Tag: whiskey



Queso Tres Leches
$11.99 reg. $13.99
The distinctive piquant taste of this white cheese ranges from nutty to fruity. It has a rich, buttery texture. 

Horseradish and Chive Havarti
$8.99 reg. $10.99
Surprising ingredients come to life in every bite. Fresh chives, horseradish, and mustard seeds combine to surprise every taste bud.

3-Year Yellow Cheddar
$8.99 reg. $10.99
This cheese is concentrated with a pleasing balance. Taste it and remember why Wisconsin is the largest producer of cheese in the nation.

6-Year Yellow Cheddar
$14.99 reg. $16.99
Don’t let the color fool you. Annatto (a common tasteless food coloring made from a seed) was used to balance the color of milk throughout the year.

10-Year White Cheddar
$23.99 reg. $26.99
This cheddar is intense and concentrated with predominating sharpness.


Jeptha Creed Distillery
Shelbyville, Kentucky

Jeptha Creed Distillery uses old fashioned methods to meet today’s demanding modern tastes. We use only the finest ingredients, locally grown and sourced to ensure our products meet the highest expectations for quality and flavor. You could say we’re history in the making, but really we’re making old fashion new. Owned and operated by dynamic mother-and-daughter duo Joyce and Autumn Nethery, Jeptha Creed sits on 64 acres of farmland, where we grow the Bloody Butcher Corn we use for all of our products. One of the things we’re most proud of here at Jeptha Creed is our commitment to the ground to glass concept. Whenever we can, we grow the ingredients that we use in our spirits.

Jeptha Creed Straight Kentucky Bourbon
Many distilleries put the focus on the wheat or rye components of their mash bill, but since bourbon is always at least 51% corn, the Netherys wanted to be thoughtful about selecting their corn. The idea of using an heirloom varietal came from Joyce, who had been experimenting with heirloom vegetables in her own garden. As a test, they grew one field of Bloody Butcher corn, and one field of non-GMO yellow corn. When fall came and the corn ripened, they noticed an intriguing behavior from the local wildlife: animals would walk through the yellow corn fields to reach the Bloody Butcher corn, eating the crimson kernels and sleeping among the yellow. The Netherys knew they had made a key discovery for the future of Jeptha Creed.

Jeptha Creed Kentucky Original Vodka
Crafted from Heirloom Bloody Butcher corn and distilled for maximum purity of flavor, our Original Vodka is so smooth, George Clooney could take lessons. Sit back and sip it neat or blend it into a custom cocktail.

Jeptha Creed Blueberry Flavored Vodka
Blueberries just taste better when they’re locally grown, so we’ve hand-selected the berries used in our blend from nearby farms. Fruity, tangy and reminiscent of summer sweetness, our Blueberry Vodka is infused and macerated with real, locally sourced blueberries that can be enjoyed neat or swirled into a custom cocktail.

Jeptha Creed Hot Pepper Flavored Vodka
Spicy pepper kick adds a little flavor to your day to spice things up! Perfect for a Sunday Bloody Mary. Our 100% corn vodka infused with Serrano peppers, Jalapeno peppers, Anaheim peppers, and garlic.




Brunello di Montalcino
$58.99 Reg. $63.99
Winery Notes
Balsamic aromas of wild thyme, juniper, eucalyptus and pine lead off, with cherry and plum fruit at the core. There’s latent energy that’s restrained for now by the grip of tannins, yet this is lithe and nimble despite the solid structure.
95 Points Wine Spectator

Tenute Silvio Nardi

Brunello di Montalcino
$54.99 Reg. $74.99
Winery Notes
Beautifully polished and bright, the Tenute Silvio Nardi 2015 Brunello di Montalcino offers a textbook rendition from this slightly warm vintage. The wine sketches out classic lines with a generous and full array of Sangiovese aromas. These range from wild fruit and dried cherry to tilled earth, cola and balsam herb. There’s a pretty note of blue flower or lilac as well for added elegance. The finish is smooth with integrated tannins and balanced acidity. All the elements work harmoniously here and would be nicely accentuated by a spezzatino di maiale, or pork shoulder slow-cooked with tomato, shallots, red wine and peas.

