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Warwick Melrose’s Library Bar will host a FREE free wine tasting from 7 – 9 p.m tonight. This month will be a Sauvignon Blanc tasting of the following: Chateau de Sancerre, Loire Valley; Casa Lapostolle, Chilean; Cape Mentelle, Australian.

Also, Tuesday night’s happy hour special is Jazz & Classics Tuesdays, now from 5 – 9 p.m. The Library Bar offers some of Dallas’ best live jazz six nights a week, and on Tuesdays it gets even better, when you pair smooth sounds with smooth sips of five classic cocktails or a glass of wine for $6.

Bonnell’s Restaurant in Fort Worth. Chef Bonnell will be on The Early Show on Saturday, August 22nd  from 6:00a.m. to 8:00 a.m. Chef Bonnell is also repeating his popular “Wine 101” on both September 15th and the 17th from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Taste twenty-six different types of wine, everything from the inexpensive to the rare “cult” wines, while exploring the basics of wine tasting.  Heavy appetizers will also be provided as Chef Bonnell shares the basics of wine and food pairings. $120 per person. Deets.

Jimmy’s Food Store: The cheese truck has just arrived with Burrata, Strachino, Caprino and Robiola.  They also received smoked Scamorza, Tomini, Mulino Bianco Cookies, Kinder Candies, Nutella, Crodino and Pavesi Crackers. Note: “We will hold cheese pre-orders until Friday.  I ordered a few extra for those who missed the deadline.  The extras will be sold on a first come basis.” They’re also holding a FREE sparkling wine tasting on Thursday the 13th from 5:00 to 7:00.  There will be about 10 wines to try with some meats and cheeses.

State & Allen Lounge: “We’ve recently updated our wine list with vintages that are perfect for summer. Come sit on the patio and enjoy a glass tonight!” (list below.)

Milestone Farmers Market Next Sunday. Hand crafted, eco-friendly hats, headwear and accessories from The Millenarium, one of the newest members of EatGreenDFW.com, will be available at the next Milestone Farmers Market from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 16 at the Milestone Culinary Arts Center, 4531 McKinney Ave. (vendor list below.)

Market Street Plano: Road to Riches Summer Game Road Rally on Saturday, August 22, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. (details below)

State & Allen Lounge Wine List

First Drop ‘The Red One’
(Barossa Valley, Australia)
Cabernet Sauvignon Blend
A nice blend of Cabernet, Merlot and a hint of Shiraz – solid wine for the price and scores well with Robert Parker.

Vinos Sin-Ley ‘Gordo’
(Yecla, Spain)
Mataro – Rose
This is not your Grandma’s White Zin – a wonderful floral nose but drinks dry. A great patio wine & Bradley’s favorite!!!

X Winery ‘Syrahtica’
(Lake County, California)
Aroma of blackberry and blueberry with a hint of pepper and well rounded tannins – another high scoring wine from Parker.

(Carenina, Spain)
Classical old world style tempranillo with earthy overtones and solid structure & finish – one of the chef’s favorites!!!

Victory Vnyds ‘Parcel 31’
(Multiple Appelations, California)
A truly well balanced Zinfandel for a change; all the grapes are sourced from old vines & bring a distinct bouquet and extended finish.

Smith & Hook
(Santa Lucia, California)
Cabernet Sauvignon
Big, solid California Cab that is sure to please; nice fruit forward and strong finish.

(Mendoza, Argentina)
Pinot Noir
Incredible first release Pinot showing ripe red fruit, hints of chocolate and a smokey aroma – rarely can you get this much for so little.


Silver Peak
(Napa Cnty, California)
Fragrant apple blossom & lemon zest w/a hint of butter – wine has undercurrents of nutty oak and lingering nectarine.

Las Perdices
(Mendoza, Argentina)
Pinot Grigio
A soft, green-yellow color shows a subtle nose of citrus and floral aromas. This is a wonderfully crisp wine that can stand up to any Italian Pinot.

Errazuriz Estate
(Valle del Aconcagua, Chile)
Sauvignon Blanc
Fresh, clean aromas combined w/grassy herbaceousness; a touch of tropical fruit and hints of citrus.

Columbia Winery
(Columbia Valley, WA)
A nice rendition of Rieslings – a slight hint of sweetness.  Peach and apricot flavors w/wonderful crispness.

Robert Oatley
(Western Australia)
Sauvignon Blanc
Crisp, zesty, refreshing tropical fruit from three regions in Australia; from an original winemaker at Rosemont the pioneer of Aussie winemaking.

(Willamette Valley, OR)
Pinot Gris (Pinot Grigio)
An elegant wine from the NW; an American version of pinot grigio – a lush full bodied wine with nice clean finish.

(Sonoma, California)
A great, relatively new wine house capturing the essence of Napa fruit – big bold classic Napa Chardonnay.

Market Street Plano Market Street’s Road to Riches promotion will conclude on Saturday, Aug. 22, in a family-style Road Rally from 1 to 4 p.m. showcasing Market Street’s unique gourmet-food offerings with a wide assortment of meats and cheeses from the store and its vendors as well as several wine and beer tastings. The always-delicious Mrs. Baird’s smoker will also be out at the event providing their scrumptious hot dog meals for $1 with proceeds going straight to charity. In addition to sampling the best of what Market Street has to offer, guests can bring their children to enjoy several great fun activities before they go back to school! Planned activities include face painting, balloons and cookie decorating – all for free! Market Street will also be giving away 100 free lunchboxes.
After a full summer of collecting game pieces and playing Market Street’s Road to Riches summer game, eight lucky winners will be presented with a total of $200,000 in cash prizes, including a grand prize of $100,000 that will be awarded to one ultimate winner at 3 p.m.
Photo opportunities will be available during the event and following the winner’s ceremony at 3 p.m. Select winners will also be on hand for interviews. Please contact Jennifer Reeves at 972-480-8383 or [email protected] if you’re interested in stopping by the event or if you would like any additional information.
Milestone Farmers Market The market now features more than a dozen producers selling cheese, herbs, vegetables, grass-fed meat and poultry and a variety of artisanal foods and other products from producers featured on EatGreenDFW.com. Market participants include:
Meat and poultry producers Dominion Farms, JZJ Natural Beef and Sloans Creek Farm who will have a variety of beef, pork and chicken available;
Local cheese producer The Mozzarella Company;
Herb and specialty produce grower Motley Farms;
Artisanal food producers including spice blend maker Good Spice Specialty Foods, Kaps Pepper Company; which produces a line of pepper jellies; Dread Head Chef, whose chef/owner Michael Weinstein has developed a line of sweet salsas and chips; and Lucido Pasta and Herbs;
Candle and soap maker Abundantly Aromatic;
And Biscuit Head Bakery, which makes a line of hand-crafted dog treats.

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