Winexpert: January News

Winexpert: January News

Winexpert: January News

Well…we are all dug out and back to work today, so I thought I had better get on the ball and send you a little newsletter to let you know what we are up to so far in 2016, other than making LOTS of wine!

We are making some small housekeeping changes in store over the next couple of weeks…moving some furniture to make room for a new label display and trying to phase out paper towel usage in the bottling area in an effort to reduce our garbage.

Limited Edition wines have been arriving and anyone who ordered either of the January wines, should have received an e-mail from us.  We have spares of the Italian Pinot Grigio Verduzzo & the Italian Barbera, if you missed the ordering deadline, but are still interested in them.

Wines on Sale

Save $15 Selection California Merlot & California Chardonnay

Save $10 World Vineyard Spanish Tempranillo & California Moscato

Save $8 Vintners Reserve Vieux Chateau Du Roi & Piesporter

Full descriptions of all the wines can be found HERE


This recipe could be paired with any light, dry white wine, not just our Limited Edition.

Removing Labels from Commercial Bottles 

I posted this a couple of time  and have had very positive feedback from customers who have tried it.  I found a Pin on Pinterest  (here is the link to our Pinterest Page) that tells you how to remove labels from your store bought bottles…I get asked all the time, the best way to remove these labels, so that the bottles can be re-used.  If you want to re-use your store bought bottles, you have to remove the labels and this should work!

Fill your sink with hot, hot, hot water. Then fill each wine bottle with hot water and drop it into the sink. Next, add this secret potion: 1/2 cup baking powder 1 Tbsp dish soap 2 cups white vinegar Once you add the vinegar to the sink, it will get all fizzy for a second and the labels should come off.


We hope to see you soon…Cheers!