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  1. Massican "Annia" White Wine California 2018

    Massican "Annia" White Wine California 2018

    A blend of 48% Tocai Friulano, 41% Ribolla Gialla, and 11% Chardonnay sourced from vineyards throught-out Napa Valley. The Italian varieties build the aroma while the chardonnay provides structure. Melon and peach blossom jump out of the glass and they are balanced by some green apple and pear aromas. The acidity builds up to the long crisp finish. The white label sets it apart from the other Massican offerings because this is the wine that started it all. Learn More
  2. Kopke Dry White Port NV

    Kopke Dry White Port NV

    White port is gaining popularity and with good reason. They combine the perfect balance between richness, sweetness, fruitiness, and freshness, which make them ideal as a chilled aperitif or served with tonic. Kopke excel at white port: fresh aromas of apples, pears, and white flowers, with more mature slightly oxidative aromas of roasted almonds and cooked apples. Creamy on the palate, with a tannic grape skin edge, a little sugar, and a lingering spicy finish. Learn More
  3. Somm Blanc California 2016

    Somm Blanc California 2016

    Willi Sherer is a Master Sommelier who uses his winemaking skills to make this delicious Bordeaux-style white, from probably the oldest Sauvignon Blanc vines in California and Sémillon. It matches the best white Bordeaux, waxy, creamy, and herbaceous with generous aromas of peach, apricot, guava, passionfruit, honeysuckle, toast, cloves, and white pepper. A weighty wine enlivened by high acidity. Great food wine: think crabcakes. Learn More
  4. Olivia Brion "Taquine" Wild Horse Valley 2017

    Olivia Brion "Taquine" Wild Horse Valley 2017

    40% Chardonnay, 38% Viognier, 14% Vermentino, 8% Muscat. The blend changes each year for this delicious white made by Back Room regular Dave Mahaffey. The addition of Muscat for the 2017 vintage adds some extra richness and aromatics to build on the floral character of Viognier, the crispness of Vermentino, and the body and weight of Chardonnay. Distinctive and different, “Taquine” is a wine that invites you back for more. Learn More
  5. Domaine J. Laurens Cremant de Limoux Brut M.V.

    Domaine J. Laurens Cremant de Limoux Brut M.V.

    Southern France sparkling wine village. Great values here. In fact, by the taste and the label you'd think this is Champagne...until you see the price. Chardonnay, Mauzac, Chenin Blanc and Pinot Noir. Leesy, red and green apples, citrus, cream. Substantial. You choose: 3 of these or 1 Veuve Cliquot? We know what WE'D choose! Learn More
  6. Bohigas Cava Brut "Reserva" MV

    Bohigas Cava Brut "Reserva" MV

    Property has been in the same family since the 13th Century. They have produced Cava here since the 1920s. An hour's drive NW of Barcelona. Aged 2 years on its lees. Low dosage. Shows loads of tangy, citrus fruit smells and flavors with a nibble of buttermilk biscuits (fresh from the oven) on the mid palate. Finish is tangy, fresh and just a touch nutty. Glorious value. Learn More