Wine Shop Deals in Miami
You never have to blame it on the alcohol when you drink a fine wine -- unless it's considered a crime to wear a beret. Toast to a dignified drink with today's deal: Pay $10 for $20 to spend on wine and merchandise at Gulf Liquors on Alton Road. Established in 1970, this shop boasts 1,600 boutique wines, many of which can't be found elsewhere in the city. Score a unusual red blend from Chile, like the Maison Du Lac Premium Almendro 1996, or try the limited release Beringer Sbragia Chardonnay, which earned 93 points from Wine Enthusiast and features roasted pineapple, candied ginger, and crème brûlée flavors. This fine wine store garnered five stars from Citysearchers, all of whom can sip away without ever having to say "I'm sorry" -- unless they eat all the cheese at the party. Want more? Check out Gulf Liquors on Facebook.
Opening its doors in 2011, Cheese Culture quickly gained notice with the Sun Sentinel singing its praises just two months later: "[It] lives up to its 'a whey of life' motto with customer-friendly European flair and a feast of international and domestic artisan cheese." Venture to this 1,000-square-foot Las Olas Boulevard shop and discover why it has people talking: $45 ($90 value) for a wine and cheese pairing class for two Includes four boutique small-production wines and six artisan cheeses An expert guides you through each bite during the 90-minute session Sip and enjoy the fruity and dry notes of different wines that pair perfectly with cheese from around the world
Dive into true local flavor at Le Select Wine and Tapas, which is connected to a cigar shop and serves up authentic Spanish and Cuban cuisine: $15 for $30 to spend on food Includes one glass of wine Menu boasts traditional tapas, as well as burgers and Cuban sandwiches
The Fine Print
Limit 1 per customer, up to 3 additional as gifts • Limit 1 per table per visit • $30 valid for food only ª Valid only for dine-in • Includes 1 glass of wine • Entire value must be used in a single visit
Dive into true local flavor at this tapas restaurant, which is connected to a cigar shop and serves up authentic Spanish and Cuban cuisine: • $15 for $30 to spend on food • Includes one glass of wine • Menu boasts traditional tapas, as well as burgers and Cuban sandwiches Le Select Wine and Tapas's Website | Facebook