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        1. Apr
          5
          Sun
          April Staff Picks Wine Tasting, Part II
          Apr 5 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

          Join us for our popular monthly “Staff Picks” series, where we choose 12 of our current favorite wines to share, 6 tasted on Saturday and 6 on Sunday, specially chosen to pair well with seasonal dishes and that present good value for the price. Save 10% on any purchases, or put together a mixed-or-matched case of 12 bottles for a 20% discount.

           

           

           

           

          Apr
          10
          Fri
          Hoppin’ Around; a Hop Comparison Tasting
          Apr 10 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
          Apr
          11
          Sat
          Ron del Barrilito Rums
          Apr 11 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
          Apr
          17
          Fri
          Croquet Beers
          Apr 17 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
          Apr
          18
          Sat
          McClintock Distilling
          Apr 18 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
          Apr
          24
          Fri
          DuClaw Beers
          Apr 24 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
          May
          2
          Sat
          May Staff Picks Wine Tasting
          May 2 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

           

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          Bisol Brut Prosecco Superiore, Valdobbiadene, Italy (Tim)

          This wine celebrates the tradition of this family that has been tending vines in Valdobbiadene since 1542.?Valdobbiadene is widely considered to be the premium location and the best vineyards for growing Glera, the grape that makes Prosecco.? “Crede” refers to the clay dominated soil.? This beautiful Prosecco is heady with wild flower aromatics, and elegant with notes of apple and pear on the persistent, rich finish. With 7g/l residual sugar, this sparkler straddles the border between dry and off-dry.

          Regular Price: $24.99

          Sale $19.99

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          Anton Bauer 2017 Berg Feuersbrunn Riesling (Andres)

          Anton Bauer is the fourth generation of his family to be running the estate, taking over from his parents after years of training in Burgundy and Lower Austria. He received the prestigious “Winemaker of the Year” award in 2017 by Falstafff. Located south of Feuersbrunn in the Wagram region of Austria, the Riesling grapes for this wine come from Ried Berg, a vineyard with soils dominated by slate, bedrock and granite, making for lean, minerally white wines. Featuring fresh stone fruit and mandarin notes and racy acidity, this is the perfect aperitif to serve on a warm spring evening or paired with a spicy meal. ?This wine has about 5g/L residual sugar, placing it in the upper end of the “dry” category.

          Regular Price: $21.99

          Mills Club Price: $19.79
          Case Price: $17.59

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          Cap Cette Picpoul de Pinet, Languedoc-Roussillon, France (Aron)

          From the beautiful sun drenched hillsides of the Mediterranean coast comes this refreshing white wine made from 100% Picpoul (or Piquepoul).? Featuring pretty grapefruit citrus notes and zesty acidity, yet an easy to drink round texture, this wine is an excellent spring evening sipper, but also is the perfect match for seafood and sushi.? Super value!

          Regular Price: $10.00

          Mills Club Price: $9.00
          Case Price: $8.00

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          Philippe Milan et Fils 2018 Bourgogne Chardonnay, France (Andrew)

          Situated in the hamlet of Valotte in Chassey-Le-Camp, the winery is run by Karl Milan, who took over the estate in 2001. Philippe Milan was Karl’s grandfather, who founded the winery in the 1950s.?Today the domaine consists of 27 acres spread across seven Burgundy AOCs.?? This 100% Chardonnay undergoes malolactic fermentation and then ages 10 months in barrel, mostly used, to maintain freshness and balance. Showing pretty ripe fruit notes, delicately subtle oak influence and a hint of citrus on the finish, this wine will pair nicely with seared scallops, salmon, or a buttery roasted chicken.

          Regular Price: $22.99

          Mills Club Price: $20.69

          Case Price $18.39

           

          Lone Birch 2019 Rosè, Yakima Valley, Washington (Jen & Jerry)

          Subtle floral aromatics are accompanied by refreshing strawberry, rhubarb and raspberry fruit notes in this round, dry (.7% residual sugar) rosè with a crisp finish, crafted from 83% Syrah and 17% Sangiovese, all estate-grown.?? The lone birch tree featured on the label does exist, and was planted by the great-great grandfather of the current proprietor.? His love of nature provides inspiration to the current generation, who strives to reduce their carbon footprint and utilizes sustainable farming practices.

          Regular Price: $14.99

          Sale Price: $11.99

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          St Cosme Little James Basket Vin de France, Rhone, France (Pat)

          Chateau de Saint Cosme is an excellent producer located in Gigondas, where they produce outstanding Gigondas and Chateauneuf-du-Pape wines. In contrast, this delightfully simple table wine is still delicious but a small fraction of the cost of the premier bottlings. Made from 100% Grenache, this wine utilizes the unique solera method, where each bottling contains 50% of the current harvest and 50% of the solera containing wine from each harvest over the last 20 years. This introduces depth and complexity to this wine that exudes cherry, strawberry and subtle spice, the palate soft and easy to drink.? Try with pizza or chili.

