• Meg Williams

Featured Wines: Tasting 12/10

We have a special two part tasting this Friday! Join us for two delicious wines from our friend Stephanie, and then stay to try some fantastic scotch from our friend Chris.


Friday, December 10th from 3:00-6:00pm

Please visit our covid guidelines to participate in the tasting!

Guests: Stephanie (from Veraison Bev) and Chris (from Blue Ridge Spirits)


Invidious White Blend

La Mancha (Spain)

The white has a pale straw color. The aromas are a youthful combination of citrus zest, lemon with juicy ripeness coming from notes of peaches and nectarines. There are playful hints of passions fruit mixed into the wine. The palate is soft, yet crisp and refreshing with lots of fruit. $13.99


Invidious Red Blend

La Mancha (Spain)

This red wine is fit for a banquet! A blend of Tempranillo and Shiraz, it glows in the glass with a dense crimson color. One the nose this red wine reveals blackcurrants, mulberries, blackberries and blueberries along with oak wood, black tea and cigar box. The tongue feel is characterised by an incredibly dense texture and moderate fruit acidity. The finish inspires with considerable lengthen and hints of blueberry and mulberry. $18.99


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Loch Lomond 12 Year

Highlands

A perfectly balanced single malt whisky, matured in three types of cask – bourbon, refill and re-charred. Crisp green apple, ripe pear and refreshing citrus lemon with background notes of golden cereal on the nose. A taste of orchard fruits and lemon meringue. The deep fruity character of pear lead into citrus lemon, vanilla meringue and light biscuit sweetness. Medium length in finish with gentle wood smoke and a lingering peaty tang. $39.99



Loch Lomond 18 year

Highlands

Aged for 18 years in our finest oak barrels, this award-winning malt is full-bodied and rounded with a deep fruity character. A nose of green apple and grapefruit aromas fuse before honeysuckle and mature oak character comes through. Elegant wood notes of toasted oak and cigar box on the taste become green fruits with apple and gooseberry. Long finish with dried tea and tobacco leaf in balance with soft medicinal peatiness and wood smoke.

$89.99


Glen Scotia 15 Year

Campbeltown

Matured in the finest American oak barrels, discover hints of vanilla oak, interwoven with the subtle notes of sea spray and spicy aromatic fruits. Apricot aromas develop then drift towards fruit salad. A complicated palate where the initial nose would lead you to expect plump fruits, but what you get is surprisingly dry caramelized elements, balanced with the wood elements expected of a 15 year old. Firm and slightly dry finish, with warming spice. $79.99


Glen Scotia 18 year

Campbeltown

Expect thick sweet toffee and citrus fruits, perfectly balanced with subtle notes of sea spray and spice. An elegant nose with crisp saltiness, perfumed floral notes, sweet honey and salted caramel. An incredibly smooth and rich palate, with fruity flavours and thick sweet toffee. Notes of apricots, pineapple and plump sultana, with a gentle warming spice throughout. Long and dry finish with gentle warming spice.

$129.99


Glen Scotia Victoriana

Campbeltown

Inspired by Victorian times, this cask strength single malt is one for the whisky connoisseurs. Dark with an elegant nose and hints of oak driving the bouquet. Interesting creme brulee notes and toasty sugar lead to generous caramelised fruits and citrus peels, and finally, polished oak. Sweet and concentrated start with some jammy blackcurrant fruitiness. A big mid-palate full of flavour with the sweetness of sherry and the robustness of the charring effect. Clean and initially sweet with a cocoa characteristic like dark chocolate. Gentle smoke on the finish courtesy of the deeply charred oak. $89.99


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