Whisk wine

Not recommending you actually whisk your wine, just saying you should enjoy a bit of wine at Whisk.

Whisk (2100 E Main Street) is already known as croissant town but now the wine train has pulled into the station. This means more wonderful tastes for your mouth and conversations that are 75% (your wine mileage may vary) more interesting.

Here is the formal announcement

The new Spring wines are in at Whisk! That means bubbles, rosé, and lighter reds! To introduce the new menu, Whisk will host two tastings in April and May.

Sip wine on the patio on April 28th from 5:00 to 6:30 pm with Certified Wine Specialist Genevylen Steele. Each of the three wines selected for the evening will be paired with bites from our menu.

Samples will include:

  • Caves Messias, Vinho Verde (NV)
  • La Jara Sparkling Rose Brut (2010)
  • DFJ Vinhos, Alta Corte Lisboa Tinto (2012)
  • Bonnyclabber Cheese Co.’s goat cheese on a freshly made toasted baguette
  • Salami & Pesto Croissants
  • Gougeres
  • And more!

Tickets are $10 per person until 4/28 and $15 day­ of, and they are available here: Tickets. (Eventbrite adds $1.54) Or buy them in­store any time between now and April 28th and skip the Eventbrite fees and get a free cup of coffee just for stopping by!

May’s tasting is all about the bubbly! We’ll feature a Make­Your­Own Mimosa Bar, plus bites of Whisk’s signature Spring croissants, Almond Berry, and Caramelized Onion & Fontina, between 10:00 and 11:30 on May 15. Tickets will become available next month, online or in the store.

Image: Whisk Facebook

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Richard Hayes

When Richard isn’t rounding up neighborhood news, he’s likely watching soccer or chasing down the latest and greatest craft beer.

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