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  • 2014 Ken Wright Pinot Noir Freedom Hill Vineyard – USA, Oregon, Willamette Valley (4/9/2021)
    WIML92

    Tasted non blind.

    Garnet to dark garnet color in the glass, clear looking throughout. Nose of Birch, black berries and black cherries. Flavors of black berries, black cherries and black raspberries. Medium acidity, medium tannin, full bodied. Drink over the short to medium term. I’d lean towards the next two years or so. (92 points)

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  • 2007 Ken Wright Pinot Noir Carter Vineyard – USA, Oregon, Willamette Valley, Eola – Amity Hills (11/2/2019)
    WIML92

    Tasted non blind.

    Dark garnet color in the glass, clear looking throughout. Nose of light notes of barnyard followed by black berries and plums. Flavors of black cherries, berries and raspberries. Bright acidity, medium tannin, full bodied. Drink or hold. (92 points)

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Wright’s Gourmet House
1200 S. Dale Mabry
Tampa, FL 33629
(813) 253-3838
http://www.wrightsgourmet.com/

February 2, 2011

Wright’s has been serving up basic sandwiches, salads and desserts since 1963. According to their website Marjorie and Pete Wright started this company on April 20, 1963 in a tiny storefront with second-hand equipment.

I ordered the Club ($7.50) which is a double decker sandwich consisting of turkey breast, ham, bacon, Jarlsberg cheese, lettuce, tomato served with their in house made mustard sauce plus mayonnaise on top of pumpernickel bread. The sandwich was a solid offering and way too big for me to eat by myself so I ended up taking half back to my hotel room in case I needed a snack. Cynthia opted for the Cuban ($7.75) made up of seasoned and roasted pork with added ham, Genoa salami, turkey breast, pickles and Jarlsberg cheese also served with their in house made mustard sauce on top of Cuban bread. Once again a solid offering that was way too large for one person to eat so we took half back to the room as well. This left enough room for us to each share their in house made Hummingbird and Peanut Butter Chocolate cupcakes. Both were good but I felt they were a bit firm in texture as though maybe they had been sitting in the cooler for quite a while.

Service was friendly (if you can actually mess up standing in a line waiting to order your sandwich) but I felt like the food was being prepared a bit on the slow side. We came in at an odd hour around 3PM so it left me wondering what the line would be like at straight up Noon. My guess is it would be a slow mover heading out the door so a word of caution only.

Wright’s is open Monday through Friday, 7AM until 6PM; Saturday 8AM until 4PM. Closed Sunday. Attire is casual. Parking is complimentary around the building if you can find a spot. Major credit cards are accepted.

Wright’s: recommended for a quick bite.

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