• Chan's Wine of the Week

    Medium ruby in color, the ‘09 Marques de Caceres Crianza offers aromas of earthy black cherry fruit followed by a soft lush attack of light cherry and plum fruit, spice and rounded ... READ MORE

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    From the famed makers of Blondie Chardonnay comes Jenna Lane. Aromas of lemon zest, tropical melons and Asian pears, this wine displays hints of honeysuckle and clove followed by flavors of ... READ MORE

  • Chan's beer of the week

    Named in honor of their co-founder's bike trip through Europe, Fat Tire Amber Ale marks a turning point in the young electrical engineer's home brewing. Belgian beers use a far broader palette of... READ MORE

  • Chan’s wine of the week

    A blend of Grenache and Syrah, ‘11 Henriques Cotes du Roussillon is very reminiscent of the better Cotes du Rhone. Deep color, a little spice, a hint of dark cherries and a very pleasant ... READ MORE

  • Chan's Wine of the Week

    This Block 7 2012 Pinot Noir Rosé is produced by Jamie Kutch, whose Pinot Noirs garner more than 90 points ratings with some of his single vineyards receiving notes of up to 95 points. Here, the ...

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  • Chan’s Wine of The Week

    Chateau Ambe Tour Pourret 2009 is produced from vines averaging 40 years of age. The estate's terroir makes for elegant and complex wines. The French property of origin sits at the bottom of the ... READ MORE

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    100 percent Malbec from 35-year-old vines, Maipe Malbec 2012 has a deep purple color with violet tints, complex plum, fig, strawberry, spices and floral aromas. This Argentinian wine ... READ MORE

  • Chan’s Wine of the Week

    A beautiful light rose quartz color, Paul Hobbs Crossbarn Rose 2012 emerges from the glass with scents of summertime stone fruits. Bright and refreshing, the dry palate offers white peach, ... READ MORE

  • Chan’s Beer of the Week

    The California Republic, or “Bear Flag Republic,” was an attempt at secession by the people of Sonoma in the mid-19th century. There’s something about northern California that has inspired many ... READ MORE


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