Wine Specials Week of December 4, 2013

Dec 4, 2013 Sale Wines

Dec 4, 2013 Sale Wines

Wine specials for December 4, 2013 include the following wines:


2011 Bird in Hand, Garnacha-Syrah blend, Carinena, Spain

Bittersweet cherry and plum flavors are laced with delicate smoky notes.

Regular Price $10 each, Now $8 each or 12 for $60


NV Seven Daughters Merlot, California

Aromas of ripe plum and dark cherries with bright red and juicy dark fruits with soft tannins.  Medium bodied with a round texture and lingering finish.
Regular Price $14 each, Now $7 each or 12 for $75.60


2005 Chateau Du Taillan red Bordeaux, Haut-Medoc, Bordeaux, France

Plummy red fruit with a hint of spice dominates the bouquet; excellent concentration and depth on the palate.

Regular Price $25 each, Now $20 each (LIMITED QUANTITIES REMAINING)


2011 Mountain Door Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina

Ripe and polished, with a plush core of plum, blackberry, raspberry, morello cherries, violets and mocha.

Regular Price $10 each or 12 for $80


2006 Bivio Tuscan Red, Toscana, IGT, Italy

65% Sangiovese, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon and 15% Merlot

Bright ruby red, soft and velvety, medium bodied, with a very smooth, very pleasant taste.

Regular Price $15 each, Now $9 each  (LIMITED QUANTITIES REMAINING)


2009 Amaris Tempranillo ‘Sweet Red’, Valencia, Spain

Amaris is a sweet red wine from Valencia, Spain.  What better than to treat your taste buds to this unique 100% Tempranillo sweet wine.  A burst of red fruit flavors with sweet, juicy undertones. – Winemaker’s Notes

Regular Price $10 each, Now $8 each


2009 Saint Leger, Vin de Pays du Comte de Orignan, France

Garnet-red color ruby with violet highlights. The nose is a complex bouquet of fruits black currant and cherry fruit with loads of full red fruits.

Regular Price $14 each, Now $6 each or 12 for $65


2010 Dillman red Dornfelder, Mosel, Germany

This red wine has a fruity, easy drinking style, comparable to German Rieslings. The taste is characterized by semi sweet, intense fruity aromas of cherries and plums.

Regular Price $11 each, Now $8 each or 12 for $80


2012 Albert Bichot Beaujolais Nouveau, ABC, France

Albeit the bottles says Nouveau, time in the bottle has improved the drinkability of the wine. For a wine meant to be consumed now (fall 2012), this is almost too tannic. It does have the necessary bright fruit, but it still has a dry core of fruit tannins, with a flavor of black currant skin.

Regular Price $9 each, Now $7 each or 12 for $76 (We are pouring this wine on Tuesday and Thursday for only $2 a glass. Stop in for a glass and leave with a case!)


2009 Maryhill, Rose of Sangiovese, Columbia Valley, Washington

The color is a shiny, glistening salmon pink. The nose is a mix of white wine and red wine aromas, grapefruit, watermelon, pineapple, sweet cherry and a light floral edge. This is a dry Rose’, no sweet wine here. It starts with light creamy strawberries, follow by tart, slightly sour cherry. The mid palate introduces an interesting astringent texture, along with pink grapefruit and Anjou pear. The acidity shows up on the finish, it is balanced, but it has you smacking your lips as the finish lingers on. -Winemakers notes.

Regular Price $9 each, Now $5 each or 12 for $54


2011 Veleta Tempranillo Rose, Calidad, Spain

ripe cherry and strawberry splashing around in this reservoir of white spice and red plums. Finishes crisp and dry.

Regular Price $11 each, Now $6 each or 12 for $48


NV Rive Della Chiesa, rose frizzante, Selca del Montello, Italy

The name Rive della Chiesa is synonymous with genuine quality, freshness of flavour and simplicity.   This  is a small, family-owned winery producing wonderfully expressive, elegant and well-balanced wines, unmistakably Venetian in style.

The estate, which dates back to the 1940s was founded in the town of Selva del Montello, located in the province of Treviso, by the Gasparetto family.  Today, brothers Luigi and Michele run the family business applying their expertise and attention to detail to all the various stages of production.  Winemaking is seen as a way of life and while not afraid of adopting modern techniques, the family has great respect for tradition. -information from winemakers website.

Frizzante style (little bubbles), dry style, crisp – clean and fun to drink!

Regular Price $15 each, Now $8 each or 12 for $72