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Welcome to the Okanagan Estate Wine Shop facebook page! We are your local, informed and friendly wine shop located in the heart of Point Grey at 4th and Alma. We offer a large selection of BC wines at winery direct prices and are open 7 days a week. We also offer a wide selection of fine international cheeses to pair with our wines.
AniChe Cellars is a wee family winery located in the beautiful Columbia River Gorge. We make wines with an eye to European tradition with a particularly Washington State sense of terroir and style. Our wines are almost entirely varietal blends, believing that wine varietals are very much like people and dogs, with an egalitarian mixing up of characteristics to create interesting nuances and surprising complexity and beauty (think Halle Berry, mutts and Bordeaux). Our fruit comes from Washington state’s plethora of renowned AVA’s, including our very own Columbia Gorge AVA.
A family-owned certified organic winery in West Kelowna, Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada
Wine and Beer for Events - Curated selections of small production mainly California handcrafted wines and craft beers for corporate events, conventions and meetings.
Mondo Cellars is located high above the Paso Robles Wine Growing Valley. We are a small family owned winery specializing in old world blends.
Vintages is a custom winemaker in the Italian tradition. Instead of commercial mass production, we handcraft wine to your order, to fit your individual taste. Dinner without wine? In Italy, it’s unthinkable! Wine shared with friends and family is one of life’s richest pleasures. In the Italian tradition, we believe that wine belongs on your table – always. The first step to discovering the wine you love - Try our wine tastings. Wine tastings at Vintages are fun, entertaining experiences where the memories you make are as important as the wine you savor. In true Italian tradition, we believe that wine is best when served with family and friends, so bring a group or come alone and make new friends… it’s up to you. Both experts and novices are welcome – there is something for everyone at a Vintages wine tasting! Experiencing wine with an expert guide can lead to new insights that may surprise you. You discover gems – wines that you never thought you liked before or new flavors in an old favorite that make it seem like a totally new wine. And never fear – it’s totally okay to not like a wine in the tasting. In fact, it’s a good thing! It gives us valuable information about your taste. So if you don’t like the oak, speak up! Hate the Cab but love the Pinot? Let us know. It’s all part of the process of discovering what pleases you. Vintages Wine pairs well with any occasion! Weddings Birthdays, anniversaries, graduations and other milestones Holidays Date Night Girl’s Night Out Team Builders, Fund Raisers and Client Gifts Don’t forget that Vintages signature wines and custom-blends with personalized labels make excellent gifts. Gift certificates are also available! Call 970-484-9813 to learn more about Vintages wine tastings. Vintages makes exceptional wine an affordable, everyday pleasure.
We are Denver's Urban Winery located in a funky, industrial condo just south of I-70 on Pecos in Denver, Colorado. As an award-winning, small production Colorado winery, we are dedicated to making good wine for all to enjoy. We support local education and local art. Our labels are unique and are part of the philosophy of making wine in the city. Pueblo native Daniel Luna is the local artist we commissioned to take our wine concepts and stories and put them on canvas. Daniel's work is vibrant, distinctive and cosmic, the perfect combination to tell the story of the wines they represent; Bella Risa, Vinny No Neck and Delagua, Colorado.
The character of a finely crafted wine seeps from the earth itself. Wine lovers lovingly speak of terroir - that deeply rooted sense of place that springs from the soil to infuse unmistakably local charm into the most interesting wines. And so it is with The Wine Spot. We are Greater Cleveland's most distinctive wine and beer shop because we, too, are proud products of our terroir. Our roots reach across Northeast Ohio, but we grow out of Cleveland Heights, a place that shapes The Wine Shop's flavors and philosophies in a uniquely local way. Sure, we offer an outstanding selection of worldly wine and beer at the region's best prices. But we're much more than a beverage store. We're neighbors. Our building is a converted hardware store, where generations of Cleveland Heights residents found not just fix-it merchandise, but expert advice and neighborly service, too. We loved Seitz-Agin Hardware and its helpful staff because no question was too dumb or too complicated. We vow to follow that example. Our furnishings and fixtures come in large part from salvaged wood from Cleveland's past. Local artisans reclaimed this wood and gave it new life. Join us at our tasting table to toast to heritage. Our walls showcase the work of rising local artists because The Wine Spot doubles as The Art Spot - the new student-run gallery of the Cleveland Institute of Art.. And our unique Cedar-Lee neighborhood is a destination unto itself. We partner with our fellow Lee Road businesses to produce promotions that will give you even more reason to visit this special place. Come see us and celebrate the beauty of Terroir.
