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March 2018

Educational Seminar: Fancy for French?

March 27 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Are you more of a Rosé, Champagne or Pinot drinker? You can figure it out at this Educational Seminar where we will be trying a variety of each!
The Rosé is one of the oldest known types of wine, made from a variety of grapes and can be found all around the world. Those featured will be from Chateau d’Esclans – located just northwest of the ancient Roman City of Frejus on the Mediterranean coast.
The Champagne is a wonderful blend of

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April 2018

Educational Seminar: Ferrari-Carano

April 3 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Founded in 1981, Ferrari-Carano, located in Sonoma County’s Dry Creek Valley, is the dream and hard work of Don and Rhonda Carano. Ferrari-Cyrano has been a leading  producer of world-class, nationally-acclaimed wines. The wines exhibit a remarkable consistency of style and elegance. Don and Rhonda’s uncompromising commitment to quality and excellence is a reflection of their desire to produce memorable wines that enhance the pleasures of gracious entertainment!
The evening’s featured wines:

Fumé Blanc

Sonoma Chardonnay

Anderson Valley Pinot Noir

Siena (90 points) 

Cabernet Sauvignon


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Nashville Predators – Wine Festival & Tasting

April 5 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Cool Springs Wines & Spirits is a proud sponsor of the Nashville Predators Foundation 13th Annual Wine Festival & Tasting!
Join us to sample over 250 higher end wines, spirits & beer, enjoy delicious culinary creations from local restaurants, get your photo with GNASH and bid on exclusive silent auction packages. The event will take place on April 5, 2018, over the ice at Bridgestone Arena.
For an exclusive tasting, purchase tickets to the VIP Dinner & Tasting in the Patron Platinum Club.

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Educational Seminar: Merriman Wines

April 24 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Mike Merriman joined in the Beer Revolution in his home state of Texas in 1993 and began brewing in earnest. This love of beverage culminated in a trip to Corvallis, Oregon, to attend a fermentation science course in 1997. On a field trip to the professor’s house, Mike was introduced to home winemaking and backyard viticulture. With his interest piqued, he joined his friends in Oregon for harvests starting in 1998, and became hooked on the Willamette Valley wine scene.

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