1. Rudius Bedrock Zinfandel Field Blend Sonoma 2016

    Rudius Bedrock Zinfandel Field Blend Sonoma 2016

    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
  2. Hourglass "HGIII" Napa Valley Red Wine 2017

    Hourglass "HGIII" Napa Valley Red Wine 2017

    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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. The Crane Assembly "Disciples" Napa Valley Red Wine 2017

    The Crane Assembly "Disciples" Napa Valley Red Wine 2017

    The Disciples project – so called for a series of vineyards that are “disciples” to the historic G.B. Crane site – continues to evolve with the addition of Charbono (13%) and Grenache (6%) to the blend. Charbono adds a soft, chocolate texture to the wine, the Grenache some spice and raspberry aromas. The main grape is Zinfandel, for substantial blueberry, strawberry, floral aromas, with a little bit of Petite Sirah (5%) adding beef and tannin. Creamy, round, and very tempting. Learn More
  6. Bucklin "Old Hill Ranch" Sonoma Valley 2015

    Bucklin "Old Hill Ranch" Sonoma Valley 2015

    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
  7. G.D. Vajra Rosato Piedmont 2018

    G.D. Vajra Rosato Piedmont 2018

    60% Nebbiolo, 20% Barbera, 20% Dolcetto. From one of our favorite Barolo producers comes this tasty rosé. It’s an unusual blend of Piemonte’s most important black grapes, for fresh, engaging aromas of strawberries, cherries, pomegranates, and orange blossom, lifted by vibrant acidity which makes this rosé especially refreshing. A very approachable rosé with a serious, thoughtful edge. Learn More
  8. "Por Que No?" Red Wine Napa Valley 2015

    "Por Que No?" Red Wine Napa Valley 2015

    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
  9. Clif Family "The Climber" 2016

    Clif Family "The Climber" 2016

    52% Merlot/48% Cabernet Sauvignon, coming from Calistoga and St. Helena, and 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
  10. Stolpman Vineyards "La Cuadrilla" Ballard Canyon 2017

    Stolpman Vineyards "La Cuadrilla" Ballard Canyon 2017

    55% Syrah, 27% Sangiovese, 18% Grenache. Stunningly great value and very tasty blend from Ballard Canyon in Santa Barbara. 20% whole cluster fermentation leads to a fresh, smooth, invitingly fruity nose with aromas of red cherry, blackberry, and raspberry as well as roses and violets. The palate has a lightly gripping texture and a subtly spicy finish. A food-friendly wine that’s very hard to resist. Learn More