1. La Marea Grenache Central Coast 2017

    La Marea Grenache Central Coast 2017

    2018 Winemaker of the year by S.F. Chronicle, Ian Brand is one of the hottest rising talents coming out the Central Coast right now. His wines are rooted in his past experiences with life, not just with wine. This Grenache is mostly sourced from Monterey; it is de-stemmed and stainless steel fermented. The color is extremely pale ruby with, clean ripe aromas of both black and red cherry. Notes of sarsaparilla and a delicate restrained earthy quality Learn More
  2. Idlewild "The Bee" White 2018

    Idlewild "The Bee" White 2018

    50% Muscat Canelli, 48% Arneis, 2% Cortese – a Piemonte blend mostly coming from organic fruit in Mendocino. This is a very engaging wine that’s rich but extremely balanced. Floral and aromatic on the nose, with aromas of honeysuckle, jasmine, acacia, orange blossom, grapes, peaches, apricots, and mango, leading on to a full, fruity palate with crisp, refreshing acidity and a very concentrated structure that’s got a lasting mineral grip. Learn More
  3. 2880 Red Blend Napa Valley 2015

    2880 Red Blend Napa Valley 2015

    53% Petite Sirah, 41% Grenache and the remainder is made up of Syrah. The estate fruit was handpicked and co-fermented; 10% whole-cluster. Hand punch-downs added elegance while indigenous yeast preserved sense of place. Pressed to barrel for malolactic fermentation and aged in second turn French Oak, the wines were blended just before bottling. Big flavors of dark fruits, plum, black cherry, and milk chocolate. 277 Cases. Learn More
  4. The Withers Ruben Red Blend El Dorado 2016

    The Withers Ruben Red Blend El Dorado 2016

    83% Mourvèdre, 9% Syrah, and 8% Grenache grown in the hills of El Dorado. Floral, spicy aromas and bold well-articulated flavors accompany a firm, moderately tannic texture in this oaky but well-balanced Mourvèdre-based wine. It has a tangy nervy mouthfeel, plenty of baking-spice and cedar nuances and a good core of red and black cherry. Earthy notes, meaty, black pepper, plums, raspberry and savory elements round out the palate. Learn More
  5. Vieux Telegraphe "La Crau" Chateauneuf du Pape 2017

    Vieux Telegraphe "La Crau" Chateauneuf du Pape 2017

    $105.00 (NET)
    “As always, the 2017 Châteauneuf Du Pape sees a small amount of stems, and the blend is 60% Grenache, 15% each of Syrah and Mourvèdre, and the rest an assortment of varieties. Red currants, lavender, salty minerality, nori, and plenty of peppery garrigue notes emerge from the glass. It's medium to full-bodied, has the sunny, sexy style of the vintage, yet also builds nicely on the palate, with ripe yet present tannins.” Jeb Dunnuck Learn More
  6. Domaine Des Romarins Cotes du Rhone 2017

    Domaine Des Romarins Cotes du Rhone 2017

    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
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    Saxum G2 Vineyard Magnum 2016

    Saxum G2 Vineyard Magnum 2016

    $365.00 (NET)
    "Checking in as a blend of 47% Grenache, 40% Mourvèdre and 13% Tannat (this is the first vintage to included Tannat, and since 2015 this cuvee has been more Grenache dominated), the 2016 G2 Vineyard is crazily exotic, with notes of black raspberries, white pepper, salty minerality, chalk and blood orange. Full-bodied, supple, polished and nicely structured, it should drink relatively great right out of the gate if the tannin integrates." - Jeb Dunnock, 96-98pts. Learn More
  8. Vermillion Red Wine California 2016

    Vermillion Red Wine California 2016

    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
  9. Clos Barthassade Cuvee H Languedoc Red 2018

    Clos Barthassade Cuvee H Languedoc Red 2018

    Sometimes we taste a wine that is such a great value it makes us embarrassed to admit that we live in Napa. The Languedoc in the south of France is still the go-to spot to find value. This wine is 70% Syrah with 15% Mouvèdre and 15% Grenache. The palate is full of cocoa powder, sedimentary soil, black pepper, and sweet tobacco. The weight of the wine is a little bit chewy and leads to a dry tannic finish, adding layers of complexity. This could become your new “House Red”. Learn More
  10. Les Bouquinistes Red Wine Napa Valley 2017

    Les Bouquinistes Red Wine Napa Valley 2017

    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