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  1. Faugier-Gonnet Hermitage 2012

    Faugier-Gonnet Hermitage 2012

    $95.00
    Here is an Hermitage that relies on elegance and finesse, rather than the typical characteristics of strength and power that are more commonly found in the region. Now, this is not to say that the wine does not have the meaty, smoky, herbal garrigue that is a Northern Rhône signature. It still has all of that, and more. Silky smooth on the mid-palate with milk chocolate, stewed black fruits and an expansive finish that seems to build more and more from the opulent overall mouthfeel. Learn More
  2. 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
  3. Clos Barthassade Cuvee H Languedoc Red 2018

    Clos Barthassade Cuvee H Languedoc Red 2018

    $23.00
    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
  4. Berthet- Bondet Cote de Jura Trio Rouge 2016

    Berthet- Bondet Cote de Jura Trio Rouge 2016

    $30.00
    The trio of grapes that make up this wine are Poulsard, Trousseau, and Pinot Noir. Three amazing grapes in their own right, but they create a harmonious wine of delicate fruit flavors when blended together. A small amount of funk is balanced out by earthy aromas and damp forest floor. Red fruits dominate the palate and they are joined by light flavors of fig, soft tannins and firm acidity. This is a lovely representation of a Jura red. Learn More
  5. Les Bouquinistes Red Wine Napa Valley 2017

    Les Bouquinistes Red Wine Napa Valley 2017

    $58.00
    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
  6. Operation Dragoon Cotes du Rhone 2016

    Operation Dragoon Cotes du Rhone 2016

    $18.00
    70% Grenache, 30% Syrah. This wine by famed Rhone Vigneron Pierre Gaillard is in honor of the Allied invasion of Nazi-occupied Southern France in August 1944, which liberated the area from Marseille to Dijon in just 4 weeks. Get fresh wild strawberries and herbs de Provence with a hint of smoked meat and lavender on the finish. Fine tannins and bright acid. A very clean expression of the Rhone Valley. Learn More
  7. Jeff Cohn "The Imposter" California 2015

    Jeff Cohn "The Imposter" California 2015

    $35.00
    A very eclectic and unique blend of 44% Zinfandel, 22% Petite Sirah, 14% Syrah, 12% Grenache, 5% Carignan, 2% Mourvèdre, and 1% Viognier for a big, intense, dark wine with lots of fruity aromas – strawberry, raspberry, blackberry, black cherry, and plum – as well as chocolate, black peper, licorice, and sage. Extremely tasty. Learn More
  8. Forlorn Hope "ODB" Trousseau Rorick Vineyard 2017

    Forlorn Hope "ODB" Trousseau Rorick Vineyard 2017

    $34.00
    From the Rorick vineyard in Calaveras County, where there were experimental plantings of Trousseau until the 1920s. This comes from cuttings dating back to those original vines, reviving a little piece of California’s history. It’s incredibly pale in color, light in body but with real depth and concentration to the aromas of cranberry, strawberry, szechuan pepper, and dried herbs, finished off by a tight tannic structure. Unfined, unfiltered, and just 107 cases made. Learn More
  9. 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
  10. Eyrie Vineyards Troussseau Willamette 2017

    Eyrie Vineyards Troussseau Willamette 2017

    $35.00
    David Lett of Eyrie was the first to plant Pinot Noir in Willamette Valley back in 1965. He died in 2008, and his son Jason has continued the great work. He planted Trousseau in just 2012, and it seems perfectly suited to Oregon’s climate. Pale in color, with carbonic aromas of cranberry, strawberry, raspberry, and dried herbs followed by a grainy, gripping texture, this is a light-bodied wine that’s deceptively serious. Learn More