Monday, November 7, 2011

Tasting the Schlafly Bourbon Barrel Aged Quad

Tasting beer out of the barrel!!!

Monday, November 7th, tasting at Schlafly Tap Room of Schlafly Quadrupel aged in The Wine and Cheese Place Buffalo Trace Bourbon Barrel.   

The beer has been in the barrel for just over 3 months (put in barrel August 5, 2011).   I have tasted a lot of wine out of the barrel, but this is the first beer that I have ever tasted out of a barrel.   It is very exciting, I think you are going to love this beer once it is bottled.   It was tasting pretty damn good to me.   The general consensus with the brewers at Schlafly (Stephen, Brennan, and Augie) was that it could be bottled now, but we are going to wait a little longer and see what happens.  

Brennan of Schlafly "tapping" the barrel so we can taste...

Here is a look at the label...

Schlafly Bourbon Barrel Aged Quadrupel 
"A Schlafly beer for 
The Wine and Cheese Place"

Release Date:  Yet to be determined.   Schlafly Brewmaster, Stephen Hale, will taste periodically and decide when it is ready for release.  He predicted anywhere between 3-6 months of barrel aging.  Currently it has been in barrel for about 3 months already!

Production:  Very limited production.  Depending on evaporation we should see 20-22 cases of 750ml bottles of beer.

Price: Yet to be determined ($11-$14 / 750ml)

Where to purchase:  The beer will be available at all 4 of The Wine and Cheese Place locations plus online at

How do you find about the release:
Watch our blog / facebook / twitter / or sign up for our emails to be notified of the release.

Check out information on the next collaborations....

#2 TWCP and Perennial Artisan Ales:  
Heart of Gold Wheat Wine aged in a Knob Creek Barrel
This will be Perennial's first barrel aged beer!
(already in barrel since October 6, 2011)
click here to read more

#3 TWCP and 4 Hands Brewing Co.:  
Russian Imperial Stout brewed with Goshen Espresso and Whole Vanilla Bean aged in an Elijah Craig Barrel 
This will be 4 Hands' first barrel aged beer!
(should be put in barrel in November)
click here to read more

#4 TWCP and 2nd Shift Brewing:  
You voted and chose their Cat Spit Stout to put in barrel
This will be 2nd Shift's first barrel aged beer.
(waiting for the barrel to arrive, should be 6-8 weeks)
more to come in the future....

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Delicious wine from the unknown grape of Jacquère...

Apremont -- crisp and clean!

Pierre Boniface - Les Rocailles 2010 Apremont

2010 Pierre Boniface Vin Savoie Apremont...$15.99
This wine is produced on the French side of the Alps (Savoie Region) right across from Switzerland and is very similar to Swiss white wines but we think it is even better and much better priced (Swiss wines tend to be expensive).    It is made from 100% 
Jacquère. and is unoaked.   It is great with cheeses including of course Tomme de Savoie from the same region.  Plus if you want a white wine with Raclette, give this one a try.
"This light, crisp, dry white from the French Alps is pure and vibrant. It brings to mind a Granny Smith apple with a touch of honeysuckle. Serve as an aperitif or an accompaniment to lighter fish and poultry dishes." -- Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate


As the weather cools down, it is time to think about Raclette for dinner...

Raclette Season is here! 
"Raclette, a semi-firm cheese from the Swiss and French Alps, is a fun and different way to enjoy cheese at a friendly get-together on a cool fall or cold winter night. Raclette, which means “scraper,” is traditionally hung on a fork in from of a fire so that the face of the cheese softens. As it melts, it is scraped off the cheese slab and eaten with boiled new potatoes, pickled onions, and cornichons. Today there is an easier way. Electric raclette melters are available for borrow (for free) or for sale from The Wine and Cheese Place, along with properly sliced French or Swiss raclette. Slices of raclette are placed in individual melting trays for a few moments, and then spread on fresh slices of French bread. This is an easy and delicious alternative to fondue ~ no mixing and heating ingredients ahead of time! The texture of raclette is very smooth, and seems to melt in your mouth even without heating. The taste is rich, reminiscent of wine and fruit, with a pronounced tang. Thinly sliced dried ham, such as prosciutto, iberico or serrano is an excellent accompliment. Raclette, thin ham slices, bread, boiled potatoes, pickled onions and sour gerkins, make for a light and festive supper for friends or family. Serve with a great hearty red like Segries Cotes du Rhone. 
-- Bonnie Canning, cheesemonger

Perennial Artisan Ales latest label -- Abraxas

Another label got approved from St. Louis' Perennial Artisan Ales...

