BEAR FLAG WINES!
Every once in a while, I find a wine that I know I will love. When I saw and tasted these new wines, I liked them so much that I had an entire shipment sent to Hawaii. The best part about these wines, believe it or not, is the label on each bottle. They’re just so fun and not even close to the intimidating labels that you see on most wines these days. Similar to the labels, these wines (especially the new blended wines like Menage A Trois) are easy to enjoy for all wine drinkers, old and new. Take a look at the 4 terrific blends that they offer along with their cool labels:
Two are sweet enjoyable “sippers”
SOFT WHITE – A lucious blend of Muscat, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, and French Colombard.
SMOOTH RED – A soft and juicy blend of Tempranillo, Touriga, Zinfandel and Alicante Bouschet.
And the other two are drier “great with food” wines.
BRIGHT WHITE – A crisp and zesty blend starring Chenin Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, and Gewurtraminer.
DARK RED – A big and bold blend of Petite Sirah, Allicante Bouschet, Zinfandel, Petit Verdot and Tempranillo.
If you like Menage a Trois or Coppola Rosso, you’re gonna love these and the price is tough to beat.
Wine is fine this summer and Ed the Prince of Pau Hana has his top 5 summer wine picks for 2015.
Matua New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc
No wonder everyone talks about this wine. Matua is delicious and full of citrus fruits.
Perfect wine on a hot Hawaiian day. The crisp refreshing taste left me wanting more!
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
Ireland and Hawaii are over 7,000 miles away from each other, but based on the celebration of St. Patrick's Day on the islands, you would think they were much closer. It's always a special celebration for our team here at Foodland, considering our Irish roots with our founder Maurice "Sully" Sullivan.
We set out on our latest trip to California wine country with one goal in mind: find a new, outstanding, but very affordable wine that our customers will not only enjoy, but LOVE. The trip took us through the famous wine regions of Napa, Sonoma, and Central California, where we explored a variety of vineyards from the well-known and established to smaller, less recognizable, family-run operations.
The New Year is just around the corner and here are some helpful tips to ring in the New Year with nice glass of bubbly Champagne!
Pouring sparkling wine doesn't have to be complicated. First off, the best thing you can do for your bubbly is to keep it extremely cold. The colder it is, the more you are preserving the bubbles and the less messy it will be to open and pour.
Have you tried Wines that Rock? We introduced these wines at our Princeville location about three months ago, and as soon as we put them on the shelves, customers were picking up the bottles and even taking pictures with their favorite iconic rock albums featured on the labels.
We had heard the buzz about Skinnygirl® Margaritas a while back and several of our customers were even asking us about when we were going to start carrying this hot new low calorie ready to serve cocktail at Foodland.
Well, we brought in Skinnygirl® Margaritas late last year, and it surprised us in two ways: 1. How great it tasted for a so called "low calorie" beverage and 2. How hard it was to keep it on the shelves!
Cigar lovers can puff on premium cigars and enjoy fine spirits, wines and beers at our Ashton Cigars event on Saturday, June 9th at the Gentry Pacific Design Center. On hand will be special guest Chip Goldeen, Director of Sales Worldwide for Ashton.
All of us foodies that watch every Chef and Food show on the Food Network could not help but notice the new wine being talked about on the Food Network. Wente Winery and the Food Network have partnered together to craft a new wine called ENTWINE wine. The goal was to offer everyday wine for everyday people to enjoy with everyday food. No foo-foo fancy foods, and no wines that you need a second mortgage to purchase.