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  1. Toivola Cabernet Sauvignon Coombsville, Napa Valley 2014

    Toivola Cabernet Sauvignon Coombsville, Napa Valley 2014

    $80.00
    Only 2 barrels of Cabernet made from the Toivola family's tiny Estate vineyard just east of Downtown Napa. Showing deep, dark, concentrated berry/cherry fruit, black currants, chocolate fudge, black licorice, pipe tobacco and nutmeg. Firm, fine tannins on the gums and palate. Hold this short term...drink 2020 and beyond. 50 cases made. Learn More
  2. Keever "Inspirado" Napa Valley 2014

    Keever "Inspirado" Napa Valley 2014

    $75.00
    77% Cabernet Sauvignon, 16% Merlot, 7% Malbec. With Jim Barbour growing the grapes on Howell Mountain and Celia Welch making the wine, you are assured of top quality. Aromas of dark purple berries, mulling spices, toasted hazelnuts, mocha, tobacco, and wild anise waft from the glass when one swirls this ripe, complex Bordeaux-style blend. Well-integrated oak, great lift, mid-palate complexity, and length on this vibrant, very approachable wine. Learn More
  3. Anthem Estate Cabernet Sauvignon Mt Veeder 2014

    Anthem Estate Cabernet Sauvignon Mt Veeder 2014

    $95.00
    Dense, layered and structured estate cab from Mt. Veeder, overlooking Napa town. Jeff Ames (Rudius, Tor & more), winemaker. Smell and taste crème de cassis, baked blackberries, anise liqueur, saddle leather, and pronounced minerality. Firm tannins soften quickly, bit more acid than the usual makes this an especially good accompaniment with dinner any time over the next 10 or so years. Learn More
  4. Paradigm Merlot Oakville Napa Valley 2014

    Paradigm Merlot Oakville Napa Valley 2014

    $53.00
    Heidi Barrett’s been making wine for Paradigm from the outset in the early 1990s, making them one of Napa’s most reliable top producers. This Merlot demonstrates that the grape can make wine every bit as good as Cab, with aromas of plums, smoke, black pepper, oak, and tarragon leading into a palate that’s invitingly soft but with firm tannins and a complex structure. Smooth and very drinkable. Learn More
  5. Tres Sabores Petite Sirah 2014

    Tres Sabores Petite Sirah 2014

    $40.00
    From Guarino Vineyard up in Calistoga comes this intense, dusty, full-bodied Petite Sirah. Veteran winemaker Julie Johnson rates this her best Petite Sirah yet, and with good reason. It’s full of ripe, jammy black fruit aromas on the nose as well some dried fig and prunes which are well balanced by a tannic, dry palate. A mouth-filling wine that calls out for some steak. Learn More
  6. Stellareese Cabernet Sauvignon "Marcey's Vineyard" Calistoga 2014

    Stellareese Cabernet Sauvignon "Marcey's Vineyard" Calistoga 2014

    $55.00
    Husband/wife winery making only this Cabernet from a tiny, organic vineyard in Calistoga. This is for lovers of classic Napa Cab. It’s big and fruity, full of ripe aromas of blackcurrant, black cherry, and black plum, plus spicy, toasty oak aromas of crushed peppercorn and ground coffee, vanilla, and chocolate, with a chewy tannic mouthfeel. Dark, rich, full, mouthcoating, and long. Learn More
  7. Petrichor Grenache Sonoma County 2014

    Petrichor Grenache Sonoma County 2014

    $36.00
    We’re really excited about the emerging quality of Grenache in California. Long overlooked, the Mediterranean conditions suit the variety. Petrichor are based in Sonoma, and the vines are planted at high elevation to slow ripening down. Grainy, earthy, leathery, and smooth, with graceful red fruits and just the slightest hint of jam backed up by smoke and licorice. Subtly delicious with a long finish. Learn More
  8. Post & Vine Testa Vineyard Field Blend Mendocino 2014

    Post & Vine Testa Vineyard Field Blend Mendocino 2014

    $31.00
    35% Carignane, 33% Grenache, 32% Petite Sirah. Made by top winemaker Rebekah Wineburg, Post & Vine is a project dedicated to old-vine field blends. Testa Vineyard in Mendocino is 150 years old, with plantings from the 1950s used for this delicious blend. Spicy, soft, and ripe, with a very inviting nose of violets, tarragon, sage, strawberries, plums, and black cherries, with grainy tannins and juicy fruit on the palate leading up to a long finish. For Zin lovers, without being Zin. Learn More
  9. Cerro Napa Valley Petit Verdot 2014

    Cerro Napa Valley Petit Verdot 2014

    $34.00
    Just the second release from owner and winemaker, Derek Beitler, who gets the fruit from Rutherford. Aged for three years in 33% new French oak, this Petit Verdot is not for the shy or faint-hearted: big, bold, smoky, spicy, dark, oaky, tannic, and intense – although floral aromas of violets and irises give the wine finesse and grace. As we say in California, “Go big, or go home.” Learn More
  10. Miss Olivia Brion Chardonnay Wild Horse Valley 2014

    Miss Olivia Brion Chardonnay Wild Horse Valley 2014

    $36.00
    From cool-climate “Heron Lake Vineyard” in Wild Horse Valley. Barrel fermented and aged (some new, some used), native yeast. Rich, with distinctive oak, not especially buttery (despite full ML). Vanilla, toffee, lemon chiffon, quince, baked apples and stony minerality. Lively acid keeps this wine refreshing. Very distinctive among California Chards. Learn More