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Wine Themes Line Up 2023



July | ITALY


September | AUSTRIA

October | GREECE

November | PORTUGAL

December | GERMANY

Albariza is the Spanish local name for the piercing white chalky limestone soils in Southwestern Spain where sherry is made. It is also found in some of the best wine regions in the world***! For me, the name Albariza represents my excitement; to give you easy access to some really interesting as well as awesomely classic wines from all over. I seek out wineries that are small production, farming with respect, most likely organic and/or bio-dynamically certified, and make wines with a more hands-on approach, with little to no additives (a little sulfur is alright in my book). 

***some of the best wine growing regions of the world that have this soil type include: Champagne, Chablis, Sancerre, Jura, Rhone, Tuscany, Sardinia, Veneto, Mendoza, & Paso Robles!

<< Emily is a certified sommelier through the Court of Masters, trained under one of the best somms here in Portland, OR and was the wine director for a popular Spanish restaurant for 2 years. She worked in Willamette Valley for a highly reputable winery for 3 years and decided to get back into the world of wine by starting her own wine club out of her husband's butcher shop, Proletariat Butchery. >>