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With hundreds of craft beers to choose from and a huge create-your-own-six-pack shelf, Mills has something for everyone and an easy way to try new brands without the large investment.
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We are committed to stocking your old favorites, but want to encourage you to discover new and exciting wine finds, ranging from classified growth Bordeaux to the simplest of table wines.
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Peruse the amazing variety of Scotch, Bourbon, Whisky, Rum, Tequila, Vodka, Gin, Liqueur, Cognac, Brandy and much more that Mills Fine Wine & Spirits has to offer.
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Creating a Fine Taste In Annapolis Since Prohibition

In post-Prohibition Annapolis, Billy Mills operated a general store replete with necessary supplies, all-important liquor and chicken coops out back producing farm fresh eggs.
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January Staff Picks Wines
Jan 6 – Feb 3 all-day

Check out our monthly “Staff Picks” wines, where we choose 12 of our current favorite wines, specially chosen to pair well with seasonal dishes and that present good value for the price. Save 10% on any purchases, or put together a mixed-or-matched case of 12 bottles for a 20% discount.






January Staff Picks

Domaine de L’Afantiere 2021 Macon-Uchizy, Burgundy, France (Aron)

Our old standby white Burgundy from the village of Uchizy by Raphael Sallette is currently out of stock in distribution, which led us to this wonderful creation, also produced by Raphael Sallette however under the different label of Domaine de L’Afantiere.  This is 100% Chardonnay planted to clay and limestone soils that sees no oak, resulting in a fresh expression exhibiting Asian pear, lime, and mineral notes, excellent to pair with seafood or poultry during the cold winter months .


Mills Club: $15.29

Case Price: $13.59                                                    


Portlandia 2021 Pinot Gris, Willamette Valley, Oregon (Pat)

Portlandia was founded by Damian Davis, who fell in love with Oregon after a cross country trek from Florida. He loved it so much that he decided to change careers from the tech industry to wine! From the Willamette Valley, this dry yet exuberant Pinot Gris shows aromas of Meyer lemon and pear and flavors of apricot and nectarine. Smooth with zippy acidity and rich minerality this crisp, refreshing white wine will pair well with pan seared rockfish with a lemon butter sauce or crab cakes with garlic aioli.


Sale $14.39                                                                                       


Alberto Nanclares 2021 “Dandelion” Albariño, Riax Baixas, Spain (Andrew)

Dandelion is an old friend returned to the shelves of Mills, after a lengthy absence due to worldwide popularity.  Developed by former Madrid economist Alberto Nanclares turned Riax Baixas “Garagista” winemaker, this vintage is as good as ever. Showing passionfruit, grapefruit and stone fruit notes with lovely minerality plus a pleasingly round texture and not-over-arching acidity make this a wonderful Albariño to pair with food; try with pan seared scallops or shrimp tacos with bright pineapple salsa.


Mills Club: $26.09

Case Price: $23.19                                                     ORGANIC                              


Izadi 2020 Larrosa Rioja Rosado, Spain (Andres)

Made from 100% Garnacha, this dry Rosè from the highest elevations in Rioja shows bright pomegranate and red cherry notes, striking a fine balance of fruit and acidity. Richer than your typical Provence Rosè, this “winter rosè” can stand up to some stronger flavors – go ahead and pair this with pepperoni pizza or spicy Mexican or Indian food.


Mills Club: $9.00

Case Price: $8.00                                                      


Cantina Miglianico “Pietra Majello” 2021 Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, Italy (Tim)

Cantina Miglianico is a consortium of small Italian farmers in Abruzzo.  This red is made from mostly Montepulciano and a small amount of Sangiovese, barrel aged for 9 months. Dry, soft and smooth with notes of cranberry and plum, the acidity makes this a good pairing for tomato based dishes – try with weeknight pizza or spaghetti and meatballs.