          Regular Price: $12.99

          Mills Club Price: $11.69
          Case Price: $10.39

           

          Serol 2018 Eclat de Granite Cote Roannaise, Loire Valley, France (Jen & Jerry)

          Stephane Serol and his wife Carine took over this 12 hectare estate in 1996, when they converted production to organic and biodynamic viticulture.?The Cote Roannaise AOP is located at the foothills of the Madeleine Mountains in the Loire Valley, boasting higher altitude and granitic soils, ideal for growing the Gamay grape.?This Gamay spends 7-10 months in cement tanks, seeing no oak.? With notes of strawberries, dark red cherries and just a hint of cranberry brightness and earth, the very soft and elegant mouthfeel makes this a red that can be enjoyed with fish, poultry, and pork. This could be a fun alternative to Pinot Noir if you are looking to try something new. Certified ORGANIC and BIODYNAMIC

          Regular Price: $21.99

          Mills Club Price: $19.79
          Case Price: $17.59

           

          1. Stuart 2017 “Big Fire” Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley, Oregon (Tim)

          Perpetually on the hunt for affordable Willamette Valley Pinots that still delivers, we found this bottling to fit the bill.? “R Stuart” is none other than Rob Stuart, Oregon wine pioneer Dick Erath’s former winemaker.? Featuring black tea, strawberries, forest floor and a touch of pepper, this shows subtle tannins and a round palate with soft acidity.?Enjoy with roasted chicken or grilled salmon.

          Regular $18.99

          Mills Club Price: $17.09
          Case Price: $15.19

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          Friends 2017 Red by Pedroncelli, Sonoma, California (Andres)

          This dry red blend from family owned Pedroncelli shows a firm core of dried cherry, blueberry, red plum and a touch of vanilla, with a sumptuous savory finish. A blend of Syrah, Merlot, Zinfandel and Petite Sirah, this is a great weeknight choice that will pair well with everything from meatloaf to barbecue ribs.

          Regular Price $13.99

          Mills Club $12.59

          Case Price $11.19

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          Skouras “Zoe” 2018 Agiorgitiko, Peloponnese, Greece (Andrew)

          A new addition to our Greece section, this wine by Skouras is comprised of 90% Aghiorgitiko and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. Fermentation and aging in stainless steel keeps it fresh and lively.? The nose features blackberry, plum, and violet notes, as well as dried herbs. The medium bodied palate has moderate acidity and smooth tannins. ?Try with grilled chicken and veggie skewers or lamb burgers.

          Regular Price: $14.99

          Mills Club Price: $13.49
          Case Price: $11.99

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          Vi?alba 2017 Malbec Reserva, Valle de Uco, Argentina (Aron)

          This 100% Malbec from Uco Valley is grown on vines in the foothills of mountain ranges, about 950m above sea level.? Vi?alba is a family-owned estate, run by husband and wife team Hervè and Diane Joyaux Fabre.? Hervè was born in Bordeaux and immigrated to Argentina in the early 1990s.? He also built Fabre Montmayou, a winery in Lujàn de Cuyo near Mendoza. This bold red spends 12 months in 60% French oak, showing bright berry fruit, blackcurrant, black plum and toasty vanilla oak notes. Rich with a smooth, long finish, this will be a wonderful pairing with grilled steaks.

          Regular Price: $19.99

          Mills Club Price: $17.99
          Case Price: $15.99

           

          Mossback 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon, Chalk Hill, California (Pat)

          “Mossback” is an old-time reference to farmers who are connected to the Earth.? Made from 76% Cabernet Sauvignon, 19% Merlot, and 5% Petite Sirah sourced from Chalk Hill in Sonoma, this bold red offers up dark chocolate, leather and cigar box aromas and black cherries, blackberries, leather, cedar and spice. Enjoy with grilled or roasted meats.

          Regular Price: $21.99

          Mills Club Price: $19.79
          Case Price: $17.59

           

           

           

           

          May Staff Picks Wine Tasting
          May 2 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

           

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          Bisol Brut Prosecco Superiore, Valdobbiadene, Italy (Tim)

          This wine celebrates the tradition of this family that has been tending vines in Valdobbiadene since 1542.?Valdobbiadene is widely considered to be the premium location and the best vineyards for growing Glera, the grape that makes Prosecco.? “Crede” refers to the clay dominated soil.? This beautiful Prosecco is heady with wild flower aromatics, and elegant with notes of apple and pear on the persistent, rich finish. With 7g/l residual sugar, this sparkler straddles the border between dry and off-dry.

