50th Anniversary Kickoff!

From California to the Oregon Coast,
To the edge of Spain we shall toast.
These perfect gems sure are pleasing,
So bring those friends that need appeasing.

Because we like you and like to spoil,
We’ll also taste estate-bottled olive oil.
Make sure you’re there to start the new dawn-
50 more years of Pettyjohn’s!

Join us as we kickoff our 50th Anniversary
celebrations tonight from 5-7!

50th Anniversary Events

Nov. 8th– Steve Lewis from Guiliana Imports tastes his estate-bottled olive oils
Nov. 9th– Jenna Kunde from Kunde Winery in Sonoma pours special releases.
Nov.15th– Taste The Arsonist and more of our 90+ point wines
Nov.16th– Taste our Humane Society wines. Every bottle sold will donate $1.00
Nov.22nd– Be surprised! Taste four of our Turkey wine selection
Nov.23rd– Spencer Shull, Fess Parker’s grandson pours his special releases from the Santa Barbara winery 
Dec. 6th– Michael Caines, chocolatier/owner of Shanao chocolate / Pettyjohn’s loyal customer offers his picks, while we pour our dessert wines
Dec. 7th– 50th Anniversary! From 4 to 5PM we’re having a party in the store. Sweet Cow truck, Walnut Café cupcakes and bubbles !   
Dec.13th– Taste Jacquesson 741 (if there’s any left) and more sale sparklers 
Dec.14th– Personalize your Crown royal bag. Reps will embroider your message. From 4 to 7PM. What a great Gift!       Dec. 20th– Taste our Christmas wine selections
Dec. 21st– We unveil our Breckenridge Special Edition Reserve Bourbon

Moshin Vineyards Rosé 2018- Reg $22.99 Sale $18.99

Floral with fresh red fruit aromas, bright flavors of strawberry, cherry and watermelon and hints of grapefruit. The finish is clean and fresh – the perfect balance of succulent fruit and mouthwatering acidity. Drink now through 2020. Grapes for this Rosé of Pinot Noir are sourced from premium vineyards in the Russian River Valley in Sonoma County, California. “Free run” juice delivers the essence and purity of the grape while a percentage of pressed juice adds structure and complexity. 

A to Z Pinot Gris 2017- $16.99 Sale $13.99

Refreshing and lithe on the palate. Aromas of Meyer lemon, lemon verbena, tangerine, apricot, peach, apple, pear, quince, melon and honeysuckle add a hint of sweetness to the air around it. The weight is impeccable with perfect balance and integration hitting all points of the palate. Incredibly versatile at the dinner table with flavors of golden apple, roasted coconut, citrus and pineapple appealing to the last splash in the glass.

A to Z Pinot Noir 2017- Reg $19.99 Sale $15.99

The compelling nose opens with vibrant notes of blackberry, blueberry, black cherry, raspberry, strawberry, red current, plum, thyme, sage and baking spices. The scents are lifted by lingering rose petal and violet aromas, while deeper notes of graphite, leather, and pipe tobacco bring depth. On the palate, the wine echoes the initial aromatics with juicy flavors of blue and red fruits and hints of secondary flavors like chocolate malt, duke de leche, coffee and a bit of earthiness. As the wine continues across the palate, it grows in breadth and richness with a density and concentration that is impressive. Supple tannins and refreshing acidity give shape and structure to the weight of the fruit harmonizing nicely and leading to a long finish ending on flavors of blue fruits and spice.

Bodegas La Cartuja Priorat- Reg $22.99 Sale $19.99

La Cartuja is a fresh vision of Priorat, a wine that is young and accessible. During medieval times, La Cartuja was the name given to a large geographical area governed by the Carthusian monks. Similar to the Vatican estates, this area had its own code of law. The whole of Priorat was a ‘Cartuja,’ a religious state rather than a civil domain. Priorat’s winemaking heritage began with the Carthusian monks. For centuries they performed the backbreaking work necessary to care for these difficult, isolated vineyards.

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