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2010 Inama Soave Classico – Rated 90 points Wine Review Bright straw-green. Floral, high-pitched aromas of stone fruits and fresh herbs on the clean, enticing nose. Shows very good balance and energy to its flavors of lemon icing, green apple, pear and herbs. Richer on the palate than I expected, with lovely concentration and length; this is a very serious entry-level Soave and one of the best versions from Inama in years. Very well done. From Italy.
Was $15.99    with email $12.99

2010 Veramonte, Casablanca Valley (Chile) Sauvignon Blanc - Rated 90 points Wine Review  Sauvignon Blanc has been Veramonte's most consistent winner since the winery opened with great fanfare in 1990. The 2010 Reserva delivers a burst of juicy grapefruit, with hints of green citrus and lemon grass. It's a first-class Sauvignon at the remarkably low price of less than $12, and sure to please whether you're merely quaffing it on a warm summer day or getting down with steamed shellfish or light appetizers.
Was $9.99     with email $7.99
2006 Conn Creek Anthology The 2006 Anthology is rich, smooth and spicy, a delicious wine. Mature cherry flavors and concentrated cassis fruits are brought to focus with cedar, and vanillin spiced accents. Graceful and powerful, the lingering flavors are unctuous and seemingly endless. berry and spice flavors on the finish. Alcohol 14.5%."
"A beautiful, succulent young Cabernet-based Bordeaux blend that delivers plenty of flavor. It's front-loaded with blackberries, cherries, currants and chocolate. Delicious now. "
Was $51.99     with e-mail $19.99
2006 Buena Vista Carneros Merlot - This 2006 Carneros Merlot is beautifully balanced and rich, a testament to the Carneros estate fruit, showing aromas of cassis and roasted coffee beans and is followed by toasty oak, black cherry and sweet vanilla flavors of black cherry, green tea and spice with hints of earth and tobacco. It has a supple mouthfeel and finishes with polished tannins. This versatile wine pairs well with many dishes, including roasted tomato-sauce on pasta, rack of lamb or herb roasted chicken. It is equally delicious paired with a cheese course featuring aged Gouda or a tangy blue cheese like Point Reyes.
Was $21.99     today only $8.99
2010 Los Cowboys Malbec – Los Cowboys Malbec made from fair trade grapes from 90-year-old vines planted in a soil composed of clay and loam. The region has both coastal and mountain influences. Los Cowboys Malbec has concentrated aromas of dark plum and black cherry with hints of chocolate and vanilla. The mouth-feel is rich with plush fruits, sweet spices and a creamy finish. Los Cowboys Malbec is very food friendly that pairs exceptionally well with roasted or grilled meats, mature cheeses, or simply on its own.
The fair trades sales of Los Cowboys benefits around 300 community members directly and indirectly.
The communities have used their Fair Trade sales to fund projects, such as construct playgrounds for nine local schools, build a health care center for the greater area, and kitchen for the smallest community school. Last year the Wine & Spirits Guild  with your help presented a check to the communities of Lavalle, San Martin and Medrano areas, in Mendoza, Argentina for $4,0000. 
Was $12.99     with e-mail $7.99
2009 Garnet Carneros Pinot Noir - Garnet has long set the standard for style and value in California Pinot Noir. The debut 1983 vintage was an immediate hit with Pinot Noir drinkers (a fairly small group at the time) looking for a wine with the right combination of freshness and extract, grace and length. With a tip of the hat to the Cote De Beaune, Garnet is a distinctly California wine, with silky texture and pure, vibrant Pinot Noir flavors. Carneros is ideal for Pinot Noir, and the wine is a pure expression of the region, with lovely garnet color, silky texture and fresh cherry, spice and mineral flavors.
STYLE. Garnet winemaker, Alison Crowe, will continue to express Pinot Noir’s varietal character in an elegant wine with bright, refreshing fruit and supple texture. It’s not a wine for your cellar. It’s a delicious wine. Drink it now.
Was $19.99     with e-mail  $11.99
Another great value Cabernet from The Wine & Spirits Guild -
2008 Ten Lakes Sonoma Cabernet Sauvignon – Cherries Jubilee! This wine displays its Sonoma heritage; it all starts with a wonderful bouquet of cherries, vanilla, cedar and plums. Lots of ripe cherry and red fruit flavors with a hint of spice. Approachable now and will continue to evolve. Medium bodied and sturdy in the finish, allowing it to work well with turkey burgers or medium rare NY Strip steaks. or for those a little more adventurous try it with a pan seared Lamb Loin Chop! Lots of wine for the money!
Was 19.99     with email $12.99

