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March 2022 - New to CSWS

New to Cool Springs Wine & Spirits!

This month we showcase more new wines, exclusive to Cool Springs Wine & Spirits.

Also, consider joining us on March 8 for an evening with Marianna Bruscoli, the owner of the Tenuta Santi Giacomo e Filippo winery, and learn more about these awesome wines.

Tenuta Santi Giacomo e Filippo Bianco

The Bruscoli family embraces the philosophy of harmony with the landscape and brings us an organically farmed Biancello. A native to the Marche region, Biancello is also cal...

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February 2022 - Viva La France

In 2021 we were biting our fingernails as the EU wine tariffs threatened the value that French wine had historically offered. Thankfully, the World Trade Organization negotiated a deal to postpone the tariffs for 5 years. Viva La France 2022 and beyond!

Estezargues Blanc 2018

Importer, Jenny and Francois, are a ‘go to' when it comes to natural wines. J&F bring us Les Vignerons D’ Estézargues; a cooperative of several vineyards and vignerons. Grenache Blanc is the showcase at Estézargues. A bl...

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January = Low Alcohol

Happy New Year!

It is time to reset. The parties are over and we may need to take a little break. Low alcohol wines are fitting. Let’s start the year fresh with vibrant, cool climate wines.

Pfefferer Moscato Giallo 2019

The first bottles of Colterenzio Pfefferer were produced in 1978. The grape is a special clone of Gold Muscat, aka Moscato Giallo. Pfeffer translates to peppery in German. In Alto Adige, this grape has been called Pfefferer, likely because of its spicy-aromatic bouquet. On the drye...

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Interesting and Unique

November Wine and Cheese Club Wines

Selected by Rey Mora

Zulal Voskehat 2019

Meet Aimee Keushguerian. Aimee is working to revitalize the indigenous, pre-Soviet, lesser known grape varieties of Armenia; in their purest form. Aimee’s wines are new to the Nashville market. High elevation viticulture, extreme climate and volcanic soil give these wines their distinctive character. In your hands is 100% Voskehat; Armenia’s most well-known variety. Once used to produce fortified wine, Voskehat has the te...

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Discovering Delicacies - Month 1

Looking for something new and different to tempt your taste buds? Us, too!

We are launching a Wine and Cheese Society called Discovering Delicacies where each month you’ll be treated to a new and interesting wine, paired with some delicious items from our new charcuterie selections.

Our club gives you the option to choose all red wines, all white, or a mixture – and comes in two sizes.

This month our focus is on Italy, a favorite place to visit for many – including me. Since wine goes back to the R...

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