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Cline Viognier North Coast California 2017 – List Price $11.99, Sale Price $9.99
Cline Viognier shows juicy tropical fruit, fresh apricot and notes of mandarin orange and grapefruit. It’s luscious and full-bodied with a slight crisp acidity. Viognier can be a tricky grape to grow. It buds early and is susceptible to frost. The grape has a thick skin and benefits from a long ripening period to develop full flavors. Vines bask in the sun during the day but experience cool nighttime temperatures contributing to the wine's full-bodied weight and nice acidity.
Guegnon Rémond Macon-Charnay 2017 – List Price $15.99, Sale Price $13.99
This wine has a fresh attack, aromatic nose with a fruity mouth. Food Pairing: This Mâcon Charnay, in its early years will enjoy an aperitif and during maturation gladly accompany all kinds of bowls of vegetables or fish or white meat dishes and the famous small regional Mâcon.
Hugel Gentil “Hugel” Alsace 2015 – List Price $14.99, Sale Price $12.99
A kaleidoscope of grapiness, produced exclusively from hand harvested grapes in predominantly clay and limestone vineyards, from a dozen of the most favored localities in and around Riquewihr. Gentil "Hugel" allies the suave, spicy flavour of Gewurztraminer, the body of Pinot Gris, the finesse of Riesling, the grapiness of Muscat and the refreshing character of both Pinot Blanc and Sylvaner.
Licia Albarino Rias Baixas 2016 – List Price $15.99, Sale Price $12.99
Straw yellow with greenish hues, the Lícia Albariño has strong varietal characteristics with hints of grapefruit, candied fruit, quince jelly, notes of fresh herbs, green apples, and minerals. It is full bodied and well balanced, highlighting the aromas of citrus and green apple, with a long and persistent finish. This wine pairs deliciously with grilled fish—or any kind of seafood—Asian cuisines, rice dishes, salads and grilled vegetables.
Stolpman Vineyards Syrah Estate Grown Ballard Canyon 2016 – List Price $29.99, Sale Price $24.99
Rated 90-92 Points, Jeb Dunnuck – “Made with 50% whole clusters, the 2016 Syrah Estate Grown sports a deep purple/opaque color as well youthful notes of black raspberries, plums, peppery herbs and smoked earth. Ripe, sexy and polished, with terrific tannin quality, it's going to be a charmer to drink in its youth.”
Ridge Geyserville Alexander Valley 2016 – List Price $49.99, Sale Price $39.99
One of California’s all time classic wines. Saturated ruby color. Intense dark berry fruits, gravel earth, black licorice, mint, and exotic spices. Powerful bramble fruit entry, sensuous, well-defined tannins, great depth of flavor, enjoyable lengthy finish.
Ridge Cabernet Sauvignon Estate Monte Bello 2015 – List Price $69.99, Sale Price $55.99
Opaque purple in color. Aromas of cassis, anise, and clove spice from barrel aging. Blackberry fruit on entry, fine grain tannins, black olive, and forest floor. A long finish. 81% Cabernet Sauvignon, 16% Merlot, 2% Petit Verdot, 1% Cabernet Franc.
Penfolds Bin 389 Shiraz Cabernet South Australia – List Price $74.99, Sale Price $35.99
Wine Spectator, Rated 92 Points – “A lip-smacking mix of vibrant berry and cherry flavors that give way to green tea, toasted herb and cedar notes. Finds plenty of harmony on the finish, with the juicy acidity blending in with the dense, chewy tannins. Drink now through 2027.”
Weingut Stadt Krems Gruner Veltliner Kremstal 2017 – List Price $14.99, Sale Price $12.99
Fresh and fruity, with aromas reminiscent of white currant, citrus fruits and "veltliner-pfefferl" or white pepper. The flavors on the palate are consistent with the aromas and the finish is fresh and crisp. A classic Grüner Veltliner from Kremstal, not too heavy but not too light. This wine can be enjoyed young with typical Austrian cuisine, but is also versatile enough to accompany Asian cuisines and fresh salads.
