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First Friday Wine Tasting
August 5th | 5:30 - 8 PM
Sample from 24 different wines from around the world.
Admission is a $15 donation to Severson Dells Nature Center
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Creamy Sexy Mushroom
SALE $13.99 Reg. $15.99
This cheese is inspired by the classics of Europe but is entirely American in spirit and flavor. Pairs well with Syrah.

Espresso Bellavitano
SALE $11.99 Reg. $13.99
The cheese-makers hand rub freshly roasted coffee into sweet, sugary BellaVitano wheels aged to creamy perfection.

Merlot Bellavitano
SALE $12.99 Reg. $14.99
Berry and plum notes merge with the sweet, nutty crunch of Italian Farmstead Cheese. Rich and creamy with a melted butter finish, this cheese is sure to please.

Pie-Eyed Goat
SALE $15.99 Reg. $17.99
Meaty or gamey with a sweet, pleasant acidity to balance the butter notes; capped by a smooth, elegant finish. It's firm enough to grate or shred, yet supple and creamy on the palate.

Cracked Black Peppercorn Cheddar
SALE $8.99 Reg. $10.99
8888Renard's starts with a milk yellow cheddar and infuses it with the fresh, savory bite or black peppercorn.
Leopold Bros American Small Batch Gin
SALE $39.99 Reg. $42.99
In creating this classic American gin, we sought to honor each ingredient's distinctive profile through the meticulous practice of fractional distillation, where each element is distilled individually. Through this method, we capture the brightness of Pomelos and Valencia Oranges, the savory notes of Coriander and Cardamom, and the gentle foundation of Juniper Berries and Orris Root. After completing six separate distillations of intentionally sourced botanicals and citrus elements, we bring the distillates together to become this uniquely welcoming spirit.

Maplewood Spruce Gin
SALE $39.99 Reg. $41.99
A plentiful amount of Colorado spruce tips, rooibos tea, citrus, lavender, and traditional gin botanicals are utilized to evoke deep forest pine notes that blend with bright citrus and meadow-like floral depth.

Bottega Bacur Dry Gin
SALE $39.99 Reg. $49.99
Juniper berries from Tuscany, sage leaves from Veneto and lemon zest from Femminello Siracusano (Sicilian Lemons) are left to macerate in a solution of Italian Alps water and alcohol then double distilled. Smooth and balanced, it delicately warms the palate without being aggressive, leaving a pleasant perfumed perception in the mouth.

Valentine Distilling Liberator Gin
SALE $32.99 Reg. $35.99
TValentine Liberator Gin, named after the B-24 Liberator Heavy Bomber produced in Detroit during World War II. Liberator is clear with aromas of peppery cinnamon, honey cardamom pastry, dried citrus, and candied juniper with a silky, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a zesty mélange of citrus, herbal roots, anise, pink peppercorn, and cinnamon bark on the long finish. I hand select nine botanicals from around the world. Bold flavors are brought to life through a longer maceration process while lighter notes are produced with a special botanical infusion process.

McQueen and the Violet Fog Gin
SALE $34.99 Reg. $38.99
Dig deeper. We did. A single copper pot still in the hills of Jundiaí, Brazil. Twenty-one different botanicals, including six seldom found in gin: basil, rosemary, fennel seed, calamansi, star anise and açai. Other gins are simple. We flipped the script.

Nordes Atlantic Galician Gin
SALE $34.99 Reg. $37.99
Nordés is Galicia’s very own premium gin, which was created as a celebration of its native land and has quickly become a revolutionary gin, taking the familiar to the next level with its authentic feel and exquisite flavour. Part of what makes Nordés Gin so unique is its base spirit, made using albariño grapes. As well as 6 botanicals which grow wild in Galicia, it also has 5 which are sourced overseas, each one macerated separately until the exact aroma is achieved. We take our time to make it, so take your time to savour it.
Penley Estate
Cabernet Sauvignon
reg. $21.99
93 Points Wine Spectator

A bouquet of dark, berried, inky fruit with plenty of sawdusty/smoky oak. Vibrant flavors of fresh blackcurrant and cassis are complemented by bay leaf and toasted oak on the palate. The tannins are well-integrated and fine-grained. This is a complete and harmonious wine with great persistence of flavor. Bright and delicious, speaking of contemporary Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon. Ready to drink now or for enjoying the rewards of cellaring for the next 5-7 years.


