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Wine

  1. Les Bouquinistes Red Wine Napa Valley 2017

    Les Bouquinistes Red Wine Napa Valley 2017

    $58.00
    A mash-up blend of 33% Petite Sirah, 27% Merlot, 27% Petite Verdot and 13% Zinfandel, giving this an inky color and a big chewy texture. The blend leads to a very attractive, inviting fruity, floral nose with lots of rich black fruit aromas of berries and cherries, as well as chocolate, cloves, and licorice. Blackberries, dark plum, cedar, and tobacco are very inviting. That juiciness if off-set with a firm, grainy structure that lingers. Learn More
  2. Inniskillin Ice Wine Cabernet Franc Niagra 2017

    Inniskillin Ice Wine Cabernet Franc Niagra 2017

    $95.00
    This is one of the largest producers of Icewine in Canada, but they still make time to do geeky projects like this Icewine of Cabernet Franc. Intense aromas of red fruits such as cranberry and raspberry give this a rich viscous mouth feel. The acid sneaks up on you here as it is not pronounced, but it really lingers after swallowing. Rich and sumptuous with velvety nutty and caramel notes reminiscent of a dessert from a three star restaurant. Learn More
  3. Lang & Reed Cabernet Franc North Coast 2015

    Lang & Reed Cabernet Franc North Coast 2015

    $25.00
    Captivated by the wines of the Loire Valley, Lang & Reed have been Napa’s premium producers of Cabernet Franc since the early 1990s. The grapes for the North Coast bottling are sourced from Napa, Sonoma, and Lake Counties, allowing for a diversity of climate, soil, and aspect. Great tannic grip following an attractive open nose of violets, raspberries, and herbs. Great food wine for anything from white meat to steak. Learn More
  4. Thierry Germain Domaine Roches Neuve Saumur Champigny 2018

    Thierry Germain Domaine Roches Neuve Saumur Champigny 2018

    $29.00
    Thierry Germain is regarded as one of the most important biodynamic producers in all of France. After moving from Bordeaux to the Loire in the 1990s, Thierry quickly fell under the influence of Charly Foucault of Clos Rougeard. This must be where he learned to make wines of impeccable balance. This Cabernet Franc walks the line of being lightly green with lots of dark ripe fruit. Aged in both stainless steel and wood tanks. Learn More
  5. Newberry Cabernet Franc Mendocino 2016

    Newberry Cabernet Franc Mendocino 2016

    $35.00
    From Mendocino County, where the hot days and cool nights produce Cabernet Franc with the ideal balance between a fruity nose and a classic tannic structure. Bright and light, wild strawberry fruit on the front of the pallet dominates. The neutral oak aging allows the silky mid-palate to provide refreshing acidity and dangling red currants and minerality to finish. Serve slightly chilled. Learn More
  6. Roccolo Grassi Amarone Recioto 2015

    Roccolo Grassi Amarone Recioto 2015

    $50.00
    Recioto is one of the great Italian sweet wines. The Roccolo Grassi is made from 60% Corvina, 15% Corvinone, 15% Rondinella, and 10% Croatina and it is sourced from a 4 hectare parcel of 40 year old vines. The 150 days of drying the grapes before fermentation gives the wine complex flavors of dried cherry, ripe plum, blackberry, meat, and tobacco. The palate is heavy, yet clean and well balanced. Sweet, but never cloying Learn More
  7. Arietta "Quartet" Napa Valley Red 2016

    Arietta "Quartet" Napa Valley Red 2016

    $65.00
    58% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot, 11% Cabernet Franc, 1% Petit Verdot. Aged in 50% new French oak for 20 months, this is a generous but serious wine from the musically inspired Arietta winery (Andy Erikson makes the wine). An upfront, giving nose of smoke, black fruits, oak, freshly ground coffee, pepper, tarragon, and dark chocolate leads on to a palate with chewy tannins and juicy acidity. A big but very balanced Napa blend. Learn More
  8. Tenuta Santa Maria Valpolicella Classico Superiore 2016

    Tenuta Santa Maria Valpolicella Classico Superiore 2016

    $26.00
    Old Valpolicella/Soave family dating back to the 1500s producing Valpolicella of a rare quality. The grapes are low-yielding Corvina (75%), Corvinone (15%), and Rondinella (10%), aged in large oak barrels for 14 months. The result is a quietly serious wine that’s bright and floral on the nose with aromas of red cherries and strawberries followed by a great balance between fresh acidty and a gripping tannin structure. Best Valpolicella we’ve had in some time. Learn More
  9. Russiz Superiore Cabernet Franc Collio 2015

    Russiz Superiore Cabernet Franc Collio 2015

    $32.00
    Property dating back to the 1200s at the top of the Russiz hills (hence the name Russiz Superiore) overlooking the Collio region in Friuli. This is an area which specializes in Cabernet France, as this attractive, involved wine attests. A very characteristic Cab Franc nose of red fruits, capsicum, blackcurrant leaf, and sweet spice, followed by lively acidity and grainy tannins on the palate. Fuller than a Loire equivalent, but not as rich as California. Learn More
  10. Clementin de Pape Clement Pessac Leognan 2016

    Clementin de Pape Clement Pessac Leognan 2016

    $67.00
    60% Merlot, 38% Cabernet Sauvignon, 1% Petit Verdot, 1% Cabernet Franc. Pape Clément’s second label is drinking extremely well right now, fresh, lively, and very approachable. Like its bigger sibling, it comes from Pessac-Léognan on gravel/sand clays for Cabernet and Petit Verdot and clay for Merlot. Aged for 14 months in 40% new oak, the nose is inviting with plum, blackcurrant, dried herbs, and spice, followed by supple tannins, high acidity, and a long, generous finish. Learn More