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Greetings from the Wine Cellar:

In case you’ve forgotten, next Monday (February 14th) is Valentine’s Day! Don’t forget a card, of course, but you really need more. There’s nothing wrong with flowers or candy, but at the Old Town Wine Cellar we tend to think wine is a better way to go (or in addition to!). We have lots of great choices that will make your valentine see that you really care – sparkling wines, dessert wines, great Napa Valley reds, or whatever else you think he or she might find appealing. There’s a lot to choose from here in the Cellar, and you have all week to make your way downtown to make a selection. And of course you can enjoy a wine flight or a glass while you do – we hope to see you soon!

Mionetto Prosecco (Treviso, Italy) $15.99

Founded in 1887, Mionetto has been among the top producers of quality Italian Proseccos for over 125 years. This is one of their finest cuvées, offering a creamy, persistent perlage and subtle white pear and crisp green apple flavors – classic Prosecco.

Diora 2018 La Petite Grace Pinot Noir (Monterey County) $18.99

Aromas of black cherry, brown sugar and mocha set the stage for a robust palate of concentrated fruit flavors, with a textured mouthfeel anchored by Pinot Noir’s signature balanced acidity. The lingering finish gives a lasting impression of rich black fruit with a pleasant touch of toasted oak.

Old Soul 2018 Petite Sirah (Lodi) $12.99

A robust and ultra-juicy Petite Sirah, this was made with grapes sourced from Lodi’s signature 50 to 100 year-old vines. It’s a lush and jammy red with juicy blackberry, plum and mocha flavors, a soft mouthfeel and velvety tannins that carry it to a rich, lasting finish.

Adam Sbragia 2016 Home Field Red (Dry Creek Valley) $18.99

Sbragia’s Home Field Red is a blend of five varietals: Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petite Sirah and Carignane sourced from six different Dry Creek Valley vineyards. It’s a bright, lively and “zinny” red with plenty of ripe, brambly raspberry and spice tones and soft, easy tannins.

Hess Collection 2018 Allomi Cabernet Sauvignon (Napa Valley) $32.99

This Cabernet opens with scents of ripe plum and currant, plus exotic accents of licorice and cedar. The flavors are vivid and pure, with juicy dark berry and plum fruit. Beautifully polished tannins carry it to a rich, lingering finish.


Orin Swift 2019 Abstract Red (California) $38.99

Abstract is a blend of Grenache, Petite Sirah and Syrah sourced from hillside vineyards in Napa Valley, Sonoma County and Mendocino County. A vivid nose of ripe berry fruit, cassis and sweet oak tones leads into a juicy flavor profile of blackberry preserves, Asian spices and mocha, with a long and lavishly fruited finish.

Dutton Goldfield 2017 Riesling, Chileno Vineyard (Petaluma Gap) $29.99

This Riesling leads with laser bright aromas of lemon/lime and green apple, framed with backup notes of Anjou pear and slate. In the mouth, flavors of ripe Golden Delicious apples and lemon curd mingle, with a splash of orange blossom honey weighing in. The long finish brings a burst of pomelo with a side of pear.

Les Hauts de Lagarde 2020 Vin de Bordeaux (Bordeaux, France) $17.99

This Bordeaux red is a blend of 65% Merlot, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Cabernet Franc, all organically grown in accordance with French agricultural regulations. It offers the classic Bordeaux character of red currants and berries, along with a pleasant earthy quality.

OHSO Brewing Boom Dynamite IPA (Phoenix) $4.99

Boom Dynamite is a ‘New England style’ pale ale that’s made by infusing the beer with fresh mango and grapefruit essence. Grapefruit accentuates the hops’ natural bitterness, while mango adds a pleasant sweet touch to this supremely refreshing brew.


Mike Shelhamer
Old Town Wine Cellar
265 S. Main Street, Suite E
Yuma, Arizona 85364

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