Tria’s Washington Square West Location Turning Nine

The former laundromat is celebrating with wine from 2007.

Tria before it was Tria

Tria before it was Tria and was just an old laundromat | Photo by Arthur Etchells

On Tuesday, July 19th, Tria Cafe’s Washington Square West location is celebrating nine years at 12th and Spruce. The wine bar will be pouring a variety of sparkling, white, red and dessert wines, all from the year 2007, the year Tria’s Wash-West location opened.

The wines will be available all day for the price of $9 per glass.

Tria will also have a special aged cheddar that also dates back to 2007.

Tria Cafe’s 9th Anniversary Wine List

Cava Brut “Gran Reserva,” Mestres, ‘07 (Penedès, Spain) $15½ $9
Estate dating to 1312 crafting a toasty, complex Cava aged 40 months in bottle

Chardonnay Blend, Domaine Montbourgeau, ’07 (Jura, France) $13½ $9
Rustic and rare Chardonnay & Savagnin blend bottled after 3 years of élevage in barrel

Riesling SpÄtlese , Selbach-Oster, ’07 (Mosel, Germany) $14½ $9
Serious single-vineyard, late-harvest gem from prestigious producer: grace & finesse

Rioja “Reserva,” Bodegas Conde de Valdemar, ‘07 (Rioja, Spain) $13½ $9
Rich Reserva Rioja from Tempranillo: oak-aged with plum, dried spice & vanilla

Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, Godiolo, ‘07 (Tuscany, Italy) $14½ $9
The original “noble” wine of Tuscany: sweet cherry, violet, truffle, and leather

Tokaji Aszú “5 Puttonyos,” DisznÓkö, ’07 (Tokaji, Hungary) $13 $9
Sweet wine of Austro-Hungarian Royalty: Furmint aged 2 yrs in oak with dried fruit

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