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Featuring Joe Canal's New and Exciting Selections

Windsor Sonoma Cabernet 2010
Sonoma County, California

"I first fell in love with Taurasi at Mario Batali's restaurant, Babbo, in NYC. The wine is 100% Aglianico and I call it the Brunello of the south becasue of its smiliar finesse. It has spicy aromas of cloves and cinnamon with black fruit flavors.  The flavors are elegant, yet powerful and seductive with some smokiness on the finish from the volcanic soils. At $24.99 in the Bottle Club®, this is actually a steal. Good Taurasi's are not usually this affordable. Grab a few while you can and show these off to your friends." - Debbie Miller Nelson, Wine Manager, Woodbridge

Regular Price: $29.99
Bottle Club® Price: $24.99

2009 Briego Crianza Ribera Del Duero

"A delicious Tempranillo, revealing flavors of cassis, raspberry and strawberry, with Asian spices on the long finish.  Smooth and elegant, but not lacking in structure.  One bottle is just not enough!"  -Brandon Bartfalvi, Senior Wine Manager, Lawrenceville



  Castle Rock Pinot Noir 2009
  Carneros, California

"Carneros is a perfect place for growing delicate and flavorful Pinots, and Castle Rock brings a very affordable offering to the table, showcasing the region's characteristics. Highlighted with cherry aromas, the wine is medium bodied with a chewy middle of dark cherries and hints of spice. Gentle tannins, outlined with a soft touch, makes this wine perfect for those hot summer days when a glass of red is in order." -Wilson Arizmendi, Wine Manager, Woodbridge

2012 Unico Pinot Grigio
Alto Adige, Italy

"Enticing aromas of acacia flowers, tangerine and hints of almonds. Light and crisp, with flavors of white stone fruit, orange and citrus. Pairs well with tossed salads, risotto and grilled white meats."
-Kevin Saunders, Wine Manager, Lawrenceville



Great Lakes Brewing Co.
Lake Erie Monster Imperial IPA

"Another home run from Great Lakes. After opening this beer, a very nice aroma of grapefruit, pine, and some malts are evident. It is extremely smooth on the palate, while also being well balanced. Nice, crisp, and refreshing. Great Lakes is quickly becoming one of my favorite breweries." -Chris Spicacci, Beer Supervisor, Woodbridge


2008 Bodegas Vinicola Real Urbion Rioja Crianza

"This is a textured, pure effort that overdelivers for the price.  Dark fruit notes glide over the palate with spice and licorice notes taking form on the finish. It rated 91 points from Wine Advocate, who said, ' The palate is very well-balanced with fine, supple tannins. It has superb purity and refinement with lovely blackberry and licorice towards the finish.' After trying this I bet you will be thinking, 'Should I buy one case or two?!'"  -Brandon Bartfalvi, Senior Wine Manager, Lawrenceville

Windsor Sonoma Cabernet 2010
Sonoma County, California

"This new Cabernet in our portfolio has aromas of licorice, tobacco, menthol and cedar.  It's definitely on the lighter side for a California Cabernet, but it packs a lot of flavor with a long, cherry-cola finish.  Enjoy with portobello mushroom dishes, beef tenderloin and other grilled meats." - Debbie Miller Nelson, Wine Manager, Woodbridge


Compass Box Asyla

"The hot weather in the summertime calls for a lighter scotch and the Compass Box Asyla fits that.  This light bodied, blended scotch is fruity and displays a nice balance of vanilla and oak.  The lower alcohol, 40%, helps it pair with cheeses  and makes a great starter for your evening meal.- Toni Carver, Store Manager, Lawrenceville


Domaine la Colombe Rose 2013
Provence, France

"This is a beautiful, traditional rose from Provence.  It has dusty, strawberry aromas and it is one of the driest roses I have ever tasted.  This is a great summer sipper to be enjoyed at picnics, barbecues and family gatherings.  This is definitely one of my must-haves for the summer." - Debbie Miller Nelson, Wine Manager, Woodbridge


