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Wine

  1. La Rioja Alta Rioja "Vina Ardanza" Reserva 2010

    La Rioja Alta Rioja "Vina Ardanza" Reserva 2010

    $38.00
    80% Tempranillo (30 year old vines), 20% Garnacha ("old vines"). Limestone-heavy vineyards in high-altitude, cooler climate Rioja Alta region make for intense and minerally reds. Get fresh and dried plums, ripe cherries, charred meat, dry Indian spices, umami, green tea, pomegranate, leather. 3 years in lightly used American oak adds flavors of coconut and dill. Learn More
  2. Matthieu Barret Cotes du Rhone "Petit Ours" 2017

    Matthieu Barret Cotes du Rhone "Petit Ours" 2017

    $25.00
    Cotes du Rhone. All Syrah from Visan in the Northern Rhone Valley. Fruit destemmed, indigenous yeast, cement tank ferment and aged. Deep dark color, smell & taste boysenberries, blueberries, black pepper, bacon, black olive. Reminds us of Northern Rhone Syrah more than Southern with its spice/olive/meaty character. "Petit Ours" is "Little Bear." Learn More
  3. Baron de Magana Navarra Red Blend 2011

    Baron de Magana Navarra Red Blend 2011

    $28.00
    It’s always nice to find a winery in which their current release has some age on it. A sensational effort, it boasts a dense ruby/purple color as well as abundant notes of blackberries, crème de cassis, camphor and flowers, a medium to full-bodied mouthfeel, tremendous lushness and purity, and a beautifully textured, round, generous finish. This sexy, supple wine should drink well for 3-5+ years. Learn More
  4. Brown Estate "Chaos Theory" Napa Valley Red Wine 2017

    Brown Estate "Chaos Theory" Napa Valley Red Wine 2017

    $40.00
    A unique blend of 50% Merlot, 25% Petite Sirah, 15% Zinfandel 5% Petite Verdot and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon for a full, fruity, irresistible wine. So engaging on the nose with up-front aromas of strawberry, red plum, blueberry, black cherry, violets, black pepper, and licorice, followed by a palate that gives the wine an extra firmness from its chewy, tannic grip. Party in the mouth. Learn More
  5. "The Barrel Blend" Napa Valley Red Wine 2016

    "The Barrel Blend" Napa Valley Red Wine 2016

    $29.00
    “Kitchen sink blend” of 41% Merlot, 14% Zinfandel, 13% Malbec, 11%% Syrah, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon 4% Petite Sirah, 3% Pinot Noir, 3% Grenache 3% Petite Verdot, 2% Mouvedre, and 1% Cabernet Franc. The 2016 offers loads of kirsch and blackberry fruits as well as complex spice and tobacco characteristics. Fruit forward and charming with a dense color and soft palate. Learn More
  6. Clif Family "The Climber" 2017

    Clif Family "The Climber" 2017

    $38.00
    63% Cabernet Sauvignon, 19% Merlot, 15% Petite Sirah, and 5 % Cabernet Franc coming from Diamond Mountain and St. Helena, then aged in 40% new French oak for 18 months. This is an enticing blend that’s full and fruity without being too big or aggressive: aromas of red plums, blackcurrant, black cherry, chocolate, coffee, licorice, and cloves followed by a palate with soft, ripe tannins for an approachable wine that goes down very easily. Learn More
  7. 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
  8. Cave Dog Red Blend Napa Valley 2015

    Cave Dog Red Blend Napa Valley 2015

    $55.00
    This wine over-delivers at the price. There are so many Napa Cabernet Sauvignons masquerading around charging $80-100 dollars that it makes my eyes get wide open when I see a Bordeaux blend for only $55. This is Right Bank in style with 58% Merlot and 42% Cabernet Franc. Merlot is where the value is, as it has had a two decade up-hill battle that has only re-assured me that Pinot Noir has increased in price, but the quality is the same. Learn More
  9. Opus One Napa Valley Red Wine 2016

    Opus One Napa Valley Red Wine 2016

    $375.00 (NET)
    “The 2016 Opus One has turned out beautifully. The 2016 most closely resembles the 2014, although it has more mid-palate sweetness and overall depth, along with a slightly darker profile. I expect the 2016 will enjoy a long drinking window that will start to open relatively soon. Of the last four vintages, the 2016 is certainly the most open-knit in the early going. The blend is 78% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Petit Verdot, 8% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Franc and 1% Malbec. 96+ (AG) “ Learn More
  10. Rudius Bedrock Zinfandel Field Blend Sonoma 2016

    Rudius Bedrock Zinfandel Field Blend Sonoma 2016

    $40.00
    This is a predominantly Zinfandel field blend, but there are 22 different grapes in here. Old World varietals such as Alicante Bouche, Black Muscat and Cinsault thrive in the alluvial soils at the base of Moon Mountain, ripening early in Sonoma’s hot harvest days. Showing rich brambly purple fruits with delicate undertones of violet, black pepper and dried lavender, complimented by long subtle tannins that carry the wine through to an amazingly long finish. Learn More