Shall we crack open the 350AD vintage?

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Historians debate whether to open ‘world’s oldest bottle of wine’ Source: Daily Mail By Allan Hall 10th December 2011 Historians in Germany are debating whether or not to open what is believed to be the world’s oldest bottle of wine. … Read More

Beaujolais Grows Up

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In 2001, wine from the French region of Beaujolais went unwanted. Now, its 2009 and 2010 wines are coveted. Source: LA Times By Patrick Comiskey November 24, 2011 As this country’s wine tastes shift away from bombast toward more balanced … Read More

Happy Thanksgiving

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Sherlock’s would like to wish you a safe, healthy & happy holiday while you celebrate the things that make you most thankful. Cheers!

A little Q&A with EastCobb Patch

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Thanks to the East Cobb Patch for coming out and learning a little about Sherlock’s! Click on link to read on their blog.http://eastcobb.patch.com/articles/small-business-q-a-sherlock-s

Bordeaux 2011: Pauillac, St Estephe harvest begins

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Source: Decanter by Adam Lechmere Tuesday 6 September 2011 The Merlot harvest in Pauillac and St Estephe in Bordeaux has begun several days early due to hail damage. Teams of pickers are in the vineyards now at Château Lafite, Phelan-Segur … Read More

Outrage as Montalcino proposes blended Rosso

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Source: Decanter by Adam Lechmere Wednesday 31 August 2011 Proposals to allow Rosso di Montalcino to be blended with other grapes have divided the Italian wine world. On 7 September, Montalcino wine producers will vote on whether to split Rosso … Read More

Life is sweet

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Source: FT By Jancis Robinson June 10 2011 21:10 What makes Charles Chevallier, winemaker at Château Lafite since 1983, smile? It is not the extraordinary elevation of his first growth Pauillac to most highly valued bordeaux of all, fuelled by … Read More

Craft and Micro Brew Beers have arrived

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We have received our first delvieries of Craft & Micro Brew beers! We are starting small, selecting beers we actually taste before purchasing. The selection process is the same that we use for our wine portfolio, so we can bring you … Read More

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