          Regular Price: $24.99

          Sale $19.99

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          Anton Bauer 2017 Berg Feuersbrunn Riesling (Andres)

          Anton Bauer is the fourth generation of his family to be running the estate, taking over from his parents after years of training in Burgundy and Lower Austria. He received the prestigious “Winemaker of the Year” award in 2017 by Falstafff. Located south of Feuersbrunn in the Wagram region of Austria, the Riesling grapes for this wine come from Ried Berg, a vineyard with soils dominated by slate, bedrock and granite, making for lean, minerally white wines. Featuring fresh stone fruit and mandarin notes and racy acidity, this is the perfect aperitif to serve on a warm spring evening or paired with a spicy meal. ?This wine has about 5g/L residual sugar, placing it in the upper end of the “dry” category.

          Regular Price: $21.99

          Mills Club Price: $19.79
          Case Price: $17.59

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          Cap Cette Picpoul de Pinet, Languedoc-Roussillon, France (Aron)

          From the beautiful sun drenched hillsides of the Mediterranean coast comes this refreshing white wine made from 100% Picpoul (or Piquepoul).? Featuring pretty grapefruit citrus notes and zesty acidity, yet an easy to drink round texture, this wine is an excellent spring evening sipper, but also is the perfect match for seafood and sushi.? Super value!

          Regular Price: $10.00

          Mills Club Price: $9.00
          Case Price: $8.00

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          Philippe Milan et Fils 2018 Bourgogne Chardonnay, France (Andrew)

          Situated in the hamlet of Valotte in Chassey-Le-Camp, the winery is run by Karl Milan, who took over the estate in 2001. Philippe Milan was Karl’s grandfather, who founded the winery in the 1950s.?Today the domaine consists of 27 acres spread across seven Burgundy AOCs.?? This 100% Chardonnay undergoes malolactic fermentation and then ages 10 months in barrel, mostly used, to maintain freshness and balance. Showing pretty ripe fruit notes, delicately subtle oak influence and a hint of citrus on the finish, this wine will pair nicely with seared scallops, salmon, or a buttery roasted chicken.

          Regular Price: $22.99

          Mills Club Price: $20.69

          Case Price $18.39

           

          Lone Birch 2019 Rosè, Yakima Valley, Washington (Jen & Jerry)

          Subtle floral aromatics are accompanied by refreshing strawberry, rhubarb and raspberry fruit notes in this round, dry (.7% residual sugar) rosè with a crisp finish, crafted from 83% Syrah and 17% Sangiovese, all estate-grown.?? The lone birch tree featured on the label does exist, and was planted by the great-great grandfather of the current proprietor.? His love of nature provides inspiration to the current generation, who strives to reduce their carbon footprint and utilizes sustainable farming practices.

          Regular Price: $14.99

          Sale Price: $11.99

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          St Cosme Little James Basket Vin de France, Rhone, France (Pat)

          Chateau de Saint Cosme is an excellent producer located in Gigondas, where they produce outstanding Gigondas and Chateauneuf-du-Pape wines. In contrast, this delightfully simple table wine is still delicious but a small fraction of the cost of the premier bottlings. Made from 100% Grenache, this wine utilizes the unique solera method, where each bottling contains 50% of the current harvest and 50% of the solera containing wine from each harvest over the last 20 years. This introduces depth and complexity to this wine that exudes cherry, strawberry and subtle spice, the palate soft and easy to drink.? Try with pizza or chili.

          Regular Price: $12.99

          Mills Club Price: $11.69
          Case Price: $10.39

           

          Serol 2018 Eclat de Granite Cote Roannaise, Loire Valley, France (Jen & Jerry)

          Stephane Serol and his wife Carine took over this 12 hectare estate in 1996, when they converted production to organic and biodynamic viticulture.?The Cote Roannaise AOP is located at the foothills of the Madeleine Mountains in the Loire Valley, boasting higher altitude and granitic soils, ideal for growing the Gamay grape.?This Gamay spends 7-10 months in cement tanks, seeing no oak.? With notes of strawberries, dark red cherries and just a hint of cranberry brightness and earth, the very soft and elegant mouthfeel makes this a red that can be enjoyed with fish, poultry, and pork. This could be a fun alternative to Pinot Noir if you are looking to try something new. Certified ORGANIC and BIODYNAMIC

          Regular Price: $21.99

          Mills Club Price: $19.79
          Case Price: $17.59

           

          1. Stuart 2017 “Big Fire” Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley, Oregon (Tim)

          Perpetually on the hunt for affordable Willamette Valley Pinots that still delivers, we found this bottling to fit the bill.? “R Stuart” is none other than Rob Stuart, Oregon wine pioneer Dick Erath’s former winemaker.? Featuring black tea, strawberries, forest floor and a touch of pepper, this shows subtle tannins and a round palate with soft acidity.?Enjoy with roasted chicken or grilled salmon.

          Regular $18.99

          Mills Club Price: $17.09
          Case Price: $15.19

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          Friends 2017 Red by Pedroncelli, Sonoma, California (Andres)

          This dry red blend from family owned Pedroncelli shows a firm core of dried cherry, blueberry, red plum and a touch of vanilla, with a sumptuous savory finish. A blend of Syrah, Merlot, Zinfandel and Petite Sirah, this is a great weeknight choice that will pair well with everything from meatloaf to barbecue ribs.

