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29 PRODUCTS ON SALE – WEEK OF JULY 17, 2017

Wines

Wines
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Wines on Sale This Week

Butternut Chardonnay (750ml) – $9.59

Chateau St Michelle Pinot Grigio (750ml) – $8.56

Noble Vines 667 Pinot Noir (750ml) – $9.41

14 Hands Hot to Trot Red (750ml) – $6.85

Rodney Strong Sauvignon Blanc (750ml) – $10.38

Fog Head Red Blend (750ml) – $2.98

Anthony & Dominic Pinot Noir (750ml) – $12.86

Yellow Tail Reserve Cabernet (750ml) – $6.89

Fog Head Pinot Grigio (750ml) – $2.98

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

Smirnoff Vodka (1.75L) – $15.35

Crown Royal (1.75L) – $39.99

Grey Goose Vodka (750ml) – $24.29

Wild Turkey 101 (1.75L) – $35.69

Ketel One Vodka (1.75L) – $32.99

Beefeater Gin (1.75L) – $27.79

Master Mix Margarita Bucket (3L) – $6.49

Four Roses Single Barrel (750ml) – $29.99

Fireball Cinnamon Whisky (1.75L) – $23.99

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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Jackalope Love Bird Can (12 oz) – $1.79 each
This crisp wheat beer is complemented by the addition of nearly two hundred pounds of strawberries and raspberries in each brew. The fruit adds a tartness and berry aroma, as well as a slightly pink color to the brew. Available: April-June Availability: Draft and Cans Namesake: Named after the legendary bird itself, this beer is best drank in rounds of two.


Jackalope Rompo Red Can (12 oz) – $1.69 each
Rompo is a twist on an Irish Red, using classic earthy UK hops and caramel malts. We gave it our own Tennessee take by adding flaked rye to the mash. Rompo is a very smooth drinking brew with notes of fruit and caramel, while the rye contributes a spicy and clean finish. Namesake: A mythical beast with the head of a rabbit, the ears of a human, the front arms of a badger, and the rear legs of a bear.


Jackalope Thunder Ann Can (12 oz) – $1.69 each
Thunder Ann is brewed to highlight beautiful citrusy American hops. She comes off almost tropical; people will find notes of apricot and mango in addition to the citrus bouquet. Honey and biscuit malts contribute to the body as well, making it a friendly, yet bold American Pale Ale. Namesake: Davy Crockett’s fictional wife, Sally Ann Thunder Ann Whirlwind Crockett


Cigars-and-Accessories

Cigars
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Brick House Mighty Might Maduro (6.5 x 60) – $6.69
The Brick House Maduro is a tribute to the original Brick House Cuban puros handmade with the finest Havana tobaccos. Third-generation cigar makers, Eric and Bobby Newman, have faithfully recreated this vintage cigar brand by blending specially aged Nicaraguan tobaccos to create a smoke that is lush, dense, and brimming with notes of coffee, cedar, and spice, with a toasty, sweet finish. Handmade in Nicaragua, these flavorful cigars are designed to be enjoyed and shared just like J.C.’s friends and family would have done 150 years ago with the original Brick House cigars.
Or save more with a box of 25! $150.52

Brick House Robusto Maduro (5 x 54) – $5.39
The Brick House Maduro is a tribute to the original Brick House Cuban puros handmade with the finest Havana tobaccos. Third-generation cigar makers, Eric and Bobby Newman, have faithfully recreated this vintage cigar brand by blending specially aged Nicaraguan tobaccos to create a smoke that is lush, dense, and brimming with notes of coffee, cedar, and spice, with a toasty, sweet finish. Handmade in Nicaragua, these flavorful cigars are designed to be enjoyed and shared just like J.C.’s friends and family would have done 150 years ago with the original Brick House cigars.
Or save more with a box of 25! $121.27


Accessories
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Sorry, no accessories on sale this week.


Oak Room Wines

The Oak Room – Collectors’ Corner Wines
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Summer Reds from Southern France

2014 Domaine Tempier Bandol (750ml)  $54.99
“Since Daniel Ravier took over winemaking at Tempier in 2000, he’s cleaned the old barrels and moved the winery from organic farming toward biodynamics, but otherwise his style holds firmly to the one Lucian Peyraud established after acquiring the estate in 1940. He blends Tempier’s basic Bandol from various terroirs within the estate’s 98 acres, adding a little grenache, cinsault and carignan to the mourvèdre that makes up three-quarters of the wine. The 2014 is dark and earthy, with chocolate density to the plummy fruit and pleasantly gravelly tannins. As it takes on air, notes of garrigue and roasted meat appear, as well as an acidity that recalls plum skin in its firmness and crunch. If you open it now, decant it an hour before serving; it should age well over the next five to ten years.” 94 points, Wine & Spirits 

