Drink + Dine + Learn
Join us for this very special Pinot Noir Event.

When: May 19th 4pm - 6pm

Where: /pôr/ wine house | 701 A Main St Louisville, CO 80027

Tickets: $55 per person / $100 per couple

Want to experience the entire range of wine? — It's time to ditch the staple wine you've been drinking and expand your palate. We want to take your taste buds on an adventure around the globe by offering you the opportunity to taste three different wines of the same noble grape. /por/ wine house is kicking off the first in a series of the 18 Noble Grapes with Pinot Noir. 

Noble grapes are also known as International Varieties which are grape varieties that are widely planted in most of the major wine producing regions and have widespread appeal. History has a lot to do with the prevalence of French wine grapes like Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir.

The Grape of the Month Wine Tasting Event brings this unique culinary experience to Louisville, CO, pairing fine wines with delicious food for (1) Noble Wine each month. 

Co-hosted by David Jacoby from Grand Vin. David has worked for years in the wine industry and is the founder of WineSensei, offering custom wine parties and tastings. Whether you consider yourself a wine connoisseur or just a beginner, join us each month for a little culture, a little wine, and a lot of fun. Purchase your ticket for one or all of our upcoming Noble Wine Tasting Events. 


Willamette Valley, Oregon

Winemaker Notes: To the eye the wine presents a bright ruby hue with luminous highlights. the bouquet is composed of violets,with fruit notes from strawberry's and rhubarb while there is an undertone of subtle spice. Unusually bright with fantastic texture it lines the pallet with silk and lace. Pleasing tart cherry, a hint of pie spice, and dusty tannins lead to a long complex finish. 


Central Otago, New Zealand 

Winemaker Notes: This Pinot Noir Bursting with floral aromas and red cherry perfume. Rich and juicy with wild raspberry, black cherry and sweet spice flavors. The hand-picked fruit of this dramatic Pinot Noir embody the character and purity of a major new wine region.


Tikves Wine Region, Macedonia

Winemaker Notes: The 40+ year old vines grow where two major weather fronts collide: the Aral Mountain continental and the Greek Aegean, yielding virtually no rain and consistent wind. The result is a wine of terrific elegance and complexity, rich yet linear; pretty, but with depth and power.