Old Town Beer Exchange, or OTBX, is a craft beer and wine retailer in downtown Huntsville Alabama. Located inside the Arts and Entertainment District, open carry laws allow you to take your drink to go during certain hours and during festivals. Come out and taste from our 32 taps and 10 wines by the glass to discover your likes and dislikes, then get 32oz, 64oz of beer to go or a bottle of one of our fine wines.
Capoccia Vineyards & Winery (CVW) was established July 5, 2012 with an emphasis on having strong sense of community to back the family-owned business. For years Schenectady County has been waiting for a high-quality winery to prevent long trips to the finger lakes and other surrounding wine regions."
The City Wine Cellar store provides an inviting and entertaining atmosphere. Our friendly staff offers customers the attention they need and offers service, knowledge and advice to customers so that they may explore the store’s unique product offerings. There is a strong element of fun and learning as customers are able to sample wines.
Walk down Lorimer St, just a couple of blocks south of Grand St, to Ten Eyck St and you'll see the glare of lime green on the corner that is our flagship store, De* Wine Spot. At first glance, it might seem out of place in this neighborhood. However, every detail has been painstakingly thought out. Step inside and you'll see the same attention to detail in the products and service. We are extremely friendly, laid back, and (we've been told) helpful. Selection is wide and very reasonably priced. Whether you're looking for an under the radar gem, a highly regarded producer, a name you recognize, or just a delicious and inexpensive bottle to drink on a Monday night, we'll find you the perfect bottle. We also carry a carefully curated collection of spirits and sakes. Delivery throughout New York City and nationwide shipping options are available.
If wine drinking is a party, and that it should be for everyone, then that also buy wine. And we realize in Arnhem only too well. A nice, cozy shop where you enter with pleasure because our team will do its best to fulfill your wine needs, even if you still can not distinguish Cabernet Sauvignon Chardonnay.
Pangkarra wines is a wine merchant who import any from Germany, Austria and France. Furthermore wines from Spain, Italy, Portugal and leading producers from the new world. By appointment Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday.
In Dutch Wine Museum in Arnhem, the wine culture and wine history back to life. We invite you to visit this unique museum, an experience for anyone wanting to know more about the history and future of wine. In the original wine cellar you will discover more about the fascinating world of wine. Whether you're a wine expert or enthusiast, everyone is welcome to visit this unique museum. After a visit to the wine museum may allow you to reminisce in our wine bar 'Le Jardin' with a glass of wine. Discover, taste and enjoy! Dutch Wine Museum is open on Saturdays from 10.00 to 17.00 . Groups by appointment.
For several years are Marcel, Rob and Astrid Donders the management of the winery. The 4th generation in the family business with a long history since 1842. One of the oldest wineries found in the Netherlands. Modern business is combined with style and tradition. Besides also French wines you can rely on us for excellent wines from Italy, Spain, Portugal and Germany. New Zealand, Chile and Argentina. Robbers & van den Hoogen is distinguished by its versatility, knowledge and quality. With pride we may call us since 1992 Purveyor. Personal attention is essential for inspiring and lasting relationships. Especially in business relationships is an art to maintain that good. Necessary ingredients before: interest, respect, trust and appreciation. Robbers & van den Hoogen has been practicing for over 170 years, "the art of attention" for relationships. We go with the times and innovate fully in the company. But our core value is "personal attention". We are welcoming you! Contact for hours
Welcome ... ... On our website! On our pages you will find first-hand and inform you our passion bring them closer to wine. We are pleased to present a wide selection of wines, sects and spirits from around the world. In addition, we would like to present our gift service and attention to the possibility of individual labels. Find all information on the main menu. We hope you enjoy and would be happy if we could also welcome you in person in our shop.
