Thursday, August 30, 2012

Need Help Picking Out Wine for the Labor Day Feast?

Posted By on Thu, Aug 30, 2012 at 12:30 PM

As part of my ongoing effort to make sure Tucson Weekly readers have the best Labor Day cookout/meal ever, I direct you to a series of wine tastings starting today, Thursday, Aug. 30, and ending Saturday, Sept. 1.

The action goes down from 4 to 8 p.m. at Cata Vinos at 3063 N. Alvernon Way. The focus will be on wines to complement the Labor Day repast. From the CataVinos website:


If you cant beat 'em join 'em is what they say. So it's hot. Instead of whipping yourself into a frenzy let's find a way to enjoy it all and this Labor Day Weekend. How about a BBQ with some big bold flavors and some wine to match? How about a relaxing stint at the patio and a refreshing wine to cool you down after a long day at work? Or hanging out with friends at the pool? Whatever you plan to do this holiday these wines are great crowd-pleasers and if not already some of your favorites they are poised to become your favorites for a long time to come. Chill out with us and enjoy some great wines that are designed for a Tucson BBQ.

The cost is $10, which buys you tastes of six wines. If you spend $10 on wine, the tasting is $8. If you buy a case, the tasting is free. More over here.

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