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    WINE CLASSES-TASTINGS- WORKSHOPS GIFT BASKETS-FAVORS-ACCESSORIES REGISTRY-GIFT CERTIFICATES THE BOYS’ Wet Noses
    Message 1 of 4 , Jan 8, 2004

       

      WINE CLASSES-TASTINGS- WORKSHOPS

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      THE BOYS’

      Wet Noses 

      JANUARY

      Topic of Conversation: 

      We hope that all the Wolfe Packers had a great Holiday Season and started 2004 off in the best possible way.  As we celebrate this month, our second year ending and our 3rd beginning,  Christie, Jeffrey, Jake, Matt, Bailey and Whiskey thank you for supporting us and helping our business grow. 

       

      Value of the Month: Domaine d’Andezon Cotes du Rhone 2001

      Another winner from Eric Solomon’s European Cellars this Southern Rhone 100% syrah has liqueur-like aromas of roasted red fruits, smoke, chocolate and espresso. Creamy raspberry flavor with nicely balanced tangy acidity.

      Back in the Shoppe:Alvaro Palacios Les Terrasses, Priorat 2001        

      I drank this almost a year ago with Alavaro at lunch and it was great wine then, so with a year of bottle age it has only developed more dense, sweet and wild, superripe flavors.  Finca Dofi and L’Hermita 2001 is also coming!

      New Find of the Month : Calera Pinot Noir Central Coast, 2000

      I am embarrassed to say that we just forgot the Amazing Josh Jensen since we have opened, his wines are some of the best coming from Central Coast.  It boasts generous aromas of raspberries and red stone fruit, along with a lively and enticing spiciness. The soft, silky texture enhances the wine’s depth and structure while still retaining the bright acidity.

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      Calendar of Events

      JANUARY

      be sure to look for updates!!!!! 

       

       

       

       

       

      FRIDAY, January 16th

      7:00-9:00PM

      Our first Blind Tasting of the Year!

       

      Do you have what it takes, you may be surprised! No outside stimuli, no labels, no prices, no vintages, JUST YOU AND THE JUICE!  Everything we taste this night will be covered, as not to sway you impressions before you sample these goodies.  Many of the wines will surprise you; the quality, vintage and price points. 

      $10 gets you in and gets you a Spiegelau Glass to use and take home from the tasting. Please Call or e-mail to RSVP

       

       

       

      FRIDAY, January 23rd

      7:00-9:00PM

      SWEET WINES FROM AUSTRIA, HUNGARY, FRANCE, PORTUGAL & SPAIN

       

      Come taste some of the most profound wines from across the globe.  Quarts de Chaume, Tokaji, Trockenbeerenauslese, Port and Fortified Grenache.  You will leave the tasting with a taste of a whole new category of wine to discover.

      $20 gets you in and gets you a Spiegelau Glass to use and take home from the tasting. Please Call or e-mail to RSVP

       

       

       

       

       

       

      MONDAY, JANUARY 26TH

      6:00PM

      AN EARLY EVENING WITH GIORGIO RIVETTI OF LA SPINETTA!

      First known for their graceful and elegant Moscato d’Asti, fragrant on the nose and fresh on the palate and  now in recent years Giorgio has become one of the acknowledged leaders of the new youthful generation of winemakers in Piedmont.  Many of his wines have been Three Glass Award Winners (tre bicchieri) from the Gambero Rosso (kinda like the combination of Robert Parker and Steven Tanzer in Italy, obviously a very important Italian wine guide) a well as the Winery of the Year in 2001 also from the Gambero Rosso.

       

      The focused tasting will begin at 6:00pm and will showcase his wines from the Langhe: Lydia Chardonnay and Langhe Bianco then to Piedmonte and the Barbera’s from Asti and Alba: Superiore and Gallina then to Monfarato the Nebbiolo Blend Pin then to his new Tuscany Property Sezzana and then to Nieve with the  Barbaresco Starderi and Gallina.

       

      This is a focused-sit down, The cost is $50 and RSVP’s are a must.  There are a limited # of seats so RSVP early.  Wolfe's Wine Shoppe is extremely fortunate to have Giorgio with us for this special evening!  We look forward to hearing from you.

