Independence Day E-Deals

Valid 6/21/16-7/4/16

Fire up the grill and prepare the patio- we have palate-punching beverages perfect for sunshine and the upcoming holiday. Cool off with $7 off a Chardonnay or taste the fireworks in a specially-priced Cabernet that is great with grilled meat. Mix it up with $5 Off Smirnoff 750’s. Here are you Exclusive E-Deals, better-than-sale prices on products for email customers only. Just mention this email at the counter and the deal is yours. Enjoy!

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Chateau St. Jean BIJOU Chardonnay– Reg. $12.99, Sale $10.99, YOUR PRICE $5.99
 
About this wine

French for “Jewel,” Bijou is a vivacious, crisp Chardonnay driven by a core of fruit-forward flavor: peach, pineapple and passion fruit hold center stage with just a light touch of French oak. We select perfectly ripe fruit from vineyards throughout California to craft this food-friendly wine.

Founded in 1973, the Chateau St. Jean cellar was designed in the European style, where individual vineyard lots could be kept separate throughout the winemaking process to allow the individual character and expression of each site to be fully captured. It’s not surprising that the winery soon became a leader in vineyard designated wines.

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Chalone Monterey Cabernet– Reg. $13.99, Sale $10.99, YOUR PRICE $7.99  

The oldest producing vineyard in Monterey County, Chalone Vineyard Estate rests on the Gavilan Mountain Range on the north slope of Chalone Peak. At 1,800, the quiet splendor of the vineyards overlooks spectacular views of the wide-open Salinas Valley, made famous by local author John Steinbeck. The vineyard’s name comes from the peak, which derives its name for the indigenous Costanoan Native American tribe, the Chalone, or Chollen.
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Telluride Brewing-  YOUR PRICE $1 OFF All 6 Packs!
   

“The pair first met at a local bar in Telluride. Fish was the brewmaster, and Tommy the bartender. At night, they spent long hours discussing their quest for the perfect beer and their ultimate dream of opening a brewery.
Over time, Fish’s beers began attracting attention – winning gold and bronze medals at the Great American Beer Festival and developing a dedicated following throughout Colorado. Tommy, meanwhile, went on to become a middle school history teacher. He and Fish remained close, however – seeing music, going on rafting and ski adventures, arguing over their favorite football teams, and, always, talking about their quest for the perfect beer.
Now, more than a decade in the making, Fish and Tommy made their quest for that perfect beer a reality. In May 2011, Fish and Tommy partnered with Telluride real estate broker Brian Gavin and local graphic artist John Lehman to form the Telluride Brewing Company. The team spent much of 2011 working to build their brewery and fine tune their brewing process.”

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Smirnoff Vodka 750ml NO FLAVORS- Reg 17.95, YOUR PRICE 12.95!  
“…In 1990, after the Berlin Wall came down Helmut Kohl made a deal with Mikhail Gorbachev allowing the reunification of Germany provided that the Soviet army could remain in East Germany, due to a pre-existing security agreement between the DDR and the USSR; such arrangements were to be paid by West Germany for three years. Suddenly 500,000 Soviet soldiers were paid in hard currency and had almost nothing to do except drink. They then proceeded to spend their currency on Marlboro cigarettes, Levi jeans and Smirnoff vodka. The US-made variety of Smirnoff vodka was especially popular.” -Wikipedia

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