8 The Daily Tar Heel Friday, September 23, 1977
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There's a special little place on the edge
of town that's named "A Southern
Season." Since it opened its doors nearly
two years ago, there's never been any
doubt that it, indeed, belonged in Chapel
A Southern Season is one of those
wonderfully individual, out-of-the-way
places that is like no other in Chapel Hill. It
is a rather small shop filled with the finest
quality of a select line of foods and drink,
and offers you undoubtedly the most
charming, warm and unique atmosphere
plus the very best prices on cheeses, fruits,
teas and wines you'Jl find anywhere in the
A Southern Season roasts its own
coffees, carries a complete line of black
and herbal teas, beautiful dried fruits', nuts,
herbs and spices, and a carefully-chosen
line of panel-selected wines, with tasting
notes provided for each wine offered . . .
Whether you're buying a wine priced at
$1 .00 or $8.45, you are guaranteed through
A Southern Season's tasting panel that you
are buying the most authentic, finest
quality wine of that type at the best price
you'll find in town.
Shopping at A Southern Season is no
ordinary experience . . . There's always a
fresh pot of the day's blend of coffee
awaiting your tasting. You can sample
almost every cheese, fruit and nut in the
store. On Fridays, A Southern Season flies
in real French breads and croissants just
baked that morning by Vie de France. The
store even offers a wine consultant to aid
you in your wine selections and to conduct
distinctive tastings for dorms and campus
organizations. Case discounts are always
allowed on all cases of wines and
There can be no doubt that it is worth a
trip to Eastgate Shopping Center to
experience the pleasures of simply being in
A Southern Season. You might consider
the following taste treats one afternoon
this week to introduce yourself to the
greatest little food shop in the southern
part of heaven . . .
A Southern Season's own honey or almond granola . . .
$1.15 per 500 grams (1.1 lbs.)
The Southern Season Munch ... the town's most popular
mixture of assorted nuts, shaved coconut, dried pineapple and
raisins which remain fresh almost indefinitely and solve those late
night snack cravings . . . $2.50 per 500 grams.
Absolutely Nuts! . . .another special blend of nuts, fruits and seeds
especially high in protein value ... $250 per 500 grams.
Roasted honey-dipped banana chips . . . 50$ per 100 grams.
Natural sun-dried pineapple from Taiwan . . . 60P per 100 grams.
A half-kilo of roasted sunflower seeds for $1.59.
A selection of four of A Southern Season's finest-quality bulk teas
(Keemun, Darjeeling, Jasmine & Earl Grey) offered in boxes of
custom-made teabags for as low as$1.19perboxof48teabags.
l-to-4 cup Melitta coffeemaker cones that fit right over your mug
for coffee that can be the real thing . . . $2.95
St. Johannis Liebfraumlich $1.99
This is a full-flavored, typically fruity Uebfraumilch; smooth and
immensely drinkable. We think it is as good as many more
expensive wines of this type.
Prince Pirate - Cuvee de Independence and Cuvee P $1.99
These two red wines from the Bordeaux region of France are
reportedly the overproduction of two famous Chateaux. At $3.50 er
thought they were overpriced. At $1.99 they are real bargains.
Cuvee P is fuller and deeper flavored; Cuvee de Independence is
lighter and more charming. Both have definite Medoc character.
Beau Rivage Bordeaux Blanc $2.39
This is a clean, crisp white wine with dry, smooth sauvignon blanc
flavors. A more than ordinary wine at the lowest price in town.
With this coupon, treat youself to the distinction of being a new "Southern
Seasoner" and take advantage of these special values today through October 1st:
1 A 10 discount on any or all of the items listed above!
ft 2 Bisceglia Burgundy
This California "Burgundy" is a good example of the
well-made, inexpensive table wines that California has
become famous for. Made in a full-bodied, full-flavored,
slightly heavy style . It is not sweet and not $"t00
bone-dry fruit flavors dominate . wx
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You really won't believe it all until you've been there.
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