*Please note our Fire-Cracker Summer Hours today, July 4th!*
10am – 8pm (closing a little early – we hope you understand:-)
In the summertime, we’ve got vino, we’ve got vino on our minds!
Which is really super lucky for you because, in our obsessiveness, it means we here at Gnarly really like to sit around and think about great grab-n-go wines for you and only you, grape-loving galivanters that you are. And this week – in addition to our fab Gnarly Everyday Super-Value 6-Pack ($55.80), Gnarly One-Step-Up 6-Pack ($79.20) and Gnarly Awesome Rooftop BBQ 6+1 Pack (you get a bonus flask of Old Grand Dad 100 Proof Bonded Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, friend, for a cool 88 clams), we decided to up the ante with a few new Gnarly Vines ultimate 6-ways-to-Sunday stupendous seminal summer sipping sixers! We’ve got Bordeaux and BBQ! Gnarly Staffer Go-To Rose! All-American Red, White, and Pink! And a whole lotta savings just for you — plus a free tote! Awww. Hurry in and grab yours, because these are available only through the holiday weekend – which is exactly when you need them!
BORDEAUX BBQ 6-PACK – $100
What better way to celebrate American independence than with some vin from the country that helped us shed the Queen Mother and gave us the lovely Lady Liberty? (Who cares if they haven’t done much for us since?!) We adore French Bordeaux with American BBQ – why? These are reds that don’t overwhelm; instead, they tote the kind of strength that complements, with their medium-bodied texture, firm tannins, and even-keeled fruit and savory notes. And at 16.67% off (that’s a regular price of $122 just in case you don’t have your calculator handy), all we can say is sacre red, white, and bleu!
2009 Chateau Haut-Brignot Reserve Vieilles – Haut-Medoc, Bordeaux, France – $14
2005 Chateay Lassus Cru Bourgeois – Medoc, Bordeaux, France – $16
2005 Chateau Loumede 1er Cotes de Blaye, Bordeaux, France – $18
2005 Lucas – Cotes de Castillon, Bordeaux, France – $20
2010 Chateau Haut-Vigneau – Pessac-Leognan, Bordeaux, France – $24
2008 Chateau Boutisse Saint-Emilion Grand Cru – Bordeaux, France – $28
STAFF GO-TO ROSE 6-PACK – $86.40
Real men drink pink! And so do real women. So if the notion of petal-hued juice makes you blush, get over it! Rose is in the ultimate summer sipper in the heat of the moment – refreshing! Quenching! Easy-going! And far more versatile than it’s given credit for. From goat cheese to lobster to grilled pork loin, there’s a rose-hued beauty for just about any dish you can stuff in a picnic basket or toss on the picnic table. And here (at 10% off the regular price), we’ve pulled together a bevy of blushing beauties to pull and pop for whatever warm-weather walk-about you’ve got planned this weekend.
2010 Rimbert Petit Cochon Bronze – Languedoc, France – $12
2011 Terre Nere, Etna Rosato – Sicily, Italy – $20
2011 Muga Rose – Rioja, Spain – $14
2011 Attila Gere ‘Weninger-Gere’ Rose – Villany, Hungary – $16
2011 JM Raffault Chinon Rose- Loire Valley, France – $17
2011 La Kiuva Rose de Vallee – Vallee d’Aosta, Italy – $17
RED, WHITE, ROSE AND SPARKLING ALL-AMERICAN 6-PACK - $89.10
Did you know that the U.S. recently became the top wine-consuming nation in the world? The world!!! And not only are we drinking it – we’re maknig some pretty great bottles, too, from sea to shining sea if we do say so ourselves. And here in America, we are not shy, kids (and we like a bargain – which here, winnows 10% off the regular shelf price ticket). In fact, these star-spangled wines are so good, they might even make you want to do a Yankee-Doodle dance for joy.
NV Gruet Blanc de Noirs Methode Champenoise Brut – Albuquerque, NM – $17
2010 Palmina Tocai Friulano Honea Vineyard – Santa Ynez Valley, Central Coast, CA – $20
2011 Shinn Estate Rose – North Fork of Long Island, NY – $15
2010 Old Parcel Pinot Noir – Oregon – $15
2010 Charles Smith ‘The Velvet Devil’ Merlot – Columbia Valley, WA – $15
2009 Yorkville Cellars Hi-Roller Red – Mendocino County, CA – $15