Holiday Gift Guide! Mon, Mar 21, 22 Holiday Gift Guide! The holidays are fast approaching! We’ve picked out a bunch of great wines and spirits that we love to give as gifts, at all different price points and for all different tastes. Whether it’s for your boss, your spouse, or your dog walker, we’ve got you covered! For the person Who has Everything Vintage Laubade Armagnacs Scotto’s Exclusive Barrel Select Whiskeys Whether from their birth year, or a year that marks a special anniversary, these aged Armagnacs are a special way to celebrate memories and milestones. And our exclusive barrel selections from Van Brunt Stillhouse and Breuckelen Distilling are unique and delicious. For the Bubbly Lover Joseph Perrier 2008 Vintage Brut Fluteau Champagne Brut Autreau Blanc de Blanc Whether from their birth year, or a year that marks a special anniversary, these aged Armagnacs are a special way to celebrate memories and milestones. And our exclusive barrel selections from Van Brunt Stillhouse and Breuckelen Distilling are unique and delicious. A truly special white wine: Chateau Picque Caillou Pessac Leognan Blanc Far Niente Napa Chardonnay Joseph Colin Saint Aubin Maybe you’re shopping for someone who loves a good everyday chardonnay, or sauvignon blanc. Why not show them something really special for the holiday? These three are elegant and classic, and make amazing presents. Loves a good cab: The Vice “House” Cabernet Faust Napa Cabernet Nickel & Nickel Cabernet We think it’s best to go as classic as possible when you’re shoping for a cabernet lover. These three bottles are all from napa, all silky-smooth, and priced to fit a variety of budgets. The Party Hosts: Three J’s Syrah Villeneuve Chateuneuf-Du-Pape Pol Roger Magnum There’s nothing better than a magnum for those friends that are always hosting – it really turns a gathering into a party! These are three of our favorites at any size. The Scotch Lover: Alexander Murray Scotches Alexander Murray & Co. source incredible, aged barrels from the top Single Malt producers throughout Scotland. They bottle these unique expressions from familiar names like Laphroaig along with the unfamiliar like Tomintoul.