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November 22, 2011


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Evan, Dolcetto is a staple on our table here. It's one of the most underappreciated reds among wine drinkers I think. It brings many of the things I love about the terroir of piedmont into something that is completely affordable (unlike barolo/barb), quaffable, simple and delicious...AND ready to drink. I've even chilled it down a bit for a summer drink when grilling!

Mark- Jai Alai is such a great IPA. Its hoppy but malty as well. And their hop bill must be unique because I bet I could pick that beer out of a line up of IPA's. It will be coming out in cans in a few months which is awesome.

Evan-Try G.B Burlotto Dolcetto. Great wine at a great price. Like Mark, it is something that I always have around, is very versatile, and it never disappoints.

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