2019 Beaujolais Nouveau Est Arrive!!!
Come down and enjoy this year’s release with us, we’ll be tasting each and serving Beef Bourguignon, Brie and other such delights beginning at 4:00pm.
Calendar of Events
November 21st – Beaujolais Nouveau! Come down and enjoy these new French wines with us. This is an event to be enjoyed by all…
NO GRILLED CHEESE AND TOMATO SOUP tonight it will return after Thanksgiving…
November 28th – Closed Thanksgiving
December 3rd – Champagne Tasting ***SOLD OUT
We’re bringing in all grower produced Champagnes this year, six of the best we found. We’ll have a special guest from the distributor (Jason) here to help explain each and every one of them. Of course we’ll choose some great heavy appetizers to accompany these beautiful new Champagnes. It’s bubbles all night long!
December 24th – Closing at 6pm
December 25th – Closed Christmas Day
December 31st - Closing at 8pm
January 1st – Closed New Years Day
Mark Ryan 2017 “Long Haul” Merlot Columbia Valley $59.99
Joseph Drouhin 2019 Beaujolais Nouveau France $12.99
Domaine Manoir Du Carra 2019 Beaujolais Nouveau France $13.99
Domaine Descroix 2019 Beaujolais Nouveau France $14.99
Domaine Rochette 2019 Beaujolais Nouveau France $14.99
Georges Dubeuf 2019 Beaujolais Nouveau France $11.99
Georges Dubeuf 2019 Beaujolais Nouveau Rose France $11.99
Georges Dubeuf 2019 Beaujolais Nouveau 1.5ltrs France $23.99
Champagne Larent Lequart NV Brut Reserve $34.99
Kiri Cannonau Di Sardegna 2017 Sardinia $14.99
Le Quattro Terre Barbera D’ Asti 2017 Italy $16.99
Royal Docks Yuletide 4 Pack Cans $10.99
Bells This One Goes to 11 4 Pack Bottles $13.99
Abita Hop 99 6 Pack Cans 8.99
Bell’s Bright White 6 Pack Bottles $9.99
Collective Arts Origin of Darkness Collaboration with Prairie 16.9oz. Bottles $13.99
Port Brewing Co. Santa’s Little Helper 4 Pack Bottles $15.99
This week we’ll try a couple new beers to us from Platform brewing and a couple old favorites from New Holland. We’ll start off with Platform’s Sure-Bert a Berliner Weisse that’s sure to wake up your palate. Next we’ll try their Speed Merchant Hazy White IPA. From New Holland we’ll
Try Cabin Fever a roasty brown ale and then finish with The Poet a delicious stout. Some new, some old but all great beers to try this Saturday at the Wine Merchant.
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Domaine Juliette Avril 2016 Chateauneuf Du Pape is my feature for this week. I like Thanksgiving and I regularly choose a Chateauneuf to accompany my table. Usually comprised of Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre and or Cinsault makes this wine an elegant red that’s not too heavy and compliments all the items on your Thanksgiving Day table. Always a special bottle this Rhone red is one of the three top bottles of France and certainly one that deserves this special recognition, favorably priced at $29.99 allows you the opportunity to place a few to share a few of these on this years holiday table.
If you’re going to have white wine for this year’s celebration there’s an alternative to your standard choices, Gundlach Bundschu 2018 Gewurztraminer is my pick for Thanksgiving this year. While a hint of spice can be noted this savory white wine from Sonoma will fit the bill and go great with all that’s filling your table for this holiday. Priced at $19.99 makes this wine an excellent selection for next Thursday’s festivities.
It’s a Porchetta sandwich for this weekend special!!! Pork belly wrapped around an Italian seasoned pork loin, baked golden brown, thinly sliced laid atop Naan bread, slathered with truffle mayo, topped with melted provolone cheese and broccolini. This is one you don’t want to miss.
The third Thursday is a long awaited day for many. Fresh young wine from the Burgundy region of France makes it’s annual debut, 100% Gamay grapes picked in August, produced as wine during September and October and shipped to us for the annual release date which of course is… today!
Cheers from all of us at the Wine Merchant!