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31 PRODUCTS ON SALE – WEEK OF JUNE 19, 2017

Wines

Wines
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Wines on Sale This Week

Urban Riesling (750ml) – $8.57

Rodney Strong Sonoma Chardonnay (750ml) – $9.41

Molly Dooker Boxer Shiraz (750ml) – $23.99

Menage a Trois Red Blend (750ml) – $7.71

Hahn Cabernet (750ml) – $9.42

14 Hands Hot to Trot Red (750ml) – $6.84

Fog Head Merlot (750ml) – $3.45

La Marca Prosecco (750ml) – $11.99

Chateau Des Annibals Rose’ (750ml) – $17.45

Ferrari Carano Fume’ Blanc (750ml) – $11.99

Everyday Values

Yellow Tail – All Varietals (1.5L) – $10.99
Compare at $15 – Savings of 33%

Fish Eye – All Varietals (3L Boxes) – $18.99
Compare at $21 – Savings of 14%


Spirits

Spirits
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Spirits on Sale This Week

Makers Mark Bourbon (1.75L) – $39.99

Pinnacle Vodka (1.75L) – $16.29

Jim Beam 4yr Bourbon(1.75L) – $21.29

Whisper Creek Pumpkin Spice (750ml) – $17.81

Skyy Citrus Vodka (1.75L) – $17.99

Beefeater Gin (1.75L) – $27.69

Captain Morgan Cannon Blast (750ml) – $10.97

Belvedere Vodka (750ml) – $26.34

1800 Silver Tequila (1.75L) – $31.52

Jackson Morgan Cream All Flavors (750ml) – $19.75

Everyday Values

Cruzan Rum – All Flavors (1.75L) – $17.99
Compare at $24 – Savings of 20%

Captain Morgan Rum – All Flavors ( 1.75L) – $22.99
Compare at $26 – Savings of 11%

Camarena Tequila  (1.75L) – $32.99
Compare at $34 – Savings of 3%

Firefly Sweet Tea & Skinny Tea Vodka ( 1.75L)  $22.99
Compare at $30 – Savings of 23%

Malibu Rum  (1.75L)  $18.99
Compare at $22 – Savings of 18%


Beers

Beers
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TN Brew Works Cutaway (12 oz) – $1.69 each
For beer lovers who stretch beyond the 12th fret, this spicy rye IPA strums with an obvious bouquet of grapefruit and tangerine harmonies.
Recommended pairings: Sharp cheeses, smoked foods, such as smoked salmon.

TN Brew Works Extra Easy (12oz) – $1.69 each
A classic malt forward English-style pub ale, or ESB, with tones of apricot, plum, and caramel that’ll help you relax and appreciate the moment. Brilliant pairing to offset spicier foods.
Recommended pairings: BBQ and spicier foods. Foods with fruity or citrus marinades or dressings.

TN Brew Works Southern Wit (12oz) – $1.69 each
This citrusy unfiltered Belgian white ale hits high notes of tangerine, pear and honey; sourcing from natural ingredients including fresh orange zest, coriander, and chamomile.
Recommended pairings: Seafood, specifically shellfish. Light appetizers. Mild cheese.

TN Brew Works Basil Ryeman (12oz) – $2.49 each
This creamy and spicy farmhouse ale has been making a Grand Ole splash since it hit the beer scene. The Thai and traditional sweet basil, sourced from Bloomsbury Farms, and rye malts take center stage; offering complexity while remaining approachable. One can taste a variety of notes, with tones of pepper and fennel on the nose and palate. Recommended pairings: Italian, Thai food. Grilled meats.


Cigars-and-Accessories

Cigars
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Indian Motorcycle Toro Habano (6 x 52) – $7.55
A medium strength blend. An aroma of spice, fruit, nutmeg, and barn. Flavors of cedar, citrus, spice, and sweet coffee, with just a breath of red pepper, and a light touch of leather. Once this wonderful cigar gets going, these flavors get drenched with cream. This cigar was blended by lovers of rum, so that a good sipping rum is a perfect complement to it.

Indian Motorcycle Gordo Habano (6 x 58) – $8.45
A medium strength blend. An aroma of spice, fruit, nutmeg, and barn. Flavors of cedar, citrus, spice, and sweet coffee, with just a breath of red pepper, and a light touch of leather. Once this wonderful cigar gets going, these flavors get drenched with cream. This cigar was blended by lovers of rum, so that a good sipping rum is a perfect complement to it.


