German Wein Tasting

BXCR German Wein Tasting
May 18, 2017 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
BXCR Wine Bar - Anaheim
440 S Anaheim Blvd Anaheim
CA 92805
$25 + fees online, $30 at the door

German Wein Tasting

Come enjoy wines from the vines of Germany at BXCR on May 18th from 6-9pm!
Vino from Deutschland pairs well with foods from different regions, so Chef April will be whipping a smorgasbord of light bites for you.

About BXCR

For BXCR, it doesn’t just stop with the carefully curated wines. They are also fanatical about everything that happens behind the scenes. They care deeply about how the wine is stored, the temperature at which it is served and how it’s kept fresh using our high-tech wine service equipment. Then they have their friendly, well-trained and passionate team bring it all together for you and serve it to you in the finest quality stemware for maximum enjoyment. They feature mainly artisanal wines from all over the world that are minimally manipulated, cleanly crafted using modern techniques and yet reflect their native terroir. So whether you’ve just started your journey of wine discovery or you’re a well traveled oenophile, you’ll find a plethora of wines to excite your palate at BXCR. Although their collection focuses heavily on wines from artisanal producers, family owned wineries, up and coming winemakers and farmer/grower cooperatives, they also feature a small lot production wines from many well known names and some off the beaten path. Many of their selections also include sustainability farmed, bio-dynamic or organically farmed wines, all of which are growing movements in wine regions across the world designed to bring you purity. You will be hard pressed to find hardly any of these wines at grocery stores or big box retailers because, frankly, there just isn’t enough “volume” of these fabulous wines made, that would grab the interest of these big guys. They strongly believe the best wine is crafted in small lots with great care in wineries and not mass produced in a facility that looks like petroleum refinery or a chemical processing plant.

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