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Pinot Noir Tasting at Carelli’s Italian Restaurant
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Taste Pinot Noir from Santa Barbara County.
Join us Tuesday, April 26th at Carelli’s
Diners enjoy lunch at Carelli’s in Boulder, Colorado May 23, 2012. CAMERA/ MARK Leffingwell

“No viticultural region in America has demonstrated as much progress in quality and potential for greatness as… the Santa Barbara region, where the Burgundian varietals Chardonnay and Pinot Noir are planted in its cooler climates.”- Food & Wine, Robert Parker Jr.

It seems that just about every time I have the opportunity to taste a Pinot Noir from the Santa Barbara county, it lifts me off the floor. The terroir of this region- the valleys that run east and west, cool ocean breezes, and unique soils make this an exciting wine region to explore and taste how it is expressed in Pinot

Santa Barbara is currently home to five American Viticultural Areas (AVAs), with at least two more on the horizon. Join us from 6:30 to 8PM, Tuesday, April 26, to taste seven outstanding Pinot Noirs, while enjoying Carelli’s delicious appetizers. Seats are limited, $35.00 per person, call Pettyjohns at 303-499-2337 (BEER) to reserve your spot. A credit card is required.

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Benziger Sauvignon Blanc- Reg. $15.79, Sale $11.99, YOUR PRICE $9.99

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Tasting Notes:
Bright citrus and floral aromas introduce our Sauvignon Blanc. In the mouth, it is fresh and enduring, providing a good, but not heavy, volume. This Old World-style Sauvignon Blanc offers subtle minerality and notes of grapefruit and lime. The wine’s acid is both balanced and integrated, giving it an elegant softness.

Grapes from the North Coast appellation, a rather large AVA, are harvested from multiple vineyards chosen for their excellent site location and soil makeup. Each site contributes its own flare to create this complex, deeply layered wine. In the vineyard, canopy management and crop thinning are instrumental in achieving the perfect fruit-to-acid balance. It is aged in 100% stainless steel drums and left on its lees to develop more complexity and mouthfeel.
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19 Crimes Red- Reg. $10.99, Sale $9.99. YOUR PRICE $8.99
19 crimes red
Odds and ends: The British government began transporting criminals to Australia in 1788, when the first ship of mainly petty thiefs and political prisoners arrived to serve their time at this faraway penal colony. These criminals went on to found the first settlement, called Sydney, and then later Adelaide. About the time that Britain stopped this practice in 1868, vines were planted not far from Adelaide in the Barossa Valley. Knowing the history, the label of the wine makes more sense, referring to the 19 offenses that got people a one-way trip Down Under. In any case, this is an interesting and delicious wine, blended from a highly unusual mix of French grape varietals. I do like lighter styles of wine for the summer months. Paired with red meat, this is an utterly affordable great red wine. Drink it now through 2018.

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Steamworks Brewing, Reg. $9.85, YOUR PRICE $7.35!

Steam Engine Lager

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An American classic, noted for its malt sweetness and hop spice with a smooth, dry finish, the Steam Engine Lager is arguably the best American-style amber lager in the world. It has received numerous accolades, including awards at The Great American Beer Festival and The World Beer Cup.

Third Eye Pale Ale

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The Third Eye, An American Pale Ale, is dry-hopped which lends citrus notes to the aroma. Well balanced, this beer is sure to satisfy hop lovers who appreciate a nice, clean finish!

Colorado Kolsch Ale

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Colorado Kolsch has earned two silver medals at the Great American Beer Festival and another silver medal at the Word Beer Cup. It is a light and crisp derivative of German-style Kolsch bier with a hint of sweetness. This quenching ale is a perfect outdoor companion!

Jameson Whiskey 750ml- Reg 29.95, YOUR PRICE 19.95!  
Locally Grown

No matter where a distiller calls home, your whiskey is only as good as the ingredients that go into the still. The three key elements of Jameson Irish Whiskey are barley, water, and maize, and with a list that simple there is nowhere to hide. Great whiskey needs ingredients to match, and that starts with the water. The word whiskey derives from the Irish “Uisce beatha” which means ‘water of life’ and the Dungourney river, which flows through our distillery, is the life source of our operation and plays a vital role in the production process. Jameson is also one of a handful of whiskeys in the world produced using a combination of malted and unmalted barley, and most of our suppliers are farmers from within 100 miles of Midleton. Many of the fields they farm have been producing our barley for centuries, so it’s fair to say they know what we’re after. While we try to keep our ingredients as local as possible, maize is a sun-loving crop and no one has ever accused Ireland’s climate of being tropical. After much searching, we found a farmer in the South of France who provides us with non-genetically modified maize that does the trick quite nicely.

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