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Siciliano's Market News, October 7, 2021 Edition

This week's list of new and returning products follows a few words about an upcoming cigar event

Preamble by Steve Siciliano

On Thursday, October 21, Siciliano's Market is teaming up with Trail Point Brewing to host a beer and cigar event at the brewery's Allendale location at 6035 Lake Michigan Drive. A selection of Avo, Camacho and Zino cigars will be featured at this event and attendees will be able to pair these premium, hand-crafted smokes with Trail Point's solid offerings of premium, hand-crafted beer. The event will be held on the outdoor patio from 6 pm to 9 pm. The Two Bones BBQ food truck will be on site during the course of the event. There is no admission fee but please note that during the course of the event the patio will be open only to those of legal drinking age.

We will be selling the cigars on site and will be offering 10% off on box purchases.

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Just a reminder that we are now taking pre-orders for the 2021 and 2022 Winexpert Limited Edition offerings. Go here for complete details.

Featured Wines of the Week

Allegrini, 2019, Valpolicella, Italy, $16.59/750ml- Well-structured wine, with a soft, long and persistent finish. Brilliant ruby red in colour, with a pleasant scent of wild berries. Dry and velvety on the palate, it is characterized by a bitter almond finish. Pairs perfectly with roasted meats, particularly guinea fowl, pork, goat and lamb. Delicious with mushroom-based dishes and medium-aged cheeses. Serve at 16-18°C in large red wine glasses. (Source)

Chateau Bernateau, 2016, Saint Emilion Grand Cru, France, $46.19/750ml- "Big plums and blackberries are the dominant component of this rich and chocolatey St.-Emilion. However, the wine also has a serious tannin structure and more than enough acidity on the powerful and long finish to carry all this extravagance. Drink or hold" – James Suckling. (Source)

Zlatan, 2018, Posip, Croatia, $21.79/750ml- Quality white wine from the vineyards Bast - Baska Voda, Makarska vineyards. The wine is bright, straw-golden color, hard and dense in the glass and leaves a thick trail. Full and distinctive flavor with the aroma of dried apricots and figs. Alcohol 13.0 to 13.5% (Source)

Buy three or more bottles of wine get 10 % off.

"It's our mission at Siciliano's to sell quality wine at affordable prices"

Featured Spirit of the Week

Signal Hill, Canadian whiskey, $36.89/750ml- Signal Hill Whisky is made from two types of grain. The corn whisky is double distilled through a two-column still to produce a light and smooth characteristic. The barley whisky is pot distilled to bring out a subtle bready, nutty or malt flavour. Multiple layers of flavour are preserved through non-chill filtering, resulting in a fuller mouthfeel and smoother finish. Aged in New White Oak Casks for notes of vanilla, caramel and toffee, First-Run Bourbon Casks for flavours of dried raisins and plums, and Canadian Whisky Casks to draw out the characteristics of the grains. The variable Canadian climate adds character to our whisky allowing for a slower extraction of flavour from the casks to create a sweet, mild flavour. (Source)

New and Returning Products

Bells 3rd Coast Old Ale, $2.99/12oz-Third Coast Old Ale starts with a rich, caramel base, and finishes with a heavy hop bitterness. Sharply intense at first, it will age gracefully, adding complexity and subtlety in your cellar. Go ahead, test your patience. (Source)

Boulevard Hibiscus Ginger Gose, $1.99/12oz-

Dogfish Head Pumpkin, $2.79/12oz-A full-bodied brown ale with smooth hints of pumpkin and brown sugar. We brew our Punkin Ale with pumpkin meat, brown sugar and spices. As the season cools, this is the perfect beer to warm up with. (Source)

Goose Island Neon Beer Hug, $1.89/12oz-IPA - American

Great Divide Pumpkin, $2.19/12oz-A toasty brown ale with notes of pumpkin, brown sugar, and spices, PUMPKIN ALE is sure to be your new favorite seasonal treat. The rich malty backbone enhances the autumnal flavors creating a delicious sensory experience without being overly sweet. (Source)

Humble Forager Coastal Sunshine, $5.19/16oz-Sour - Fruited

Humble Forager Enchanted Island, $4.69/12oz-Sour - Fruited

Illuminated Pazuzu Pedals, $4.49/16oz-Celebrate the earthly delights of bitter chocolate, coffee and dark fruit in this homage to that wacky Babylonian demon’s love affair with the bicycle. (Source)

