Petite Sirah; $26
— Savory aromas of dark berry, pomegranate, tamarind
and roasted game. Fruit flavors mixed with toasted oak and
roasted coffee. Round mouthfeel and lingering finish.
Old Vines Zinfandel; $10
— Abundant cherry, blackberry and plum fruit that
is offset by notes of black pepper and spice. The old vines
chosen provide intensity of flavor and character.
Cabernet Sauvignon; $17
— A lush, full-bodied wine with an engaging nose.
Aged oak, a hint of berry and a touch of nutmeg on the nose.
Valley Oaks California Riesling; $9
— Delicate, yet full and pairs well with spicy
Thai or Asian dishes as well as traditional holiday foods
like baked ham or turkey. Slightly sweet with fruit-forward
Chardonnay Pinnacles Ranches; $12
— A dollop of oak highlights the ripe stone fruit
flavors and tropical notes, and add a soft, creamy finish.
Full-bodied, elegant and mouth-filling.
Pinot Noir Pinnacles Ranches; $15
— Black cherry and bright raspberry aromas accented
by floral notes and sweet, spicy oak. Ripe cherry flavors
with rich and velvety tannins lead to a lingering finish.
— An off-dry Riesling that stands up well to
spicy foods. Flavors of fresh, sugary fruits with a rich
mouthfeel and good acid balance.
Le Mistral; $40
— This blend of mostly Syrah with a significant
amount of Grenache has flavors that are concentrated and
intense. It has elegant tannins and a polished finish that
Cabernet Sauvignon; $65
— This wine has a pleasant constituent combination
that will allow it to be enjoyed when young and also to
age well for many years.
— Fresh and slightly lemony tone with a suggestion
of pear, almond and wood. It will gain depth and complexity
for several more years, or you can enjoy it now.
— Full bodied with fresh aromas of acacia and
citrus flowers, honey and mineral. Bright acidity and
a nice balance of oak and body.
— Flavors and aromas of strawberries, raspberries,
with a touch of forest floor and leather. A touch of Petite
Sirah is added for more spice and body.
Cabernet Sauvignon; $48
— Displays ripe fruit aromas of plum and blackberry,
while the integration of subtle oak flavors comes from the
variety of barrels selected, yielding a hint of cinnamon
Insignia 30th Anniversary; $165
— Ultra-premium blend of mostly Cabernet Sauvignon
with rich aromas and flavors framed by mouth-coating tannins
and followed by an extremely long finish.
Sauvignon Blanc; $30
— Aromas ranging from floral and mineral notes
to citrus and green melon. The expressive palate is clean
and balanced with excellent richness and length.
— A touch of Viognier was added for complexity
and floral attributes to this Syrah. The wine is rich
in ripe fruit extract and has a long, silky finish.
— Now in its prime, this wine has developed the
smooth, round mouthfeel and deep, rich mineral flavor the
winery strived for.
— Intense with a depth of character that gives
it structure to develop in the bottle. Cherry, tobacco and
currants come to mind in the nose and mouth.
Pinot Noir; $32
— Although Mayacamas generally ages their wines
longer, but because of this 2004 vintage's attractive flavors
they decided to release it now.
Blanc de Blancs; $26
— This sparkling blend of Pinot Gris and Chardonnay
enjoys extended yeast ageing in the bottle bringing out
nuances of warm brioche, toasted nuts and vanilla beans.
— This assemblage of mostly Pinot Noir and Chardonnay
opens with layered white blossom aromas, followed by refreshing
acidity and a rich, lingering finish.
— With a light peach rose color, this sparkler
has full flavors of peach and pear that combine with a
creamy caramel character that lingers into a long finish.
— Primary aromas of cherry, raspberry, smoke and
currant with flavors of plums, cola nut and vanilla followed
by a toast-laden finish.
Reserve Chardonnay; $45
— Robust and forward with flavors of Fuji apple,
pear, lemondrop and a touch of vanilla custard. The acidity
in the finish gives it a nice balance.
Cabernet Sauvignon Keyes Canyon Ranches; $15
— Effusive black cherry and Dutch chocolate complement
the spicy, peppery tones. Opulent dark fruit flavors with
soft, velvety tannins and a long, rich finish.
— Blend of mostly Cabernet with a touch of Merlot
and Petit Verdot. Rich, intense flavors of chocolate-dipped
fruit accompanied by notes of sweet oak and structured tannins.
Zinfandel Keyes Canyon Ranches; $12
— Ripe raspberry and black cherry aromas. Flavor
notes of dark chocolate and cinnamon are accented with bright
flavors of raspberry and cherry.
Sonoma-Napa Chardonnay; $48
— A balanced, medium-bodied wine with aromas of
lemon cream, toasty brioche and hazelnut, followed by a
long, crisp finish.
Pinot Grigio; $12
— Notes of pear and apple accented with hints
of grapefruit and honeydew. Flavors of pear, peach and
apple mingle together with notes of crisp citrus.
Merlot Reserva; $10
— Concentrated and full of finesse, with blackberry
and cherry flavors. It features round, soft tannins that
lead to a long, persistent finish.
Sauvignon Blanc Reserva; $10
— Floral accents mingle with fresh stone fruit,
citrus and hints of spice. Zesty flavor, with crisp notes
of citrus fruit, melon and herb.
— This blend of Carmenère, Merlot and Cabernet
Sauvignon showcases the rare Carmenère varietal with
well-structured mature fruit and smooth, yet powerful tannins.
Alka Carménère; $65
— Made from the rare, "lost" varietal
Carménère, this wine has a dark garnet-red
color and reveals aromas of black cherry and vanilla. Balanced
in the mouth with silky tannins.
Gran Araucano Cabernet Sauvignon; $35
— Powerful black currant and vanilla aromas on
the nose with a forward, complex character. Rich in flavors
and a firm tannic structure without being harsh.
Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva; $10
— Deep flavors of ripe dark berries highlighted
with earthy tones that accent the elegant oak tones. Plush
with soft, rich tannins and a lingering finish.
— Nose is dominated by woodland flowers, apples,
pears and candied fruit. On the palate, it is full-bodied,
delicately sweet and well-rounded, in harmony with the aromas.
— A blend of Grenache, Syrah, Counoise and Muscardin.
Autard's vineyard uses no pesticides or chemical anti-rot
in the making of their wines.
— From vineyards that are more than 2400 years
old (extra zero not a typo) this is a blend of 50 percent
Syrah with 30 to 40 percent Grenache and Mourvèdre.
Valley Oaks Riesling; $8
— The two grape-growing regions lend different
aromas and tastes to this balanced, crisp and refreshing
Riesling. It has a sweetness that lingers in a pleasant
Badia a Coltibuono Chianti Classico RS; $15
— Made from Sangiovese grapes, it is a lush fruit
forward wine aged in oak barriques, favoring intensely
flavored meat and game dishes.
di Montalcino DOC
Rosso di Montalcino; $25
— Made from Sangiovese grapes, it is rich with
varietal fruit paired with harmonious tannins.
Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG
Vino Nobile di Montepulciano; $22
— Using Prugnolo Gentile, Canaiolo Nero and Mammolino
grapes, this Italian red is aged in French oak for two
years and has violet aromas rusting on a scrumptious acid
and tannin structure.
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