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What You'll Get
The human palate can make very subtle distinctions, from finding floral notes in a pinot noir to determining the exact value of a rare stamp. Lick your thirst with this Groupon.
$39 for a "Vino with Amigos" In-Home Wine Tasting for Up to 12 (Up to $300 Value)
During Vino with Amigos events, Becky and Ramon of Vino Latino USA bring four wines from four Latino-owned wineries to the homes of Bay-area oenophiles. Full of information about tasting small-batch wines, the pair helps up to 12 partygoers learn to discern the subtle flavors and accents of vintages featured in their wine club. With enough notice, the pair can also tailor their selections to any food that hosts plan on serving.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required. 24-hr cancellation notice required. Must be 21 or older. Valid for San Francisco, Marin County, Napa/Sonoma County, Contra Costa, Alameda, San Mateo, and Santa Clara. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Small Lots Big Wines
Becky Tyner and Ramon Sandoval came from different worlds. She was a professional in the bustling corporate wine industry, while he, like any dyed-in-the-wool Mexican American, was a confirmed beer and tequila man. Their first date was a wine-tasting excursion in Napa and Sonoma, one that followed with many romantic dinners over fragrant varietals. With this new exposure to the world of wine, Ramon eventually wondered why there weren't any wineries owned by Latinos. Becky knew better—she soon introduced Ramon to the nation's rich population of Latino-owned wineries, from Ceja Vineyards to Robledo Family Winery. Today, the couple curates a wine club that showcases many of these small-batch, Latino-created concoctions. Drawing upon a wealth of knowledge, they work to hook up oenophiles across the country, both Latino and not, with vintages that might otherwise be as difficult to find as a secret agent avoiding bath time.