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Join us this Thursday, the 18th, for an evening of live music; we'll be hosting Tim Veazy & Helen Highwater. Tim has toured internationally with such stars as Crystal Gayle, Rita Coolidge, Earl Thomas Conley, Billy Joe Royal and Sonny Turner of The Platters, and has shared the stage with B.J. Thomas, Felix Cavaliere, Gary Puckett, The Swinging Medallions, Sawyer Brown, Larry Gatlin, Chet Atkins, Mickey Newbury and Karla Bonoff. Helen Highwater is best known for her work as bassist/vocalist in…
Eric Solomon changed the wine world as we know it. He founded European Cellars, an import company, in 1990 and in doing so shone a light onto regions and producers that had been overlooked. He got his start in France and was one of the pioneers of Rhone and Languedoc wines; though he eventually expanded his scope to Spain. This week we will taste a snapshot of his portfolio to provide a glimpse of his ongoing legacy.
Vive la France! This week's wines, inspired by Bastille Day, commemorate the incredible and continued impact that the French have had on the wine industry. There's the obvious heavy hitters, Burgundy and Bordeaux, but here are so many smaller regions, producers, and varieties that have inspired countless producers across the globe: come see why...
It's no secret that soil has a huge impact on a wines taste. This week we'll dig into the effects that volcanic soil has on the grapes, and thus wines, produced from it. There's volcanic soil all over the planet so be prepared for six wines from wide ranging locals.
Get ready for those Fourth of July cook-outs with this Saturday's wine line-up. We'll taste a selection of whites and reds that will provide the perfect compliment to the smokey, savory grilled delights this holiday weekend has in store.
It's summer and that means rosé! Taste through six global examples of tasty pink juice from places expected and not - think Provence to Canada, Lebanon and beyond...
6/18/22; no reservation required; arrive anytime from 1:00 - 3:00pm taste six wines that are changing the way we think about "Californian Wine" $10 tasting fee waived with the purchase of $50 worth of wine
We'll be hosting Sebastian Capponi, estate manager of the historic Villa Calcinaia, to talk about their wines, vineyards, and process. Chef has created an amazing menu to pair with these special and delicious wines. 125/person plus tax & gratuity Call for reservations; 505.983.2100
6/11/22; no reservation required; arrive anytime from 1:00 - 3:00pm taste through some excellent American whiskeys and ryes plus get to see how they work in cocktails $10 tasting fee waived with the purchase of $50 worth of wine
6/4/22; no reservation required; arrive anytime from 1:00 - 3:00pm taste through six examples of some of Japan's prized rice wines $10 tasting fee waived with the purchase of $50 worth of wine
Join us for an evening of delicious food and world class wines.
Celebrate our 10 year anniversary with some tasty libations at an appealing price! We have a sale table featuring a rotation of wines and spirits at 20% off.
Join us for an Italian themed dinner featuring wines from the Wilson Daniels portfolio! 150 + tax and gratuity/per person
Join us for a fun and tasty Italian themed evening with Doug Hesselgesser and Charles Dampf of Quattro Mani Pasta. They'll be presenting a five course tasting menu complete with beverage pairings on Sunday, April 18th. 150 /person + tax & gratuity 5 courses; includes beverage pairing Tickets purchased through Quattro Mani Pasta's website: https://www.quattromanipasta.com/events
Join us Saturday, April 17th, for an afternoon of Spanish wine from the legendary importer Jose Pastor Selections. Pastor has been a driving force in the wines of "New Spain"; they focus on small production, hand-made, low-intervention wines, that speak to their terroir and the communities from which they have sprung. Their national sales rep, Chris Barnes, will join us to discuss the wines; Chef will be providing delicious snacks. Seating is limited. $25/persen 8 wines + snacks $25 off…
SEATING IS EXTREMELY LIMITED! Thursday, September 24th, 1pm The Wines: Louis Moreau Chablis, 2018 - $33 Laurent Cognard Bourgogne Blanc, 2017 - $30 Michel Magnien Coteaux Bourguignons Rouge, 2018 - $26 Domaine Capitain-Gagnerot Bourgogne Rouge, 2017 - $30 Pierre Gelin Fixin, 2017 - $53 Xavier Monnot Maranges 1er Cru Clos la Fussiere, 2017 - $48 The Food: Classic Tartiflette & Garden Green Salad potato, leek, housemade lardon, melted cheese garden greens, simple vinaigrette warm baguette, butter The Rules: $50 per person, inclusive of…
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This week Chris Barnes, General Manager at José Pastor Selections will join Brian on the patio.
We are excited to resume wine tastings at Arroyo Vino. Of course, there will be several changes to the way we handle these events given the current state of things, but they will be fun and informative as always.
Obviously, we are not able to host our Tent Events for this year. But we still want you to have wine for the summer.
Arroyo Vino Neighborhood Night Special for March 17th
Arroyo Vino Neighborhood Night Special for March 10th
We welcome Eiko Kodama, Owner and Head of International Sales & Marketing of Kodama Brewing.
Arroyo Vino Neighborhood Night Special for March 3rd
For Restaurant Week 2020, we are offering a 3-course menu that focuses on savory dishes.
Southeastern Italy has always been home to some fascinating regions.
The Russian cuisine is diverse, with Northern and Eastern European, Caucasian, Central Asian, Siberian, and East Asian influences.
Neighborhood Night Special for Tuesday February 18th
The rugged beauty at the Southern end of the African continent. Vineyards, mountains and centuries of wine making history. This week, we'll explore South Africa.
Neighborhood Night Special for Tuesday February 11th
Our continued pursuit of unlocking the relationship between vineyard and vine has led us to conduct a brand-new tasting this Saturday, and this time we’re all about Austria.
