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6.17.2016

Govino – Wine on the go!

We’re just days away from summer! I can’t wait for all the dining al fresco, concerts in the park, and Hollywood Bowl visits planned for the season. With each venture, my family and I always have our snacks and drinks (hello wine!) in tow. If you’re going with wine, you’ve got to have the right […]

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6.14.2016

The Art of Summertime Ales

The Golden State is known for a great many things, but one that is absolutely exploding in popularity is the artisan culture of Craft Brewing. Originally considered home of the modern independent Brewer, California introduced Anchor Brewing, New Albion, and Sierra Nevada, each building successful businesses out of their passion, creativity, and rehabbing the remains […]

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6.7.2016

Yes Way Rosé!

Nothing tames summertime heat like a chilled glass of rosé. Well many things do, but rosé is one of our absolute favorites. Blush wines were long ago stigmatized by the creation of the off-dry White Zinfandel, which did however draw scores of non-wine drinkers to the fold. But that was an eon ago, and tastes […]

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6.7.2016

Four Roses Bristol Farms Private Selection Single Barrel Bourbon

Bourbon Whiskey has grown to become one of the hottest commodities in spirits today. The mysterious dark spirit’s consumption is far outpacing its production, and by large margins. There are many brands that clutter shelves, with many startups and many styles, which makes one weary about investing in an unknown. The art of whiskey is […]

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5.12.2016

Beyond the Sea, There Lies a Vineyard

Rusack Santa Catalina Vineyards Pinot Noir How’s this for a story line right out of Hollywood – A Wrigley descendant and her husband, who happens to own a winery in Santa Ynez, launch a winemaking enterprise using grapes from their vineyards in Santa Catalina’s backcountry, truly one of the “last frontiers” for winegrowing in California. […]

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5.4.2016

Feliz Cinco de Mayo!

Living in Southern California, it would almost be sacrilegious to not love Mexican food, and nearly impossible to avoid Cinco de Mayo celebrations all around. So we invite you to celebrate with Bristol Farms and pick up all the necessary (and delicious) items to make your Cinco de Mayo meal complete from scratch. The first […]

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4.27.2016

Pre-Cinco de Mayo Margaritas

Let’s start the Cinco de Mayo party celebrations early, shall we? We’ve got a great deal on 750 ml Sauza Silver and Gold Tequila that will last you all the way through your Cinco de Mayo parties and beyond. Both are on sale for only $9.99 a bottle, which is a savings of $9.00 each! […]

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4.7.2016

California’s Next Gold Rush – Beer!

It’s definitely Not Fools Gold, and it is a gold rush of sorts; a revolution, the beginning of a movement, the likes few have ever seen. Beer is a curious potion. Its roots go back to the 5th millennium B.C., and was documented in Egyptian and Mesopotamian writings. Vessels from the era were identified to […]

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3.23.2016

New! 10 under $10 and Club 90 Wines

Today marks the start of a whole new selection of our very successful 10 under $10 and Club 90 wines! Promotional discount valid through end of June 2016. While Bristol Farms takes every effort to ensure adequate supply, all offerings are subject to availability. 10 under $10 Just in time to enjoy the Spring and […]

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3.17.2016

Newport Beach Welcomes Carl Nolet

Gin has been stigmatized over the years with its propensity to be overtly pungent and sharp, which it often lived up to. For eons, it has endured a love/hate relationship, with the dislike factor tending to have a slight majority. But in today’s modern cocktail era, much has changed. Gin has evolved tremendously, and has […]

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