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It’s the end of the year, no…..the end of the DECADE. We’re going out in style, and we want you to celebrate with us: the final Flight Night of 2019 is tonight, and we’ve saved the most popular wines of the year for last. These wines will be available for two weeks, so you’ve got plenty of time to enjoy them during this beautiful holiday season. We wish you and yours a very happy holiday, and healthy and prosperous 2020!

This Flight Night begins on Wednesday, December 18th, and the wines and their tapas will be available through December 31st.

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First, SOHO will pour a Crossbarn Pinot Noir 2017 from Sonoma County.  The winemaker offers,

“Deep purple in color, the wine opens with fresh aromatics of violets, cinnamon spice, orange zest and strawberry jam. The palate is vibrant and rich, with juicy wild berry, baked rhubarb, and baking spice that’s surrounded by velvety tannins. Mouthwatering acidity and attractive mineral notes lead to a long, energetic finish.”

Next, SOHO will pour a Tres Sabores “¿Porque No?” 2014 from Napa Valley. The wine is described by the winemaker,

“Fresh fruit aromas of dark fruits & chocolate. A full-bodied ‘party in a glass’ with blackcherries, and holiday spices.”

Finally, SOHO will pour a Alasia Barolo D.O.C.G. 2014 from Barolo, Piedmont. Notes on the wine,

“Color is ruby red with garnet hints. Aroma is dark plum, leather and delicate violet aromas. Palate is a full, firm and ripe red with rich, powerful flavours. All balanced by ripe tannins, complex savoury notes and a long finish.”

SOHO’s Executive Chef Joey Zelinka has created a suggested tapa plate to pair with each of the wines!

Crossbarn Pinot Noir 2017
100% Pinot Noir
Paired with: Finochionna and Arugula Flatbread, Reggianito, Lemon

Tres Sabores “¿Porque No?” 2014
Zinfandel, Petite Sirah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot
Paired with: Mushroom and Rice Croquette, Sherry-Mushroom Sauce

Alasia Barolo D.O.C.G. 2014
100% Nebbiolo
Paired with: Duck Confit Poutine

Sample each wine in a flight (three three-ounce glasses) for $14.75. Or, pair the flight with a tapa plate for $19.50. Try a full glass of wine and tapa plate for $14. Of course, the wines and tapas are available individually as well ($9.75/glass and $6.75/tapas)

Can’t make it to Flight Night on Wednesday? No worries! While our pairings debut on Wednesdays, they’re available through the following Tuesday, so you have all week to catch up on the featured wines and tapas.

We can’t wait to see you!