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June Wine Dinner Menu Features Bourbon

Here’s the menu for the June wine dinner — notice a theme? Bourbon!

Just two of the wines to be featured at our June wine dinner.

It’s set for June 18 — bring Dad for a post-Father’s Day dinner!

Reception

Whiskey sour with tart cherry liqueur-macerated cherries and sweet Georgia peach and pecan crostini with bourbon, bacon, brown sugar and Vidalia onions.

First Course

Mondavi Bourbon Barrel-Aged Chardonnay with whiskey chicken and mushrooms in pineapple soy sauce

Second Course

Barrel Road Bourbon Barrel-Aged Red Blend with Kentucky tomato bourbon soup with homemade croutons

Third Course

Southern Belle Barrel-Aged Red with pot roast in a coffee and whiskey sauce with carrots and potatoes

Fourth Course

Four Graces Bourbon Barrel-Aged Zinfandel with summer berry bread pudding with blackberry whiskey sauce

 

 

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Dairy- and Gluten-free Dinner Menu

We have a special menu planned for our May wine dinner for all our dairy- and gluten-free friends, but it’s so good, everyone will want a ticket! Call 317-972-7966 to reserve your seat today.

May’s Wine Dinner Menu

Amuse Bouche/Reception

Zestos Malvar with a rice paper shrimp spring roll

1st Course

Pomelo Rosé with orange chicken and cauliflower rice

2nd Course

Indomita Carmenere with zucchini and carrot lo mein “noodles” with asparagus and mushrooms

3rd Course

Vina Alberdi Rioja with beef stir-fry, peppers and bok choy

4th Course

Errazuriz Late Harvest Sauvignon Blanc with almond milk ice cream and gluten-free fortune cookies

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Sunday Hours Start April 8

Yes, Mass Ave Wine will be now be open on Sundays. Starting April 8, the shop will be open Sundays from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. (the same hours as Mondays).

So come on in for Sunday Funday at Mass Ave Wine and pick up a bottle of wine, some local craft beer — or enjoy a glass of wine or a cocktail. Try a charcuterie plate, a pizza or a sandwich. And remember, you can choose a bottle from our Wall of Wine, and we’ll open it for you to enjoy here — without the typical restaurant mark-up. We have lots of bottles under $15.

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Spring has sprung!

Whether or not the weather cooperates, it’s officially spring! It’s time to start planting our flowers and herbs, planning our patio parties and dusting off the barbecue grill. And we’ve got just the right wines for all that. Don’t let Mother Nature harsh your buzz — spring has sprung!
On another note, we will begin opening the shop on Sundays in April. The first Sunday is Easter (and April Fool’s Day), so we will wait until April 8 to begin. Our Sunday hours will be 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.