Upcoming Events & St. Patrick’s Day Specials!

Our Annual Easter Pairing Class
Coming up this Sunday, March 20th, from 3-5pm!Featuring wines from Frederick Wildman Imports for pairing with your Easter brunch or dinner!
Easter brunch and dinner menu samplings will be prepared by Chef Christophe Jalbert of Aquidneck Meat & Provisions. Hope to see you there!
As always, reservations are required for our tasting classes – and there are only 35 spots available! Cost of attendance is $10, which may be applied toward any in-store purchase. Kindly call the store (401.846.7993), respond to this e-mail, or stop by to R.S.V.P.
Other Upcoming Events
We are thrilled to be taking part in these back-to-back events this weekend. Hope to see you!
Last event of the 2016 Viking Wine Festival:
Frog’s Leap Winery
Saturday, March 19th at 7pm
Follow this link for more information or to view the dinner menu.
Tasting at the Spiced Pear:
The Wines of Grgich Hill
Sunday, March 20th at 1pm
Follow this link for more information!
Get Ready for St. Patrick’s Day!
The parade may be behind us, but St. Patrick’s Day is still a few days away! We have everything you need for pairing with your corned beef and cabbage. Want beer? Take your pick from the following:
Guinness Stout (4pk) – $8.49
Guinness Extra (6pk) – $9.99
Guinness Nitro IPA (6pk) – $9.99
Murphy’s Stout (4pk) – $7.99
O’Hara’s Irish Stout (4pk) -$8.99
Smithwick’s Irish Ale (6pk) – $8.99
Magner’s Irish Cider (6pk) – $9.99
Newport Storm Spring Irish Red (6pk) – $9.99

Of course, we also have an extensive selection of Irish whiskey, including Jameson, Jameson 18-year, Red Breast, Powers, Bushmills, and more – including West Cork, bargain-priced at $18.99. If neither beer nor whiskey is your cup of tea, we’ve got popular Irish liqueurs and creams like Tullamore Dew, Celtic Crossing, and Bailey’s Irish Cream! Not sure you want to buy a whole bottle? Be sure to try the Paddy Devil’s Apple nips – at just 99c each, they’re a bargain! We also have smaller sizes of Jameson and Bailey’s.

And while Ireland is not known for its wine, we have plenty of wine produced by owners or wine makers of Irish descent, including John Callaghan’s own Gloria’s Old Vines & Cailin’s Cuvee.



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