Illuminated Trust, $3.89/16oz-IBW presents TRUST. Premium lager beer for the people. Hopped thoughtfully with Saaz and Styrian Wolf for notes of citrus, grass, and berry. Bring together the people you trust, enjoy with the people you trust. (Source)

Illuminated Wiccan Chicken, $5.09/16oz-IPA - Imperial / Double

Middle Coast O'Porter House, $3.19/16oz-A classic American Porter with a good dose of locally roasted coffee. (Source)

North Peack Sparta, $2.09/12oz-Sparta IPA is a deliciously bold and balanced beer with a nice crisp maltiness and hop profile of Simcoe, Citra, and Cascade hops. Citrus notes of tangerine and grapefruit along with stone fruits notes of peach and apricot are backed by a hint of resinous pine. (Source)

North Peak Hail, $2.09/12oz-Hail Pale Ale is the perfect tailgate beer! Golden, light-bodied and delicious, it is dripping with hoppy goodness that includes notes of citrus, apricot, and peach. This well-balanced beer is made with maize (yellow flaked corn) and blue (corn grits) to celebrate all things Michigan. (Source)

Perrin Beer City Rye, $2.49/12oz-By using real rye bread, this Rye IPA is true to its style! In collaboration with Beer City Bread Company, this Imperial Rye IPA has notes of biscuit and caraway seed from the Beer City Bread toasted rye bread added directly to the mash. All balanced by resinous American hops. (Source)

Rochester Mills Toasted Marshmallow, $2.79/16oz-Day #1 of the 2017 12 Days of Milkshake Stout – More roasted notes than the the original Milkshake Stout™ followed by sweet toasted marshmallow. Medium to full-bodied with no booziness. Toasted Marshmallow is a well balanced beer fit for any bon fire with no open flame or pointy sticks required. (Source)

Sam Adams Jack-O, $1.79/12oz-Pumpkin / Yam Beer

Sketchbook Ceasr's Cipher, $3.99/16oz-We shifted from the normal rules of lager making and squeezed all the goodness of the hops using Omega's newest lager yeast to boost thiols. (Source)

Sketchbook Insufficient Clearance, $3.59/16oz-Juicy flavors of mango, guava, and pineapple smoothie complete with whipped cream texture all packed into an impossibly small space. (Source)

Sketchbook Orange Door, $3.59/16oz-A serious IPA with tons of dry hop character bringing citrus and piney aromas on a beautiful malt backbone. Dry hopped twice for bold grapefruit and other citrus flavors that are contrasted by the malt sweetness. (Source)

Surly Age of LEviathans, $4.39/16oz-Age of Leviathans, Surly’s BC Small Batch offering for September and October, reaches similar depths of flavor, sweetness, and body. Brewed with a new “ruby” chocolate variant—noted for being rich, fruity and just slightly tart—plus raspberry puree, lactose, and vanilla beans, it’s complex, rich, and rules all that it surveys. (Source)

Ten Bends Sole Shine, $4.09/16oz-To illuminate the obscure and highlight the adored, we continue with our first single hop series, Sole Shine American Pale Ales. The third ale in this series leverages Nelson Sauvin hops to impart a delicious radiance of white grapes, grapefruit, and gooseberries with a minimal touch of lychee or just straight-up candy. (Source)

Transient Emniggened, $3.79/16oz-IPA - American

Transient Repetive Originality, $4.89/16oz-IPA - Imperial / Double New England

Untitled Art Juicy IPA V.11, $5.19/16oz-IPA - American

Untitled Art Pineapple Papaya Lime Sour, $5.19/16oz-Berliner Weiss Style Ale with Pineapple Puree, Red Papaya and Lime Juice. (Source)

Untitled Art Smore's Stout, $4.89/12oz-Pastry stout with vanilla beans, cacao nibs, graham cracker, candi syrup and milk sugar. (Source)

Untitled Art/Omnipollo Tropical Smoothie, $5.19/16oz-Hard Seltzer with Vanilla, Passionfruit, Peach & Pineapple fruit added

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