1. Pierre Girardin Pommard 2017

    Pierre Girardin Pommard 2017

    Sourced from the two Lieu Dit ‘Les Cras’, ‘La Chaniere’ the vines are over 60 years old and provide extra concentration and depth. The fruit is fresh and bright with raspberry, red cherry, potpourri, blackberry on the mid with cassis. The fruit is in perfect balance with the earthy savory notes that are common in red Burgundy. 100% de_stemmed with 25% new oak. This can be enjoyed now, but it is very capable of aging for a decade plus. Learn More
  2. G.D. Vajra Moscato d'Asti 2016

    G.D. Vajra Moscato d'Asti 2016

    This is truly scrumptious, Moscato d’Asti at its finest and most irresistible. There’s an incredible freshness to the wine, with aromas of freshly picked flowers, grapes, peaches, and apricots followed by a light, delicate palate (just 5% ABV) whose creamy mousse gently coats the palate. Think strawberries and cream and go to heaven. Learn More
  3. Albino Rocca Angelo Barbaresco 2014

    Albino Rocca Angelo Barbaresco 2014

    $97.00 (NET)
    Sometimes a wine is so good, it’s hard to write a tasting note – this wine simply took our breath away. The wine is named after the father of the two sisters who now run the winery. It’s more of a traditional Barbaresco, a blend of four vineyards to reflect the region as a whole. A complex, fragrant, perfumed wine with integrated tannins and developing leather and tar aromas. Only 5 6-packs have been imported into California. Drink now-2035. Learn More