USDA Choice & Prime Natural Rib Roasts
If you are looking for the best rib roast to enjoy this holiday season, then look no further than Bristol Farms! We offer a variety of rib roasts with a guarantee of quality you can count on. Our USDA Choice and Prime Natural Rib Roasts are always vegetarian-fed, antibiotic-free, hormone-free, and humanely raised. These rib roasts are available for ordering online (by clicking here) or by calling your nearest Bristol Farms Meat Department. Ordering is available through December 22, but we encourage you to order early to ensure availability. Be sure to check out our go-to recipe for Herb Crusted Prime Rib, which shines through a delicious mixture of fresh herbs and spices. To take your rib roast to the next level, be sure to check out our Dry Aged Rib Roasts (available for ordering in store).
Dry Aged Rib Roasts
What makes Bristol Farms' Dry Aged Rib Roasts so special? Unwrapped subprimals of USDA Prime or Choice beef rib sections are… Read More
Chapoutier Belleruche Cotes-du-Rhone Rose, Blanc and Rouge
Rose - This very popular Rose is a fresh, vibrant wine from start to finish. Scents of crushed stone add a sense of complexity to the raspberry and lime zest flavors in this medium-bodied blend of Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault. And for those looking for an alternative to red or white wine at the Thanksgiving feast, Rose is the way to go!
Blanc – This mouth-watering blend of Grenache Blanc, Roussanne, Viognier, Clairette and Bourboulenc boasts aromas of green apple, white blossoms, citrus and exotic fruit. On the palate, gloriously ripe but restrained notes of apricot, peach, and mineral jump from the glass. This deliciously fruity, medium-bodied wine bursts at the seams with personality and character and is very food friendly – match with grilled fish, pork, soft goat cheese, and of course, white turkey meat and gravy!
Rouge – Made from Syrah and Grenache, this rousing red exudes aromas and flavors of red fruits… Read More
We know just how hectic the holidays can be. So for your convienence, we are open on Thanksgiving Day. Come scoop that one missing ingredient or even a fully prepared side dish like cranberry sauce or brussels sprouts au gratin. Don’t stress: we are here to make sure your holiday is relaxing and delicious.
Rolling Hills: 6am-5pm
South Pasadena: 6am-7pm
Manhattan Beach: 6am-6pm
Newport beach: 6am-6pm
West Hollywood: 7am-10pm
La Jolla: 7am-6pm
Palm Desert: 6am-6pm
Santa Monica: 6am-8pm Read More
Pears are the quintessential holiday fruit, and we get ours from Duckwall Fruit, a 100-year-old, family-owned company in Hood River, Oregon, a region known for its amazing pears. Comice pears are juicy, sweet, and have a smooth, creamy texture that’s perfect for eating out of hand or creating your favorite holiday recipe.
Our Comice pears are beautiful with festive red and green colors. Six pears come wrapped in gold foil and green tissue paper in a box and make a delicious holiday gift! Read More
Dark and deep purple in color, this Petite Sirah is a lush, ripe wine, impressive for its sheer power and fruit that offers a balance of spice and vibrant tannins. The flavors are on the wild side, brimming with blackberry and sweet vanilla, plums, bacon and exotic spices. Layered and complex, floral notes and a slightly peppery sensation balance the jammy, fruity characteristics and lends a savory earthiness to the finish. Pair this full-bodied beauty with anything from spicy Cajun, smoky, and grilled meat to dark Turkey meat and whatever stuffing you can toss its way too. If you have any aged Gouda around, it will be sublime with that cheese! Only 322 cases produced.
This Petite Sirah was made from Spring Hill Vineyard, located in the St. Helena appellation. The vineyard is on the west side of the Valley floor and benefits from copious direct sunlight during the growing season as well as cool breezes in the afternoon, a perfect situation for Petite Sirah.
