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A Wine Shopper's Miscellany for Winter Drinking

A Wine Shopper's Miscellany for Winter Drinking

There are times of the year when we are looking for specific wines — a rosé for Valentine’s Day, say; a robust zinfandel for summer grilling; a sparkling wine for the winter holidays — but sometimes it’s fun to consider wine shopping like going to a farmers market. What is there that's new to try? What can you find that’s a steal? What can I find here that I probably can’t find elsewhere?

Here is a selection of wines for winter enjoyment from around the world, priced from $9 to $89, that can fulfill that variety of shopping pleasures.

Mont Gravet Côtes de Gascogne Blanc 2016 ($9). Although colombard is a variety often used in American jug wine, it thrives in Gascony, in southwestern France, where the grape is used both for table wines and for Armagnac. This one has tart, green fruitiness and is tight in the finish, with notes of green apple skin.

Sea Pearl Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2017 ($11). Crisp green flavors with a lime finish and a little spritz — very young, even for a wine from the Southern Hemisphere, where grapes are harvested in the spring.

M. Chapoutier Bila-Haut Côtes du Roussillon Blanc 2016 ($13). Somewhat assertive, with lots of spicy fruit and a beeswax finish.

E. Guigal Côtes du Rhône Blanc 2015 ($15). Crisp, with flavors of apples and aromas of baking spices.

Abbazia di Novacella Alto Adige Müller-Thurgau 2016 ($20). Full-bodied, with pear, apple, and mineral flavors. This riesling cross makes good wine in this Northern Italian region.

Château Paul Mas “Belluguette” Languedoc Blanc 2016 ($20). Lovely floral and tropical fruit notes, but with a lean structure and a firm finish.

Quivira Fig Tree Vineyard Dry Creek Valley Sauvignon Blanc 2016 ($21). Lilting flavors of spicy green apples and tropical fruits with a hint of citrus. This is a complex wine, one that warrants a little contemplation as you sip.

Le Roi des Pierres Sancerre 2016 ($30). Wet-fruit sauvignon blanc fragrance with mellow green fruitiness, notes of chalk, and a tight finish.

Terlan “Vorberg” Alto Adige Pinot Bianco 2014 ($39). Nice complexity — a balance of stone fruits and minerality with a spicy, slightly tart finish.

Stony Hill Napa Valley Chardonnay 2015 ($49). Just a lovely, flavorful wine with a crisp finish suggesting ripe pear, tropical fruits, and a hint of honey.

Gary Farrell Durell Vineyard Sonoma Valley Chardonnay 2015 ($65). Beautiful and complex — well-balanced and lean, yet with a toasty, buttery finish,

Wayfarer Fort Ross-Seaview Chardonnay 2015 ($77). A substantial, well-groomed white with mature apple flavors, lots of barrel notes, and some dusty tannins.

Paul Mas “Vignes de Nicole” Pays d’Oc Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot 2016 ($10). Lively, with bright raspberry fruit.

E. Guigal Côtes du Rhône Rouge 2015 ($15). Lovely, especially for the price, with lots of vibrant fresh cherry flavors brought to earth with spicy notes and a crisp finish.

Zuccardi “Serie A” Valle de Uco Malbec 2016 ($15). Lots of intense red fruit — cherry and cranberry — with dark, savory undertones and a mildly tannic finish.

Quivira Dry Creek Valley Zinfandel 2015 ($23). A mixture of bright and dark-fruit flavors with lots of puckery tannins.

Carlos Serres Rioja Gran Reserva 2011 ($25). Gamey flavors with old-oak notes — an older style of wine that goes well with hardy foods.

Donnafugata “Tancredi” Terre Siciliane Red 2012 ($40). A warm and generous blend of cabernet sauvignon and nero d’avola with a good balance of fruit and savory flavors.

The Prisoner Napa Valley Red Wine 2015 ($45). A big, jammy wine with 15.2 percent alcohol that is quite lovely if you enjoy drinking at that dizzying altitude. Rather than spread it on your toast, dip your biscotti into it.

Fort Ross Vineyard Fort Ross-Seaview Pinot Noir 2012 ($53). A big, fruity, spicy wine with lots of vanilla in the finish.

