Wines are often named for their region of origin, such as Burgundy, Bordeaux, or Tightly Sealed Bin on Windowsill. Send taste buds traveling with this Groupon.
$49 for a Wine and Chocolate Pairing for Two (Up to $118 Value)
- Wine and chocolate pairing for two (a $98 value)
- Bottle of wine to take home (up to a $12 value)
A certified sommelier briefly details tasting techniques before guests sample six varieties of wine alongside six international chocolates. Kevin Roblee of Kokku Chocolate tells the story of single-origin beans while serving up chocolate fondue or chocolate truffles. See the event schedule for tasting times and reservations page.
Life's A Cabernet
What was supposed to be a vacation to Napa changed Christopher Libby’s life. Visiting California's thriving vineyards made him realize that life was too short to dislike his career, so he quit his job. He then enrolled in school, became an executive sommelier, and beat Liza Minnelli in a game of Rock, Paper, Scissors to win the right to name his wine shop Life’s A Cabernet. Inside, floor-to-ceiling cubbies highlight Libby's main fare—500 unique bottles of wine—though his shelves also display a collection of 75 craft beers, small-batch scotch and whisky, and handcrafted gin and tequila. In the spirit of wine appreciation, Christopher leads a club through which members receive a bottle of wine each month that he chooses, often a white, red, or bubbly vintage that pairs with the seasons.
“Good wine with helpful staff. I will go back again.”
“Had a good beer selection and a nice variety of wine. Expand the beer selection as that is where the market seems to be headed. Also, people need more cheap options...”
“Had a good beer selection and a nice variety of wine. Expand the beer selection as that is where the market seems to be headed. Also, people need more cheap options for wine - under $10 section would be nice.”