          Regular Price $13.99

          Mills Club $12.59

          Case Price $11.19

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          Skouras “Zoe” 2018 Agiorgitiko, Peloponnese, Greece (Andrew)

          A new addition to our Greece section, this wine by Skouras is comprised of 90% Aghiorgitiko and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. Fermentation and aging in stainless steel keeps it fresh and lively.? The nose features blackberry, plum, and violet notes, as well as dried herbs. The medium bodied palate has moderate acidity and smooth tannins. ?Try with grilled chicken and veggie skewers or lamb burgers.

          Regular Price: $14.99

          Mills Club Price: $13.49
          Case Price: $11.99

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          Vi?alba 2017 Malbec Reserva, Valle de Uco, Argentina (Aron)

          This 100% Malbec from Uco Valley is grown on vines in the foothills of mountain ranges, about 950m above sea level.? Vi?alba is a family-owned estate, run by husband and wife team Hervè and Diane Joyaux Fabre.? Hervè was born in Bordeaux and immigrated to Argentina in the early 1990s.? He also built Fabre Montmayou, a winery in Lujàn de Cuyo near Mendoza. This bold red spends 12 months in 60% French oak, showing bright berry fruit, blackcurrant, black plum and toasty vanilla oak notes. Rich with a smooth, long finish, this will be a wonderful pairing with grilled steaks.

          Regular Price: $19.99

          Mills Club Price: $17.99
          Case Price: $15.99

           

          Mossback 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon, Chalk Hill, California (Pat)

          “Mossback” is an old-time reference to farmers who are connected to the Earth.? Made from 76% Cabernet Sauvignon, 19% Merlot, and 5% Petite Sirah sourced from Chalk Hill in Sonoma, this bold red offers up dark chocolate, leather and cigar box aromas and black cherries, blackberries, leather, cedar and spice. Enjoy with grilled or roasted meats.

          Regular Price: $21.99

          Mills Club Price: $19.79
          Case Price: $17.59

           

           

           

           

          Jun
          6
          Sat
          June Staff Picks Wines
          Jun 6 all-day

          Check out our monthly “Staff Picks” wines, where we choose 12 of our current favorite wines, specially chosen to pair well with seasonal dishes and that present good value for the price. Save 10% on any purchases, or put together a mixed-or-matched case of 12 bottles for a 20% discount.

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          Abellio 2018 Albari?o, Rias Baixas, Spain (Tim)

          Featuring vibrant, zippy citrus freshness and notes of peach and pear, this white wine from the coastal Rias Baixas region of Spain is lovely served with salads, fresh seafood, or tapas.? This is a great alternative to Sauvignon Blanc if you are looking to try something new! Rated 90pts James Suckling.

          Regular Price: $13.99

          Mills Club: $12.59

          Case $11.19

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          Domaine du Colombier 2018 Chablis, Burgundy, France (Andres)

          Enjoy this lean, minerally Chardonnay from Chablis, a region blessed with characteristic Kimmeridgian soil, which provides structure, minerality, and salinity. This Chablis is a relatively affordable version, striking an elegant balance between fruit and stoniness. Enjoy with oysters and other shellfish, cheeses, and seafood.

          Regular Price: $19.99

          Mills Club Price: $17.99
          Case Price: $15.99

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          Short Street 2018 Chenin Blanc, Swartland, South Africa (Aron)

          Short Street was named for its location on the shortest street in Riebeek Valley. Peach and pineapple notes are balanced by acidity, making this Chenin Blanc fresh and dry.? A rich and creamy mouthfeel makes this a wonderful pairing with spicy foods like curry or sushi.

          Regular Price: $13.99

          Mills Club Price: $12.59
          Case Price: $11.19

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          Shalauri 2018 Rkatsiteli-Mtsvane, Republic of Georgia (Andrew)

          Although not certified organic, this wine is quite naturally made, without any industrial yeast or additives and bottled unfined, unfiltered and using minimal sulfites. Made from indigenous grapes Rkatsiteli and Mtsvane Kakhuri, the wine is fermented and aged in kvevris (traditional clay pots) that have been used for centuries in this ancient winemaking culture.? This is an orange wine, a dry wine that takes its color from contact with the grape skins giving it an amber hue.

          Regular Price: $19.99

          Mills Club Price: $17.99

          Case Price $15.99

           

          Paul Direder Paul D. 2019 Rosè, Wagram, Austria (Jen & Jerry)

          Try a bottle of this dry but juicy rosè made from the Zweigelt grape.? Exuding freshness and notes of raspberry, pomegranate and wild berry on the nose, the palate senses strawberry and red currant notes with good acidity. This is a great aperitif, but has enough body to stand up to grilled chicken and vegetables.

