Wines from the Creature of the Black Lagoon!

Two more of our October wines of the month, suitable for drinking on their own, at dinner, or in a haunted swamp.

Do you ever get the vacant stare that the Creature from the Black Lagoon has when deciding on a wine (see photo below)? It’s understandable. However, we taste every wine we carry, and if it’s not up to our standards — and we have very high standards — we won’t carry it. So you can get rid of that vacant, lagoon-like stare when choosing one of our wines, because they’re all fantastic.

Look below the photo to see what Mr. Creature thinks of these two wines; both are part of our October Wines of the Month. (He’s surprisingly eloquent when describing wines.)

“Rowr snarl grunt snarl snarl roar.”

Translation:
“Jean Biecher Dry Riesling, Alsace, France

You might not know that you need a dry Riesling in your life, but you do. If you are a spicy food fan, this is an absolute must-have. Kick it up a notch and head into Flavortown, with stops in the Savory Suburbs.

ALWAYS $14.99

“Grunt gruntedy-grunt-grunt snarl roar snarl snarl.”

Translation:
“Domaine Clo ‘Le Méchant’ Rouge, Anjou, Loire Valley, France

Le Méchant Rouge, a.k.a., The Red Villain, is a delicate but distinct Cab Franc. Earthy, fruity, and a bit peppery, this is sure to satisfy.

Friends & Family: $23.99 (reg $28.99)

By | 2021-10-28T21:09:08+00:00 October 26th, 2021|

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