MAMMA MIA! Taste 8 Greek wines at Jaynes this Mother’s Day
Looking for something special to do on Mother’s Day? Mamma mia!
Taste 8 Greek wines with Jaynes Gastropub’s favorite wine blogger, Jeremy Parzen, Ph.D.
Sunday, May 9
$15 per person
4677 30th Street @ Adams
Do you know your Moschofilero (MOHS-koh-FEE-leh-roh) from your Xinomavro (zee-NOH-mah-vroh)? There is no wine in the world that can transport you to the mysteries and beauty of Greece like her delicious wines. Come explore the lip-smacking, food-friendly flavors and aromas of Greek wines at Jaynes this Sunday, with 8 wines by the Boutari family of Greek wineries.
The Boutari estate group is the oldest winery in Greece and was the first to bottle, label, and ship the noble Xinomavro grape — the savory red grape of Greece — after Greece won its independence from the Ottoman empire in the nineteenth century. Today, its Moschofilero is the country’s most popular white wine and its Naoussa, made from Xinomavro, regularly wins high praise from European and American wine critics alike.
Mamma mia! Treat mom to a voyage to Greece in a glass, this Mother’s Day at Jaynes.
8 wines from 6 different Greek wineries.