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Taste the Mid-Year Best Sellers
Saturday, July 25, 2015
Free tasting @ all Peterson locations*

 

Upon walking into any one of the Peterson locations, you will find a Weekly Top Ten displayed at the front of the store. As each of our stores is unique, so is this weekly list with each store holding it's own fan favorites. Many of our customers look forward to shopping from this popular showcase which is why every July we announce and taste the Mid-Year Top sellers for each store. Stop into any Peterson location Saturday, July 25th and taste some of our customer's tried and true favorites from 2015!
 

*Please note, Peterson's Route 59 location closed officially, July 12, 2015. Peterson's Main Street (Downtown), Chicago Avenue and Gartner Road stores continue to operate and will each host their own Mid-Year Top 10 Best Sellers, Saturday, July 25, 2015. 

Surly Furious IPA-- $11.99/6pk

Like Hops? You'll like this fine hued beer. Golden Promise is used extensively for whiskey distilleries and this malt provides the backbone for the intense hop character. Four American hop varieties are used a a rate of over 3 pounds per barrel. The result is a rich malt sweetness infused with bright hop flavor and aroma beginning to end.  100 Points with RateBeer.com

 

Urban Chestnut Schnickelfritz Weiss-- $
Unmistakable characteristics of the Bavarian Weissbier are achieved with a yeast that is decidely fruity and phenolic. You may note clove, nutmeg or even vanilla and/or banana like aromas and flavors. 
94 Points with RateBeer.com

 

Crispin Ciders (Original, Pear and Blackberry Pear)-- $6.99/4pk
Classically refined but not styled as a traditional "sweet beer"  beer alternative. Crispin hard ciders are naturally fermented and not from concentrate.  Filtered cold for extra purity, with no added colorants, sugar, sorbate or benzoate preservatives as well as no added malt, spirit, grape or apple alcohols.
Original- A classically styled, but untraditional hard apple cider. Fruit forward, with a fresh, crunchy appley nose and a deliciously refreshing, crisp mouth feel.
Blackberry Pear- Naturally elegant and refreshingly adult with a sweet-sharp blackberry tang and mouthwatering juicy complexity, complemented by a luscious pear-berry bouquet.
Pear- Naturally elegant and refreshingly adult with a sparkling natural pear finish and a subtle woody complexity, complemented by an intense fresh pear bouquet.

Koval Bourbon Whiskey-- $49.99
This 51% corn based bourbon presents ginger bread, vanilla wafers, molasses, basil, black tea, cinnamon and nutmeg. It is herbal and spicy (but in a different way than rye flavored bourbons) with a backbone of sweetness. The finish is short and sweet with lingering spices of bread pudding and banana bread. Light in body.

Breckenridge Bourbon-- $49.99
Breckenridge has the unique story of being made at the highest distillery in the world.  The natural minerality of the water ensures luscious mouth feel, depth of flavor and long finish.  Breckenridge is a great tasting bourbon with widespread appeal that's wise beyond it's years.

Breckenridge Vodka-- $19.99
Made from a base of 100% American grown corn which means a lighter, sweeter flavor this vodka is nearly flawless and silky in its presence. It is given a traditional charcoal filtration through coconut shells and blended down with Rocky mountain snow melt which provides a depth of flavor missing in "mainstream" vodkas.

Cooper and Kings Immature Brandy-- $29.99
Double distilled from grape spirits this non-chill filtered un-aged brandy has a clean, un-corrupted natural flavor for a smooth complex taste. Tropical fruit aroma notes of citrus and ripe plum. Smooth mouth feel with crisp clean lingering finish. 

Dry Creek Heritage Zinfandel 2013 -- $17.99

“Dry Creek Vineyard has long been among the most value driven of Sonoma County’s premier wine producers. The wines are impeccably made from exceptional vineyards sources and sold at fair prices. The Heritage Vines Zinfandel is a stunner at the price. It shows lovely red fruits with notes of spice and earth, is well balanced and shows excellent length in the mouth, with a persistent finish.” 92 Points Wine Review online.com



Dry Creek Cabernet 2011 -- $21.99

“It's hardly a surprise that Dry Creek Vineyard should make a dynamite Cabernet at this price. It has long been among the best value wineries in California, consistently turning out wines of superior quality at prices that are modest by comparison to others in the same neighborhood. This one shows intense red fruit character, hints of spice and firm backbone. And it's going to be hard to beat the price with this sort of quality.” 94 Points Wine Reviews online. com (Robert Whitley)

Tarima Monastrell 2012 -- $8.99

Bright purple, powerful aromas of blueberry, blackberry, violet and Indian spices. Displays vibrant flavors of smoky dark berries, bitter cherru and candied flowers, with a peppery overtone. The sweet fruit driven finish repeats the smoky note and hangs on tenaciously. 90 Points International Wine Cellar

Wente Morning Fog Chardonnay 2013 -- $13.99

Robust in mouth feel, offers subtlety in flavor and an appetizing tangy texture. It seems to develop more with each sip. Look for light aromas of apple and fig flavors that gain a touch of butter and almond. Medium body. 90 Points Wine Enthusiast

La Cana Albarino 2013-- $14.99

Green tinged yellow. High pitched aromas of lime zest, green apple, ginger and chalky minerals showing very good clarity. Bright and nervy on the palate offering bitter citrus fruit quince flavors and a floral nuance. Weightier on the persistent finish which features pear and melon character and repeating minerality. About 15% of this wine was barrel fermented. 90 Points Wine Spectator

Zorzal Pinot Noir 2013 -- $16.99

The 2013 Terroir Unico Pinot Noir follows the idea of the Terroir Unico range, to show the pure expression of the grape and the place in a line of unoaked wines.This was 20-30% whole cluster fermented and is very pale colored, almost a rose, very perfumed with aromas of red fruit and flowers opening to a light to medium bodied palate, high acidity (blood orange) and a pure, fresh finish. Highly drinkable. 91 Points Wine Advocate