Category Archives: What We’re Drinking

Make every night a Bordeaux night

No need to save Bordeaux for special occasions or let it languish in your cellar for decades. There are plenty of perfectly drinkable – and affordable! – bottles of Bordeaux for everyday drinking.

A little incentive for you? We’re offering 10% off 6 bottles or more from our Affordable Bordeaux More

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Categories: What We're Drinking, Wine Education
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A drink with the Crowleys

They are here. And almost gone. I speak of the Downton Abbey wines, a white and a red from Bordeaux of which even Carson would approve.

We tasted these wines yesterday and were quite impressed. Though some wines that latch on to a celebrity name or brand are not stellar … More

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Categories: New Arrivals, What We're Drinking
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Goulish wines for Halloween

Halloween is fast approaching (as in 3 days from now!). The evening is full of spooky revelry for both kids and adults. In my neighborhood, after the kiddos are in bed and the masses have subsided, the adults get together for their own version of candy – wine & cocktails! … More

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Categories: What We're Drinking, Wine Recommendations
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Zinfandel. A History

May is National BBQ month, and what better wine to go with BBQ than Zinfandel!  So with that, a little history of Zinfandel

Origin: Croatia
Hot Spot: California, Southern Italy
SynonymsPrimitivo, Plavac Mali

Zinfandel is often touted as the ideal grape for 4th of July … More

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Share your favorite wines this holiday with our friends at the SkinnyScoop!

Pick your favorites from our wine lists and log into the Skinny Scoop to share your favorites!
First up… bubbly!

Categories: Holidays, What We're Drinking
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