Fort Ross Vineyard Fort Ross-Seaview Pinotage 2012 ($58). An unusual varietal (a cross between pinot noir and cinsault bred in South Africa) from a new, fairly unknown appellation (established 2012) on the cold Sonoma coastline yields a wine that is dark, rich, spicy, and tannic, yet light in the finish. If you’ve acquired the taste, this is one of the better wines from the variety.

Franz Haas “Schweizer” Alto Adige Pinot Nero 2014 ($70). A brooding yet not heavy pinot with rooty, savory flavors that linger on the palate — an ideal accompaniment for a wild boar ragout.

Gary Farrell Fort Ross-Seaview Pinot Noir 2015 ($70). Very fragrant and flavorful, with cola and rooty flavors and an underlying savory note. Still tight, so wait a few years if you can.

Frescobaldi Mormoreto 2012 ($73). A very good Bordeaux-style blend of ripe, dark berries, with a raspy finish.

Wayfarer Fort Ross-Seaview Pinot Noir 2015 ($89). Moderate body with lots of fresh raspberries and considerable tannins — quite nice.


Costco Shoppers Are Loving This $9 Eggnog Wine Cocktail

If you were excited that it’s almost hot chocolate weather, just wait till you hear about Eggnog Wine Cocktail weather.

No, this is not a drill. The boozy beverage is real — and it’s being sold at Costco now — but it’s not exactly what it sounds like.

The Kirkland Eggnog Wine Cocktail was first spotted by the Instagram account @costcobuys, and people were immediately enthralled — and somewhat skeptical. Typically, the traditional alcoholic eggnog will include a mix of eggs, cream, and alcohol like rum or brandy, not wine. But while this product is labeled a “wine cocktail,” many were quick to notice that wine doesn’t seem to be included in the ingredients listed on the bottle.

One follower commented on the post, “Wine? Why are they calling it wine?” A reddit user was also intrigued: 𠇍oes anyone know if this is the only version they’re carrying now, or why they’re putting wine in it? What the heck is going on here. ”

In response, some people suggested that the product might not actually be made from grapes and that state liquor laws may be the reason the eggnog is branded as wine. A representative for Costco did not immediately respond for comment.

Regardless, if you can’t turn down the opportunity to try the holiday cocktail, it comes in a 1.5-liter bottle that contains 13.9% Alc/Vol and retails for only $9. Oh, and it’s recommended that you serve the drink over ice, according to @costcobuys.

A few shoppers found the beverage had a strong alcohol taste — but offered a quick fix. “Yes i agree it’s delicious just a little strong for me i also had to add eggnog and some Ice cube [sic].”

Others are enjoying it just as it is: “I don’t think this bottle’s going to last me till Christmas,” joked another Costco member.

WATCH: Food Hack: Make 3 Easy Christmas Treats

If you’re looking for another way to celebrate the holidays early — and perhaps with a different, non-alcoholic form of eggnog — check out the new Starbucks drinks. The flavors include Peppermint Mocha, Toasted White Chocolate, Caramel Brulee Latte, Chestnut Praline Latte, and of course, Eggnog Latte. They also come in one of the chain’s four new festive cups, starting Thursday. See them all here.


Costco Shoppers Are Loving This $9 Eggnog Wine Cocktail

If you were excited that it’s almost hot chocolate weather, just wait till you hear about Eggnog Wine Cocktail weather.

No, this is not a drill. The boozy beverage is real — and it’s being sold at Costco now — but it’s not exactly what it sounds like.

The Kirkland Eggnog Wine Cocktail was first spotted by the Instagram account @costcobuys, and people were immediately enthralled — and somewhat skeptical. Typically, the traditional alcoholic eggnog will include a mix of eggs, cream, and alcohol like rum or brandy, not wine. But while this product is labeled a “wine cocktail,” many were quick to notice that wine doesn’t seem to be included in the ingredients listed on the bottle.

One follower commented on the post, “Wine? Why are they calling it wine?” A reddit user was also intrigued: 𠇍oes anyone know if this is the only version they’re carrying now, or why they’re putting wine in it? What the heck is going on here. ”

In response, some people suggested that the product might not actually be made from grapes and that state liquor laws may be the reason the eggnog is branded as wine. A representative for Costco did not immediately respond for comment.

Regardless, if you can’t turn down the opportunity to try the holiday cocktail, it comes in a 1.5-liter bottle that contains 13.9% Alc/Vol and retails for only $9. Oh, and it’s recommended that you serve the drink over ice, according to @costcobuys.