Winery, sparkling wine and fine spirits from Franconia
Wine and Bar
Wine to us is a genie, genius loci; our job is to coax it from its rock to bottle. Every gesture we make, in vineyard and winery, is a summons to this spirit of place. Biodynamics, hand-based viticulture, low yields, natural winemaking – these are some of the means we’ve adopted better to record and transmit this voice. For example, all of our wines are fermented with their own yeast starters, cultured every year, from the vineyard itself. If wine is meant to be the bottled breath of a certain place, from a certain moment in time, then we feel that working with yeasts from that site, of that season, is an important step towards transparency and authenticity. Our cultures allow very long, very regular ferments: most of our whites ferment for more than a year. During this time, the wine is protected, so no sulphur is necessary. After so long a ferment, the wine is stable: thus most of our wines are bottled unfiltered, again with little or no sulphur. Each wine is allowed to flower as it wishes. If the Pinot Blanc stops with 4 grams RS, so be it. If the Gewurztraminer ferments to dryness, that is its choice. As my friend and hero Edmond Vatan once replied when I asked him about malolactic fermentation, “Pwah, le malo, si ca se fait, ca se fait.” So, at home we’ve sponsored a marriage of clay-limestone soils to Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, hoping to bring to the wine world a special, new place-voice. With the Growers Collection, we are allowed to work with admired colleagues, and with sites, soils, varieties different than those at home. All of our wines are devoted to people and place; all bring rich rewards of community. Claudia and I are extraordinarily lucky to have found a family with whom to share our home, farm and vineyard. Their care, talent, kindness and heart, give essential meaning to what we do. The good energy they bring to each day allows this place, and all of its inhabitants - animal, plant, etheric - to flourish. So to all of the friends who have helped us to make a life here, we offer simple sincere, love and thanks. . Mike and Claudia Weersing came to New Zealand in 1996, when Mike began making wine with Tim and Judy Finn at Neudorf Vineyards in Nelson. After a long and intensive search to find a site for their own vineyard, they purchased a farm in the Pyramid Valley, near Waikari in North Canterbury, in 2000. Claudia was born in Schleswig, Germany, and moved as a child to the U.S. She has studied fashion design, and is a skilled clothesmaker. She now brings her precise eye, two green thumbs, and a dazzling smile to the management of our home vineyards. She is happiest, and most often to be found, among her vines. Claudia is a committed biodynamicist; hers is a guiding and beautiful spirit on our land. Mike studied oenology and viticulture in Burgundy, beginning at the Lycee Viticole in Beaune, and continuing at the Universite de Bourgogne in Dijon. He has worked extensively in the vineyards and cellars of Europe, for producers such as Hubert de Montille, Domaine de la Pousse d'Or, and Nicolas Potel in Burgundy; Jean-Michel Deiss and Marc Kreydenweiss in Alsace; and Ernst Loosen in the Mosel. He has made wine in France and in Spain for Randall Grahm of Bonny DoonVineyards, vinifying in the Rhone Valley, the Languedoc-Roussillon, and the Navarra. New world vintages include apprenticeships with James Halliday at Coldstream Hills in the Yarra Valley of Australia, and with Russ Raney at Evesham Wood in Oregon's Eola Hills. The home vineyard has been established according to rules that Mike grew to respect and inherently to trust during his time studying and working in Burgundy: Pinot Noir and Chardonnay have been planted, on clay-limestone soils on scarp slopes, at a density of 10,000-12,000 vines per hectare. The vineyard has been biodynamically managed from inception. Each block is planted to reflect a specific soil type hence the somewhat irregular looking blocks. In total we have only 2.2 hectares planted in 4 separate blocks. The differences you can taste reflects the soil and climatic differences between each block, which is never more than 400 metres at most. We vinify each block and variety separately but identically in a mixture of old oak and clay amphorae so the outside influences on the grape are minimised. The blocks themselves were named by Claudia after the weed varieties predominant in each, which also reflect the different soil. The Angel Flower is a more exposed block, north facing that reflects a lightness, delicacy and an ethereal scent. The Lions Tooth with its golden dandelions and obvious lime rich soil shows a rich golden colour with a toasty sulphite nose. The Earth Smoke is a heavier clay, with a denser, wild, gamey outcome. The Field of Fire slopes away to an eastern aspect and into the heaviest clay and makes typically a green-hued delicate wine.
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