New Jolie-Laide Selections Just Hit~

At Cooper Wine & Spirits we’re BIG fans of Scott Schulz (stranding) and his Jolie-Laide wines.  In fact, in July, Scott hosted Kevan, Sharon and family to a generous afternoon of tasting, learning and sharing in his new digs in Healdsburg, CA.   The wines showed perfectly and the experience was Read more…

Tequila vs. Mezcal

What are the differences between Mezcal and Tequila?   Facts to know about Mezcal Mezcal is ANY agave based spirit native to Mexico. Tequila can only be Blue Agave.  Mezcal can be made from over 30 – 50 different varieties some of which only grow wild.   Only 8 Mexican States Read more…

New Staff Pick!

Molise, the second smallest wine region in Italy after Aosta Valley, sits on the Adriatic side of Italy between Puglia and Abruzzo.   In a region based on agriculture there are less than 20 wineries, with Di Majo recognized as a leader. Di Majo Norante uses only estate grown grapes, Read more…

Spanish Wine Spotlight

Spanish Wine Mix & Match Special Ego Bodegas, Goru Verde – Jumilla, Spain 100% Monastrell same grape as Mourvdere At the foot of the mountains of Tobarra in southwest Spain is where the Jumilla D.O.P. begins. The altitude is high, the region gets crazy hot but the nights stay cool Read more…

Bunnahabhain – “The Mouth of the River”

Bunnahabhain – “The Mouth of the River” Featuring: Bunnahabhain Toiteach A Dhá The Bunnahabhain (Boo-nah-ha-venn) distillery sits on the northern coast of Islay on the shores of its namesake bay, which gives literal meaning to the translation of Bunnahabhain, which means “mouth of the river”. Founded in 1881, this distillery Read more…

Spotlight: Colorado Spirits

Support Colorado’s Wine and Spirit Industry With the struggles of operation and sales during the COVID-19 pandemic, many Colorado wine and spirit producers have seen their sales decimated due to the closing of restaurants.  With that said, we are offering a terrific sale for CapRock Vodka and Gin.  Please take Read more…