Greenwich Wine & Spirits Fans Already Feeling the Pinch.
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“Last week, I stopped at a wine store in Glenville to pick up a case of red. Paul, the Store Manager, and Erika, the Assistant Manager, happened to be tasting some red wines made from the Nebbiolo grape. They let me join in.” – Francois Steichen
Greenwich Schools announced on Monday the honor roll for Western Middle School for the first quarter marking period. Students must have at least a B- or above in all classes to make the honor roll.
The event was sponsored by The Greenwich Swim Committee and the YMCA of Greenwich.
Students with GPA’s of 3.6-3.9 are named to the Honor Roll; students with GPA’s of 4.0 and higher are named to the High Honor Roll. Students having any incomplete grades are not eligible for the honor roll.
within weekend-trip distance of Greenwich: a roughly 700 square-mile section of western Massachusetts delimited by the Westfield, Deerfield and Connecticut rivers and vaguely shaped like the bud of a hop plant.
“I recently revisited Fox Farm Brewery, and re-tasted some wines from Virginia. I was last at Fox Farm 3 years ago, and in Virginia over 25 years ago. At the time, neither was ready for prime-time. Both are now. In spades.” – Francois Steichen
Danny’s has provisional approval from the Connecticut Liquor Control Division, and is only awaiting final inspection. This is the fourth shop in the Modi package-store mini-empire, including A1 Cellars and Greenwich Wine & Spirits, both in Riverside, and A1 Cellars in New Canaan.
Greenwich High School released the honor roll and high honor roll for Marking Period 3 this week. Full time students are eligible for Honors and High Honors status based upon their quarterly Grade Point Average.
Christ Episcopal Church hosted a wine and cheese tasting this past Friday evening at the Tomes-Higgins House on the Church’s campus. Approximately 100 members of the congregation and 10 or so purveyors were in attendance.