What’s In Store: January

Fish Love Muscadet 

Did you know that Muscadet and fish are a match made in heaven?
Here are some of our favorite bottles that you’ll find on display this month:

Muscadet Sèvre et Maine, Dom. de la Louvetrie – 2010
Muscadet “Le Fief du Breil”, Dom. de la Louvetrie – 2010
Muscadet “Amphibolite” Nature, Dom. de la Louvetrie – 2010


California Cabs, Chardonnays & Zinfandels
California Dreamin

We all long to escape to a warmer climate this time of year. If you aren’t able to hop a plane, you can enjoy the next best thing: California wines. We’ll be sipping these this winter:

Matchbook Cabernet Sauvignon – 2009
Sawbuck Chardonnay – 2009
Sobon Estate Zinfandel, Hillside – 2009

What To Drink With Your Favorite Takeout
We have menus from some of our favorite neighborhood restaurants on display this month. Stop in, grab a menu, grab a bottle & enjoy some of your favorite cuisine without all of the hard work. You deserve a break every so often. Read about why these pairings work and then check out all of our favorite wines for takeout here.

Wines For Takeout

Wines For Takeout

Wines For Takeout


What We’re Drinking NowWine of the Moment

Vega Sindoa Merlot, Bodegas Nekeas – 2010

Plummy and modern, fresh and smooth, crowd-pleasing Merlot and a stunning value. Medium-bodied, but unrestrained, tannins are overtly smooth and supple. A fine crossover red that can go equally well with savory roast / barbecued chicken, burgers and steaks.
A Sweet Treat For You
sweet deals
Brachetto d’Acqui, Ca’Bianca – 2010

A lightly sparkling and delicately sweet traditional red wine from Italy’s Piedmont region. Possessing an vibrant ruby red color with a fine mousse, as well an alluring perfume of freshly crushed berries carry through on the palate contained in a zippy, fruity package. This unique red is perfect for summer brunch or with berry and chocolate based desserts. The Brachetto d’Acqui is sourced from estate owned vineyards situated well above 1000 feet in elevation along eastern slopes in Piedmont’s Alto Monferrato region. Vines are densely planted in soils composed of sedimentary marl. Vineyard yields are kept extremely low and the wine is vinified in the traditional manner for this DOCG – charrmat method for lightly frizzante wine.