The year a wine was produced can dramatically increase its value, especially if it came from an era when bottles were still made from leopard pelt. Taste the past with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for two glasses of wine (up to a $10 value each) and two small plates (up to a $10 value each; up to a $40 total value)
- $39 for four glasses of wine (up to a $10 value each) and four small plates (up to a $10 value each; up to an $80 total value)
Glasses are filled with Revolution's current selection of red and white wines, while small plate options from this menu include selections such as beet carpaccio with seasonal greens, stone fruit, and goat cheese mousse. Many of the ingredients are locally acquired, and some of the dishes are made with raw products.
Revolution Wine's skilled staffers give each batch of their hand-crafted red, white, and port wines a full body and lush feel. And while heavy machinery and wooden barrels help do the hard work of converting these wine grapes into libations, it's the winemakers who pour a little bit of love into each batch. In the winery's kitchen, a dedicated team of chefs churns out a menu of seasonal bistro food made from local and fresh ingredients. Small artisan plates of French cheese, mixed nuts, and savory bruschetta offer a lighter dining path, while larger entrees of housemade pasta and pork belly sandwiches with cheddar jalapeno biscuits present heartier fare. Revolutions Wines also offers a wine club that gifts members with limited-edition wines and grants access to the first sniff when each new barrel is opened.
The staff are very friendly and accommodating and answered all our questions.Jessica S., Yelp, 6/15/12
If you like red wine, I do recommend the Syrah from Dry Creek Valley. It's light, yet not too light, with a fruit-forward finishDanielle O., Yelp, 9/20/12