Friday, September 30, 2022


Saturday October 1sfrom 11am-2pm

Come try these wines..
  • 2020 Ginestraia Chianti Rufina
  • 2018 Château Pineraie "Cuvée des Dames" Cahors
  • 2020 Jackpot Red Blend

2020 Ginestraia Chianti Rufina...$12.99
Varietal Composition: 95% Sangiovese, 5% Colorino

Intense, ruby red color. Structured and concentrated wine, it shows scents of little red berries and flowers as typical of Sangiovese, yet with lively acidity.
Vinified by using grapes from the best areas of Chianti, the fruits comes primarily from the Rufina region. Fattoria di Basciano produces this wine for early drink-ability: however, we find this Chianti can be cellared for a few years.

Best value from Cahors!!
2018 Château Pineraie "Cuvée des Dames" Cahors...$14.99
85% Malbec
15% Merlot
Dark purple in color with flavors of blueberry, blackberry and cassis surrounded by a nice toasted spice that rounds out the wine. Enjoy this one with a variety of food.
Château Pineraie, a vineyard of 50 hectares, is located in Puy-L’Evêque, near Cahors. Six generations of the Burc family have cared for this vineyard. The sisters, Anne and Emmanuelle, the current generation to oversee Château Pineraie, work together to carry on a wonderful family history, always with a strong will to fulfill their commitment to an ever improving quality. We believe that the diversity of our vineyard’s soils is one of the most significant assets of our wines. Little wonder that Cahors is the cradle of the Malbec grape.

2020 Jackpot Red Blend...$9.99
Made exclusively from indigenous Lisboan grapes, this easy-drinking, good-looking, well-balanced Portuguese wine will quickly become the talk of the town. We bet you you’ll like it.
A perfect duo of Aragonez and Castelão varieties, Jackpot is about bringing in all the fruit Lisbon and fantastic freshness. Bright juicy notes come together with touches of herbs and candied violets to deliver one of the most fun reds we’ve got
Lisbon has always been about discoveries. The Atlantic Ocean gave the city every reason to explore, learn from, and engage with other cultures. It also gave it every reason to be the strength of Portugal’s empire that spread across the world.

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