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  1. Cave Dog Red Blend Napa Valley 2015

    Cave Dog Red Blend Napa Valley 2015

    $55.00
    This wine over-delivers at the price. There are so many Napa Cabernet Sauvignons masquerading around charging $80-100 dollars that it makes my eyes get wide open when I see a Bordeaux blend for only $55. This is Right Bank in style with 58% Merlot and 42% Cabernet Franc. Merlot is where the value is, as it has had a two decade up-hill battle that has only re-assured me that Pinot Noir has increased in price, but the quality is the same. Learn More
  2. Bucklin "Old Hill Ranch" Sonoma Valley 2015

    Bucklin "Old Hill Ranch" Sonoma Valley 2015

    $37.00
    Great Estate vineyard near Glen Ellen in Sonoma Valley. Vines up to 160 years old! Zin based blend (65ish% Zin). Then Grenache, Petite Sirah, Alicante, Mourvedre & much more. Co-ferment. Big wine...not shy. Nose is a blend of briar patch, liqueur and earth. Christmas and Moroccan spices, berry jam, musk, tobacco, espresso. Have with BBQ & Grilled meats. 431 cases made. Learn More
  3. Jean-Francois Merieau "J'ose les fines bulles" Brut Touraine 2015

    Jean-Francois Merieau "J'ose les fines bulles" Brut Touraine 2015

    $20.00
    90% Chenin Blanc, 10% Chardonnay. This is a delicious, approachable, and easy-drinking sparkling wine from Touraine in the Loire. The Chenin-dominant blend gives the wine subtle aromatics of honeycomb, acacia, and honeysuckle, as well as green apples, pears, and peaches, while the Chardonnay gives it a fine, acidic structure. A lot of fun at this great-value price. Learn More
  4. "Por Que No?" Red Wine Napa Valley 2015

    "Por Que No?" Red Wine Napa Valley 2015

    $28.00
    A blend of 39% Zinfandel, 39% Petite Sirah, 21% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 1% Petit Verdot join forces to make this delicious, robust, dark berry fruit and spice-driven red wine. Smell and taste black cherry liqueur, allspice, incense, mocha, fruitcake, blueberries, and more. The fruit is juicy and the tannins are firm yet approachable. One of our favorite wines to recommend if you want wine that's local, unique, and very fairly priced. Learn More
  5. Domaine Le Grappin Beaune Les Greves Premier Cru 2015

    Domaine Le Grappin Beaune Les Greves Premier Cru 2015

    $85.00
    A rare find – the organically-farmed fruit comes from Les Grèves, in the heart of Beaune, where there is just one parcel of Chardonnay which five producers have access to. This is a superb example of white Burgundy at its finest, with a rich, creamy mouthfeel given extra grip by oak, all lifted by lively acidity. A weighty but very fresh wine, with pure fruit aromas of peach, apricot, and guava. Just 150 cases made – get it while you can. Learn More
  6. Comtesse de Cherisey Puligny-Montrachet Hameau de Blagny Premier Cru 2015

    Comtesse de Cherisey Puligny-Montrachet Hameau de Blagny Premier Cru 2015

    $100.00 (NET)
    Hameau du Blagny is a Puligny Premier Cru surrounding the hamlet of Blagny, hence the name. The organically-farmed vines were planted in 1950, helping give an extra concentration and depth of flavor to this superb wine. It’s aged in 33% new oak, adding weight, spice, and structure. The overall result is a rich but extremely fresh white Burgundy with aromas of stone fruits and cream. A wine that manages to be simultaneously delicate and powerful. Learn More
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    Maldonado Chardonnay "Los Olivos Vineyard" Napa Valley 2015

    Maldonado Chardonnay "Los Olivos Vineyard" Napa Valley 2015

    $38.00
    Lupe Maldonado arrived in America in 1968, working his way up from day laborer. Fast forward to today: his family owns 10 acres in Jamieson Canyon and he runs both winery and vineyards with his son and grandkids. Classic “big Napa” Chardonnay: buttered toast flavors (100% ML, barrel fermented and aged) are balanced by ripe lemon, fig, apple, and roast hazelnut, complemented by zippy acid. Learn More
  8. Favia "Cerro Sur" Napa Valley Red Wine 2015

    Favia "Cerro Sur" Napa Valley Red Wine 2015

    $175.00 (NET)
    85% Cabernet Franc, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon Grapes come from the "Cerro Sur" or "Sout Hills" of Napa. Southeast Napa to be exact: "Rancho Chimiles" in the Vaca Mountains the source of the Cab Franc. "Layers of concentrated black cherry and blackcurrant fruit and blueberries are present in this full-bodied, opulent and voluptuously textured wine." Mr Parker. 440 cases made. Learn More
  9. Sophie Roux St-Pourcain 2015

    Sophie Roux St-Pourcain 2015

    $21.00
    50% Chardonnay, 50% Tressalier – a local grape known as Sacy in Burgundy. West of the Mâconnais, St-Pourçain was once regarded as the finest of Loire’s whites, but due to phylloxera, war, and other crops it’s now tiny – just 640ha – so it’s a rare treat to try one. There’s a delicate richness with stone fruit and spicy lees aromas that give some weight to the tight, gripping acidity and grainy texture. Think of this as a cool take on Burgundy. Learn More
  10. Domaine d'Henri St-Pierre Chablis 2015

