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Wine

  1. Mountain Tides Petite Sirah California 2018

    Mountain Tides Petite Sirah California 2018

    $24.00
    A combination of multiple Petite Sirah vineyards from Healdsburg, Dry Creek, and Lodi. This inaugural vintage of the Mountain Tides Wine Co. California Petite Sirah showcases the freshness and energy that is possible with Petite Sirah when it is handled with care, with conscience, and with a desire to make a wine that is compelling both mentally and spiritually. Blackberry, plum, cedar box from oak, black pepper and some leather. Petite Sirah with this complexity usually doesn’t come in at 13.4% abv. Magic! Learn More
  2. Erggelet Malvasia Rose of Mourvedre 2018

    Erggelet Malvasia Rose of Mourvedre 2018

    $25.00
    This rosè is screaming for a seafood pairing. When winemaker Sebastion Erggelet pointed out the aromas of crushed oyster shell it was unmistakeable. Pale blood orange in the glass. Ocean breeze, salt & seaweed, fresh quince, cassis, rose hip and wet stone. This is not a delicate rosé that calls out all of the regular watermelon and strawberry describtors. Look more for minerality on this one. Only 60 Cases made. Learn More
  3. Erggelet Malvasia Bianca Cecchini Family Vineyard 2018

    Erggelet Malvasia Bianca Cecchini Family Vineyard 2018

    $25.00
    A blend of 76% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Cabernet Franc and 4% Petite Verdot. The wine spends time in 60% French Oak and is another flawless representation of Phillipe Melka’s talent. The fruit is bright and floral with the oak shining cleanly. A big mouthful of richly textured black and red fruits with expressive acidity and tannins. This wine can appeal to multiple wine drinkers with its big fruit and oak, but also it’s lively energy. Learn More
  4. Saint-Chamant Blanc de Blanc Champagne

    Saint-Chamant Blanc de Blanc Champagne

    $50.00
    There is a 5g/L dosage on this Champagne, but the roundness seems as if it is a much higher dosage. Lemon curd spread on a croissant is the first aroma that comes to mind as the lees aging is evident. Baked pear, marzipan and dried herbs give this sparkler a complexity that is not often seen in 100% Chardonnay. Big and rich, shying away from the laser sharp acidity that can take over Champagne. Round and ready to appeal to any Champagne drinker Learn More
  5. Domaine du Seminaire Cotes du Rhone 2018

    Domaine du Seminaire Cotes du Rhone 2018

    $18.00
    Big, bright jammy fruit jumps out of the glass as this wine is ready to drink. Sometimes Cotes du Rhone can be muddled and boring as they all seem to be cut from the same cloth. This has some spunk and some personality with a clean expression of Grenache, Syrah, and Carignan. Organically farmed with sweet strawberry, garrigue, licorice, blackberry and raspberry. This is a perfect example of Cotes du Rhone at the perfect price to make this a dinner staple or an everyday drinker. Learn More
  6. Saint Charmant Blanc de Blancs Brut Champagne NV

    Saint Charmant Blanc de Blancs Brut Champagne NV

    $50.00
    There is a 5g/L dosage on this Champagne, but the roundness seems as if it is a much higher dosage. Lemon curd spread on a croissant is the first aroma that comes to mind as the lees aging is evident. Baked pear, marzipan and dried herbs gives this sparkler a complexity that is not often seen in 100% Chardonnay. Big and rich, shying away from the laser sharp acidity that can take over Champagne. Round and ready to appeal to any Champagne drinker. Learn More
  7. Domaine de Marcoux Cotes du Rhone 2017

    Domaine de Marcoux Cotes du Rhone 2017

    $22.00
    The grapes here are mostly Grenache, coming from two sites just north of Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Complimenting the Grenache is a small percentage of Mourvedre, Cinsault, and Syrah to some complexity. This is a serious Côtes du Rhone with stewed red and black fruits which enhance the well structured earth notes. The fruit on this seems much cleaner than most Côtes du Rhone because it has only been aged in concrete tanks. Certified Biodynamic. Learn More
  8. Paul Janin Et Fils Beaujolais Moulin-a-Vent Domain des Vignes du Tremblay 2017

    Paul Janin Et Fils Beaujolais Moulin-a-Vent Domain des Vignes du Tremblay 2017

    $24.00
    The flavors of carbonic maceration are unmistakable here. Grape, bubble gum and cotton candy jump out if the glass, but this is also pretty serious. Grilled plum, black cherry, go along with the creamy scents of pine forest and cedar box. This is a firm and serious wine but it is also easy to drink and does not require ones full attention. Beaujolais built to do its job as a crowd-pleaser that over delivers at the price range. Learn More
  9. Bottex Bugey Cerdon Gamay France NV

    Bottex Bugey Cerdon Gamay France NV

    $22.00
    This sumptuously easy-to-drink sparkling wine from the region of Bugey is 90% Gamay and 10% Poulsard. Farmer’s market fresh strawberries and raspberries are backed by candied cherries, grapefruit and refreshing acidity. The wine has been bottled partway through fermentation, re-fermented in bottle until reaching the desired sweetness and bubbliness, then racked off its lees and recorked to avoid further fermentation. (and explosion) Learn More
  10. Conceito Bastardo 2018

    Conceito Bastardo 2018

    $35.00
    Get it while you can: in California for the first time, we received just one 6 pack of this unforgettable wine. Pale-colored, light-bodied, yet intense with aromas of red fruits, herbs, sweet spices, and vanilla, this is perhaps the opposite of everything you'd imagine about Portuguese red wine. The small number of 50-year-old Bastardo vines were a passion project of winemaker Rita Ferriera's parents, and she's taken the wine to another level. Learn More