Cathy Corison is one of the Guys' favorite winemakers in California. She makes some of the most elegant and age-worthy cabernet sauvignon in all of California. She also makes some very unusual and delicious gewurztraminer from the Anderson Valley. She joins the Guys to talk about her wines, wine in general, and Meditrinia, an event in which she is participating in New York City on Wednesday, March 8th.
Meditrinia will be a tasting of some extraordinary wines. It will benefit Women for Winesense and you will be able to taste some very rare and highly sought-after wines all made by some of the hottest winemakers in the world (who happen to be women)! The cost? $30! Cathy will be bringing her '94 cabernet among other wines by Selene, Chase Family, Domaine Serene, Cairnbrae, Catarina Dei, Darting and so many others. $30 wouldn't buy you a glass of any of these wines, so this is a no-brainer. Plus, you can meet Cathy and the Guys, who will also be in attendance.
This is an event not to be missed!
When: Wednesday, March 8, 2006 7:00-9:30pm
Where: Salon, 505 West Street (corner of Jane St.), New York
Tickets: $30 each; by phone at 212-462-4244; in advance from Chelsea Wine Vault (75 Ninth Ave., between 15th & 16th Streets), or at Salon on the night of the event.
Co-sponsored by Michael Skurnik Wines, Salon, Chelsea Wine Vault, and Fresh Restaurant.
Podcast Date: 3/6/2006