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Produced from Loureiro and Pederña grapes grown in the granitic soils of the Vinho Verde region, the Santola (or as we here are calling it, "the crab wine") is a delicious, spritely and refreshing white. It doesn't get much more traditional, thirst-quenching or seasonally perfect then this wine. Delicious, low in alcohol, slightly fizzy and way too easy to drink!
Price: $8.99

These glasses only ship in cases of six; price is per stem. For generations, traditional crystal glasses were made with lead to fortify them. Schott Zweisel replaced the lead with titanium and zirconium, creating a crystal glass that is incredibly durable and brilliant. The glasses are then reinforced at the rim and at both ends of the stem where breakage most frequently occurs. Scratch resistant, even in the dishwasher. This is larger than the Riedel Chianti glass at 8 7/8" tall and larger in diameter than the Chardonnay/Red wine glass, with a capacity ...
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A new name in the K&L stable, Terra do Minho provides exactly what you'd expect from a top-notch Vinho Verde producer. Made from Espadiero and Touriga Naçional, it's a bright, vivacious, pink fruit and floral charmer. With Vinho Verde's traditional low alcohol, this wine can be enjoyed pretty much any time of day, at a price that allows it to be enjoyed every day.
Price: $9.99

Just in time for the summer we have found this new Vinho Verde. A blend of 50% Loureiro, 30% Arinto and 20% Trejadura this has everything that you could want from a Vinho Verde and more. It is zippy and fresh with aromatics of mixed citrus fruits accented with a subtle mix of floral and savory tones. The flavors are persistent on the palate with just a hint of minerality. Fun and easy but not simple and with a screw top, it is ready for all your summertime needs.
Price: $9.99


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This has been the #1 selling Italian wine for more than two decades at K&L! You can't get that kind of continued success without a supremely fantastic quality-to-price ratio. The southern Tuscan coast is a wonderful location for winemaking, with stable temperatures and a solid history of quality, yet no fame and fortune. Incredibly priced bargains come out of the region, and the proof is in the bottle. This wine is wonderful, soft, forward and easy-to-drink Sangiovese with an enticing mixture of cherry, plum and earth. Eminently drinkable.
Price: $9.99

For generations, traditional crystal glasses were made with lead to fortify them. Schott Zwiesel replaces the lead with titanium and zirconium, creating a crystal glass that is incredibly durable and brilliant. The glasses are then reinforced at the rim and at both ends of the stem, where breakage most frequently occurs. Scratch resistant, even in the dishwasher. The Forte series Bordeaux glasses are 8 3/4" tall and hold 21.1 ounces. These glasses ship in cases of six only; price is per stem.
Price: $9.99


These glasses ship in cases of six only; price is per stem. For generations, traditional crystal glasses were made with lead to fortify them. Schott Zweisel replaces the lead with titanium and zirconium, creating a crystal glass that is incredibly durable and brilliant. The glasses are then reinforced at the rim and at both ends of the stem, where breakage most frequently occurs. Scratch resistant, even in the dishwasher. Though classified as a red wine glass, this is fantastic for Chardonnay! Very similar in shape to the Riedel Chianti glass. One of ou...
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Früh Kölsch is top fermented, brisk and refreshing with a hoppy dry finish. Further characteristics are the light golden colour with a good lasting head. Früh Kölsch is considered as one of the best Kölsch beers from Germany.
Price: $3.49

