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76 Prospect St., Gloucester, MA 01930
978 282-1455
Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 11 am - 6 pm
Welcoming you back to Savour as we return to regular hours.  We are well rested, gratefully safe and healthy as we hope you are.   

The Promise of the New Year starts with "our" collective efforts to continue safeguarding our health, benefiting us all!  Please know we continue to provide the safest possible shopping experience with your help - wearing masks - social distancing at least 6 feet store wide, the option to wash your hands in our lavs across from our chef's kitchen, and know the air you are breathing is being purified continuously, every-hour by our hi-tech Molekule air filters.    
As you scroll down the homepage please check out News & New @ Savour for the latest....
How to access our complimentary Kiosk tasting, it's easy and safe ...All the ways to shop Savour ...and more.
To Sharing A Promising New Year With You!
                                            Kathleen, Bob, Courtney, Shari, Nick  
  • News & New @ Savour

    We are Open To All!  Welcoming everyone wearing masks. Suggest washing your hands in our two lavs by the rear entrance, and practicing social distancing 6 feet, storewide.

    To maximize the purity of Savor’s air quality with your and our team’s health and safety our foremost objective, we have invested in five state of the air purifying units.

    Our new high quality air filters from Molekule, with blue light (PECO) and Hepa technology, clear the air of 99.9% of viruses, bacteria, allergens every hour in Savour.

     The Molekules add to our open kitchen’s restaurant-grade exhaust hood circulating the air storewide. And, not to be overlooked, at check out, we always spray your credit card with hand sanitizer. Please know you are breathing the best quality air every time you visit us, all our programs working in concert to provide a reliably safe, relaxing, shopping experience.

    Our pledge to you and our team

    -Kathleen Morgan

     Also New, our "Get & Go" fridge, placed next to the cheese and charcuterie cases, to easily select packaged deli foods without assistance, and be out in a flash!

     Holiday packaged wine gifts of $20, $30 & $40, each with two wines. Complimentary Kiosk tastings of 20 select wines for holidays dining. The ease of giving Savour Gift Certificates.

     Importantly, we are pleased to continue our popular Curbside Pickup, and

    free delivery* exclusively on Cape Ann, for all who prefer it, to best serve your needs for safety and convenience.

     Free delivery* requires a minimum purchase of $50 includes: wine, beer, cheese, charcuterie, pantry item, everything Savor.  Require a person 21yrs to receive orders & recipient’s phone # to confirm delivery time.


Currently on the Wine Machines

Domaine ded Buamard “La Calèche” Chenin/Chardonnay

Aromas of pears, lemons, peaches, and honey with floral and mineral hints.  Great tension on the palete, which is pure with persistence and incredible precision. Easy-drinking and dry with well-balanced acidity and great structure – a great house wine! $17.99

Schiopetto “Collio” Friulano

A traditional wine made from 100% Tocai Friulano, the historic indigenous varietal from Collio of Gorizia.  It is highly aromatic with pear and apricot dominant on the palate, underscored by hints of almonds and wild flowers.  Makes a great aperitif and a unique pairing with Asian flavors. $27.99

Eva Fricke Kiedrich Trochen Riesling

Delicate aroma of lemon and lime, with a fine balance between crisp acidity and depth of fruit and silky texture. A slight smokiness on the palate brings complexity to the crystalline fruit.  $29.99

Herman Moser Gruner Veltliner Karmeliterberg

This wine's bright, citrusy nose has green pear, fern and white pepper nuances. The palate keeps that citric tone and adds a wonderful dose of tingling white pepper. It's lively, savory and luscious. $21.99

Chateau Pesquié Les Terrasses Rosè

Pesquié Terraces Rosé showcases the wonderful aromatics and funkiness of Cinsault tempered by the fruitiness of Grenache and the acidity of Syrah. While there is always plenty of delicate, sweet-tart, red-fruit flavor, the healthy portion of Cinsault gives a compelling and savory edge to this classic wine for Thanksgiving. $17.99

Cà Dei Frati Rosa

The southern banks of the Benaco in Lombardy have long preserved the tradition of an outstanding, fresh and graceful wine like the Rosa dei Frati.  Made from the indigenous varietsls: Groppello, Marzemino, Sangiovese and Barbera, on the nose, there are clear hints of hawthorn flowers, green apple, white almond and wild cherry. On the palate, it is tasty, fresh, and savoury with crisp acidity and hints of red berry fruit. Refreshing, full-bodied and full or fruit, a great compliment to turkey and cranberries! $19.99

Keenan Spring Mountain Napa Chardonnay

A spectacular wine from 100% Spring Mountain fruit in Napa Valley.  “The 2017 Chardonnay gives fragrant jasmine, honeysuckle, white peaches and clotted cream on the nose with an almond croissant and beeswax undercurrent. The palate is medium-bodied, elegant, fresh and satiny textured with a long and fragrant finish.” (91 pts. Robert Parker). $44.99