A few shoppers found the beverage had a strong alcohol taste — but offered a quick fix. “Yes i agree it’s delicious just a little strong for me i also had to add eggnog and some Ice cube [sic].”

Others are enjoying it just as it is: “I don’t think this bottle’s going to last me till Christmas,” joked another Costco member.

WATCH: Food Hack: Make 3 Easy Christmas Treats

If you’re looking for another way to celebrate the holidays early — and perhaps with a different, non-alcoholic form of eggnog — check out the new Starbucks drinks. The flavors include Peppermint Mocha, Toasted White Chocolate, Caramel Brulee Latte, Chestnut Praline Latte, and of course, Eggnog Latte. They also come in one of the chain’s four new festive cups, starting Thursday. See them all here.


Costco Shoppers Are Loving This $9 Eggnog Wine Cocktail

If you were excited that it’s almost hot chocolate weather, just wait till you hear about Eggnog Wine Cocktail weather.

No, this is not a drill. The boozy beverage is real — and it’s being sold at Costco now — but it’s not exactly what it sounds like.

The Kirkland Eggnog Wine Cocktail was first spotted by the Instagram account @costcobuys, and people were immediately enthralled — and somewhat skeptical. Typically, the traditional alcoholic eggnog will include a mix of eggs, cream, and alcohol like rum or brandy, not wine. But while this product is labeled a “wine cocktail,” many were quick to notice that wine doesn’t seem to be included in the ingredients listed on the bottle.

One follower commented on the post, “Wine? Why are they calling it wine?” A reddit user was also intrigued: 𠇍oes anyone know if this is the only version they’re carrying now, or why they’re putting wine in it? What the heck is going on here. ”

In response, some people suggested that the product might not actually be made from grapes and that state liquor laws may be the reason the eggnog is branded as wine. A representative for Costco did not immediately respond for comment.

Regardless, if you can’t turn down the opportunity to try the holiday cocktail, it comes in a 1.5-liter bottle that contains 13.9% Alc/Vol and retails for only $9. Oh, and it’s recommended that you serve the drink over ice, according to @costcobuys.

A few shoppers found the beverage had a strong alcohol taste — but offered a quick fix. “Yes i agree it’s delicious just a little strong for me i also had to add eggnog and some Ice cube [sic].”

Others are enjoying it just as it is: “I don’t think this bottle’s going to last me till Christmas,” joked another Costco member.

WATCH: Food Hack: Make 3 Easy Christmas Treats

If you’re looking for another way to celebrate the holidays early — and perhaps with a different, non-alcoholic form of eggnog — check out the new Starbucks drinks. The flavors include Peppermint Mocha, Toasted White Chocolate, Caramel Brulee Latte, Chestnut Praline Latte, and of course, Eggnog Latte. They also come in one of the chain’s four new festive cups, starting Thursday. See them all here.


Costco Shoppers Are Loving This $9 Eggnog Wine Cocktail

If you were excited that it’s almost hot chocolate weather, just wait till you hear about Eggnog Wine Cocktail weather.

No, this is not a drill. The boozy beverage is real — and it’s being sold at Costco now — but it’s not exactly what it sounds like.

The Kirkland Eggnog Wine Cocktail was first spotted by the Instagram account @costcobuys, and people were immediately enthralled — and somewhat skeptical. Typically, the traditional alcoholic eggnog will include a mix of eggs, cream, and alcohol like rum or brandy, not wine. But while this product is labeled a “wine cocktail,” many were quick to notice that wine doesn’t seem to be included in the ingredients listed on the bottle.

One follower commented on the post, “Wine? Why are they calling it wine?” A reddit user was also intrigued: 𠇍oes anyone know if this is the only version they’re carrying now, or why they’re putting wine in it? What the heck is going on here. ”

In response, some people suggested that the product might not actually be made from grapes and that state liquor laws may be the reason the eggnog is branded as wine. A representative for Costco did not immediately respond for comment.

Regardless, if you can’t turn down the opportunity to try the holiday cocktail, it comes in a 1.5-liter bottle that contains 13.9% Alc/Vol and retails for only $9. Oh, and it’s recommended that you serve the drink over ice, according to @costcobuys.

A few shoppers found the beverage had a strong alcohol taste — but offered a quick fix. “Yes i agree it’s delicious just a little strong for me i also had to add eggnog and some Ice cube [sic].”

