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.
92 Points Robert Parker: The oak is unnoticeable, and in fact, I find similarities with the Concreto—pure, strict, raw and characterful, with plenty of fine-grained, chalky tannins. I find it to be incredibly good and with an amazing price for what it delivers. Availability should also be very good, as they produced 350,000 bottles of it. This is one to buy by the case.
92 Points James Suckling: his is clean and focused with dark berry and blueberry character. Tight with a medium body. Fine tannins and a fresh finish. A transparent and pretty red.
On Sale Thru 5/15: $18.99
Winemaker’s Notes: Fresh melon and pear on the perfumed nose, with floral and herbal qualities adding complexity. Sappy and focused on the palate, offering vibrant orchard and pit flavors along with hints of fennel and honeysuckle. The smooth, clinging finish shows a lingering pit fruit character.
91 Point Robert Parker 2011:
On Sale Thru 05/15: $15.99
This week we feature a beer and a brewery. Sam Adams was one of the first readily available craft breweries in the area. They introduced budding craft beer enthusiasts to a multitude of new styles. With their success, it’s is easy to lose them in the multitude of new breweries, and new styles that are continually cranked out. That’s why it is important to revisit and remind yourself that this brewery still makes great beer!
Wine Makers Notes: A Bordeaux-inspired blend for everyday life that’s soft, lush and smooth but never sweet. Dangerously easy-drinking, this Merlot and Cabernet-based red wine offers balance, food-friendly structure and approachability. It’s crafted for everyday enjoyment in Sonoma Valley.
On Sale Thru 5/08: $17.99
Winemaker’s Notes: Pale pink, slightly iodized nose, fresh, spicy and mineral. The fruit and spices are present in the mouth with a nice roundness in the finish.
91 Point Jeb Dunnuck: Light pink-colored, the 2018 Miraflors Rosé is another great vintage for this cuvée. It has beautiful white peach, orange zest, and salty sea breeze aromas and flavors in its vibrant, crisp profile. It’s as pure and vibrant as it gets, a classic, Provençal-style beauty to drink over the coming summer months.
On Sale Thru 05/08: $16.99
North Coast has a certain affinity` for crafting tasty Belgian inspired beers. One of Jack’s favorites is the Pranqster, an ale that follows in this tradition using a mixed culture of antique yeast strains that produce a floral nose, a full fruity flavor, and a clean finish. Due to it’s substantial, yet refreshing characteristics, it is this weeks beer of the week.
This week we feature a gem of North Central Florida. Infinite Ale Works Trails is an easy drinking Belgian style write perfect for the warmer days ahead. Get prepped for summer by drinking the beer of the week.
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