Col D’Orcia

Rosso di Montalcino
$21.99 Reg. $29.99
Winery Notes
A soft, delicious red with crushed berry and cherry character. Full body, round, velvety tannins and a flavorful finish. From organically grown grapes. Drink or hold.
92 Points James Suckling



$59.99 Reg. $69.99
Winery Notes
The bouquet is elegant with hints of red mature fruits, leather, tobacco and sensations of oak, while on the palate the powerful structure emerges with a long persistent finish.
90 Points Wine Spectator

Vite Colte

Barbaresco Riserva
$36.99 Reg. $39.99
Winery Notes
Dark plums, cherry liqueur and lots of cinnamon and spices, but also a fresher, herbal thread with heather and bracken. Full-bodied and dense on the palate, which frames layers of plush red fruit against very muscular tannins. Long and very chewy on the finish.
95 Points James Suckling

Monchiero Carbone
Mon Birone

Barbera D’ Alba
 Reg. $39.99
Winery Notes
Color: deep, with intense shades of ruby-red enhanced by purplish hues. Nose: excellent, layered and complex intensity and finesse, with aromas ranging from cocoa to toasted coffee to spices (juniper berries) and hints of cherry and plum. Taste: great power showing on entry, with an alcoholic content that ensures initial smoothness immediately balanced out by an acidity which softens the fruity pulp. The finish is long and fresh, providing a nice balance between the fruit and the oak. Pairings: with its alcohol content and good acidity, it is recommended with all slow-cooked meat dishes, such as pork loin, stewed veal shank or beef stewed in red wine.


Dolcetto D’Alba
$19.99 Reg. $24.99
Winery Notes
The visual impact is a beautiful purple red very bright. The olfactory analysis reminds of fruit and typical aromas, including red cherry. The taste is a very nice balance among tannins, acidity and alcohol, so that the wine is sapid and pleasant. The aftertaste, slightly bitter, reminds of almonds which is the very typical characteristic of this wine.


German-style Golden Lager
4pk 16oz can

Brewer’s Notes:
Brewed with the finest German malts and noble hops; a super-drinkable lager that can be swigged or sipped during your end of summer festivities. Our festbier is a deep golden color and bold in flavor without being too heavy. Expect elegant malt notes with a light hop character.

Zum Wohl!


2nd Shift Citra-fied DDH Little Big Hop IPA
$9.99 | 4pk 16oz can

4 Hands Absence of Light Peanut Butter Chocolate Milk Stout
$10.99 | 4pk 16oz can

4 Hands Chocolate Milk Stout
$9.99 | 6pk 12oz can

Alarmist Le Jus Hazy IPA
$13.99 | 4pk 16oz can

Alarmist Pantsless Pale Ale
$9.99 | 4pk 16oz can

Glutenberg Double IPA (Gluten Free)
$12.99 | 4pk 16oz can

Half Acre Grow Greater Englewood IPA
$12.99 | 4pk 16oz can

Middle Brow Fresher Crush IPA
$11.99 | 4pk 16oz can

MORE Loose Candies DDH DIPA
$16.99 | 4pk 16oz can

Pipeworks Hey, Careful Man…White Russian Imperial Stout
$5.99 | 16oz can

Rochefort 10 Trappist Ale
$6.99 | 330ml

Saint Errant Lost Frequency DDH IPA
$15.99 | 4pk 16oz can

Spiteful Working For The Weekend DIPA
$10.99 | 4pk 16oz can

Transient Cosmic Juice Hazy DIPA
$17.99 | 4pk 16oz can

Traquair House Scottish Ale
$6.99 | 500ml



Maple Bacon Cheddar
$7.99 reg. $9.99
White cheddar with maple syrup and bacon pieces between the curds. Pairs well with a burger, an omelet, or a grilled cheese sandwich.

Harvest Apple Cinnamon Cheddar
$12.99 reg. $14.99
Well-balanced sweet apple and cinnamon with young cheddar notes

Smoked Cheddar
$9.99 reg. $11.99
Cold smoked with hickory in house at The Great American Cheese Collection.

Merlot Bellavitano
$11.99 reg. $13.99
Berry and plum notes merge with the sweet, nutty crunch of Italian Farmstead Cheese. Rich and creamy with a melted butter finish, this cheese is sure to please.

Espresso Bellavitano
$11.99 reg. $13.99


Old Forester Kentucky Straight Bourbon 86 Proof
$24.99 reg. $29.99
Created in 1870, Old Forester is the only bourbon continuously distilled and marketed by the founding family before, during and after Prohibition. At 86 proof, Old Forester delivers a genuine bourbon experience, with rich, full flavor and a smooth character that is ideal for sipping neat, on the rocks, with a splash of water or in a classic cocktail.

Old Forester Statesman Kentucky Straight Bourbon
$59.99 reg. $69.99
Inspired by the dynamic characters in the film,”Kingsman: The Golden Circle,” Old Forester Statesman offers bold flavor blended to a smooth 95 proof from hand-selected casks of our famed Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whisky from the warmest places in the warehouse. Because true character is only revealed after a little heat, the Statesman product offers an exceptional balance of heat and spice.

