Just the Vines Tonight

Vive la France! Join us for our second Just the Vines event tonight, October 26, 7:30 pm-9:30 pm, Student Orgs room. We’re serving these delicious award-winning wines from France.


2016 Commanderie de Peyrassol Rosé (Provence):
Enjoy one last rosé before the fall chill sets in. This wine tastes like wildberries, particularly gooseberry and raspberry, and has a crisp, silky palate with a touch of minerality. It comes from the classic rosé-making region Provence, from a vineyard that surrounds a commanderie or a medieval fortress.


2015 M de Mulonnière Chenin Blanc (Loire Valley):
This chenin blanc is plump and friendly, with bright ginger, quince and yellow apple flavors, with an engaging acidity that drives the finish along. The grapes are grown at Château de la Mulonnière, a historic wine estate founded in 1860, located in the Loire Valley famous for the castles of France’s bygone royalty.


2015 Domaine de Beaurenard Châteauneuf-du-Pape (Rhône Valley):
This wildly highly rated and expensive red blend is from Châteauneuf-du-Pape, a historic village between the towns of Orange and Avignon. Grenache dominates this blend, but it includes all grapes allowed under the “Côtes du Rhône” appellation – a French wine distinction – including Syrah, Cinsault, Carignane, Counoise and Mourvèdre. With notes of smoke, earth, fennel and sweet, red fruits, the wine serves up its juicy, cherry center with ease.

2011 Château du Vieux-Guinot Saint-Émilion (Bordeaux):
This family-owned vineyard has produced a ripe, smooth wine that is powerful and densely tannic. It is full of black plum flavors, a dark structure and hints of the wood aging. It has the appellation of a “grand cru” from Saint-Émilion, meaning that it is a higher-quality wine from this region.

2013 Chateau de Caladroy Cuvée Les Schistes (Languedoc-Roussillon):
This is a red blend made from Syrah, Grenache, and Mourvèdre grapes. Dry, medium-bodied, with plum, chocolate, cherry, and smoky spice notes, and a complex finish. This wine has the appellation “Cotes du Roussillon Villages,” which is a French wine distinction for higher-quality red wines from the Roussillon region in southern France.

Greetings from In Vino Veritas

Interested in joining In Vino Veritas for the 2017-18 school year? Here’s how:

  •  Via Venmo right now! See below.
  •  MTW 9/18-20, 12-1 pm @ the sign-up table by Lower Hark ramp. You can pay by check, cash, or Venmo.

Membership Levels:

  1. “Whole Vineyard” membership includes 8 social tasting events AND 4+ special events with presentations from winemakers, distributors, and other wine industry leaders. These additional events are more personal and educational, and we continue to consider them the core of In Vino and well worth the extra money. Previous Whole Vineyards events have included a tasting curated by Napa Valley winemaker Joseph Carr. If you want to learn about wine while tasting some of the best the world has to offer, this is the place for you.
  2. “Just the Vines” members will enjoy 8 social tasting events, each with at least 6 different wines from around the globe to compare and savor. Explore new wines, taste as much as you like, catch up with old/new friends, and relax.

Paying Right Now via Venmo:

You can SIGN UP RIGHT NOW and not have to worry about writing a check or bringing cash. The process is simple:

  1. Venmo the appropriate amount ($100 for Just the Vines or $180 for Whole Vineyard) to In Vino Veritas HLS @invinoHLS.
  2. In the comment to your payment write your full name and email address.

We look forward to an awesome year!