          Regular Price: $12.99/1L bottle

          Sale Price: $10.39

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          Biggio Hamina 2017 Biha Pinot Noir, Eola-Amity Hills, Oregon (Pat)

          Eola-Amity hills enjoys largely volcanic basalt from ancient lava flows with a marine sedimentary soil layer.? The beds are shallow, rocky, and well-drained, making for small, intensely concentrated grapes. The positioning in a break in Coast Mountain Range allows cool ocean winds, allowing late afternoon temperature drops. Todd Biggio of Biggio Hamina likes to make minimal intervention wines…you might find some sediment at the bottom of the bottle and this is by design. He likes to make wines that are still “living”, and therefore eschews the use of filtering, glycols, or temperature controls. ?This elegant Pinot Noir features vibrant cherry fruit, cinnamon, herb and a gentle whisper of French oak.? Try with grilled chicken or salmon.

          Regular Price: $24.99

          Mills Club Price: $22.49
          Case Price: $19.99

           

          Mas des Capitelles 2018 Faugeres VV, Languedoc-Roussillon, France (Jen & Jerry)

          From the appellation of Faugeres in the Languedoc-Roussillon of Southern France comes this blend of 50% Mourvedre, 25% Carignan and 25% Syrah. Owner Jean Laugè purchased the property in 1999, but his family has been involved in winemaking for 10 generations.? This brooding red features ripe cherry and black currant notes, leather and black olive, and a spicy, peppery finish. Good structure and ripe tannins make this an ideal pairing with grilled lamb chops or beef. Certified ORGANIC.

          Regular Price: $19.99

          Mills Club Price: $17.99
          Case Price: $15.99

           

          Tenuta Toscante 2017 Ghiaia Nera Mascalese, Sicily, Italy (Tim)

          Located in the northeast coast of Sicily, Mount Etna is the tallest and most active volcano in Europe.? The volcanic soils here make for great winemaking, including Tasca’s Etna Tascante project.? This alluring red made from the Nerello Mascalese grape is medium-bodied, showing wild cherry and blue flower notes with a minerally undercurrent. Aged in large oak barrels, it is still fresh and energetic. Look to the dishes of Sicily for food inspiration; sardines and other oily fish, or pork served with Mediterranean vegetables like eggplant, capers, and wild mushrooms. Rated 91pts RP.

          Regular $21.99

          Mills Club Price: $19.79
          Case Price: $17.59

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          Balius 2018 Merlot, Sonoma Coast, California (Andres)

          Balius was one of Achilles two immortal horses, a heroic figure of Greek legend.? Made from Sonoma fruit, this is 100% Merlot aged in a combination of stainless steel and French oak for 18 months.? The result is a red with a rich, velvety mouthfeel, showing elegant black cherry and blackberry notes with a hint of spice.?? Merlot is still relatively unpopular compared to Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir, maligned by the movie “Sideways” in 2004.? What this means is you can generally find some great values in the Merlot aisle! This will pair nicely with grilled steaks or flavorful cheeses such as blue cheese, aged cheddar, or gorgonzola.

          Regular Price $15.99

          Mills Club $14.39

          Case Price $12.79

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          Maison Brotte Grand Vallon 2018 Syrah, France (Andrew)

          We’ve been fans of the Charles Brotte wines for a good while, enjoying their value priced Cotes-du-Rhone and Chateauneuf-du-Pape very much. We recently discovered their super-value Syrah that overperforms for the price. A bolder red with ripe fruit and spice notes, this tasty wine will match well with cheeseburgers, spicy sausages or grilled Portobello, and won’t break the bank while doing it!

          Regular Price: $10.00

          Mills Club Price: $9.00
          Case Price: $8.00

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          Zuccardi 2018 Series A Malbec, Valle de Uco, Argentina (Aron)

          This Malbec favors freshness over heavy oak, with 10 months in French oak allowing the varietal character to show through as well as the terroir of Uco Valley.? Dark berries, spice and hints of herb shine in this pure and supple medium-bodied red, which will be a wonderful pairing with grilled steaks and vegetables.? Rated 91pts RP.

          Regular Price: $16.99

          Mills Club Price: $15.29
          Case Price: $13.59

           

          Requiem 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley, Washington (Pat)

          This is a 100% Cabernet Sauvignon sourced from six sites in Columbia Valley including from Walla Walla, Horse Heavan Hills, and Red Mountain.?The parts are vinified separately, then blended to get the best combination of purity of fruit and complexity before aging 20 months in 40% new oak. This bold red expresses generous blackberry and black currant fruit notes and a core of vibrant acidity. Enjoy with grilled or smoked ribs or steaks.

          Regular Price: $24.99

          Mills Club Price: $22.49
          Case Price: $19.99

           

           

           

           

          Jun
          12
          Fri
          Atlas Brewing
          Jun 12 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
          Jul
          4
          Sat
          July Staff Picks Wines
          Jul 4 all-day

          Check out our monthly “Staff Picks” wines, where we choose 12 of our current favorite wines, specially chosen to pair well with seasonal dishes and that present good value for the price. Save 10% on any purchases, or put together a mixed-or-matched case of 12 bottles for a 20% discount.

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          Montinore NV Borealis, Willamette Valley, Oregon (Jen & Jerry)

          Try this delicious white blend of grapes that commonly fare well in northern regions: 35% Muller-Thurgau, 29% Gewurztraminer, 24% Riesling and 12% Pinot Gris.? The perfect summer sipping wine, this exudes scents of orange blossom, ripe honeydew, guava and kiwi while the round palate is full with flavors of stone fruits, lemons and pear.? Clean, bright, and refreshing and at 1.6% residual sugar still quite dry. Certified Organic.

          Regular Price: $15.99

          Mills Club: $14.39

          Case $12.79

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          Domaine des Cassagnoles 2019 Cotes de Gascogne, France (Andres)

          A striking example of absolutely delicious yet super affordable wine, this white is comprised of 40% Columbard, 45% Ugni Blanc and 15% Gros Manseng, aged in stainless steel on its lees. This is a dry white, crisp and tart, featuring fresh grapefruit, lemon zest and citrus blossom notes.? This is an excellent aperitif but also can be enjoyed with salads with bright vinaigrette dressing or seafood prepared with a citrus-based sauce.

          Regular Price: $10.99

          Mills Club Price: $9.59
          Case Price: $8.79

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          Schmitt Sohne Piesporter Michelsberg Kabinett, Germany (Aron)

          Piesporter is made near the village of Piesport on the north bank of the Mosel River, an area known for slate soil and steep vineyards with good drainage. This light-to-medium bodied wine features a fruity palate with peach and apple aromas and flavors and crisp acidity. Enjoy this moderately sweet wine well-chilled with a variety of cheeses, sushi, or spicy gazpacho.

          Regular Price: $12.99

          Mills Club Price: $11.69
          Case Price: $10.39

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          Pierre Prieur 2018 Sancerre, Loire Valley, France (Pat)

          This domaine is still operated by the Prieur family after generations of winemaking in Sancerre, with 12 hectares planted to Sauvignon Blanc and 5 to Pinot Noir. The grapes are sourced from three different terroir: Terres Blanches, chalk-clay providing richness and body, Caillotes, pebbly chalk providing fruitiness, and Silex, flint which gives verve and minerality. This 100% Sauvignon Blanc shows fresh citrus fruit notes, vivacious in the mouth with a grounding minerally and just a touch saline finish.? Try with oysters, crab, shrimp, or even heartier grilled fish such as sea bass.

          Regular Price: $24.99

          Mills Club Price: $22.49

          Case Price $19.99

           

          Do Ferreiro 2017 Albari?o, Rias Baixas, Spain (Tim)

          Founded in 1973, Do Ferreiro is run by Gerardo Mèndez and his son Manuel. They farm 175 plots of Albari?o in the best sub-zone of Salnès, a valley that enjoys proximity to the ocean as well as protection by mountain ranges.? Using indigenous yeasts and organic farming methods (they are not certified organic), their wines are clean and ageworthy. This white has great concentration and complexity, showing floral and citrus notes and a saline component. Good acidity makes this a wonderful pairing with grilled pork or chicken dishes. Rated 92+pts Robert Parker.

          Regular Price: $29.99

          Mills Club Price $26.99

          Case Price: $23.99

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          Palagetto 2019 Vernaccia di San Gimignano, Italy (Andrew)

          From the heart of Tuscany just north of Siena comes this lovely white wine made from the Vernaccia grape. Mentioned in poems by Dante as far back as the 13thcentury, this is an ancient varietal that has been enjoyed by Tuscans for centuries. This dry white is fruity and floral, bright, vivacious and crisp with a touch of almond on the finish.?Try with pasta with pesto, or grilled fish with lemon and Mediterranean herbs.

          Regular Price: $12.99

          Mills Club Price: $11.69
          Case Price: $10.39

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          Berthier 2019 L’Instant Rosè of Pinot Noir, Loire Valley, France (Andrew)

          Berthier is an excellent Sancerre producer in the Loire Valley run by brothers Clement and Florian Berthier.? This is a wonderfully affordable example of their work, a dry rosè made from Pinot Noir grapes.? Engaging with aromas of raspberry and strawberry, this wine is refreshing and supple, achieving a perfect balance between fruit and mineral.? Enjoy with grilled pizza, seafood or salads.

          Regular Price: $14.99

          Mills Club Price: $13.49
          Case Price: $11.99

           

           

          Maysara 3 degrees 2017 Pinot Noir, McMinnville, Oregon (Tim)

          Try this newly arrived elegant Oregon Pinot Noir from the McMinnville AVA in the Willamette Valley.? Maysara’s unique location in the foothills of Oregon’s coastal range provides wamer days and cooler nights, setting the stage for excellent Pinot Noir making. Complex with notes of fresh earth, herbs and pepper, this is supple with bright, silky smooth tannins. Enjoy with curry dishes, or grilled salmon, pork tenderloin or mushrooms. Rated 91pts James Suckling. Certified Biodynamic.

