- A Trio of New Wines
We offer you a newly released trio of Red Blends from Naggiar Vineyards. With only 4 to 8 barrels of each produced, they will disappear quickly, so try them soon.
2014 LA BÊTE NOIRE (The Black Beast) is made with Petite Sirah, Mourvedre, and Syrah, the darkest, most intense varieties of grapes. Pair it with big meat dishes and hearty casseroles.
2014 LA BOHEME is a full-bodied but elegant blend of Bordeaux-style grapes. Rich and complex, it pairs well with grilled meats, mushrooms and game meats.
2014 LE GRAND-PERE is a concentrated but elegant blend of Rhone grapes. Pair it with classic French cuisine such as sautéed lamb with garlic and thyme, braised beef, and roast leg of lamb.
- BREWED AT THE SOURCE
North Canyon Cider is fermented, aged, and bottled by the Barsotti family at their Mountain Cider House in Apple Hill. Made from their very own freshly pressed apple cider, they currently have two options, Original Dry and Cold Brew with Hops, available in 16 oz. cans.
- MORE FROM WILD GROVES
We’ve added new vinegars to our collection: ever popular Fig Balsamic, and intriguing Sex on the Beach White Balsamic.
- CHEDDAR TRUCKLE
From North Wales, Snowdonia truckles are a family of cheeses bursting with character. Try award winning Black Bomber, creamy and smooth extra mature cheddar loved for its depth of flavor; Ruby Mist, mature cheddar with rich warming hints of port and brandy; and Green Thunder with perfectly balanced flavor which lets the mature cheddar, garlic and herbs complement without taking over.
- AND THE WINNER IS…
incredible news: Newcastle’s own Wild Groves has won Best of Show at the Los Angeles International EVOO Competition for its Robust Blend, a robust green oil great with grilled red meat, pasta salad, for dipping sourdough bread, and over fresh greens. Also, winning Best of Class, is their Ascolano Oil. With a fruitier flavor profile, Ascolano is great drizzled over fresh pasta with sea salt, drizzled over vanilla ice cream, or used for dipping with a sweet French baguette.