       

      FRIDAY, January 30th

      7:00-9:00PM

      KEN & GRACE EVENSTADE OF DOMAINE SERENE

       

      A passion for Pinot Noir led Ken & Grace Evenstad to Oregon in 1989. The intense purity of fruit that comes from this area of Oregon was the driving factor for the establishment of Domaine Serene in the Northern Willamette Valley. . $10 gets you in and gets you a Spiegelau Glass to use and take home from the tasting.  Please Call or e-mail to RSVP

      $10 gets you in and gets you a Spiegelau Glass to use and take home from the tasting. Please Call or e-mail to RSVP

       

      SATURDAY, January 31ST

      10:00-4:00PM

      CHILI in the VILLAGE

       

      The Junior League of Miami invites you to its 3rd Annual Chili Cook-off, buy tickets on line at  www.juniorleagueofmiami.com

       

       

      Pre-Sales

      This is a way to take advantage of wines that are coming to the market!

      They are wines that are always allocated and usually are rated by the time they come out and are the in thing.  The idea is to commit to the wines now and receive a serious discount before they come into the shoppe and sell for 10-20% more.  All you have to do is let us know what you’d like with an e-mail or phone call and secure it with a credit card and enjoy the savings!  Here come an extraordinary amount of great quality Value & Collectable wines…… 

      Value  Wines

      Domaine Rocher Caianne Rouge, 2001                                              Cairanne is at the top of the hierachy of 16 villages who may add the village name to their Cotes du Rhone label.  This is 65% Grenache, 25% Syrah, and 10% old-vine Carignan with extremely low yields. The average age of the vine is 25 years. Full-bodied, with a chewy structure, raisiny, plumy fruit with a core of fragrant southern herbs.  Pre Sale $17.69  Regularly $19.69

      Francois Villard Les Contours de Deponcins Vdp 2001                       This is Condrieu (Viognier) but at half the price; loads of stuffing, minerality, and tropical fruit intermixed with floral notes.  Pre Sale $23.69  Regularly $27.69

      Collectable  Wines

      Ken Wright Pinot Noirs from Calton, Oregon:

      Canary Hill, Carter, Elton, Freedom Hill & Nysa Vineyards, these wines are extremely limited and in some cases we only get 6 bottles, Robert Parker named Ken Wright Cellars one of the top five producers of Pinot Noir in Oregon  Pre Sale $43.69  Regularly $49.99  1.5L  Pre Sale 92.69  Regularly 100.99

       

      Mary Edwards Pinot Noirs from Sonoma, California

      Russian River, Sonoma, Olivet Lane, Meredith and Klopp Vineyards are complex, balanced and memorable. An intricate blend of artistic vision, scientific training, spirit and grace, these wines leave a lasting impression.

       

      Domaine de la Janasse                                                                         Christophe Sabon has taken the Rhone by storm, putting his extensive training to work with innovative twits to many standard practices. The results continue to be wide range of lavishly ripe, extracted Chateauneuf-du-Pape whose core combines balance, complexity and finess - often a contradiction to an appellation better know for exuberance, power and gustiness. Chaupin Pre Sale $45.69  Regularly $51.99  Cotes Du Rhone Pre Sale $12.69  Regularly $13.69      Cotes du Rhone Villages Pre Sale $21.69  Regularly $23.99

       

       

      Domaine du Pegau                                                                                       This historic property produces one of the appellation's most complex and concentrated wines. A wine from the 'old school' and proud of it.  Now run by Laurence Feraud the daughter of Paul who is widely regarded as one of the leading producers in the appelation.

      Clos des Fees this is the real deal, the French side of the Priorat, the grape here is 100% Grenache at it’s rich and beautiful.  Eric Solomon says that this is one of his favorite wines in his whole portfolio.  The 100 year old vines blend is a Northern version of Mrs. Solomon’s Clos Erasmus!  Only 26 (6packs) made it to the United States and we have a few! La Petite Siberie  Pre Sale $158.99  Regularly $176.69  Clos des Fees Pre Sale $53.99  Regularly $62.69             Old Vines Pre Sale $35.99  Regularly $38.99

      Tirecul Montbazillac                                                                                  From the remote French appellation of Montbazillac in the Bergerac region, Chateau Tirecul La Graviere recently took the United State wine-drinking world by surprise, earning a near perfect Parker rating; then topping it the next year with a sumptuously rich dessert wine called Cuvee Madame.                              Cuvee Madame Pre Sale $69.69  Regularly $79.99                                     Cuvee Chateau  Pre Sale $34.69  Regularly $39.99 

       

       

       

       

      Chew on this:

      Education Classes starting back up in February!

