A taste of Wine Country

A taste of Wine Country

back in the saddle.

From Sonoma coast to the Concours d’Elegance – this weekend, you can bring a taste of Cornerstone to the hunt! Take a look at our new cheeses and suggested pairings and order a board today…

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new discoveries.

We’re still day dreaming about our fabulous adventures in Wine Country… Enjoy these pairings inspired by our travels through the Russian River Valley. Come in to check out this week’s Top Ten cheeses from the vault!

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Iron HorseRussian Cuvée 2011
Many people think that the Russian Cuvée was named for the Russian River Valley; IRONically it was named for the 1985 summit meetings between President Ronald Reagan and Russian President Mikhail Gorbachev. Iron Horse Vineyards was commissioned by the Reagan administration to come up with a specific Cuvée (blend) for the two leaders to famously raise a glass to each other which marked the end of the Cold War.

PAIRINGS: Hummingbird (cow/sheep/goat), Bitto

Gary FarrellRose of Pinot Noir

PAIRINGS: Oysters, of course! Petite Billy (goat, loire region, france) young, fresh, rich, tangy

Peay Pomarium EstatePinot Noir

PAIRINGS: Nabbabo (goat, lombardy region, italy) washed rind, creamy, unique, beautiful, best-sellers; St. Stephen’s (cow,

Francis Ford CoppolaEleanor “Red Wine” 2010


reminders for this weekend.

We’ll be at the Honey Bash, it’s not too late to get your tickets!

We’ll be serving sausage & pepper sammies plus pulled pork at the Radnor Fall Festival. Come check out the zip line on West Ave! Hope to see you there…