Es Lo Que Hay Garnacha 2016

This week our focus turns to Spain, specifically a high altitude Garnacha. We’ve chosen this wine for its “sense of place” as it is a complete expression of this Spainish grape. Because the grape must struggle to develop, it quite literally pulls the flavors of its environment into itself. The result is an authentic Aragon […]

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The Best Price Ever On One Of The Best Whiskies Ever

Time is a funny thing. If you had told me five years ago that one of the most respected distilleries in the world would be from Taiwan I would have laughed. If you had then told me how many price jumps we would see in the world of whiskey I would have cried. Now with […]

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V&T Handpicked Joseph A. Magnus bourbon has arrived!

Denis Lynch – Vine & Table Spirits Buyer– We are always on the hunt for great whiskey and the opportunity to bring exceptional barrels of well-matured bourbon to our customers is a primary focus for us. So when the opportunity presented itself to pick a barrel from the Joseph A. Magnus Distillery in Washington D.C., […]

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Street Pumas vodka is on the prowl

Every once in a while a vodka will force us to sit up and take notice, which is exactly what this bottle from The Street Pumas did. But don’t let the comical label fool you, because inside is a full liter of serious spirit that deserves your attention. Why? Firstly, it was sourced by our […]

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May MTW Wine Reviews

In order to save you time and money, I’ve tasted hundreds of bottles and selected the highest quality, under-$15 wines that I could find. These wines will rotate on a regular basis, but what won’t change is my commitment to providing you with superb, yet affordable, wines that you can enjoy on Mondays, Tuesdays, and […]

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V&T hand-picked Wathen’s Bourbon has landed!

Those who have been following Vine & Table’s barrel program over the last several years know that we always seem to return to Charles Medley and Wathen’s Bourbon. We have had over a half dozen picks from Wathen’s in the last four years. With so many burgeoning distilleries some might wonder why we keep returning […]

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Amor d’ Amaro

I love Italian amari. These regional bitters offer a style and flavor for every palate – for example, Aperol and Fernet are considerably different. In Amaro Meletti, I’ve finally found an Italian bitter that hits a middle ground and is a solid introduction to the category. From the Meletti family, who have been making a […]

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Upland Brewing Co. Petal to the Kettle

Upland Brewing is making some of most sought-after sour beers in Indiana. When brewers use yeast strains and barrel aging to introduce complex fruity, funky, and sour flavors, it can take months or even years to produce something special. With kettle souring, brewers are able to recreate similar flavors in a much shorter timeframe. Petal […]

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