Sip in style like the Italians and join us for APERITIVO! Every Tuesday- Thursday from 4-6 pm. We have a great selection of wines or spritz that are accompanied with delicious snacks!
Join us for Wine Wednesday where we feature a select list of wines by the glass, carafe and bottle that are up to 50% off our normal menu prices.
Please Note: Wine Wednesday menu is subject to change week to week. Any other discounts are not valid toward Wine Wednesday menu purchases.
Join us every Thursday to drink a Vintage Wine at our cost. We open a different bottle of wine that is 2010 or older, and pour 3 ounce glasses at our cost for you to enjoy! We only have one bottle of each, so come early as we often sell out!
Upcoming Vintage Wines:
January 23-- 2010 Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon Library Release 3oz/$7
January 30-- 2009 Torbreck The Pict 3oz/$8
February 6-- 2009 Bertani Amarone della Valpolicella Classico 3oz/$12
February 13-- 2009 Trimbach "Cuvèe Frédéric Émile" Riesling 3oz/$8
This experience includes all of our Riserva Tasting Series. During this tasting, you will taste through wines from our Riserva List with our Beverage Director, Adam Shoemaker. You will join us at our bar, taste wine, and enjoy a few small bites!
Part III wines (February 5, 2020):
Sella & Mosca Cabernet Sauvignon, 2010
Val di Suga Brunello di Montalcino, 2011
Gaja Sperss, 2013
If you join us for dinner after, you will receive 20% off of your meal!
Please note: All sales are final and nonrefundable. However, you can transfer your tickets to another person. A tax of 7% and an 18% gratuity for our staff will be added to the final cost of the tickets.
When small farmers and food producers set out to build their businesses, they rarely think about how storytelling fits into the overall picture, sometimes helping—and oftentimes hindering—their potential success. Sherri Lynn Dugger of Indiana Farmers Union and Women, Food and Agriculture Network will discuss why storytelling matters. This interactive two-hour workshop helps participants delve into what makes their farm or food business unique and how to communicate those qualities to diverse audiences. Participants will learn what makes a good story and how stories can compel consumers (or bankers or government officials) to action—whether they want them to purchase their products, better understand their business plans, fund their grant applications or support a particular cause or issue. This workshop offers a toolkit for creating storytelling campaigns and concludes with a discussion about the many ways farmers, food producers and advocates can strengthen relationships through narrative that engages and inspires.
Come to learn and network over a locally-sourced and artfully-crafted brunch from Scarpe!
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