We’re blushing… “Love this store!” – Jim Eichinger, via Facebook “Best place for wine in CNY, hands down!” – Brice Pearce, via Facebook “Vinomania is a great local wine store with a good selection and a knowledgeable, genial owner!” – Kate Flewelling, via Facebook” “Great place, great prices, great owner…I don’t shop anywhere else” – …View full post
Who the heck is VinoMan anyway? And why do I care what he thinks about wine? …he owned and operated Decker’s Veal & Vintage for 10 years, serving fine wine and interesting food at killer prices. …hosted the now defunct “Dining with Decker” on Fox68 for 5 years. …insisted on drinking his mother’s milk …View full post
Hey VinoMan….. 1. I’ve heard that you should always serve red wine with red meat and white wine with fish and poultry. True or false? True AND false. The rules have changed because of funky new chefs experimenting with cool combos like salmon baked with a soy/honey crust and good Pinot Noir. It’s your thing, …View full post
Time to mix it up with two big-bomb red blends!
The first is The Big Easy from Fess Parker winery. This blend of Syrah, Petite Syrah and Grenache is a well structured California beauty with big backbone and loads of fruit. Rich and juicy backed up with massive tannins. a must for venison or any fall hearty stew.
The second red blend of Grenache, Shiraz and Mataro will also stand up to big bold dinners like grilled lamb and root vegetables. Powell & Son produced a red that you could pound nails with if you wanted.
Both wines are 15% alcohol backed up with jammy berries over the nose.
Get ’em while they’re hot at Vinomania.
By popular request …
I’ve put together two fantastic Italian wine combinations designed for superb taste and food pairing options. My three-bottle packages will expand your palette without breaking the bank.
Pakcage #1 includes a 2015 Villa Brunesca Sauvignon Blanc, a crisp Italian white made for any fish or chicken dish with Italian herbs, a full bodied rich white made from a grape called Falanghina from Beneventano, and a red made from Negro Amaro – a dry earthy wine, excellent with pasta or steak.
Regular price: $32
Special price: $22
This package includes three wines featuring the Nebbiolo grape, known as the King of Grapes and the Grape of Kings. You’ll get one from Barolo, one from Barbaresco and one from Gattinara. Combine the best grape from the best regions of Italy for a comparison tasting at your next dinner party.
Regular price: $105
Special price $85
These deals are HOT, so don’t wait to expand your Italian wine horizons as this steamy summer comes to a close.
Rhum J.M. Gold is aged in wood barrels giving it a golden hue and soft finish. Distilled from fresh cane juice, this beauty is great neat or on the rocks. If you mix it with pineapple juice, you have a classy and refreshing summer cooler.
Add this to your booze collection for your favorite pirates at your next get together. ARRRRRRR…..
Gin Mare from Spain is made from olives, thyme, rosemary, and basil. Switch up your next martini, or try it in a Bloody Mary for a great change of pace. Even a classic gin & tonic is elevated to another level with Gin Mare’s one of a kind flavors.
We’ve got a limited number of bottles in the store right now, so take a chance and mix up a funky cocktail or two with this refreshing spirit at your next party.
Let’s talk vodka today, shall we?
Square One cucumber and basil vodka are great additions to your liquor cabinet during the steamy dog days of summer. Mix up a simple and refreshing vodka & tonic or amp up your Bloody Mary game with the aromatic flavors.
Balance is always the key to a good spirit, and the 80 proof alcohol helps carry the light but true taste of the cucumber and the basil. Kick your summer Sunday brunches up a notch with these two unique products.
What do these bottles have in common?
On Friday, August 12th from 4:30 till 6:30pm these exotic liquors will be sampled along with the drinks you can make with them. Of course, it’s FREE for you and your friends.
Stop by Vinomania in Nettleton Commons after work on Friday for some light fare and a fresh new twist to your party cocktail repertoire