Weekly Wine Picks

Weekly Wine Picks

Your Weekly Wine Picks are Here! This week we have several new great wines to tell you about that just arrived at Taylor’s Wine Shop including the “Disciples” from Crane Assembly along with the Water Witch from Krupp Brothers, Caderetta 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon from Columbia Valley, Washington and one of our Best Sellers, Cooper & Thief Cellarmasters Red Wine Blend! These are fantastic wines you will not want to miss, so go ahead and stock up!...
Oak & Dagger Dinner

Oak & Dagger Dinner

Oak & Dagger Dinner March 8th, 7pm – 9pm at Oak & Dagger Public House Join us for a very special craft brew dinner at Oak & Dagger Public House Brewery on March 8th from 7-9pm for a 5 course meal with beer pairings. Tickets are $50 per person, all inclusive. Seating is limited. BUY...
Italics Wine Dinner

Italics Wine Dinner

Upcoming Wine Dinner with Italics Winery and Tickets are Now on Sale! Italics’ Managing Partner Taylor Martin will be joining us to guide us through the latest offerings from the winery.  He’ll also be screening portions of the documentary Decanted which featured Italics winery and their winemaker Steve Reynolds.  This promises to be a fun and unique winery dinner you won’t want to miss. Wines for the event: Sparkling Wine starter 2014 Italics White Wine- $54 2013 Reynolds Family Pinot Noir Carneros- $51 2013 Italics Sixteen Appellations Red Wine, Napa Valley- $83 2013 Italics Estate Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley- $105 Wednesday, December 6th at 7pm Fleming’s Steakhouse (Crabtree Valley Mall) $110 per person, all inclusive (dinner, tax,...
January’s Wine Sale!

January’s Wine Sale!

January is after dinner and aperitif wine month. Fantastic wines to cozy up by the fire with on sale all month long. Take 10% OFF 1-3 Bottles & 15% OFF 4+ Bottles! Sweet wines often get a bad rap from many so called “wine connoisseurs,” but if you’ve been dismissing a whole class of wines because they contain some residual sugar, then you’re missing out on some of the world’s most complex, profound, sought after, sometimes expensive, and delicious wines. So skip the chocolate cake and finish your meal off with an after dinner wine instead. Just a little of these delicious nectars goes a long way (a 2-3oz pour is typical), and with a 2-3 week shelf life (after opening), it’s easy to finish off a bottle of your favorite before it goes bad. We’ve also included aperitif and digestive wines in with this month’s sale of non-table-style wines, which includes sherries, vermouths and dry ports. The dry, briny minerality of many aperitif wines are perfect for getting the salivary glands primed for a good meal and many believe the botanicals used in digestif wines help aid the digestion process. Ports also suffer somewhat of an image problem as many picture stodgy old guys sitting in their clubs with cigars when they think of port, but Port and Port style fortified wines are great with many cheeses, desserts, mixed to create a Port cocktail, or alone at the end of a meal or evening. Port is also a great base for many fantastic sauces. The Most Common Types of Dessert Wines The folks over at one of our...
Gift Certificates

Gift Certificates

Give the perfect gift for any occasion! We now offer Taylor’s Wine Shop Gift Certificates! Once you place your order, we will email you a Printable Gift Certificate that you can give to anyone to use in store! At the Current Time, Gift Certificates are Only Valid for...