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  1. Kanzler Pinot Noir Russian River Valley 2018

    Kanzler Pinot Noir Russian River Valley 2018

    The Kanzler family have been farming grapes near Sebastopol since the mid-1990s, pioneering plantings near Sonoma’s coast. Their wines continue to excel, as this Russian River blend of four vineyards, mostly their own estate, demonstrates. There’s a lushness to the red fruits on the nose which is warm and inviting, while on the palate there’s a lean, gently tannic structure which gives the wine grip and concentration. This is high-class Pinot. Learn More
  2. Benevolent Neglect Syrah 2018

    Benevolent Neglect Syrah 2018

    Smoky, meaty and bacon-like in its qualities, and who doesn’t like bacon? There are also some reductive notes and woodsy barrel flavors. Black olive, and the “old-school” bologna with the pieces of pimento stuffed olive in it. This is all a good thing and it is coupled with herbal notes and chocolate that reminds one of a great Syrah from the Northern Rhône. Another high quality wine from Benevolent Neglect at a price that represents a good value. Learn More
  3. Kermit Lynch Cotes du Rhone 2018

    Kermit Lynch Cotes du Rhone 2018

    The 2018 is a blend of 56% Grenache, 21% Syrah, 8% Mourvèdre, 7% Carignan, 7% Cinsault, and 1% Marselan. After a 25 day maceration the wine is aged in cement tanks before bottling. A great value year-in and year-out, light in style with dark fruits, herbs and a subtle meaty quality. Made in a style reminiscent of the “house wines” one will find at the bistros in southern France. Learn More
  4. Rose Pack 2019

    Rose Pack 2019

    Starting at: $20.00

    Matthiasson GSM Rose 2019
    A fun blend from the Rhone grapes with 44% Syrah, 26% Grenache, 25% Mourvèdre, 5% Counoise. Its citrusy aromas and clean flavors will complement the wonderful spring foods that show up on the table as the weather thaws (salads, rabbit, frittatas, peas, favas, green garlic…). Perfect for springtime holiday meals, or enjoying on the porch all summer

    Kanpai "Hi No Tori" Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley Rose 2019
    Rosé from Napa Cabernet Sauvignon! This is the third release of this rosé – made by Steve Matthiasson, this was one of our most popular rosés last year. An attractive salmon color, with herbal, floral aromas on the nose and strawberries, red cherries, and blackcurrants, followed by a lightly creamy palate and very refreshing acidity. A rosé with substance and character, but easy to sip on. Proceeds partially go to Napa Fire Relief.

    Shypoke Rose of Charbono Calistoga 2019
    An unusual rosé from one of Napa’s traditional grape varieties, Charbono, which provides a gentle, crunchy fruitiness of red cherry, plum, and raspberry as well as aromas of rose petals and pot-pourri. The grapes are picked early and then whole-cluster pressed to extract just a small amount of color and aroma for this very delicate rosé. Light, fresh, and lean, with a subtly creamy core, this is a delicious, extremely refreshing rosé.

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  5. Broc Cellars "Love" Red North Coast 2018

    Broc Cellars "Love" Red North Coast 2018

    An eclectic blend of 77% Carignan and 8% Syrah (both of which go through whole-cluster fermentation), 15% Valdiguié (which sees carbonic maceration), come together to make a wine that is juicy with a firm and dry finish. Fruit all comes from Green valley in Solano County right on the eastern edge of Napa Valley. An extremely pretty and approachable red that has a fruity, floral nose, a fresh, light palate with a serious finish. Learn More
  6. Carboniste Sparkling Albarino 2019

    Carboniste Sparkling Albarino 2019

    Now this is fun. Local husband and wife team, Dan and Jacqueline Person, love Albariño so much that they wanted to make California’s first sparkling version. It spends just 3 months on the lees, giving the wine some structure and toasty texture, but this is all about the wine’s freshness: apples, pears, peaches, honeysuckle, jasmine, and a touch of cinnamon. 6g/L dosage – so dry. As the label indicates, drink with octopus. Learn More
  7. Michel Gros Hautes Cotes du Nuits Rouge 2017

    Michel Gros Hautes Cotes du Nuits Rouge 2017

    In 1810 the Gros family set up in Vosne-Romanée and the whole family continues to tend the land and make the wine. This Burgundy, though not from a single vineyard, speaks terroir fluently. To smell and taste this is to be transported to the middle of the vineyards. Aromas of mushrooms, meat, soil, dark cherries, thyme, Santa Rosa plums and a light reductive quality. The palate is elegant and the finish has intense minerality complimented by oak. Learn More
  8. Big Table Farm Pinot Noir Willamette Valley 2018

    Big Table Farm Pinot Noir Willamette Valley 2018

    Big Table Farm don’t own a destemmer, so they have no choice but to ferment whole cluster, all using native yeast. The result is a wine with superb intensity and a smooth, hugely appealing mouthfeel. The stems also give the wine a spicy, grainy texture, complementing the aromas of red fruits, wild flowers, and sweet spices. Delicate, balanced, concentrated, stuctured, deep, and long, this is Pinot Noir at its best. Learn More
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    Antica Terra Rose "Angelicall" Willamette Valley 2018

    Antica Terra Rose "Angelicall" Willamette Valley 2018

    $115.00 (NET)
    This is a wine quite like no other. Called a rosé, even though it looks like a red wine, because 11 separate lots were macerated for between just 3 to 9 days. Think of it as a pale Pinot with an astonishing versatility: serve it cold at the beginning of the meal with the hors d’oeuvres, and let it warm up to go with the fish and then the meat. Light, subtly fruity, grainy, textured, with a depth that belies its delicacy and a long finish that takes an age to die away. Unforgettable. Learn More
  10. J.L. Chave Selection "Mon Coeur" Cotes-du-Rhone 2016 Magnum

    J.L. Chave Selection "Mon Coeur" Cotes-du-Rhone 2016 Magnum

    Syrah, Grenache, and Carignan from one of the northern Rhône’s iconic producers. The “Sélection” range is made from bought fruit to make the wines more affordable and widely available – but still of the same high quality. The slightly carbonic nose is very pretty and floral with aromas of raspberry, blackberry, and black cherry; the fruit on the palate is really crunchy, backed up by firm tannins and an overall balanced structure. Learn More