Thanks to Men’s Journal for naming us the top beer store in all of Florida! We couldn’t have done it without our awesome customers! Jack Tipple specializes in carefully selected fine wines from great regions and artisan winemakers. Each wine on the Tipple’s website is carefully hand-selected, seeking wines of fine character, that represent an optimal combination of score, price and availability. It is Tipples commitment to you, to offer you classic and outstanding wines in each category.
Jack has traveled the world over and rarely finds a more finely made beer than those made by trappist monks. Among those, Orval is a beer that stands out from a pack of beautiful beers. They utilize Bret to create an elegant, refreshing, and dry pale ale.
Winemaker Notes: The wine shows notes of black cherry, chocolate, and vanilla. Flavors of blackberry and sweet spice emerge on the palate, bolstered by a firm acidity, velvety tannin’s, and a long finish.
91 Point Wine Enthusiast: Deep and lush aromas of candied blueberry and black cherry meet with chocolate cake, light brown spices and a touch of beef jerky on the nose of this judiciously priced wine. Though a tad light on the palate at first, it has an energetic and spicy acidity that carries forth flavors of tobacco and black fruit.
On Sale Thru 10/16: $17.99
Wine Spectator 90 – Briny and blanched almond notes play off peach, lime and tarragon flavors in this firm, focused white. Has a polished texture and a spicy finish. Albarino. Drink now through 2021. 2,300 cases made.
James Suckling 90 – Ripe and gently complex with a layer of nutty barrel ferment-influence adding nougat and baking spices. The palate has rich peach fruits. A thick finish. Drink now.
On Sale Thru 10/16: $15.99
This week we are focusing on the nectar of the hop. New Planet Beer Seclusion IPA has a prominent hop profile, and malt balance. It does have a twist though, it is crafted to remove gluten! Since it is not prominently displayed on the label many don’t know this, and the taste certainly doesn’t give it away.
94 Point Wine & Spirits: Roger Maestracci founded this estate in 1945, choosing a granite plateau on the northwest end of the island. Today, it’s run by his son-in-law’s daughter, Camille-Anaïs Raoust, who blends E Prove from niellucciu, grenache, sciacarellu and syrah, aging it in stainless steel for a year and in oak casks for another. Those facts, however, don’t go far in explaining how this wine manages to feel so immediate and evocative, the notes of sassafras, salt and cedar conjuring up inland forests; the herbal sweetness speaking to the brush that grows between the rocks along the coast. There’s also the appealing tension between velvety berry fruit and gamey volatility, combining in an impression of genuine old-school aristocracy.
On Sale Thru 10/09: $22.99
Winemaker’s Notes: Sherman & Hooker Shebang is a project by Morgan Twain-Peterson, the son of Ravenswood founder Joel Peterson. Morgan grew up in the world of wine in California. In addition to this project, Morgan also produces tiny amounts of old vine, heirloom red and white blends, Pinot Noir, and Syrah under the Bedrock Wine Co. label. Also noteworthy: Morgan passed the prestigious Master of Wine exam and, upon successful completion of the dissertation, will become one of the less than thirty American Masters of Wine!
On Sale Thru 10/09: $14.99
As summer starts to wind down and days become…… not quite as hot, we get a chance to revisit one of the more popular sour styles, gose. Modern Times Brewery Fruitlands, a beer packed with passion fruit and guava and just a touch of salt is the beer of the week.
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