|Wines of Summer Class|
Wednesday, July 29th at 7:00pm
|Ah Summertime . . . the Beach, BBQ’s, and relaxing nights on the patio. With so many avenues to enjoy this time of year, don’t forget the same goes for wine! So join us for this exciting class as we take you through some great whites, rosés, and reds to enjoy wherever the summer sun takes you!|
$35.00, RSVP 203-259-469
|Topic of the Week|
Spotlight on India Pale Lagers
|Wine News |
In wine there's truth -Pliny the Elder
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|* * New Arrival * *|
Zeltinger Sonnenuhr Kabinett 2011
Although bottled in May – not picked until mid-October still showed yeasty fermentative overtones that initially crowded-out site typical heliotrope, honeysuckle, and fresh apple. There is a remarkable sense of delicacy to accompany this wine’s subtle creaminess – especially considering how discreet is its sense of sweetness – plus plenty of primary juiciness, flowing into a finish that has a rather watercolor-like effect of suggesting transparency allied to a subtle bleeding of fruity, floral, and mineral colorations into one another.
90 pts Robert Parker
He was a wise man who invented beer -Plato
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Relic Brewing Company
|* * New Arrivals * *|
|Anchor Double Liberty IPA|
$10.69 . . . 4pbtl
Anchor IPA™ is made with 2-row barley malt and fresh whole-cone hops, its bright amber color, distinctively complex aroma, spiky bitterness, malty depth, and clean finish unite to create a uniquely flavorful, memorable, and timeless craft IPA.
|Evil Twin Fire Water|
$10.69 . . . 22oz
Pale Ale with Jalapeno Peppers added
$15.69 . . . 750ml
A Belgian-style farmhouse ale. The aroma is dominated by fruity esters reminiscent of citrus fruits along with a moderate earthy and floral hop aroma. Deep gold, hue, medium-bodied and has a very refreshing effervescence which, along with a fairly low alcohol content of 6% by volume. Complex flavors and aromas, bottled for at least six weeks before being released.
$22.99 . . . 750ml
Caravedo Pisco takes its name from the distillery, which was
established way back in 1684. The spirit itself is a “pisco puro,” which
means that it’s produced from only one of the eight grape varietals
allowed by Peruvian law. La Caravedo comes from the Quebranta grape, a
non-aromatic varietal from the Peruvian coast known for its body and
fullness of flavor.
La Caravedo Pisco pours crystal clear in the
glass. On the nose, it’s earthy and slightly sweet, with floral
botanicals and fruit. Take a sip for crisp flavors of grapes, apples,
grains and a hint of sweetness. It’s clean and lively on the palate,
with a lip smacking quality that kept us going back for more. The finish
is long, dry and warming.
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