    Domaine d'Henri St-Pierre Chablis 2015

    $28.00
    Going back to the seventeenth century, the Laroche family own some of the best village plots in Chablis. From 30-year-old estate vines grown in Maligny, Chablis, and Fleys, this is an exceptional and classic representation of the famous appellation. There are light aromas of green apple and citrus fruit, but this is all about the acidic, tight, dry, gripping, and racy palate. Very Chablis. Learn More
  11. Amuse Bouche Napa Valley Red Wine 2015

    Amuse Bouche Napa Valley Red Wine 2015

    $225.00 (NET)
    88% Merlot, 12% Cabernet Franc. 70% new French oak for 18 months. A Pomerol style red by Heidi Barrett, super star winemaker. An irresistible nose of raspberry, cherry, and plum, cocoa, baking spices, vanilla, and dried herbs is backed up by an intense, complexly structured, ripely tannic, smooth, mouthcoating palate that point to a long life ahead. Rich and intense, but graceful. Label artwork by chef Jacques Pépin. Learn More
  12. Walter Hansel Chardonnay "Cahill Lane" 2015

    Walter Hansel Chardonnay "Cahill Lane" 2015

    $32.00
    Luscious, rich style of Chardonnay with underpinnings of fresh citrus and mineral smells and flavors. Steve Hansel has made Kistler/Marcassin-esque Chardonnays (at much more reasonable prices) for 20+ years. Enjoy the wine's graham cracker, spiced pear, butterscotch, Golden Delicious apple, lemon custard, and zippy acid on the finish. Learn More
  13. Domaine Les Comtes Lafon Meursault Premier Cru Clos de la Barre 2015

    Domaine Les Comtes Lafon Meursault Premier Cru Clos de la Barre 2015

    $170.00 (NET)
    The monopole Clos de la Barre is just 2.1ha, producing wines with an intense combination of richness and acidity. The 2015 is particularly excellent, with an aromatic intensity on the nose of green apples, lemon zest, nectarine, white flowers, smoke, vanilla, and chalk, with a spicy, almost tannic mouthfeel. Drink until 2035. Learn More
  14. Domaine Jomain Batard-Montrachet Grand Cru 2015
  15. Sandhi Sanford & Benedict Santa Rita Hills Chardonnay 2015

    Sandhi Sanford & Benedict Santa Rita Hills Chardonnay 2015

    $48.00
    Star sommelier Rajat Parr started his own label ten years ago, blending select wines from different producers rather like a négociant does in Burgundy. In a short time he’s come a long way, and now his wine is highly regarded in its own right. This Santa Rita Hills Chardonnay from the Sanford & Benedict vineyard may well be his best yet: the perfect balance between ripe stone fruit aromas, creamy texture, and a lifting, refreshing acidity. Learn More
  16. Sine Qua Non Entre Chien et Loup 2015

    Sine Qua Non Entre Chien et Loup 2015

    $200.00 (NET)
    42% Chardonnay, 40% Roussanne, 7% Viognier, 7 % Petit Manseng, 4% Marsanne. 20% raisied in concrete eggs, 20% in stainless steel. As good, if not better than the 2014 white, the 2015 Entre Chien et Loup (which translates to between a dog and wolf, but is a French saying referring to dusk/twilight) checks in as a blend of 44% Chardonnay, 40% Roussanne, 8% Petite Manseng and 8% Viognier, raised in a combination of concrete eggs, stainless steel, used barrels and new French oak (varying sizes). The Chardonnay dominates on the nose which shows terrific buttered citrus, stone fruits, marzipan and brioche nuances. These carry over to the palate where the wine is full-bodied, thrillingly concentrated and textured, with bright, even racy acidity. Give this beauty a few years, and it’s going to keep for two decades or more. Learn More
  17. Hand Of Fate Chardonnay W.O. Western Cape 2015

    Hand Of Fate Chardonnay W.O. Western Cape 2015

    $25.00
    There’s some killer Chardonnay coming out of South Africa right now, and this is one of them. Fruit comes from Stellenbosch and further inland Robertson, a nice combination of ocean influence and warm, sunny days. This is all about balance: a spicy, grainy, creamy texture and some oak with lively, refreshing acidity filled out by stone fruit aromas and a long mouthcoating finish. If you haven’t tried South African Chard, get this now. Learn More
  18. Apriori Proprietary Red Blend 2015

    Apriori Proprietary Red Blend 2015

    $38.00
    Mostly Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot from Rutherford and St. Helena, aged for two years in 25% new French oak. There’s a lot going on here: a perfumed nose with lots of ripe fruit aromas of blackcurrants, berries, cherries, and plums, together with pronounced oak aromas of vanilla beans, cloves, nutmeg, chocolate, and coffee. Very smooth on the palate, with vibrant acidity and velvety tannins. A go-to wine. Learn More