LIVE MUSIC: Kyle Walz

Enjoy your evening with live music by Kyle Walz. 

Kyle is a singer-songwriter.  His performances feature popular covers mixed in with funky blues originals

 

WINE 101: An Introduction to Wine

Want to learn more about appreciating wine? 

Our Introduction to Wine Class will help you discover your palate and fine-tune your sensory abilities. Participants will improve their ability to appreciate the complexities of fine wines while also expanding their knowledge of flavors and styles. This class will be taught by Sommelier Eric Taylor and includes a sampling of six different wines – and there will be cheese! Admission is $25 per person or $40 per couple. Call or email Just A Taste today to save your seat! 

573.265.6506
justatastemo@outlook.com

LIOCO Wine Dinner

LIOCO Wine Dinner

Chef Alex and Eric have been busy putting together our next Wine Dinner. We are ecstatic to be working with the great people at LIOCO Wines from Santa Rosa, California. The menu will be rolling out shortly, but be sure to mark this in your calendars.

 

About LIOCO

LIOCO was conceived in the alley behind Spago Beverly Hills by wine director Kevin O’Connor and wine salesman Matt Licklider. The year was 2001 and the two colleagues, critical of the heavy handed wines of the day, wondered if it were possible to make some local wines that favored nuance over sheer power. In 2005, relying on nothing more than their palates and their rolodexes, the two embarked on a winemaking odyssey. Europe was the inspiration, as were the more restrained California wines of the 1980’s.

Today the winery is owned and operated by the Licklider family. Husband/wife duo Matt and Sara Licklider and their small team produce the wines at a state-of-the-art winemaking cooperative in Santa Rosa. All of the fruit is purchased from family-owned vineyards spanning 200-miles and three counties (Santa Cruz, Sonoma, and Mendocino).

The focus is on Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Carignan from sites with older vines, interesting soil, and heritage clones. Sometimes the hunt for Pinot Noir uncovers other treasures like a coastal Syrah vineyard or a rare, mid-century planting of Valdiguie. Room is made for such discoveries.
— http://www.liocowine.com/