Sauvignon Blanc Signature Selection; $16
— Fresh and fragrant wine to be enjoyed with Asian-oriented
Rating — Complex nose of tropical fruit with
pear and citrus tones.
Chardonnay Signature Selection; $20
Rating — Alluring aromas of citrus, pineapple
and kiwi for this partially barrel-fermented wine.
Pinot Grigio - Esperanza Vineyard; $10
— Fruit-forward with brilliant light gold color
and a crisp finish.
2002 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon; $45
14.5/20 — There
were only one thousand cases of this well-made Cab produced.
2001 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve; $95
No Rating — Rich
and powerful pedigree wine, best for aging.
2002 Merlot; $18
13.5/20 — Bright,
flashy red fruit with soft tannin and a long, supple finish.
2003 Chardonnay Reserve; $20
No Rating — Hand-harvested
Chardonnay with a subtle nose of honey and oak nuances.
Estate and Winery
Cabernet Sauvignon; $60
14/20 —The winery's
first release from the father and son winemaking team, Nils
and Kirk Venge.
Pinot Noir Port; $34
— Handcrafted port you can drink now or for years
2003 Malbec "G"; $18
13/20 — Concentrated
wine with deep fruit flavors and round tannins.
2003 Shiraz "G"; $18
13/20 — A complex
wine with hints of pepper and toast.
2004 Malbec - Tulum Valley; $11
14/20 — A smoky,
spicy finish makes this estate bottled Malbec great for
pairing with beef.
2004 Shiraz - Tulum Valley; $11
12.5/20 — Estate
bottled Shiraz with bittersweet chocolate, smoke and mineral
South Eastern Australia
2004 Bin 70 Chardonnay Riesling; $8
No Rating — A
contemporary-style wine made with grapes sourced from premium
2004 Bin 80 Cabernet Merlot; $8
No Rating — Great
with grilled meats and Italian cuisine.
2004 Bin 55 Shiraz Cabernet; $8
No Rating — Easy
drinking for social occasions or paired with red meat.
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(Updated: 09/13/07 AK)