Langtry Estate & Vineyards
Langtry Estate and Vineyards is the producer of Guenoc and Langtry wines. This renown Vineyard is familiar to Hawaii and even produced a special run of exceptional quality wine to celebrate Ruth's Chris' 20th anniversary in Hawaii. We were very happy to get our hands on this great quality wine that tastes more like it would run $40 to $50 a bottle.
When we tasted these wines, we were blown away at the quality! These two bottles are the very best value in the mid price range for wines in our stores right now:
2006 Guenoc Valley Chardonnay
Lush, ripe peach and tropical with a wonderful long and spicy finish!
2005 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
From Mt. Veeder and Lewelling (Mayacama Mountain) - this Cabernet is excellent!
Big flavors of blackberry and dark chocolate, and a nice enjoyable supple finish!
We know you will love these wines. Come on by your local Foodland and pick some up today!
Looking for some awesome quality wines at super prices? Well, we are excited to share some info about these three wonderful favorites on sale this Friday, Sept. 26 through Sunday, Sept. 28 for just $11.99 a bottle.
Avalon Napa Cabernet
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Sure enough, if I close my eyes as I take a sip, I feel like I’m at my favorite pub in ... more »