Old Forester 1870 Original Batch Kentucky Straight Bourbon
$49.99 reg. $54.99
1870 Original Batch echoes George Garvin Brown’s original batching process. Back then, Brown batched barrels obtained from three distilleries to create a consistent flavor profile. To emulate that process today, we also select barrels from three warehouses, each barrel originating from a different day of production, with a different entry proof and a different age profile. The three expressions of Old Forester are then batched together and minimally filtered to craft Old Forester 1870 Original Batch.

Old Forester 1897 Bottled-in-Bond Kentucky Straight Bourbon
$67.99 reg. $84.99
Old Forester 1897 Bottled in Bond is crafted to honor a watershed moment in bourbon history – the U.S. Bottled-in-Bond Act of 1897. This expression follows the Bottled in Bond standards that whisky must be aged in a federally bonded warehouse for at least four years, the product of one distillation season, one distiller and from one distillery and bottled at 100 Proof. The concept behind these regulations – the idea of ‘sealed in quality’ – was something Old Forester introduced in 1870, as America’s First Bottled Bourbon.

Old Forester 1910 Old Fine Kentucky Straight Bourbon
$59.99 reg. $69.99
On October 22nd. 1910, a fire on the bottling line halted production of Old Forester. Mature whisky ready to be bottled, instead was stored in a secondary barrel. What emerged was a delightful whisky, remarkable enough to become an entirely new expressions – Old Fine Whisky.Today mimicking this historic bottling, this unique expression of Old Forester has undergone a second barreling, granting it exceptional character, a smooth and sweet flavor and a clean, crisp finish. Entering the second barrel at a low 100 proof allows more of the sweet wood sugars to dissolve into the whiskey.

Old Forester 1920 Prohibition Style Kentucky Straight Bourbon
$69.99 reg. $84.99
The Volstead Act of 1920 which initiated Prohibition in the USA granted permits to six distillers in Kentucky to continue to bottle bourbon for medicinal purposes. Through one of these permits, Old Forester continued to be produced as medicinal whiskey on Louisville’s famed Whiskey Row. It is the only bourbon continuously sold by the same company that has been available for sale before, during and after Prohibition.During this time, all whiskies had to be bottled at 100 Proof. With a barrel entry proof of 100, the “angel’s share” would have created a 115 proof whiskey after maturation. To pay homage to this era, Old Forester presents 1920 Prohibition Style Bourbon at 115 proof to represent the rich flavor profile this bourbon had nearly 100 years ago.



Domaine Michel Girard
$21.99 Reg. $23.99

Winery Notes
A delicate and complex Sancerre with great depth of fruit; the boisterous green aromatics often found in Sauvignon Blanc have been skillfully restrained, allowing fruity layers of green apples and lemons to show through.

Domaine De Fussiacus
$19.99 Reg. $23.99

Winery Notes
A wine with a golden-green robe, rounded and fruity onto the palate. Demonstrates excellent floral notes of acacia, with hints of vegetable, aniseed and liquorice. Only 30% is aged in oak. Really delicious Chardonnay for the price.


J. L. Chave Selection
$29.99 Reg. $32.99

93 Points Wine Spectator

Winery Notes
This is lively, with bright black cherry and blackberry coulis flavors racing along, lined with a fresh sanguine note and backed by a minerally edge on the finish. A flash of bay leaf in the background adds range. Drink now through 2030. 3,100 cases made, 1,000 cases imported. Syrah

Louis Jadot
Cote de Beaune-Villages
$29.99 Reg. $38.99

Winery Notes
Light-bodied red with hints of candied strawberry and cherry, plus dusty tannins and hints of spice at the finish. The House of Louis Jadot has been producing exceptional Burgundy wines since its founding in 1859 by Louis Henry Denis Jadot. For the past 150 years Louis Jadot has continued as one of the great names of Burgundy and has gained international reputation for its superb red and white Burgundy wines. Louis Jadot is not only one of the largest producers of estate Burgundies of the Cote d’Or, it is one of the most celebrated exporters of premium Burgundies, owning close to 140 acres of vineyards from 24 of the most prestigious sites in Burgundy. Pinot Noir

Pas De Probleme
Pinot Noir
$14.99 Reg. $16.99

Winery Notes
With aromas of raspberry, dried currants and wild strawberry in the glass, this wine is pleasant to drink with silky tannins that allow the mocha, pepper and warm spices to coat the palate. Pairs well with Pan roasted lamb chops with couscous and black currant sauce, grilled chicken with roasted eggplant baba ganoush, goat cheese stuffed portabella mushroom, salmon with cauliflower rice and golden raisins, pot roast dinner, fennel crusted pork loin with sweet potato mash.