2012 Orbit Pinot Noir
Russian River, CA

"A lovely bouquet of cherries, cranberry and rose petals gently stream from the glass. Bright raspberry, plum and black cherry roll softly across the palate. The finish is velvety and smooth. Pairs well with roasted chicken, duck or just sipping with friends. Don't pass this up." -Kevin Saunders, Wine Manager, Lawrenceville



  Hacienda Lopez de Haro Rioja Crianza 2008
  Rioja, Spain

"Invigorating aromas of crushed pepper, anise, vanilla, cherry and baking spices. Dark berries cascaded with waves of fruit flavor excentuated with pinholes of spice gripping tannins and a dark chocolate finish. This Crianza drinks like a Reserva with excellent structure and poise. WA: 91 points!" -Wilson Arizmendi, Wine Manager, Woodbridge


Bodegas Naia Las Brisas Rueda 2012

"Get ready to meet your new summer sipper!  The nose is alive with ripe fruit and grassy aromas leading into vibrant flavors of white peach, cantaloupe and lime.  Both juicy and crisp simultaneously, the bright acidity makes it a terrific match for pork, chicken or seafood.  However, may I suggest the first glass be enjoyed on its own?  Delicious! IWC: 90 pts!"   Pamela Jorgensen, Wine Sales Associate, Lawrenceville



Nicodemi Terrano Montepulciano D’Abruzzo 2012

"Montepulciano is table wine – and this one should be on your table.  Surprisingly dark and lovely…this is an unfiltered beauty.  This wine is deep and weighty and pulls no punches.  I’d call it succulent, a good representation of Abbruzo.  Pair it with anything Italian, or not – it’s good all by itself."    David Rudd, Floor Manager, Woodbridge


Jenna Sparr Cotes du Rhone Villages 2011

"This blend of Grenache and Shiraz offers flavors of raspberry, dark cherries and spice with a lingering finish. A medium-bodied effort with juicy red fruit and soft texture. Great wine for daily sipping." -Brandon Bartfalvi, Senior Wine Manager, Lawrenceville



Yuengling Summer Wheat
"Yuengling Summer Wheat is carefully brewed with a combination of wheat and barley malts. Hallertau hops and Bavarian-style top fermenting yeast deliver a thick, creamy head with overtones of banana and clove esters. This authentic German Weizen style beer, with a slight hazy appearance, concludes with a crisp finish." -Chris Spicacci, Beer Supervisor, Woodbridge

2012 Saladini Pilastri Falerio dei Colli Ascolani

"A fragrant, ripe blend of Pecorino, Passerine and Trebbiano that may be one of the best white wine bargains in the store.  Crisp and dry, revealing notes of citrus, peach and green apple with floral overtones.  Pick up a case or more and be prepared for the warm weather!" -Brandon Bartfalvi, Senior Wine Manager, Lawrenceville


Dogfish Head Piercing Pils
"Piercing Pils is a Czech Style Pilsner brewed with a white pear tea and pear juice. Both the juice and the tea were added in the kettle for maximum flavor and aroma contribution. The pear fruit complexity pierces right through the spicy Czech Saaz hops beautifully, adding a gentle acidity to this pale lager that makes for a crisp refreshing sipper. Amarillo hops add nuanced citrus notes that meld perfectly with the fruit. " -Chris Spicacci, Beer Supervisor, Woodbridge


Landmark Overlook Chardonnay 2011
Sonoma, California

"In 1993 world-renowned consulting enologist Helen Turley was hired to work with then winemaker Eric Stern. The collaboration led to excellent winemaking and under Eric's direction, Landmark's wines consistently garnered rave reviews from wine writers. The Overlook Chardonnay, has appeared on the Wine Spectator Top 100 list 7 times since 1997.  The 2011 has very layered aromas of butter, toffee, apricot, honey, pineapple, green apple and spice.  The wine is creamy with medium weight, nice vanilla with tropical fruit flavors.  Very pretty and silky." - Debbie Miller Nelson, Wine Manager, Woodbridge


Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva 2010

"A beautifully bold wine that starts with traces of coffee and earthy tones.  The oak is subtle and adds to the light tobacco and dark fruit.  It is very well balanced and would be best with food.  The lingering finish is filled with light anise and dark fruit.  Drink now thru 2022." 
Toni Carver, Store Manager, Lawrenceville


Matchbook Tinto Rey 2008
Dunnigan Hills, California

"The Giguiere Family, who started Toasted Head, started the Matchbook brand in 2005.  This is a blend of primarily Syrah and Tempranillo from the Dunnigan Hills in California.  Bright black cherry aromas with layered licorice, menthol and tobacco are present.  Flavors of vanilla, blackberry, cloves, and subdued cherry flavors lead to a silky finish.  If you like Apothic Red or Menage a Trois Red, this is your next must-buy." - Debbie Miller Nelson, Wine Manager, Woodbridge


2013 Giesen Sauvignon Blanc

"A zippy, dry white that is a textbook New Zealand Sauv Blanc.  The wine offers flavors of grapefruit, grass and a touch of tropical fruit with a herbal note on the crisp finish.  Delicious Value!" -Brandon Bartfalvi, Senior Wine Manager, Lawrenceville


Bonny Doon Grenache California Clos de Gilroy 2012
Central Coast, California

"Even though it says Grenache on the label, there is also a good presence of Mourvedere and Syrah in this bottle. On the nose are cedar, plum and strawberry. The light fruit shines bright on the palate as well, and is thinly veiled in oak. The body is medium+ with a good grip with layered lingering fruit with a slight charred oak finish like a well done pizza crust." -Wilson Arizmendi, Wine Manager, Woodbridge


Springbank 9 Year Old, Gaja Barolo Cask

"What an interesting combination! This Scotch is aged  in a bourbon cask for four years then is aged five further years in Gaja Barolo casks. The nose is fresh with pear, cocoa, and ripe apple. The unique palate gains complexity from the wine with hints of woodiness and sea salt.  A few drops of water will enhance the profile.  The peat and earthy spice become evident thru the lingering finish. A fantastic addition to any collection."  - Toni Carver, Store Manager, Lawrenceville 

                                Miller Fortune
"Miller Fortune is a golden lager brewed in part with Cascade hops to give it a citrusy bite and caramel malt to impart an amber hue. The flavor is moderately bitter with hints of sweetness, resting somewhere between a full-flavored craft beer and a light lager. 6.9%ABV. " -Chris Spicacci, Beer Supervisor, Woodbridge


Downton Abbey Claret 2012

"This soft blend is made of 70%  Merlot, 25% Cabernet, and 5% Malbec, grown in the Bordeaux region.  The deep purple wine has notes of blackberries, black currant, and a faint hint of tobacco.  Soft tannins and ripe fruit leave a lingering, pleasant finish.  Pair this while watching Downton Abbey with cheese, grilled meat, and hearty dishes.  Adding a little fig spread to your cheese and crackers truly enhances the flavors. "           Toni Carver, Store Manager, Lawrenceville 

Fattoria Laila Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi 2012

"So you like Pinot Grigio but you’d like to try something different?  This wine is for you.  This Verdicchio is a bright golden-green hue with a beautiful, delicate floral nose.  Very, very dry with gorgeous minerality, this is a perfect wine for a lovely herb salad or paired with fish."    David Rudd, Floor Manager, Woodbridge



2012 Domaine Lafage Centenaire Cotes du Roussillon

"One of my favorite new wine finds! Rich and textured with a strong mineral streak that balances the exotic fruit and floral notes and just a touch of oak. A blend of 80% Grenache Blanc and Grenache Gris with 20% Rousanne. This will work well with shellfish and rich, fish dishes!" -Brandon Bartfalvi, Senior Wine Manager, Lawrenceville

Ommegang Three Philosophers

"This is an amazing Belgian quad produced by Ommegang. It smells and tastes very much like a tawny port. You can also taste slight hints of plums, raisins, and grapes. There is big sweet maltiness as well as lots of sweet cherry flavor in this beer. Exceptionally done! " -Chris Spicacci, Beer Supervisor, Woodbridge


Joe Canal's Cheese & Meat Display

"Joe Canal's features Di Bruno Bros cheeses and meats, with cheese selections like Brie, Cheddar with Irish Whiskey, Stilton Reserve, meats like Salami Toscana and Chorizo, five different types of Crostini, and spreads like Roasted Garlic & Herb and Bacon-Horseradish. More information is in our Bottle Blog!

