The cost for the four course meal is $75 + tax + gratuity. Reservations are required. If you make a reservation before 5:45p or after 9:15p, you’ll receive a special cocktail! Reservations can be made online or by calling 734-222-9841.
Posted on: October 29th, 2017 by Jen Cornell No Comments
Both the wine lover and foodie on your holiday list would absolutely love the gift of Vinology! We’re so sure of it, we’re running a special promotion from November 6 (we know some of you like to shop early!) to December 23. For every $50 gift card you purchase, you’ll get a $10 bonus. For every $100 gift card you purchase, you’ll get a $20 bonus!
Vinology gift cards can be used for meals and wines we sell by the bottle. They don’t expire, either!
Give the gift of:
Date night out
Ann Arbor’s best wine list
Ann Arbor’s best wine cellar
Almost bottomless mimosas and bloody mary’s and a second to none brunch menu
Menu created by award-winning chef Adam Galloway
Seasonally fresh menu – food and cocktails
Contemporary atmosphere that’s pretty romantic (if we do say so ourselves)
Waitstaff dedicated to making every meal with us perfect
Due to the high fees we pay for online transactions, we prefer guests purchase gift cards in-restaurant and phone. Vinology gift cards can be purchased online via OpenTable.com, using the coupon code VINO110GIFT.
Posted on: August 20th, 2017 by Jen Cornell No Comments
We are looking forward to introducing old world wines you should be drinking today at our event this Thursday night. But, what does old world mean?
Old world wines are from regions where winemaking was born. These include wines from France, Italy, Spain, Greece and Germany. The taste and alcohol content of old world wines are effected by the terroir – literally, the soil where the grapes are grown – and how the wine is made.
New world wines are from regions where wine would’ve been imported once European settlers moved to countries like the U.S., South America, and Australia.
One thing that we love about old world wines is that they were often crafted to accompany the type of food prevalent in the region – think Italian wines and pasta. There’s no doubt that this thinking is reflected in how Vinology approaches our menu and pairing suggestions.
There are still a few spaces available for Old World Varietals You Should Drink Today on Thursday evening, 6 to 8 p.m. The event costs $40 per person and registration is by phone: 734-222-9841.
Join us for our latest wine club event, Italian Wines: Back to the Future Wine on Thursday, August 24, from 6-8 p.m. You’ll taste old world Italian wine you should drink today. The event is sure to be a fun, laid back, delicious time!
For those of you who like to do your homework in advance, our featured wines are:
Abbazia di Novacella Kerner Alto Adige 2015 Andrea Felici Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jessi 2015 Gratis Ciutta Roballa Gialla Collio 2015 Valle del Acate Frapatto Vittoria 2015 Grati Mondo Caniolo IGT Toscana 2012 Tenuta Ibidini Nero DíAvola Sicilia 2015 Torre Raone Rosso Colline Pescaresi IGT 2011 Borgo Maragliano Brachetto Piemonte 2016
The cost for this can’t-miss tasting is $40/person. If you’re a member of our wine club, the tasting is free for you and half off for your guest.
Space for this event is limited, and reservations are required. Please call (734) 222-9841 to let us know you’ll be joining us.
Posted on: February 16th, 2017 by Jen Cornell No Comments
We’re excited the Society of Women Engineers Regional Conference in will be in Ann Arbor March 10-12. Six hundred women will be attending this conference and each will be given a $15 Main Street Area Association gift certificate.
Attendees will have free time on Friday, March 10 to explore our downtown and will be making their way to our neighborhood to use their certificates. Join us at Vinology for our amazing brunch or happy hour, and let us show you the best dining experience in Ann Arbor!
Posted on: February 7th, 2017 by Jen Cornell No Comments
One of the benefits to having experts guide our wine team is that we are able to bring you the best wines on the market. Take, for example, the 2009 Poggio Antico Altero Brunello di Montalcino DOCG from Italy. This older vintage wine is hard to come by anywhere else, but we’ve got it on our menu!
This amazing gem was given 93 points by Wine Spectator, 92 points by James Suckling, and 91 points by Wine Advocate. Experts agree that this wine is not-to-be-missed. You wont be disappointed asking for it next time you’re in the restaurant!
Posted on: November 28th, 2016 by Jen Cornell No Comments
‘Tis the season of entertaining! Many of us enjoy holiday celebrations out on the town around this time of year, and many of us are intimidated when it comes to ordering wine to share with the table. Our very own John Jonna explains the basics in our latest “At the Bar” vlog. Watch and learn all you need to know to order wine while dining out, like a pro!