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Mega Huge Labor Day Wine & Gift Sale
Monday, August 25th thru Monday, September 1st
All Cases of Wine, Solid or Mixed: 15% OFF our everyday low prices!
(Does not include End of Bin, Futures, Special Orders or Pre-Sales)
Monday, August 25th thru Monday, September 1st
Most Gifts will be 30% OFF!!!

Last Time Before Christmas.
(Does not include Olive Oils, Gift Baskets, Cheese, or Already Discounted Items)

Special Labor Day Hours, Monday September 1st: 9 - 4:00

Friday, August 29th
“The Wines of Fredrick Wildman & Sons”

5 to 6:30
No Charge
We will taste……
2010 Chateau St. Sulpice Bordeaux Rouge, $12.99 ($14.99)
2012 Hugel Gentil Blanc, Alsace, $11.99 ($13.99)
2011 Paul Jaboulet “Parallèle 45” Côtes du Rhône Rouge, $12.99 ($14.99)
2007 Santi Amarone, $37.99 ($43.99)
2012 Christian Moreau Chablis Grand Cru Les Clos, 92WS, 92-93+WA, $82.99 ($86.99)
2013 Churchill’s Estate Rosé, Douro, $16.99 ($18.99)
New Blowout Wines!
Open Tuesday, August 26th after 4:00
Labor Day is just one week away, and we have some wines to go with your long weekend! Presenting the Piedmont Wine Project Wines! Made by Alberto Cordero di Montezemolo (from the eponymous 600 year old Barolo Estate), these are wines made for the Hardworking People of Piedmont. Not everyone can drink Barolo every day, but they certainly can afford the super-fresh and lovely “Asinel” made of Arneis, Cortese and Moscato grapes and the juicy and delicious “Gambai” made from Ruche, Pelaverga and Barbera. And check out the labels! “Asinel” is slang for “donkey” and “Gambai” is slang for “boot”, two symbols of hard-work and dedication. So, this weekend, after working your “Asinel” off, you should kick off your “Gambai” and enjoy these wines!

On sale for $12.99, Regularly $17.99 15% Off a case
Call 980-9995 to order your wines 

Talk About All American Wines: Cherry Pie and Cherry Tart!!
Both Wines  will be open Monday, August 25th after 4:00
2011 Cherry Pie Pinot Noir
The 2011 Cherry Pie Pinot Noir is deep and concentrated. It shows weighty textural richness in its sweet, juicy red cherries, mint, cinnamon and cloves. The 2011 Cherry Pie lives up to its name, although this year leans more toward dark Bing cherries; it has tons of energy and minerality to support the dense fruit. Sweet floral notes add lift on the finish. The 2011 is a gorgeous, exuberant Cherry Pie with great balance and overall harmony.
Sale $46.99, Reg. $49.99  

2012 Cherry Tart
While walking through a new vineyard for his now famous Cherry Pie Single-Vineyard Pinot Noir, Winemaker Jayson Woodbridge was struck with a new concept: applying his “micro fermentation” technique used on Cherry Pie to three vineyards, in order to create a “Multi-Single-Vineyard blend”. Utilizing the unique taste and flavor profiles of three single vineyards, combined with the artisan micro winemaking approach of its namesake Cherry Pie, small individual lots are micro fermented in puncheon barrels.
“Rich and approachable, driven by layers of blackberry, wild berry, cherry and plum flavors. Well-proportioned, this maintains a fruity profile amid firm tannins. Drink now through 2022. 14,000 cases made. 90 points.” –Wine Spectator
                     Sale $17.99   Reg. $24.99            
  15% Off Case Mix and Match

Call 980-9995 to order

The New BIG McDeal !!
Our regular everyday low price on McManis is $10.99 but, this week only, during our 15% discount sale, buy 2 or more cases of McManis, mix or match, and the
bottle price drops to $9.99 plus 15% Discount! This sale includes Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot, Viognier, Petite Sirah, & Zinfandel ONLY.
The Wines will be open after 4:00 on Thursday.

2009 & 2010 Chateauneuf du Pape Sale
From Wine Advocate, Issue #197, October 31, 2011
“Two Terrific Vintages in the Southern Rhone”
(One Excellent, One Great)
“Across all ap-pellations, the 2009s are rich, full-bodied, velvety textured, front end-loaded, powerful wines…..The bigger red wines of Châteauneuf du Pape, Vacqueyras and Gigondas will last a decade,”
“This is a great vintage that comes close in quality to 2007 in the southern Rhône…..The 2010s will have significant aging potential, which is obvious in the level of tannins, but the tannins are sweet with exceptional elegance and finesse. The ratio of high extractive and phenolic skins to the juice has produced wines of extraordinary intensity, freshness, aromatic potential and obvious longevity. This is another great vintage that offers an embarrassment of riches for this region that has enjoyed a succession of extraordinary years.”
We have a few left in the cellar and there are still
a few available at the distributor level. Supplies are
very limited. Please provide a C.C. to secure your order.