This one has been very anticipated,  looks like we will see it in bottles soon.  Stay tuned, I will let you know when we have it in stock.

While you wait, order the other Perennial Beers we have in stock - click here

Saturday, November 5, 2011

Delicious Pinot Noirs....

Some of great Pinot Noirs.

2010 Siduri Pinot Noir Sierra Mar....$45.99
The 2010 Pinot Noir Sierra Mar is ripe, juicy and explosive. Layers of dark red fruit, gorgeous fragrance and freshly cut flowers are some of the notes that flow from this generous, fleshy Pinot. Silky tannins frame the exceptionally elegant, polished finish. This is a stunning wine from Adam and Dianna Lee. This is only the third vintage for Sierra Mar, but based on what I have tasted so far, this certainly seems like a superb spot for Pinot. The predominant clones are 943, 777, 23 and Pommard. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2020.
Rated 92-95/100 The Wine Advocate
Order Siduri online

2009 St. Innocent Shea Vineyard Pinot Noir....$41.99
The 2009 Pinot Noir Shea Vineyard has the best aromatics of this portfolio. It displays an impressive perfume of spicy black fruits, sandalwood, and exotic spices. This is followed by an opulent, plush offering unusual for its richness in this more elegantly styled vintage. This lengthy Pinot will offer prime drinking from 2012 to 2021.
As usual, owner/winemaker Mark Vlossak has turned out a first-class collection of new releases."
Rated 93/100 The wine Advocate
Order St. Innocent online

2009 Talley Pinot Noir Rincon...$49.99
2009 Au Bon Climat Pinot Noir Santa Barbara...$21.99
2009 Pisoni Pinot Noir Estate....$66.99
2009 Dragonette Pinot Noir Fiddlestix....$46.99
2009 Decoy Pinot Noir....$18.99
2009 Roar Pinot Noir Santa Lucia Highlands...$39.99
2009 Siduri Pinot Noir Cargasacchi...$41.99
2009 Belle Glos Pinot Noir Taylor Lane...$46.99
2009 Belle Glos Pinot Noir Clarke and Telegraphe...$39.99

2009 Lucia Pinot Noir Gary's Vineyard...$49.99
"The 2009 Pinot Noir Garys’ bursts from the glass with generous dark cherries, menthol, spices and licorice. This is another relatively dark, sensual Pinot endowed with considerable weight and juiciness. All of the elements flow gracefully to the harmonious, polished finish. The Garys’ has more than enough stuffing to handle its 50% new oak. Simply put, it is a striking wine. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2019."
Rated 92/100 The Wine Advocate 

2009 Loring Pinot Noir Gary's Vineyard....$42.99
Serves up a rich, layered array of spicy wild berry, black cherry, wilted rose and raspberry flavors that are fresh and vibrant. Full-bodied, gaining depth and richness on the finish. Drink now through 2019. 450 cases made. –JL
Rated 93/100 The Wine Spectator

2006 Argyle Pinot Noir Spirithouse...$56.99
The 2006 Pinot Noir Spirithouse Knudsen Vineyard is medium/dark ruby with a splendid aromatic array of mineral, earth, cedar, spice box, and red and black fruits, Silky smooth, layered, bordering on opulent, and very sexy, this Pinot Noir will evolve for 2-3 years and be at its best from 2010 to 2018.
rated 94/100 The Wine Advocate

Friday, November 4, 2011


Kraftig from the Busch Family arriving tomorrow to The Wine and Cheese Place

In stock now at Forsyth
Kraftig Lager...$6.49 / 6pk
Kraftig Light...$6.49 / 6pk

"Kräftig (pronounced KREF-tig) means strong or robust in German. There is no alcohol-by-volume listed on either label, but Kräftig Light's label notes that it contains 109 calories per 12-ounce serving.
William K. "Billy" Busch announced his St. Louis-based brewing venture in July with a goal of having two lagers available in this market by November. Marc Gottfried, longtime brewmaster at Morgan Street Brewery on Laclede's Landing, is leading the brewing efforts at Busch Brewing Co." --

Goose Island Mild Winter is here

Perennial Heart of Gold

Looks like the fourth release from Perennial Artisan Ales is here at Forsyth.

