A Stark Winter Frost

You’ll have to forgive me here, I feel a bit like Martin’s dad in the fabulous Irish cartoon Martin’s Life in that I don’t know the first thing about that program on the telly called ‘Game of Throws’ that everybody is talking about. But I do know that Diageo, owners of The Classic Malt Distilleries […]

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Superb Valpolicella Classico Superiore just $14.99!

In fair Verona do we lay our scene… well, just north of Verona to be precise. Situated there is Sartori di Verona winery, creator of Sartori di Verona 2014 Valpolicella Classico Superiore, an outstanding wine that I’ve recently tried and am eager to share. The winery has been run by the Sartori family for four […]

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Vine & Table’s Handpicked Cognac Cask

In 2017, in response to a growing interest from all of you into smaller production and traditionally-styled Cognac, we selected a rare single cask from the Grande Champagne region. The response from customers when that barrel arrived was phenomenal, and before we knew it we had customers buying bottles for themselves and for friends and […]

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A new way to spice up your cocktails

At Vine & Table, our commitment to cocktail quality doesn’t stop at the spirit aisle, as we believe that mixers are just as, if not more, important than the base. When three quarters of your drink is soda, why not make it the best available? This commitment to cocktail excellence, coupled with our relentless search […]

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Dabble in hops with SixPoint Brewery

Eric Bachli is credited with creating some of the best New England-style IPAs in the world. He came to fame as the Head Brewer for Trillium Brewery, where he scaled production and helped turn Trillium into a destination brewery known for big, hazy IPAs and special releases. In August 2017, SixPoint Brewery hired Eric as […]

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Marqués de Cáceres Rioja Reserva 2012- Spanish wine with a French twist

The Spanish town of Cenicero is backdropped by snow-covered mountains, sprawling vineyards, and valleys. This scenery, along with narrow cobblestone streets lined with 130-year-old homes, makes Cenicero a rich environment for both wine lovers and tourists. One winery in particular, Marqués de Cáceres, has played an important part in elevating the region’s status. Henri Forner, […]

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Old Country Goodness 25% off – your last chance until autumn

As Jonathan Swift said, “If winter is here, can spring be far behind?” While he wasn’t talking correlating that to Journeyman O.C.G. Apple Cider Liqueur, his observation is nonetheless timely. We laid in a goodly supply of O.C.G. (Old Country Goodness) in the fall and many of you had the pleasure of trying a bottle, […]

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Say “Howdy!” to your new vermouth, Partner

We are in the golden age of vermouth – not too many years ago the average drinker was aware of basically one brand, Martini (here in Indiana, Cinzano vermouth featured prominently in the 1979 film Breaking Away, but that didn’t really do the brand any favors as the Cinzano Bicycle Team were the villains). Our […]

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