      Spain, France, California & Italy learn about each of the major wine producing regions .  Class will meet once a week from 7-9pm

      and will taste though the region that we are discussing.  Call or E-mail for information.  $125 per person limited room confirm your attendance now..

       

       

       

       

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    • Jeffrey Wolfe
      HYPERLINK http://www.wolfeswines.com/1st%20page.htm WINE CLASSES-TASTINGS- WORKSHOPS GIFT BASKETS-FAVORS-ACCESSORIES REGISTRY-GIFT CERTIFICATES THE BOYS’
      Message 2 of 4 , Jan 9, 2007

         

        WINE CLASSES-TASTINGS- WORKSHOPS

        GIFT BASKETS-FAVORS-ACCESSORIES

        REGISTRY-GIFT CERTIFICATES

         

        THE BOYS’

        Wet Noses  

        Topic of Conversation: 

        Happy New Year!!!

        We wanted to wish you all a very happy and healthy new year and all the best in 2007. The wine world seems to be moving at warp speed as we head into the new year.  Constant changes around every corner: from distribution to legislation to new frontiers for great quality juice, like never before this industry is on fire and Florida is poised as the most important growth market in the county.  Will the hot pinot noir grape continue to scale new heights in price and alcohol levels, will merlot be the comeback kid, will oak be removed from the word chardonnay all together and will the Euro continue its upward climb?  The answers to these questions will be formed over the next 12 months and oh what a time it will be to see what happens in 2007,

        just stay tuned and keep drinking great juice from Wolfe’s.

         

         

         

         

        UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI

        WINE APPRECIATION SOCIETY CLASSES

        Beginning February 1, your’s truly (Jeffrey “UM”) will again lead the wine appreciation course for the University of Miami's Wine Society. Designed for wine aficionados and business professionals, the four-week Wine 101 course will help participants better understand and enjoy their favorite wines from around the globe.  The introductory class will be followed by the advanced course on the Wines of France, beginning on March 29. Classes are in the University of Miami Faculty Club overlooking Lake Osceola . For a map and more information call 305-284-5800 or see www.edmiami.com/vino.  Wolfpackers will receive a $100 dollar discount - use discount code UMWP.

         

        Value of the Month:

        Do Ferreiro Albarino Rias Baixas 2005

        This winery, founded in 1973, is currently run by Gerardo Mendez.  Gerardo owns 5 hectares.  Three hectares are over 50 years old and one is 200 years old.  The vineyards follow organic guidelines avoiding the use of pesticides and non-organic fertilizers.  In addition Gerardo is a fanatic of indigenous yeasts believing that through this practice the true qualities of his terruño appear. The wine is pale gold. Vibrant, spicy, impressively focused scents of minerals, green apple, pear and white flowers. Highly concentrated, the bright apple and pear flavors showing excellent intensity and focus, with fresh, lively acidity providing lift. Finishes with very good clarity and length. $22.69

         

        Back in the Shoppe:

        La Spinetta Il Nero di Casanova Rosso 2005

        Sangiovese and Colorino make up the Il Nero di Casanova blend. The name means “the black one” and refers not only to the deep dark color of the wine, but also to how old-timers in Tuscany call their red wine. The wine is brooding in color, with bing cherry that comes through on the nose and palate. Chewy, ripe, rich and beautifully balanced, it has tremendous texture and a very long finish. A superb vintage for Tuscany – classic with tons of fruit and the perfect balance of tannic structure and acidity. $19.99

         

        New Find of the Month :  

        Pazo de Monterrey ,  Monterrey 2004

        The wine producing region of Monterrei lies in Spain ’s northwest corner in the region

        of Galicia . Much of Monterrei lies just north of Portugal and to the southeast of Rias-

        Baixas. Centered around 4 small communes in the Monterrei valley, the region is bordered by the Tamega river which helps to shape this small microclimate. Even though

        it is quite close to Rias-Baixas, the predominant grape varietals do not include Albarino,

        but rather Godello and Treixadura.  The wine is 65% Treixadura, 35% Godello and aged in tank until the spring after harvest. Clean and fresh and minerally perfect for South Florida Climate and cuisine.  $12.99

         

        Calendar of Events

        JANUARY

        be sure to look for updates!!!!! 