The releases:
#1 Perennial Hommel Bier - first load sold out, but more arrived this week, in stock now
#2 Perennial Strawberry/Rhubarb Tart -- in stock, but almost gone for good
#3 Perennial Saison de Lis - in stock now
order Perennial online now

and #4 coming this Friday!
Sorry, I was given the wrong price, the price is lower, only $11.99
Perennial Heart of Gold Wheat Wine....$11.99 / 750ml
10% ABV

"Heart of Gold is a 10% wheat wine with a deep caramel color. It is very much an American-style, coming in around 70 IBUs. It has a rich caramel malt finish, and the bitterness stands up nicely to the residual sweetness that is typical of higher alcohol beers."

Don't forget --This is the beer that  Perennial Artisan Ales has decided to age in our Knob Creek 9 Year Old Bourbon Single Barrel.   The Heart of Gold Wheat Wine has been in the barrel since early October 6th.  Read more about it -   We will not see this barrel aged version until sometime next year.

New Belgium Snow Day....

A snow day seasonal....

New Belgium Snow Day Winter Seasonal 6pk

In 2003, we had a massive 37-inch snowstorm over two days in Fort Collins. Everything shut down for a couple days – no work, no school, no cars. The only way you could get around was by ski or toboggan. When we began brewing Snow Day, we looked to this one storm for inspiration. The dark characters of the malt bill reflect the dark stormy sky at the beginning of the snowfall. But on the third day, the sun broke through and everything was glorious! The name Snow Day evoked joyful freedom. Everyone remembers waiting for the school report as little kids. When you heard your school was closed, you suddenly had all day to play in the transformed, white landscape. Well, that’s the kind of emotion we put into this beer.

Pleasantly hoppy, Snow Day carries the subtle chocolate and caramel flavors of a new brewing malt known as Midnight Wheat. The Styrian Golding, Centennial and Cascade hops bring the backbone of hoppy bitterness to complement the roasty undertones. This beer is the deep garnet of a roasted walnut and presents a creamy tan head, floating artfully atop. Snow Day is bold and hoppy, drinkable and strong.
It reminds you to enjoy the unexpected.
Just the facts Ma'am...

ABV -6.2%
IBU -55
Calories -190
Hops -Styrian Golding, Centennial, Cascade
Malts -Pale, C-80, Midnight Wheat
OG -24.7
TG -2.35

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Schlafly Coffee Stout

Another Schlafly seasonal is here...

Coffee Stout

Schlafly Coffee Stout - 6pks

Our Coffee Stout is a classic combination of a traditional stout and premium French roast coffee from St. Louis roaster, Kaldi’s Coffee. Roasted barley and coffee dominate the aroma, with the sweetness from the stout balancing the acidity of the coffee. We use a unique cold toddy extraction process to brew a less acidic coffee for the beer.

In the 1990’s, Kaldi’s staff started visiting the Schlafly Tap Room, asking for a pint of stout and a shot of espresso. Both Schlafly and Kaldi’s realized this was a match made in beer heaven, and soon started working together to find the perfect coffee blend to mix with our Oatmeal Stout. This collaboration continues today, with regular tastings to perfect the Coffee Stout." -- Schlafly

Left Hand Fade to Black Vol III

Left Hand's lastest Fade to Black... now online also

Left Hand Fade to Black Volume III - 6pk

"Pepper Porter"
Imagine Robert DeNiro sitting in your darkened parlour near the fire in his Louis Cyphre persona smoking a Tuscan cigar. This may be the beer with which to save (or lose) your soul. Dried fruit flavors entwined with smoky pepper and licorice embossed on roasty malt sweetness open on your tongue as the slow warmth of chilis creep up on your tongue and throat, finishing in an herbal smoke ring flourish.

De Glazen Toren

Back in stock De Glazen Toren

Order Glazen de Toren beers online - click here

De Glazen TorenSaison d'Erpe-Mere ...$12.99 / 750ml
The Saison was the first beer of the brewery.Saison is a blonde beer brewed according to the ancient Saison tradition of the province of Hainaut. The French sounding name of the beer clearly refers to this.

