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.
Ah winter. Longer nights leave time for camp fires, evening hikes, or just enjoying the sounds of night time animals. During this season Jack loves to drink First Magnitude Brewing Company seasonal Nightfall coffee stout made with Opus Coffee. It’s the beer of the week too!
Winemaker Notes: This Pinot Noir has been aged 14 months in French Oak Barrels in the Russian River Valley of California.This wine is fresh and has a great mouth taste with red fruit, sumptuous strawberry and ripe raspberry. The Juggernaut Pinot Noir from the Russian River Valley is balanced with refreshing acidity and velvety tannins. Once the wine opens up, on the pallet you’ll taste toasty oak, waffle cone, and vanilla. Aromas of earth tones, raspberry, and crushed violet petals fill the glass.
On Sale Thru 01/30: $21.49
Winemaker Notes: The Monterey County Pinot Noir is aged using French and American oak but no ex-Bourbon barrels, owing to the “delicate nature” of the grape variety. Aromas of dark cherry and toasted oak with subtle Strawberry and herbaceous notes of rosemary. The wine opens up with earthy notes of dried herbs, plums and dried red fruits. Bright acidity focuses the fruit and helps create a long and generous finish.
On Sale Thru 01/30: $18.49
Jack recently had a chance to get a behind the scenes tour of Clown Shoe’s Bubble Farm. Many breweries have hop farms, and may even produce their own malt, but few have the dedication to grow their own bubbles for use in carbonating their beer. Taste the difference it makes in this IPA since it is Jack’s Beer of the Week.
Wine Enthusiast 94 Points: Aromas of white spring flower, Bartlett pear and citrus waft out of the glass. The racy, refreshing palate is full of energy, offering crisp yellow-apple, lemon drop and orange zest flavors balanced by vibrant acidity. A perlage of small, refined and continuous bubbles provides the silky backdrop.
James Suckling 92 Points: A delicious and fresh Prosecco that is dry and clean with subtle lemon and fennel notes and some spicy pears. Medium body. Fine bubbles and a fruity finish.
Wilfred Wong of Wine.com 91 Points: One of the top sparkling deals in the world, the non-vintage Nino Franco Rustico Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore exhibits a beautifully refined mousse and fresh, tart apple flavors. The wine’s crisp finish pairs it perfectly with delicate appetizers.
Gose were one of the first widely accepted sours on the market. Something about the tart, salty, and fruited craft beer just makes it very refreshing. Destihl Brewery already makes great sours, but the fun thing about this week’s beer of the week is that they used blueberry as the fruit for this iteration of their Wild Sour.
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