         

        FRIDAY JANUARY 5th

        7:00-9:00PM

        BLIND TASTING

        JUST YOU AND THE JUICE at Wolfe’s Wine Shoppe

                                                                                   

                                                                                   

        Do you have what it takes, you may be surprised!  No outside stimuli, no labels, no prices, no vintages, JUST YOU AND THE JUICE!  Everything we taste this night will be covered, as not to sway you impressions before you sample these goodies.  Many of the wines will surprise you; the quality, vintage and price points.   $20 Gets you in and Riedel Glass to go home with, please call or E-mail to RSVP and a $10 credit for a purchase that night.

         

        FRIDAY JANUARY 5th

        7:00-9:00PM

        CHEAP AND CHEERFUL every day drinkers

        at Wolfe’s Wine Shoppe

                                                                                   

        Feel good about drinking great quality wines and don’t spend an arm and a leg on the bottle.

        These wines will surprise even the most seasoned wine snob!

        $20 Gets you in and Riedel Glass to go home with, please call or E-mail to RSVP and a $10 credit for a purchase that night.

         

        WOLFE’S WINE SHOPPE WINE DINNER SERIES

        WEDNESDAY JANuary 17th   7PM Sharp

        the wines of ciacci piccolomini d’aragona at Restaurant brana

                                                                                   

        In 1985, Giuseppe Bianchini began his quest for quality. Moments after the passing of Countess Piccolomini, Giuseppe learned that he, the sole employee who passionately cared about her vines, inherited the vast Piccolomini wine estate. Evidence of his appreciation and commitment to the Piccolomini legend can be found in the glass – each wine is a tribute to the gracious Countess. Highly regarded palates consistently rank the Ciacci Piccolomini wines in the top 10th percentile – with good reason. Giuseppe believed his strict adherence to sustainable growing practices has significantly contributed to the vibrancy of fruit and the depth of complexity in his wines over the years. Today Paolo and Lucia Giuseppe’s children are in control of the estate and continue the traditions set forth by their father. This is one of the only Brunello producer we follow year in and year out and Paolo will be here with us to discuss the wines and get to know the Wolfepackers.   Space is limited so please call Wolfe’s Wine Shoppe for more information and to make reservations.

         

        FRIDAY JANUARY 19th

        7:00-9:00PM

        Food and Wine Magazine’s Importer of the Year

        Eric Solomon’s European Cellars with Anthony Pannone

        at Wolfe’s Wine Shoppe

                                                                                   

        Robert Parker says Eric is “one of the top specialists in ferreting out terrific wine bargains from France 's Rhone Valley and the sun-drenched, wind-swept area known as the Languedoc-Roussillon. They represent a bevy of top notch wines being sold at remarkably low prices” come taste what we think are some of his best. $20 Gets you in and Riedel Glass to go home with and a $10 Credit for a purchase that night please call or E-mail to RSVP  More information on the wines to come!

         

        FRIDAY JANUARY 26th

        7:00-9:00PM

        SWEET WINES  at Wolfe’s Wine Shoppe

                                                                                   

        As Valentines Day approaches what’s more sweet than the sweetest liquid of the gods.  Come try a bevy of sweet wines from all over the world.  Portugal , France , South Africa , and Australia .

        $20 Gets you in and Riedel Glass to go home with and a $10 Credit for a purchase that night please call or E-mail to RSVP  More information on the wines to come!

        VERY, VERY SAD NOTE-  Jimmy Mancbach a larger than life figure in the south florida wine community passed away last week.  Christie and I knew Jimmy for years and even got stuck on a plane together heading to NJ we are both from.  He was always sweet our family and was extremely passionate about wine and the farmers/growers that made up his extraordinary portfolio.  This was his obituary from the Wine Spectator  on line today.  Christie and I will miss him very much.