Saison d’ Erpe-Mere is brewed exclusively with natural ingredients: artesian water, barley and wheat malts, liquid sugar, hops and yeast.
The result is a dry, hoppy, fruity and slightly veiled beer with 7.5 % alc. vol.
A- on Beer Advocate

De Glazen TorenCanaster Winter Scotch Ale...$12.99 / 750ml
Almost gone for the year, it is available November to February
"Canaster, a subtle Winter Scotch, is the third beer from the brewery. This beer is only available from November till February. Yet it was a definite choice to avoid any clear reference to Christmas or New Year in the name. On the other hand the name Canaster clearly refers to an ancient brewing tradition of Aalst. Centuries ago Canaster was brewed in the Carmelite convent in Aalst. The archeological site was recently uncovered and is the subject of an historical investigation. Canaster now relives as a Winter Scotch, a beer for the long, cold winter evenings. Here the same natural ingredients are used as in the two other products of the brewery, including the Hallertau hop from the Aalst area.This beer with a 9.5 % alc. vol. owes its warm aroma and its full-bodied taste to the use of fine, dark malts (caramel). The same 25.4 oz. bottles are used but the wrapper is white, red and green. The brewery offers a special winter glass for this beer. The logo of the brewery has here been transformed into a winter scene." -- importer

De Glazen Toren Jan de Lichte Imperial White Ale...$12.99
"Jan De Lichte is the fourth and the latest beer of brewery De Glazen Toren. Again the name refers to local history. In the 18th century Jan De Lichte was the leader of an infamous gang of robbers in the region of Aalst – Zottegem. He was executed in Aalst at the age of 25.The beer was developed only very recently (May 2005). As it is brand new it has not got a wrapper yet. It was first introduced to the public during a two-day beer Festival in West-Flanders in early June 2005.Jan De Lichte is a wit beer. But following ancient tradition we are using four grains beer: Barley and wheat are used of course, but there is also oats and buckwheat.Jan De Lichte is the only Glazen Toren beer to which spices are added, following the Belgian tradition of wheat beer brewing. The use of coriander and curaçoa makes for the extremely fresh, citrus-like taste. The rather high alcohol percentage (7.5 %) indicates that it is more than just a thirst quencher. Quite like Jan De Lichte himself some 250 years ago, the beer is not innocuous." -- importer
Beer Advocate -- "A-" 

Founders Harvest Ale -- one more case

We just scored one more case of Founders Harvest Ale at Forsyth

Founders Harvest Ale...$9.39 / 4pk

This liquid dream pours a hazy golden orange straw color with a white, two-finger head. Your first sip of this beer rewards you with a super juicy hop presence bursting with citrus, then finishes to introduce toasted malt undertones.
6.5% ABV70 IBUs

The Hop God is here!

Limited release from Nebraska Brewing -- available online now

In stock now at The Wine and Cheese Place Forsyth.

Rated 98 on Ratebeer
Nebraska Brewing Hop God Belgian Style IPA...$18.99
Ale Aged in Chardonnay French Oak

Hop God

Contained within this bottle is an artful creation which began with our Hop God Belgian-Style IPA, then enhanced by a 6 month maturation in French Oak Chardonnay Barrels. This version of Hop God is a fascinating, big, bold Belgian-style Tripel hopped in very high amounts to concentrate citrus, grapefruit and floral aromatics in the nose. The addition of Chardonnay barrel aging adds further dimension and oak tannins to an already wonderfully complex Ale - bringing to mind tropical fruits and peach. We know of nothing that compares - enjoy!
10.1% A.B.V.
108 IBU

Suggested Pairing: Spicy foods, pizza, big pastas, rich seafood
info from their website

Compass Box news...

Great Gift

Compass Box Gift Set - 5 different 50 ml bottles...$43.99 / set
"The perfect guide to the universe of Compass Box, featuring a 50ml serving of each of our signature expressions - Asyla, Oak Cross, The Spice Tree, The Peat Monster and Hedonism - with a link to a series of tutored tasting videos, hosted by John Glaser himself. Presented in a fine, black, lacquered wooden box."

Plus a new scotch Compass Box

Compass Box Great King Blended Scotch Whisky...$37.99 / 750ml

In a world where malt whiskies get all the attention, people often overlook the pleasures of good Blended Scotch Whisky. We believe it is time for the world to take a fresh look at this style, and that is why we have created Great King Street.  More than just a new brand, Great King Street is a mission, a mission dedicated to reviving interest in one style of whisky only: Blended Scotch Whisky. This is the style of Scotch whisky that combines flavourful single malt whiskies with delicate, elegant single grain whiskies.
There are good reasons why the blending of grain whisky and malt whisky has been the mainstay of the Scotch business for well over 150 years. Well-made Blended Scotch Whiskies have an elegance and approachability that make them a joy to drink. They are far more versatile than other styles of whisky, equally enjoyable drunk on their own or with ice, soda water, or in cocktails.
Due to the preponderance of poorly made, inexpensive Blended Scotch Whiskies on the market, many people assume any bottle of Scotch bearing the term "blended" is somehow inferior.  Not if you make it the way we do. This is the basis of our mission. Let's enlighten people to joys of a well-made Blend, because they open up so many new opportunities to enjoy great whisky." -- Compass Box

Southern Tier Seasonal Oat arrives...

