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  1. Cruse Wine Co Monkey Jacket 2018

    Cruse Wine Co Monkey Jacket 2018

    $28.00
    51% Valdiguié from across Mendocino, Napa, Sonoma, and Suisun, plus Carignan, Syrah, and a North Coast field blend. 20% of the blend was fermented whole cluster for aromas of bright raspberry tart, sweet summer flowers, and wild bramble followed on the palate by fresh acidity, crunchy fruit, and simple, cleansing tannins. Light and very approachable. Learn More
  2. Bedrock Evangelho Vineyard Heritage Contra Costa County 2017

    Bedrock Evangelho Vineyard Heritage Contra Costa County 2017

    $36.00
    Bedrock now own Evangelho Vineyard, one of California’s historic sites in Contra Costa County. It’s in safe hands, as winemaker Morgan Peterson is driven by preserving the heritage of the state. This is a field blend, made up predominantly by Mataro and Cinsault. This is a meaty, slightly rustic wine with aromas of ripe red and black fruits, chewy, gripping tannins, and a mouthcoating texture. 19th-century California in a bottle. Learn More
  3. Flotsam & Jetsam Old Vine Cinsault Western Cape South Africa 2017

    Flotsam & Jetsam Old Vine Cinsault Western Cape South Africa 2017

    $27.00
    Made by top South African winemaker Chris Alheit, this is an immediately rewarding medium-bodied red wine. There used to be a lot of Cinsault planted in the country due to its high yields. There are now some old vines left over that produce wines with more depth like this one. It’s very fresh on the nose, with aromas of rose petals, raspberry, red cherry, and dried herbs, followed by a grainy palate with high acidity. Light, fun, but concentrated. Learn More
  4. Donkey & Goat "The Bear" Red Wine El Dorado 2015

    Donkey & Goat "The Bear" Red Wine El Dorado 2015

    $45.00
    From one of California’s first natural wine producers and based in Berkeley, this is an irresistible Rhône blend of Counoise, Cinsault, Mourvèdre, Grenache, Syrah, and even Roussanne, all planted at 2,800ft/ 850m elevation in the Sierra Foothills. A really inviting, fresh, fruity nose, with aromas of raspberry, strawberry, blackberry, and black cherry, pepper, licorice, and nutmeg, leading into a lively palate with a grainy texture and a subtle yet mouthfilling finish Learn More
  5. Le P'tit Paysan Rose 2018

    Le P'tit Paysan Rose 2018

    $18.00
    61% Mourvèdre, 34% Grenache, 5% Cinsault. This is a very tasty rosé, with the perfect balance between fresh acidity and juicy fruitiness. On top of the strawberry, raspberry, blackberry aromas, there are herbs (thyme, rosemary) and spices (cinnamon, pepper) leading into a palate with a subtly creamy mouthfeel. Extremely refreshing, and everything you want from a rosé at a great price. Learn More
  6. Domaine des Pallieres "Les Racines" Gigondas 2015

    Domaine des Pallieres "Les Racines" Gigondas 2015

    $36.00
    80% Grenache, 8% Syrah, 7% Cinsault, 5% Clairette. Historic Gigondas property that had fallen into disrepair but was bought and revived by the Brunier brothers (Vieux Télégraphe) and Kermit Lynch. From 65-year-old vines surrounding the winery, the wine has an extremely attractive nose of roses, raspberry, red cherry, plum, vanilla, clove, and licorice with a tannic, gloriously crunchy, mouthcoating palate. Concentrated and ageworthy. Learn More
  7. La Barroche "Liberty" Vin de France 2016

    La Barroche "Liberty" Vin de France 2016

    $34.00
    Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Cinsault, Carignan. In essence, this is Châteauneuf-du-Pape, the fruit coming from the environs of the village. It’s every bit as good too: an expressive but restrained nose, with aromas of roses, raspberries, blackberries, bramble, all-spice, licorice, and herbs de provence leading on to very balanced palate that’s chewy and gripping with a long mouthcoating finish. Learn More
  8. Domaine Chante-Cigale Chateauneuf-du-Pape 2015

    Domaine Chante-Cigale Chateauneuf-du-Pape 2015

    $50.00
    65% Grenache, 20% Syrah, 10% Mourvèdre, 5% Cinsault. This is a serious, but inviting Châteauneuf. It’s not too tannic and has a lively, fresh acidity, which makes it very drinkable already. At the same time, its sophisticated structure make it ageworthy. First off on the nose are aromas of raspberry, plum, blackberry, and black cherry, then oak, smoke, and pepper, followed by a briny, black olive feel, all backed up by a long finish. Learn More