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Wine

  1. ROAR Pinot Noir Santa Lucia Highlands 2017

    ROAR Pinot Noir Santa Lucia Highlands 2017

    $45.00 (NET)
    Chocolate, bright red fruits and dusty scrub brush aromas comes together in the 2017 Santa Lucia Highlands Pinot Noir - a lovely example of what the region has to offer. Strawberry and cherry fill the palate, supported by leather and herbs. Through the finish, the fruit is full and bolstered by earthy, dark accents, and lifted by a bit of spice and savory olive. Learn More
  2. Benevolent Neglect "Enz Vineyard" Zinfandel 2018

    Benevolent Neglect "Enz Vineyard" Zinfandel 2018

    $55.00
    Zindandel coming from a legendary vineyard in San Benito that has layers and layers of limestone. True to old style winemaking, the grapes for this Zinfandel are aged in 40% amphora. Concentrated, big and bold in structure, fig spread, blackberry, baking spices, and fermented meats such as prosciutto and pancetta. This is a very small production of Zinfandel that comes from a vineyard that mostly grows Mourvèdre Learn More
  3. Benevolent Neglect Syrah 2017

    Benevolent Neglect Syrah 2017

    $45.00
    Smoky, meaty and bacon-like in its qualities, and who doesn’t like bacon? There are also some reductive notes and woodsy barrel flavors. Black olive, and the “old-school” bologna with the pieces of pimento stuffed olive in it. This is all a good thing and it is coupled with herbal notes and chocolate that reminds one of a great Syrah from the Northern Rhône. Another high quality wine from Benevolent Neglect at a price that represents a good value. Learn More
  4. Benevolent Neglect GSM Blend 2017

    Benevolent Neglect GSM Blend 2017

    $40.00
    A blend of 60% Mourvèdre, 25% Grenache, and 15% Syrah with all of the qualities of France’s best Rhône blends. Big spice, dusty, stewed fruit, cracked black pepper and hints of fresh olive oil. They chose to use Hungarian oak and the result is clove, nutmeg, fennel and a great balance of tannins and savory notes. This is a brand to keep an eye on as they continue to make great wines while staying true to their style. Learn More
  5. Benevolent Neglect Grenache Lake County 2017

    Benevolent Neglect Grenache Lake County 2017

    $45.00
    This is a really cool bottling by the folks at Benevolent Neglect that came about when a half barrel got lost in the cellar. Glazed doughnuts with raspberry filling; rich and ripe with fruit that borders on tart and rich. This is also a 2017 and so the grapes were left on their skins for twice the usual amount of time due to evacuations from the fires. The end result is an amazing wine that happened to be from trying times. Learn More
  6. 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
  7. Realm "The Tempest" Proprietary Red Napa Valley 2017

    Realm "The Tempest" Proprietary Red Napa Valley 2017

    $135.00 (NET)
    “66% Merlot and 34% Cabernet Sauvignon from multiple sites … a rocking bouquet of plums, chocolate, scorched earth, and spice box, with an alluring mole-like character developing in the glass. It’s deep, rich, and powerful on the palate, yet has a forward, layered style as well as rocking purity, no hard edges, sweet tannins, and a great finish … one of the finest Merlot-dominated blends in the vintage” – Jeb Dunnock Learn More
  8. Little Frances Chenin Blanc Clarksburg 2018

    Little Frances Chenin Blanc Clarksburg 2018

    $22.00
    The grapes come from the center of California’s Chenin Blanc plantings, Clarksburg. Fermentation is completed in neutral oak to give the wine a creamy mouthfeel. Dry with high, crisp acidity, there’s a grainy texture giving the wine some edge and grip, as well as Chenin Blanc’s characteristic waxy, honeycomb aromas and juicy aromas which are like biting into a fresh peach. Just 110 cases made. Learn More
  9. Little Frances Semillon Luchsinger Vineyard Lake County 2015

    Little Frances Semillon Luchsinger Vineyard Lake County 2015

    $24.00
    Winemaker Erin Pooley (her middle name is Frances and she’s not the tallest) is from Sydney, near Hunter Valley where extraordinarily distinctive Sémillon is made. Taking inspiration from her homeland, she picks early to ensure high acidity and low alcohol (just 10.9%). From 2015, this is beginning to develop Sémillon complexity, with aromas of smoke, biscuit, toast, and a touch of spice, alongside a subtly waxy texture. A wine to follow. Learn More
  10. Benevolent Neglect Riesling Mendocino 2018

    Benevolent Neglect Riesling Mendocino 2018

    $28.00
    From up near Ukiah in Mendocino, where the cooler climate allows for a long growing season – perfect for Riesling, picked mid-September. A floral, fruity nose of honeysuckle, lime, blood orange, and red grapefruit. The high acidity (3.1pH) is balanced by some residual sugar (14g/L), which also adds some body and richness to the palate. Perfect companion for creamy Thai curries. Learn More