Others are enjoying it just as it is: “I don’t think this bottle’s going to last me till Christmas,” joked another Costco member.

WATCH: Food Hack: Make 3 Easy Christmas Treats

If you’re looking for another way to celebrate the holidays early — and perhaps with a different, non-alcoholic form of eggnog — check out the new Starbucks drinks. The flavors include Peppermint Mocha, Toasted White Chocolate, Caramel Brulee Latte, Chestnut Praline Latte, and of course, Eggnog Latte. They also come in one of the chain’s four new festive cups, starting Thursday. See them all here.


Costco Shoppers Are Loving This $9 Eggnog Wine Cocktail

If you were excited that it’s almost hot chocolate weather, just wait till you hear about Eggnog Wine Cocktail weather.

No, this is not a drill. The boozy beverage is real — and it’s being sold at Costco now — but it’s not exactly what it sounds like.

The Kirkland Eggnog Wine Cocktail was first spotted by the Instagram account @costcobuys, and people were immediately enthralled — and somewhat skeptical. Typically, the traditional alcoholic eggnog will include a mix of eggs, cream, and alcohol like rum or brandy, not wine. But while this product is labeled a “wine cocktail,” many were quick to notice that wine doesn’t seem to be included in the ingredients listed on the bottle.

One follower commented on the post, “Wine? Why are they calling it wine?” A reddit user was also intrigued: 𠇍oes anyone know if this is the only version they’re carrying now, or why they’re putting wine in it? What the heck is going on here. ”

In response, some people suggested that the product might not actually be made from grapes and that state liquor laws may be the reason the eggnog is branded as wine. A representative for Costco did not immediately respond for comment.

Regardless, if you can’t turn down the opportunity to try the holiday cocktail, it comes in a 1.5-liter bottle that contains 13.9% Alc/Vol and retails for only $9. Oh, and it’s recommended that you serve the drink over ice, according to @costcobuys.

A few shoppers found the beverage had a strong alcohol taste — but offered a quick fix. “Yes i agree it’s delicious just a little strong for me i also had to add eggnog and some Ice cube [sic].”

Others are enjoying it just as it is: “I don’t think this bottle’s going to last me till Christmas,” joked another Costco member.

WATCH: Food Hack: Make 3 Easy Christmas Treats

If you’re looking for another way to celebrate the holidays early — and perhaps with a different, non-alcoholic form of eggnog — check out the new Starbucks drinks. The flavors include Peppermint Mocha, Toasted White Chocolate, Caramel Brulee Latte, Chestnut Praline Latte, and of course, Eggnog Latte. They also come in one of the chain’s four new festive cups, starting Thursday. See them all here.


Costco Shoppers Are Loving This $9 Eggnog Wine Cocktail

If you were excited that it’s almost hot chocolate weather, just wait till you hear about Eggnog Wine Cocktail weather.

No, this is not a drill. The boozy beverage is real — and it’s being sold at Costco now — but it’s not exactly what it sounds like.

The Kirkland Eggnog Wine Cocktail was first spotted by the Instagram account @costcobuys, and people were immediately enthralled — and somewhat skeptical. Typically, the traditional alcoholic eggnog will include a mix of eggs, cream, and alcohol like rum or brandy, not wine. But while this product is labeled a “wine cocktail,” many were quick to notice that wine doesn’t seem to be included in the ingredients listed on the bottle.

One follower commented on the post, “Wine? Why are they calling it wine?” A reddit user was also intrigued: 𠇍oes anyone know if this is the only version they’re carrying now, or why they’re putting wine in it? What the heck is going on here. ”

In response, some people suggested that the product might not actually be made from grapes and that state liquor laws may be the reason the eggnog is branded as wine. A representative for Costco did not immediately respond for comment.

Regardless, if you can’t turn down the opportunity to try the holiday cocktail, it comes in a 1.5-liter bottle that contains 13.9% Alc/Vol and retails for only $9. Oh, and it’s recommended that you serve the drink over ice, according to @costcobuys.

A few shoppers found the beverage had a strong alcohol taste — but offered a quick fix. “Yes i agree it’s delicious just a little strong for me i also had to add eggnog and some Ice cube [sic].”

Others are enjoying it just as it is: “I don’t think this bottle’s going to last me till Christmas,” joked another Costco member.