Regis Bouvier
Bourgogne En Montre Cul
Red Burgundy Wine
$28.99 Reg. $32.99

Winery Notes
A small restaurant in Beaune long ago had a minimalist concept that I loved: two big communal tables, no menu, and no wine list. You showed up, and the chef, seated at the bar, would finish his glass of rouge and saunter off to the kitchen to cook whatever hunks of pork he happened to be offering that day and boil some potatoes. Dinner was just that, a massive portion of meat and potatoes served on a wooden slab, with a few lonely leaves of lettuce, perhaps to clear the conscience. The house rouge—bright, zippy, loads of fun—was none other than Bouvier’s En Montre Cul, priced so that you could order bottle after bottle, and such a pleasure to drink it guaranteed a good time. Looking back, the food wasn’t even that good, but it didn’t really matter. Sometimes the wine more than makes up for shortcomings in the kitchen.
Pinot Noir

Domaine Prieur-Brunet
Premier Cru
$44.99 Reg. $49.99

92 Points Robert Parker

Winery Notes
Exhibiting attractive aromas of cherries, raspberries, spices and orange rind, the 2018 Santenay 1er Cru Maladière (Domaine Prieur-Brunet) is medium to full-bodied, layered and complete, with succulent acids and a deep core of fruit. Frédéric Barnier notes that this parcel is planted with quite high-quality vine material.

Clarence Dillon
Inspired by Haut-Brion
$15.99 Reg. $18.99

Winery Notes
A deep color and a soft bouquet of liquorice and blackcurrant. The wine has violet and slightly toasty nuances on the palate. The texture is velvety and the flavor altogether powerful and elegant. There is a wonderful refined balance between high-quality tannin, concentration, tension, and freshness. A lovely vintage for Clarendelle!

Chateau Lecuyer
$56.99 Reg. $62.99

Winery Notes
Nice fruit forward Pomerol with loads of Merlot fruit and a delightful perfumed element to it. A rich & powerful wine with good balance with a bouquet of black current, mint and pretty earthy tones. It comes from a highly respected small seven-acre vineyard located in the heart of Pomerol. This wine is always a crowd pleaser and great for this price range. Great with a wide range of dishes including lamb chops, roasts and chicken.
Blend: 90% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc


Great Lakes

Marzen Lager
6pk btl

Brewer’s Notes:
Prost! Our take on this classic German style is a real malt party, packed with toasty autumnal flavors perfect for hearty hoisting. Über smooth with vibrant malt flavors and a festive flourish of noble hops (lederhosen not included).


Alemsith Aleschmidt Oktoberfest
$10.99 | 6pk can
Avery The Kaiser Imperial Oktoberfest
$11.99 | 6pk can
Ayinger Oktober Fest-Marzen
$11.99 | 4pk btl
Bell’s Octoberfest Lager
$10.99 | 6pk btl
Blind Pig Oktoberfest Marzen Lager
$10.99 | 4pk 16oz can
Brooklyn Oktoberfest Lager
$8.99 | 6pk btl
Brooklyn Post Road Pumpkin Ale
$8.99 | 6pk btl
Great Lakes Oktoberfest Marzen
$9.99 | 6pk btl
Hopewell Endgrain Oktoberfest Marzen
$10.99 | 4pk 16oz can
Left Hand Oktoberfest Lager
$10.99 | 6pk can
Maplewood Festbier Lager
$10.99 | 4pk 16oz can
Marz Oktoberfestbier
$12.99 | 4pk 12oz can
Metropolitan Afterburner Oktoberfest
$10.99 | 6pk can
Southern Tier Cold Brew Coffee Pumking Nitro
$14.99 | 4pk 16oz can
Southern Tier Harvest IPA
$10.99 | 6pk btl
Southern Tier Pumking
$14.99 | 4pk btl
Southern Tier Pumking Nitro
$14.99 | 4pk 16oz can
Urban Chestnut Okatz Oktoberfest
$6.99 | 4pk 16oz can


2nd Shift DDH Citra-fied Little Big Hop IPA
$9.99 | 4pk 16oz can
903 Pineapple Magic Slushy Sour
$7.50 | 16oz can
903 Snowball Stout
$13.99 | 4pk 12oz can
Ayinger Celebrator Doppelbock
$12.99 | 4pk btl
Bosteels Tripel Karmeliet
$19.99 | 4pk btl
Destihl Wild Sour: Blueberry Crumble
$11.99 | 4pk 16oz can
Koningshoeven La Trappe Tripel
$10.99 | 750ml
On Tour Oktoberfest Marzen
$9.99 | 4pk 16oz can
Phase Three Brave Noise Hazy Pale Ale
$10.99 | 4pk 16oz can
Pollyanna Lexical Gap IPA
$9.99 | 4pk 16oz can
Transient Hyper Drive DDH DIPA
$15.99 | 4pk 16oz can
Transient The Juice is Loose Hazy DIPA
$17.99 | 4pk 16oz can
Une Annee Abbey Tripel
$9.99 | 4pk 16oz can