Lets go: Taste more and spend less with these flight deals

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Perrine Prieur, owner/sommelier of Perrines Wine Shop in Atlanta helps customers experience the differences and similarities at regular tastings. (Beckysteinphotography.com)

Credit: Gil Kulers

Perrine Prieur, owner/sommelier of Perrines Wine Shop in Atlanta helps customers experience the differences and similarities at regular tastings. (Beckysteinphotography.com)

Credit: Gil Kulers

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Perrine Prieur, owner/sommelier of Perrines Wine Shop in Atlanta helps customers experience the differences and similarities at regular tastings. (Beckysteinphotography.com)

Credit: Gil Kulers

Credit: Gil Kulers

Whether wine or whiskey, the following restaurants offer flight deals that are perfectly paired with everything from tapas to oysters.

SOHO Atlanta Restaurant: Throughout August, wine lovers can experience fine wines from Sonoma, California. Each week, three wines are showcased and paired with tapas crafted specially by Executive Chef Scott Warren. Per glass, wine is $9.50; per flight, $14.25; a glass of wine and tapas pairing is $13; and a flight and any one tapas is $19.

Vine & Tap: On Wednesdays, their trio wine flights are $15. The rotating selection is chosen by owner/sommelier Ian Mendelsohn. As a bonus, oysters are $1 during happy hour.

Southern Art and Bourbon Bar: Every Tuesday is Whiskey and Swine, a pairing of regionally sourced heritage-breed hams with a flight of bourbons selected from the restaurant's extensive collection. While being produced in the same areas and within similar conditions, hams and bourbon exhibit smoky complexity from barrel and barn, natural sweetness from brown sugar and corn and a taste that ranges from sharp to creamy. The pairing is $25.