The Secret Cellar

+1 319-841-2172 1202 Curtis Bridge Road NE
Shueyville, IA
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Want to learn The Secret? Stop by and experience an enjoyable visit to the one and only wine, gift, imported beer, and cheese shop in Shueyville, Iowa. Opened in December of 2004, this quaint boutique is overflowing with wonderful and unique items to suit a variety of tastes, and our selection is always changing to offer you something new! While you are there, take your time browsing and don't by too shy to ask for a recommendation on what would go great with your Thanksgiving turkey, or what to bring to the dinner party you're headed to. – Description from iskicm

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  • ‘Hey, I’m hearing great things about the Finger Lakes,’ spoken by the collective ‘they.’ Sure, I’d tasted a bottle of Konstantin Frank or two, but embarrassingly had never visited. Summer heat finally drove me to the car, down past the paper trail of Scranton, PA’s ‘The Office,’ north bound to Ithaca, the tail of Cayuga Lake, where all the smart... Read More

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  • After four installments of "Building a Cellar on a Budget," the chant of "Where’s California in all of this?" has grown to be more than I can bear! Yes, of course there are great selections from California, and I can already hear the protest groups forming in Oregon, Washington, and Virginia, so please bear with me. There’s no specific reason I’... Read More

    From the article Great Values for the Cellar 5


  • This week’s installment of "stuffing your cellar on a Happy Meal budget" takes a look at grapes instead of regions. While both of our chosen grapes, Grenache and Syrah, excel in France's Rhone Valley, they also have found a happy home in many other regions. In Grenache's case, that includes (not surprisingly) its Spanish homeland. Syrah, on the... Read More

    From the article Stocking Up on Syrah


  • Well, we really got a lot of feedback from you Francophiles out there after last week’s Italo-centric email. Okay! UNCLE. I relent! This week, I’ll take a look at some of the greatest deals on the planet for age-worthy wines from France, and as a double bonus, next week’s email will be a special split featuring wines from France, as well as a f... Read More

    From the article Great Values for the Cellar 3


  • We got started last time with a short list of cellarable wine values for the cellar. I only touched on Portugal and Spain, but judging from the response it looks like we’re going to have to dig a bit deeper to satisfy every palate out there. This week we return to the regions that are nearest and dearest to my heart: The great wine-producing va... Read More

    From the article Great Values for the Cellar 2


  • Bogle Vineyards Red Blend California Phantom 2006

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    2009/2010I have purchased and gifted at least 6 cases of this to people who I know that want to learn and get into wine. At this price point it drinks so well above what is charged that it seems like a dirty little secret that you want to only share with those close to you. This is the best of the everyday drinking wines, where you enjoy excel... Read More

    Wine review by wine o new york


  • I tried to search for a forum about this but I couldn't find one, even though I'm sure there is somewhere. Put simply, I am extremely confused about French Wines - I know they don't put the varietal on the label but that's about it. How do you know what you're buying? Can anyone give me any details or direct me to any good references about this ... Read More

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  • I joined this site tonight after buying a bottle of finca las moras - Cabernet sauvignon and after the first sip i wasn't very impressed but I let it sit for a few minutes and its actually really good! It was only £3.50 @ co-op. Read More

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  • We are thrilled to have a first hand report on the 2008 German vintage from our friend Justin Christoph. Justin's report on the Wet auctions, where the greatest German wines go for princely sums, gives us a great view into the inner working of the German auction market, as well as a sneak peak at the style and quality of the vintage, and so much... Read More

    From the article Wet auctions and Two Hands


  • We're glad to announce the launch of The Pinot Club (www.thepinotclub.com), a wine club for explorers and lovers of Pinot Noir. We have tasted through hundreds of Pinots, and selected 6 for our first shipment. We also have a list of One-Offs, hard-to-find wines that are highly allocated. In addition to our regular shipments and the One-Offs, we ... Read More

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