• Jul


    • Napa & Sonoma

      <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Napa and Sonoma Valley, the two just kinda go together, don&#39;t you think?&nbsp; This isn&rsquo;t a high school rivalry! We&#39;re not trying to pin one AVA against another. What&#39;s an AVA anyway? I mean, other than an acronym for something.....</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>The point is, It&#39;s FRIDAY and we&#39;re not messin around. It&#39;s NAPA, It&#39;s SONOMA, it&#39;s time to get your &quot;wine on&quot; and we&#39;ve got the stuff to do it.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>...

    • Jul


    • White Burgundy / Red Burgundy

      <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Red Burgundy is wine that is made in the Burgundy region of eastern France using 100% Pinot Noir grapes. That&#39;s right, red Burgundy is just a Pinot Noir. White Burgundy is also made in Burgundy, but, since it is white, it is made from 100% Chardonnay grapes. That&#39;s it. Pretty simple, right?<br /> &nbsp;</p> <p>Over the centuries, Burgundy has become known for being the best land in the world for producing both Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.<br /> &nbsp;</p> <p>...

    • Jul



    • Dec


    • Gift Basket Flip Book

      Ho Ho Ho! Our 2016 Gift Baskets are ready to order and we've created a flipbook to make your holiday shopping easy. Just click on the flipbook <a href...

    • May


    • Know Your Palate

      Many people take for granted enjoying a bottle of their favorite wine with friends. Being able to describe why they like a particular wine is something that many wine lovers have trouble doing. Their lack of descrip...

    • Apr


    • Selectivity is a must

      Once again the wine press is hailing the arrival of another in the long list of great vintage wines. For weeks now we have been hearing the rumblings about the 2010 Brunello's from Italy. A year ago all they cou...

    • Belgian Abbey Ales

      Brewed by monks in, you guessed it, abbeys, sometimes for profit (Chimay, Rochefort, Westmalle, Orval, Achel), but other times just for the sustainment of the abbey (Westvleteren), these ales are the ‘holiest’ in Belgium. There are four styles commonly brewed from outside consumption: abbey single, dubbel, tripel, and quadrupel. Despite being named for the relative amounts of ...

    • Belgium Ales

        Much like Germany’s lager brewing tradition, Belgium has centuries old history steeped in brewing. From light and flavorful Witbiers (wheat beers with coriander and orange peel) to rich and full bodied Belgian Strong Ales, the hallmark of this coun...

    • Ales

      The most diverse category of beer, if you have a craving for a particular flavor profile you can be guaranteed to find an ale that will fulfill that desire. From the intensely hopped India Pale Ales of California, to the richly layered malt and yeast complexity of the Abb...

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