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  1. Forest-Marie Brut Champagne

    Forest-Marie Brut Champagne

    $50.00
    A 50/50 blend of both Chardonnay and Pinot Noir and a combination of the 2008 and 2010 vintages. Big, rich, round, yeasty biscuit quilities are the star of the show here. A really nice Growers Champagne with the land being in the family going back to 1746. A nose of cool pear, cream, citrus, brioche, and light apple. The palate is moderate in weight with golden apple, pear, brioche, and a light oak barrel spice to add texture. Learn More
  2. Clif Family "The Climber" 2017

    Clif Family "The Climber" 2017

    $38.00
    63% Cabernet Sauvignon, 19% Merlot, 15% Petite Sirah, and 5 % Cabernet Franc coming from Diamond Mountain and St. Helena, then aged in 40% new French oak for 18 months. This is an enticing blend that’s full and fruity without being too big or aggressive: aromas of red plums, blackcurrant, black cherry, chocolate, coffee, licorice, and cloves followed by a palate with soft, ripe tannins for an approachable wine that goes down very easily. Learn More
  3. Philippe Tessier Cheverny 2018

    Philippe Tessier Cheverny 2018

    $25.00
    The commune of Cheverny in the Loire can produce wines of piercing acidity, but sometimes there is a vintage where the fruit shines. 2018 was a vintage of near perfect growing conditions with high yields, great concentration, and lower than usual acidity. The addition of 30% Chardonnay in Tessier also makes this a wine with flavors of tangerine, melons, green banana, toasty almond meringue, stone fruits and tropical fruits. Very outgoing Cheverny. Learn More
  4. Champ Divin Jura Chardonnay 2018

    Champ Divin Jura Chardonnay 2018

    $25.00
    This might be one of the cleanest and purest Jura wines I have tasted. This is not a knock on the natural styles of the region, but it is simply to say the wine is wildly enjoyable. There is a good amount of butterscotch, baked apples/pears on the nose and the texture is creamy and dreamy. There is a great mouth coating texture that often comes with Chardonnay and the toasted marcona almonds hint that this Chardonnay is from Jura. Learn More
  5. Kongsgaard Chardonnay Napa Valley 2017

    Kongsgaard Chardonnay Napa Valley 2017

    $125.00 (NET)
    "Exuberant tropical fruit and honeysuckle scents plus savory/nut notes with hints of brioche, marzipan and ginger. Full-bodied and voluptuously fruited in the mouth, it offers tons of salted nut and savory layers with seamless freshness and fantastic length." - Lisa Perotti-Brown Learn More
  6. Antica Terra "Aurata" Chardonnay Willamette Valley 2017

    Antica Terra "Aurata" Chardonnay Willamette Valley 2017

    $150.00 (NET)
    Antica Terra is one of the finest “cult” wineries in Oregon and we were pleased to find out that they have a Chardonnay. In sourcing chardonnay, Antica Terra looked to the Shea Vineyard because it is one of the places that real depth and intensity comes through. Even in an opulent vintage, the vineyard has the ability to hold onto acid and deliver a deeply expressive wine with astonishing persistence. Learn More
  7. Saint-Chamant Blanc de Blanc Champagne

    Saint-Chamant Blanc de Blanc Champagne

    $50.00
    There is a 5g/L dosage on this Champagne, but the roundness seems as if it is a much higher dosage. Lemon curd spread on a croissant is the first aroma that comes to mind as the lees aging is evident. Baked pear, marzipan and dried herbs give this sparkler a complexity that is not often seen in 100% Chardonnay. Big and rich, shying away from the laser sharp acidity that can take over Champagne. Round and ready to appeal to any Champagne drinker Learn More
  8. Domaine du Seminaire Cotes du Rhone 2018

    Domaine du Seminaire Cotes du Rhone 2018

    $18.00
    Big, bright jammy fruit jumps out of the glass as this wine is ready to drink. Sometimes Cotes du Rhone can be muddled and boring as they all seem to be cut from the same cloth. This has some spunk and some personality with a clean expression of Grenache, Syrah, and Carignan. Organically farmed with sweet strawberry, garrigue, licorice, blackberry and raspberry. This is a perfect example of Cotes du Rhone at the perfect price to make this a dinner staple or an everyday drinker. Learn More
  9. 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
  10. Saint Charmant Blanc de Blancs Brut Champagne NV

