Wine and Art

We have some fun things lined up this weekend at the shop. Saturday we have a pair of great Italian wines that are on fantastic discounts.
Sunday we are welcoming our new art show of watercolors by Tom Costantini. And of course we’ll have a few things to sip while you appreciate the art.


2017 Tenuta Santi Giacomo e Filippo Bellantonio $15
Incrocio Bruni
A unique white from the Marche region. The nose is abundant with fruit and has complex notes of citrus fruit, tomato leaves with a hint of tropical lychee fruit. The palate is fresh and vibrant with a near perfect balance of fruit and acidity. Stunning wine. Organic
Was $22, Now $15
2019 Giacomo Vito, Barbera d’Alba $14

A small under the radar family estate that was revived by the grandchildren in 1992. This clean fresh Barbera has lots of cherry flavors and crisp acidity.

Was $18, Now $14


Sunday—Red, White and Art

2018 Barone Cornacchia “Casanova” Passerina $10
100% Passerina
This Italian dry White has an intense, floral and fruity bouquet. Fresh, fine and persistent flavor.

Was $15, now $10
2021 Charles Dubois “Ma Belle Recolté” Côtes du Rhône $13
50% Grenache, 50% Syrah
A lovely, lighter red Rhône with vibrant flavors of ripe red and dark fruits like cherries and blackberries. You’ll also pick up some earthy spice notes, maybe even a hint of pepper or dried herbs. Organic
Tom Costantini

Artist Reception 3 to 5pm

Tom is an interior designer who has been drawing and sketching his whole life.

He paints with watercolors to illustrate favorite subjects including vintage cars,

homes and furniture, and scenes from his travels.

Tom also creates shadowbox assemblages combining mixed media collaged

images with vintage toys and other recycled objects.

He exhibits his art at Fogue Studios & Gallery in Georgetown, and you can view

more of his artwork at .

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