Domaine Du Pegau

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DomaineDuPegauAttention Wine Collectors: 2006 Domaine du Pegau Chateauneuf du Pape

Recognized as one of the top estates in Chateauneuf, its wine is considered among the world’s greatest. We have just acquired two bottles of the 2006 Domaine du Pegau Chateauneuf du Pape and are thrilled to be able to offer them to you. Whether you are looking to drink an extraordinary bottle right now – or cellaring to enjoy years from now – this wine makes a fantastic addition to any wine cellar. Don’t just take our word for it – look at the ratings this wine has received. The Wine Advocate gave it 94 points, Wine Spectator gave it 93 points, and Wine Enthusiast gave it 91 points. If you are serious about your wine cellar you should seriously consider adding this beauty.

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Burnt Pineapple Martini

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BurntPineappleMartiniBring on the warm spring weather! This weekend is supposed to be BE-YOO-TI-FUL!!! Mid-60s Saturday to 70 on Sunday – definite patio cocktail weather, and do I have the perfect recipe for you!

I stumbled on this accidentally in conversation with a stressed out co-worker. I asked if she had her bottle of wine chilled and ready for 500{ and her response was…Burnt Pineapple Martini! She’s even been so generous as to share her recipe…thank you Wendy!

Ingredients

  • 1 part pineapple rum (she uses Malibu)
  • 1 part pineapple juice
  • 1 part vanilla vodka
  • Cinnamon for rimming the glass
  • Fresh pineapple wedge for garnish

Directions

  1. Add rum, juice, and vodka to an ice filled cocktail shaker. Shake until thoroughly chilled.
  2. Dip rim of glass in shallow dish of pineapple juice, then dip in cinnamon to rim the glass.
  3. Pour the chilled cocktail into rimmed martini glass and garnish with a wedge of fresh pineapple.

Relax in the sun and enjoy!

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Tempranillo

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Tempranillo - Hickey's Wine & Spirits - Milford, MAAre you familiar with Tempranillo? The primary red grape grown in Spain’s Rioja and Ribera del Duero regions, tempranillo is a medium to full bodied wine. Dry with medium tannins, it has wonderful earthy, leathery aromas with herbaceous, light fruit flavors. Barrel aged for six months or more gives it that nice brick red color. It’s easy drinking on its own or pair it with food such as hard cheeses or grilled meats and vegetables. It really is a great varietal worth looking into.

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