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Have you had a chance to check out our Frozé (frozen rosé slushy) yet? It comes in three different flavors: Grapefruit, Strawberry & Blood Orange. Every Friday all Slushies (including the non alcoholic options) are $2 off! Its a perfect day to check them out! New Beers this Week! Resident Culture, Jungle Bird Colony, Sour Ale, 6%… – Brewed in collaboration with Odd Colony Brewing Company. A Sour Ale inspired by the Jungle Bird Cocktail. Made with Pineapple, Lime and Non-Alcoholic Campari. Maine Beer Company, Another One, IPA, 7% – Flavors of pineapple, mango, and guava, with notes of orange and grapefruit. undertones of earthy, woody pine. Fatty’s Beer Works, Lazy Hazy, NEIPA, 7.8% -New England style hazy IPA hopped with Mosaic and Citra. Edmund’s Oast, Leather Jacket, Porter, 6.5% – American Porter style, expressing round notes of earthy chocolate and oak, brought together with a touch of sweet caramel. Cascade & Centennial hops hint at citrus orchards in bloom. Rothaus, Pils, Bavarian Pilsner, 5.1% – The best aromatic hops from Tettnang and the Hallertau, local malt from spring barley and the purest spring water from the Black Forest give every Rothaus Pils Tannenzäpfle its uniquely spicy and fresh taste New Wines this Week!! La Cappuccina, Soave, Veneto Italy – Green apple and grass on the nose. Green apple at the front, lime in the middle, and oregano and parsley flavors rounding out the taste. Lovely, light acidity and good balance. Suggested Food Pairings: Shellfish, Appetizers & Snacks Antucura, Cabernet Franc, Mendoza, Argentina – This has attractive red-berry aromas with a thread of green pepper and fresh herbs on offer. The palate has a smooth-honed feel with supple, neatly balanced tannins. Suggested Pairings: Goat Cheese, Lamb, Pork Elouan, Chardonnay, Oregon – Mandarin Orange Slices candy aroma sets the tone for this wine—everything is rich and amplified. Other aromas, like ripe pear and spearmint, are more restrained. The apricot and banana-pudding flavors are flanked by traces of rosemary and sage. Suggested Food Pairings: Mushroom based dishes Oenops, Aplá (Απλά) Dry Rosé, Greece – Strawberry, blood orange, apricot, minerals and a touch of salinity. Suggested Food Pairings: Sea Food Mortellito, Tuttu, Rosso – Lots of Strawberry and red fruit notes with hints of anise & thyme, with a smooth finish. Suggested Food Pairings: Beef, Pasta Sip Through Time: Unraveling the Fascinating History of Wine in the USA From vineyards gracing the West Coast to historic cellars in the East, the history of wine in the United States is a rich tapestry of determination, innovation, and passion. Stretching back centuries, the story of American wine showcases a dynamic journey from humble beginnings to an internationally acclaimed industry. The earliest traces of wine in the USA date back to the 17th century when European settlers attempted to cultivate vineyards in the New World. Unfortunately, their efforts were met with challenges as they struggled to adapt to the unfamiliar climate and soil conditions. It wasn’t until the 18th century that viticulture found its footing when Spanish missionaries planted the first vineyards in present-day California. The 19th century marked a turning point for American wine as immigrants from wine-producing regions in Europe brought their expertise, leading to the establishment of vineyards in various states, including New York, Virginia, and Ohio. However, the burgeoning industry faced a significant setback with the onset of Prohibition in the 1920s, halting wine production and leaving a lasting impact on the wine culture. The revival of American wine began in the mid-20th century when a few pioneers recognized the potential of California’s climate for grape cultivation. Napa Valley and Sonoma County emerged as prominent wine regions, gaining global recognition for producing world-class wines. In the latter half of the 20th century and beyond, the American wine industry experienced exponential growth, witnessing an influx of boutique wineries and the rise of Oregon and Washington as notable wine-producing states. Today, the USA stands as the fourth-largest wine-producing country globally, boasting a diverse array of varietals and winemaking styles. As wine enthusiasts continue to explore new tastes and embrace local flavors, the history of wine in the USA remains an ever-evolving and captivating tale. From its humble origins to its present-day success, American winemakers continue to celebrate the spirit of innovation and passion that have shaped the nation’s enduring love affair with the noble grape. Did you know Buies Market is on Untappd? Follow us to keep up to date with all the beer at the market !!