Vineyards in moonscapes. Scraggly vines popping up and out of ashen craters, seeking relief from the unrelenting North African winds.
No, this isn't a vision of the post-apocalypse; this is in fact one of the most exciting (and most unlikely) sites in all the world of wine: the Canary Islands.
This is a special place, and the wines reflect it: grapes you've never heard of, planted close to the ground (or in small moats, called hoyos) in ash fields on the side of a volcano: we ain't in Kansas anymore, Toto, and we love it.
At Vine this Friday? We're serving up five alien wines...
Canaries in the Gold (V)ine!
This Friday. 5:30 PM.
Only at Vine Street.