“An impressive barrel sample, the 2014 Bandol Cuvee Classique shows surprising depth and concentration in the vintage. Notes of dark fruits, mineral and peppery, Provencal herbs all emerge from this medium to full-bodied, beautifully pure, elegant 2014 that should drink reasonably well on release.
92 points, The Wine Advocate 

2014 Domaine Tempier Bandon ‘La Migoua’ (750ml) – $65.99
The La Migoua area is renowned for its geological features and is often studied for its complex sediment patterns. The outcrops of rocks found in this area date back much further than those in the rest of the Bandol winegrowing area. The effect of one tectonic plate sinking beneath another (subduction) can actually be observed here. During the geological formation of the Alps, the lower layers folded themselves over the younger upper layers. The other unusual feature of this area is the huge geological fracture found in Val d’Arenc which is the reason for the outcrops of rock layers dating back to the Triassic age (200–250 million years ago). The vineyard’s parcels are intertwined among this wild landscape of scrubland and pine forest.

The La Migoua vineyard is on the outskirts of the village of Le Beausset, perched on the southern face of the Le Beausset-Vieux hill range on a chalk and clay terroir. Strata of 200 million year old Muschelkalk can be found here. The soil structure varies throughout the vineyard from stony to various colours of clay ranging from red to ochre to almost blue in some places. The terroir is in the form of a natural amphitheatre with an average altitude of 270m above sea level. Cuvée La Migoua is comprised of 50 to 65 % Mourvedre depending on the year. A significant amount of Cinsault is also grown in this vineyard, particularly on the south-facing hillside known as ‘La Louffe’. With a tendancy towards more animal notes than the estate’s other cuvées,La Migoua expresses great complexity. It is a wine with a delicate nose, excellent balance and a long aging potential.

La Migoua is made up of heterogeneous clay that varies in color between red, ochre, and blue. At 270 meters, it sits at the highest altitude of all the vineyards. The parcel’s complex sedimentation is largely due to the subduction of a tectonic plate which has surfaced the oldest rock outcroppings in the whole of the appellation. Surrounded by garrigue and pine forest, the grapes translate to earthy, gamey wines. La Migoua has the smallest amount of Mourvèdre in the blend, with the highest percentage of Grenache of the three cuvées
From a slightly higher elevation site, the 2014 Bandol La Migoua is an elegant, complex 2014 that offers bright acidity, lots of black cherry and black raspberry fruits, medium-bodied richness and fine, sweet tannin. The acidity would give me pause, yet it has terrific mid-palate depth and surprising concentration, all of which suggest short-term cellaring. 92 points, The Wine Advocate

2014 Gerard Bertrand Corbieres (750ml) – $14.99
A deep, concentrated color. The complex aromas of black fruit come from the carefully controlled extraction during vinification and from the exceptional ripeness of the grapes. A wine of distinctive character with all the flavors of ripe fruit, with subtle hints of spices and licorice. Its full, fat body lends it a remarkable elegance.
#55 Wine Spectator, Top 100 of 2016

2017 Domaine Raspail – Ay, Gigondas (750ml) – $34.99
“Vivid ruby-red. Spice-accented red and dark berries on the highly perfumed nose. Excellent clarity and lift in the mouth, offering juicy raspberry, bitter cherry and lavender pastille flavors that deepen and become sweeter with aeration. Rich yet vibrant, showing strong closing thrust, fine-grained tannins and resonating mineral and floral notes.” Vinous, 91-93 points

2017 Bila – Haut ‘Occultum Lapidem’ Cotes du Rousillon Villages Latour de France (750ml) – $29.99
The Occultum Lapidem displays great dark garnet-red color in the glass. The nose is laden with aromas of black fruits, pepper, leather and graphite with hints of shrubs. On the palate, the fleshy quality of the wine is apparent straightaway from the attack. Rich and dense, the wine finishes with balance of fruit and delicate tannins.
Critical Acclaim

“Slightly hard to read on this occasion, with some reductive notes (which can be a good sign), the 2014 Cotes du Roussillon Villages Latour de France Occultum Lapidem, has terrific purity and freshness in its black raspberry, blackberry, pepper and rock-laced bouquet. Medium to full-bodied, elegant and fresh, with impressive tension, focus and tannic grip through the finish, it looks to be another superb vintage of this cuvee.
95 points, The Wine Advocate 



Sale prices valid through Saturday, July 22, 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.