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Tell your dad thanks with these recommendations...

Recommendations for Dad this Father’s Day

Benromash- Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whiskey- Organic...$63.99
Benromach Organic is the first Soil Association certified Organic single malt whisky and has enjoyed maturation in new oak, though this is a well-oaked dram, there is plenty of toffee and spice.

Macallan 10 year Single Malt Scotch Whisky...$42.99
Matured in Bourbon & Sherry Oak Casks. This is complex with soft and malty balanced of oak and fruit.

greet the warm weather with a Rosé

Rosé wines are an ideal pick for these warm evenings that have arrived. These wines are highly versatile and great with any bbq or picnic.  

Rosé wines are generally made from red grapes. It depends on the country, but the popular grape varieties are Grenache, Syrah, Pinot Noir, Sangiovese and Cinsault. Their pink color depends on the amount of time the grape skin stays in contact with the juice. The longer the grape skins are left sitting on the wine, the darker the color of the finished rosé.

Discovering French Wines


Have you ever wanted to try a bottle of French wine but you just couldn’t figure out which one to buy? Just reading the label on a bottle of French Wine can be a daunting task.

Come learn with us on Friday, March 25th from 4:30-6:30pm as we discover and taste French Wines with Master Sommelier, Damon Ornowski.

A starting point…

luck of the Irish

We can all be Irish for a day with these drinks...

Jameson Irish Whiskey
Jameson Irish Whiskey is triple distilled and made from Barley.  The Barley gives Irish Whiskey a more delicate and balanced flavor, especially when you compare it to Bourbon, Scotch or Canadian Whiskey.  Any whiskey drinker with find the rich, mellow flavors of Jameson easy to enjoy.  Jameson is great mixed with ginger ale, cranberry juice and a twist of lime, a splash of Cola or just served over ice.

Sip and Learn about Sake!

One of my favorite things about our dedicated tasting room is having the opportunity to try new things and to learn more. This Friday, we will be investigating the world of Sake. We will be looking at how it is made, common misconceptions, styles, and of course tasting some of the best premium chilled sakes!  Come with questions and an open palate.

What is Sake?

(Pronounced  sah-keh)

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