We got this red from NakedWines.com was on for a mere $10. Wow, what a bargain! This would make a fine house red to keep in stock, as it is enjoyable on its own or with meats and cheeses. (Rating:
Beer snobs generally think well of this joint product of Weihenstephaner and Sierra Nevada. Just have a look at the reviews at BeerAdvocate.com. Who are we to disagree? This 6% ABV beer is malty, and the yeast tosses up a
Good bubbly—-really delightful in this balmy, humid day. Dry with many tiny bubbles. (Rating: Very good) Read more at http://www.mummnapa.com.
Well, this six-pack’s arrival was a pleasant surprise on a wet day in Washington, DC. Time to pop this in the fridge for chilling. Read more about this brew at https://www.weihenstephaner.de/en/our-beers/braupakt/
Adler Fels is German for “eagle rock,” which reflects the producer’s locale: near the Mayacamas Mountains. This California white is made from grapes from Monterey and Sonoma counties. It is an exquisite, high-end wine for those who really adore their
Inexpensive, fruity, and utterly unobjectionable. For $9 this red wine works! (Rating: Good) Read more at https://www.blackstonewinery.com/