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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Southbound - Hop'lin IPA
This smooth, medium bodied American IPA will hit the spot. The intense citrus/pine aroma and taste is accompanied with a slight hint of caramel. Pours clear golden color with white head. Aromas of pine, citrus, and caramel. Grapefruit and pine flavors with some caramel. Medium body with average carbonation.
Omission - Gluten Free Pale Ale
Pours hazy amber with a thick white head. Aroma of dry malt and lemon notes. Taste is rich and malty with light hop notes. Palate has a fair amount of hops with some nice earth notes. Good beer, can't even tell its gluten free. Amber in color, Omission Pale Ale’s floral aroma is complemented by caramel malt body, making for a delicious gluten-free craft beer.
Mother Earth Brewing - BooKoo IPA
This popular IPA stands out as one of the finest examples of a West Coast style beer: Bursting with flavor and aroma, finished dry, and most importantly hop-forward. This beer is teeming with fruit and pine notes, and its light gold to blonde color make it drink like a session beer.
Lavignone Piemonte Rosato
2018 Italy - 91pts.
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California - 2016 92 pts.
California - 2014 92 pts.
New Zealand - 2017 91pts.
Beautiful pale salmon in appearance, Lavignone Rosato is even better to drink with aromas of wild strawberry, watermelon, cranberry, fresh-cut grass, and river stone. A refreshing, but modest, backbone of acidity supports a round mouth-feel and velvety texture. The dry and balanced finish is not just pleasurable, it is versatile too.
Food Pairing: Salad of farfalle pasta, fava beans, tomatoes and spring onion to salt-baked red snapper with coconut rice.
Bright and enticing, the latest bottling of our exceptional blend offers a lively bouquet of juicy honeydew melon, juicy pomelo and sweet starfruit aromas that dance with hints of soft white florals and spun sugar. The crisp palate, refreshing finish, balanced by vibrant acidity and subtle hints of white tea and clean mineral. Food Pairing: Grilled scallops and asparagus. Blue cheese and white grapes.
This slightly cloudy dark red colored Pinot Noir from Adler Fels will be a crowd pleaser. The flavor profile is a nice combination of fruits including raspberry and pomegranate peeking thru along with red plum, cranberry and minerality. It closes with a nice dry finish. The entry carries the fruit and earth notes along with an echo of black olive, a hint of white pepper, and a slight caramel oak flavor
Pair with grilled Portobello mushrooms with garlic and baked brie.
This wine offers the classic Marlborough combo of tropical fruit flavors. Pale yellow with brilliant clarity. Aromas of tropical fruit such
as pineapple, passion fruit, and guava. Flinty minerality with herbal notes. On the palate, this is fresh, crisp and clean with passionfruit, pineapple and subtle hints of nettle. The wine has excellent presence and mouthfeel, with balanced acidity and a round finish.
Food Pairings: Feta Cheese, Artichokes and Arugala, Bay Scallops
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
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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: