MILE HIGH'S WINE OF THE WEEK

The team at Mile High is working hard week after week to find you new and exciting wines.  Each week we bring you a new wine at a ridiculously low price.  Please note that these wines and their prices are limited with no rain checks or guaranteed stock.  Call (303) 936-0272 to pay for and hold bottles with a credit card.
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Mile High's Wine of the Week: October 12th
Andis Painted Fields 2013
Regular Price: $19.99
Sale Price: $13.99
Sale End: 10/15/2017
Andis Painted Fields 2013

That little snow storm made Fall feel like it had really arrived, didn’t it? The leaves (and a bunch of limbs unfortunately) have been falling fast. So this week we decided to show off one of favorite hearty California Red Blends. The 2013 Andis Painted Fields is a wonderfully rich and powerful Cabernet based blend. This showy Red is ready for any kind of food you feel like throwing at it. The nose is deeply complex with striking scents of freshly pitted red cherries, rosemary, thyme, rose petals, and cigar box all making appearances. On the palate, you’ll find that the 2013 Andis is really hitting its stride. Medium to full bodied and packed with bright red berry fruit and spice, it is the sort of showy wine that was obviously built to impress. Red currant jam, under-ripe strawberries, and cherry liqueur define the entry while lingering notes of cinnamon, crushed lampong peppercorns, grilled herbs, and baking chocolate deliver the kind of experience on the finish that is sure to leave a lasting impression on you and your guests. A food wine no doubt, the 2013 Painted Fields will excel when paired with hearty meats and rich sauces. Duck, lamb, bison, and quail will shine alongside this robust red. And, there’s no rush. This delicious offering ought to hold up nicely for a couple of years in the cellar if you happen to forget about a few bottles.
Food Pairing:
A brash and showy Red like the 2013 Andis Painted Fields will pair up neatly with lots of different meals. This weekend the warm weather ought to be just right for some grilling and chilling. So, I suggest bison burgers on the grill. Top ‘em with some nice spicy pepper jelly and add a side of quinoa salad with apples, walnuts, and crumbled bleu cheese for a fantastic meal that will be quick to put together but high in style.
You MUST mention this special or print it out to receive the price on the above wine.
This price expires 10/15/2017 at 6pm and is limited to in-store quantities.
No rain checks given. Call (303) 936-0272 to reserve bottles with a credit card.
Mile High's Wine of the Week: October 5th
Domaine Soleyrade Cotes du Rhone 2015
Regular Price: $10.99
Sale Price: $7.99
Sale End: 10/8/2017
Domaine Soleyrade Cotes du Rhone 2015

Domaine Soleyrade has quickly become our favorite producer of inexpensive Cotes du Rhone. The winery recently received their Organic Certification and we think that the juice they’re putting out now is even better than ever. Their 2015 Cotes du Rhone is a perfect example of premium French table wine. The nose offers up an alluring perfume of blueberry jam, mocha, tar, leather, and incense. It is the sort of nose that you just don’t find in either dollar wines. But the quality doesn’t end there. The palate is right on point too, offering excellent richness and wonderful layers of ripe red cherries, raspberry cordial, kirsch liqueur, and toasted graham crackers. It finishes with classic Southern Rhone panache delivering layers of underbrush, mocha, cinnamon, iron-rich soil, and pipe tobacco. We taste a heck of a lot of wine every week here at the shop so you can take our word for it when we say that you simply do not get this level of quality, interest, or style from such an inexpensive red. As good as the wine is today, and it’s real good, it is on the evolutionary upswing and should mature nicely in bottle for another year or 18 months. Did we mention that it’s only eight freaking bucks?!? Buy this one up, folks!
Food Pairing:
The 2015 Domaine Soleyrade Cotes du Rhone is the kind of wine that I like to say would be delicious when paired with the spare tire of the car. It has been our house red all summer summer and we drink it unapologetically out of used jelly jars. We pair it with everything from burgers to pizza to plain old cheese and crusty bread. That said, my favorite use for it is chef fuel. I love to have a glass (or three) while I’m cooking and tasting different ingredients and sauces. It’s a perfect little house red that you will find yourself reaching for over and over again because it is so darn good to sip.
You MUST mention this special or print it out to receive the price on the above wine.
This price expires 10/8/2017 at 6pm and is limited to in-store quantities.
No rain checks given. Call (303) 936-0272 to reserve bottles with a credit card.

 

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