Trisler Wine Bar, known as Mission Valleys first and only wine bar it offers music and a laid back atmosphere. It isn’t a large wine bar but does have a particular charm about it. Clean and located within an upscale shopping district and luxury apartment complex it is a popular spot for professionals in the area. A nice place to sit, relax, listen to the tunes, and talk with residents.
With their large wine selection they offer an opportunity to taste different kinds of wine beyond Chardonnay, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Their selection includes both red and white wines. Bordeaux’s from France, Zinfandel’s from California, Malbec’s from Italy, and Rieslin’s from Germany are just some of their offerings. There are others on the menu that you may want to try.
Of course it can be difficult to enjoy a glass of wine without a nice appetizer to go with it. Cheese is generally a favorite with wine. In the spirit of light eating Promenade Cheese Platter, Brie with Caramelized Onions, and Smoke Salmon are some of the offerings you may enjoy. Sip your wine and enjoy the light menu.
According to Eatocracy there are five rules for pairing cheese and wine (1). 1.) white wine goes with cheese, 2.) go light or old red, 3.) light wines with light food, 4.) cabernet with salt cheese, 5.) blue cheese and sweet wine. Picking the right cheese with the right kind of wine is important to ensure that you are meeting the right palate mixture.
Trisler’s beauty is its simplicity. Simplicity is known to go with eloquence which focuses on being ingenious, simple, and neat. It is the type of place people frequent after work to enjoy the atmosphere and varied musical schedule. Walk in and sit a few moments before going back home. You might want to jump off the trolley line for a half hour before heading off to your final destination.
8555 Station Village Ln,
San Diego, CA 92108