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Wines on Sale This Week

Orin Swift Palermo (750ml) – $38.79 

Z Alexander Brown Cabernet Sauvignon (750ml) – $11.29

Chateau St Michelle Chardonnay (750ml) – $7.79

Beringer White Zinfandel (1.5L) – $8.69

Vigneti del Sole Pinot Grigio (750ml) – $9.42

Lindeman’s Bin 65 Chardonnay (1.5L) – $8.39

Relax Riesling
 (750ml) – $7.89

BV Coastal Cabernet Sauvignon (750ml) – $6.89

Clos du Bois Chardonnay (750ml) – $7.74

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%


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Spirits on Sale This Week

Blue Chair Bay Banana Rum (1.75L) – $21.69

Tito’s Handmade Texas Vodka (1.75L) – $24.99

Gentleman Jack (1.75L) – $46.99

Tres Agaves Blanco Tequila with Margarita Mix (750ml) – $21.99  

Hendricks Gin (750ml) – $26.99

Caravella Orangecello (750ml) – $16.99

Smirnoff Vodka (1.75L) – $14.99

Admiral Nelson Rum (1.75L) – $12.99

Patron Anejo Tequila (CSWS Barrel Pick) (750ml) – $36.99

Ketel One Vodka (1.75L) – $32.99

Laphroaig 10 year Scotch (750ml) – $36.99

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%


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Dogfish Head “Beer to Drink Music To” Saison (12oz 6-pack) – $16.14
Made especially for National Record Store Day.

Dogfish Head Burton Baton IPA (12oz 4-pack) – $15.40
One of the few barrel-aged IPAs we keep around all year.


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It’s LOVE A LANCERO WEEK here at Woody’s. In a time where so many people are seeking out large cigars, we encourage you to try a lancero! Lancero cigars offer an extraordinary concentration in a given blend with dimensions that hover around 7 to 7.5 inches in length and an approximate 38 ring gauge. Many Lancero cigars are rolled with a pigtail cap, which is an extra strip of tobacco curled on the head of the cigar. A Lancero cigar is a great option for cigar lovers who crave an abundance of more intense, direct flavor from the wrapper leaf in a format that will burn for a good amount of time. Many cigar-makers are fond of the Lancero shape for its unique, Cuban nuances, though the format debuted only as recently as the 1960s.

Rocy Patel Sungrown Maduro Lancero (7.5 x 38) – $7.55
The Rocky Patel Sun Grown Maduro is full-bodied, with a broadleaf maduro wrapper, dual binders and Nicaraguan long-fillers. Cigar Aficionado’s # 2 cigar for 2016!

Joya De Nicaragua No. 13 Lancero (7 x 38) – $7.19
Expertly hand-rolled using a complex method that unites 2 different wrappers: an Ecuadorian shade-grown wrapper extends from the foot to the band, and a darker-hued Nicaraguan Criollo covers the area from band to head. It’s packed with perfectly blended Nicaraguan fillers that delight with their hints of cream, pepper and mild-to- medium body.

Crowned Heads Jericho Hill 12 Honest Men (7.5 x 38) – $8.95
Blended by the legendary Pepin Garcia in Estelí, Nicaragua, the lancero-sized 12 Honest Men is made from a San Andrés wrapper over a distinct pairing of Nicaraguan binder and filler tobaccos. Enjoy an earthy profile of nuts and spices in the concentrated lancero shape offered in a limited release.

Crowned Heads Headley Grange Drumstick 2017 (7.5 x 38) – $8.72
Originally released in 2013, Crowned Heads has released the very limited Headley Grange Drumstick 2017 Limited Edition. Only 1,000 boxes of 10 have been produced, so these will go quickly. The dark, oily high-priming Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper is applied to a core of Nicaraguan long-fillers hugged by a Nicaraguan binder in a variation on the original Headley Grange regular blend. The cigar features nice hints of nutty, spicy-sweet flavors and coffee. Because the lancero is a difficult shape, not only to roll, but to blend correctly, the entire batch of Drumsticks is being produced by one roller at E.P. Carrillo’s Tabacalera La Alianza S.A.

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The Oak Room – Collectors’ Corner Wines
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Shafer Vinyards: Nothing but the Best

John Shafer began working and replanting steep, rocky vineyards in Napa Valley’s Stags Leap District in 1972, and has since built Shafer into one of the most sought-after labels from Napa. John, his son Doug, and winemaker Elias Fernandez call themselves farmers, and are proud of it. Doug took over the vineyards in 1989, and within a year began to integrate organic techniques into his vineyards while the term “organic” still elicited sideways looks. “My soils were getting tired,” Doug says. “They had been farmed since 1922.” He installed solar panels in 2004, and now enjoys watching his batteries send power back to the grid. Elias was hired by Shafer in 1984 and named winemaker in 1994. Shafer Hillside Select is a benchmark wine of the Stag’s Leap District, with a string of awards too long to list. Aged a full four years prior to release, it is, in the words of Robert Parker, “One of the world’s most profound Cabernet Sauvignons.”

