Tasting Notes (7.15.22)
Dignitat Brut Cava ($13.99)
"Grapes: Xarel·lo 34%, Macabeo 33%, Parellada 33%
Aging: 10 months
Straw yellow colour with green tones. Fine persistent bubbles. Bright appearance. Soft aging aroma with signs of flower and citrics. Vivacious in mouth compensated with elegance and equilibrium. Fresh, with low acidity, pleasant, balanced and a fine bubbling structure.
A perfect drink to enjoy desserts, sweets or some appetizers on a sunny day."
JB Neufeld Sauvignon Blanc ($19.99)
Yakima Valley, Washington
"I made this wine for my wife. Brooke loves a nice crisp Sauvingon Blanc on a warm summer evening. She also moved from an island in the Puget Sound to the desert of Yakima to be with me. So, I asked Nikki McClure (an amazing PNW artist) to create a label that was reminiscent of the beaches Brooke grew up on.
100% Sauvignon Blanc
100% Schmidt Vineyard in the Yakima Valley. This vineyard is certified sustainable
Tasting Notes: lime, grass, green apple. Clean with juicy acidity."
Poderi Arcangelo Rosé ($15.99)
"Sangiovese 60% and 40% Canaiolo
Striking pink color which sometimes reaches purple hues. Bouquet of fresh fruits and red flowers. Vivacity, freshness and flavour make this wine easy
to drink at every opportunity."
Undurraga Carmenere ($14.99)
28 Mile Gin ($39.99)
Category: London style dry gin
Ingredients: 100% French Wheat GNS,
Botanicals are Juniper, Coriander, Sweet orange, Lemon, Cassia, Licorice root and Cardamon
Distillation: Copper pot still
Filtration: Non-chill filtered
Farming: Certified Organic
This is a delightful gin, creamy in texture with fresh acidity. Flavors of Juniper with complex aromas of Christmas tree and fennel end in a
lingering, clean finish."
Bladnoch Vinaya Lowland Single Malt ($62.99)
"Matured in a unique combination of 1st fill Bourbon and 1st fill Sherry casks for notes of fresh apple, sweet floral grass and hints of chocolate."
Heimat Nectarine Liqueur ($26.99)
"Nectarine was never really on our radar until one year one of our partner farmers convinced us to try it. His father was the very first in the Hudson Valley to plant nectarines in the 1960s and the farm's nectarines have been highly sought after ever since. They are truly one of a kind and as soon as we tried them, given the amazing aroma and juicy profile, we knew it would make a very special liqueur. Fruity and bright on the palate with a lush body, almost hints of apricot, and a soft, lingering finish that will have you smacking your lips for more.
Try it with: Gin, Bourbon, Vodka"
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