It was a collision of hearts and minds, a collision that had been 100 years in the making – refined and distilled from two pioneering winemaking families. When Reginald Lester Tolley rolled up to a function in his red sports car, Judith Anne Penfold Hyland was suitably impressed by the car and rather taken by the man behind the wheel. Sparks flew, romance blossomed and Penley was conceived (as a business name) in 1947 after Reginald and Judith married.

However, it wasn’t until 1988 that the Penley name came to life, that it finally bore fruit, so to speak. That’s when we (the children of Reginald and Judith) decided to create our own wines – put our label on tradition. We bought a plot of land in Coonawarra, planted cabernet grapes and called it Penley Estate. In 1989, our Phoenix Cabernet won a Gold Medal at the Adelaide Wine Show. As you can imagine, we were pretty pleased with that achievement. In 1995, we built a winery at Penley Estate – a full on, all the bells and whistles, impress me with your red sports car winery. Our reputation had grown by then, and it made sense to have everything on site. We planted more vineyards, added some Shiraz to the Cabernet, and increased our range of wine, producing classic Coonawarra reds that were full-bodied, to be kept and savoured.

As the years rolled on, Coonawarra reds became a bit passe, not the flavour of the month, more of an old Roller than a red sports car. We still made some bloody good wines though! In 2015, Kym (our brother, wine maker and bon vivant) retired. It left us sisters to consider our future. We could have sold Penley Estate, but that just went against the grain – it would have been disrespectful to the amazing Penfold women who had gone before us. Our great, great (add a few greats) grandmother, Mary Penfold, was the driving force behind the establishment of Magill Estate in 1844, and is now regarded as one of the most outstanding pioneering women in South Australia. Then there was Gladys Lethbridge, who married Frank Penfold Hyland in 1921. She was a flamboyant woman, the great granddaughter of Governor King and an enthusiastic collector of antiques. Yet, Gladys Penfold Hyland proved she could mix it with the best. Following Frank’s death, she oversaw the running of Penfolds (with the aid of Frank’s no-nonsense secretary, Miss Longhurst) and was Chairman of Board from 1948-61. She remained a director until 1964 – no mean feat when you consider the business world was pretty much run by men back then.

Our mother was also a most remarkable woman and regarded as one of South Australia’s most well-dressed women (this was in the fifties by the way). She filled the social pages and looked immaculate everywhere she went. Judith was the epitome of elegance and style, and achieved just as much (if not more) for the Tolley name as our father.So instead of selling, we decided to revitalise, reinvigorate and refresh the wine – make it true to itself, gossiped about and socially celebrated at any occasion… for everyone to enjoy.Our history is a rich mix of endeavour, passion and vision with a touch of scandal and madness thrown in for good measure. We could write a book about it. Instead, we’ll leave you with the words of our glamorous mother; words that we hope you’ll taste in every bottle of our contemporary Coonawarra wine… “Grow up and be fascinating.”

Ang and Bec Tolley


Daily Dedication to Winemaking

Winemaking is always on Mother Nature's schedule. Understanding this enables us to look ahead seasonally, but also to adapt to what's next today, tomorrow, or next week. Winemaker Todd Graff plans for what he can, but enjoys the seasonality of the process, knowing there are always different creative options to explore.

Frank Family's process begins with grape sourcing, where the most important winemaking decision is picking ripe, clean, delicious fruit. By consistently sourcing from the same vineyards, we have a tremendous advantage of knowing the grapes' personalities, even if each vintage may be slightly different. The ability to know when to start each phase can feel like alchemy. Todd is our magician, having traveled the world perfecting his skills and learning which grapes to pair with each other, and which blends to pair with which barrel. It's an artistry he's mastered. Most of his winemaking decisions happen during fermentation, where two weeks of careful work determine the outcome for a vintage like Cabernet Sauvignon that ages in barrels for two years. These choices are a team effort, starting at the top, as Todd says.

After crafting several blends, Todd works closely with Rich and Leslie Frank during tastings before choosing which makes it to bottling. The outcomes are red wines with rich, full bodies, achieved through a complex extraction process; delicate white wines created by a quick fermentation-to-barrel transition; brut rosé wines that absorb the best of both red and white worlds; and graceful sparkling wines achieved through a process that takes five years from vineyards to consumer. Across our three collections—Reserve, Napa Valley, Sparkling—we take pride in process, every day, making a diverse set of varietals that make any occasion.