2009 Brunello (Pre)-Sale
Please click here to view a list of what we have in stock plus some others available from the wholesalers.  We have also included some older vintages so take a look at the attachment and let us know if you want to order anything. As you see, some wines have very limited availability so don’t delay.
Please provide a credit card to secure your order.
St Cosme Sale

We have just received our small allocation of 2012 St Cosme.  St. Cosme is regarded as the best producer of Gigondas in the World
2012 St Cosme Condrieu $67.99 a bottle ($77.99)  3 bottles available  91WA,  92 IWC
2012 St Cosme Gigondas “Hominis Fides” $96.99 a bottle ($109.99)  6 bottles available  93-96WA,  92-94 IWC
2012 St Cosme Gigondas “Valbelle”  $65.99 a bottle ($75.99)  3 bottles available  92-94WA,  91-93 IWC
2011 St Cosme Chateauneuf du Pape Rouge  $51.99 a bottle ($58.99)  7 cases  89-92WA
2013 St Cosme Cotes du Rhone Blanc $19.99 a bottle ($22.99)  5 cases
2012 St Cosme Gigondas Rouge $39.99 a bottle ($44.99)  3 cases   90-92WA, 91-93 IWC
NV St Cosme Little James Basket Press Rouge $11.99 a bottle ($14.99)  14 cases
2012 St Cosme Gigondas “Le Claux”  $96.99 a bottle ($109.99)  12 bottle available  93-96WA, 92-94 IWC

Our Annual Summer Oregon Pinot Noir Sale Featuring Vintage 2012
Since football starts in just 3 weeks and we know where and what our minds will be focused on soon, AND, we know how much you like Oregon Pinot, we decided to give you something to think about now! In case you haven’t heard, 2012 Vintage for Oregon is a huge success! Although the yields were small, the grapes are the highest quality since 2008. Of course this means people from all around the world are going to try to get their hands on as much as they can stand. Here is your chance to get the jump on the field. To view a list of 2012 Pinot Noir that are available either here in the Shoppe or sitting in a climate controlled warehouse just across town: click here.
*******Don’t wait until Pinot Camp (February 17th, 2015) to stock up.*******
Have fun looking and let us know if you want to purchase anything.

Oregon Pinot Noir Update

By Josh Raynolds, IWC

In the eyes of most Willamette Valley winemakers 2012 is a pinot vintage for the record books, and by all accounts the market is in agreement:  the wines have sold swiftly and in many cases are all gone at the wineries and even at the wholesale and retail levels in many markets.  A smaller than normal yield meant that the wines would be allocated, regardless, but as soon as word got out about the overall high quality of the wines all bets were off.  A number of retailers I've spoken to reported that they're selling through their '12s, especially those from big-name wineries, as quickly as they can get them, and that they could easily sell twice as much.  In a sense this is the same phenomenon that pinot producers in northern California are experiencing, the big difference being that the crop down south was usually huge.
New Baker's Dozen Wines
15% Discount of full or mixed cases of these wine for the entire month of August.
Fiddle Creek Pinot Gris $12.99 ($14.99)
Edna Valley Chardonnay $9.99 ($15.99)
Four Vines Naked (Unoaked) Chardonnay $8.99 ($13.99)
Four Vines “Truant” Zinfandel $8.99 ($13.99)
Gerard Bertrand Corbieres $11.99 ($21.99) 90WS
D’Arenberg “Stump Jump” Shiraz $9.99 ($12.99)
Xiloca Garnacha $12.99 ($20.99)
D’Arenberg “Stump Jump” GSM $9.99 ($12.99)
Martin Códax Albarino $11.99 ($15.99)
Les Roches Touraine $10.99 ($12.99)
Petit Caprice Blanc $9.99 ($11.99)
Cortijo Rosado $10.99 ($11.99)
Palama “Arcangelo” Salice Salentino $12.99 ($15.99)

Veuve de Vernay Sparkling Brut $9.99 ($12.99)
August Only
ALL Gift items 20% OFF!!!
Check out our unique selections!
New Items Arriving Weekly!

Does not include gift baskets, cheese, olive oil or already discounted/clearance items.
Upcoming Wine Tastings:

Friday, August 22nd Oregon and Washington Open House Wine Tasting (No Charge) 5-6:30
Friday, August 29th “The Wines of Fredrick Wildman & Sons” Wine Tasting (No Charge) 5-6:30
Friday, September 5th New Baker's Dozen Wines Tasting (No Charge) 5-6:30

Friday, September 12th VIN ITALY is Back (No Charge) 5-6:30
Friday, September 19th Australian Wine Tasting  (No Charge) 5-6:30
Upcoming Wine Classes:

Tuesday, September 9th
“The Triumphant Return of Merlot”
7 to 8:30
$35.00 per person

Tuesday, September 23rd  

“Icons of Wine: Michel Chapoutier”
7 to 8:30
$40.00 per person

Stop by Saturday afternoons for our

“Wines of the Moment”

Each Saturday afternoon, we will open a couple of bottles of our favorite wines and share them with whoever stops by (must be 21 of course).


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