- $27 for a wine tasting and cheese for two ($54 value)
- Includes 12 personalized wine bottle labels
- Reservation required; place design order for labels when making reservation
- Promotion Expires August 17, 2013
Embarrassed because you don’t know the difference between a syrah and a shiraz? Mortified that your nose can’t differentiate hints of cinnamon from coffee in wines’ bouquets? Not to worry, oenophile assistance is on its way. Boutier Winery is offering a wine tasting for two at half price, including cheese and custom wine bottle labels. The experts at Boutier will extrapolate on their locally-made varieties, taking the mystery out of the grape. The fun part (although there’s no doubt that drinking wine is just that)—Boutier lets you design your own label to affix to bottles of their wine. Think of a design idea and name, and send Boutier a .pdf file to print onto the labels. See? Learning is fun.
Boutier Vineyards is situated in the temperate Piedmont region of Georgia. The nearly 32 acres are planted in Vinifera and French American grape varietals, with the oldest vines at about 15 years of age. The current crop includes chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, viognier and syrah, among others-and the list continues to grow!
$27 for a Valentine's Day wine tasting and cheese for two with 12 personalized wine bottle labels
- May buy one per person and 2 as gifts. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. No cash back. Must be used in one visit. Not valid on tax or gratuity. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion. Limit 1 per visit. Must be 21 or older. Reservations are required, during reservation place your order/design for labels.
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The chardonnay at Boutier Winery was voted Georgia’s best by Georgia Trend Magazine in 2005, and the bordeaux won a bronze medal at San Francisco’s International Wine Competition in June 2011.