          Regular $22.99

          Mills Club Price: $20.69
          Case Price: $18.39

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          Bookwalter NV13 Notebook Red, Columbia Valley, Washington (Andres)

          Bookwalter is a favorite Columbia Valley producer, known for their excellent Cabernet Sauvignon. This iteration is actually a red blend made up of 65% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Syrah, 12% Malbec, 2% Petit Verdot and 1% Mourvedre from multiple different vintages, this batch their 13th?of nonvintage Notebook. Featuring warm black cherry fruit and medium tannins, this would be an ideal pairing with grilled skirt steak or smoked ribs.

          Regular Price $17.99

          Mills Club $16.19

          Case Price $14.39

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          Chateau Birè 2016 Bordeaux Superieur, France (Aron)

          Many people think of Bordeaux as a winter wine, but the lighter Bordeaux Superieur can be an excellent choice for summertime dining.? A blend of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon from the stellar 2016 Bordeaux harvest, this medium/light red shows dark plum and cassis notes, and would nicely compliment grilled burgers, beef tacos or grilled lamb chops. Serve with a slight chill (pop in refrigerator for 20 minutes before serving).

          Regular Price: $10.99

          Mills Club Price: $9.59
          Case Price: $8.79

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          Canalicchio di Sopra 2017 Rosso di Montalcino, Tuscany, Italy (Jen & Jerry)

          Canalicchio di Sopra is a celebrated Brunello producer! This is an affordable peek into their winemaking prowess, a Rosso made from their younger vines.?Made from 100% Sangiovese and aged 12 months in a combination of Slavonian and French oak, this shows ripe blackberry, forest floor, and a touch of eucalyptus on the nose, while the palate offers juicy black cherry and plum notes with supple tannins.? Serve with grilled sausages or steaks.

          Regular Price: $39.99

          Mills Club Price: $35.99
          Case Price: $31.99

           

          Treana 2018 Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon, California (Pat)

          This bold Cab shows all the classic trademarks of Paso Robles wines: rich, ripe, developed fruit notes and good structure.? The name “Treana” is from the trinity of the sun, soil, and ocean, the building blocks of winemaking for the Hope family, who moved to Paso Robles 40 years ago. Made with 93% Cabernet Sauvignon, 4% Petite Sirah and 3% Merlot all sourced from local growers, this shows aromas of coffee, leather and dark fruit, while vanilla, black pepper and plum delight the palate.?Medium tannins call for food pairings like grilled beef or lamb.

          Regular Price: $31.99

          Mills Club Price: $28.79
          Case Price: $25.29

           

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          Check out our monthly “Staff Picks” wines, where we choose 12 of our current favorite wines, specially chosen to pair well with seasonal dishes and that present good value for the price. Save 10% on any purchases, or put together a mixed-or-matched case of 12 bottles for a 20% discount.

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          Tanzanite Brut NV Method Cap Classique, Western Cape, South Africa (Aron)

          Winemaker Melanie van der Merwe made sparking wine for 11 years at Distell before starting her own label here. Made from 80% Chardonnay and 20% Pinot Noir aged 2 years on the lees, this sparkling wine exhibits green apple, citrus blossom, flinty, nutty and creamy notes, along with beautiful brioche tones on the nose. Dry, well-structured, and with a subtly spiced long finish, this has all the beauty of a fine Champagne for a fraction of the price. Rated 90pts RP.

          Regular Price: $32.99

          Mills Club: $29.69

          Case $26.39

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          Colosi 2018 Bianco IGT, Sicily, Italy (Pat)

          Made from 50% Inzolia and 50% Catarratto, this dry white gives off bright notes of citrus, peach and sea salt.? Grown on the small volcanic island of Salina just off the northeast coast of Sicily, this is an excellent aperitif but also can be enjoyed with salads with bright vinaigrette dressing or seafood prepared with a citrus-based sauce.

          Regular Price: $12.99

          Mills Club Price: $11.69
          Case Price: $10.39

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          Patricia Raquin 2018 Chablis Vielles Vignes, France (Jen & Jerry)

          The dogs on the label are Borzoi, Russian Wolfhounds that Alain and Patricia Raquin lovingly raise in Savigny-les-Beaunes. This 100% Chardonnay is grown in Kimmeridgian soil, and the wine is aged in 500 liter barrels for 5 months.? Fresh and minerally with subtle notes of white flower and vanilla, this has classic Chablis flavor profile. Enjoy with crab cakes, lobster, or scallops.

