Veritas GoGreen - Competitive Takeout

"We'll begin our session together with a brief update on Cohesity's new Alliance Partnership with Pure Storage,

as well as more details regarding our current GoGreen Demand Gen Campaign focused on helping

existing VERITAS Customers more affordably and easily switch to Cohesity."

Please join Cohesity for an exclusive & unique virtual wine tasting experience featuring delicious wines from Topa Mountain Winery!

Wednesday, October 28, 2020

4:00PM - 5:00PM (EDT)

Registered guests will receive three bottles of wine & tasting notes.

 

Space is limited, so please scroll down to register now.

A Zoom Link will be provided post-registration.

Experience Overview

 

You will join your Cohesity hosts virtually for a guided experience by wine enthusiast Jackie Franklin. You will taste 3 wine varietals.

Wines for this experience will be shipped as per your registration.

Topa Mountain Winery

Situated under the watchful eye of the Topa Mountain range in the Upper Ojai Valley, surrounded by ancient oaks and majestic redwoods. The winery showcases exceptional wines made from new varietal plantings to the Ojai region, such as Barbera, Tempranillo, Carmenere and Touriga Nacionale. Others have long thrived in the region, including Syrah, Grenache and Viognier.

 

All of their wine is produced using techniques designed to reveal the flavors inherent in each varietal, as developed by the unique climate and terroir of their vineyards. They are aged in a mix of old and new French oak barrels, then carefully monitored and bottled under strict standards.

Your Wine Enthusiast

Jackie Franklin will guide you through this exceptional Wine Flight.

Jackie is an Ojai native and loves the region dearly, whether exploring Los Padres National Forest or enjoying a day along the Ventura coast.

She is passionate about our region’s ability to produce local and environmentally sustainable wine.

 

She believes in a holistic philosophy to winemaking which starts with climate, and emphasize the importance of the vineyard, as well as wine’s relation to the food we love to grow, cook, and eat.

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2019 Rosé of Grenache

 

Notes of Agua de Jamaica, crushed Bing cherry and wild strawberry grace the beautiful nose of this delicate wine; the palate picks up notes of raspberry sorbet, jasmine, prickly pear and white chocolate.

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2016 Blend 33

(White Rhone Blend) 58% Marsanne & 42% Viognier - Kaffir lime, pineapple juice and fresh whipped cream on the nose, with persimmon, honey and a savory finish of spices and dried fruits.

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2016 Sirah

Santa Barbara County

Blueberry, persimmon and coriander on the nose, with raspberry preserves and fruit leather on the palate and textures of dark chocolate.

“Cure” your charcuterie or cheese obsession paired with your wine tasting experience.

 

Your charcuterie selection box will be shipped to you directly.

Wine Lover’s Cheese Collection

Includes:

  • Cabot Clothbound Cheddar - While Cabot's could at times be mistaken for an English clothbound, this big boy is an American original. Slightly tangier but still incredibly well-balanced with a nutty sweetness.

  • Manchego – Pick any word that one might use to describe cheese. Buttery? Nutty? Grassy? Rich? Yummy? All of these describe Manchego, and it's easy to see why this has been a bestseller at our shops for years.

  • Schnebelhorn – As delicious to eat as it is to say! Pronounced "Schneb-el-horn," this complex raw cow’s milk cheese is made in the Swiss Alps and named after the tallest mountain in the region. Schnebelhorn has plenty of deliciously pungent sharpness, wrapped up in a firm, creamy bite.

  • Black Lava Cashews (5 oz) – Award-winning snacks made the old fashioned way. Black Lava Cashews are dusted with Hawaiian Black Lava sea salt, which uses charcoal for an exceptional flavor and an exciting look.

  • Piave Vecchio – A younger, sweeter parm style—so uncomplicated and easy. Nutty, fruity and bold, this cheese has the perfect amount of crunch and delicious notes of pineapple. Pairs perfectly with red and white wines alike!

  • Mild Soppressata (8 oz) - Our Mild Soppressata is an Italian classic; rustic and savory. Our recipes and process stay true to traditional Italian salami & are produced with regional Italian spices and the old-world technique of slow air-curing for at least 45 days. Best with red wine, but surprisingly fun with a glass of bubbles too.