Frank Family Vineyards
$29.99 reg. $34.99
This wine is perfumed in brioche and baked apple, with seasonings of nutmeg and vanilla. It opens in a rich, full-bodied concentration of citrus and white peach and evolves on the palate to show structure and depth. Bright acidity lifts hints of toasted oak, maintaining a fresh and plush finish.

Frank Family Vineyards
Pinot Noir
$39.99 reg. $44.99
A beautiful expression of the Carneros appellation, this Pinot Noir opens with lively aromas of strawberry, ripe red cherry, and a touch of baking spice. The palate is greeted with a juicy, full-bodied mouthfeel and refreshing, well-balanced acidity that lingers on the finish.

Frank Family Vineyards
Napa Valley
$47.99 reg. $52.99
Frank Family’s first vintage of this wine in nearly two decades, this opens with fresh plums that intertwine with coffee and cedar. An effortless mix of blackberries and baking spice, the Merlot is complex and elegant, offering smooth layers of pomegranate and a depth of dark chocolate that carries through the persistent finish.

Frank Family Vineyards
Napa Valley
$39.99 reg. $45.99
Fragrant earthiness lies beneath rich black cherry and plum flavors in this full-bodied, deep-colored wine. Mocha, cardamom and baked cherry enhance the wine's refreshing acidity and powerful tannins that find harmony on the lingering finish.

Frank Family Vineyards
Napa Valley
Cabernet Sauvignon
$49.99 reg. $59.99
A classic Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, this wine shows its Rutherford base with bountiful aromas of cocoa, red currant, cinnamon and blackberry; full-bodied with moderate tannins and a long finish, the wine sings with flavors of chocolate, kirsch, and eucalyptus.
Drive Thru Meatballs Goes Corporate
Hazy IPA
4pk 16oz can

Brewer's Notes:
Drive Thru Meatballs is all grown up and it's time to take that journey up the ol' corporate ladder.
Just like the other beers in our "Drive Thru Meatball" series... this beer is a juicy meatball. It's silky smooth, tropical and packed with ripe mango, zesty citrus and stone fruit notes thanks to the generous additions of Citra and Azacca hops.
7.5% abv
Alarmist Le Jus Hazy IPA
$12.99 | 4pk 16oz can

Drekker Frose Brains Smoothie Sour
(watermelon, lime, guava)
$5.50 | 16oz can

Drekker Frose Chonk CherryBerry Almond Cheesecake
(cherry, strawberry, almonds, cream cheese, graham crackers, lactose, vanilla beans)
$5.50 | 16oz can

Drekker Lemon Bar Slang Du Jour
(lemon, pear, banana, ice cream, granola, shortbread cookies) 
$5.50 | 16oz can

Drekker Pizza Toots Hazy IPA
$17.99 | 4pk 16oz can

Drekker Synaptic Cleft Hazy DIPA
$5.00 | 16oz can

Eagle Park Desert Noises Prickly Pear Sour
$11.99 | 4pk 16oz can

Half Acre Lager Town Octoberfest
$11.99 | 4pk 16oz can

Half Acre Tome Hazy Pale Ale
$11.99 | 4pk 16oz can
Konig Pilsener
$9.99 | 4pk 500ml can

MoRE Chief of Pop DDH IPA
$13.99 | 4pk 16oz can

MoRE Henna Hazelnut Latte Imperial Stout
$10.99 | 16oz can
Old Irving Til Death German Pilsner
$9.99 | 4pk 16oz can

Old Irving Tropical Thoughts DDH DIPA
$15.99 | 4pk 16oz can

Old Nation M43 Hazy IPA
$13.99 | 4pk 16oz can

Perennial Saison des Reves Spelt Saison
$11.99 | 4pk 16oz can

Phase Three DDH Pearlescent Tides DIPA
$16.99 | 4pk 16oz can

Rochefort Trappistes 10
$6.99 | 11.2oz

Spiteful Lager
$9.99 | 6pk can

Urban Chestnut Big Shark Grapefruit Radler
$6.99 | 4pk 16oz can

Urban Chestnut Stammtisch German Pilsner
$6.99 | 4pk 16oz can