LIVE at the Barrel Room Tasting Kit

Purchase this tasting kit and follow along LIVE on May 24 as Amanda Danielson & Brian Ulbrich host winemakers Sarah Troxell, Sean O’Keefe, and Maynard James Keenan to discuss Game-changing Wine on the Edge.


This kit includes:

1 x bottle 2019 Dos Ladrones

1 x bottle 2018 Airavata (unreleased)

1 x Caduceus Cellars & Merkin Vineyards Wine Key



Live at the Barrel Room: Game-changing Wine on the Edge
Join our next Live at The Barrel Room broadcast (Monday, May 24, 4PM MT/7PM EST) when Bryan Ulbrich (Left Foot Charley) and Amanda Danielson (Trattoria Stella) will be joined by three guests who are making game-changing wines at the viticultural edge.
Fellow Michigan winemaker, Sean O’Keefe (Mari Vineyards) will be in the studio and Zooming from Pennsylvania & Arizona, will be Sarah Troxell (Galen Glen) and Maynard James Keenan (Caduceus Cellars), respectively.
A Bit of Background
It all started with campaign fatigue in 2020.
We thought it would be fun to stage a debate to determine which red grape variety Northern Michigan should hang her hat on. I moderated as Brought-to-you-by-the-Letter-B Bryan for Blaufränkisch faced off against High Street Sean O’Keefe representing Gamay Noir.
It was so fun. It also generated a lot of interest as we naturally shifted between heady banter among good friends and serious wine-speak.
That inaugural broadcast inspired Bryan to benevolently broaden our objective and offer up The Barrel Room as a bastion of education through conversation that will draw attention to the impact of oft-marginalized wine regions on the industry at large.
Check out ‘Live at the Barrel Room’ YouTube channel by clicking here.
Be sure to grab your tasting kits from these fellow wineries that will be participating in this rare event:
*Due to rising temperatures, we suggest ordering sooner than later.*
REMINDER! Please be around to accept your package.  WE DO NOT CONDONE VINOCIDE AND WE REFUSE TO REWARD INCOMPETENCE! These are small batch limited production wines. First come, first serve. Wine is a perishable product. Despite all precautions, you do buy at your own risk and there are no refunds or returns on wines. KEEP IN MIND, IF TEMPERATURES DROP/SPIKE WE WILL HOLD ORDERS UNTIL IT WARMS UP/COOLS DOWN.