Robert Parker: “some of the most rewarding wines of California.” Wine Dinner with Wild Horse winemaker Clay Brock
Limited availability. PLEASE CALL (512) 349-7667 ASAP TO RESERVE!
Revered wine critic Robert Parker, Jr., editor of Wine Advocate, has called the wines of Wild Horse “some of the most rewarding wines of California…. a wizard when it comes to capturing the fruit.”
On Friday, February 15, 2013, Wild Horse winemaker Clay Brock will be joining us for an exclusive tasting and pairing of these coveted wines.
Seating for this event is EXTREMELY limited. Please call (512) 349-7667 asap to reserve.
Here’s a brief history of the winery, as told on its website.
We made our first wine in a plastic tub. Stirred it with a baseball bat. It was a senior project at Cal Poly that very quickly became a reason to be.
In 1981, we bought the winery’s first vineyard and two years later released our first two wines: a Pinot Noir and a Cabernet Sauvignon. Our unconventional roots made it possible for us to become who we are today — the leading luxury winery on California’s Central Coast.
We named the winery Wild Horse as a tribute to the herds of mustangs that once roamed the hills above the vineyards. And quite possibly we also had in mind the Cal Poly mascot — a galloping horse.
DON’T MISS THIS RARE OPPORTUNITY TO TASTE THESE EXTRAORDINARY WINES WITH WINEMAKER CLAY BROCK ON FEB. 15!
with winemaker Clay Brock
February 15, 2013
$75 per person
(not including tax and gratuity)
PLEASE CALL (512) 349-7667 TO RESERVE ASAP!