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Cellar Notes - June 2012

Cellar Notes - June 2012

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Published by Abby Teed-Walton
Valley Wine Cellar Newsletter - June 2012
Valley Wine Cellar Newsletter - June 2012

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Published by: Abby Teed-Walton on Jun 04, 2012
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From now until June 30, 2012, look forthe Sun on specially marked kits. We will make any specially marked kit youpurchase from us for
.Each sun is marked with a code. Presentthe code to our staff to determine yoursavings. We are offering U-Brew fees as low as
$32.50,free corks
free filter pads
free labels
, and/or
free shrink wraps
Don’t forget to try our newest fruit wines: 
 Apple Pomegranate
*Free labels included with this kit 
 Blood Orange
*Free labels included with this kit 
Here Comes the Sun Specials
May 2011Volume 1, Issue 6
Dave’s pick of the month is the Grand Cru International South African
Chenin Blanc. Dave recommends this unique white wine to any cus-tomer that wants a refreshing, lightly floral mid-priced wine that they can enjoy during the warm and humid days of summer.
Says Dave, “I like the lemony scent and how fresh and crisp it is.! I love
drinking this Chenin Blanc while digging into steamed mussels or
shrimp”Called “Steen” when grown in South Africa, this graceful wine is light
-bodied with a pale straw colour. The fruity scented nose has hints of green apple and lemon witha subtle floral bouquet rounding out the nose. On the palate the wine is delightfully refreshing.
until June 30, 2011
Oak: 0 - Body: 2 - Sweetness: 2
Dave’s Wine Pairing Recommendation:
Enjoy a glass of this lovely Chenin Blanc with Shrimp FraDiavolo.
Manager’s Pick of the Month
Manager’s Pick of 
the Month
Current Special
Coming Soon Beer
 NEW Pinot Grigio
Coming this Fall!
 NEW Spanish Wine
Spotlight Wine
Feature Recipe
Mixologist’s Corner
Inside this issue:
 Summer Wine Picks 
Page 2 Cellar Notes Volume 2, Issue 6
Grand Cru International California Chardonnay
California brings together the best of vine and sea. Sit back, relax and embody Califor-nian lifestyle with this easy drinking wine that is sure to impress. This full-bodied, golden, Chardonnay has captivating flavours of green apple and tropi-cal fruit that enhance an upfront floral bouquet. As it ages, expect to be treated withlayers of rip fruit and integrated oak.
Oak: 3 - Body: 4 - Sweetness: 0 Additional Info
Pair this classic New World Chardonnay with grilled chicken breast!
En Primeur Chilean Malbec
Chile’s Maipo Valley lies in the shadows of the Andres providing perfect growing 
conditions for many world class wines. With spicy and herbaceous aromas and a hintof tobacco, this medium to full bodied Malbec is rounded by an elegant palate of dried red fruits with lingering earthiness. Fermentation on Cabernet-Merlot Genu- Wine Winery Dried Grape Skins and American and French oak chips round the fin-ish.
Oak: 3 - Body: 4 - Sweetness: 0 Additional Info
Pair this En Primeur Maipo Chilean Malbec with a thick and juicy grilled rib-eye steak!
En Primeur Australian Grenache Rose
One of Australian’s oldest wine regions, Clare Valley encompasses a wide
range of elevations and microclimates. Cool nights and warm days allow evenand slow ripening of fruit, creating wines with crisp acidity and full fruit fla- vour. This medium bodied Rose is a wine sure to please! Beautifully aromatic, withnotes of lively citrus, soft rose petals and light spice. Make this wine your own, either crisp and dry or with a slight hint of sweetness from the sweetening blend.
Oak: 2 - Body: 3 - Sweetness: 1
 Additional Info
 This coral coloured wine is fantastic on it’s own or paired with grilled tuna or salmon. For best results, age this wine 3 to
Page 3Cellar NotesVolume 2, Issue 6
 The Big & Easy Light Lime with its all natural lime flavorand low alcohol content (approximately 4%), makes for a very light, refreshing and easy to drink beer. Just follow the five easy steps and you will be rewarded witha perfect light summer refresher to enjoy on the patio or atthe cottage in the company of friends once the weatherheats up!
The perfect light summer refresher! Pair with  guacamole & chips! 
Light Lime
 Arriving in June!!!
 Arriving in July
Sells out every year !
Pre-order now to avoiddisappointment

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