Thank you for a great 2014. Now that 2015 is already in full swing, we have to do inventory. Never a fun job! So we do not have to count all these bottles, we need your help and want to save you some money for your 2015 budget. Today through Monday January 19th, 2015 we […]
Some tickets remain for our Silver Oak Wine Dinner next Wednesday May 7th at 103 West. Get your tickets today! https://silveroakdinner.eventbrite.com
A reminder about two great wine events to kick-off the month of May! A Master Class Wine Tasting with David Launay of Chateau Gruaud Larose on Tuesday May 6th and the Silver Oak Winery Dinner Wednesday May 7th. Both events are being held at 103 West. Tickets are on sale now through this Friday May 2nd. Don’t […]
We are kicking off May with 2 great events at 103 West! Tuesday May 6th – Master Class with David Launay of Chateau Gruaud Larose & Wednesday May 7th SIlver Oak & Twomey Cellars Wine Dinner. For more information on either or both events: Gruaud Larose Master Class Tuesday May 6th, 2014 https://gruaudlarosemasterclass.eventbrite.com Silver Oak […]
We would like to wish you all a joyous and peaceful Thanksgiving.
Only 3 days left to buy your tickets for the Jordan Winery dinner at 103 West on Thursday November 7th. We hope you join us for what is sure to be a great evening of wine, food and fun! To order your tickets click on link below: Order My Tickets
Sherlock’s is honored to be recognized by Kendall-Jackson as an inaugural member of their Foundation of Friends. Sherlock’s is one of 600 original members out of Kendall-Jackson’s 100,000 clients! Thank you to Kendall-Jackson and Majestic Fine Wines for the 20+ years of partnership. Looking forward to 20 more years. If you visit Kendall-Jackson, look for […]
Thank you to all our soldiers & first responders past & present.
Kulers Uncorked: Disciples of Bordeaux By: Gil Kulers / ajc.com / March 7, 2013 If you describe the 2009 Bordeaux vintage as “da bomb!” (which it is, by the way), then you are probably older and less hip than you’d like to admit. If you were to say the 2009s were “fly” (which my 12-year-old […]