Father's Day is just 3 days away! Don't worry; time got away from us too. So even if you waited until the very last minute to find the perfect (or most practical) present for Pops, you can count on us to have just about everything he wants - no matter if he's a BBQ connoisseur, avid outdoorsman, or at-home mixologist.
For the dad who enjoys the ultimate “gentleman’s drink,” served neat, we have you covered with an extensive selection of Scotch Whiskys that are 25% off until June 18th! Not sure how to properly pick out the right kind of Scotch? We had a feeling. Check out our Scotch Whisky guide and you'll be golden. So go on ahead and let him sit back...and drink up on his special day.
For Thirst Quenching:
For the dad who loves the great outdoors and knows how important it is to stay hydrated, Hydro Flask promises ice-cold liquid for 24 hours. This line offers canisters for hot liquids and food too!
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Cellars 33 Pinot Noir Sonoma County
Suggested Retail $36.99
Sale price is $16.99 Save $20!
Purchase 6 or more bottles and receive an additional 10% discount!
You may remember this wine’s prior siblings, the Guidici and Brousseau vineyards. Well, this beauty continues the trend of excellent Pinot at a very affordable price. From a blend of grapes sourced from three vineyard sites, including Keefer (one of the producer's vineyard designates), this wine boasts a noticeably supple texture, with a soft expression of cranberry and red cherry aromas. Moderately light cherry red color in the glass, the robust fruit flavors of Bing cherry with added nuances of bramble and spice leads to a mid-weight, wild strawberry core touched by oak. The finish is largely driven by brooding red fruit and smooth tannins. This Pinot really opens up with more time in the glass…problem is, it doesn’t last very long!
*Promo valid from June 7 - June 13, 2017
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Summer is in full swing - and we're absolutely loving it. From sunny days at the beach to picnics at the park to backyard barbecues with our family and friends, we're finding lots of reasons to eat well this season. Summer is also a time to relax a little more - and sometimes, that means finding shortcuts in the kitchen so that we can spend more time with those who matter most. So what's the best cooking shortcut we can suggest?Taking full advantage of barbecue leftovers.
If you already enjoy grilling on the weekends, then why not grill a little extra so that you can eat well all week long? Here are some of our favorite barbecue leftover recipe ideas...
Barbecue Quesadillas: Simply slice up leftover steak, brisket, or chicken and evenly layer on one half of a large tortilla along with shredded Monterey Jack, green onions, and diced tomatoes. Spread a light layer of your favorite BBQ sauce on the other side, fold, and place on an oiled pan over medium heat. Cook for 1-2 minutes… Read More
The perfect pairing to your BBQ entrees, our simple and tasty Spinach Pasta Salad is made fresh daily and boasts great flavor from its ripe cherry tomatoes, creamy whole milk mozzarella, crisp celery and scallion, and robust Italian dressing. Take it to your next picnic or enjoy at home alongside one of our prepared BBQ meats for a well-balanced meal that screams summer.
You can find our vegetraian-friendly Spinach Pasta Salad in our deli case or conveiently packaged and ready-to-go in the prepared foods section. Scoop up this summertime favorite today!
Prepare to swoon: our scratch-made cake loafs taste as good as mom’s. Crafted with fresh ingredients!
Available Flavors: Blueberry, Raspberry Chocolate, Double Chocolate Chip, Apple Bran, Apple Cinnamon, Zucchini, Flaxseed Berry Bran, Orange Cranberry, Lemon Poppyseed, Cappuccino, Pumpkin, Butter, Banana Chocolate Loaf, and Banana Nut Read More
First you start with JaM and then you add a little Butter. Well that’s how it began for John and Michelle Truchard (JaM is their initials), who launched a small project in 2009 that was geared to getting rich luscious wines in the hands of thirsty patrons for under $20. The field was crowded, but John’s family history and his research paid off. His Cabernet was unpretentious and clever, with jammy supple fruit to which its name was well suited.
John is second generation wine grower and winemaker, so his roots run deep. He consulted with Rob Lloyd whom was winemaker at La Crema and Rombauer, and knows a little something about Chardonnay, and created a full throttle, voluptuous Chardonnay with the hedonistic buttery character that California is famous for.
Butter was born in 2010, and what started as a thousand case venture has turned into a monster of a brand, growing to more than 800,000 cases this year with no end in sight. It took a little coaxing initially to get patrons… Read More
Mud Pie Collection
Celebrate Mother's Day by spoiling her with a collection! It can add charm and wit to your holiday brunch table or perfect gift to mom, a piece she’s needed for years. Mud Pie are classic designs, generously sized, and perfect for a big happy brunch.
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Want to impress your friends and family on Cinco De Mayo with how much you know about tequila? Or would you like to impress them with a bottle of tequila they have never tasted?
Where does Tequila get its name?
Tequila is a spirit named for the city of Tequila in the heart of Guadalajara.
How does it start?
Beginning its life as a succulent, not a cactus, the Blue or Weber Agave grows in volcanic fields of Jalisco for 8-10 years and is harvested at the peak of maturity. Once stripped of its spikes, the heart or Piña is baked, mashed and its sweet nectar is fermented into a type of wort or mosto which is then double distilled to create the unique regional spirit that we enjoy today.
How long does it take?
Silver or Blanco sees no oak, Reposado is “rested” for a minimum of two months in oak casks, and aged Añejo sees a minimum of a year in barrel before bottling. Of course these are minimum guidelines, each producer has its own recipes and regimens. There are… Read More