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Wine

  1. La Bastide Saint Vincent Gigondas 2014

    La Bastide Saint Vincent Gigondas 2014

    $30.00
    Here is a Gigondas that is begging to be drunk right now; sure it will last another 5 years, but it is so accessible now. The fruit is slightly briary with the expected herbal blackberry and plum. Some savory notes such as smoked meats and forest floor make an appearance to confirm that it is a Gigondas. 85% Grenache and 15 % Syrah give this all of the rich chewy fruit that one could ask for. Try to find a Châteauneuf-du-Pape at this price. Learn More
  2. Lieu Dit Melon Santa Maria Valley 2017

    Lieu Dit Melon Santa Maria Valley 2017

    $22.00
    It’s rare to see Melon – the French grape of Muscadet – in California, but there are some old plantings scattered around the state (because UC Davis mistakenly thought it was Pinot Blanc). Alcohol here is just 11.8% – this is so light and fresh, with racy acidity. There’s a gentle fruitiness, with aromas of green apples, as well as a subtle, creamy lees influence and a stony, steely texture. Very much a wine to be drunk with oysters. Learn More
  3. Holus Bolus Roussanne Santa Maria Valley 2017

    Holus Bolus Roussanne Santa Maria Valley 2017

    $33.00
    Grown on the famous Bien Nacido vineyard, where there are just 2ha of Roussanne planted and aged in a combination of concrete and neutral oak. The result is a concentrated wine with great depth that’s complex and aromatic: wax, nuts, stone fruit, white flowers, cream, and spice on the nose, going into a palate lifted by lively acidity and a grainy texture. A great example of Roussanne’s profound balance between rich aromas and fresh acidity. Biodynamic. Learn More
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    Domaine de l'Espigouette Gigondas 2014

    Domaine de l'Espigouette Gigondas 2014

    $39.00
    70% Grenache, 30% Mourvèdre. Made from 35-year-old vines, this is a highly appealing Gigondas. Deceptively light on the nose, there’s a nice, balanced ripeness to the raspberry, blackberry, and black cherry aromas, together with a herbal, garrigue character. On the palate, the tannins are dry but integrated, with a lasting all-spice, licorice feel on the finish. A wine calling out for red meat. Learn More