Saturday, July 28th, 10am-5pm
Did you know that female sommeliers make on average $7,000/year less than their male counterparts? Or that over 60% of UC Davis Viticulture and Enology graduates are women but only 10% of wineries in California have a woman winemaker? Bâtonnage is an all-day conversation addressing the realities of women participating in all of aspects of the wine industry.
Our very own Megan Glaab will be a panelist at this amazing event and will share her perspective as a woman winemaker, small business owner, and mother. We hope you’ll join us to help bring this important discussion further into the light. Tickets can be purchased here.
Wednesday, July 18th, 6-8pm
Join us and our great friend, Idlewild winemaker, Sam Bilbro at Cadet Wine Bar in Napa. Ryan and Sam will be on hand pouring an all-Italian lineup to compliment the Cadet’s tasty menu of vittles. Stop in to raise a glass, toss one back, and mingle with friends.
Come kick off your Memorial Day weekend with us in Forestville for a Chilean BBQ.
There is nothing we love more than gathering with friends and enjoying some tasty food and wine. When the sun starts shining we often have backyard BBQ’s and soak in this amazing life that Sonoma County has to offer. We count ourselves lucky to be good friends with Catalina and Rodrigo, a Chilean family that moved to our area a few years back. They are the best kind of people; thoughtful, caring, fun and generous. And they LOVE to BBQ. Rodrigo quickly got a reputation around town as being a master of the grill. Our children beg for his grilled steaks and balk at any other BBQ attempt saying “it’s not Rodrigo’s famous meat”. The bar is set high. For Memorial Weekend Rodrigo and Catalina are joining us at Ryme Cellars and will be serving up a traditional Chilean Asado alongside an assortment of Ryme wines, both current and past releases. We have a 6 foot trailer grill and a large selection of mixed cuts from Sonoma County Meat Company. This is going to be a fun celebration and a party you won’t want to miss. Get your tickets soon as space is limited!
Get your tickets here.
Tickets: $50/person (limited to 50 people)
When: May 26th, 2018
Where: Ryme Cellars
6450 First Street
If you haven’t heard of Outstanding in the Field, check it out. A true innovation in dining and art. This is Table to Farm dining. And it is exquisite dining at that, in both flavor and aesthetics. Tickets go fast, so hurry and get one. The evening’s meal will be paired with RYME wines for a truly unique experience.
An iconic pioneer of Sonoma County Cuisine, Spinsters Sisters will hosting RYME as part of their Spring Spotlight Series. We’ll be pouring and chatting with all of you about the wines and whatever is on our minds! No tickets, no prix-fixe, and everything is poured by the glass and half-glass. So you can stop by for a drink and snack or go all out with a sampling of small plates and pairings.
Join us at Tartine Manufactory for a one night only wine dinner celebrating Jon’s new book “The New Wine Rules”. Ticket holders will get a signed copy of the book and can order a la carte from Tartine Manufactory’s dinner menu. Six different wine flights will be on offer, including RYME and many of our friends! Get tickets here.
Please join us at ACME in St. Helena on March 9th. We’ll be pouring both RYME and Uphold. It is always really fun turn out. See you there!
Please join us for wine and snacks at our Forestville (6540 1st Street) location! We’ll be pouring the Aglianico Rose, the new ’17 Hers Vermentino and a whole lot more! These events are always fun and a great opportunity to meet new folks and try an array of our wines with some snacks that complement them. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Reservations are now available for The Farmhouse Inn’s 2018 Winemaker Dinner Series. We talk all the time about how our wines are made with food in mind. This is an unparalleled opportunity to get the full experience of Ryme wines as food wines. Call the Farmhouse directly for reservations @ 707-887-3300. Visit their website for more information on this wonderful series.
Apparently, the folks at Delfina couldn’t stand not feeding us for the couple weeks they’re doing kitchen renovations, so…pop-up for a week (1/4-1/11)! It’s happening just a block from Delfina at the RFKA (restaurant formerly know as) Farina! And Megan will be kicking things off as a guest somm on opening night Thursday 1/4! Go here for more info and to make reservations.