Raise Your Glass to Save the Music

This month, we're putting the wine spotlight on William Hill Estate in an effort to support VH1's Save the Music program. William Hill has partnered with The VH1 Save the Music Foundation to raise awareness for musical education--and we've brought their delicious 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon in to help support the cause. William Hill Estate will make a donation to The VH1 Save The Music Foundation for every case sold to restaurants and retailers from March 1st through April 30th.

Here's a note from William Hill Estate:

Now more than ever before, our schools need our help to provide a well-rounded education that includes music, to give students the tools they need to become the next generation of innovators in an increasingly competitive world.
William Hill ® Estate is proud to be a Platinum Sponsor of The VH1 Save The Music Foundation to support and raise awareness for music education in America. This is a personal passion for our winemaker, Ralf Holdenreid, who has two young children that play instruments.
Our wines are sophisticated, elegant, rooted in Napa Valley, and we are proud to support music education and awareness in America. William Hill Estate will make a substantial donation as a platinum sponsor of The VH1 Save the Music Foundation in 2012.
What is VH1 Save The Music Foundation?
The VH1 Save The Music Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to restoring instrumental music education in America's public schools, and raising awareness about the importance of music as part of each child’s complete education.
VH1 Save The Music Foundation: The Results
To date, the VH1 Save The Music Foundation has donated $48 million worth of new musical instruments, donated to nearly 1,800 public schools in more than 100 cities around the country, impacting the lives of over 1.8 million public school students.
Come in and enjoy this bestselling cab and help support Save the Music. Cheers!

Weekday Wine & Dine Recommendations

Want to know what we'd order during the Weekday Wine & Dine event? Here, we've highlighted 4 different bottles we love--and the dishes that we think pair best with them. Come in every Monday through Thursday, order 2 entrees, and get half off any bottle of wine. Use this as a cheat sheet for what to order, ask your waiter for suggestions, or just go for what you're craving. Happy Weekday Wining & Dining!

Hess Chardonnay

Tastes like: "Tropical aromas of freshly-cut pineapple and ripe pear. A soft entry of well-balanced fruit and oak persists all the way to a pleasing finish of honeydew melon and crème brûlée."

Order with: Ploughman's Cobb Salad and Fish n' Chips

Regular price: $28

Weekday Wine & Dine price: $14




Louis M. Martini Cabernet

Tastes like: "Made to accentuate the high-toned, delightful fruits of Sonoma County's vineyards, this wine offers many layers, featuring aromas and flavors of red cherry, plum and blackberry fruit with an underlying dry creek dustiness. The round, full mouthfeel has just enough structure to lead it into a fruit focused finish."

Order with: Original de Vere's Burger and Mac & Cheese

Regular price: $30

Weekday Wine & Dine price: $15




Geyser Peak Pinot Grigio

Tastes like: "The nose shows notes of lemon, lemon zest, citrus blossom, and a hint of spice. The palate is crisp and bright with citrus flavors and elegant minerality."

Order with: Grilled Chicken Sandwich and Green Street Caesar Salad

Regular price: $20

Weekday Wine & Dine price: $10




Alamos Malbec

Tastes like: "The nose offers bright black cherry aromas with light floral notes and a touch of toast. The mouthfeel is full and rich, with ripe, concentrated cassis and black raspberry fruit flavors interwoven with a touch of chocolate and sweet spice from light oak aging. The finish is long and lingering, with ripe, velvety tannins."

Order with: Lamb Sausage from "Lighter Side of Ireland" menu (or Bangers and Mash from regular menu), and Traditional Irish Stew.

Regular price: $26

Weekday Wine & Dine price: $13