Sartarelli Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico 2016 – List Price $14.99, Sale Price $12.99
The Verdicchio grapes are pressed gently with careful temperature control during the fermentation process. The straw-yellow colour with greenish reflections emphasizes the quality of the grapes as well as the delicate techniques used in its production. It is considered a simple but not common wine, with white peach, elder, hawthorn aromas. A well-structured wine, fresh and sapid at the same time, soft on the palate, has a good alcoholic structure and the characteristic slightly bitter almond aftertaste (typical of this varietal).
Maison Darragon Vouvray Haut des Ruettes 2017 – List Price $17.99, Sale Price $15.99
The Darragon House is a good example of family continuity. Serious and tradition could be its motto. The attack is fresh, and with a certain roundness. Its bouquet evokes candied fruits, apricot and apple. A delicious wine that will be a perfect accompaniment to veal, chicken with a sauce, scallops or salmon.
Prisoner Wine Company The Snitch Chardonnay 2016 – List $32.99, Sale Price $27.99
When creating their wines, The Prisoner Wine Company always look for fresh approaches to traditional varietals. For The Snitch, they combined Chardonnay from exceptional vineyards in warm Oak Knoll and cool-climate Carneros with just a touch of Roussanne. The result is bright and rich with an unexpected something special. Fresh tropical fruit, apple, and pear on the nose. The palate offers richness balanced by bright acidity.
Etude Estate Pinot Noir Carneros 2016 – List Price $44.99, Sale Price $39.99
The Carneros Estate Pinot Noir intrigues with its rich array of red cherry, wild strawberry, pomegranate raspberry and spice. The core of red fruit is made complex with layers of sassafras, sandalwood and baking spice that build in intensity through the finish. With an opulent mouthfeel and ideal natural acidity, the wine has significant substance and depth, yet stays lively and lifting throughout.
Prisoner Wine Company Saldo Zinfandel 2016 – List Price $31.99, Sale Price $27.99
Saldo was created to feature the outstanding fruit sourced from Dry Creek, Lodi, and Amador, where Zinfandel has thrived for decades. Dark ruby color with bold aromas of black licorice, black pepper, cherry, and baking spice. The entry is rich, full, and scintillating. The palate is mouthwatering and smooth with a hint of chocolate. The finish is voluptuous with soft, velvety tannins. Blend: 85% Zinfandel; 15% Petite Sirah and Syrah. Rated 90 Points, Wine Enthusiast – “Gorgeous ripe, jammy, berry flavors dominate this full-bodied, smooth-textured wine. It smells like blackberries and black cherries, tastes so rich it's almost sweet, and fills the mouth from cheek to cheek with a chocolate-cherry flavor that lingers on the finish.”
Chateau des Laurets (Puisseguin St.-Emilion) 2015 – List Price $32.99, Sale Price $26.99
A blend of Merlot and Cabernet Franc. Ripe, fruity nose, full-bodied with a long, intense finish. The 2015 Les Laurets, Baron Edmond de Rothschild's top Puisseguin St.-Émilion, is terrific. Although it is made in a decidedly jammy, super-ripe style, the Laurets has maintained terrific freshness that gives the wine much of its energy. Crème de cassis, licorice and sweet spices are all pushed forward in this succulent, engaging red.
Prisoner Wine Company Abstract California Proprietary Red Wine 2016 – List Price $34.99, Sale Price $29.99
Rated 92 Points, Wine Spectator – “Plump and appealingly gamy, with black raspberry, smoky beef and cracked pepper flavors that take on depth toward big but polished tannins.” Rated 90 Points, The Wine Advocate – “Medium garnet-purple colored, the 2016 Proprietary Red Abstract (composed of Syrah, Petite Sirah and Grenache) leaps from the glass with notes of raspberry preserves, kirsch and potpourri with touches rose hips, cinnamon stick and tar. Medium to full-bodied with a lovely plush texture and tons of spicy red fruit, it finishes with a peppery lift.
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