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Monday, December 16, 2013

Local holiday gift baskets to buy now

Posted By on Mon, Dec 16, 2013 at 11:52 AM

A few of our local merchants have created holiday assortments – but you better act fast, because there's no telling how quickly they'll sell out.

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First up: East End Market's multi-vendor brunch basket. The Holiday Brunch Kit comprises Lineage Roasting coffee, Skyebird Bloody Mary mix, grits and local eggs from Local Roots, cheeses from La Femme du Fromage, mini pop tarts from Olde Hearth, pumpkin bread from Fatto in Casa, greens grown right on-site at the market and even a centerpiece for the brunch table. Only $55! Order here.

For the oenophile, Quantum Leap Winery offers five options, from the Salute Basket ($45) to the Only the Best Basket ($125) — details are listed below.  Quantum Leap bottles and sells environmentally friendly wines in one of our favorite neighborhoods. Another local merchant worth your gifting dollar. Contact the winery at 407-730-3082 or info@quantumleapwinery.com to order a basket.

Remember, local is lovely!

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Quantum Leap baskets:

Salute Basket - $45: One bottle of Kaley’s Red Blend and two Quantum Leap logoed wine glasses.

Happy Days - $55: One bottle each of Kaley’s Rescue Red and Central Coast Chardonnay, Peterbrooke Chocolate Covered Popcorn, and two sets of humorous cocktail napkins.

Good Times Basket - $60: One bottle each of Stellenbosch Merlot and Garda Italian White Blend, Peterbrooke Chocolate Covered Popcorn, and two sets of humorous cocktail napkins.

Red Lovers - $75: One bottle each of Stellenbosch Cabernet Sauvignon and Oregon Pinot Noir, Peterbrooke Chocolate Covered Popcorn, one double-hinged corkscrew and two sets of humorous cocktail napkins.

Only the Best Basket - $125: One bottle each of Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve from Chalk Hill and Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir, Peterbrooke Chocolate Covered Popcorn, one double-hinged corkscrew set of drip collars, and two sets of humorous cocktail napkins.

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