2009 Shafer “Hillside Select” Stags Leap District Cabernet Sauvignon (750ml) – $249.99
“This is mind blowing stuff. Notes of mint, minerals, currants, blackberries, with hints of cedar. Full bodied, very velvety and chewy. This won’t be out until 2013. Winemaker believes this could be the best one yet, and I have to agree.”
97-98 points, James Suckling

“A monumental effort, offering a striking crescendo of dense, rich flavors, beginning with pure dark berry, mocha, tobacco leaf, cigar box, dried herb and crushed rock notes. The tannins are full-strength as well, drying and gripping on the finish as they hold the road tar and cedar details in place. Best from 2015 through 2030.”
96 points, Wine Spectator

2010 Shafer “Hillside Select” Stags Leap District, Cabernet Sauvignon (750ml) – $299.99
“The 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon Hillside Select offers a mind-blowing display of blue, red and black fruits along with licorice and floral notes. The prodigious aromatics are followed by a precise, rich, pure blast of inky black currant, blueberry and mulberry flavors. The oak is virtually undetectable, and the wine, for all its power, richness and depth, is incredibly light on its feet and ethereal. It should drink well for 3 to 4 decades. Those who might argue that wines over 14% alcohol are hot, loathsome and heavy really need to objectively taste these wines rather than bloviate.”
100 points, The Wine Advocate 

“Readers will have to be much more patient with the 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon Hillside Select, as there is much less early appeal here. Dark cherries, plums, graphite, mint and cloves emerge over time, but only with great reluctance. The 2010 finishes with bracing, cool minerality, showing impressive depth, power and energy. The pulsating, vibrant 2010 is pretty much the opposite of the 2009. Following both over the next 10-20 years is going to be great fun.”
98 points, Vinous / Antonio Galloni

2011 Shafer “Hillside Select” Stag’s Leap District, Cabernet Sauvignon (750ml) – $299.99
“Extremely minty with dried flowers, dark berries and currants. Full body but refined, with super-integrated tannins. The wood, ripe fruit, tannin and acid balance is beautiful. Wonderful potential here.”
96 points, James Suckling

“Possibly the Cabernet Sauvignon of the vintage is Shafer’s 2011 Cabernet Sauvignon Hillside Select. Last year I thought it was a strong effort, but it’s even better now that it’s been bottled. With an opaque black/purple color and notes of subtle burning charcoal embers, blueberry, blackberry and graphite, the wine has a certain Bordelais minerality, but then the richness of Napa kicks in. It’s full-bodied (somewhat unusual for a 2011) with lighter tannins, and no doubt the wine will be on a faster evolutionary track than vintages such as 2010, 2012 and 2013. Nevertheless, the Shafers and Elias said this was the toughest vintage they’d ever experienced. To be able to produce a compelling wine like this is a testament to their extraordinary skills and craftsmanship. This wine can be drunk now or cellared for another 15-20 years.”
96 points, The Wine Advocate

2013 Shafer Merlot (750ml) – $62.99
“Shafer’s 2013 Merlot is wonderfully fresh, brisk and nuanced. Sweet red cherry, plum, mintand expressive spice notes are all pushed forward. This open-knit, fleshy Merlot should drink well for the next handful of years. (AG) Shafer is one of Napa Valley’s best oiled machines. Year after year the wines deliver the goods in a rich, sumptuous style that defines the very essence of contemporary Napa Valley at its very best. The 2012s are terrific, but Shafer really shines in 2013 and 2014, two vintages in which the wines have a bit more energy and delineation than 2012, a year with mostly mid-weight wines built on forward fruit, but with less varietal character. Winemaker Elias Fernandez describes 2013 as a year with a generous crop. Unlike the vast majority of his colleagues, Fernandez opted for shorter macerations in 2014, a year with smaller berries and wines that extracted more quickly than in 2013, when the wines spent longer on the skins. Quite frankly, it’s hard to go wrong with any of these wines, including the just-released 2011 Hillside Select, which is gorgeous.”
92 points, Vinous

2013 Shafer One Point Five (750ml) – $99.99
“The velvety approachability of this soft, supple wine belies a strength and sophistication always at the heart of this producer’s wines, an intensity of flavor and power that commands attention. Black currant, black cherry, sage and smoky oak ride atop an underground of black pepper, combining ultimately into a tantalizingly juicy package. Drink now through 2023. Cellar Selection.”
95 points, Wine Enthusiast

“The 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon One Point Five has a dense ruby/purple color and is a blend of 99% Cabernet Sauvignon and 1% Petit Verdot aged 20 months in 100% new French oak. This is always a beautifully elegant wine from Shafer, and the 2013 is no exception. Blueberry, black raspberry and blackcurrant fruit, along with crushed rock and spring flowers are present in this medium-bodied, stylish and elegant wine. Tannins are soft, the wine pure and ideal for drinking now and over the next 12-15 years.”
94 points, The Wine Advocate

2013 Shafer “Red Shoulder Ranch” Chardonnay (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 ‘honey crisp’ 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, Antonio Galloni

Sale prices valid through Saturday, April 29, 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.