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Cellar Notes

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With winter lingering we still need to have something warm, cozy and red to snuggle up with.  Hugh has a selection of red wines that fit the bill.

Click here for the complete wine list.

Maryland Winter Wine Event

Feb 22, 2017
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Al visited the annual Maryland Winter Wine Gala and had a chance to taste the very best wines from the Free State.  He was impressed by the quality and provided this list of highlights.

Comfort Reds

Feb 15, 2017
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There's a wine that compliments every dish, even meatloaf! With that in mind, Hugh and Al introduce us to some comfort reds that pair well with comfort foods.

Languedoc-Roussillon is a major wine region in southern France. Al and Hugh give their picks for some good rustic wines from this area.

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Hugh and Al share their picks for some great wines to quench your thirst this winter.

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This week Hugh and Al give a nod to some wines from northern Italy.

Tuscan Wines for Winter

Jan 18, 2017
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Al and Hugh give their picks for the best Tuscan wines to drink this winter.

Winter Beers

Jan 11, 2017

Recommendations 

Bellhaven "Wee 90" Scottish Ale ***

(Dark, rich, lively, complex, very malty, excellent)

McEwan's Scottish Ale **1/2

(Warm and comfortable, a cozy brew for chilly weather)

Harviestoun "Old Engine Oil" Black Ale **

(Dark, thick and tasty, but not terribly heavy)

Heavy Seas "21" Anniversary ale, Imperial Rye ESB (pint bottle)

(Unique, robust, rye influence, high in ABV but supple)

Fuller's ESB   **1/2

(All about sweet malt flavors in a full bodied format)

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Hugh and Al on their new favorites from Sardinia and Sicily.

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It's time to break out the bubbly! Al and Hugh give their picks for what you should be sipping on as you ring in the new year.

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