Celebrate Red Wine Day at Tullulah’s!
National Red Wine Day is on its way. This year, celebrate National Red Wine Day with Tullulah’s. On August 28, 2019, there’s no better place to be than Tullulah’s Restaurant and Bar.
A majority of wine drinkers consider red wine to be their favorite. Red wine is not too sweet and not too bitter. The drink is served at room temperature, between 65 and 70 degrees. Red wine was first made in the United States in the 1800s after the Spanish introduced wine in the 1500s and 1600s. Europeans crafted and drank wine in the 1500s because their water was not safe to drink. Today, we drink wine because it has an excellent flavor and pairs perfectly with a variety of meals, from seafood to steak, to pasta.
At Tullulah’s Restaurant and Bar, we serve several outstanding red wines that are great on their own or with food from our menu. For example, we serve Pacific Standard’s Cabernet Sauvignon from California. We also have a 2016 Matthew Fritz Pinot Noir from California. Yet another California red wine is the 2016 Bishop’s Peak Cabernet Sauvignon. If you’re more of a Pinot Noir person, order the 2016 Banshee Pinot Noir. If you want something European, order the 2017 Paolo Scavino Barbera D’Alba from Piedmont, Italy. We even serve a South American Malbec by Pulenta Estate from Mendoza, Argentina.
Tullulah’s Restaurant and Bar is the best place to enjoy red wine on National Red Wine Day. Visit our location on August 28 to enjoy high-quality red wine and delicious food. You can find Tullulah’s at 12 4th Avenue in Bay Shore!