Category Archives: Newsletter Archive

Thursday Night Newsletter 6-30-22

In This Newsletter:

July 4th Sale

Mid-Week New Arrivals

New Review from Grapelive:
For Nicolas Maillart Champagne


Biondi Santi Arriving Friday

Rosé Estate of the Day:
Chateau Pradeaux


Quintessa:
Rutherford’s finest returns Friday!


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Vinopolis Wine Shop

Will Be Closed

July 4th


We will reopen for our regular hours on Tuesday:

10 AM – 6 PM Daily

Masks are no long mandatory, but are appreciated
We also offer Curbside Pickup
Order Online / By Phone / By Email

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July 4th Specials – USA Wines

Ends 11:59 PM July 4th

Act fast – limited supply

Oregon

Averaen Flood Line Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley 2018 750ML ($39.95) Was $24, Now $20.90 special, 36+ bottles in stock now
Case-12 Averaen Flood Line Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley 2018 750ML ($479.95) $228 special (that’s only $19/bottle!)
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Tuesday Night Newsletter 6-28-22



In This Newsletter:

New 2018 Paolo Scavino Reviews
From the Wine Advocate


Trending French Wines

Newly Arrived from Durand & Darnaud



We’re Open for In-Store Shopping!

10AM – 6PM Daily
Properly worn masks are appreciated but no longer required.
We also offer Curbside Pickup
Order Online / By Phone / By Email


New 2018 Paolo Scavino Reviews

From the Wine Advocate


Scavino is one of the truly great estates in Barolo, a region with no shortage of famous names. Despite a recent trend towards a more traditional approach, the wines still skew modernist. Rich and powerful in their youth, their true greatness develops after time in the cellar – something that can’t be said about all of Scavino’s modernist peers. Complex and nuanced upon release, the wines are built to age.
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Sunday Night Newsletter 6-26-22


In This Newsletter:


New Week – New Arrivals

Cristom


New Wine Advocate Reviews
For the 2017 Produttori Crus


New Review for Occhipinti’s Siccagno

2008 Taittinger:
Additional Stock Arriving in September



New Week – New Arrivals

Rosé

Chateau la Mascaronne Quat’Saisons Rosé, Côtes de Provence 2021 750ML ($29.95) $27 special, 24 bottles in stock now
Wine Enthusiast 90 points
“The 150-acre estate, surrounded by olive and oak trees, has produced a delicate wine, both in color and its crisp fruit. Red currants and lively acidity are there is abundance, resulting in a fresh wine that is ready to drink. Organic. -Roger Voss”

This is the lowest listed price in the USA today!

Chateau Soucherie Rosé de Loire Cuvee L’Astree, Loire 2021 750ML ($29.95) $26 special, 36+ bottles in stock now
Rosenthal Wine Merchant importer note
“This dry, mineral-driven Rosé is produced from Grolleau (70%) and Gamay (30%).
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Thursday Newsletter 6-23-22

In This Newsletter:

New Arrivals from Sine Qua Non

California Treasure Chest:
New Arrivals and Top Names In Stock Now


Steinmetz: Historic Mosel Riesling

A Perfect Plethora of Picks
Re-Arriving Next Thursday!


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We’re Open for In-Store Shopping!

10 AM – 6 PM Daily

Masks are no long mandatory, but are appreciated
We also offer Curbside Pickup
Order Online / By Phone / By Email

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New Arrivals from Sine Qua Non
 
Sine Qua Non is one of the rarest cult producers in California. Their bottlings are so in demand they are sold exclusively through a mailing list and are almost never seen on the retail market. These are some of the most profound expressions of Californian wine in how they encapsulate developed richness with verve and lift at the same time.
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Monday Night Newsletter 6-20-22



In This Newsletter:

Quinta do Infantado:
Estate Port


Trending

Sequitur:
A Visionary Willamette Valley Producer


Bernard Baudry:
Drop Dead Delicious




We’re Open for In-Store Shopping!

10AM – 6PM Daily
Properly worn masks are appreciated but no longer required.
We also offer Curbside Pickup
Order Online / By Phone / By Email


Quinta do Infantado

Since 1979, Quinta do Infantado has produced estate-bottles Ports, a rarity in the region dominated by British interests that maintained a system that discouraged small, family owned producers until laws were changed in the mid-80s. The Roseira family has owned and managed the estate since the 19th century. Today brother and sister team, João and Catherine Roseira manage the vineyards, make the wine, and run the business.
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