September 2016 Wine Tasting Calendar


What: Tasting Mendocino County Where: O’Brien’s Market Wine Bar – Dale Road When: Friday to Sunday, Sept. 16 - 18 from 2–5:00pm Wines: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and more from this popular north coast region will be featured. Cost: $5.00 per person

What: Wines of the Rhone Valley Where: O’Brien’s Market Wine Bar – Dale Road

When: Thursday, September 22 from 4-7:00pm Wines: Classic wines from this famous region in the south of France will be featured.

Cost: $5.00 per person

*************************** TASTING MENDOCINO COUNTY – “Flavors of the North Coast” Thursday, September 15 thru Sunday, September 18 2:00pm – 5:00pm (4:00 till 7:00 on Thursday) $5.00 per person

The region is very diverse in its offerings, from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and sparkling wines on the coastal side to the warmer inland valleys featuring Cabernets, Zins and Syrahs. *************************** WINES OF THE RHONE VALLEY – “A Trip to Southern France” Thursday, September 22 thru Sunday, September 25 2:00pm – 5:00pm (4:00 till 7:00 on Thursday) $5.00 per person

We’ll visit one of the oldest grape growing regions in Europe and the robust wines of the Rhone River Valley. We’ll sample the Cote d Rhone appellation along with other regional classics.


























O'Brien's - Dale Rd
4120 Dale Rd.
Modesto, CA 95356 
(209) 545-8100 
O'Brien's - Roseburg
839 W. Roseburg   
Modesto, CA 95350
(209) 524-9234

O'Brien's -Riverbank
6331 Oakdale Rd.
Riverbank, CA 
(209) 869-9050





Nicasio Valley

With the growing interest in organic products, here is a new certified organic California farmstead cheese from Nicasio Valley in west Marin County. Handcrafted in their nearby creamery the family uses authentic, traditional recipes from the alpine village of our ancestral homeland, Maggia, Switzerland. It is a soft ripening cheese made in 3 inch rounds and aged for at least 5 weeks. It's a delicate, lightly washed rind cheese with a powerful aroma and a rich pleasant flavor. On these warm summer days consider serving with your favorite session beer or a citrusy Sauvignon Blanc or Albarino.

            "The Wine Guy"

 Lodi has become a popular wine country destination for many of our patrons. But most think of the region as a red wine haven. Over the past few years Lodi has established itself as a leader in producing memorable dry whites, and especially from the lesser known varietals such as Grenache Blanc, Albarino and Verdelho. Some of our favorite producers include St. Amant Winery, Bokisch, Oak Farm, Harney Lane and our newest arrival, Acquiesce Vineyards, who only produces white wines! Check out these award winning wines and enjoy the white side of Lodi.

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