Your Dekalb Farmers Market
3000 East Ponce De Leon Ave
Decatur, Georgia 30030
At the intersection of East Ponce De Leon Ave. and Laredo Drive, 2 miles inside of I-285 off of Exit #40 (East Ponce De Leon)
Store: 9am - 9pm Daily
Business Sevices: 8am - 5pm
Ph: 404-377-6400 / Fax: 404-377-9274
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Opens with flavors of blackberries,
cherries and plums. Sweet fruit
on the palate is complemented
by notes of spice, toasty oak
and soft tannins.
Ravage Cabernet Sauvignon -
2015 California 88 pts.
" Our flavors are dark, rich and audacious. Dark berries layered with luscious vanilla and mocha to round out the palate. The tannins are soft enough to add balance, while giving structure."~Winery Notes
Klinker Brick Farrah Syrah -
2014 California 94 pts.
This Syrah features aromas of ripe plum, cacao, and smoky oak with subtle earthy floral notes.
The palate is greeted with bright and vibrant flavors of blackberry, anise and exotic spices. Supple tannins and superb balance lend structure to this full-bodied Syrah with a long, lingering finish. A fantastic award-winning wine to enjoy with grilled meats or mushroom risotto.
Underwood Rose' - In a Can!
2016 Oregon 89 pts.
Salmon in color, this Rose is a beachgoers best friend! The Muscat, Pinot Grigio, and Riesling really show on the nose, bringing aromas of peach and white pear. The Pinot Noir and Syrah fill out the medium body and add a savory, yet fruit forward finish highlighted by a slight cherry palate. Pairs well with tailgates, concerts, and sunsets on the sand!
Red Diamond Merlot - 2014
Washington State 90 pts.
ACE Pineapple Cider /Gluten Free - Sonoma, CA 88pts
All natural. Premium craft cider. Certified gluten-free. California original cidery. America's best. Another first for Ace, The Ace Pineapple cider nobody has done one before. A blended marriage of pineapple and apple juice to make a thirst quenching cider that's deliciously refreshing anytime of the year!
GREAT DIVIDE Roadie Grapefruit Radler -
Colorado - 85 pts
ROADIE GRAPEFRUIT RADLER was named both for the road biking cyclist (roadie) and the German word for cycling (radler) and inspired by Great Divide’s roots in the cycling community. Brewed with natural grapefruit puree, this easy-drinking ale pours a hazy sunrise gold and is bursting with citrus aroma. Unique in its class, this Radler is refreshing and slightly tart, with just enough bitterness to keep both cyclists and spectators coming back for more.
Tour appointments may be scheduled Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, 10-11a.m. for groups of 25 or less.
What Double IPA stands for?
Indian Pale Ale with a higher alcohol content, normally above 7.5% by volume.. IPA’s are an early form of “light beer” from pale malts made for the East India Company in the 18th century. Since then, the varieties and flavors are influenced geographically.
95–100 Classic: a great wine
90–94 Outstanding: a wine of superior character and style
85–89 Very good: a wine with special qualities
80-84 Good: a solid, well-made wine
75–79 Mediocre: a drinkable wine that may have minor flaws
50–74 Not recommended
*Wine Spectator 100-Point Scale
The market carries over 700 varieties of wines and 500 varieties of beer, imported and domestic. Our buyers find the most interesting and varied collections at every price range for everyday enjoyment and the most important occasions. Ratings and descriptions for many of our selection will help you make the best choice based upon your taste and regional interests.
Our wine selection is geographically and categorically arranged, so that you will have an easy time finding your favorite wine or discovering something new and interesting. The market even offers a large selection of organic wines to choose from. Always, utilize our staff. They love to talk about the options and help you find something new and different. Don’t be shy.
What are Wine Ratings Points?
Most of our wines are rated by wine critics with the 100 Point Scale popularized by Wine Spectator magazine. This system has some critics, but the 100-point scale is becoming more accepted by professionals and amateurs each year. See the Ratings explanation below: