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Wine

  1. Ghost of a Chance "Usurper" Red Napa Valley 2017

    Ghost of a Chance "Usurper" Red Napa Valley 2017

    $40.00
    75% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Franc. From three vineyards around Napa, this Cabernet-based blend is big and fun with a deep, serious backbone. Juicy and almost jammy, it's chockful of black fruits, with ground coffee, cocoa, and all-spice. Smooth and grainy on the palate, it’s everything you want from a Napa red - concentrated, long, and balanced. Learn More
  2. Domaine du Tremblay Sauvignon Blanc Quincy 2018

    Domaine du Tremblay Sauvignon Blanc Quincy 2018

    $19.00
    Quincy is a tiny little appellation just west of the massively popular Sancerre, but the quality is all there. The region of roughly 25 producers sits on mostly sand and gravel; tiny production means the wines don’t make it to the states very often. This wine is 100% Sauvignon Blanc and shows notes of fresh-cut grass, honeydew melon, yellow apple, and Bartlett pear. There is a salty minerality with more of a green apple on the palate leading to a finish that is dry without being austere. Learn More
  3. Domaine Laporte "Les Duchesses" Pouilly-Fume 2018

    Domaine Laporte "Les Duchesses" Pouilly-Fume 2018

    $28.00
    If you are tired of the modernized style of Sancerre and are looking for something that has more personality and less polish, look west across the river to Pouilly-Fumé. A wealth of smoky minerality and acidity are framed by the grapefruit and lemon/lime. This wine spend 5 months on its lees giving it texture that stands up to the herbal grassiness and pencil shavings. Light hints of mint, orange zest and honeydew melon. Learn More
  4. Catena "La Consulta" Malbec Mendoza 2016

    Catena "La Consulta" Malbec Mendoza 2016

    $24.00
    The Catena Family has been making wine in Argentina since 1902 and is synonymous with high-altitude Malbec. The “La Consulta” is sourced mostly from the San Carlos district and the fruit is extremely well rounded. The mouthfeel is rich and velvety with ripe fruit notes of baked blueberries, plums and other dark berries. Some notes of vanilla from the 35% new French oak push this into the category of “Food not Required”. So smooth. Learn More
  5. Chateau Lamartine Malbec Cahors 2015

    Chateau Lamartine Malbec Cahors 2015

    $19.00
    The main grape is Côt, at 90% of the blend, with 10% Merlot to soften the finish. Côt is the local name for Malbec and this may not be the Malbec most Americans are accustomed to. This has the depth and earthyness of Bordeaux in many ways. There is a lot of black fruits, such as blackberry, black cherry, black plum and a hint of underground celler. What separates this wine from others is the impeccable structure of the fruit, earth, and tannin. Learn More
  6. Cliff Lede Sauvignon Blanc Napa Valley 2018

    Cliff Lede Sauvignon Blanc Napa Valley 2018

    $28.00
    The grapes for this Sauvignon Blanc are mainly sourced from east Rutherford which is home to old clones of musqué and semillon. The other vines that contribute to the blend come from Calistoga. Fermentation was 67% French oak, 29% stainless steel and 4% concrete eggs. After fermentation the wine was aged on its lees with daily or weekly batonage. Flavors of kaffir lime, lychee, a limestone-like minerality and there is a richness from the oak to balance the intense acidity. Learn More
  7. Daniel Chotard Sancerre 2018

    Daniel Chotard Sancerre 2018

    $30.00
    In recent years Daniel has handed over the reins to his son Simon, which has resulted in some subtle changes, such as organic farming practices. Another choice Simon makes is to pick the grapes later than most in order to achieve a style that has less acid. This does not make a flabby wine by any means; instead it exhibits round flavors of pears, quince, and honeydew. This is a very refreshing take on the classic Sancerre. Learn More
  8. Tour des Gendres Petillant Naturel Vin de France 2018

    Tour des Gendres Petillant Naturel Vin de France 2018

    $22.00
    Organically-grown 70% Sauvignon Blanc, 30% Chenin Blanc from the Bergerac region east of Bordeaux, spending six months on the lees. Alcohol is just 11%, for a very light, refreshing style. It’s fruity, easy, and very approachable, with bright, clean aromas of apples, pears, and sweet spices, as well as a subtle toasty influence from the lees. The palate is wonderfully fresh – this is light on its feet and hard to resist. Learn More
  9. Massican Sauvignon Blanc Napa Valley 2018

    Massican Sauvignon Blanc Napa Valley 2018

    $35.00
    The Massican Blue is rooted in the original pigment of Pompeiian Blue, seen in time worn Frescoes and historical artifacts in the south of Italy. If you gave this to me blind I would guess it is from the Loire. Very mineral driven on the nose with smoky notes, pear, prosciutto, and grapefruit. The palate is much richer and round than the nose would indicate. This wine is a perfect pairing for shellfish and many types of seafood. Learn More
  10. Dogwood & Thistle Sauvignon Blanc Mendocino 2018

    Dogwood & Thistle Sauvignon Blanc Mendocino 2018

    $21.00
    Husband and wife team Sandy and Erin Robertson source their dry-farmed Sauvignon Blanc from a cooler spot in Mariah Vineyard in Mendocino Ridge. It’s then barrel fermented to give it a richer mouthfeel, which ties in with the fuller style with attractive aromas of tropical fruit – guava, kiwi, passionfruit – together with earth, grass, white tea, elderflower, and jasmine. A crisp, fresh, vibrant palate gives the wine lift and immediacy. Just 150 cases made. Learn More