Beer and Wine Department

Our Beer and Wine Department features a wide and ever changing selection of products brought to you at outstanding values. In addition to carrying beer and wine from all over the world, City Market is proud to carry a large selection of Vermont made craft beer and fine wines.

Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is always happy to help with food pairings or suggestions, whatever the occasion. If you don’t see what you are looking for, just ask and we will be happy to help you make your selection or special order a favorite. Planning a larger gathering?  We can help you order bottles and cases of your favorites!  Plus we offer bulk savings on wine! If you buy 6 or more bottles of wine, you'll receive a 10% case discount, so stock up today.

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Beer and Wine Weekly Update, March 30, 2015

By Joey Bowling, Beer and Wine Manager

Hello suds-heads and vino-philes! This time around I just wanted to highlight some new adult beverages to the Beer and Wine Department; I think there are additions suited to every pallet and taste. Here’s a quick rundown:

March Wines Under $10

By Joey Bowling, Beer and Wine Manager, Beer and Wine Department

March is looking like we'll be starting off with a little warmer weather, but it seems we'll still be seeing winter temperatures at least through the first week, so it's fitting that our "Wines for Under $10" are good choices to pair with warming foods. 

We are featuring two reds from Le Grand Noir.  The Pinot Noir is simple and clean, with a nose of red berries and plum, and flavors of earth, cherries, and black pepper.  This wine pairs well with pretty much any meal and its lighter style won't overpower other flavors.  The Grenache-Syrah-Mourvedre is a Rhone-style red with bell pepper, black olive, and subtle spices on the nose, and flavors of smoke and black cherry.  This wine is a bit heavier and should be paired with steak, burgers, or sharp cheeses.

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