  • Mild Soppressata (8 oz) - Our Mild Soppressata is an Italian classic; rustic and savory. Our recipes and process stay true to traditional Italian salami & are produced with regional Italian spices and the old-world technique of slow air-curing for at least 45 days. Best with red wine, but surprisingly fun with a glass of bubbles too.

Legendary Cheese Collection (Vegetarian Option)

Includes:

  • Marcel Petite Comte – From the renowned Fort St. Antoine aging vault, these wheels are selected based on flavor, not on age or price, unlike most Comte imported into the U.S. Jason Hinds travels to the Fort up to 10 times a year to select wheels that will arrive at the Di Bruno Bros. counter at the peak of ripeness, when all of the beguiling flavors – hazelnuts, heavy cream, fried onions, spring berries, cut grass, wet earth and straw – start to come to life.

 

  • 1605 Manchego – Produced from manchega sheep raised on a diet of home-grown native grains, Finca Sierra de la Solana’s Manchego is one of the last PDO cheeses produced with a natural rind. This allows the cheese to breathe; the cut cheese has a clean aroma, smelling of hay and almond. While most industrial manchegos are one-note, 1605 Manchego sings with sweet juicy notes of pineapple and warm flavors of toasted brioche.

 

  • L’Amuse Gouda – Betty and Martin Koster have a deep connection with some of the finest Dutch opleggers (affineurs) in Holland, thanks to their magical cheese shop in Amsterdam, which was established in 1989. Betty exports a handful of expertly-aged cheese to the U.S., including one of our favorites, L’Amuse Gouda. L’Amuse has all of the characteristics of a great gouda: distinctive roasted hazelnut and burnt caramel flavor, with a velvety texture.

  • Cravero Parmigiano – Giorgio Cravero’s family has selected and aged Parmigiano Reggiano in Bra, Italy since 1855. The milk for our Parmigiano Reggiano, which Giorgio selects and ages for us, comes exclusively from the high fields (700 meters above sea level) of Benedello di Pavullo, where the grasses and flowers the cows feed on are very diverse. The cheesemaker makes only 8 wheels a day, yielding a cheese that represents the terroir of the region better than any other Parmigiano we’ve ever tasted. This is a dessert cheese, a snacking cheese and one to treasure – it is not a Parmigiano for grating!

  • Fig & Acacia Honey Jam (7.1 oz) - Use our jam to pair with cheese or as a glaze for roast pork or chicken, or as a delicious condiment for cakes, jelly rolls, tartlets & pies.

 

  • Sea Salt Crostini (7.04 oz) - The absolute perfect vessel for the cheese, meat, or dip of your choosing. Twice-baked for maximum crunch, with the perfect balance of olive oil and sea salt.

The Bryan Titus Trio will perform a 30 minute virtual concert after the tasting.

The Bryan Titus Trio grows up like a weed from a tangled and overgrown history of Bluegrass and American Roots Music. Recently touted as "Postmodern Barn Dance" band they write & perform toe-tapping tunes that evoke themes & melodies of yesterday with a pinch of modern irony. 

Bryan Titus draws heavily on lessons learned on his 2013 Through Hike of Appalachian Trail, especially the music he picked up in Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, & Virginia. His vocals are both smooth & rough, his guitar playing simultaneously

elegant & primitive. 

The Trio, comprised of Jeff Kranzler on Upright Bass & Dustin Janson on cajon and vocals, perfectly fills out and enhances each song with highly effective yet simple accompaniment.

*Due to COVID-19, Bryan will be performing solo*

Terms & Conditions:

My registration confirms that I agree to the following terms:

  • My participation is not mandatory and is of my own free will.

  • I acknowledge I am physical fit to participate.

  • By my participation, I acknowledge and understand the dangers and risks inherent in such activities related to preparing food, consuming food, consuming alcoholic beverages and working with tools and appliances.

  • I represent and warrant that I am at least 21 years of age. Upon delivery or pickup, as applicable, I shall present a government-issued identification card, evidencing my age, consistent with applicable legal requirements. I also agree that delivery of the alcoholic beverages may be withheld if I appear or the recipient of the delivery appears intoxicated when receiving delivery of such products. If I do not comply with these terms, I agree that the alcoholic beverage(s) will not be released, and you may forfeit the cost of such beverages. I further agree to not distribute alcoholic beverages to any persons under the age of 21 years of age nor partake in any illegal activities while under the influence of alcoholic beverage(s).

 

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