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Perfect Wine For Thanksgiving?

Selecting wines for holiday dinners can be a daunting task. Whether you're faced with mystery menus where you're headed, or accommodating the unexpected dishes brought by guests, these wines are selected primarily for value and versatility. And we've clearly tagged them throughout the store with the wreath image at left.


Mas Alta Black Slate Priorat
2010 Mas Alta
Black Slate Priorat

Robert Parker gave this wine a 94, saying "When’s the last time anyone found a Priorat rated over 90 points for under $25 a bottle? A project of acclaimed Rhone Valley winemakers Philippe Cambie and Michel Tardieu from one of Priorat’s nine villages, La Vilella Alta, the 2010 Black Slate was fashioned from 60% Garnacha, 35% Carignan and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon, aged 12 months in French oak, and bottled unfined and unfiltered. Notes of graphite, blueberry liqueur, raspberries, crushed rocks and spring flowers jump from the glass of this inky/purple-colored wine. It possesses fabulous intensity, a multidimensional mouthfeel, supple tannins and a long finish. The natural alcohol pushes 16%, and there are 1,000 cases exported to the United States. It should keep for 5-10+ years. Priorat wines such as this normally sell for over $100 a bottle."

A little young now, but this is an exceptional wine that will be even better for years to come. This wine is a steal at under $25.00

Plozner TER 2008
Plozner TER 2008
Venezia Giulia
From the Producer: An appealing blend of Cabernet, Merlot and the local Refosco grape. Fresh aromas of berry fruits and a full, velvety mouth feel. A wine of impressive character, but not overly aromatic, it can be enjoyed with a wide range of dishes. TER offers the velvety smoothness of a classic Bordeaux blend of MERLOT and CABERNET SAUVIGNON but adds the distinctiveness of the local REFOSCO dal PEDUNCOLO ROSSO variety. A wine to be shared with good friends and good food!

2 for $12.00

Main Street Winery Pinot Noir 2008
Main Street Winery
Pinot Noir 2008
From the Producer: The aromas of the 2009 Main Street Pinot Noir are bright with generous cherry, wood and vanilla. The palate displays flavors of blackberry, sassafras, and a touch of mineral and mint. The finish is nicely structured and ready to enjoy now.


CMS Sauvignon Blanc 2009
CMS Sauvignon Blanc 2009

From the Producer: Light straw color. Aromas of pear, grapefruit peel, wet straw and gooseberry with hints of custard and asparagus. Crisp acidity is apparent on the entry and nish but is balanced by fruit sweetness and a relatively rich and viscous mouthfeel on the mid-palate. The gooseberry and wet straw are evident throughout tasting. The nish is long but invites you to take another drink. A wonderfully complex and inviting Sauvignon Blanc. Is excellent by itself or with shelfish and “lighter” seafood.


Marques de Caceres

Marques de Caceres
Rioja White 2011

From the Producer: Luminous, pale straw color with metallic highlights. Lively bouquet combining pears and mineral notes with a discreet depth of grapefruit. Well-integrated fruit flavors awaken the palate with their refreshing vivacity and persist in the mouth to give good length.
An ideal wine to relax with as a delicious aperitif or to accompany seafood, grilled fish and shellfish, rice and pasta dishes, etc. Also complements sushi and sashimi dishes.


Masi Masianco Pinot Grigio
Masi Masianco
Pinot Grigio 2009
From the Producer: The wine has an intense straw-yellow color. The intense and fragrant bouquet is characterized by floral (wisteria) and fruity (apple, pear, bananas) notes. On the palate, it has a pleasant acidity, good freshness and intense taste. Medium bodied. The over-ripened Verduzzo leaves a delicate hazelnut note on the finish. A unique wine with a distinct personality, Masianco balances the clean, white fruit and citric acidity of Pinot Grigio with the complex, buttery, tropical fruit notes of Verduzzo


Angeline Pinot Noir
Angeline Pinot Noir 2011
From the Producer: Our Pinot Noir is produced from fruit that abounds with intense fruit and rich aromas. By “cold soaking” the crushed grapes and fermenting at moderate temperatures, bright fruit flavors are extracted from the grape, without harsh tannins. This Pinot Noir is a lively garnet color with aromas of intense fruit, luscious vanilla and spice. Bright fruit flavors of fresh strawberry, cherry, raspberry and ripe plum are layered with creamy vanilla, earthy overtones, tea spice and sweet toasty oak on the finish. food & wine pairing Enjoy our Angeline Pinot Noir with lightly seared tuna, grilled salmon, or pork loin in olive oil and oregano.


Robertson Winery Chenin Blanc 2010
Robertson Winery
Chenin Blanc 2010
From the Producer: An appealing light straw colour. Light with lovely ripe, attractive rounded fruit. Fresh floral nose and an exciting acid balance. Enjoy now with seafood, smoked salmon, roast chicken and pork.


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