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Beat the Heat with Saintsbury Carneros Vin Gris Rose

Saintsbury Carneros Vin Gris Rose There is no better way to beat the summer heat than popping open a wonderful Rose. Saintsbury Carneros Vin Gris Rose is one of my favorites this time of year.  This Rose is derived from … Continue reading

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St Magdalena Goldmuskateller Moscato Giallo by Cantina Produttori Balzano

St Magdalena Goldmuskateller The Cantina Produttori Balzano is a cooperative winery nestled high in the Italian Alps that has been producing some of the finest wines of the Alto Adige.  Focusing on indigenous varietals and several grapes more often associated … Continue reading

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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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Minnetonka’s Lucid Brewing Camo Double Pale now available at the Wineshop

Lucid Brewing Camo Double Pale: A Hidden Gem Lucid Brewing Company is brand new to both Minnetonka and the Minneapolis brewing scene. While still in their infancy, I believe their Camo Double Pale Ale is one of the cleanest and … Continue reading

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Whiskeys of the World Tasting Event: Scotch

Thanks to everyone who attended our first “Whiskeys of the World” seminar. We hope you had a good time–watch for more events in the future! Also thank you to Jason from Vinocopia for hosting the seminar for us. The Scotch … Continue reading

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