WATCH: Food Hack: Make 3 Easy Christmas Treats

If you’re looking for another way to celebrate the holidays early — and perhaps with a different, non-alcoholic form of eggnog — check out the new Starbucks drinks. The flavors include Peppermint Mocha, Toasted White Chocolate, Caramel Brulee Latte, Chestnut Praline Latte, and of course, Eggnog Latte. They also come in one of the chain’s four new festive cups, starting Thursday. See them all here.


Costco Shoppers Are Loving This $9 Eggnog Wine Cocktail

If you were excited that it’s almost hot chocolate weather, just wait till you hear about Eggnog Wine Cocktail weather.

No, this is not a drill. The boozy beverage is real — and it’s being sold at Costco now — but it’s not exactly what it sounds like.

The Kirkland Eggnog Wine Cocktail was first spotted by the Instagram account @costcobuys, and people were immediately enthralled — and somewhat skeptical. Typically, the traditional alcoholic eggnog will include a mix of eggs, cream, and alcohol like rum or brandy, not wine. But while this product is labeled a “wine cocktail,” many were quick to notice that wine doesn’t seem to be included in the ingredients listed on the bottle.

One follower commented on the post, “Wine? Why are they calling it wine?” A reddit user was also intrigued: 𠇍oes anyone know if this is the only version they’re carrying now, or why they’re putting wine in it? What the heck is going on here. ”

In response, some people suggested that the product might not actually be made from grapes and that state liquor laws may be the reason the eggnog is branded as wine. A representative for Costco did not immediately respond for comment.

Regardless, if you can’t turn down the opportunity to try the holiday cocktail, it comes in a 1.5-liter bottle that contains 13.9% Alc/Vol and retails for only $9. Oh, and it’s recommended that you serve the drink over ice, according to @costcobuys.

A few shoppers found the beverage had a strong alcohol taste — but offered a quick fix. “Yes i agree it’s delicious just a little strong for me i also had to add eggnog and some Ice cube [sic].”

Others are enjoying it just as it is: “I don’t think this bottle’s going to last me till Christmas,” joked another Costco member.

WATCH: Food Hack: Make 3 Easy Christmas Treats

If you’re looking for another way to celebrate the holidays early — and perhaps with a different, non-alcoholic form of eggnog — check out the new Starbucks drinks. The flavors include Peppermint Mocha, Toasted White Chocolate, Caramel Brulee Latte, Chestnut Praline Latte, and of course, Eggnog Latte. They also come in one of the chain’s four new festive cups, starting Thursday. See them all here.


Costco Shoppers Are Loving This $9 Eggnog Wine Cocktail

If you were excited that it’s almost hot chocolate weather, just wait till you hear about Eggnog Wine Cocktail weather.

No, this is not a drill. The boozy beverage is real — and it’s being sold at Costco now — but it’s not exactly what it sounds like.

The Kirkland Eggnog Wine Cocktail was first spotted by the Instagram account @costcobuys, and people were immediately enthralled — and somewhat skeptical. Typically, the traditional alcoholic eggnog will include a mix of eggs, cream, and alcohol like rum or brandy, not wine. But while this product is labeled a “wine cocktail,” many were quick to notice that wine doesn’t seem to be included in the ingredients listed on the bottle.

One follower commented on the post, “Wine? Why are they calling it wine?” A reddit user was also intrigued: 𠇍oes anyone know if this is the only version they’re carrying now, or why they’re putting wine in it? What the heck is going on here. ”

In response, some people suggested that the product might not actually be made from grapes and that state liquor laws may be the reason the eggnog is branded as wine. A representative for Costco did not immediately respond for comment.

Regardless, if you can’t turn down the opportunity to try the holiday cocktail, it comes in a 1.5-liter bottle that contains 13.9% Alc/Vol and retails for only $9. Oh, and it’s recommended that you serve the drink over ice, according to @costcobuys.

A few shoppers found the beverage had a strong alcohol taste — but offered a quick fix. “Yes i agree it’s delicious just a little strong for me i also had to add eggnog and some Ice cube [sic].”

Others are enjoying it just as it is: “I don’t think this bottle’s going to last me till Christmas,” joked another Costco member.

WATCH: Food Hack: Make 3 Easy Christmas Treats

If you’re looking for another way to celebrate the holidays early — and perhaps with a different, non-alcoholic form of eggnog — check out the new Starbucks drinks. The flavors include Peppermint Mocha, Toasted White Chocolate, Caramel Brulee Latte, Chestnut Praline Latte, and of course, Eggnog Latte. They also come in one of the chain’s four new festive cups, starting Thursday. See them all here.


