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.
94 Point Wine & Spirts: Cold-soaked and fermented in stainless-steel tanks, then aged in white-toasted barrels for a year and in bottle for another, it’s bright and fresh, with no perceptible wood influence. The fruit is cherry-red and layered with spice, notes of wild herbs and fennel fronds accenting its cool feel, but it’s the acidity that gives the wine its tautness and precision.
90 Point Robert Parker: Aged for 12 months in an equal mixture of used and new French barriques. It comes in at 13.6% alcohol. This seems riper than the 2015, which is not a synonym for saying “better,” but I suspect in the long run this will be better.
On Sale Thru 10/31: $21.49
91 Point Vinous: Moderately saturated medium red. Perfumed, highly nuanced nose offers scents of red raspberry, cherry, meat, red licorice, spices and purple sage, plus a whiff of graphite minerality and a faintly candied quality that carries through onto the palate. Savory and classically dry, with its boysenberry and blackberry fruit flavors complemented by salty minerality. The tannins are fairly light but firm.
On Sale Thru 10/31: $23.99
Winemaker Notes: The 2014 is a richer style, chewy texture with nice acidity and good balance. The aromas of this wine are dusty cherry, black pepper, plum, oak and vanilla. This wine is chewy, well balance of Zinfandel as well as spicy flavors of black cherry, plum and black pepper. It pairs well with beef especially in a pepper sauce, pork or sausage, Asiago, Canestato, goat cheese, Gouda, Gruyere, Muenster, Pecorino or Piave, basil, oregano, pepper or mild tomato sauces.
90 Point Wine Enthusiast: This wine is aged in American oak for 10 months. It offers a commingling of strawberry jam, tree bark, black pepper and smoky flavors set on a brawny, rich palate.
On Sale Thru 10/31: $16.99
Winemaker Notes: Just in time for Halloween, the Last Wine Company brings The Walking Dead Blood Red Blend and a companion Cabernet Sauvignon wine to market, featuring labels that respond to the Living Wine Label App, an augmented reality experience that bring the labels to life. The Blood Red Blend features an image of Sheriff Rick Grimes staring down the Undead and the Cabernet Sauvignon features a horde of Walkers. Will you join the living or rise with the dead?
On Sale Thru 10/31: $16.99
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.
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