          Regular Price: $27.99

          Mills Club Price: $25.19
          Case Price: $22.39

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          Cellers Unio 2018 Clos Dalian Garnacha Blanca, Terra Alta, Spain (Tim)

          Featuring ripe white fruit and mineral notes, this affordable dry white wine from Montsant is crisp, creamy and smooth on the palate.? Use as an aperitif, or enjoy with simple grilled chicken or fish preparations.

          Regular Price: $10.00

          Mills Club Price: $9.00

          Case Price $8.00

           

          Anima Negra 2018 “Quibia”, Falanis, Spain (Andrew)

          Quibia, a word that describes a worry-free state of mind in the winemakers’ native Mallorca, is the inspiration behind this wine.? This dry white is made from indigenous Callet, Premsal, and Giro Ros grapes fermented in stainless steel and aged four months on the lees.? This is a fresh, round wine exuding peach, jasmine and pear with light acidity and subtle notes of mineral and sea brine.? Try with seafood paella, scallops, or gazpacho. Rated 91pts Robert Parker.

          Regular Price: $19.99

          Sale Price: $15.99

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          Jose Maria da Fonseca Twin Vines Vinho Verde, Portugal (Aron)

          From the Northwest region of Portugal and made with a kitchen sink of indigenous grapes, this slightly effervescent white wine is crisp, light and refreshing with vibrant acidity, the perfect antidote to the oppressive August heat. Vinho Verde, or “green wine”, refers to the youthfulness of the wine. The name twin vines comes from twin daughters Francisca and Matilde born in 2007, the eighth generation of the family to grow up in the Fonseca family winemaking tradition.

          Regular Price: $10.00

          Mills Club Price: $9.00
          Case Price: $8.00

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          Laird 2017 Cold Creek Chardonnay, California (Andres)

          Laird’s Cold Creek Chardonnay is grown in the slightly cooler microclimate of the Sonoma side of the Los Carneros district to the west, where thick fog and cool marine winds protect the grapes.?These are Burgundy clones 15 and 95, they undergo 50% malolactic fermentation, and aging takes place for 11 months in French oak (25% new).? Enjoy an intensely creamy palate with notes of pear and lemon curd, the finish long and powerful.? Rated 92pts Wine Spectator.

          Regular Price: $29.99

          Mills Club Price: $26.99
          Case Price: $23.99

           

          Domaine Les Fouques 2019 Cuvee de l’Aubigue Rosè, Provence, France (Andres)

          Yves Gros and family have been farming Domaine les Fouques biodynamically since 1991, where they also raise ducks, geese, guinea hen and sheep in a valley just a few miles north of the Mediterranean Sea.? The vines grow on hillsides below the forests where wild boar roam freely, and eucalyptus, lavender and pine grow all around. Made from 50% Grenache, 31% Cinsault, 11% Syrah, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon and 3% Rolle, this dry rosè is fresh and energetic, offering citrus and red berry aromatics and juicy tangerine and raspberry flavors. This is a harmonious wine, reflecting the harmony of the farm where it was grown and made. Small production! Certified Biodynamic.

          Regular $21.99

          Mills Club Price: $19.79
          Case Price: $17.59

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          Vigneti del Sole 2018 Montepulciano d’Abruzzo (Pat)

          This juicy red wine shows pretty notes of cherry, strawberry and spice.?Mouthwatering acidity makes it the perfect companion to pizza, caprese salad, or pasta with simple tomato sauce.

          Regular Price $11.99

          Mills Club $10.79

          Case Price $9.59

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          Roche de Bellene 2018 Borgogne Pinot Noir Cuvee Reserve, France (Jen & Jerry)

          Roche de Bellene is the negociant arm of Nicolas Potel, a well-respected Burgundy winemaker.? This 100% Pinot Noir comes from vineyards in both Cote de Beaune and Cote Chalonnaise, and is mostly (80%) matured in barriques.? This is a lovely and elegant red for summertime, featuring soft notes of raspberry, cherry and pomegranate and silky smooth texture. Serve with a slight chill with grilled pork or chicken.

          Regular Price: $24.99

          Mills Club Price: $22.49
          Case Price: $19.99

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          Paring 2015 Red, California (Tim)

          This is mostly Cabernet Sauvignon with smaller parts Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Petit Verdot added, all from declassified Jonata lots (Jonata is part of the same ownership team of the famous Screaming Eagle).? This shows blackberry, blackcurrants, graphite and crushed rocks, lots of structure and a full-bodied palate. Enjoy with grilled steaks! Rated 92pts Wine Enthusiast.

          Regular Price: $29.99

          Mills Club Price: $26.99
          Case Price: $23.99

           

          Casas Patronales 2019 Carmenere, Chile (Andrew)

          Made from the Carmenere grape in the Maule Valley of Chile, this red features cherry, cassis, plum, tobacco and spice notes, and at this price is the perfect weeknight wine. Try with grilled burgers or beef tacos!

          Regular Price: $10.00

          Mills Club Price: $9.00
          Case Price: $8.00

           

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