Domaine Barmes-Buecher Rosenberg Pinot Blanc

A premier cru Pinot Blanc from Alsace, biodynamically farmed from 100% Pinot Blanc vines more than 40 years old.  The wine is aromatic, soft, and lush, bursting with apricot and white peaches.  A Pinot Blanc of exceptional concentration and intense flavor,  the wine exudes hints of fresh cream, citrus peel and toast, backed by plenty of fresh acidity and a suave, almost Burgundian texture. Long, rich and refined on the finish." $24.99

Vajra Dolcetto d’Alba Coste & Fossanti

100% Dolcetto, this wine owes its name to the two vineyards where fruit is sourced: Coste di Vergne and Fossati, both in the town of Barolo with altitudes ranging from 400 to 480 meters. The wine is aged 8 – 12 months in the cellar before bottling.  The 2018 Dolcetto d'Alba Coste & Fossati is a gorgeous wine, offering lovely mid-palate depth, but in a restrained, aromatic style that is hugely appealing. Dark red cherry, red plum, chocolate, licorice and spice all flesh out in this delicious and inviting Dolcetto. (90 points – The Wine Spectator) $24.99

Nudant Volnay 1er Cru Les Santenots, 2016

Volnay 1er Cru Les Santenots is one the most famous red 1er Cru of the Côte de Beaune. Les Santenots vineyard is located in the southern part of Volnay, near the village of Meursault. The particular structure of the soil (limestone, gravel and marl) makes Les Santenots a very powerful wine, redolent of blackberries, forest floor and a bit of wet stone – a remarkable value at $44.99 for a single-vineyard, premier cru, from a classic vintage!

Domaine Lagneau Cotes-de-Brouilly

Domaine Lagneau Côte de Brouilly is everything you want in a food-friendly wine that's juicy, fruity and fresh - all thanks to the incredibly versatile Gamay grape. Put a slight chill on this Côte de Brouilly, and you can be sure of a light-bodied, easy drinking delight that has lots of concentrated flavor! Cru Beaujolais at its finest. (Cynthia Hurley) $22.99

Cherry Hill Winery Estate Pinot Noir

Velvety, fragrant, light and appealing for the ripe blueberry and plum flavors that rise up through the refined tannins and linger on the deftly balanced finish. (91 points, The Wine Spectator).  “The Cherry Hill Winery Estate Pinot Noir is handcrafted from the  Pommard clone, producing an elegant,  delicate pinot noir.  The fruit for this beautiful wine was hand picked from Cherry Hill’s best vineyard blocks.  The wine aged in neutral French oak for one year, resulting in a garnet beautiful color and silky texture. Like all things of beauty, this wine will improve with age, but it is a beauty now!” (Winemaker Notes) $29.99

Roterfaden and Rosswag “Terasses” Red

This unique wine is a fascinating blend of several ancient indigenous German varietals, including Trollinger and Schwarzriesling.  The coop of Roterfaden tends vineyards in southern Germany on a nature preserve.  This is a labor of love between the wine coop and the village to preserve their heritage, producing a graceful, luscious, medium-bodied red “to quench the soul and preserve the place.”  It has layers of red berry fruit with underpinnings of chalk and stone – a remarkable value. $19.99

Maremma Toscana 6, 42 Degree Red

This lively and very versatile red is produced on the “Tenuta La Badiola” estate at the 42 degree latitude in the Tuscany region of Maremma.  Its unique blend of 6 different types of grapes (organically farmed), including Sangiovese, Merlot, and Syrah, makes for a wine that has both structure and finesse.  I love it as a house wine to go with everything from roast chicken (or turkey) to pork and salmon.  The dark plum and cherry fruit jumps out on the front of the palette, but the wine finishes dry.  It is wonderful with many pasta dishes as well as vegetarian specialties, such as chicken Florentine or vegetable lasagna.

Quinta do Casal Monteiro

Made exclusively from estate-grown Touriga Nacional grapes, unoaked, this wine is bright, fresh, and ready to drink now.  Harvesting at the ideal maturation point, resulted in a fully aromatic and concentrated wine with good structure, complexity and a persistent finish.  It pairs particularly well with mature cheeses, and roasted poultry.  This is another great find from Portugal! $19.99

Firriato Le Sabbie Dell ’Etna Rosso

Le Sabbie dell’Etna Rosso comes to the glass with a delicious and complex bouquet with notes of cinnamon, black pepper, blackcurrant and cherries.  Only the extraordinary terroir of Castiglione di Sicilia, on the slopes of Europe’s largest active volcano, Mt. Etna, could yield a wine with such great personality.  Crafted from the native vine varietietals of Nerello Mascalese and Nerello Cappuccio, the velvety, medium-bodied, dry red is an excellent alternative to Pinot Noir.  It is so versatile with food that I had it with lobster recently and found it to be a great match, along with the white wine from the same producer, “Jasmin,” from the ancient Zibibbo grape.  $25.99