        Posted: Monday, January 08, 2007 by Wine Spectator and Dan Marsteller

        Jimmy Mancbach, the longtime director of fine wines for distributor Southern Wine & Spirits, America 's largest wine and spirits wholesaler, passed away at his Hillsboro Beach, Fla., home on Jan. 2. The cause was complications from diabetes. He was 56.  "Please don't let people say that I died young," Mancbach said from his hospital bed in a November 2006 conversation with Jean Arnold Sessions, president of Hanzell Vineyards in Sonoma , with whom he'd worked on and off since they met in 1985. "I've lived a great life and truly enjoyed it all." A wine connoisseur with a penchant for unearthing hard-to-find and overlooked brands, Mancbach spent a great deal of time traveling in California and around the globe hoping to discover the next addition to Southern's Gems Collection, which he oversaw (it was often referred to as Jimmy's Gems). His expertise led Southern to endow him with broad autonomy to purchase wines according to his own distinguished palate.  He took immense pride in his ability to build relationships with his restaurant clients and help improve their wine programs by telling the stories of the wines he sold to them and explaining the winemakers' vision--all the while avoiding the pretense and snobbery often associated with wine. "I micromanage each of my buyers and my wines," he once said. "I have little to do with the political bullshit in this business or with egomaniacs--people who think they know everything about wine."  According to Arnold Sessions, Mancbach even continued setting up allocations and marketing plans from his hospital bed. "Jimmy has always been the person that really gets it about small wineries," she said. "He'd get this merry band of road warriors [winery sales directors] and go out and educate about the wines and other great wines. We grew up doing that in Florida ."  Mancbach was a native of Metuchen , N.J. He moved to Florida in 1979 and had a brief stint in the furniture business before landing with Miami-based Southern. He usually took an active presence in Miami 's South Beach Wine & Food Festival, often helping auction off high-end wines at the annual event. He was particularly passionate about wine education, and before his death Mancbach asked several of the wineries he worked with--including Ridge, Au Bon Climat, Hanzell and Chateau Montelena--to set up a scholarship fund that could send aspiring winemakers to California to work harvest alongside the likes of Au Bon Climat's Jim Clendenen.                                                                                                                     "'Don't let it be some fluff job in the office,' he told us," said Arnold Sessions. "'They have to be on the land with the winemaker and learning the excitement and passion.' He said that with tears in his eyes." She said she expects a kickoff fund-raiser for the scholarship fund to be held--likely with the involvement of a celebrity chef--in South Florida in the next couple months.  Mancbach is survived by his parents Irwin and Barbara Mancbach; his sister, Jane Fletcher; and her two children. A memorial service was held last week in Boynton Beach , Fla. , with a burial and shivah last Friday in Santa Barbara , Calif.                                                                                                                                                                                                                    In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the James Mancbach Scholarship Foundation, c/o The United Way of Miami-Dade, 3250 S.W. Third Ave. , Miami , FL 33129 .

        Should you no longer wish to subscribe to “Wet Noses” please; either e-mail us your name and e-mail address or call us and ask us to remove your name from our list

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        WOLFE'S WINE SHOPPE

        2003 FOOD & WINE'S BEST NEW RETAIL SHOP

        2002, 2004 & 2005  NEW TIMES BEST WINE SHOP

        2006 MIAMI HERALD HOTLIST BEST WINE SHOP

        124 Miracle Mile

        Coral Gables, Florida,

        305-445-4567

         


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      • Wolfes Wines Shoppe
        HYPERLINK http://www.wolfeswines.com/1st%20page.htm WINE CLASSES-TASTINGS- WORKSHOPS GIFT BASKETS-FAVORS-ACCESSORIES REGISTRY-GIFT CERTIFICATES THE BOYS’
        Message 3 of 4 , Jan 8, 2008

           

          WINE CLASSES-TASTINGS- WORKSHOPS

          GIFT BASKETS-FAVORS-ACCESSORIES

          REGISTRY-GIFT CERTIFICATES

           

          THE BOYS’

          Wet Noses  

          Topic of Conversation: 

          Happy New Year!!!

          We wanted to wish you all a very happy and healthy new year and all the best in 2008. The wine world seems to be moving at warp speed as we head into the New Year.  Constant changes around every corner: from distribution to legislation to new frontiers for great quality juice, like never before this industry is on fire and Florida is poised as the most important growth market in the county.  Will the hot pinot noir grape continue to scale new heights in price and alcohol levels, will merlot be the comeback kid, will oak be removed from the word chardonnay all together and will the Euro continue its upward climb?  The answers to these questions will be formed over the next 12 months and oh what a time it will be to see what happens in 2008,

          just stay tuned and keep drinking great juice from Wolfe’s.

