Jet Wine Bar Pouring High Octane Wine Tasting Today


As part of Jet Wine Bar’s Global Vineyard Passport Series, they’ll be hosting a tasting of “hot” wines today from 6:30-8:30pm. And by “hot”, we don’t mean in temperature—we’re talking 14% alcohol or higher, high octane, balls-to-the-wall kinds of wine. Reds that are deep, rich, full, bold, and for the bold.

Certified Wine Expert Bob Barrett promises balance and elegance, too, as he will be guiding the tour. Tickets only cost $25 and include the tasting, bar snacks, and 15% off your bill for the rest of the night.

Purchase them ahead of time by calling 215-735-1116, or via EventBrite.

Jet Wine Bar [Official Site]

Merry with Sherry at Jet Wine Bar

Some wines are just misunderstood. Does that mean we should stash them in the back of our liquor cabinets or give them away at office parties to that secret santa we’re not really friendly with? No, it means we should try and understand them.

On Tuesday, December 11th, Jet Wine Bar is helping us understand the likes of sherry, one of these misunderstood gems, through an installment of their Global Vineyards Passport Tasting Series. From 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m., guests can enjoy an educational tasting of sherry with Spanish wine expert Eric Lopez. $25 gets you the class, small bites and a 15% discount off the post-class bar tab.

Jet Wine Bar [Official Site]
Sherry Tasting [Eventbrite]

Wine and Borders Tasting at Jet Wine Bar

On Tuesday August 14th from 6:30-8:30pm Jet Wine Bar is holding a $25 wine tasting emphasizing the difference between similar wines created across different borders. The tasting, part of their Global Passport Tasting series, will compare the style, tradition, and flavor of wines from grape-growing regions that border each other. Cabernet Sauvignon from Chile and Argentina, Grenache/Garnacha from Spain and France, and Tocai Fruiliano from Italy and Slovenia will be among the wines tasted during the evening.

Tickets can be purchased here on Eventbrite.

Jet Wine Bar [Official Site]

Rex 1516 Is Coming to South Street

As we’ve previouly reported, Jet Wine Bar owners Jill Weber and Evan Malone are taking over the former Philly Kitchen Share and never was American Blackboard across the street from their South Street wine bar. Now the all-day restaurant has a name, Rex. The name is a play on the name of chef Regis Jansen.

Weber declined to provide a time frame but with the closing of the South Street location of Cafe L’Aube, the block needs a morning option.

Progressive Happy Hour

Fish and Jet Wine Bar are not interested in letting the Summer of Riesling go out with a wimper. Tonight the neighboring establishments are combining for a progressive happy hour.

Tonight you can begin your Riesling happiness at Fish at 9 p.m., then at 10 p.m. walk the .2 miles to Jet for more Riesling deals. Both spots will also be offering specially priced bar snacks.

Fish [Official Site]
Jet Wine Bar [Official Site]

Expect Turbulence This Evening

After Center City Sips and a bite to eat you’ll want to keep the night going.  So check out Jet Wine Bar’s late-night happy hour, Turbulence. The fun starts at 9 p.m. with a DJ, food and drink specials. The party and deals continue to closing.

Quick Bites: South Street Expansions, Piazza Twists, Foodery Everywhere

The revolving operators continue at Apollinare where Brian Nagle, founder of is the latest to take the reigns.

The husband and wife team behind Jet Wine Bar are looking at the former Philly Kitchen Share and never-was American Blackboard for a new restaurant that could open before the end of summer. [Meal Ticket]

If everything goes to plan the Foodery could open a location in Roxborough at 6148 Ridge Avenue. [Newsworks via Grub Street]

Tomorrow’s Run for the Roses

Mint Julep

Saturday marks the 137th running of the Kentucky Derby and several local bars are getting in on the mint julep frenzy.

Baggataway Tavern – The Conshohocken bar is celebrating Cinco de Mayo and the Kentucky Derby together. Tents will be set up in the parking lot and there will be bands, margaritas, mint juleps and Mexican food.

Jet Wine Bar – The South Street wine bar will be offering $4 mint juleps from 4 to 7 p.m. and also offering the chance to win prizes for your prognosticating prowess as well as for your hat.

Khyber Pass Pub – The Old City bar with a bit of a southern touch gets into the action with beer bourbon and frozen mint juleps. Show off your equestrian knowledge with a trivia game (2:30). Wear your finest headgear for a chance to win Best in Show (3:30). Live music by the Al Harrison Dixieland Band (4 p.m.). The festivities run all day, kicking off at 11 a.m.

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