Nejaimes Wine Spectacular Sale, Lenox landmark

Posted on November 11, 2009 by Stan Rosen

Wine Anyone who has stayed at Hampton Terrace Bed and Breakfast Inn in Lenox knows we are tied at the hip to our local wine shop, Nejaimes. All guests who take advantage of our Romantic Weekend Special, head there with $30, compliments of us.

For the month of November, those same guests have the chance to leverage their $30 up to 30%! Nejaimes stocks their three stores for a strong summer season each year, then in November they run everything on sale. This year they are adding a new twist: Every bottle of wine priced OVER $50 automatically gets a 30% reduction. Wow. A chance to try those 92+ point Cabernet’s without so much guilt.

One of the hallmarks of Nejaimes….and I am most familiar with the Lenox shop…..is that all of the sales people are knowledgeable about their inventory, and are eager to help you pick the right bottle of wine. You can find scores of beers from around the world. Liquors in all sizes and price ranges. They also specialize in cheeses, single-serving containers of anti-pastas and salads, smoked meats and sausages, desserts including locally made ice cream…..I can’t even cover the tip of the iceberg. www.nejaimeswine.com

How can you start your discount shopping spree with $30 already in the bank? By staying at Hampton Terrace any weekend between November 1st and mid-June for at least two nights. And to add value….a third night is 30% off. We include full breakfast buffet and most of our rooms have fireplaces and Jacuzzis. Rated #1 on Trip Advisor from 25+ Lenox inns and b&bs. Early check-in and late check-out available. Members of the Lenox Chamber of Commerce and the Berkshire Visitors Bureau. Call 800-203-0656.

Topics: Food & Drink, Hampton Terrace Accolades, Local Events/Places/Offers

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