10 Handpicked Warming Spirits for the New Year

//10 Handpicked Warming Spirits for the New Year

10 Handpicked Warming Spirits for the New Year

Domaine Clavel PIC Saint Loup Bonne Pioche

A red wine from the Languedoc region of France. Blend of Syrah 65%, Mourvèdre 20%, Grenache 15%

Perlage Prosecco

This organic wine from Italy is delicate, balanced, lightly fruity, clean and fresh, with a medium finish.

BOS Meadery Buckwheat Wildflower Mead

Semi-sweet still mead made with Buckwheat and Wildflower honey. 12% ABV

Oveja Negra Malbec/Petit Verdot

A unique blend, Malbec adds juiciness on the palate, Petit Verdot has a tannic structure that gives elegance and a long finish.

Arca Nova Vinho Verde

Hopefully by March we see a thaw and a return to lighter wines for Spring. This wine has fresh and fruity aromas, suitable to pair with Mediterranean and Asian cuisine.

Evil Twin Liquid Double Fudge

Sounds like a candy, actually a beer. Extra chocolatey Imperial Stout. 12% ABV

Confluence Imogene Irish Red

Imogene Red has the color, clarity, aroma and flavor of a classic Irish ale. Irish reds are a favorite for malty beer fans.

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Deal’s Cider

Made in Jefferson, IA at Deal’s Orchard, this hard cider is made from Iowa grown apples and hand bottled.

La Riojana Malbec

Argentina’s largest wine cooperative, La Riojana sources Fair Trade, organic ingredients. This is a medium bodied, juicy wine with soft, ripe red fruit aromas and flavors. A perfect match for grilled red meats, tomato based pasta dishes, cheese or chocolate.

Boone Valley Brewing Old Griz

Locally brewed, this is Boone Valley Brewing’s first beer available for commercial distribution. This barley wine style ale possesses a thick, full body with caramel flavors.

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