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2012 Ryan Cochrane Santa Maria Valley Pinot Noir Solomon Hills Vineyard
92 points - Cellar Selection Wine Enthusiast
The justly famous Solomon Hills Vineyard is located about seven miles from the ocean just outside the city of Orcutt in Santa Barbara County. The maritime influence combined with the sandy loam soil results in wines with bright fruit, good balance, crisp acidity and what is known as "Santa Maria spice". The lively nose jumps out of the glass, revealing a tightly-knit profile of fresh cherries, strawberries, hazelnuts, spice cake, violet and rose petal. The smooth, silky, light-bodied mouthfeel delivers notes of firm red strawberry, raspberry and cherry mixed with dashes of currant, caramelized orange peel and vanilla. Delicate tannins transition to a sparkle of acidity on the finish. The best suggestion I can give about this wine is this - every pilgrim should have some extra bottles on hand for your Thanksgiving feast as it will pair deliciously with the white and… Read More
Cuyama Orchards is nestled in the uppermost part of the Cuyama Valley in a rugged mountainous corner of Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties. The orchards are surrounded by towering peaks and National Forest. At 3300’ in elevation, and on the interior of the Sierra Madre Coastal mountain range, Cuyama Orchards enjoys ideal weather for growing sweet, crunchy, juicy apples that are bursting with flavor. The warm days late into the fall along with cool crisp nights mean that Howard and Jean Albano (pictured right) can harvest their fruit with a full flavor at the peak of ripeness.
Bristol Farms is proud to feature our local growers from Cuyama Orchards and we look forward the following varieties of apples arriving this fall:
Crimson Gold: Howard’s favorite apple is the Crimson Gold, a tiny little apple discovered over 100 years ago by famed California homesteader/apple grower Alfred Etter, in the rugged hills of Humboldt County. The Crimson Gold is very highly flavored… Read More
A unique Carneros Chardonnay that is produced on the Napa Valley side, the Eagle Glen Chardonnay boasts floral aromas of violet and honeysuckle with distinct, tropical fruits slowly rising from the glass. Offering a light, buttery golden color, the flavors on the palate echo a nutlike complexity, accented with a naturally rich mouthfeel. Focused acids move across the palate and linger, offsetting a decadent, mineral finish. Its pedigree is substantial as the grapes were hand-picked and carefully selected and then allowed to rest 18 months in 100% French Oak barrels. This Chardonnay is the ideal pairing companion with your Thanksgiving feast, be it beast or fowl!
Suggested Retail $17.99 Sale price is $8.99! Save 50%!
Purchase 6 or more bottles and receive an additional 10% discount!
Promo valid from November 1
All selections are 750ml unless otherwise noted. No rain checks. While Bristol Farms takes every effort to ensure adequate supply, all offerings are subject to… Read More
We all get busy sometimes. And with the holidays approaching, life just seems to get more hectic each day. So coming home to prepare a dinner from scratch for the family isn't always a priority. But greasy and mysterious ingredient take-out isn't always what we want to do either.
The simplest solution we can suggest? A hot and juicy hormone and antibiotic-free rotisserie chicken from our stores paired with easy and oh, so flavorful roasted vegetables.
Because roasting vegetables like carrots, squash, and potatoes is what you do in the Fall and Winter.
2 lb Yukon Gold potatoes
2 lb. Rainbow carrots, peeled and cut on a bias
2 tablespoons olive or grapeseed oil
1 tablespoon fresh thyme, finely cut
1 tablespoon Rosemary, finely cut
1 tablespoon butter
Salt and Pepper
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Boil potatoes for about 10 minutes and drain completely. Let cool and then quarter. To a baking sheet, add potatoes and carrots. Drizzle with oil… Read More
At last, there's the crisp Autumn air we've been waiting for! And with November officially here, we can all really start thinking about the holidays - specifically, Thanksgiving. The feast that takes days of preparation is just 3 weeks away and if we want to make this very special day run smoothly...and deliciously, it's important to start planning now.
So here's your Thanksgiving Feast Countdown Planner...so you won't miss a single beat when it comes to the much anticipated, Turkey Day!
3 Weeks Out:
Plan Your Menu
-How many guests to account for?
-Going traditional with a turkey OR changing it up this year with ham, roast beef, or our very own special porchetta?
-What kinds of sides to pair with the bird (or other meat)
-Vegan friends or family to consider?
Collect your recipes
Make Your Shopping List
Order Your Turkey from Bristol Farms (in-store or online)
Shop for beer, wine, soda (get that out of the way now)
2 Weeks Out:
Clean Out Your Fridge… Read More