New Products In-Store 3/6

New Products In-Store 3/6

Read Pemberton Farms’ weekly Tasting Report, where we tell you about new products we have tasted, loved and brought into the store…and what’s tasting good in the deli too.

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Libations:

Domaine Sauvete ‘Antea’ Malbec, Loire Valley, France
A deep, dark hue in the glass, with a wonderful whiff of dark chocolate, pepper and blackberry fruits. A rare, 100% Malbec from the heart of the Loire, which delivers all the muscular power of this great red grape along with a chiseled, spicy intensity pulled from the region’s chalky soils. A mouthful of sweet plums and black cherries lingers for some time on the palate. Rich, supple and deliciously satisfying. Organic $15.99 on the barrel in the wine department.

Domaine Clavel ‘Les Garrigues’, Languedoc, France
52% Syrah, 26% Mourvedre and 22% Grenache. The 2011 Domaine Clavel Les Garrigues has a funky yet exciting nose of barnyard, cherry, meat, scorched earth, and olive. These follow through on the palate with quite a bit of roasted coffee. It is smooth and very tasty. Organic $15.99 on the barrel in the wine department.

Ca’Momi Rosso & Bianco di Napa, California
Napa Valley wines that don’t cost a fortune are generally unheard of. I was a little skeptical when my rep came in with these but the wines are very well made and nicely balanced. I’d grab them up before they realize they can charge us a lot more money.Sustainable. $9.99 in the wood bins in the wine department.

Domaine des Deux Puits, Cotes Catalanes, France
100% Carignan. Deux Puits has magically brought about Carignan’s softer side (it can be a bit too tannic). Here it is well structured and tastes of fresh crushed blackberries. Has a fair amount of meatiness and a whole lot of depth. This is wonderful stuff perfect for hearty meals and for those who like a big hearty wine. Sustainable. $17.99 in the produce department.

Grocery:

Gluten free St. Patrick’s Day baked goods from Sammi’s Stuff.

Reid’s Oatie Bites from Scotland. Made with real butter. In Honey/Oatmeal and Maple/Pecan. $5.99/4.4oz in the cookie and cracker aisle

Health Warrior Chia Bars. Chocolate/Peanut Butter, Apple/Cinnamon, Coconut, Acai Berry. $1.99 behind the registers.

We Rub You Korean BBQ sauces. Original and Spicy @$6.49/15oz

Wild Italian Oregano. Comes as a bouquet that you shake for a little oregano at a time. $3.99 in the produce section.

Nando’s South Africa Hot Peri Peri Sauces. Hot, Medium, Garlic and Extra Hot. $4.49/4.7oz

Summerdown Pure Mint Chocolate Mint Crisps and Peppermint Creams. $11.99/200g, on the front table

Hogan’s Brothers Leprechaun’s Gold. New St. Patrick’s Day coffee flavor. $9.99/12oz on the front table.

And in the Deli —

Beef and Barley Stuffed Cabbage
Salmon Burgers
Fettuccine with Scallops in Cream and White Wine

By | 2017-04-06T01:01:07+00:00 March 12th, 2014|Featured Products, Uncategorized|0 Comments

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