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Sips of Eataly

Sips of Eataly

At Eataly, we believe the more you know, the more you enjoy! Join us for Sips of Eataly, our series of complimentary wine, beer, and spirit tastings in our wine shop. 

Get to know representatives of the featured distilleries, wineries, and more, who will be in our wine shop to chat about their products and offer complimentary sips. From unique regional Italians wines to a bittersweet amari, taste something new from Italy with us!

UPCOMING SIPS OF EATALY

Explore the calendar of complimentary tasting events at The Wine Shop below.

Wednesday, June 5, 12 – 6 p.m. 
Wines of Umbria

Also known as the “Green Heart of Italy,” Umbria boasts untouched landscapes in its verdant hills, mountains, and valleys. Taking advantage of Mother Nature, Umbria produces a variety of authentic genuine wine. Try the Arnaldo Caprai Grechetto Grecante and Tenuta Lunelli Montefalco Rosso Ziggurat.

Saturday, June 8, 3 – 5 p.m.
Canella

Canella Bellini was first bottled in 1988 to be enjoyed by all. Made with natural ingredients grown in the Venetian countryside, the perfected recipes of Canella showcase natural sugars and sweet aromas of fresh fruit. Try Canella Bellini and the new Canella Blood Orange Mimosa.

Wednesday, June 12, 12 – 6 p.m.
Wines of Sangiovese

Sangiovese, the most widely planted grape in Italy, is known for producing full-bodied red wines like Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino, and Super Tuscans. The unique features of Sangiovese grapes create drastic differences between the wines they produce. Discover Sangiovese wines with La Spinetta Il Rosè di Casanova and La Braccesca Vino Nobile di Montepulciano.

Saturday, June 15, 3 – 5 p.m
Canella

Canella Bellini was first bottled in 1988 to be enjoyed by all. Made with natural ingredients grown in the Venetian countryside, the perfected recipes of Canella showcase natural sugars and sweet aromas of fresh fruit. Try Canella Bellini and the new Canella Blood Orange Mimosa.

Wednesday, June 19, 12 – 6 p.m.
Wines of Le Vigne di Zamò

The Zamò family started producing wine in the 1970s in the Colli Orientali del Friuli area in Friuli-Venezia Giulia. Le Vigne di Zamò produces a large range of wines, using both traditional and international varieties, as is the way in this part of Italy. We invite you try both a white and red with the Le Vigne di Zamò Ribolla Gialla and Le Vigne di Zamò Refosco.

Saturday, June 22, 3 – 6 p.m.
MALFY Gin

Tracing back to gin created on the Salerno Coast of Italy in the 11th Century, MALFY Gin was established in 1906 and has remained a long-standing favorite. To create each batch, Torino Distillati, a small, family-owned distillery in Moncalieri near Torino in Piemonte, uses lemons from the Amalfi Coast, infusing their gin with a fresh, zesty, and “summery” taste.

Wednesday, June 26, 12 – 6 p.m.
Wines of Abruzzo

When it comes to wine, Abruzzo is one of Italy’s best-kept secrets. Located in central Italy just south of Umbria, the region offers a rich, mountainous terrain bordered by the Adriatic sea, making the region ideal for producing wine. While there are several wines hailing from Abruzzo, we invite you to try Valori Pecorino and Valle Reale Montepulciano d’Abruzzo Popoli.

Saturday, June 29, 3 – 5 p.m.
Amari - Aperol and Campari

Explore the brightly-colored Italian aperitifs, Aperol and Campari, and discover the differences between the two. When comparing these timeless classics, Aperol is a lighter spirit offering a sweeter flavor most closely associated with zesty orange, rhubarb, herbs and roots while Campari is more on the bitter side with earthy, aromatic flavors such as cherry, cascarilla, clove, cinnamon and orange peel. Try the classic Aperol Spritz and Campari with soda.

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No need to register for these events; simply stop our tasting table in The Wine Shop to take part!