Buying wine should be as enjoyable as drinking it. Our philosophy is to carry what we feel are the best wines in each price category and wine region. Having tasted nearly every wine in our shop we can match the right wine to a customer’s taste and budget, whether you want to spend $10 on a bottle or over $100.
"Wow, it really is a cellar!" We hear it all of the time when a customer descends the stairs leading into the cellar for the first time. The unique layout of our store allows us to keep all of our wine in a below-grade, temperature controlled cellar of a converted 1860’s era New England farmhouse.
Proper storage. Peace of mind. Customers can rest assured that a wine purchased from Fine Wine Cellars has not been subjected to the vagaries of temperature changes or exposure to sunlight, which are two variables that can damage or shorten the life of a wine. A consistent temperature of 58-62 degrees Fahrenheit is maintained year-round and there is absolutely no direct sunlight. Every care is taken to ensure our wines remain in the proper environment.
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We love the pop-and-pour easy going nature of this Pinot Noir from Montinore Estate. This wine delivers right away with wonderful, concentrated fruits of bing cherries and plum notes that build in intensity. The finish is silky-smooth with hints of earth and even a touch of chocolate. YUM. LIVE Certified sustainable farming.
91 POINTS, James Suckling formally of Wine Spectator. "A gently reductive edge to the abundant, rich red fruit with a spicy edge, as well as grilled-meat and tarry notes. The palate has a fresh core of blue fruit with dusty tannin texture, holding long, fresh-fruit flavors."
The wines of Burgundy are often a mystery to many wine drinkers. The information offered on the labels as well as the detailed manner in which the wines are classified in this famous region can often add to the confusion. Volumes of books have been written about the special terroir and how and what makes these wines and the Burgundy region so special. If you haven’t tried them, don’t shy away from the unknown.