Côtes de Gascogne is primarily known for the production of Armagnac; it wasn’t until the last 20 years or so that producers began to take table wine production seriously. Traditionally, these wines would have been distilled into Armagnac. Producers found that by fermenting at lower temperatures in stainless steel, they could develop and preserve more powerful aromatics. Though yields are high, costs have stayed low and the wines are consequently some of the best bargain whites in France. Domaine de Millet is first and foremost a fifth-generation Armagnac...
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Wine Spectator: "This medium-bodied red is creamy and balanced, layering a savory, sanguine hint of grilled meat with plumped cherry and roasted fig fruit, and floral and spice accents. Syrah, Mourvèdre and Viognier. (AN)" (07/2021)
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Jancis Robinson: "Lemon curd and fat, yellow, spring blossom. Plump-cheeked and generous, honeyed florals and drippingly ripe white peaches. I'd want to drink this on a hot day with a picnic by the side of the Canal du Midi, under the shade of tall plane trees, watching boats lazily motor by manned by sunburned men with big round bellies. (TC)" (03/2020) K&L Notes: A blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Muscat and Grenache Gris. An enticing entry level wine from one of the Languedoc's most prestigious producers, Chateau de la Négly. All made in stain...
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This delightful salmon-pink wine is produced using the traditional saignée process. After macerating on the skins for approximately 10 hours, the juice is then pumped off and fermented in temperature-controlled, stainless steel tanks. Aromatics of strawberries and crushed red fruit leap from the glass. In the mouth, it is fresh with excellent acidity, some mineral components and good length. Very food friendly, it is a great companion to just about anything you want to throw at it.
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Wine Enthusiast: "Fresh apple and lemon aromas lead to crisp, clean citrus flavors in this light-bodied, friendly wine. It's straightforward, drinkable and refreshing. (JG)" (04/2021)
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91 points Wine Enthusiast: "This is a strong bottling of this Cabernet-dominant red blend. There’s a slight funk at first, which quickly blows off to reveal aromas of mint, tomato stem, iodine, pencil shavings and warm clay, all weaving through puckered, sunkissed fruit. The palate is big and broad yet raspy and a little on the warm side alcohol-wise. It avoids being syrupy, however, thanks to a lifted line of acidity and a grip of sinewy, spicy tannins. Shows variety and place expression at an affordable price point. " (08/2020) Wine Spectator: "Light...
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Chante Cigale means singing cicada (a type of grasshopper/cricket), and the Cicada red is their early-drinking any day Grenache/Carignan blend. The property has been in the family since the 19th century and is currently run by Alexandre Favier who assumed the reins at the ripe old age of 20. The domaine is planted to 40 ha of red and 5 ha of white on 45 different parcels throughout the appellation.
Price: $9.99

Classic, weighted bottom shot glass with 2 oz white line marking.
Price: $4.99

From Bell's: "Everything you love about our classic Two Hearted® Ale... now in a double IPA. With two and a half times the amount of Centennial hops, Double Two Hearted® has intense pine and citrus notes, a resinous hop aroma and rich malt character."
Price: $3.49
Limit of 4 per customer



A rich ruby red with notes of violets and red berry fruits, this Cabernet Franc is nicely layered on the palate with brightness running throughout and just a touch of smoke mixed in with some purple fruits. Soft waves of mineral with a nice soft tannin make this a true delight to drink. Domaine les Pins has been family run for five generations. They are a small artisanal producer that oversees every stage of production from start to finish themselves. They have roughly 30 hectares of Cabernet Franc spread out through the Bourgueil and Saint Nicolas de Bo...
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Brewer notes: "STS Pils is a classic European style Pilsner. It is straw in color and often times will have a slight haze due to the fact that it is unfiltered. STS Pils is a hop forward pilsner with a mild malt foundation, strong lager yeast characteristic, and a dry, bitter finish."
Price: $5.49

A must-have tool for any wine lover. This is a standard pocket corkscrew with hinged brace.
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From the brewery: "A good beer takes its time. The long storage makes our yellow bright lager, 'Original', a flavourful beer enjoyed with fine poured, white foam. With a mild hoppy note and its pleasant fresh spicy taste, it goes very well with salads, poultry, stews or with a hearty snack. Brewed according to our centuries-old brewing tradition on the Weihenstephan hill."
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Hopped exclusively with the Centennial hop varietal from the Pacific Northwest, with additions in the kettle and again in the fermenter. A significant malt body balances this hop presence along with the signature Bell's house yeast.
Price: $2.59

Nothing refreshes more than this naturally cloudy wheat beer with its wonderful yeasty fragrance and taste. Goes especially well with that Bavarian speciality 'Weisswurst' or white sausage! Though hot dogs off the grill are not a bad substitute!
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From the brewery: "Bell's Oberon is a wheat ale fermented with Bell's signature house ale yeast, mixing a spicy hop character with mildly fruity aromas. The addition of wheat malt lends a smooth mouthfeel, making it a classic summer beer."
Price: $2.29

