We have recieved many phone calls about our temporary hours, so thought we would provide a full listing of our locations and current temporary hours of operation: VINE & TABLE CARMEL Indiana’s top retailer with 10,000 square feet of space housing Indiana’s best selection of wine, spirits and craft beers! 313 East Carmel Drive Carmel, […]
I have some exciting news. For the first time in over 100 years all of the major Port houses have declared back-to-back vintages. There was actually some debate around whether or not they should because some of the larger houses have never done this, but in the end the quality of the 2017 ports spoke […]
I just arrived back from Europe on Sunday, a little jet-lagged I must admit! The purpose of my trip was to search for unique whiskies and other spirits for Vine & Table’s single cask program. I’ve found over the years that going directly to the source, whether that be a distillery or an independent bottler, […]
Many great things hail from Austria – Mozart, Freud, Riedel crystal, Sacher torte, Red Bull (who knew??). But Austria has also blessed the world with excellent wines, including Grüner Veltliner. Allram Strass’s 2017 vintage in particular has caught our fancy. Handpicked from a cross-section of Allram’s vineyards, the white grapes that make up this refreshing […]
Brendan Kennedy, Vine & Table Wine Buyer: When I taste Chappellet’s wines, I instinctively know I’m drinking quintessential Cabernet from Napa. Chappellet’s Signature Napa Cab has been its flagship wine for more than 30 years, and I’m not blowing smoke when I say it is consistently some of the best bang for your buck in the category. After […]
I’m always on the lookout for whiskies that break the mold, that go above and beyond and really stand out from the pack while offering extreme value for money. With that in mind I set out to find a malt that would deliver on every front. The Six Isles is a vatted malt (vatted means […]
What a difference a year makes! This time last year I was negotiating the purchase some of the last stocks of Bruichladdich (brook – laddie) single malt Scotch from their then-importer to the U.S. There was a huge logistical changeover taking place at the time, as the distillery (having being bought by Remy Cointreau in […]
I recently attended a wine tasting at Carrol & Co. to meet Bo Barrett with Chateau Montelena. The man that put Napa Valley on the map. That’s right, Bo Barrett from Chateau Montelena. How is that do you ask?