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February 15, 2014

Wines of Winter list

TAHLEQUAH — During Wines of Winter on Thursday, shoppers were able to taste different wines as they visited different stores. The event, organized by the Tahlequah Main Street Association, drew hundreds of people downtown.

Below is the list of wines and the correlating shop where it was available for tasting. The wines can be bought at Rum Runners Discount Liquor and Tomcat Liquors.

Wines available at Rum Runners include:

Pennywise Merlot 2010, California - served at Childers Architect

Luccio Moscato d’Asti 2012, Italy - served at Vivid Salon and Boutique

Allegro Martin and Weyrich 2011, California - served at Tahlequah Cable TV

Mark West Pinot Noir 2012, California - served at Junie’s Closet

Colores Del Sol Malbec 2012, Argentina - served at Dream Theatre

Mirassou Cabernet Sauvignon 2012, California - served at Meigs Jewelry

New Age White Wine 2012, Argentina - served at Cook’s Companion and More

El Cortijillo 2012, Spain - served at Thru the House

Kendall Jackson Sauvignon Blanc 2012, California - served at Chapel Books

Cupcake Red Velvet 2012, California - served at Morgan’s Bakery

Pomerols Picpoul De Pinet 2011, France - served at Campus Book Store

La Marca Prosecco 2009, Italy - served at Cashmere Lane

Beringer Red Moscato Sparkling, California - served at Chamber of Commerce

Cellar No. 8 Red Blend, California - served at The Branch

Wines available at Tomcat include:

Collopa Rosso and Bianco Moscato, California - served at A Bloom Flowers and Gifts.

Santa Rita 120 Chardonnay, Chile - served at Enchanted Spa and Nails

Ecco Domani Pinot Grigio, Italy - served at Eufloria Flowers and Home

Nobilo Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand - served at Everything Under the Sun

Cupcake Moscato d’Asti, Italy - served at Felts Family Shoe Store

Polka Dot Riesling, Germany - served at Obsession Boutique

Casillero Del Diablo Cabernet Sauvignon, Chile - served at Remedy Blu

McWilliams Jack’s Blend, Australia - served at Cochran Real Estate

Smoking Loon Merlot, Chile - served at Dos Okies Emporium

Casillero Del Diablo Carmenere, Chile - served at Edie’s Fashions and Gifts

Da Vinci Chianti, Italy - served at The Grill

Diseno Malbec, Argentina - served at Time and Again Books

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