Products priced for 750 ml bottles unless otherwise noted.
Clark: Pascual Toso Brut Nature Cuvee Argentina
I have visited this winery twice and have been amazed at the still and sparkling wines produced there under the leadership of Enrique Toso. Grapes come from vines a half century old and older. Yield is extremely low and the fruit delivers a style that’s very dry and delicate. This is a great “welcome” wine for any gathering, and also perfect for shellfish and seafood dishes. In Argentina, it’s the barbeque wine of choice."
Henrik: Double Canyon Horse Heaven Hills Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
91 points, Wine Enthusiast; 90 points, Wine Spectator. This is an obvious winner for Cab lovers. It offers up an enticing array of ripe red and black plum, intermixed with notes of fresh red cherry. In the blend, the addition of Syrah adds to a full and rich texture on the mid-palate, further accented by bright acidity from the Petit Verdot, sweet red fruit from the Merlot and luscious blackberry notes supplied by the Malbec. The soft and supple mouthfeel is supported by the complexity of sweet oak tannins and fresh fruit character, finishing with the juicy acidity that is characteristic of Horse Heaven Hills.
Chris K: Andrew Will Cabernet Franc 2014
The 2014 Andrew Will Cabernet Franc is a wonderful medium to full-bodied red with a very smooth tannic profile. We are very excited to bring this wine into Arkansas, as Andrew Will is one of the most highly regarded wineries from Washington State. The soft tannins showcase the perfect balance of dark fruit and earth. Enjoy this wine with roasted poultry, smoked ham or even grilled steak.
Maggie: Melée Grenache California 2014
I can’t say enough good things about this wine. The grapes are all estate grown on Dundee Hills (a very prestigious place in the Willamette Valley), and the winery is run by family that sees themselves as stewards to the land. The wine tastes fantastic!
Roberto: Summers Andriana’s Cuvee Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
Friends, this is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon grapes procured from several select vineyards in Napa and Sonoma Counties, including the Summers' own estate vineyards. The wine is medium-bodied with a deep ruby plum color. It is rich in texture, showing off notes of black currant, cedar and spice and laced with plums, espresso and dark cherries with subtle floral notes rounding out the finish. Pair with roast chicken, London broil or even dark chocolate.
David: Owen Roe Sinister Hand 2016
63% Grenache, 16% Syrah, 16% Mourvedre, 5% Cinsault. A record-breaking hot vintage led to an early harvest in some of the vineyards in which fruit for the Sinister Hand was sourced. Varying ripening dates resulted in layers of complexity within each block, rendering beautiful aromas of black pepper, clove and juniper with juicy hints of dried strawberry, pie cherries and fig. Flavors of chocolate, green peppercorn and boysenberry are delicious on the palate, resulting in a full-bodied, mouthcoating Rhone-styled blend. Enjoy!
Aaron: Sea Monster Eclectic White Blend 2015
This big beautiful wine is a blend of Viognier, Grenache Blanc, Riesling, Gewurztraminer, and Rousanne. It is intensely aromatic and super flavorful. Aromas of honeydew, white flowers, tropical citrus and lemongrass are balanced with nice acidity and a long finish. This wine is easily enjoyed on its own, but is also a great accompaniment to a hearty risotto with a generous amount of parmesan. Cheers!
Mel: Michele Chiarlo Nivole Moscato D’Asti 2015
This sweet, fragrant, lightly sparkling wine has vivid aromas and flavors of peach, apricot, grapefruit and sage on a light body with a delicate finish typical of Moscato d’Asti. I love to just sip it, but it’s also an excellent companion to fresh pastries and fruit such as strawberries and peaches.
Austin: the Sexton Single Malt Irish Whiskey
This is an excellent, very easy drinking Irish Whiskey. Up in the cold grey reaches of Ireland the Sextons tend to the spirits digging the fresh graves of the River Rush Graveyard. To be a Sexton is a spiritual trade and whiskey is their favorite spirit. Whiskey crafted on the ancient and wild North Coast of Ireland, deep in the heart of County Antrim. Yes, this is a very easy-to-drink whiskey.
Josh: Four Roses Single Barrel Bourbon
Four Roses is a fantastic bourbon that has withstood the test of time. Founded in 1888, Four Roses has survived prohibition, the Great Depression, two World Wars, being exiled from the US for 40 years only to return to awards and accolades for the quality of this whisky. On the nose pleasant notes of stone fruit, spices, gentle floral notes, creamy caramel, vanilla, cocoa, maple syrup, and moderately woody. The palate bursts with ripe plum and cherries. Exquisitely smooth, with a robust full body and fantastic texture that leads into a lingering finish; enjoy it neat or on the rocks or in your favorite cocktail.
Colin: Rogue Dead Guy
“An ale inspired by the style of a German Maibock, brewed using our proprietary Pacman yeast, Dead Guy Ale is deep honey in color with a malty aroma, rich hearty flavor and a well-balanced finish.” – Rogue Ales
Chris M.: Straffe Hendrik 2011/2012 Heritage Oak Aged Quadrupel Ale
This Straffe Hendrik Heritage is a special version of the well-known Straffe Hendrik Quadruple. The dark and heavy beer is allowed to mature for more than a year in oak casks in the brewery’s cellars, which date back to the Middle Ages. This gives the beer a more complex taste. The tannins form a harmonious unity with the rich flavors of the special malts. Straffe Hendrik Heritage is a beer that can be kept for several years, during which time the taste will further evolve in the bottle. As it gets older, a hint of port or Madeira wine will become more evident. Limited.
Josh L.: Cascade Brewing Apricot Sour Ale
What the brewer says: “This NW style sour blond ale was barrel aged for up to nine months, then aged on fresh apricots for an additional six months. Aromas of sweet apricot blossoms and tart fruit are present as you draw the glass near. Deep, rich apricot flesh, then tart apricot notes dance on the palate and lead to a sweet apricot flesh finish with a lingering fruit tartness."
Dylan: Wiseacre: Gotta Get Up To Get Down
This is a beautiful coffee milk stout, brewed with Ethiopian coffee beans, and sweetened with milk sugars. With juuust enough caffeine to open up your eyes to the larger possibilities, this is the vodka Red Bull for those who prefer to stay in. Enjoy! 5% ABV IBU 15
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