Friday, December 7, 2007

Intoxicating

Coconut Point Mall, Estero

It's the weekend, people - I need my Grape!

The Grape is a wine bar, where you can taste over 120 unique wines by the bottle or a glass, all the while munching on some gourmet treats.

It is also a wine merchant, so if you find your perfect wine, you can bring a case home ;-)

14 comments:

Glenn Standish said...

What a cool looking bar! Very hip and happening!

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freefalling said...

Ahhh - I see.
It's all become so clear now.

Olivier said...

attention, il faut consommer les 120 bouteilles de vins avec modération ;o) pas besoin de te souhaiter un bon weekend ;o)
Attention must consume 120 bottles of wine in moderation ;o) no need to wish you a good weekend ;o)

Merci pour le lien vers Molinari,mais dommage c'est pas le bon. Mais j'ai trouvé son adresse, il habite pas loin de mon travail, alors je vais voir si je peux prendre un rendez vous avec lui


Thanks for the link to Molinari, but the damage is not good. But I found his address, he lives not far from my work, then I will see if I can make an appointment with him

Jilly said...

Ah, I approve of this place! Would love to sit outside with you Isabella. I'll have a glass of Pinot Grigio - what will you have?

No, scrap that - we'll both drink champagne - a Roederer, I think.

oldmanlincoln said...

An old army friend of mine who married a Japanese lady right after WWII had 12 children adopted off the streets in Tokyo and had 10 of their own, went on to create one of the largest computer software companies in Asis and his sons and daughters deal with Bill Gates and Microsoft all the time. In fact they are seen as Microsoft in Asia. I wanted to preface what I am about to say with that.

Their company was originally called or named Bunka Orient Corporation. They changed the name of the company several years ago to:

Grape City

http://www.boc.co.jp/jobs/

And it has continued to grow and prosper.

Chris said...

I'll take a J. Lohr Riesling, please.

Nikon said...

I love their logo & the shade of blue on the awning is very nice.
I'll have a Coke with you :) Then take me please to go see Al?

'Through-JoAnn's-Digital-Eyes' said...

Yeh weekend Isabella,
I think I like that bar ( and the wine) too and when you might go : "cheers" to you and the sun in Florida!

I posted again some Paris Pics in case you are interested, just visit my blog and look:)I wish you a good weekend

Greetings JoAnn:)

GMG said...

Soho Kitchen and Bar moved to Naples, Plorida? Nice treat!
Have a great "scandinavian" weekend!

Me said...

I'm not a big wine drinker, but that place sounds pretty ccol.

Gwen said...

There is this same wine bar here, The Grape--I saw it the first time only a couple weeks ago and it does look hip and stylish in the interior..if its the same wine bar as the one there, very stylish.

Frank said...

Sounds like a perfect place to wait while everyone else does the shopping :-)

Fabrizio - ikol22 said...

120 different kind of wines? Yes, it's my place !

Richard said...

I like to do my tasting by the bottle, I have to admit