Costco Shoppers Are Loving This $9 Eggnog Wine Cocktail

If you were excited that it’s almost hot chocolate weather, just wait till you hear about Eggnog Wine Cocktail weather.

No, this is not a drill. The boozy beverage is real — and it’s being sold at Costco now — but it’s not exactly what it sounds like.

The Kirkland Eggnog Wine Cocktail was first spotted by the Instagram account @costcobuys, and people were immediately enthralled — and somewhat skeptical. Typically, the traditional alcoholic eggnog will include a mix of eggs, cream, and alcohol like rum or brandy, not wine. But while this product is labeled a “wine cocktail,” many were quick to notice that wine doesn’t seem to be included in the ingredients listed on the bottle.

One follower commented on the post, “Wine? Why are they calling it wine?” A reddit user was also intrigued: 𠇍oes anyone know if this is the only version they’re carrying now, or why they’re putting wine in it? What the heck is going on here. ”

In response, some people suggested that the product might not actually be made from grapes and that state liquor laws may be the reason the eggnog is branded as wine. A representative for Costco did not immediately respond for comment.

Regardless, if you can’t turn down the opportunity to try the holiday cocktail, it comes in a 1.5-liter bottle that contains 13.9% Alc/Vol and retails for only $9. Oh, and it’s recommended that you serve the drink over ice, according to @costcobuys.

A few shoppers found the beverage had a strong alcohol taste — but offered a quick fix. “Yes i agree it’s delicious just a little strong for me i also had to add eggnog and some Ice cube [sic].”

Others are enjoying it just as it is: “I don’t think this bottle’s going to last me till Christmas,” joked another Costco member.

WATCH: Food Hack: Make 3 Easy Christmas Treats

If you’re looking for another way to celebrate the holidays early — and perhaps with a different, non-alcoholic form of eggnog — check out the new Starbucks drinks. The flavors include Peppermint Mocha, Toasted White Chocolate, Caramel Brulee Latte, Chestnut Praline Latte, and of course, Eggnog Latte. They also come in one of the chain’s four new festive cups, starting Thursday. See them all here.


Costco Shoppers Are Loving This $9 Eggnog Wine Cocktail

If you were excited that it’s almost hot chocolate weather, just wait till you hear about Eggnog Wine Cocktail weather.

No, this is not a drill. The boozy beverage is real — and it’s being sold at Costco now — but it’s not exactly what it sounds like.

The Kirkland Eggnog Wine Cocktail was first spotted by the Instagram account @costcobuys, and people were immediately enthralled — and somewhat skeptical. Typically, the traditional alcoholic eggnog will include a mix of eggs, cream, and alcohol like rum or brandy, not wine. But while this product is labeled a “wine cocktail,” many were quick to notice that wine doesn’t seem to be included in the ingredients listed on the bottle.

One follower commented on the post, “Wine? Why are they calling it wine?” A reddit user was also intrigued: 𠇍oes anyone know if this is the only version they’re carrying now, or why they’re putting wine in it? What the heck is going on here. ”

In response, some people suggested that the product might not actually be made from grapes and that state liquor laws may be the reason the eggnog is branded as wine. A representative for Costco did not immediately respond for comment.

Regardless, if you can’t turn down the opportunity to try the holiday cocktail, it comes in a 1.5-liter bottle that contains 13.9% Alc/Vol and retails for only $9. Oh, and it’s recommended that you serve the drink over ice, according to @costcobuys.

A few shoppers found the beverage had a strong alcohol taste — but offered a quick fix. “Yes i agree it’s delicious just a little strong for me i also had to add eggnog and some Ice cube [sic].”

Others are enjoying it just as it is: “I don’t think this bottle’s going to last me till Christmas,” joked another Costco member.

WATCH: Food Hack: Make 3 Easy Christmas Treats

If you’re looking for another way to celebrate the holidays early — and perhaps with a different, non-alcoholic form of eggnog — check out the new Starbucks drinks. The flavors include Peppermint Mocha, Toasted White Chocolate, Caramel Brulee Latte, Chestnut Praline Latte, and of course, Eggnog Latte. They also come in one of the chain’s four new festive cups, starting Thursday. See them all here.


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