2010 Bodega y Vinedos Renacer Punto Final Malbec Mendoza – Rated 89 points Stephen Tanzer - Good dark red-ruby.  Smoky blackberry and minerals on the nose.  Sweet, lush and fruit-driven; offers terrific volume for the price.  Not quite complex enough for 90 points but finishes smooth and broad, with lush tannins and notes of licorice, violet and game.  An outstanding value.
Was $11.99     with email $9.99
2010 Hahn Estates, Central Coast (California) "GSM" – Rated 91 points Wine Review Voted best Rhône, Hahn’s Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre blend had the judges’ tongues wagging in disbelief after the price was revealed at the San Diego International Wine Competition.  It is a truly delicious red blend that exhibits layers of red and black fruits, tantalizing spice notes, and juicy acidity.  Hahn, of course, is well known for delivering $12 wines that taste like $30.
Was $10.99     with email $8.99

 Alaskan Birch Bock-  The pilot series from Alaskan is their brewers outlet to get creative and craft beers a little outside the box. Here they have taken a Dopplebock and added birch syrup to it. It pours a dark mahogany color with a one finger tan head. On the nose you get lots of malt (sweet and roasted) along with hints of brown sugar and banana. The palate follows suit as you would assume being a dopplebock but you get touches of earthy semi sweet syrup on the finish. It is medium heavy in body with a smooth mouth feel and light carbonation. ABV is hidden well! Nicely done! 8.5% abv  20 IBUs
Was- $8.99                                       Email- $7.99        22oz
St Martin Brune-  Here is another Belgian beer that is a little less known but deserves notice. This Belgian dubbel pours a hazy deep brown color with a large creamy off white head. Aromas of prune and raisin come through alongside bready yeast and hints of candi sugar. On the palate the bready yeast is a lot more forward with the dark fruits, candi sugar and hints of caramel and molasses all mingling together nicely behind. The body on this one is medium as is the carbonation while the finish is a touch dry making it go down pretty easily.  8% abv  
  Was- $8.99                                               Email- $8.49        750ml
Green Flash Le Freak-  This freak (so to speak) is a blend between an American Imperial IPA and a Belgian Tripel. It pours a hazy copper orange color with a large dense white head. The nose is full with floral hops and fruity citrus notes from the Belgian yeast which marry nicely. The flavors are well balanced in this beer with floral hops, grapefruit, orange, pear and touches of pepper and pine all blending with not one overpowering the other. As you would expect from the two styles the body is medium with medium high carbonation. The two styles definitely blend nicely to make a very well rounded beer! 9.2% abv  101 IBUs 
Was- $8.49                                        Email- $7.99        22oz
Leopold’s New York Apple Whiskey-  From Denver’s very own Leopold’s distillery comes a fantastic whiskey with an apple twist! Several varieties of New York state’s finest apples are used in the production of this whiskey. The pour is a bright amber orange color. Sweet and tart apples come through on the nose as well as vanilla and a hint of raisin. Granny Smith apple and pear hit you tongue at first followed by burnt sugar, toasted oak, and hints of vanilla to finish. Delicious on the rocks or as a twist to a traditional Manhattan! 40% abv
Was- $31.99                                               Email- $28.99      750ml

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