    Saint Charmant Blanc de Blancs Brut Champagne NV

    $50.00
    There is a 5g/L dosage on this Champagne, but the roundness seems as if it is a much higher dosage. Lemon curd spread on a croissant is the first aroma that comes to mind as the lees aging is evident. Baked pear, marzipan and dried herbs gives this sparkler a complexity that is not often seen in 100% Chardonnay. Big and rich, shying away from the laser sharp acidity that can take over Champagne. Round and ready to appeal to any Champagne drinker. Learn More
  11. Robert Moncuit Le Mesnil Extra Brut Champagne NV

    Robert Moncuit Le Mesnil Extra Brut Champagne NV

    $50.00
    A blend of 100% Chardonnay from the 2013 and 2014 vintages, which showcases the chalky soils of Mesnil-sur-Oger and Oger. Portions of this cuvée spend time in 228 liter casks, which softens some of the acidity and give it texture. It’s hard to believe this is an Extra-Brut with 3g/L dosage because the texture is fairly rich and creamy with a fine mousse that caresses the palate. In the glass there are high citrus notes, fresh baked biscuits with lemon curd, green apple, pear and peach. Learn More
  12. Domaine d'Henri St-Pierre Chablis 2016

    Domaine d'Henri St-Pierre Chablis 2016

    $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
  13. Jacquesson Cuvee 742 Champagne NV

    Jacquesson Cuvee 742 Champagne NV

    $80.00
    50% Chardonnay, 25% Pinot Noir, 25% Meunier. The Cuvée 700 series is all about expressing both terroir and the vintage – the wine changes with each release, rather than being a consistent house blend. The base for 742 is 2014, showing a subtly developing maturity of roasted almonds, biscuit, and mushrooms but still incredibly fresh with high acidity and a dry, lean, linear palate filled out with a creamy texture and red apples. Intense and ageworthy. Learn More
  14. Tsantali Xinomavro Naoussa Greece 2014

    Tsantali Xinomavro Naoussa Greece 2014

    $19.00
    Similar to the wines of famous regions such as Burgundy, if you see Naoussa on the label, the grape in the bottle is Xinomavro. This expression is a little bit lighter than the grape can express with a vibrant ruby red color and clocking in at 12.5 % abv. The nose is fruit-forward with ripe red berries and savory notes of herbs. Medium-bodied with a delicate light mushroom, leather and fig. Very much like a Pinot Noir in style and should satisfy many palates Learn More
  15. Opus One Napa Valley Red Wine 2016

    Opus One Napa Valley Red Wine 2016

    $375.00 (NET)
    “The 2016 Opus One has turned out beautifully. The 2016 most closely resembles the 2014, although it has more mid-palate sweetness and overall depth, along with a slightly darker profile. I expect the 2016 will enjoy a long drinking window that will start to open relatively soon. Of the last four vintages, the 2016 is certainly the most open-knit in the early going. The blend is 78% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Petit Verdot, 8% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Franc and 1% Malbec. 96+ (AG) “ Learn More
  16. Failla Fort-Ross Seaview Estate Chardonnay 2017

    Failla Fort-Ross Seaview Estate Chardonnay 2017

    $52.00
    Estate vineyard right near the Pacific Ocean that’s entirely dry-farmed. These cool, difficult growing conditions result in low yields but high, intense quality. Aged for 11 months in 15% new French oak, 30% Nomblot concrete egg and 10% stainless. This leads to a unique Chardonnay for California, lean, mineral, and grainy with sturdy acidity and light citrus aromas. Crème brȗlée as well as stone fruits such as apricot and peach are found on the palate, leading to a crisp and creamy finish. Learn More
  17. Hudson Vineyards Estate Grown Chardonnay Carneros 2017

    Hudson Vineyards Estate Grown Chardonnay Carneros 2017

    $65.00 (NET)
    From Lee Hudson's awesome vineyard on Highway 12 in the Carneros. One of California's best Chardonnays, this is rich, layered, creamy, tangy and intense. Smell and taste fresh pineapple drizzled with honey, lemon custard, peach puree, baked pears, roast almonds and hazelnuts, toasted and buttered croissants, fresh cream. 14 months in 60% French oak. Has both exceptional richness and a nice crisp, extremely long finish. Learn More
  18. Georges Laval Brut Nature Champagne NV

