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Patrick Brady
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Attended Emory University
Lives in Atlanta, GA
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My name is Patrick Brady and I am one of the managers of Capital City Package in Atlanta, Georgia. I have a vast knowledge of wine, beer and liquor from around the world to assist you with your shopping experience! In my spare time I enjoy fishing, biking, running, home brewing and Volkswagens.
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Check out my blog about my summer spent in #Burgundy . 
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Super excited that it's the season for whiskey. My shop just got in a bunch of great bottles. Anyone had these? What are you favorites? Check them out here: http://bit.ly/1h5jfOf.
 
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Hi +Larry Kantrowitz my brother is Mike Veach. You may have heard of him - Bourbon Hall of Fame, KY bourbon Society, writer, commentator etc... I get some excellent opportunities through him to try stuff whenever I go home for visits. Maybe when I retire I'll look into a liquor license. I think that I'm too far into bourbon to give other spirits the shake they deserve and it (the store) would probably suffer as a result.
I live in upstate SC and get to Atlanta only once or twice a year (I dislike traffic and big cities in general) but the next time I do, I'll be looking up your place. Do you have all the letters for the Blantons? Not that I can afford that much at one time. I am working on my spelling though. :-)
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I just got the 2009, 2010, and 2011 vintages of Chinon Clos de l'Echo in the shop, and I'm really excited to get the 1976 vintage in soon. Has anyone tried any of these yet? The 2009 is young, but very drinkable. 
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Does anyone use RateBeer.com? We just started using it and thinks it's great. You can see your profile here:
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Grilled Vegetables and Quinoa
For this recipe, we used asparagus, yellow bell pepper, portabella mushrooms, and broccoli. We did not skewer the asparagus, but you may choose to because it can be tough to keep them from falling into the grill. 

Ingredients
1 dry cup quinoa (we used scarlet and white)
An assortment of vegetables, preferably whatever is in season, chopped to about 2-inch pieces. 

For the marinade:
¼ cup soy sauce or tamari
2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
1 clove minced garlic
Juice of 1 lime
Salt and pepper

Directions
Combine all of the ingredients for the marinade and toss with all the vegetables except the asparagus. Marinate for about an hour, and then make skewers. If using wooden skewers, make sure to soak them.

Rinse the quinoa and cook according to package directions.
Heat the grill to medium-high heat. Grill the vegetables for about 4 minutes on each side or until they get nice grill marks. If using asparagus, grill separately until they are just done. This will depend on the thickness of your asparagus. 

Season the quinoa with salt and pepper, and plate your dinner. Enjoy with a nice glass of Sancerre, available exclusively at Capital City Package.

Roland Tissier at Fils Sancerre 

This beautiful wine hails from the Sancerre area of the Loire Valley, where Sancerre wines originated. This region generally produces fruity, balanced wines with a well-represented minerality thanks to the soil in the area, which consists of marl and gravel. The Roland Tissier at Fils bottle is no different; this wine tastes exactly how Sancerre should taste, making it a beautiful example from this region.

Sancerre is made from Sauvignon blanc grapes, but has some noticeable distinctions from other Sauvignon blancs. Sancerre is generally pretty acidic, and has a nice, assertive mineral profile and lovely citrus notes. Roland Tissier at Fils’ Sancerre is very bright, crisp, and tangy.

This is a great deck wine, and goes fabulously with a late summer meal like grilled vegetables and quinoa.

http://www.capitalwineandliquor.com/blog/2013/09/03/great-french-wine-summer-recipe
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Good choice, I have yet to taste a wine that pairs well with asparagus as a Sancere!
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This is the Hospice de Beaune in #France. I spent a summer in Burgundy, eating great food and drinking fantastic local wine. You can read more about my experience here: http://bit.ly/19UQFvj. 
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There's a Wemyss Scotch tasting at Atmosphere on Piedmont tomorrow night. $30 for a charcuturie and cheese plate and a tasting including 7 scotches from Wemyss. It's being hosted by +Capital City Package and William Wemyss. Call the restaurant to reserve your spot, it should be a great night.
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Anyone here in Atlanta? I'm going to a Wemyss Scotch tasting hosted by William Wemyss tomorrow. If anyone's interested, it's at Atmosphere on Piedmont. You have to call and reserve a spot though. Is anyone else going?
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Does anyone use RateBeer.com? I just started using it, and I'm trying to find my way around.
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I've used ratebeer for bar reviews. 
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Check out http://bit.ly/15AAtge for my review of a great #frenchwine  and a tasty grilled veggie #recipe.
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