Mills Club: $9.00

Case Price: $8.00                                                                              


Domaine la Manarine 2020 Cotes du Rhone, France (Jen & Jerry)

Domaine la Manarine is a Rosenthal imported Rhone producer headed up by the talented Gilles Gasq since 2001. Located on a plateau in the southern Rhone commune of Travaillan, most of the vineyards are situated on the well-known “Plan de Dieu”, an area recognized for soil composed of hard limestone quartz “galets”, or large, smooth temperature moderating pebbles. Somewhat unusually, this Cotes du Rhone is made from 100% Grenache aged in stainless steel tanks for 24 months.  Spicy and full-bodied, this red has the garrigue notes typical of the region, making it the perfect pairing with roast chicken with Mediterranean herbs or pork chops with pancetta stuffing.


Mills Club: $17.99

Case Price: $15.99                                                                 ORGANIC                                          

Boutari Kretikos 2020 Red, Crete, Greece (David)

Comprised of indigenous varietals 60% Kotsifali and 40% Mandilaria from the island of Crete, this wine shows blueberry and red fruit aromas and plum, cherry and spice on the palate. Good acidity and soft tannins make this a great pairing with hard cheeses and charcuterie, or a slow cooked pot roast or beef stew.


Mills Club Price: $14.39

Case: $12.79


Matias Riccitelli “Hey” Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina (Andres)

Matias Riccitelli started this boutique winery in 2009, and at 1100 meters above sea level the vineyards are the highest in Lujan de Cuyo.  This 100% Malbec is matured 70% in small concrete vats and 30% in used French oak barrels, resulting in a fresh, vibrant expression of Malbec exuding juicy black fruits with notes of violet and black pepper.  Try with pan seared steak or oven baked ribs.  Rated 91pts Wine Advocate.


Mills Club $17.99

Case $15.99                                                               


Chateau Beaumont 2016 Haut-Mèdoc, France (Tim)

A Bordeaux comprised of mostly Cabernet Sauvignon from the excellent 2016 Bordeaux vintage, this is a medium-bodied red featuring dense black fruit, boysenberry, cedar, and lead pencil notes.  Serve this Bordeaux with braised beef or lamb.  Rated 90pts Wine Advocate.


Mills Club: $26.99

Case Price: $23.99    


Reed 2021 “Knife Edge” Shiraz, Great Western, Australia (Jen & Jerry)

This Shiraz grown in the cooler climate Grampians of Australia is more reminiscent of Northern Rhone Syrah, showing pepper, sage and olive notes alongside tart blue fruits.  Winemaker Sierra Reed has worked around the World including Barolo, Central Otago and Beaujolais before settling in beautiful Western Victoria where she makes elegant, streamlined reds using minimal intervention winemaking principles. Aged in large format used French oak this is a fine pairing for lamb, duck breast, or braised beef.


Mills Club: $36.89

Case Price: $32.79


Scattered Peaks 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa, California (Andrew)

Scattered Peaks is a project started by Joel Aiken, longtime winemaker at BV (Beaulieu Vineyards).  This bold Napa Cabernet Sauvignon boasts notes of black cherry, ripe plum and wild cherry, with subtler nuances of pepper, clove and vanilla. Firm tannins call for a match with well-marbled steak.


Mills Club: $31.49

Case Price: $27.99                                                    


Far Eastern Shore Winery “Winter” Red, Maryland (Pat)

From the charming Eastern Shore town of Easton, this spiced Pomegranate Zinfandel is a sweet and spicy wine perfect as a base for a winter party sangria, served warmed as a mulled wine or chilled as an after dinner dessert. Contains 12% ABV and 8% residual sugar.


Mills Club: $14.39

Case Price: $12.79






February Staff Picks Wines
Feb 3 – Mar 3 all-day

Check out our monthly “Staff Picks” wines, where we choose 12 of our current favorite wines, specially chosen to pair well with seasonal dishes and that present good value for the price. Save 10% on any purchases, or put together a mixed-or-matched case of 12 bottles for a 20% discount.

February Staff Picks

Lelievre “Leucquois” NV Brut Blanc de Noir, France (Aron)

In the Northeast France region of Lorraine lies the Cotes de Toul appellation, where vines were originally planted by the Romans centuries ago. This is where brothers Vincent and David Lelièvre farm Pinot Noir, Auxerrois and Gamay planted to clay-limestone hillsides.   This example of their work is a Champagne-Methode Blanc de Noir made from Gamay. Exhibiting crisp notes of raspberry and pit fruit, good acidity and yeasty, earthy undertones, this is an ideal aperitif or celebratory toast!


