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  1. Corison Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

    Corison Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

    $100.00
    St. Helena winery known for lower alcohol, more balanced, “classically-styled” Napa cabs. The 2015 is exactly what we’ve come to expect from Cathy Corison’s wines. Get dark cherry, cassis, black plum, fennel, menthol, soil and dried herbs. A bit earthy on first opening, the fruit takes center stage after a quick decant. Drinking quite nicely now, will continue to give pleasure for many years to come. Learn More
  2. Rocca Vespera Red Wine Napa Valley 2014
  3. Anthem Estate Cabernet Sauvignon Mt Veeder 2014

    Anthem Estate Cabernet Sauvignon Mt Veeder 2014

    $95.00
    Dense, layered and structured estate cab from Mt. Veeder, overlooking Napa town. Jeff Ames (Rudius, Tor & more), winemaker. Smell and taste crème de cassis, baked blackberries, anise liqueur, saddle leather, and pronounced minerality. Firm tannins soften quickly, bit more acid than the usual makes this an especially good accompaniment with dinner any time over the next 10 or so years. Learn More
  4. Drinkward Peschon "Entre Deux Meres" Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2015

    Drinkward Peschon "Entre Deux Meres" Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2015

    $75.00
    Collaboration between two mothers who met through their children – hence the name “Entre deux Mères” – Lisa Drinkward (we love that name) of the Behrens family and Françoise Peschon, winemaker at Eisele and other leading wineries. This is a truly delicious Cabernet, smooth and sophisticated with a lingering finish, full of concentrated black fruit aromas as well as extremely well integrated oak – spice, coffee, vanilla – and powdery tannins. Will not disappoint. Learn More
  5. Revik "Saphi Vineyard" Cabernet Sauvignon Coombsville 2016

    Revik "Saphi Vineyard" Cabernet Sauvignon Coombsville 2016

    $66.00
    Small family producer with their own vineyard in Coombsville who have just started making their own wine. Unusually for Cabernet Sauvignon, there is some whole-cluster fermentation making the wine light and smooth, while the use of 20-30% new oak gives structure and weight. Concentrated aromas of pepper, clove, blackcurrant, black cherry, and tarragon lead into a serious, balanced palate with firm, gripping tannins and lively acidity. Just 135 cases made. Learn More
  6. Hunt & Harvest Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2016

    Hunt & Harvest Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2016

    $30.00 (NET)
    25% new oak, with 16% of Petit Verdot, Merlot, Petite Sirah, and Malbec for a really good-value, approachable Napa Cabernet. Extremely engaging on the nose, with aromas of cassis, blackberry, and blueberry, as well as black pepper and tarragon, going into a palate that’s juicy and easy to drink, held together by firm tannins and lively acidity. Supple, food-friendly, and very easy to drink. Learn More
  7. Broc "Love" Red North Coast 2017

    Broc "Love" Red North Coast 2017

    $20.00
    An eclectic blend of 50% Carignan and 8% Syrah (both of which go through whole-cluster fermentation), 36% Valdiguié (which sees carbonic maceration), and 4% Cabernet Sauvginon. Fruit all comes from Green valley in Solano County right on the eastern edge of Napa Valley. The result is an extremely pretty and approachable red that has a fruity, floral nose going into a fresh, light palate with a subtly spicy finish. Learn More
  8. Le P'tit Paysan Cabernet Sauvignon Central Coast 2016

    Le P'tit Paysan Cabernet Sauvignon Central Coast 2016

    $22.00
    Mostly 45-year-old vines from Central Coast, for a superb, old-school Cabernet Sauvignon from SF Chronicle winemaker of the year Ian Brand. This is a cooler-climate style, less about the fruit – crunchy blackcurrants and cherries – and more the structure, with herbaceous, cassis aromas and a lean, grainy, mouthwatering palate. Classic California Cab, and extremely food friendly – think lamb or beef. Learn More
  9. Blacksmith "C.L.R.T." Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2016

    Blacksmith "C.L.R.T." Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2016

    $25.00
    Probably the best value Napa Cab out there, punching way above its price point. It’s made by Matt Smith in Alameda, although all the fruit comes from Napa. With a little bit of Merlot and Cabernet Franc to supplement the Cab, there are fruity aromas of plum, blackcurrant, and black cherry given extra structure by spice, oak, and chocolate. Extremely approachable, and a must for any lover of Napa Cab who doesn’t want to break the bank. Learn More
  10. Au Sommet Cabernet Sauvignon Atlas Peak, Napa Valley 2015

    Au Sommet Cabernet Sauvignon Atlas Peak, Napa Valley 2015

    $250.00 (NET)
    From wayyyyy up on Atlas Peak (2100 feet). Heidi Barrett, co-owner and winemaker. This is big, bold, chewy and needing to be "forgotten" in the wine cellar. Black currants, cocoa, espresso, black olive, tobacco, leather, incense, licorice, mint, boysenberry and on and on. Firm tannins slowly loosen with air and show more of the wine's purity and power. This is a great birth year wine as it'll be at its best 2030+. Learn More