Monthly Archives: August 2010

Play like Monty Hall from the Price is Right This Week at Wolfe’s Wine Shoppe




The wines listed below will have a price next to them and an amount of bottles in stock.  Make Jeffrey an offer with a $ amount to take some or all the inventory of a specific wine and see where it goes…. he will entertain any and all offers… …..there are some amazing wines on this list that will not last long.  You have to be present to make the offer and we will not hold the wines for later payment and all sales are final…..check this out..!  The “Price is Right” will last from Tuesday till the Holiday on Monday or till the product is gone which ever comes first.  Grab some of these beauties while they are still here.


Lurton Pinot Gris Valle de Uco, Argentina 2009 $12.00  3btls available

Tapiz Sauvignon Blanc Valle de Uco Vineyard, Argentina 2008 $14.50  13btls available

F. Giachino Vin de Savoie Abymes Tradition 2006 $13.00  4btls available

Sitios de Bodega “Con Class” Verdejo, Rueda 2007 $14.00  6btls available

Jardin Chardonnay, Stellenbosh 2008 $21.00  3btls available

Kuentz-Bas Alsace Blanc 2006  $14.00 3btls available

Chehalem Dry Riesling Reserve, Willamette Valley 2007  $21.50  8btls available

Melville “Clone 76 Inox” Chardonnay, Sta Rita Hills 2008  $42  7btls available

Cote Bonneville “Dubrul Vineyard” Chardonnay Yakima Valley 2006  $57  28btls available

Booker “White” Paso Robles 2008  $50.00  7btls available

Francois Villard “Les Terrasses du Palat” Condrieu 2007  $53  5btls available

Francois Villard “Le Grand Vallon” Condrieu 2007  $57 5btls available

Domaine Zind Humbrecht Pinot Gris Rotenberg 2006  $57  22btls available

Domaine Zind Humbrecht Pinot Gris Clos St. Urbain Rangen De Thann 2006  $80 16btls avail.


Radford Dale Gravity, Stellenbosch 2006  $48.00  2btls available

Telmo Rodriguez Al Muvedre, Alicante 2007  $21.50  7btls available

Chateau Chateau Grenache Columns, Greenock Barossa Valley 2007  $67  3btls available

Chateau Chateau Grenache David & Goliath McLaren Vale 2007 $67  2btls available

Chateau Chateau Grenache Leaf Turner Barossa Valley 2007 $67  4btls available

Chateau Chateau Grenache South Austraila 2007  $55  4btls available

Betz Family Winery Clos de Betz, Columbia Valley 2007  $60 7btls available

Domaine de la Janasse CDP VV 2004 $99.99 1btl available

Domaine de la Janasse CDP VV 2006 $115.00 2btls available

Two Hands Ares Shiraz, Barossa Valley 2005  $164  6btls available

El Nido, Jumilla 2006$139  3btls available

Aquilon Garnacha, Campo de Borja 2007 $170 4btls available

Elio Altare Barolo Arborina 2005 $134  6btls available

Mas Doix Costers de Vinyes Velles, Poboleda 2005  $135  6btls available

Domaine de la Janasse CDP VV 2006 (en Magnum) 1btl available


Mas D’en Compte Priorat (Porrera) 2006 at Wolfe’s Wine Shoppe

One of the oldest grape-growing families in the Priorat, the Sangenis family had historically sold the entirety of their production to the local coop until 1995 when they formed a new company, Mas d’en Compte, to bottle wine under their own name. Now, young Joan Sangenis manages the estate and makes the wines and has converted the entire estate away from chemical pesticides and herbicides.

In a region where almost everyone has a few vines over 50 years old, the Sangenis family’s entire vineyard is practically this old, with several small parcels of 100+ year old vines of Grenache and Carignan. Also, they are one of the few holders of extremely old vine white Grenache, a varietal that many properties have ripped out. This old vine material means that yields are extremely low and concentration quite high.

50% garnacha, 40% carinena and 10% cabernet sauvignon) Bright ruby. Vibrant raspberry and cherry aromas are energized by blood orange and baking spices. Fresh red fruit flavors are complicated by an exotic lavender pastille quality and given lift by juicy acidity. An elegant, precise wine that finishes with excellent tangy cut and persistence. Nothing overdone here.  It was aged for 14 months in new French and American oak. It reveals a bouquet of toasty oak, pencil lead, lavender, spice box, and black cherry. Firm and structured on the palate, it is very tasty in a straightforward manner. It can be enjoyed over the next eight years.

Slow Food Miami Film Series with the “Wolfepack”

Slow Food Miami Film Series with Wolfe’s Wine Shoppe

For those who see the word Salt on the marquis and think immediately of food seasoning, not Angelina Jolie, consider Slow Food Miami’s just announced film series, beginning with a screening of today Ingredients: A Documentary Film , which explores solutions for creating a community based on seasonal food, on August 26th at 8:15 p.m. at the Coral Gables Museum. And so you don’t go hungry and gnaw on your nails during the movie, they’re also offering pre-theater dining options featuring special menu selections with “vibrant seasonal menus by chefs who support the local food movement.”

Among the participating chefs: Chef Allen at Books & Books, Norman Van Aken of Norman’s 180 and Cindy Hutson at Ortanique on the Mile. Movie tix are $15 and available here. Dinners range from $24 to $55. Jeffrey Wolfe and the “Wolfepack” at Wolfe’s Wines will be pouring film-relevant wines directly following the screening in order to inspire conversation. He will also be working with Sommeliers at each restaurant on pairing selections.Can’t make this one? Don’t fret. It’s the first of several local and sustainable food-related films and dinners continuing