Blade And Bow Bourbon- A Little Pappy In Every Drop

Today I’d like to talk to you about a fairly recent addition to our shelves that has some very old whiskey hiding inside. Blade And Bow bourbon is a smooth and satisfying pour that comes to us from the Stitzel-Weller Distilling Company. Julian Van Winkle, known as Pappy to his family and all of posterity, […]

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Two Affordable Single Cask Speyside Single Malts

It’s been over eight years since we have had the opportunity to put a single malt from the Aultmore distillery on our shelves and the wait was worth it! Here we have one of the best single cask, cask strength offerings that we have tasted at an exceptional price. Don’t worry if you haven’t heard […]

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Perfect your cocktails with St. George Spirits Aqua Perfecta

In the effort to keep Vine & Table’s edge in providing you with the very best selections of unique and scarce spirits, we occasionally (okay, pretty often) find something that other stores might consider a hard sell. A lot of places would consider St. George Aqua Perfecta Framboise Eau De Vie just that, but we […]

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Viña Robles California Cab Hits the Sweet Spot

Memorable wines under $20 can be hard to find, so we’re always excited when we come across one. In this instance, the happy memories are ascribed to Viña Robles Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2015. One of the reasons this wine sticks in your head is quality you receive for the price, a reasonable $18.99. Nearly two […]

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V&T’s Handpicked Elijah Craig Bourbon barrel has arrived

They say good bourbon comes at a price, but when it comes to Elijah Craig don’t let the price mislead you; it’s better than some bourbons that cost twice as much. So we were very excited to be presented with the opportunity to select and bottle a single barrel of this superb Kentucky whiskey for […]

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The Hiply Historical Bertani Bertarose 2016

There are plenty of wineries who’ve been in business for generations; however there aren’t many that can claim to have been making the same wine for over 80 years. In the case of Bertani, they can– the family has been making Bertarose since the 1930s. This blend of 75% Molinara and 25% Merlot, selling for […]

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