Entries by theoconeecellar

Master’s Week Hours

Master’s Week Hours Monday April 3 10:00 – 9:00 pm Tuesday April 4 10:00 – 9:00 pm Wednesday April 5 10:00 – 9:00 pm Thursday April 6 10:00 – 9:00 pm Friday April 7 10:00 – 9:00 pm Saturday April 8 10:00 – 9:00 pm Sunday April 9 12:30 -6:00 pm

November 2016 Wine Club Selections

Oconee Wine Club This month we chose two wines from Chateau Clinet, one of the best Chateaus in all of Bordeaux.  Their Ronan line is meant for everyday drinking.  Ronan by Clinet is an approachable wine that reflects the style and savoir-faire of a prestigious Pomerol winery. It is a fresh, fruit-forward and delicately spiced […]

May 2016 Wine Club Selections

Oconee Wine Club May 2016 Two of Italy’s most acclaimed winemakers, brothers Riccardo and Renzo Cotarella, founded Falesco in 1979. Their philosophy is focused on balancing the uniqueness and tradition of native varietals with the versatility of international grapes. The result is a complete portfolio of wines that consumers and critics alike have recognized as […]

April Wine Club 2016

Oconee Wine Club Selections Both wines this month come from the Alamos winery located in the Mendoza region of Argentina.  The renowned Catena family began making Alamos in 1993. Its name is derived from the poplar trees that line the high altitude vineyards of Mendoza, Argentina (Alamos means “poplar” in Spanish) and protect the vineyards […]

February Wine Club Selections 2016

February 2016 Michel Gassier Wines With encyclopedic knowledge of the wines and terroirs of the Rhône as well as his native Costieres de Nîmes, Michel Gassier is a restless and innovative vigneron. Usually inquisitive personalities like Michel start as outsiders, enfants terribles, iconoclasts. Such is not the case with Michel, whose family has been growing […]

January Wine Club Selections 2016

January 2016 Oconee Wine Club Tournon Winery by Michel Chapoutier In 1997, true to his pioneering spirit, Michel Chapoutier set out to explore the terroirs of the oldest continent. He wanted to meet people, people like him with a passionate interest in bringing out the true character of vines. A matter of convictions, too, prompting […]