Monthly Archives: May 2012

Orval Trappist Belgian Ale

All of Orval’s beers are brewed and bottled within the walls of an ancient monastery. These breweries are some of the oldest and most famous breweries in the world. The Monastery of Orval produces only one beer.  It is a … Continue reading

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Wannabe Wine Guy Review: Amazing Summer Wine – Botani Moscatel

Botani Moscatel With the recent string of warm weather, and Memorial Day around the corner, I uncorked a bottle of 2010 Botani Moscatel by Jorge Ordonez and Co. I think I found a new favorite summer wine. Botani Moscatel is … Continue reading

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From ‘The Thirsty Kitten’ blog: A Simple Evening, A Busy Kitchen and Value-Priced Reds

Wine Shop customers Lucy and Kip run “The Thirsty Kitten” wine blog. Check out their recent feature on Value Priced Reds. Value Priced Reds The counter bar here at The Kitten was adorned with tea lights, three wines were uncorked, … Continue reading

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The French Corner with Chris G: Bugey Montagnieu

Bugey Appellation The Bugey appellation is located in the middle of the long over looked wine regions of France. There is the Savoy wine region to the east with their dry whites and the Jura with its rustic wines to … Continue reading

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Wine Tasting and Jewelry Party

Mother’s Day is next weekend–Stop in The Wine Shop tomorrow evening (May 5) from 5:00-8:00 p.m. for the Mother’s Day Wine and Jewelry Sale. Wine will be on sale and representatives from Cucos Jewelry will be on-hand to showcase some … Continue reading

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