Winter Treats Gift Basket
Our Winter Treats basket is guaranteed to keep you cozy and warm this hoiday season! Loaded with Roasted Almonds, creamy Fudge, Spanish Olives, Seasoned pretzels, delicious Northwoods Cheese, Caffe Comfort Coffee, Foley’s ChocoMints, Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Snappers and Portlock Smoked Salmon.
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Woodenhead Zinfandel 2014, Guido Venturi Vineyard, Mendocino County, USA$38.00Add to cart
The winemaking at Woodenhead is pure and simple. Their wine is handcrafted from a hard labor of love in tune to the natural rhythm of the land, the water, the air, and the seasons. No mechanical pumping is employed. Inoculated yeast and malolactic cultures, hand punching, basket pressing, French oak, and California fruit is what you get. Small and unique lots are their goal, ultra premium wine is the result. The award winning Woodenhead Zinfandel 2014, Guido Venturi is a very dark ruby red, with tight aromas, but essences of sage, plum, and briar. What it withholds in aromatics right now, it more than makes up for on the palate. A big wine, viscous with plenty of legs, big, bright and juicy, berries, plums, rose, cedar cigar box. Full bodied for sure, jammy, spicy with some pepper. Moderate tannins. Medium long finish and complexity. A bomb! Pair it with BBQ, smoked meats, garlic bread. You get the picture!
Chocolate Delight Gift Basket$75.00Add to cart
This sweet basket includes a wonderful assortment of premium chocolate delights. Primo Dolce truffles, Terzetto Chocolate Salted Caramels, Chambery Chocolate Crackle Cookies, Laura Secord Fresh Fudge, Foley's Choco Mints, Truffettes de France Truffles, and Bridge Brands chocolate drops, and to make it even more fun, a bottle of Trentadue Chocolate Amore – a chocolate port that is delicious! (try it over vanilla ice cream!)
Neyers Vineyard Chardonnay 2016, Carneros, Sonoma County, California, USA$36.00Add to cart
The 2016 vintage was great for Chardonnay, giving us
long, sunny days with mild temperatures that retained
the fruit’s natural acidity. Our fermentation was carried
out in a mixture of new and used French oak barrels
using native wild yeast, and periodically lees stirring. The
finished wine is rich and creamy with a charming
butterscotch component, and a trace of grilled bread in