We’re thrilled to welcome Cynthia Hilts Trio to the Maynards patio for another Friday night of late night jazz!
Some of the lesser known (therefore less expensive) areas of France produce some world class wines within all of our budgets.
Listen to live jazz music by Agave Ensemble under the stars on the Maynards patio on Friday, July 6th!
It’s a great time of year for crisp, clean, and easy drinking Sauvignon Blancs from all over.
Join us on the Maynards patio for another Friday night of live jazz music by Mesquite under the stars!
Galicia? Yep. Rias Biaxas? Yep. How about Mencia? Verdejo? A bunch of great and affordable wines here, as well as some standards like Tempranillo.
Hang out on the Maynards patio for another Friday Jazz Late Night under the stars with Agave Ensemble!
Enjoy an evening of wine and dinner inspired by Southern Spain! Executive Chef Brian Smith and Sommelier Will Olendorf team up to deliver an unforgettable dining experience for the second wine dinner of our Summer Wine Tour.
Enjoy live jazz music by Mesquite under the stars on the Maynards patio on Friday, July 27th!
Croatia? Of course! It’s the supposed birthplace of the original Zinfandel clone. Austria? Sure! Some of the best Gruner Veltliners I’ve ever had. Slovenia? It borders Northeast Italy and has fabulous Pinot Grigio and Bordeaux style blends!
It isn’t just the Maipo Valley anymore. A lot of great winemaking is going on here. Cabernet, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay… It’s interesting to see how coastal and mountain climates come into play here.
Barolo? Sure, it’s there. It’s just not very affordable. How about Dolcetto d Alba? Asti? Tramin? Suditrol? There are a lot of great wines and values to explore here!
What’s your first thought when you think Italy? Food and wine I hope! Southern Italy has some islands that are sometimes forgotten about. Puglia? Great Primitivos to be had! And the food? We’ll leave that to Chef Brian.
Valle de Guadalupe is the first to come to mind! I’ve tried some great Cabernets and am looking forward to sharing interesting Mexican wines with you!
Unbelievable reds (Cab, Merlot, Syrah) come from Washington, as well as Chardonnay and more. As it gains notoriety, it becomes more difficult to find good values. We’ll take a good look as we inch toward harvest time here!
It’s always fun to showcase local farms of food and wine. Lots of amazing things come from just outside our back door!