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Webster’s has long had a reputation for a comprehensive, global wine list that appeals to both novice and connoisseur alike. I wanted to continue this tradition with a wine program that is informed by a desire to share wines that show a strong sense of their place of origin. Authentic wines made with minimal intervention that are capable of conjuring joy and stimulating conversation. I want to remove the stuffiness often associated with wine and let guests revel in pure fermented grape juice.

 

– Carl Moberg, Sommelier

 

 

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News and Events

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The Country of 2000 Rivers: An Exploration of Galicia – April 9th

galiciaSpain’s wet Atlantic north west has its own unique character and doesn’t reflect the stereotypical image of Spain. It’s closer to northern Portugal than to Madrid, the dialect spoken is gallego, which bears resemblance to Portuguese, and the use of bagpipes in their folk music reflects their ancient Celtic heritage. Furthermore, the climate is also distinctly different from the rest of the country: cool, wet and verdant. We will explore these distinctive wines: from the bracingly refreshing Albariños of Rias Baixas to the elegantly textured reds of Ribera Sacra and Ribeiro. We will taste close to twenty wines to give a full picture of the region and cost of admission includes hors d’oeuvres.

Saturday April 9th 3-5 pm, $50

Tickets available at Ticketleap

Syrah: The Wine World’s Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde – May 21st

One of the world’s noble wine varieties, it’s known equally well as both Syrah and Shiraz. However, the different nomenclature has come to reflect a stylistic difference. “Syrah” represents the ancestral home in the Northern Rhone and the more traditional, rustic style. While Shiraz hearkens to Australia and other parts of the ‘New World’ and tends to show a more modern, flashy style. We’ll explore this grape and how the different terroirs affect the expression. We will taste approximately 20 wines and cost of admission includes hors d’oeuvres.

Saturday May 21st 3-5 pm, $50

Tickets available at Ticketleap

Rosé: Not Your Mother’s White Zin – June 11th

 

11230111_10152989219901916_8829636237027280799_nFor a generation of Americans, their introduction to Rosé was in the form of the often syrupy sweet rosé of Zinfandel affectionately nicknamed “White Zin.” What was originally born of a error in fermentation, grew in to a massive commercial success. In contrast, the majority of the rosé produced in the world is dry and can express incredible nuance and can even age and evolve well in the bottle. Rosé has had a bit of a renaissance in this country in the last ten years and we want to celebrate the release of a new vintage of rosés. We will taste approximately 20 wines, with the focus being on the new 2015 releases. As always, cost of admission includes hors d’oeuvres.

 

Saturday June 11th 3-5 pm

$50 Tickets available at Ticketleap

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Hours

Monday – Thursday: 5pm – 1am
Friday-Saturday: 5pm – 2am
Sunday: 5pm – midnight

Parking is available in the Metro Blue line lot across the street with easy access from Emmet street.

Webster’s does not take reservations; we offer seating on a first-come, first-serve basis, but we will always do our best to accommodate your group.

+1-773-292-9463

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CONTACT INFORMATION

General information & inquiries about gift certificates: info@websterwinebar.com

Information about wine tastings & private events: signup@websterwinebar.com

Media & marketing inquiries: janan@websterwinebar.com

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