Home to beaches and mountains, East Indian cuisine's distinct character sets it apart from other areas of the country.
We aim to prove that the Central Coast is home to a plethora of nested AVAs that demonstrate the outstanding natural terroir of the Sunshine state.
A special opportunity to see Father and Son and hear about their approach to winemaking.
Celebrate Australia Day and donate to help relief and recovery from the bushfires.
The first supper club in the United States was established in Beverly Hills, California, by Milwaukee, Wisconsin native Lawrence Frank. They went on to be common throughout the country. This special Family Meal is a tribute to the classic Supper Clubs.
It’s getting increasingly harder to ignore the consternation in the wine world surrounding two separate, recently proposed tariffs.
We are starting 2020 with a new season of Family Meal. We'll begin with an Italian American Night, so gather your family around our table and enjoy.
A special chance to taste through Domaine Arlaud and Cyprien Arlaud.
There are winter drinks other than Egg Nog. We'll show you some of our favorites to warm the toes and lift the spirits.
Join us at the 2019 Arroyo Vino Holiday Tasting and sample the wines you'll be enjoying with friends and family this year.
We are excited for this year's bounty to arrive at Arroyo Vino - it's White Truffle Season.
Nebbiolo is responsible for some of the most elevated wines produced in Italy.
Historically, the wines of Mayacamas loom larger than life, thanks to a rich and storied past.
It is time to revisit one of our favorite subjects.
The state of American whiskey these days? An embarrassment of riches.
The Torres family legacy stretches back centuries.
We'll be opening a few of our favorite Sale Wines at the Tasting Table.
In time for Thanksgiving and the Holiday Season, stock up on your favorites, or let our knowledgeable staff suggest something new.
We are thrilled and excited to welcome Matteo Sardagna Einaudi, owner of Poderi Einaudi Winery to Santa Fe.
Nestled between Spain and the Atlantic Ocean, Portugal’s diversity of local wines remains largely undiscovered by the rest of the world.
Family Meal: Tapas brings some classic Spanish small dishes to your table.
How to explain the world of wine’s longstanding fascination with comparing California to Bordeaux?
Once centrally important to Italy’s political and economic life; the wellspring of Italian language, culture and art is central to the modern Italian identity.
Aaron Underwood, from acclaimed importer Kermit Lynch, will join Arroyo Vino to present a special selection of wines from the Southern Rhône.
Arroyo Vino is very excited to welcome Jason Haas from Tablas Creek Vineyards to Santa Fe for the 2019 Wine & Chile Fiesta.
Guest Chef Luncheon: Champagne & Fried Chicken with Allison Jenkins of Arroyo Vino and Champagnes from North Berkeley Imports.
Jerez - Xérès - Sherry. Most people turn up their noses at sherry, unaware that this singular style of fortified wine can deliver a range of complex and pleasurable flavors.
Burgundy occupies a unique position in the wine world.
Fueled by a string of consistently excellent vintages, Oregon’s wine industry has expanded in terms of breadth and quality.
We've a special, one-off, one seating Family Meal for the end of Summer. And it is everyone's favorite - Fried Chicken.
We continue to find new and delicious wines from Italy as well as enjoying our old favorites. Find your own new favorite.
It’s nearly impossible to condense the breadth of territories, soil types and cepages touched by the 600 miles of the Loire river.
No one can deny the vast appeal of French wine.
Cross the Equator and venture to the Southern latitudes.
The word “renaissance” has been thrown around a lot in the beverage world over the past few years, applied to everything from craft beer to rye whiskey. And in keeping with all recent renaissances, the world of cider has gotten much more diverse and experimental.
What if there was a wine in New Mexico that not only tasted good but tasted well crafted, honest and real?
Jon Bonné has written many things about the world of wine. His book 'The New California Wine' explores the up and coming winemakers and the excitement they bring to what's in the bottle. This has inspired us to look at the people who are challenging the notions of what New World Wine is supposed to taste like.
Explore the Iberian Penisula through wine.
Warm melodies, rich harmonies and heartwarming rhythms. The Poor Clares are a trio of musical friends committed to crafting original songs into familiar favorites. Classic Americana finds a new voice in Santa Fe.
Warm melodies, rich harmonies and heartwarming rhythms. The Poor Clares are a trio of musical friends committed to crafting original songs into familiar favorites. Classic americana finds a new voice in Santa Fe.
Some of the most sought after whiskies come from the Sazerac Company and the Buffalo Trace Distillery.
The Arroyo Vino Patio opens as we welcome The Scones back to Arroyo Vino.
The 8th Annual Arroyo Vino Rosé Extravaganza is here.
Don the Beachcomber, Trader Vic's - 2 of the original establishments that made 'Tiki' drinks famous. Let's explore why.
A pintxo is a small snack, typically eaten in bars, traditional in northern Spain
Summer is approaching. It's Memorial Day Weekend. Our May Sale continues.
The humble influence of juniper when it is not drifting across Northern New Mexico.
Since ancient times, the Rhône Valley has been a hub of wine culture.
Campania, like many Italian regions, is home an impressive array of grape varieties, some of which are found almost nowhere else on earth.
The effect of Terroir starts below ground. We continue our focus on what's below the vines by looking at Limestone.
Kitchen Angels is holding its 21st annual fundraising event, Angel’s Dine Out, at restaurants around Santa Fe. On Thursday, April 25th, we will be contributing 25% of your bill to Kitchen Angels.
The Cradle of Democracy is now one of the hottest wine regions - the New Old World.
The epitome of the Mediterranean Cuisine, Greece offers more than a Greek Salad.
From its humble and murky origins in 5th century Ireland, the world of whisky has expanded to broad and far-reaching heights, from the UK to Japan to America.
Influenced over the centuries by interactions and exchange due to location, Moroccan cuisine is instantly recognizable.