Veuve Parisot Brut Blanc de Blancs Cuvee Prestige Loire France NV
90% Chardonnay and 10% Ugni Blanc. Fine and long lasting bubbles. A delicate and fresh nose with notes of green apple and pear that flow to the palate with added hints of citrus. Well balanced, fresh and crisp.

$14.99

Château Famaey Fût de Chène Oak-Aged Malbec Cahors France 2016
100% Malbec, Oak-Aged. Flavors and aromas of dark cherries, vanilla, black pepper, and earth.
Food Pairing: Beef, Lamb Shank, Duck Breast with Cherry Sauce, Poultry, Sautéd Mushrooms

$17.99

Château du Cayrou Malbec Cahors France 2014
100% Malbec. Aromas and flavors of blackberry, black currant, plum, and black pepper, earthy with a hint of oak. Pairs well with lamb, beef, duck, or mushroom based dishes.

$20.99

Chatau Famaey Cuvee X Malbec Cahors, France 2016
100% Malbec. Aromas of red and black fruits. Flavors savory violets and black berry followed by candied notes. A meaty wine with silky yet dense tannins. Full bodied, resounding complexities, and a long exceptional finish.
Food Pairing: Stew, Ribs, Mat

$25.99

Aim High Bulk Hand Sanitizer 1oz (70% ABV)
Sold by the oz. Bring your own bottle. At additional cost we have a limited supply of empty 3oz squeeze bottles and 8oz spray bottles you may purchase for filling.

$0.50

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Cahors - Malbec’s True Home

Argentina may be the country that put Malbec on the worldwide stage, but the wine’s origins tie to France—particularly to a region called Cahors. Cahors makes up part of the South West France wine region, which is to the south and southeast of Bordeaux. Malbec is also grown in Bordeaux, where it is a lesser component in Bordeaux blends.

Getting to Know Cabernet Sauvignon

Cabernet Sauvignon’s parents are Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc. In the mid-1990s, Carole Meredith and John Bowers, at UC Davis, identified these grapes as the parents of Cabernet Sauvignon through DNA testing. The naturally occurring cross-pollination is estimated to have occurred as early as the 1600s.