Mills Club: $23.39

Case Price: $20.79                                                     ORGANIC                  


Domaine du Possible Cours Toujours, Roussillon, France (Pat)

You can place firmly in the unusual category this dry white wine from Southern France by Loic Roure, a winemaker with a sense of humor. The estate name “Domaine du Possible” is a double entendre: doing things to the best of one’s ability, but also meaning “anything’s possible”. This blend of 70% Macabeo and 30% Carignan Gris from schist and granite soils shows star fruit, quince, apple and quartz notes with good acidity and a long, almost saline finish. Try with sole or cod baked “en Papillote”, Mediterranean white bean soup, or a hearty winter salad featuring cranberries, goat cheese, and balsamic vinaigrette.


Mills Club $35.09

Case Price $31.19                                                      ORGANIC                                                                  

Gracetown 2020 Chardonnay, Margaret River, Australia (David)

An incredible value, this Chardonnay hails from Margaret River, a region marked by red gravel loam soils and strong maritime climate influence. A short four months in mostly used French oak provides roundness and complexity while partial malolactic fermentation lends some soft creamy texture. Notes of apple butter, nectarine, toasty almond and wet stone are pleasing. Pair with a creamy garlic chicken with pasta, corn chowder or cream of crab soup, or seared scallops with a butter sauce and roasted root vegetables.


Mills Club: $9.00

Case Price: $8.00.                                                                                         


Center of Effort “Effort” 2020 Chardonnay, Edna Valley, California (Tim)

Some might recognize the label from their Pinot Noir we previously featured (now finally back in stock!). This white wine matches their Pinot Noir in quality and elegance. All estate grown, this is fermented in French oak, concrete and Acacia, undergoes complete malolactic fermentation, then ages on the lees for 11 months, providing for a rich expression of Chardonnay countered with balanced acidity.  Floral aromas and tropical fruit notes make this an ideal pairing with Thai pork lettuce wraps, sushi, or green curry soup.


Mills Club: $26.99

Case Price: $23.99                                                                


False Bay 2020 Rosè, Western Cape, South Africa (Jen & Jerry)

Comprised of bush vine Cinsault and Mourvedre, this pale pink Rhone-styled dry Rosè is grown in South Africa. Featuring bright pomegranate, raspberry and citrus fruit notes finishing with a delicate touch of spice, this will be a good match for potato leek soup, seafood risotto, or spicy white chicken chili.


Mills Club: $9.00

Case Price: $8.00                                                                              


Avalon 2020 Pinot Noir, California (Andres)

Located in western Sonoma County, Avalon is named for the isle of Avalon– an island steeped in history and tradition.  This super affordable Pinot Noir shows silky ripe red cherry fruit notes and a touch of toasted oak (the wine is aged 6-8 months in American oak after fermentation).  This medium-bodied Pinot Noir can be enjoyed on its own or with salmon baked in foil, roast lemon chicken with mashed potatoes, or pan-seared pork chops with a balsamic glaze.


Mills Club: $11.69

Case Price: $10.39                                                                                                                


Carta de Fitapreta 2020 Alentejo, Portugal (David)

Alentejo is the largest wine region of Portugal, located in the hot, sunny southeast. In addition to wine and olive oil, Alentejo is responsible for half of the World’s production of cork.  Talented Antonio Macanita is at the helm of this estate, where he farms organically without irrigation, employing native yeasts, indigenous varietals, and harvesting by hand at night.  This lush example of his work is made from 50% Aragonez (Tempranillo), 30% Touriga Nacional, and 20% Alicante Bouschet planted to rocky schist soils. Aged in stainless steel and conditioned French oak for 10 months, it displays violets, raspberries, blackcurrants with lilting notes of toast and spice.  Enjoy with beef empanadas, standing rib roast with fingerling potatoes, or slow roasted lamb stew.


