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Our Journey

Delicious wines to delight your senses

Delicious wines to delight your senses

We love wine almost as much as we love great craft beer.  That is part of the reason we chose to incorporate a wine tasting room into our brewery here in West Palm Beach.  We want to bring the love of great, premium quality wines to the West Palm Beach scene and we’ve taken a lot of steps to do exactly that! Exclusive Napa wines and great quality One of the steps we took was to enter into an exclusive contract with Pankauski Wine Cellars.  This has allowed us the opportunity to bring some of the best wines in Napa […]

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Mar 14, 2018

Our Journey

Wines we love but don’t often see

Wines we love but don’t often see

There are plenty of wines we love out there.  From big, bold reds to the more delicate and delicious whites and roses, the list is simply endless.  However, today we’d like to focus on a wine that is not often seen or talked about.  Gruner Veltliner is an absolutely amazing varietal that seems to have escaped the notice of many wine lovers here in the United States and we’d like to change that! 2015 was a great year for Gruner Veltliner! Laurenz V and Sophie had an amazing year for Gruner Veltliner and we had the opportunity to taste that vintage […]

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Feb 26, 2018

Our Journey

Wine and health go together!

Wine and health go together!

It is no secret that wine has been connected to healthy living for centuries.  Even in today’s modern medical journals, professionals openly admit that a glass of wine is beneficial to your health.  That is why it is a great idea to stop in and check out some of the lovely wines available in our tasting room!  After all, what better place to debate the connection between wine and health than the very place great wines can be found? Connecting wine and health is not a stretch for anyone It has long been known that a glass of red wine […]

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Feb 2, 2018

Our Journey

Wines from the Tasting Room are great!

Wines from the Tasting Room are great!

Do you love wine?  How about premium wines from Napa?  What if we told you that you could find wines here that you won’t find anywhere else in the country?  We bet you’d want to come on in and see what we’re talking about.  If that’s the case, then head over to West Palm Beach Brewery and check out our great Tasting Room! Exclusive Napa Wines at a great price While our brewery does focus on creating outstanding classic craft beer styles, we also love wine.  We’ve entered into an exclusive contract with Pankauski Wine Cellars that ensures we are […]

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Feb 1, 2018

Wine

Corks or Caps

Corks or Caps

Though most commonly recognized as the best choice in closures for bottled wine, the great debate between corks and screw caps is not as black and white as you might think. Take a few minutes to understand the pros and cons of both traditional corks and metal or plastic screw caps, also known as Stelvin closures. Traditional Corks: Because they come from a tree, traditional corks are technically a renewable source, but it should be noted that cork trees take time to mature and are a limited source. The cost of a well made cork is usually about 50 cents, […]

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Nov 10, 2017

Wine

Let’s Talk Tannins…

Let’s Talk Tannins…

If you’ve ever been to a wine tasting you’ve probably heard a sommelier, bartender or wine steward talk about tannins. Some of us may understand tannins, some might have an idea of what tannins are and others are completely lost on the subject. Don’t stress! and don’t feel silly, unless you’ve taken a little bit of time to actually study wine tannins, it can be a difficult topic to understand. So lets breakdown what tannins are, where they come from, and what they taste like. What are they? Tannins are naturally occurring polyphenols found in all kinds of plants, leaves, […]

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Nov 9, 2017

Wine

All About Oak…

All About Oak…

What do oak barrels do? Before wine was commonly bottled, oak barrels were the preferred way to store, serve and transport wine. Although we no longer use oak barrels that way, the flavors and compounds they help develop in our wine is something we have grown to love. Barrel aging wine does 3 important things to our wine.. Imparts aromas like sweet tobacco, vanilla, clove and coconut Oxygenates the wine which helps make the it smoother and less astringent Creates an ideal environment for MLF (Malolactic Fermentation), which makes wine taste “creamier” It should be noted that the larger the […]

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Nov 7, 2017

Wine

A Quick Lesson In Wine Pairing

A Quick Lesson In Wine Pairing

Enhance or Balance Generally speaking, when paring food and wine you want to do one of two things. Either compliment flavors and create balance through opposite compounds OR enhance flavors by playing up shared compounds in the food and wine. Sugar & Spice (and Salt!) When looking for a wine to pair with spicy food try something on the sweeter side. One of the most well known food and wine pairings is spicy Indian or Chinese food and sweet Riesling. The spices, salt and warmth in these dishes plays well with a light sweet wine, something like a Cab or […]

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Nov 7, 2017

Wine

Rosé All Day!

Rosé All Day!

Those of us who love Rosé know what a treasure this amazing style of wine can be. The perfect amount of acidity, slight sweetness and crisp refreshing bite are exactly what you crave on a warm sunny day. Rosé is still the fastest growing wine category in the United States, United Kingdom, New Zealand, South Africa, Australia and Hong Kong.  So lets take a quick look at these three affordable rosé styles and regions.  Provence Rosé Varietals: Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault, Mourvèdre Taste: Dry, Cherry, Tart Raspberry, Orange Peel, Stone Fruit Price: $12 – $20+ The south of France is one of […]

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Nov 3, 2017

Wine

Howell Mountain… Napa’s First Sub-AVA

Known for its beautiful hillside vineyards and stunning views, Howell Mountain is one of Naps’s northern treasures. Designated in 1983 at Napa’s first sub-appellation, it is now one of the thirty plus sub-apellations in the valley. Prior to prohibition, the region was known for its Zinfandel grapes but by the end of the century Cabernet Sauvignon grapes were predominately planted in the area. Now know for its Bordeaux varietals and smokey fruit forwards Cabs, Howell Mountain’s ideal sun exposure, rocky well drained soil and temperate climate make it one of the most ideal grape planting areas in the Napa Valley.  […]

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Nov 3, 2017

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