Inspired by an historical Märzen-Gose—stronger and darker than a standard gose—Bärentöter is in fact an entirely new creation. This harmoniously complex brew is produced using an opulent decoction mash-malt mixture, with additions of coriander, salt, orange peel, and a touch of cinnamon. The world’s premier sour bock undergoes a lactic acid fermentation, lending an elegant sourness to its salty malt body and layers of fruity & spicy aromatics. *Bärentöter”(“Bear Slayer”) was the name of a rifle owned by a 19th century fictional German gunman of the Wild...
Price: $6.49

From the brewery: "Villager IPA puts hop aroma first with a unique blend of bittering and aroma hops. These unusual suspects create an aroma that’s citrusy and floral with the faintest bit of forest. Its mild bitterness and simple malt bill keep it easy and drinkable. HOPS: JARRYLO, WARRIOR, CENTENNIAL"
Price: $2.19

A combination of chili heat and tart apple, mellowed by a dash of sweet, makes for a cider that is both fruity and spicy. A peppery tickle on the nose.
Price: $9.99


Get your wine ready for your next getaway. Air-filled bubbles protect your bottle while a sticky seal keeps any spill contained. Grab & go handles make it easy to tote and a cinch to open. So don't leave your wine behind next time you hop on your plane.
Price: $3.99

As the oldest existing brewery in the world, the Weihenstephaner brewery occupies an exalted site atop Weihenstephan Hill in the Bavarian city of Freising. From the brewery: "Our Korbinian, the full-bodied, dark Doppelbock with light brown foam, wins beer-lovers over with a balance of fruity hints of plums and figs, a dark malt aroma - reminiscent of toffee, nuts and chocolate. Its roasted flavour goes well with smoked meat and fish as well as venison and poultry. Brewed according to our centuries-old brewing tradition on the Weihenstephan hill."
Price: $3.99

Based loosely on the Smokestack Series’ The Sixth Glass, this abbey-style quadrupel is separated into a number of oak bourbon barrels where it ages for varying lengths of time, some for up to three years. Cherries are added to make up for the angel's share of beer lost during barrel aging. Selected barrels are then blended for optimum flavor. The resulting beer retains only very subtle cherry characteristics, with toffee and vanilla notes coming to the fore.
Price: $3.99

Take a break from the heat, you deserve it. This easy drinking tart ale is just what you need! It's naturally soured, unfiltered, and unpasteurized. The result is a thirst-quenching, clean, and crushable tart ale with a bright, lemony and passionfruit character, with distinct notes of mandarin zest and lime from dry hopping with Mandarina Bavaria hops. An easy drinking ale for sour beer lovers!
Price: $4.49

Salt Point is a small company based in Mill Valley, Calif. that is changing the way people drink at home and on the go by creating a consistently delicious cocktail in a can. It's been a rough go for canned cocktails so far. It's definitely a growing category, but generally they're an afterthought of a giant drinks conglomerate. Not exactly the focus on quality that most home bartenders are looking for. Salt Point is different. This is all they do. They source only the highest quality non-GMO ingredients and focus on balance above all else. Heather Wyatt...
Price: $4.99



Anchor Steam? The perennially popular beer brewed in San Francisco since 1896 derives its name from 19th century slang. "Steam" was a widely used nickname for beer brewed on the West Coast, and this Bay Area brew epitomizes NorCal charm. Made with an all-malt mash in a copper brew house, the beer has a malty nose with a hint of red fruit and caramel. Smooth and enjoyable.
Price: $1.89

Reusable bottle tags. Pack includes pen and 50 white tags. Made for identifying your bottles while on their sides in the cellar.
Price: $4.99

Not all bitters are created equal. Regan's Orange Bitters come from cocktail maven Gary Regan. Subtle and slightly spicy, these bitters add a unique twist (no pun intended) to your favorite cocktail.
Price: $9.99



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