There's always wine to be tasted at Premier Wine & Spirits on Maple Road in Amherst. We have four state-of-the-art wine dispensers in the store that are always filled with great selections from our staff! Our free tasting classes, held in our beautiful and spacious classroom, are a fun way to experience and learn about new wines.
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at Premier Wine and Spirits, 3900 Maple Rd, Amherst, NY 14226
Apr 27 6:30PM
Most wine lovers have already savored a glass of Argentinean Malbec or Chilean Carménère, but the breadth of the South American wine industry does not stop with these two signature grapes, nor is it contained to the usual suspects of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Chile & Argentina are the regions producing the most wine coming out of the continent. The wines from this area are good value with a distinctive taste. They create new world wines with old world character.
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Apr 29 3:00PM
3pm - 6pm
May 02 6:30PM
Our goal is to make the best tequila that we can, and to this day, we have not changed a single thing. While our family had always pushed the tequila industry forward, we are looking back. Using traditional and artisanal methods, our goal is to make the best tequila we can. By doing so we honor our great-great grandfather, great grandfather, and grandfather.
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May 04 6:30PM
Bordeaux remains the world’s most popular wine for many reasons, starting with the unique taste , character and style found in Bordeaux wine. There are many reasons why Bordeaux remains popular. Bordeaux continues to represent the best priced region for people seeking high quality red wines with character, coupled with the ability to age and evolve into something special. Even with today’s spiraling prices, a lot of great wine is available at reasonable rates. There are countless value Bordeaux wines available.
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May 11 6:30PM
Rest and tranquility contribute to building the character of a fine wine. Each Marramiero wine follows its own path. Aging is dictated by nature, whether it takes place in steel or wood. For more than a century, the Marramiero family dedicated itself to the cultivation of indigenous vines such as Montepulciano and Trebbiano as well as other international varietals. Today, we continue to do this with the passion and dedication that has been handed down over generations. This tradition has been the lifeblood of the land that has always yielded its finest, and uniquely Abruzzese, fruit. Meet winery Director, Antonio Chiavaroli.
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May 16 6:30PM
In Trentino where nature meets tradition the hands of our wine grape growers have cared for, protected and moulded the vineyards of our Mezzacorona wines since 1904. These wines are the result of the great care which is paid not only to the specific characteristics of the wine grapes but also to the variety and expression of our land and its alpine environment. They are fragrant and elegant wines, authentic and virtuous just like the men who have produced them, they are as special as the land which bears them.
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May 18 6:30PM
The Loire Valley is France's most diverse wine region, producing exemplary wines in every style. Popularity of Loire Valley wines with sommeliers and wine writers has been growing steadily for the last ten years because for all their variety, Loire Valley wines share important characteristics that make them perfect for contemporary taste. Ryan Seward, presenter.
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May 23 6:30PM
The Spanish settlers introduced the vines in Argentina during the Spanish colonization of the Americas. In the course of five centuries, that Argentina has developed an extraordinary wine industry. A country with such an extensive wine tradition as Spain has to have many different wine types to satisfy everyone's needs and likings. Red wines, white wines and rosé wines are produced in all of the wine making areas of Spain, which are many. Join us to compare the differences between the New World and Old World wines from each country. Curtis Eaton, presenter
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