           

          Value of the Month:

          Tirecul La Graviere Monbazillac “Les Pins” 2003

          From the famous Château Tirecul la Gravière, this wine is made from the last two 'tries' of the 2003 vintage. Gold color, bright, delicate fruity nose of a classic blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon and Muscatel, fresh and bright on the palate, this provides plenty of rich fruit for a very reasonable price considering where the dollar is sitting against the euro.

          Back in the Shoppe:

          Huntington Petite Sirah 2005

          When this wine is first poured, the room fills with the scent of fresh blueberries. Enormous fruit characteristics include aromas of black fruit, chocolate, currant, blackberry and black cherry. The palate is rich and full, blanketed with soft tannins. This Petite Sirah is an amazing wine with its subtle layers of fruit and a rich jammy intensity that rather than going over the top, shows refinement and finesse in every sip.

          New Find of the Month :  

          Fruhwirth Scheurebe Styria 2005

          Smells incredibly like a peach tree farm. Crisp, acidic, works very much like champagne, bracing and refreshing and is one of our new favorites from Austria .

           

          Calendar of Events

          JANUARY

          be sure to look for updates!!!!! 

           

          FRIDAY JANUARY 4th

          7:00-9:00PM

          FUN & GAMES FOR CHRISTIE’S BIRTHDAY

          JUST YOU AND THE JUICE at Wolfe’s Wine Shoppe

                                                                                     

                                                                                     

          Do you have what it takes, you may be surprised!  No outside stimuli, no labels, no prices, no vintages, JUST YOU AND THE JUICE!  Everything we taste this night will be covered, as not to sway you impressions before you sample these goodies.  Many of the wines will surprise you; the quality, vintage and price points.  Come out and celebrate Christie’s Birthday! $20 Gets you in and Riedel Glass to go home with, please call or E-mail to RSVP and a $10 credit for a purchase that night.

           

          FRIDAY JANUARY 11th

          7:00-9:00PM

          CHEAP AND CHEERFUL every day drinkers

          at Wolfe’s Wine Shoppe

                                                                                     

          Feel good about drinking great quality wines and don’t spend an arm and a leg on the bottle.

          These wines will surprise even the most seasoned wine snob!

          $20 Gets you in and Riedel Glass to go home with, please call or E-mail to RSVP and a $10 credit for a purchase that night.

           

           

          FRIDAY JANUARY 18th

          7:00-9:00PM

          Great New Arrivals from Piedmont

          at Wolfe’s Wine Shoppe

                                                                                     

          2003 in Northern Italy as with most of Europe was an incredible hot vintage.  The weather did cause some problems, however some great wines were made.  Dolcetto’s and Barbera’s faired very well and it will be a good vintage for them.  As far a Barolo’s, quality producers made wines of a classic vintage but for the short term, a drinking vintage as you wait for the bigger and bolder vintages that need time to come around. Growers to pay attention to : Dolcetto’s from Boschis, Gavi’s from Camporosso, Corino’s Barolos, Correggia’s Barbera’s & Nebbiolo’s, Marengo’s Barolo’s, Mauro Molino’s Barolo and a host of others.  Wines for the tasting will be announced the week before the tasting. $20 Gets you in and Riedel Glass to go home with, please call or E-mail to RSVP and a $10 credit for a purchase that night.

           

           

           

          FRIDAY JANUARY 25th

          7:00-9:00PM

          Ken Wright Cellars

          at Wolfe’s Wine Shoppe

                                                                                     

          Ken Wright Cellars is devoted to showcasing the inherent quality of selected vineyard sites. With a clarity and breadth that is unequaled by other varieties, we believe Pinot noir best expresses the character of these sites. Rather than stamping wine with a varietal trademark, we see Pinot noir as a vehicle for conveying the aroma, flavor and texture of the location in which it is grown.

          $20 Gets you in and Riedel Glass to go home with and a $10 Credit for a purchase that night please call or E-mail to RSVP  More information on the wines to come!

          Should you no longer wish to subscribe to “Wet Noses” please; either e-mail us your name and e-mail address or call us and ask us to remove your name from our list

          # # #

           

          WOLFE'S WINE SHOPPE

          2003 FOOD & WINE'S BEST NEW RETAIL SHOP

          2002, 2004 & 2005  NEW TIMES BEST WINE SHOP

          2006 MIAMI HERALD HOTLIST BEST WINE SHOP

          124 Miracle Mile

          Coral Gables, Florida,

          305-445-4567

           


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