While most people like to stick with a favorite varietal (cabernet, pinot noir, chardonnay), You may be missing out on some excellent wines that are blends of two, three, four even five varietals. So let’s talk about these…
If you like quiet and cold, you’ll love sleepy little Harwich Port in the winter. Yep, not much going on. We will use the next couple of months to clean and regroup for the busy summer season.
Jeff at Norabella is getting it done this season! Look below to see the menu planned for January 18th!
October Wine Sale & Mix-a-Six Pack of Craft Beer
With the fourth of July weekend (week?) here, summer time on Cape Cod is in full swing. The roads are jammed, the air is hazy, hot and humid and everybody is sporting a suntan or worse. Here in Harwich Port, Route 28 becomes its own little version of Disney World’s Main Street USA; people walking, […]
March bring us to a moment for enjoying a good beer or two. Of course the traditional Irish beers come to mind for St. Patrick’s Day but there are others especially if you want to try something a bit different. The next time you stop into Cranberry Liquors, check out our growing selection of regional […]
During my regular trip to the TD Bank in Harwich Port, I was pleasantly surprised by the recipe below. Maureen prepared this tasty spread for sampling today and it was great (Okay, I tried it four times). Prepare and chill this 2-3 hours before serving. Throw in a bottle of sauvignon blanc, and I think […]
Thanks to Jeff at Norabella’s and Dominic from Bertani Wines and Sterling from Ruby Wines, our distributor and coordinator for the wine dinner.
The food and wine were outstanding and paired very nicely. Dominic, in addition to talking us through wines from the northeast of Italy, brought an extra treat: A 31 year old bottle of Bertani Amarone for us all to taste and it was delicious! But I’m getting ahead of myself.
We are undertaking a bit of an experiment here in sleepy little Harwich Port: I had the pleasure of visiting The Family Pantry here in Harwich. After a complete tour courtesy of Mary Anderson, the Executive Director, I felt compelled to contribute in some way. Knowing I was not going to donate alcoholic beverages to […]
In a side-by-side comparison with one of my favorite bourbons, Gentleman Jack, the depth of flavor of the Noah’s Mill is readily apparent and far superior. While Gentleman Jack is a great top-shelf bourbon, it pales in comparison with Noah’s Mill.