Carefully made organic vodka

Penn 1681 Vodka, named to honor the original charter granted to William Penn by Charles II, is a pleasing expression from Philadelphia Distilling, producers of Bluecoat gin. Made from organic rye, Penn 1681 is a soft pleasant expression of what is possible from carefully made vodka. Not a spirit known for having a distinct nose, […]

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Exceptional Limited Edition D-Day Calvados

Given that the Groult family distillery is located only a stone’s throw from the famous Omaha beach and the fact that the home and orchard were actually commandeered by German troops during the later parts of the war, it seems only fitting that they would produce a tribute to the D-Day invasion. To honor the […]

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The best of Corsica returns

A lot of people get caught up in where a wine comes from and insist only on drinking bottles that originate in big-name places like Bordeaux. But such close-mindedness means that some really beautiful creations are overlooked- creations like Domaine Vetriccie Corse Red Blend. That said, we are happy that the vast majority of Vine […]

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A Wee Drop of the Irish…

When is the perfect time to drink Irish whiskey? Some might say any time around St. Patrick’s Day, but I say that the best time to drink a drop of the Irish is when a glass is placed in front of you, no matter the time of year (or day!). But it’s got to be […]

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Vine & Table’s Handpicked Jefferson’s Reserve Bourbon

Vine & Table’s hand-selected Jefferson’s Bourbon has landed! Denis Lynch, Vine & Table Spirits Buyer – Our handpicked Jefferson’s Reserve single barrel bourbon’s arrival has ushered in the new season, albeit a little late. Gone are the cold and dreary winter days, now replaced with buds on the trees and flowers in the garden. And […]

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Kummel – The Beginning of My Obsession…

Dan Angelo, Vine & Table Spirits Specialist – The first cocktail book that I ever purchased was Ted Haig’s Vintage Spirits and Forgotten Cocktails, one of the bibles of the cocktail revolution and a guidebook for the resurrection of pre-prohibition bar culture. In it, he makes no qualms about using hard to get, and often […]

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Celebrate Earth Month and save on eco-friendly wines!

In April 1970, millions of people banded together to draw attention to the havoc that industrialization was wreaking on our planet and its people. 48 years later, Earth continues to suffer from the effects of pollution, pesticides, and population growth. But we can all play a role in making our world a healthier and better […]

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