Taste Napa Fav Lewis Cellars Wines for Free at Sigels on Tuesday, January 17
Yes, I’ll admit it: I’m a fan of Lewis Cellars’ wines, especially their silky smooth, luscious Cabernets. Jasper Russo of Sigels writes to tell us that Randy Lewis, ex-Indy car driver and co-owner of Lewis Cellars, will be hanging around Sigels-Greenville on Tuesday, January 17 from 5-7 pm. There, he’ll be leading a FREE tasting of his 2009 Cabernet, and 2010 Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc releases.
If you buy a bottle, he’ll sign it.
Russo quotes Wine Spectator thusly:
“Since founding Lewis Cellars in 1994, the Lewises have driven it to the front of the pack. Of the 63 Lewis wines reviewed over the years by Wine Spectator (running the gamut from Cabernet and Chardonnay to Merlot, Syrah, and blends, including varietal Reserve bottlings and the Cabernet-based Bordeaux-style red Cuvee L) 51 have earned ratings of 90 or more points on the 100-point scale (and 61 of the 63 have scored 88 points or higher). It’s a record of excellence that few California wineries can rival. The couple has steadily mastered the arts of winemaking and marketing, turning Lewis Cellars into one of the superstar labels of Napa Valley. For their quality, they are some of the best-priced wines in Napa today.” –The Wine Spectator
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Sigel’s-Greenville (5757 Greenville Avenue), Tuesday, January 17th5-7pm