Bomber of the Month: December
Le Trou Du Diable - La Grivoise De Noel
Le Trou Du Diable is a Brewery based in Shawinigan, mid-way between Montréal and Québec City, Quebec. The Brewery’s name literally translates to “Devil’s Hole”, and is a reference to a mighty whirlpool called “The Cauldron” located at the bottom of Shawinigan Falls. Le Trou du Diable first opened its doors and started brewing in December of 2005. They are known for making quality beers that span the gamut of styles and have many awards that stand as proof of their quality craftsmanship.
Mile High's Wine of the Week: December 18th
San Rustico Amarone della Valpolicella 2008
92 Points Robert Parker
Amarone is special. Once you’ve tasted quality Amarone you’ll never forget the richness, complexity, and character that it delivers. This extravagant red is built with one simple goal in mind, pleasure. And let me tell you, it is a complete success. The nose is awash in sultry scents of dried rose petals, sweet tobacco, cedar, anise, incense, and allspice. The palate is no less complex with fantastic density and a wealth of appealing flavors like brandy soaked cherries, raspberry preserves, candied orange zest, and freshly grated ginger. Ripe tannins and mild acidity provide a fine frame for all of that wo...