Hamilton-Russel “Ashbourne” Red

This lower alcohol unwooded blend of 80% Pinotage and 20% Cinsault is made from grapes sourced from old vineyards in the Swartland appellation. The richness and depth of the Pinotage is freshened by the lightness and brightness of the Cinsault, giving the wine great balance and flexibility with food.  With lovely spice notes of nutmeg, cinamom, and clove, this is another wine I like for a “house wine.” It is pleasant to drink on its own, with cheeses for an appetizer, or with many types of full-flavored fish, such as Tuna and Swordfish. $17.99

Les Maisons Rouges Garance Pineau d’Aunis

With a red maple leaf depicted on the label, this is a natural and my pick for a traditional Thanksgiving feast.  Les Maison Rouges red vines are planted exclusively with Pineau d’Aunis, another ancient varietal of the Loire Valley, organically grown and biodynamically farmed.  It is a parent of the Chenin grape whose origin dates back to the middle ages.  Its name comes from a selection made in that period to the Piory of Aunis in the town of Dampierre, near Saumur in le Maine and Loir.  Also called Chenin Noir, its organoleptic characteristics are close to that of its illustrious cousin-it has aromatic richness, finesse, and spicy, peppery notes.  Delightfully complex, it rounds out the simple roasted foul or pork tenderloin. $29.99

Monacesca Carmerte

The Matelica region of the Marche, where the Monacesca (Monastery) winery is located, is one of the most unique growing zones in all of Italy; it is a north-south valley in the middle of the Apennine mountain range that once was a salt lake, producing wines that are crisp and structured, but also full-bodied and lush.  The 2016 La Monacesca “Camerte” Marche Rosso is 70% Sangiovese, which gives the wine its backbone, length and structure, while the 30% Merlot gives the wine a bit of richness, supple flow and personality.  The wine shows lots of ripe cherry character balanced with a meaty savory expression from the Merlot. This is a big wine for those who might try a Beef Tenderloin or Lamb roast for Thanksgiving. Try it with your favorite recipe for Spaghetti Bolognese! $25.99

Omen Red Blend

This has become one of my favorite American red blends, made from an interesting combination of Zinfandel, Syrah, Barbera, and Petit Syrah, grown in the foothills of the Sierra mountain range.  Blackberry, cherry, and dark chocolate aromas dominate with spicy hints of licorice and clove.  This is a great wine for a juicy burger, barbecued pork or chicken – great for a winter repast with a fire blazing nearby.  $21.99 
We are also tasting at the wine machines.
 Having completed our delayed Summer Grand Wine Tasting, both a virtual and select Kiosk tasting throughout September, welcome your comments about the programs as we look to improve our ongoing programs with your input. Please email: kathleen@savourwineandcheese.com, and share your thoughts during your next visit.

Thank You!

Inviting You To Enjoy A Complimentary, Scheduled, Private Kiosk Tasting:  Safe, Informative and with Riedal Sips.

Here’s What You Need to Know ….

Welcoming one customer or a couple at a time for the kiosk tasting in Savour.  We are scheduling private, complimentary tastings every half-hour, 20-minutes devoted to tasting up to 20 bottles from noon and 5PM, Tuesday - Saturday.

For the Safest, Efficient, Digital Kiosk Tasting Experience,

1.Wearing a “mask," please wash hands in our restroom on the left as you enter from the back door.

2.Your temperature check is next as you will be removing your mask to taste.

3.Your Riedel wine glass awaits at the kiosks.  Used wine glasses are removed and washed after each tasting.

4.You receive a “digital tasting card” to access the kiosk. Enjoy your private kiosk tasting of up to 20 select wines. Kiosk is sanitized after each tasting

5.Tasting wines are displayed at the kiosk. Kathleen welcomes providing insights about featured kiosk wines.

Savour’s Current (Covid) Discount Policy**

Save 5% on 12 bottles or more - applies to all customers

Wine Club Members - Save 5% on 6 to 11 bottles

Save 10% on purchases over $600 - all customers

**Discounts are automatically applied with the option to donate your discount to our local charity partner, Pathways for Children


Three Ways to Shop Everything Savour 

Tuesday - Saturday  /  11 - 6

For In-Store - Face Masks / Face Coverings are required

Suggest hand washing upon entering in our Lav    

Please practice social distancing, 6', storewide

Kiosk tasting is open! One person or a couple at a time


For ordering Curbside Pickup

Call 978. 282.1455 – between 11 -  6 

Tell us what you need, wines, Savour foods ...

Kathleen welcomes making wine selections & wine pairings

Upon arrival call from parking lot & we'll bring the order to your car


For ordering from the Online Store, 24/7

go to:  savourwineandcheese.com/main.sc 

View & order over 500+ curated wines

We call to confirm your order & schedule pickup or free delivery*


                                                                             Thank You
                                                                     Kathleen & the Savour team



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