Prices start under $5, with many items in the Bottle Club®. (Not all items are available in both stores).

-Joe Canal's Staff

Chateau Pierron Bordeaux Rouge 2011

"I enjoyed this wine immensely. This is a blend of Right Bank Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.  This little guy is fruit-forward without being too jammy or cloying.  There is a resonant note of bright herbacity - like eucalyptus or tarragon - with a warm cedar wood note.  It is delightful, light, and clean." -David Rudd, Floor Manager, Woodbridge


2009 San Felice Chianti Classico Riserva "Il Grigio"

"I think the regular Chianti Classico is wonderful but this Riserva raises the bar (and makes me raise my glass again and again and again). This has body, depth and ripeness that I wasn't expecting!  Dark fruit notes mingle with herb and spicy oak flavors with a touch of anise on the long finish. Drink over the next decade!" -Brandon Bartfalvi, Senior Wine Manager, Lawrenceville

Terrapin Moo Hoo Chocolate Stout

"I've been waiting all year for this beer to be released. One of my favorites. If you love chocolate milk, and who doesnt, you'll love this beer. Strong aromas of chocolate in this one. Tastes just like chocolate milk. So smooth going down and easy to drink. I've very easily enjoyed my fill without even realizing it. The 6% ABV isn't overpowering at all. Highly recommended." -Chris Spicacci, Beer Supervisor, Woodbridge


Zonin Prosecco
Veneto, Italy

"A fantastic value sparkling wine!  A clean, easy-going bubbly offering apple and pear flavors with a touch of almond on the soft finish.  A bright, fun sparkler to enjoy before or during any meal!  Consider picking some up for the holidays!"  -Brandon Bartfalvi, Senior Wine Manager, Lawrenceville

Chateau Pierron Bordeaux Blanc 2012
Bordeaux, France

"Very pretty aromas of green apple, menthol, limestone, white flowers and pears.  Light and crisp with refreshing flavors.  The 20% Semillon really tones down the acidity of the 80% Sauvignon Blanc in this blend.  Super easy to drink and at a great price point.  Serve this at your next party as the wine to kick off the festivities."
                             -Debbie Miller Nelson, Wine Manager, Woodbridge

Hullabaloo Zinfandel 2011
Napa Valley, CA

"A great value for anyone looking for a plush, fruit-forward wine.  A spice-filled, jammy effort offering flavors of raspberries and juicy, red berries that lead to a peppery, oak-tinged finish.  Pick up a case for the upcoming holidays (especially at this discounted price)!"
 -Brandon Bartfalvi, Senior Wine Manager, Lawrenceville


Yards George Washington Porter
Philadelphia, PA

"Everything a porter should be, Yards George Washington Tavern Porter pours with a one finger chocolate colored head. The color is almost black but when held to the light this brew shows that classic porter brown hue. Roasty, toasty, and malty, this porter pairs perfectly with a hearty 'meat and potatoes' type of meal or a vanilla or chocolate dessert." -Jerry Orlando, Supervisor, Woodbridge


DeLoach Pinot Noir
Russian River, CA

"Soft aromas of strawberry and earth flow from the glass. An elegant, well-balanced wine that offers mouthwatering flavors of cherry and cranberry, accented beautifully with a touch of spice. Pairs with grilled sea bass and Chicken Ceasar salads." -Kevin Saunders, Wine Manager, Lawrenceville

Great Lakes Nosferatu

"I have yet to have a bad beer from Great Lakes, and this beer continues that trend. Nosferatu is very balanced for such a hoppy beer. It is incredibly smooth. Not overpowering at all, for and 8%abv. Like with every other Great Lakes beer, this is of perfect quality. " -Chris Spicacci, Beer Supervisor, Woodbridge


Love, Oregon Pinot Noir

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