From Sazerac's Bardstown Distillery - makers of Buffalo Trace, Barton & other Bourbon IconsClassic corn puddin’ opens the nose with cherries and vanilla in supporting roles and a touch of anise in the background. Round and filling on the palate with a touch of toasted oak, baking spice and vanilla all in balance. The finish lingers with vanilla, butterscotch and a touch of clove and cinnamon.
From Sazerac's Bardstown Distillery - makers of Buffalo Trace, Barton & other Bourbon IconsCherries, brown sugar, pepper and vanilla are all layered throughout the robust nose. The soft and round palate brings a touch more sweetness with strong vanilla, caramelized sugars and sweet corn. Cinnamon and clove build gradually giving balance to the sweeter flavors throughout the long finish.
|HOME BAR STAPLE: A versatile whiskey equally at home on the rocks or in your favorite cocktail and is maybe the best deal in our ever-expanding bourbon aisle.|
A Knockout RedPure California cab, and lots of wine for the money. Dark fruit on the nose, with fl avors of black cherries, cassis, tobacco, and eucalyptus. Those bold fruit notes persist through the long fi nish. A steal.
|PAIRING SUGGESTION: Pair this savory cab with grilled or roasted meat. Lamb is a classic pairing.|
Classic California ChardA classic California chard, and criminally underpriced. Ripe orchard fruit on the nose, followed by creamy vanilla on the palate. Honey textured and deee-licious, this is an outrageous value.
|PAIRING SUGGESTION: Serve this full bodied chard with something luxurious: crab cakes, grilled shrimp or tuna, scallops, or lobster.|
Soft, Silky, & Fruit DrivenDrinks like twice the price! Tart cherries and raspberries dance across the palate, followed by a lingering fl oral lift. Showcases all the qualities that only pinot can express. Enjoy this fruit driven pinot with roasted chicken or grilled salmon.
|FUN FACT: Monterey County is one of the largest wine producing regions in the country, with total acreage nearly equal to Napa. Cool mornings and fog from the Pacific make this a perfect climate for Pinot Noir.|
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The Real DealDusty red raspberry and cassis jump from the glass with notes of brown leather and cinnamon. Medium bodied, smooth tannins, and a long finish with ripe raspberry, cracked pepper and baking spices.
|FUN FACT: Zinfandel is known as California’s heritage grape, but there are also excellent relatives in Southern Italy (Primitivo) and Croatia (Plavac Mali).|
This is a throwback to great cool climate Merlot, with flavors of red plum, tart cherry, blueberry compote, and fresh herbs. Medium bodied, with balanced tannins and a long, elegant finish with notes of berries, violet, cedar, and vanilla.
|FUN FACT: Merlot is the most widely planted grape in Bordeaux, where it especially shines in Pomerol and St. Emilion.|
A juicy, fruit forward blend crafted with grenache, syrah and mourvedre. Light bodied, with vibrant flavors of cherry, raspberry, and chocolate with a long, fresh finish.
|PAIRING SUGGESTION: Pairs well with zesty barbecue, grilled pork, and steak tacos.|