1. Matteo Correggia Roero 2017

    Matteo Correggia Roero 2017

    Matteo Correggia was instrumental in establishing Roero as a DOCG. He died in 2001, and his widow and son have continued the great work. This is astonishing value for Nebbiolo, everything you expect from the grape with a pretty nose of red fruits, tar, leather, violet, and spices, and a palate that’s chewy, tannic, and mouthfilling. Intense and concentrated with a serious edge, this holds its own against more illustrious and expensive neighboring wines. Learn More
  2. There After Escher Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

    There After Escher Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

    This Cabernet Sauvignon may change the way you look at Napa Cab for the rest of you life. The wine goes through partial Carbonic Maceration giving it a pretty flavor of roses and lilacs with farm fresh fruits of ollaliberries, blackberries and red currant. The nose has light earthy notes of pine forest and the finish is dry and lingering. The wine is both serious and playful, lending itself to be enjoyed as a cocktail wine or with a special meal. Learn More
  3. Suertes "Nat Cool" Tenerif

    Suertes "Nat Cool" Tenerif

    The variety with which Suertes del Marqués Cool is made is Listán Negro: a grape that adapts perfectly to the rich volcanic soils of Tenerif and that is cultivated using the traditional braided cord system on the Canary Islands. Organic farming practices are used with the addition of minimal sulphur. Funkt plum, red apple, and a smoky minerality. The nose is a little reductive with red cherries, spice and rasperries. Finsh is light and taut. Learn More
  4. Arnot Roberts Chardonnay Watson Ranch 2018

    Arnot Roberts Chardonnay Watson Ranch 2018

    Southern-most edge, and coolest, section of Napa Valley. On the San Pablo Bay, south of Carneros. Lower alcohol, minimal oak, citrus-y style of Chardonnay. Rich flavor, light body. Boasts tingling acidity, a basket of lemons, grapefruits and green apples, honeydew melon. Aged in neutral oak with occasional lees stirring to add mouth feel & texture. Learn More
  5. Les Justices Semillon Sauternes 2016

    Les Justices Semillon Sauternes 2016

    88% Sémillon, 8% Sauvignon Blanc, 2% Muscadelle. Slightly unusually, this Sauternes is not aged in oak, instead spending 18 months in neutral vessels. There’s still a richness characteristic of Sauternes, with pronounced aromas of orange peel, dried apricots, marmalade, and white pepper, followed by a sweet, viscous palate balanced by vibrant acidity. RS is 100g/L. Learn More
  6. Alvaro Palacios Camins del Priorat 2018

    Alvaro Palacios Camins del Priorat 2018

    40% Garnacha, 30% Samsó (Carignane), 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Syrah grown in the schist soils north of Barcelona. A combination of estate vineyards and purchased grapes. A layered and very dense Priorat with crushed-raspberry and slate character, as well as black tea. Full bodied and ripe yet there are tight tannins and a long flavorful finish. One of the most famous families in Spanish winemaking Learn More
  7. Doyard Blanc de Blancs 2008

    Doyard Blanc de Blancs 2008

    $115.00 (NET)
    Fermented in used barrels with blocked malolactic, Doyard's 2008 Extra Brut Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru saw 108 months on the lees before it was disgorged with three grams per liter dosage. Warm biscuits, citrus oil, dried white flowers and a delicate hint Marcona almonds, it's medium to full-bodied, deep and incisive, with an racy spine of acidity, a concentrated core of fruit and a long, searingly intense and delicately flavorful finish. Learn More
  8. Lieu Dit Melon Santa Maria Valley 2018

    Lieu Dit Melon Santa Maria Valley 2018

    It’s rare to see Melon – the French grape of Muscadet – in California, but there are some old plantings scattered around the state (because UC Davis mistakenly thought it was Pinot Blanc). Alcohol here is just 11.8% – this is so light and fresh, with racy acidity. There’s a gentle fruitiness, with aromas of green apples, as well as a subtle, creamy lees influence and a stony, steely texture. Very much a wine to be drunk with oysters. Learn More
  9. Patria Oakville Ranch Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

    Patria Oakville Ranch Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

    88% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Petit Verdot, 4% Cabernet Franc. Rich, aromatic, and irresistible, Patria is a firm shop favorite for good reason. Dark, ripe, and fruity, with aromas of black fruits overladen with fresh spearmint plus smoke and toast from oak ageing, all leading into a very smooth, mouthfilling palate, ripe, round tannins, and a long, dense finish. Tony Biagi has done it again! Learn More
  10. Foradori Teroldego "Morei" Magnum 2017

    Foradori Teroldego "Morei" Magnum 2017

    $110.00 (NET)
    Elisabetta Foradori took over the Family Winery at the age of 19 and has focused on making the best Teroldego in the world. The location in Trentino, just below the Dolomites allows the grape to thrive. This spends 8 months in amphorae with its skins, followed by a racking, and an additional year in amphorae, which she believes breathes life into the wines. Ripe aromas of berries with earthy/dusty and floral notes. A beautiful wine of elegance. Learn More