Bev Mo and Total Wine have nothing on Charlie Palmer this weekend. Serving artisan cheese and offering pours of roughly 40 different bottles on sale in a relaxed (read: at no cost) environment is the perfect way to unwind after an afternoon of South Coast Plaza therapy--and even better if you're actually looking to add to your collection.
In fact, this soiree occurs every two months, but we only caught wind of this last week over lunch. If 25% off the retail pricing at Next Vintage Wine Shop has got your attention, keep reading.
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Occurring from 3:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m., there will be three tasting stations to choose from, varying from whites to full-bodied reds. You may find a few more rose hues for sale, but that's due to their spring releases, according to Danny Prosser, Charlie Palmer's wine director.
We're spying the Silver Oak Cabernet, normally $69, reduced to $51.75, and a German Riesling marked down to below $15. Talk about recession-friendly. And by the time you're done sampling the goods, it'll be dinner and you'll be ready for your entree.