New Wine, Beer, Liquor News/Arrivals
Juxtapoz Red Blend
A blend of five distictive varietals result in ripe blueberry, juicy plum, and dark chocolate on the palate. Full bodied with mouth-filling tannins and a soft, round and long finish. Syrah 55%, Zinfandel 23%, Petite Sirah 9%, Malbec 6%, Cabernet Sauvignon 4%, other 3%.
Valley of the Moon Pinot Noir
Moderately light reddish-purple color in the glass. Perfumed with aromas of strawberries, cherries, and spice. Light in weight, but decent strawberry and blueberry flavors, offering easy drink ability. The tannins are soft and mellow, and the finish offers a linger of cherry with a hint of oak.
Brewer's Art Birdhouse Pale Ale
A tribute to The Boys of Summer, this nice Pale Ale will warm you up even in the heart of winter
$9.99/6 pack; $35.99/case
Small Town Brewery's Not Your Father's Ginger Ale
Masterfully-balanced ginger and citrus body, with hints of black currant lending complementary floral and fruity spice notes. The end result is a pioneering craft specialty ale that delivers a truly worthy and unparalleled evolution of another beverage icon.
$11.99/6 pack; $42.99/case
Omission Gluten-Free Lager
Refreshing and crisp, Omission Lager’s aromatic hop profile offers a unique, easy-drinking gluten-free beer for those looking for a lighter and approachable beer style.
$10.49/6 pack; $37.99/case
Havana Club Anejo Blanco & Clasico
This Puerto Rican distilled rum made by Bacardí is based on a recipe from the Arechabala family who created it in Cuba in 1934. The family produced it up until 1960 when they fled Cuba after Fidel Castro nationalized the distilleries there. It became available in select Florida markets in June 2016 and will roll out through the rest of the country the same year. Blanco is aged for 1 year in oak before being blended and filtered. it is then aged a further 2 months in oak for mellowing. Clasico is made from a blend of rums aged from one to three years. The vanilla and oak scent is roughly comparable to the Cuban namesake. However, it feels lighter than most Cuban rums and is fairly oaky, without the sweetness and richness that usually makes rum such a joy, and perfect for mixing.
Jameson's "The Cooper's Croze"
Named after a tool for the barreling process, The Cooper’s Croze is a carefully crafted whiskey that effortlessly carries vanilla sweetness, rich fruit flavours, floral and spice notes and the undeniable influence of oak. You can take whiskey out of wood but you can never take the wood out of whiskey. On the nose it presents a honeyed intro, then stewed apples, vanilla, toffee, white chocolate. Some vague straw or grassy notes. In the mouth a lovely chewy texture lures you in. But with a thick malty quality, citrus is beginning to show. Grapefruit perhaps, when combined with that bitterness of the wood creates a very long, lingering, woody finish.