Kelly Bronze are not only heritage breed, humanely raised turkeys. They are wild-foraging, hand plucked, and dry aged (like beef!). They are an experience like no other.
Even the Washington Post thinks they’re awesome.
This Saturday, November 12 from 10am-2pm, Kevin from the Kelly Bronze farm will be here to taste out his delicious turkey. A great opportunity to try before you buy. Don’t forget: Thanksgiving orders are due next week!
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Beaujolais is the underdog in Burgundy’s red wine scene. Made from the Gamay grape, the often juicy and autumn-spiced light reds are perfect for fall flavors (especially the Thanksgiving table).
These will be the focus of this Saturday’s wine tasting: The beauty of Beaujolais!
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Today we are tasting four textured white wines for the autumn season. Stop by from Noon to 3pm today to taste these lovely white wines that can enhance your dinner table (or even Thanksgiving table?).
Sicily’s Mount Etna has an ancient winemaking culture, sharing Barolo’s tradition of long aging in massive old
botti. The resulting delicacy and nuance evoke comparisons not only to Barolo, but to Burgundy. In fact, Jancis Robinson recently posted that Etna is “the Burgundy of the Mediterranean”.
Today, few adhere to Etna’s ancient practices. But one great estate, Calabretta, continues to make its majestic reds as in the past, releasing them only after a decade in their cellar. The wines are extraordinary—and the prices are extraordinarily low.
This will be the focus of this Saturday’s wine tasting: The beauty of Calabretta
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We have our sausages on sale today!
10% off all housemade frozen link sausages.
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Turkey is one of the most ancient wine-producing regions in the world, the country has always had one of the world’s most extensive areas of vineyard, and the land carries with it over 600 indigenous varieties. Yet Turkey battles the culture wars between European influence, Middle Eastern instability, and foreign pressures, all while being a secular country in the Muslim world.
Luckily, some of their precious wines make it out of their borders, across the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, and into our store.
This will be the focus of this Saturday’s wine tasting: The mystery of Turkish wine!
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Clean. Fun. Real.
Some of the most delicious wines in the world are made without using chemicals in the vineyard, without adding yeast, or sugar, or acid, and without a huge aggressive filtering process.
This will be the focus of this Saturday’s wine tasting: Natural wines from a part of the world that cares as much about enjoying the deliciousness of wine as they do about nature.
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This Saturday, September 2, as harvest begins all over the world and cool weather starts to set in, we thought we might open some wines that fit the zeitgeist.
We will be tasting from two California wineries: one of the old guard, and one of the new movement.
Continue reading Wine Tasting: Pre Labor Day Tasting of California Wines
Fire up the grill this Labor Day weekend!
BONE-IN PORK CHOPS
PORK SPARE RIBS
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