Jack’s Picks of the Week: 7/11/18-7/18/18
OR while supplies last!

2016 Vincent Mothe Chablis
France-Burgundy

Winemaker’s Notes: Fermented and aged in stainless steel, this Chablis is crisp, clean and razor-sharp. Get classic flavors of green apple, fresh lemon, and Chablis’ distinctive combination of saline, mineral and soil. Oysters are the classic pairing here, but this is one of those wines where you almost can’t go wrong: chicken, fish, veggies, sitting in the shade with a good book—this wine makes most things better.

Retail: $26.99
On Sale Thru 7/18: $22.99

2014 Chateau du Retout Cru Bourgeois
France-Bordeaux

90 points James Suckling: A leafy cabernet nose leads into quite a powerful and tannic palate with the sleek body of a marathon runner. Better in 2018.

90 points Wine Enthusiast: With an unusually high proportion (nearly 17%) of Petit Verdot in the blend, this is both darkly structured and dark in color. It is weight, intense youthful acidity and black-currant fruits. It’s also rich, full of tannins and in need of several years. Drink from 2021.

90 points Wine Spectator: Delightfully ripe, with an inviting core of plum and blackberry preserves, picking up an anise edge on the finish. A solid alder spine runs throughout, adding length and definition. Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot and Merlot. Drink now through 2020.

Retail: $26.99
On Sale Thru 7/18: $22.99

Jack respects breweries that helped make craft beer what it is today. That’s why when they make a tasty example of one of the most popular current beer styles he takes notice. All that hoppy, citrusy, hazy goodness packed in one can. That is why Sam Adams New England IPA is the beer of the week.

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Jack’s Picks of the Week: 7/4/18-7/11/18
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2016 Golden Chardonnay
California-Monterey County

Winemaker’s Notes: The golden yellow hue is clearly embraced through the clear glass bottle. Nothing to hide here. It’s looks like liquid gold. Classic tropical and stone fruit aromas of peaches, pineapple, papaya, apricot, and banana with notes of lemon zest, orange blossom, and vanilla cream. In the glass, there is a sophisticated balance of fruit, mineral, oak, and acid. No heat or overwhelming richness. The fruit and acid are at the forefront with bright pineapple, peach, and star fruit. The minerality lingers on the mid-palate and finish, where there is what I describe as a river rock character. The oak is very subtle, and grounds the flavors by adding a soft vanilla bean nuttiness, like the perfect pie crust of a meringue pie.

Retail: $16.99
On Sale Thru 7/11: $13.99

2017 Golden Pinot Noir
California-Monterey County

Winemaker’s Notes: Aromas and flavors of cherries, melted chocolate toffee, mocha, and toast with a satiny, vibrant, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a complex, long finish with chocolate, orange peels, and strawberries, creme brulee, and a hint bacon with well-integrated, fine tannins.

Retail: $16.99
On Sale Thru 7/11: $13.99

Jack knew it was time to stop drinking when he started to see pink elephants. But you won’t want to stop drinking the beer of the week Delirium Tremens. It’s an irresistibly well-crafted Belgian Strong ale.

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Ride a river of free beer through the month of July with Jack’s Free Beer Month Glass! Purchase a refillable pint glass for $45 and get one free draught beer each day you visit in July! Glasses are on sale now! The beer river starts flowing July 1.

(Not Quite So) Fine print: You must bring your glass. We cannot store your glass for you. Glasses from previous free beer months do not qualify. Glasses are limited. Free Beer Month Glasses are pretty awesome but will not protect you from hippopotamuses, dragon attacks, or naiad swarms.

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