It's new arrivals Tuesday!Once a week our staff gets together to taste samples left by our suppliers. Some weeks we strike liquid gold while other weeks it's a painful night for our palates. Yes, there are still plenty of bad wines out there, but when we find "the one" it makes it all worth it. We thrive on finding products that offer tremendous value for the price! Here's a handful of our latest acquisitions. We are excited for you to try them!
Located along the San Andreas Fault in California lies the small county of San Benito and a vineyard site for the second-generation run winery, Joyce Vineyards. Through the style of minimal intervention, winemaker Russell Joyce prioritizes producing wines of balance, finesse, and focus, three things his 2018 James Joyce Cabernet exudes. Quality-driven, this is a wonderful value under $25 for California Cab drinkers!
Today we have a real treat for Italian wine drinkers! Hailing from Puglia's Salento Peninsula, the source of some of the finest Negroamaro wines worldwide, comes this approachable yet complex red from Leone de Castris.
We understand that not everyone wants to pay an arm and a leg for quality Bordeaux. Neither do we! That’s why we are excited to share with you these direct importsthat just arrived at the shop. After tasting through roughly 20 different wines, we narrowed it down to these four that we not only believe offer great quality, but truly reflect the terroir and region they hail from. We wouldn’t wait to scoop up these wines if we were you.
East meets west in the form of Legent, a collaborative bourbon between Jim Beam’s master distiller, Fred Noe, and Suntory Whisky’s chief blender, Shinju Fukuyo. Click here to find out more about this innovative new bourbon!