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Café NosVino is Open!


That's right — we finally have outdoor seating for our customers! Whether you're waiting for a table to open at your favorite restaurant, looking for a spot to sit, sip, refresh, and relax after a day of shopping, in need of that perfect rendezvous spot for date night or making sure the evening doesn't have to end just because dinner is over ... we've got everything you need at Café NosVino!

You know us for the best wine and craft beer in the area. Now you can also help yourself to our brand new selection of cheeses, charcuterie, crackers, jams and chocolates!

Selections Include:

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Rouzaire Fougerus Cheese
Cousin to brie, Fourgerus is a Coulommiers style cheese aged with fern leaves made by the French cheese house Rouzaire. Flavor will be creamy, mushroomy and slightly woodsy.

Plymouth Original Cheese
Founded in the late 1800's by the father of President Calvin Coolige. Plymouth original is a cheddar style cheese aged for 1 year.

Plymouth Hunter Extra Aged
A cheddar style cheese aged for 2 years.

Lazy Lady Goat Cheese
Lazy Lady Dairy is run by Laini Fondiller, located on the Vermont/Canada border. Laini breeds and raises her own goats and spends upwards of 80 hours a week working. The La Roche is a bloomy goat cheese cone modeled after the French Chabichou with a bloomy rind, creamy outside and chalky center. Flavor will be lactic, slightly spicy and rich.

Olympia Chorizo Rioja
Elias Cairo founded Olympia about 10 years ago as the first American producer to go back to using natural pork casing to make his dry cured salamis. The Chorizo Rioja has classic chorizo spiced including smoked paprika and cayenne with the addition of oregano.

La Quercia Prosciutto
Based in Iowa, raising heritage breed pigs, vegetarian fed, hormone and antibiotics free and pasture raised.

Mitica Fig Jam
Made with fresh Pajarero figs, lemon honey and that's it! From Valencia, Spain.

Stop by Café NosVino today and enjoy these artisan snacks alongside your favorite wines and craft brews!

Father's Day is June 18! Stop by NosVino to get Gifts for Dad! Whiksey! Tasting/sampler kits, Scotch, Bourbon! Craft Beer! Variety packs, BBQ favs, Beer Club memberships! Great wine! Steak pairings, "cellar vintages," wine club memberships! Plus cigars, glasses, accessories and more!

Cheers to Dads!

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