Drink + Dine + Learn

Join us for this very special Riesling Event!

When: August 25th 4pm – 7pm

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

Tickets: $70 per person / $130 per couple

You are cordially invited to join us for a four-course wine dinner featuring Riesling.

/por/ wine house is featuring the 4th in a series of the 18 Noble Grapes with Riesling

4 courses, 4 wines, 1 incredible experience.

This 4-course dinner experience will feature 3 wines from the Riesling Grape Varietal and an additional sparkling guest wine. The menu will be paired by our culinary team to highlight the natural flavors of our premium wine selection.

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 four different wines of the same noble grape.

Co-hosted by Kelcey Hostetler from Elite Brands. Kelcey has worked for years in the wine industry, and will offer up a wealth of knowledge on this grape.

2018 Ransom, Riesling Sunnyside Vineyard 

Eola-Amity Hills, Oregon 

Winemaker Notes: With bright aromas of lemon zest, heirloom apple, and wildflowers, the palate offers playful tension between mineral-driven acidity and mouthwatering zesty fruit character. Finishes fresh and juicy, with a hint of minerality that lingers long after the wine is gone.

2017 Von Schleinitz Estate Dry Riesling 

Terrassen-Mosel, Germany

Winemakers Notes: A delicate yet fruit driven white, sporting peach and apple notes supported by backed by lively acidity. Very versatile and a great alternative to unoaked chardonnay or pinot grigio





2017 Flower Garden Riesling 

Rheinhessen, Germany

Winemaker Notes: Shows typical flavors of a Riesling from the Rheinhessen region: green apple, citrus aromas and a hint of flowers.  On the palate good balance between acidity and sweetness.Pink grapefruit flavors are mouthwatering and juicy in this fruity, uncomplicated Riesling. Hints of salt and grapefruit pith on the midpalate lend a Paloma-like refreshment. A light-bodied, approachable sip to enjoy now!