Alert: This event is postponed, a new date will be announced soon. THANK YOU for your interest.
Is quality wine on your must-have list?
Slow Food South Bay presents a Slow Sip:
“Organic & Biodynamic Farm Winemaking,”
by Eric Pooler, Director of Winegrowing
Boisset Collection, DeLoach Vineyards
It all starts with the soil/dirt, so Eric will bring some of his ….come feel it, smell it, get to know it.
Oct. 28, Wednesday, 7pm – 8:30pm
CooperVino Wine Bar, Cupertino
7-7:30pm Reception with bubbly and light appetizers, talk with Eric, the owner/staff of CooperVino, and other Slow Food fans.
7:30-8:30pm Wine tasting and casual classroom presentation; commitment and history of conversion to Organic, Sustainable, Biodynamic Farming, as it pertains to winemaking techniques. Hands-on demonstrations: soil/dirt, varietal grape samples, tasting of three wines paired with cheese, fruit, nuts, herbs.
$25/person – (payment link will be provided when the new date is selected)
Includes: tax, and $5 per ticket contribution to Slow Food South Bay.
Does not include gratuity for the staff at CooperVino.
Do you want quality wine for your holiday celebrations and gifts?
DeLoach and CooperVino will have items for sale, AND! both will have a raffle /drawing for wine, wine tastings, and wine-related items and services.
Max: 40 people
This event is confirmed, and open to the public.
CooperVino has a short –but excellent– dinner menu. My favorite is their Stacked Grilled Eggplant Polenta w/smoked mozzarella and vodka tomato sauce! They will extend their “Happy Hour menu” until 7pm for our group (normally, it ends at 6pm).
About DeLoach Vineyards:
“…In July 2008 we were awarded our organic certification by the CCOF (California Certified Organic Farmers). We also committed ourselves to the application of biodynamics, beginning with the conversion of 17 acres of estate vineyards from sustainable to biodynamic farming methods, which involves the use of cover crops, the application of biodynamic specific preparations and composts, and the maintenance of biodiversity within the estate. In December 2009, Demeter granted us our biodynamic certification for both our estate vineyards and 1-acre garden. …”
7 Commandments in Sustainability
DeLoach Vineyards created its own set of rules for sustainable winemaking, vineyard to vessel.
1 Invest in renewable energy
2 Recycle cork
3 Conserve water
4 Feed thy neighbor
5 Teach the willing
6 Share a barrel
7 Prioritize reuse
See full descriptions of each commandment here:
About CooperVino Wine Bar (Silicon Valley’s newest wine bar)
19800 Vallco Parkway #130, Cupertino, CA 95014
Focusing on the smallest of details to create an inviting and relaxing environment and designing a wine and beer list and menu of small plates, artisan cheese platters, and decadent dessertsall made for sharing.. we invite you to join us and be part of this unique experience. …Special events, wine pairing dinners and classes are offered weekly in our 14-seat Barrel Room. Our retail shop carries wines, beers, and related items from around the world, as well as those from local producers.
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