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Events — Wine Tasting & Wine Dinner in Cincinnati, OH

Join HART & CRU at wine tastings and dinners at Cincinnati's top restaurants and venues. Experience unique, quality-crafted and limited production wines.

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Casual Tasting Kermit Lynch Portfolio

  • Design Lab 1401 Elm Street Cincinnati, OH, 45202 United States (map)


anytime between 5:30pm-8:00pm

1401 Elm Street, Cincinnati Ohio 45202

Tasting of 10-15 wines along with small bites from Dutch's Larder

Greg Powell, of Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant and Kevin Hart, of Hart & Cru will be pouring wine from the Kermit Lynch Portfolio. The portfolio focuses entirely on small, family-owned estates in Italy and France. The focus of the wine selections is on European wines made with integrity from humble farmers. Kevin has had a great relationship with many of the producers for years after traveling France on a Kermit Lynch wine trip for three weeks across the country. The trip was one of the most intense and most educational wine experiences of his career. This is also the trip where Kevin meet Greg and the evening will have some great stories along with the incredible wines.

"For much of the last 35 years, the wine critic Robert Parker dominated the international wine scene. Parker invented the 100-point rating system for wine, and his reviews wielded such influence over sales that vintners everywhere worked to please Parker’s palate, making oaky, intensely flavored, high-alcohol wines. Kermit Lynch, meanwhile, through his wine shop in Berkeley, Calif., and also through his nationwide distribution business, chose to sell only French and Italian wines made in the unadulterated, old-school traditional style aimed at accentuating terroir — each vineyard’s unique combination of weather, soil and geography."
     - New York Times, October 18, 2013

Earlier Event: August 22
Later Event: December 17