Mills Club Price: $16.19

Case: $14.39


Anne Amie 2021 Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley, Oregon (Andres)

Anne Amie’s vineyards, located in the rolling hills of the Yamhill-Carlton district and the steep hillsides of the Chehalem Mountains, are some of the best sites Oregon has to offer. Here they grow Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Noir, and even some Muller-Thurgau that was planted in 1979! This Winemaker’s Selection Pinot Noir offers up lots of exuberant fruit notes, including dark cherry and raspberry with soft, supple tannins.  Aged 10 months in mostly neutral oak, this Pinot Noir can pair nicely with beef tenderloin, beef bourguignon, or herb roasted Cornish game hens. All Anne Amie vineyards are certified Salmon Safe and LIVE.


Mills Club $26.99

Case $23.99                                                               


Colonia Las Liebres 2020 Bonarda Clasica, Argentina (Tim)

Bonarda grapes for this wine come from the Lujan de Cuyo portion of Mendoza, an area with desert-hot days and cool nights and soils of well-draining sandy loam.  Fermented in stainless steel and aged in concrete, this wine sees no oak, preserving freshness and allowing pretty fruit notes to shine through.  Those red fruit notes are accompanied by characteristic white pepper, making for a deep, vibrant, flavorful wine ideal to pair with pepperoni flatbread pizza, classic spaghetti and meatballs, or Choripan, the classic Argentinian street food chorizo sausage sandwiches.


Mills Club: $9.00

Case Price: $8.00                                                                   ORGANIC


Casa Castillo 2019 Monastrell, Jumilla, Spain (Jen & Jerry)

We thought this big, bold, fruit-driven red would be a solid addition to any wine lover’s winter lineup!  Made from 80% Monastrell and 20% Garnacha, this is aged in large French oak for 9 months.  Monastrell is also known as Mourvedre where it’s grown in the Rhone Valley of France, providing the velvety texture component as the “M” in “GSM” (Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre blends).  Not overly tannic, this smooth, almost jammy red can be enjoyed by itself or with glazed meatloaf, tangy baked chicken wings, or Mongolian meatballs.  Rated 91pts by the Wine Advocate!


Mills Club: $13.49

Case Price: $11.99


Fenouillet Vaucluse Vin de Pays, France (Aron)

Rosenthal imported Domaine de Fenouillet is located in the village of Beaumes de Venise, an area many of you may associate with the traditional dessert wine from the same appellation.  This wine, however, is a blend of Marselan (a cross of Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache) and Merlot. This wine sees no oak, making a fresh expression redolent of red fruit and “sous-bois”, or damp earth/forest floor. Enjoy this classic French country table wine with and in coq au vin, or a simple pan sauteed Steak Diane.


Mills Club: $14.39

Case Price: $12.79                                                                             ORGANIC


Bodegas Barco de Piedra 2019 Ribera del Duero, Spain (Pat)

This single vineyard Tempranillo hails from the rugged landscapes of Ribera del Duero. Named Barco de Piedra (“Ship of Stone”), this winery is named for the 10th century Castle of Peñafiel that still stands in the province! This fresh red is not excessively oaked like some Spanish wines, but instead exudes delightful concentrated black raspberry, blueberry and mineral notes; try with a well marbled steak, or slow roasted leg of lamb. Not up for a hearty meal? Serve with some Manchego cheese, Marcona almonds, Sevilla olives and some crusty bread for a wonderful wine/snack combo.


Mills Club: $22.49

Case Price: $19.99









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New Product Arrivals

At Mills, we’re constantly evolving our product selection to seek out the very best for our customers.

Take a look at what we’ve found recently.

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  • Glutenberg Beer
  • Empress 1908 GinCanada
  • Ceders Non-Alcoholic Gins
  • Egly Ouriet Grand Cru Blanc de NoirsChampagne, France
  • Cardamaro
  • Giffard Banane du Brèsil
  • Ferrand Dry Curacao
  • Champagne Ayala Brut MajeurChampagne, France
  • Gin Mare
  • St. George Green Chile Vodka
  • St. George Bruto Americano
  • Drumshanbo Gin
  • Wilderness Trail Bourbon
  • Pavie Macquin 2015St.-Emilion, Bordeaux

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