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Wine - Whiskey - Beer - Tapas - Restaurant

Monday: 4:00pm to 9:00pm - Tuesday: 4:00pm to 10:00pm

Wednesday: 4:00pm to 10:00pm - Thursday: 4:00pm to 10:00pm

Friday: 4:00pm to 12:00am - Saturday: 4:00pm to 11:00Pm

Sunday: 4:00pm to 9:00pm

/pôr/ wine house has filled a nitch in Louisville that so desperately needed to be filled by providing an environment in which you can enjoy a glass of wine and feel like you have been transported to another place. Our wine house is situated just steps off main street, but somehow feel miles away from the bustle of cars and people. Often times our guests will tell us that they feel like it reminds them of a place they visited while on vacation in Europe, and that is what we enjoy most; that people feel like they are on vacation while dinning at /pôr/ wine house. What's more, we have an exceptional offering of wines on tap, with 14 different wines by the glass to choice from, we have something for everyone. /pôr/ wine house also prides itself on always having at least one Sommelier on staff to help develop our wine list, as well as guide our guest thought their wine drinking experience. All told, /pôr/ wine house is as unique as Louisville, CO itself, and will continue to delight those that wander down our little brick path.

Women in Wine' focus of New Hampshire's Wine Week

New Hampshire’s annual celebration of wine is focusing on women in the industry this year.

Wine tastings, dinners and talks highlight the event from Jan. 22-28, including a “Cellar Notes: Women in Wine” seminar on Jan. 24 at the Puritan Backroom in Manchester.

Featured speakers will include Gina Gallo, third-generation winegrower with E. & J. Gallo Winery; Laura Catena, a fourth-generation Argentine vintner with Bodega Catena Zapata and her own Luca Winery; Cristina Mariani-May, CEO of Banfi Vintners in Tuscany; and Cynthia Lohr, co-owner of J. Lohr Vineyards in California.

Each will talk about her own journey and the critical role women have played in the wine industry, while sharing some of their wines.

In Danbury, winemaker Erin Wiswall has been offering wine to the public since 2009. Her work as a biochemist for companies specializing in the development and production of yeasts blended with her study of winemaking.

“It was a kind of a serendipitous way to incorporate my ‘work’ work and my ‘home’ work into one particular field, but it’s a really nice combination,” she said.

Wiswall said the wine industry is becoming a more popular field for women in the state.

Another highlight of the week is the annual Easterseals Winter Wine Spectacular, during which guests can sample wine from more than 60 nationally and internationally known winemakers and eat from New Hampshire’s top restaurants. Proceeds benefit Easterseals New Hampshire.

New Hampshire had $293 million in wine sales last year.

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