Southern Tier "Oat" Oatmeal Stout

also online now

Southern Tier Oat Imperial Oatmeal Stout 
"“brewed for the harvest”This beer begins in spring when oat seeds are sown as soon as the soil can be worked. Meanwhile, select types of barley are planted with hopes that Mother Nature will be kind. Our brewers wait patiently until the legumes are mature and ready for the scythe. Upon delivery to the brewery, these ingredients are mixed together in the mash tun where they steep, creating a rich molasses-like liquid. Spicy hops are boiled with the thick brew, giving balance and complexity. Brewers yeast feasts upon the rich sugars, concluding its transformation into oatmeal stout. Pour Oat into a snifter, allow its thick tan head to slowly rise, releasing unbridled aromas. The color of Oat is as dark as a moonless night. The first sip reveals Oat’s thick and nourishing taste. Like a haversack to a horse, a bottle of this stout is a meal in itself. Enjoy responsibly." --

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Schlafly 20th Anniversary Vol.4

Label for Volume No.4 just got approved....while you wait for this one to be bottled and available -- enjoy Volume No.3 which was just released -- Citrus Witbier -- click here

Shafer Chardonnay comes in with 96 points...

Amazing 2009 has arrived....

2009 Shafer Chardonnay Red Shoulder Ranch....$47.99

"Shafer consistently produces one of the biggest, fruitiest Chardonnays in California, and yet the wine remains balanced and interesting. The 2009 Red Shoulder Ranch is gigantic in pineapples, pears, mangoes, tangerines and honey, yet so minerally and crisp that somehow it finishes dry. — S.H. (10/1/2011) — 96"
Rated 96/100 The Wine Enthusiast

"Pure, ripe and richly flavored, with tiers of nectarine, fig, honeysuckle and smoky oak. Full-bodied, with touches of citrus blossom and lemon peel. Drink now through 2017. 6,000 cases made. –JL"
Rated 93/100 The Wine Spectator

Dragonette Cellars

Hot new winery....from friends that worked at some amazing wineries like Sine Qua Non and Torbreck.  Extremely small production on each wine.

"John and Steve Dragonette and close friend Brandon Sparks-Gillis formed Dragonette Cellars in order to pursue a long-held dream to produce wines of the utmost quality and purity from the finest vineyards in Santa Barbara County and the Central Coast.

Our journey together began at an excellent wine shop, where we had the opportunity to taste the benchmark wines of the world. From there we obtained hands-on experience with some of the greatest wineries and viticulturists in the world including Sine Qua Non, Torbreck, Fiddlehead Cellars, Demetria Estate and Coastal Vineyard Care." -- winery

In stock now at Forsyth

2009 Dragonette Pinot Noir Fiddlestix Vineyard...$46.99

"The wine was aged in French oak barrels, 33% new, for 18 months without racking and was bottled unfined and unfiltered. 175 Cases Produced.

Our Tasting Note: The nose is a fascinating combination of high-toned, ripe red fruits including cranberry and raspberry (from the clone 113), deep black cherry with cola (from the 115) and signature Fiddlestix baking spices, such as cinnamon, nutmeg, and pumpkin pie. Partial whole cluster fermentation adds complicating notes of pine, fresh bay leaf and nori (seaweed). On the palate this medium bodied wine gives substantial but measured amounts of fully ripe fruit (jammy raspberry, pomegranate, and cherries) and hints of vanilla, The solid acidity and ripe tannins provide ideal structure for a long (yet velvety) finish and a long life ahead." -- winery

2008 Dragonette MJM...$52.99

"2008 MJM is comprised of Syrah grapes from several cooler climate vineyards: Los Tres Burros in Los Alamos Valley, Shadow Canyon Vineyard in York Mountain, and Paderewski vineyard in West Paso Robles. These spectacular, ultra low-yielding vineyards produced grapes of incredible depth and intensity. Due the incredible intensity of these grapes we felt it appropriate to age them for an extended period in a significant percentage (approx. 86%) of new French oak barrels and Puncheons (coopers: Sylvain, Ermitage, Radoux, Seguin Moreau). Each lot was fermented and aged separately for 22 months before being selected for the MJM blend. The wines were then blended (including additional varietals) and aged 4 additional months before bottling without fining or filtration. 175 Cases produced.

