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  1. Carboniste Sparkling Rose 2018

    Carboniste Sparkling Rose 2018

    $29.00
    Very limited production for this sparkling rosé follow-up to Carboniste’s very successful sparkling Albariño. The grape this time is Pinot Noir and the result is a fun, very approachable bottle of bubbles full of vibrant aromas of rose petals, redcurrants, strawberries, red cherries, and guava. Perfect way to see out the summer. Learn More
  2. Rivers-Marie Pinot Noir "Bearwallow Vineyard" Anderson Valley 2016

    Rivers-Marie Pinot Noir "Bearwallow Vineyard" Anderson Valley 2016

    $60.00 (NET)
    Thomas Rivers Brown works with Kevin Harvey’s Rhys vineyard down in the “deep end” of the Anderson Valley, where there is a maritime influence with cooler days and moderate nights. Together with shallow, infertile soils, this means intense growing conditions to produce concentrated, complex, structured wines. There is an incredible purity to the gently ripe fruit and the attractively floral nose, given extra texture by the lightly grainy tannins and subtly spicy finish. Classy. Learn More
  3. Rivers-Marie Pinot Noir "Silver Eagle Vineyard" Sonoma Coast 2016

    Rivers-Marie Pinot Noir "Silver Eagle Vineyard" Sonoma Coast 2016

    $60.00 (NET)
    Classy single-vineyard Pinot coming from the rolling hills east of Occidental, this wine has so much depth and concentration, giving extra power to Pinot Noir’s natural complexity. There’s a dark core of ripe red plum, black cherries, and an essential earthy richness overladen with roses, violets, tarragon, clove, nutmeg, and black pepper. This is a serious, sophisticated Pinot which has another ten years of development in it at least. Learn More
  4. Relic "Kashaya" Pinot Noir Fort Ross-Seaview 2015

    Relic "Kashaya" Pinot Noir Fort Ross-Seaview 2015

    $72.00
    From one of our favorite local producers, the fruit for this serious Pinot Noir comes from the small coastal AVA of Fort Ross-Seaview. Fermentation is 30% whole cluster, adding a smooth tannic structure as well as inviting aromas of strawberry, red cherry, licorice, and pepper, leading on to a gripping structure and vibrant acidity. An intense, concentrated wine that has another ten years’ life in it. Learn More
  5. Kosta Browne Pinot Noir Russian River Valley 2017

    Kosta Browne Pinot Noir Russian River Valley 2017

    $110.00 (NET)
    Ridge have specialised in Zinfandel ever since they started making wine in the 1960s. Usually they blend their Zins with other historic varieties, but this is one of just two single-varietial Zins they make. The grapes are grown overlooking Dry Creek Valley from the east, hence the name. A Zin that’s simultaneously friendly and serious, with ripe blueberries, blackberries, and cherries, a herbal texture, gripping tannins, and a long spicy finish. Learn More
  6. Deutz Brut Classic Champagne NV

    Deutz Brut Classic Champagne NV

    $50.00
    Deutz have been making wine since 1838, and are incredibly consistent in the quality and style of their elegant champagnes. This is a blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir to produce a delicate, restrained, and stylish wine that has light aromas of green apple and cinnamon and a wonderfully fresh palate. The texture is very gentle, lightly mouth-coating and subtle. A wine that provides evidence that champagne is a perfect food pairing – drink this with salmon. Learn More
  7. Enfield Heron Lake Vineyard Pinot Noir Wild Horse Valley 2017

    Enfield Heron Lake Vineyard Pinot Noir Wild Horse Valley 2017

    $45.00
    From Heron Lake vineyard not far from here in Wild Horse Valley. There’s 50% whole-cluster fermentation, which gives the wine a firm structure to balance the red fruit aromas of strawberry, raspberry, and red cherry, as well as pepper and licorice. Quite lean on the palate, with vibrant acidity and a grainy texture, this is a serious, classy, restrained Pinot. Learn More
  8. Gremillet Brut Selection NV

    Gremillet Brut Selection NV

    $45.00
    70% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay, from the Côte des Bars area of Champagne, made by a small producer who have been making their own wine since 1979. The wine spends 22 months on the lees before bottling and dosage is 9/L, giving the wine some richness. This is an approachable champagne that’s a little more fruit forward with aromas of green apples, cinnamon, and toast, followed by crisp acidity on the palate and a drying finish. Very tasty. Learn More
  9. Senses Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir 2017

    Senses Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir 2017

    $55.00
    Senses are one of our favorite producers to have emerged in the last five years. A project between three friends who grew up around Occidental, they’re really focused on making wines which express their origins. This Sonoma Coast Pinot is extremely pretty, with aromas of strawberry, raspberry, red cherry, wild flowers, licorice, dried herbs, and tobacco. Concentrated and weighty, but very fresh. Learn More
  10. RAEN Pinot Noir Royal St Robert Sonoma Coast 2017

    RAEN Pinot Noir Royal St Robert Sonoma Coast 2017

    $60.00 (NET)
    Robert Mondavi's grandchildren (Carlo and Dante) pay homage to their granddad with this selection of their best barrels of Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir. 75% whole cluster ferment with native yeast, 10 months in neutral French oak. Rich and complex: Taste ripe black cherries and pomegranate with dried herbs and a hint of tangerine rind leading to a long, spicy finish. Learn More