Wine Tasting at the CIA at Greystone
Explore the world of wine at Greystone’s Wine Bar. Our automated, self-serve WineEmotion dispenser offers eight world class local and international wines at the touch of a button. Relax in our tasting lounge or enjoy a glass outside on our Herb Terrace. With our tasting room, you will find a finely curated selection of the wines from the region—at a great price!
10:30 a.m.–6 p.m.
Our self-serve dispensers are easy to use in just five steps:
- Purchase a prepaid wine tasting card (available in $25 and $50).
- Insert card into machine.
- Select your wine and put glass under spout.
- Select your pour size.
Wine Bar Menu
Menu subject to change.
Riesling, Famille Hugel 2017, Alsace
Intense color dominated with the green and pale yellow highlights of springtime. The bouquet is harmonious, yet dense and fruity with hints of lime, fresh kiwi, lemon-grass, and a slightly mineral edge. Dried daffodils, poached pears and green apples on the palate with just a touch of white pepper.
Sauvignon Blanc, Eisele Vineyard 2007, Napa
Displays flamboyant aromas of stone fruits, pineapple and kiwi, nuanced by floral notes of lavender and citrus blossom. In the mouth, the wine combines tremendous acid structure, a steely core and consistent body, carrying its weight through to the long, mineral finish.
Chardonnay, Rombauer 2009, Napa
Rich and vibrant tropical fruit flavors blend with toasty oak notes. Peach, pear and a touch of pineapple integrate with creamy vanilla. This full-bodied wine has a velvety and lingering mouth feel. Our favorite pairing for this wine includes pasta primavera, halibut and grilled chicken.
Viognier, Chalk Hill 2011, Sonoma
Buttery and flowery with a hint of honey and lemon. Nice and balanced acid and sweetness. Jasmine and orange flowers in the nose.
Pinot Noir, Ramey Platt Vineyard 2012, Sonoma Coast
This is a powerful Pinot Noir that demonstrates excellent depth along with a rich, velvety texture that is balanced by a wonderful touch of acidity. The finish is silky and persistent with wild berries and spices attacking your palate.
Barbera d’Alba, Serra 2013, Paitin
Ruby purple color with ripe red cherry aromas with hints of mineral. A dry, medium bodied red wine with refreshing acidity and soft tannins, the Barbera d’Alba Serra is well balanced with good integration of oak, good complexity and a finish.
Red Wine Blend, Leviathan 2009, Napa
Aromas of parchment coffee berries, cracked peppercorn and shiso leaves exude from the glass. Succulent red currants, cassis and dark cherries lure one in, and delivers a smooth, decadent finish with hints of raw cacao, cigar box, pavement and bramble crostata. Ruby-cyan hues, mouthwatering acidity, ample but rounded tannins, and a truly insatiable nature.
Cabernet Sauvignon, Fantesca Estate 2011, Napa
Dark red fruits, plum, blackberry, hints of raisin, forest, mint, herbs in a medium—moderate body of aromas; Full tannins on a moderate body, fruit stable with black fruits in front, decent balance, medium finish.