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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. Ridge Zinfandel "East Bench" Dry Creek Valley 2017

    Ridge Zinfandel "East Bench" Dry Creek Valley 2017

    $32.00
    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
  4. Hayfork Cabernet Sauvignon "Lewelling Ranch" St Helena Napa Valley 2015

    Hayfork Cabernet Sauvignon "Lewelling Ranch" St Helena Napa Valley 2015

    $75.00
    All family-owned and family-made Lewelling Vineyard St. Helena Cabernet Sauvignon, with 5% Petit Verdot for extra power and aromatics, aged in 70% new French oak for 20 months. This big, powerful Cabernet offers up dark and dense berry and cherry fruits, sweet spices, cocoa, anise, and black truffle aromas, as well as boasting a perfect balance of ripeness, acid, and tannins, making it an ideal Cab to cellar. 730 cases made. Learn More
  5. La Ferme Rouge "Terre Rouge" Morocco 2016

    La Ferme Rouge "Terre Rouge" Morocco 2016

    $20.00
    This Moroccan red comes from 50km north of Casablanca and 15km from the sea, the grapes grown in the Zaer AOC at 450m altitude for an ideal balance between warmth and cooling influences. The blend is of Carignan and Syrah, resulting in an inviting nose of roses, violets, strawberry, raspberry, blackberry, and black cherry, with a touch of jam, good grip on the palate and an overall easy, juicy mouthfeel. Great weekday red. Learn More
  6. The Archive Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2015

    The Archive Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2015

    $50.00
    80% of the fruit from this fun, approachable Cab comes from La Place vineyard, which was disused and rundown before Jim Barbour and Mike Hirby of Relic started putting it back in shape. 2015 is the first year they’ve been happy enough to bottle it and the result is astonishingly good value for the quality: rich aromas of black fruits, herbs, and spice backed up by ripe tannins and fresh acidity. This is a young, lively, easy-to-drink, go-to Cab. Learn More
  7. Clif Family "The Climber" 2016

    Clif Family "The Climber" 2016

    $38.00
    52% Merlot/48% Cabernet Sauvignon, coming from Calistoga and St. Helena, and 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
  8. Bedrock Evangelho Vineyard Heritage Contra Costa County 2017

    Bedrock Evangelho Vineyard Heritage Contra Costa County 2017

    $36.00
    Bedrock now own Evangelho Vineyard, one of California’s historic sites in Contra Costa County. It’s in safe hands, as winemaker Morgan Peterson is driven by preserving the heritage of the state. This is a field blend, made up predominantly by Mataro and Cinsault. This is a meaty, slightly rustic wine with aromas of ripe red and black fruits, chewy, gripping tannins, and a mouthcoating texture. 19th-century California in a bottle. Learn More
  9. Marchesi di Gresy Monferrato Rosso 2011

    Marchesi di Gresy Monferrato Rosso 2011

    $22.00
    From one of the great Barbaresco producers comes this Merlot that’s seen plenty of barrel and bottle ageing. From 2011, it has mature aromas of earth, game, dried fruits, dried herbs, and leather, but it’s still extremely fresh with aromas of red plum and licorice, as well as firm tannins and high acidity on the palate. A quietly sophisticated wine that at this quality and at this age should cost much more. Learn More
  10. Sidonia de Sousa Bairrada 2015

    Sidonia de Sousa Bairrada 2015

    $16.00
    Baga is a difficult, small-berried grape that was long overlooked until being revived in the 1990s in the coastal region of Bairrada. It gives wines an incredible, tannic, long-lived structure evident in this ridiculously good-value wine. It has a great tannic grip lifted by lively acidity, with concentrated aromas of red cherry, raspberry, plum, tarragon, and black pepper. Drink this with any rich, meaty dish. Learn More