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Posted: Dec 16, 2015

 

PATZ & HALL, SONOMA COAST, PINOT NOIR, 2013
91 points, Robert Parker, December 2014


"Patz & Hall has long been a model for how to run a high-quality

négociant business, buying fruit from top...

Posted: Dec 04, 2015

Saturday, December 12: 1-5pm @ Peterson's Main St. store

Blended wines are always an area of conversation for wine enthusiasts, especially when it comes to unlikely blends or the backend story of how a blend came to be. It's amazing how many factors influence a...

Posted: Dec 04, 2015

Saturday, December 12: 1-5pm @ Peterson's Chicago Ave. store

Okay, so maybe you love trying new wines, but there is something about the Cabernet and/or Chardonnay varietal that make it hard to deny your profound loyalty to these grapes. It's okay, we understand,...

Posted: Dec 04, 2015

Saturday, December 12: 1-5pm @ Peterson's Gartner Rd. store

For what seems like decades now, Cabernet and Chardonnay are easily the most popularly consumed varietals worldwide. As we run reports on our own data to confirm these findings, it takes only seconds...

Posted: Dec 04, 2015

Saturday, December 5th: 1-5pm @ Peterson's Main St. store

Join us for an epic tasting with wines perfect for your next holiday gathering. Included in our lineup is the Schug Chardonnay, Prieure De Montezargues Rose, Pali Huntington Pinot Noir, Ricasoli Chianti,...

Posted: Dec 04, 2015

For a limited time, save 30% on select pre-made Holiday Wine Baskets. Stop in at any of our three locations and choose from three different styled baskets ranging in price from $29.99 - $59.99. If you're looking for a gift that presents itself with a "wow factor" at...

Posted: Nov 26, 2015

{Featuring the highly rated Star Lane Cabernet, 2009 for FREE* when you spend $55 on ANY wine accessories.}

Posted: Nov 16, 2015

Bejeweled Wine Bottle Workshop and Wine Tasting
Thurs. Dec. 10: 7-9pm @ Peterson's Chicago Ave. store
$55/person * RSVP (630) 420-1502 * Space Limited

 

What better way to reuse wine bottles than to glam them up and keep them as display pieces...