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Sample the best wines (at half price) at e2 emeril's eatery

Sample the best wines (at half price) at e2 emeril's eatery

Great food made from the best local, seasonal ingredients deserves to be paired with the best wine. e2 emeril's eatery is offering diners the opportunity to try some of the finest wines at half price every Monday and Thursday through September. Among the special bottles offered at half price include:

 

Rosé, Sparkling and White Wine Selections

Blackbird Rosé, Napa Valley, $60 ($30)

Avinyo ‘Petilant,’ Penédes, $42 ($21)

Veuve Cliquot Vintage 2004 Brut Rosé, Champagne, $350 ($175)

Calera Viognier “Gimelli Vineyard,” Central Coast $66 ($33)                                                     

Cooper Mountain Tocai Friulano, Willamette Valley $58 ($29)

Pattient-Cottat Sauvignon Blanc “Le Grand Calliou,” Val de Loire $38 ($19)

Duckhorn Sauvignon Blanc, Napa Valley $76 ($38)                                       

Weinhof Scheu RieslingTrocken,” Pfalz $52 ($26)  

J. Wilkes Pinot Blanc, Santa Maria Valley $42 ($21)                                                  

Bidoli Pinot Grigio, Friuli $34 ($17)

A Coroa Godello, Valdeorras $48 ($24)

Chateau Coupe Roses Grenache BlancChamp Du Roy,” Minervois $42 ($21)

DMZ Chardonnay, Western Cape $40 ($20)

Emeril’s Chardonnay, Santa Barbara County $62 ($31)                                                         

Domaine des AubuisiéresCuvée Silex,” Vouvray $46 ($23)      

 

Red Wine Selections

Ridge “Three Valleys,” Sonoma County $70 ($35)

Moillard “Les Violettes,” Côtes-du-Rhone $36 ($18)

Andrew Murray Syrah “Tous Les Jours,” Santa Ynez $46 ($23)

Keenan Syrah, Napa Valley, $120 ($60)                                     

Clos Du Val Pinot Noir, Carneros   $62 ($31)                                                       

Lemelson Pinot NoirThea’s Selection,” Willamette Valley $68 ($34)                               

Valle Dell’Acate, Cerasuolo Di Vittoria   $56 ($28)

Tikal Malbec Amorio,” Mendoza $80 ($40)

Sbragia Merlot “Home Ranch,” Dry Creek Valley, 2009 $50 ($25)

Duckhorn Merlot, Napa Valley $106 ($53)                                                                   

A Portela Mencia, Valdeorras, ’12 $60 ($30)                                     

Domaine Duclaux, Chateauneuf-du-Pape, $120 ($60)

Bodegas Ercavio Tempranillo, $42 ($21)     

Le Calle Sangivose “Campo Beo,” Maremmar Toscana, $42 ($21)

Ramey Cabernet Sauvignon “Claret,” Napa Valley, $110 ($55)

Les Heretiques Carignan, Vin de Pays Hérault $40 ($20)

 

These wines are from the world's most well-regarded wine-growing regions including Napa, Sonoma, the Willamette Valley and Chateauneuf-du-Pape. These great grapes will be marked down only for a limited time.

 

Call (704) 414-4787 to make your reservation today!