Check out our November Newsletter “featured” wine selections – great for Thanksgiving and budget friendly too!
To order any of these wines please call the store directly at 509-838-1229.
Abrazo Garnacha 2009 – Spain – Rustic and earthy aromas with just a hint of raisined fruit lead to juicy flavors of dark cherry, dried berry and spice with a touch of cranberry tartness. Balanced and friendly with solid structure, pair this with your holiday lamb or veal.
$11.95 – Special 8.95 – cc – 7.61
McManis Merlot 2009 – California – A perfect match with almost any of your holiday meals, this Merlot is plump and juicy with loads of black cherry and ripe plum with nuances of pepper and spice, and just a hint of huckleberry on the end. Light, dusty tannins and a lingering finish, everybody loves this… yum!
$12.95 – Special 10.95 – cc – 9.31
J. Lohr Valdiguie Wildflower 2010 – California – This is a perennial Thanksgiving favorite of ours because it has all the makings to pair beautifully with turkey. Juicy blueberry, black cherry, black raspberry and spice scents and flavors are balanced with nice acidity and moderate tannins. Growers in California called it Gamay because of its similarity to Beaujolais !
$10.95 – Special 9.95 – cc – 8.46
Domaine de Calet Cuvee Long Terme 2006 – France – This Syrah/Grenache blend delivers bold scents and flavors of roses, black raspberry, light tar and a bit of earth. Dark plum adds to the complexity of the fruit flavors along with some firm structure and a lingering finish. Try this “old world” style with roasted meats, hearty stews, or game birds.
$15.50 – Special 10.95 – cc – 9.31
Sterling Vintner’s Cabernet Sauvignon 2009 – California – This restaurant by-the-glass standard displays layers of deep, briary blackberry, currant, spice, and chocolate from California’s Central Coast. Soft floral and herbal nuances add complexity, and a year of aging in oak barrels added toasty vanilla spice. Firm structure displays a bit of espresso on the lightly dusty finish. There’s good reason they use it in restaurants…
$17.50 – Special 13.95 – cc – 11.86
Seven Daughters Red, NV – California – This Merlot-based kitchen sink blend is loaded with aromas and flavors of black raspberry, baked strawberry, cola and a hint of bramble. Juicy, happy and smooth, the raspberry and strawberry elements shine through with nice acidity and mellow tannins. The Syrah adds just a touch of peppery spice to the long, memorable finish. Yum!
$16.50 – Special 13.95 – cc – 11.86
DeLoach Pinot Noir 2009 – California – Pinot Noir is the wine most commonly paired with turkey, and this one will not disappoint. Classic scents and flavors of black cherry, strawberry and pale, ripe blackberry are enhanced with a bit of a roasty quality in a medium weight offering. Smooth on the palate with a bit of spice, this wine is easy drinking with a lovely, long finish.
$16.50 – Special 13.95 – cc – 11.86
Loredona Viognier 2009 – California – What a beauty! You’ll think you’re in a fruit orchard with orange blossom and apricot scents followed by rich, ripe flavors of peach, orange and a hint of spice. Full flavored with a lovely viscosity, the lightly tart & citrusy flavors keep on delivering, much to your enjoyment. YUM!
$10.95 – Special 8.95 – cc – 7.61
Rotari Rosé Sparkling – Italy – This is a lovely sparkling wine to serve at any of your holiday activities. Scents and flavors of brioche and super ripe strawberry burst from the glass. The yummy ripe and delicate berry flavors are enhanced by a lovely, soft mousse that just keeps delivering with a long, lovely finish. NICE! And a great price!
$13.95- Special 10.95 – cc – 9.31
Monte Velho White 2009 – Portugal - Comprised of three grapes we can’t pronounce nor do we know much about, except that they make a darn TASTY wine! You’ll enjoy floral aromas with hints of tangerine, pineapple and a bit of mineral leading to rich-textured flavors of Asian pear, toast and a hint of nuttiness. An all-over-the-mouth feeling and a lingering finish make this a genuine crowd pleaser!
$11.95- Special 10.95 – cc – 9.31
40 Nights White 2009 – Washington – This carefully constructed blend of 95% Chardonnay and 5% Riesling produces complex and intriguing scents and flavors of spice, oak, green apple and pear with just a hint of white peach. You may notice undertones of pale lime on the finish, and the lovely fruit flavors laced with a touch of tartness just keep going and going.
$12.95- Special 10.95 – cc – 9.31
Joel Gott Pinot Gris 2010 – Oregon – This California producer uses Oregon fruit to create a lovely, bright and lively Pinot Gris. With pear, lemon-lime and mineral scents, the texture arrives somewhat creamy with a bit of orange peel and more pear and citrus nuances in the flavor. The finish is long and lovely, and perfectly appealing, making this a fabulous Thanksgiving white.
$20.95 – Special 12.95 – cc – 11.01