Accessories
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Oak Room Wines

The Oak Room – Collectors’ Corner Wines
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Spotlight on Chardonnays

2014 Martinelli, Zio Tony Ranch Vineyard, Russian River Valley (750ml) – $56.99
“The 2014 Zio Tony Ranch Chardonnay has a nose of honeycomb, grain, clean florals and lemon oil. The palate is bright, textured pineapple and grapefruit. Brilliant focus finishing with vanilla custard and pie crust.” Only 357 cases produced

” The 2014 Chardonnay, Zio Tony Ranch, is another super-impressive wine from Martinelli. Rich, unctuous and super-expressive, the 2014 has it all. Lemon confit, dried flowers, chamomile, orange peel, mint and white pepper give the 2014 its aromatic and flavor signatures. Powerful and enveloping to the core, the 2014 Zio Tony is immensely satisfying, not to mention flat-out delicious.”
95 points, Antonio Galloni / Vinous

2010 Arcadian Clos Pepe Vineyard  (750ml) – $54.99
“The 2010 Chardonnay Clos Pepe Vineyard is laced with essence of candied lemon peel, mint, white flowers and hazelnuts. A whopping 60 months in French oak has given it notable texture and unctuousness. Lightly honeyed notes round out the intense, beautifully layered finish. This is without question one of the most distinctive Chardonnays I have tasted in some time drink 2016 – 2022.”
93 points, Antonio Galloni.

2013 Shafer Red Shoulder Ranch, Napa/Carneros (750ml) – $57.99
“A perennial standout, this is an exuberantly rich, classic expression of the variety, with the heady, unmistakable imprint of the producer and vineyard. Expansive and generous in style, it offers baked honeycrisp apple and a jolt of lemon pith, with aromas of honeysuckle and vanilla. The finish is lengthy and substantial, with memorable minerality.”
94 points, Wine Enthusiast

 “Shafer’s 2013 Chardonnay Red Shoulder Ranch is quite suave and silky on the palate, with a bit more creaminess and textural depth than the 2012. Citrus, white flowers, mint and smoke are all layered into the super-expressive finish. Winemaker Elias Fernandez adds that yields were a bit more generous in 2013, although conditions were cooler.
92 points, Vinous / Antonio Galloni  

2013 Bien Nacido Vineyard, Santa Maria Valley (750ml) – $56.99
The wine comes entirely from the oldest Chardonnay block on Bien Nacio Vineyard where the limestone and gravel soils are most concentrated. There’s a distinct minerality to this wine, very characteristic of Bien Nacido. The nose is full of crisp citrus, lemon peel and stone fruit up front. As the wine continues to open in the glass, notes of toasted hazelnut, and caramelized nuts add complexity. The palate is focused, with bright acidity and a viscosity that lingers on the finish. A brininess and citrus zest keep this wine fresh and thirst quenching.
Winemaker’s Notes

“The 2013 Chardonnay Bien Nacido is a surprisingly rich, oily Chardonnay, with plenty of texture and viscosity, but also a terrific sense of freshness. Scents of butter, orange blossom, tropical flowers, white pastry and truffle all open up in the glass. Classy, elegant and refined,. I especially like the way the Bien Nacido continues to open up in the glass.” 94 points, Vinous / Antonio Galloni  

2015 Domaine Servin Chablis, Chablis France (750ml)– $29.99
“100 years ago, all Chablis was barrel fermented. It was the hallmark of the Kimmeridgian home for Chardonnay. In the 1950s stainless steel began to take hold in the region, dividing the growers and styles. Today some 80% of Chablis never meets oak.

“Winemaker Francois Servin has deep Chablis roots. He comes from a long history of Servin winemakers (the last five generations were all named Marcel), and the Servin family’s history in Chablis stretches all the way back to the 1600s. The Domaine holds 35 hectares (about 85 acres) of Chardonnay vines in four Grand Cru vineyards and six Premier Cru vineyards. All the vines, averaging 40-years-old, are planted in the famous Kimmeridgian soil, ancient limestone-rich earth which blesses wines with glorious minerality and brisk oceanic elements.”

“When reading about or discussing the best Chablis producers, I don’t hear Domaine Servin thrown around with the likes of Raveneau or Dauvissat. but Servin’s wines are stunning in their purity, length and seem capable of lots of time in the cellar. And when factoring price into the equation, Servin deserves serious attention.”

 



Sale prices valid through Saturday, June 24, 2017. First come, first served. No rain checks. No further discounts on sale items. May not be combined with other offers including case discounts. WHILE SUPPLIES LAST.