Our Tasting Note: On the nose, the wine demonstrates its serious purpose, displaying deep and serious, yet wildly exuberant and large-scaled aromas of dark black and blue berries, complimented by fresh vanilla, cacao, cedar and other lighter, toasted wood spices and hints of raw meat and black olives. The wine is full in the mouth, delivering a torrent of fresh and dried blackberries, blueberry and kirsch, spiced with vanilla. The finish is long, creamy and substantial, lingering on the palate due to the solid but ripe tannins and round acidity." -- winery

2008 Dragonette Syrah...$34.99

2008 SyrahThe 2008 Syrah is comprised of grapes from several cooler climate vineyards: Watch Hill and Los Tres Burros in Los Alamos Valley and Shadow Canyon Vineyard in York Mountain, west of Paso Robles. 2008 was marked by a punishing early frost which lowered yields significantly. The vintage was generally quite cool with only short periods of intense heat and a long cool September. Our low yield philosophy was extremely helpful in 2008 as ripening less fruit is critical in cool years. The grapes for the 2008 Syrah were hand harvested and sorted in the cool early morning hours throughout late September and mid October, fermented separately, and aged on its less in barrel (30% new) for 22 months prior to bottling on August 20, 2010. 325 cases Produced.

Our Tasting Note: The wine delivers intense aromas of black and blue berries, vanilla, cedar and toasted wood spices intermixed with dried and raw meat notes. The wine is full in the mouth, unleashing a torrent of fresh blackberries, blueberry, and kirsch, with solid depth and concentration. A young wine, the tannins are present, but ripe and with fresh round acidity, they provide a positive structure, leading to a long finish. The Syrah would be best served with strongly flavored dishes of beef or game (venison comes to mind), with or without sauces (peppercorn or strong blue cheese). It’s good on its own too." --  winery

Maker's Mark - honors the St. Louis Cardinals

Maker's Mark St. Louis Cardinals World Champion's Edition

Arriving on Friday!!!!  reserve it online now
Maker's Mark 2011 Commemorative World Series bottle
Hand dip wax in the St. Louis Cardinals colors.   Limited edition to only 400 cases made.  

Wine Tasting at Rock Hill

Wine Tasting Saturday, November 12 from 12-3pm

This tasting is at our Rock Hill location
The Wine and Cheese Place
9755 Manchester Road
Rock HIll Mo, 63119 -- 314.962.8150

Angie from Appellations will be on hand to taste through these great wines...
2009 Wines of Substance Pinot Gris
2009 Hedges CMS Red
2007 Pepper Bridge Cabernet ---  Rated 95/100 WE
2007 Waters Pepper Bridge Syrah --- Rated 93/100 WS

Vermont Night

Spirit of St. Louis Vermont Night Liqueur....$23.99 / 375ml

"A silver Medal winner at the 2010 ADI Whiskey Conference, this oak aged Whiskey liqueur is sweetened with true Vermont Maple Syrup." -- label

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Summit Brewing in stock now!

Summit Brewing has arrived to The Wine and Cheese Place!!
I will post more info about them when I get a chance later.

Summit Extra Pale Ale....$7.49 / 6pk
Summit Great Northern Porter...$7.49 / 6pk
Summit Horizon Red Ale....$7.49 / 6pk
Suimmit IPA....$7.49 / 6pk
Summit Winter Ale....$7.49 / 6pk
Summer Winter 12 pack sampler....$16.99 / 12pk

Worth buying by the case!!

Great Malbec Sale!!

On Sale!!!

2009 Maipe Malbec Reserve....$13.99 net
"My three favorite Maipe red wines include the 2009 Malbec Reserve, the winery’s top selection that is aged in wood for 12 months. A dense blue/purple color is followed by a big, sweet, floral (acacias), blueberry, blackberry, coffee, and white chocolate-scented bouquet. Remarkably rich and heady, with a full-bodied mouthfeel as well as silky tannins, it should be consumed over the next 2-3 years.
Maipe fashions reds and whites that sell for a song."
Rated 90/100 Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate

price good through Nov 12, 2011