    Georges Laval Brut Nature Champagne NV

    $98.00
    Although the Laval family has grown grapes in Cumières for generations, it wasn’t until 1971 that the (late) Georges Laval began releasing estate-bottled wines. Among the many notable features of the Laval wines is the family’s longtime commitment to organic viticulture—they’ve been practicing organic since the 1970s, and have long been certified by Ecocert. Transcendent purity, depth, structure and complexity. Learn More
  19. Rudius Bedrock Zinfandel Field Blend Sonoma 2016

    Rudius Bedrock Zinfandel Field Blend Sonoma 2016

    $40.00
    This is a predominantly Zinfandel field blend, but there are 22 different grapes in here. Old World varietals such as Alicante Bouche, Black Muscat and Cinsault thrive in the alluvial soils at the base of Moon Mountain, ripening early in Sonoma’s hot harvest days. Showing rich brambly purple fruits with delicate undertones of violet, black pepper and dried lavender, complimented by long subtle tannins that carry the wine through to an amazingly long finish. Learn More
  20. Hourglass "HGIII" Napa Valley Red Wine 2017

    Hourglass "HGIII" Napa Valley Red Wine 2017

    $53.00
    Multiple layers of fruit are coaxed out of the glass by winemaker Tony Biagi. Mostly Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petite Sirah. This is very much a bordeaux style wine with earthy notes of leather, wet leaves, and forest floor. Dark fruits, dark chocolate, figs and fine tannins allow this wine to show its depth and concentration. This is a big wine that can stand up to big food, but its silky smooth texture allows it to hold its own all by itself. Learn More
  21. Favia Carbone Chardonnay Coombsville Napa 2018

    Favia Carbone Chardonnay Coombsville Napa 2018

    $48.00
    Chardonnay grapes grown in the Cabernet dominated Coombsville AVA with a fresh and crisp version of grape. This doesn’t go through malolactic fermentation, which leads to a sleek profile, with good intensity. The flavors are dominated by white peach, nectarine, yellow apples, pear and lemon curd. This wine does not lean too far in one direction, it has a nice balance of acidity and new oak while not being too heavy. Fresh and vibrant is the key to this Chardonnay Learn More
  22. Domaine Des Romarins Cotes du Rhone 2017

    Domaine Des Romarins Cotes du Rhone 2017

    $15.00
    50% Grenache, 30% Syrah, 10% Mourvèdre, 10% Carignane. A classic easygoing, not-too-heavy southern French red. Ripe strawberries and red cherries with mild tannins and a kiss of acidity on first opening. Let it breathe a while to capture its boysenberry, black pepper, anise and black olive smells and flavors. Learn More
  23. Frank Family Blanc de Blanc Napa Valley 2014

    Frank Family Blanc de Blanc Napa Valley 2014

    $55.00
    Notes from the winery: Our signature sparkling wine, the Blanc de Blancs is hand-crafted from 100% estate-grown Chardonnay. It has a beautiful bouquet marked by floral and citrus notes. The palate is fresh and vibrant, with a rich structure and creaminess that brings balance and intensity to the flavors. The refined finish shows remarkable length with excellent minerality and effervescent fruit that lingers Learn More
  24. Maldonado Chardonnay "Los Olivos Vineyard" Napa Valley 2016

    Maldonado Chardonnay "Los Olivos Vineyard" Napa Valley 2016

    $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. Rich and round. Learn More
  25. Vermillion Red Wine California 2016

    Vermillion Red Wine California 2016

    $36.00
    62% Grenache, 21% Mourvèdre, 10% Syrah, 6% Petite Sirah, and 1% Counoise. With fruit coming from Sonoma and Sierra Foothills, this is Helen Keplinger’s “second label” and the vivid Vermillion package is reflected in the wine with bright, ripe strawberries, raspberries, plums, blackberries, and black cherries, with a peppery, earthy smokiness and sweet spice, cinnamon notes. A great Californian expression of the Rhône. Learn More