Coravin's World’s Largest Virtual Wine Tasting

Looking for Friday night plans? Pour a glass of your favorite wine and join Coravin’s quest to host the World’s Largest Virtual Wine Tasting, today, April 17 at 4 pm EDT on Facebook Live ! During these difficult times, Coravin’s mission is to unite people across the globe through their shared passion for wine. Join Greg Lambrecht, Coravin founder and inventor, and the following special guest hosts on a virtual wine adventure. You may even have a chance to win a new Coravin System with SmartClamps™. Join the fun and support the cause! For every Facebook Live participant, Coravin will donate $20 to the James Beard Foundation Food & Beverage Industry Relief Fund*, an organization bringing swift COVID-19 economic relief to independent food and beverage businesses in need. The event will be in English. If you're in need of a Coravin Wine System, order one today here . We have partnered with Coravin to offer Delectable users** the world's best deal on the Coravin Model Two Elite Pro at $199.95, 50% off the usual price of $399.95. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Guests include: Greg Lambrecht (Coravin Founder and Inventor), Federico Ceretto (Co-Owner Ceretto Wines), Peter Granoff (Master Sommelier, Wine Educator, Speaker, Entrepreneur, Co-Proprietor of Ferry Plaza Wine Merchant & Wine Bar), Veronique Sanders (President & CEO Chateau Haut-Bailly), Dave McIntyre (Wine Writer for the Washington Post), Lucas Paya (DipWSET, Wine Consultant, US Brand Educator for The House of Lustau, Former Head Sommelier at elBulli), and Andrea Robinson (Master Sommelier, James Beard Award Winner, Wine Educator, Media Contributor). Whether you plan to taste along with Coravin’s special guest hosts or want to add some beautiful bottles to your wine collection, check out the complete assortment of wines that will be featured in today's #LargestVirtualTasting event: White Wine Selections: 1. 2018 Unti Vineyards Fiano (Sonoma, California) 2. 2016 Smith-Madrone Chardonnay (Napa Valley, California) 3. NV Lustau Almacenista G. Obregón Fino Del Puerto Palomino Fino (Jerez, Spain) 4. 2019 Ceretto Monsordo Bianco Langhe DOC (Langhe-Piedmont, Italy) 5. 2018 Early Mountain Vineyards Petit Manseng (Virginia, USA) 6. 2018 Oakridge Willowlake Chardonnay (Yarra Valley, Australia) 7. 2010 L’Extravagant de Doisy Daëne (Bordeaux, France) Red Wine Selections: 1. 2016 Big Cork Vineyards Petit Verdot Reserve (Maryland, USA) 2. 2018 Wonderwall Syrah (Central Coast, California) 3. 2018 Brown Estate “Chaos Theory” Red Blend (Napa Valley, California) 4. 2015 Clonakilla Shiraz Viognier (Canberra District, Australia) 5. 2015 Ceretto Barolo Brunate DOCG (Lange-Piedmont, Italy) 6. 2007 Château Haut-Brion (Bordeaux, France) 7. 1994 Vega Sicilia Único Tempranillo Blend (Ribera Del Duero, Spain) *For every Facebook Live participant, Coravin will donate $20 to the James Beard Foundation Food & Beverage Industry Relief Fund, up to $50,000 USD. **The Coravin Wine System can be shipped to addresses in the United States only.

Emilio Lustau

Almacenista José Luis González Obregon Fino del Puerto Palomino Fino

Delicate, though savory and saline, interesting with lots of flavors mingling, a great food wine. As you would expect, pairs very well with tapas like Jamon Serrano, almonds and olives — 4 years ago

Bodegas y Viñedos Vega Sicilia

Unico Ribera del Duero Tempranillo Blend 1994

Also showing extremely young but the classy lines are evident. Deep, dense and powerful with a mollifying cushion of silky welcoming dark fruit. — a year ago

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Evan Bienstock

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Nice use of “mollifying” @Bill Bender 😜
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English minor @Evan Bienstock I have to utilize the fancy words on occasion

Early Mountain

Petit Manseng 2018

A surprising little white and another pick-up from today’s trip. This will pair great with a Thai green curry. — 4 months ago

Château Haut-Brion

Pessac-Léognan Red Bordeaux Blend 2007

Still a little tight but opened up a lot over an hour. Super aromatic and rich, with bodacious red and black cherries, eucalyptus, dried tobacco, leather, immense finish and depth. — 5 years ago

Wonderwall (Margaret River)

Syrah

Awesome style. Dry with spice box, cigar humidor, cedar closet. Rhône-style. What a gem! — 8 months ago

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Clonakilla

Canberra District Shiraz Viognier 2015

A masculine showing of this wine today, vintage traits perhaps?
Generally known as a vibrant and balanced wine but today a little heavy handed.
How amazing is wine!?
— 2 months ago

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