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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Get your wine at Edwards Food Giant on Cantrell in the Tanglewood Shopping Center

Posted By on Wed, Nov 29, 2017 at 3:10 PM

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Planning a fine dining experience in your own kitchen? Edwards Food Giant has you covered. Your favorite wines have arrived at your neighborhood grocer on Cantrell in the  Tanglewood Shopping Center.

The wines

Francis Coppola
Ruffino
Layer Cake
Artezin
Trivento
Alamos
Kaiken
Gascón
Sledgehammer 
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Dead Bolt
Trapiche
Ravens Wood
Gnarly Head
Bridlewood
Dreaming Tree
Kenwood
William Hill
Root: 1 Chateau Julien
Leese-Fitch
Entwine
Bogle
Dark Horse
Genesis
Yellow Tail
…many more!
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And for the complete experience, pair your wine with a filet mignon from the deli counter.

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