Wine | $9.99
Cabernet Sauvignon – 100 Calories per 5 fl oz serving
Moscato – 100 Calories per 5 fl oz serving
Pinot Grigio – 100 Calories per 5 fl oz serving
Red Blend – 100 Calories per 5 fl oz serving
Rosé – 100 Calories per 5 fl oz serving
White Blend – 100 Calories per 5 fl oz serving
Vodka | $14.99
Bare Naked – 75.1 calories per 1.5 fl oz
Cucumber – 75.8 calories per 1.5 fl oz
Tangerine – 75.6 calories per 1.5 fl oz
Ready-to-Serve Cocktails | $10.99
Margarita – 37.3 calories per 1.5 fl oz
White Peach Margarita – 37.2 calories per 1.5 fl oz
White Cranberry Cosmo – 34 calories per 1.5 fl oz
The different kinds of sparkling wine can get pretty confusing. For a basic understanding of what is dry or sweet, check out our chart below.
Generally, we recommend going with an inexpensive Extra Dry sparkling wine. But, depending on your taste, you can really go with any sparkling wine. If you like sweet, go with Spumante, and if you like dry, go with a Brut or Prosecco.
What is the difference between Champagne and sparkling wine?
The difference is Champagne is made in the Champagne region of France. Other sparkling wine that is, for example, made in California is generally made in the same way, but because of where it was made, is not considered champagne.
What is the difference between Champagne and Prosecco?
The simple answer is Champagne is made in the Champagne region of France and Prosecco is made in the Veneto region of Italy. Prosecco’s bubbles tend to be lighter with a little spritz, while Champagne’s bubbles are more sharp.
Sutter Home | Donates to National Breast Cancer Foundation
Sutter Home for Hope | Two ways you can help.
1. To do our part, Sutter Home will donate $1 to National Breast Cancer Foundation, up to $50,000, for every cork, screw cap, or capsule received by mail or as a texted photo between September 1, 2016 and December 31, 2016.
To send by mail
If you’re using regular mail, please send your Sutter Home corks, capsules, or screw caps to us at:
Inmar Rebate Center
P.O. Box 426022
Del Rio, TX 78842-6022
Be sure to label your envelope with the code: SHFH16
To send by text
You can also take a photo of your Sutter Home cork, screw cap, or capsule and text it to us at 89800.
Text the word “HOPE” to 89800 and upload a photo of your Sutter Home cork, screw cap, or capsule.
Chloe Wine Collection | Donates to The Breast Cancer Charities of America
Chloe Wine Collection has partnered with BCCA in October. Each purchase of Chloe wine, by the bottle or glass, will go to help support BCCA and women battling breast cancer.
Kinky Cocktails | Donates to The Breast Cancer Charities of America
Kinky Cocktails is proud to announce their partnership with BCCA in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Available at over 2,500 Walmarts and stores nationwide this fall, each purchase of the Pink cocktails will go to help support BCCA and women battling breast cancer.
Relax Wines | Donates to Save the Ta-Tas Foundation
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, RELAX® Wines is working to beat breast cancer. And you can help! Every time you share #RELAX4TaTas on Twitter, Instagram or Pinterest – or when you upload a photo on the RELAX Facebook page – we’ll give $1 toSave the Ta-Tas Foundation, a non-profit organization that raises money for breast cancer research and awareness.
Handcraft Wines | Donates to The Lynn Sage Foundation
Share a message of love and Handcraft will donate $5 to breast cancer research (and will send you a mail in rebate to save on Handcraft Wines).
Don’t be afraid to go pink!
Many people think of rosés and they think of super-sweet pink wine… but what you might not know is that traditionally rosés are dry. As a general guideline most Old World (European) rosé wines will be on the dry side and most New World (everywhere else) rosé wines will be less dry. For example, most rosé wines made in NYS will be on the sweet side.
1.“In ancient Greece, a dinner host would take the first sip of wine to assure guests the wine was not poisoned, hence the phrase “drinking to one’s health.” “Toasting” started in ancient Rome when the Romans continued the Greek tradition but started dropping a piece of toasted bread into each wine glass to temper undesirable tastes or excessive acidity.”
2.“Early Roman women were forbidden to drink wine, and a husband who found his wife drinking was at liberty to kill her. Divorce on the same grounds was last recorded in Rome in 194 B.C.” This would certainly not fly today!
On Mother’s Day we all like to treat our mother’s with their favorite things to show our appreciation and love. When Tim and Eric Bremer are picking out a wine for their mother, Carol, they know two she will definitely enjoy are Chateau Ste. Michelle Gewurztraminer and Gran Passione Rosso.
Stop in to Bremer’s Wine and Liquor and let us help you pick out something your mother will love!
About Organic Wines
The Organic movement has been gaining popularity not just in food production, but in wine production as well. People have become more and more interested in supporting processes that not only protect the Earth, but their bodies as well.
“Before wine can be sold as organic, both the growing of the grapes and their conversion to wine must be certified. This includes making sure grapes are grown without synthetic fertilizers and in a manner that protects the environment and preserves the soil. Other agricultural ingredients that go into the wine, such as yeast, also have to be certified organic.
Wines that are sold as “made with organic grapes” have different requirements than organic wine. When a wine is labeled as being made with organic grapes, 100% of those grapes used must be certified organic. Yeast and any other agricultural ingredients aren’t required to be organic, but have to be produced without excluded methods (like genetic engineering). As for non-agricultural ingredients, these have to be specifically allowed on the National List. Finally, sulfites may be added to wines that carry the “made with organic grapes” label—up to 100 parts per million.” -USDA
Organic Wine | Made from 100% organically grown ingredients and has been monitored throughout the entire production process. Often carries legal certification from USDA.
Biodynamic Wines | Practices carried out in an effort to balance the entire vineyard with nature and the moon cycles. This practice stems from the belief that the vineyard is one ecosystem that only when in balance can grow the best fruit. No legal certification.
Sustainable Wine | Farming that is good for the environment while also paying attention to the economics. If something doesn’t make sense economically for the winery, they might skip that step. No legal certification.
Organic Wines We Carry
Campos de Risca
La Touge Syrah
Rosso Terre Siciliane
Live A Little
Pinot Noir | Biodynamic
Our Daily Red
Bremer’s Wine and Liquor carries a number of wines that are Kosher for passover.
Our Kosher Wines
Concord | Not for Passover Use
Cream Peach | Not for Passover Use
Red Concord | Not for Passover Use
Elderberry | Not for Passover Use
Moscato | Not for Passover Use
Stop by Bremer’s Wine and Liquor to pick up your Kosher wine.