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    Sunday
    02:00 PM - 10:00 PM
    Monday
    Closed
    Tuesday - Wednesday
    03:00 PM - 10:00 PM
    Thursday
    02:00 PM - 10:00 PM
    Friday
    01:30 PM - 11:30 PM
    Saturday
    01:00 PM - 11:30 PM
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    678 Geary St, San Francisco, CA 94102 • More


    • Picked for you

      • 2018 Fanti Rosso Di Montalcino (Sangiovese)​- Siena, Italy

        A light, but structured Rosso, non fruit elements dominate Opens with aromas of strawberry and raspberry before leading to complex notes of balsamic, eucalyptus, rose and white pepper. The palate mirrors the aroma with fine tannins and a long yet fresh finish.
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        $30.00
      • 2009 Veedercrest (Cabernet Sauvignon)- Napa Valley, California

        "Medium red violet color; coffee syrup, black currant preserves nose; rich, coffee syrup, black currant preserves palate; medium-plus finish 88+ point " --Richard Jennings
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        $57.00
      • 2017 Poderi Aldo Conterno Red Blend, Freisa-Cab Sauv-Merlot, Langhe, ITA

        A unique, red blend from Northern Italy. While slightly more obscure, the native "Freisa" grape leads the way in this blend with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot providing the structure and backbone. Larger than life author and maestro of imbibing, Ernest Hemingway, notably mentioned the wilder and more rustic Freisa grape in his book Farewell to Arms noting a "clear, red, tannic and lovely" wine. Profoundly balanced and mesmerizingly perfumed.
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        $31.00
      • 2014 Couly-Dutheil "La Baronnie Madeline" Cabernet Franc, Chinon, FRA

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        $31.00
      • 2012 Carte Blanche Pinot Noir "Nobles Ranch Vineyard" Sonoma Coast, CA

        The 2012 Pinot Noir is full of promise, needing ample time to open, it reveals bright freshly macerated cherries, carnation, and dried provencal herbs. Savory notes step forward in the generous mid-palate offering notes of dried sage, lilac, and faint cardamom. Baking spices, Swedish fish, and sour cherry sit on the silky and lengthy finish. Wine Advocate WA87-89 From the same source, the 2012 Pinot Noir (500 cases produced) is much lighter and slightly fluid compared to the more concentrated 2011. Consume it over the next several years.
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        $46.00
    • Wines under $20

      • 2019 Mirabeau Classic Provence Rosé

        Intense, violet-pink hues and lavish aromas express red berry fruit and beautiful concentration. Fresh acidity and a juicy finish make this perfect for any occasion. Pair with a picnic, street-food, whole roast chicken, Mediterranean fish or herbed salads.
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        $18.00
      • 2017 Tukma Torrontes Reserva - Salta, Argentina

        Torrontes is Argentina's signature white grape and this exotic, lychee-scented example from boutique producer Tukma is top-notch. This bottling was grown on 50-year-old vines in the Calchaqui Valley which lies within Salta, Argentina's northernmost wine region. Forward and inviting, this wine is intensely perfumed and chock full of sweet stone fruit and citrus on the palate.
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        $10.00
      • 2019 Sol Real, Vinho Verde

        From the lush, green, rolling hills of Portugal comes this satisfying Vinho Verde. Notes of green apples, lime and grapefruit, with a dash of white pepper and cool minerality make it is a crisp, very enjoyable wine. Being light in alcohol at 9.5% makes it perfect for any daytime occasion.
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        $19.00
      • 2018 "Sip" Rose of Pinot Noir, Lodi, CA

        This is dangerously easy to drink. Light on the pallet, light on fruit and perfectly dry.
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        $15.00
      • Pinot Noir - "The Pinot Project" 2019 California

        Wine Spectator BEST BUY - 92pts. The Pinot Project was founded in 2009 by well-known wine importer Michael Skurnik. After more than 25 years of importing wines from around the world, Michael, who also represents a who’s who portfolio of the finest California wineries, reached out to his roster of quality winemakers with a project to help him craft the finest quality Pinot Noir on the market for well under $20 per bottle. A consulting winemaker went to work seeking out individual lots of Pinot Noir from the finest growing areas of Northern California, which led to the creation of The Pinot Project, a soft, silky, fruit-forward, drinkable, and high quality Pinot Noir. Mission accomplished! The Pinot Project has accomplished its goal of being one of the greatest red wine values coming out of California. It is hand-crafted from grapes grown in notable AVA’s such as; Sonoma County, Carneros & Monterey. The Pinot Project has a full and silky mouth feel, with just the right amount of acidity to complement a variety of dishes. The wine is 100% stainless steel fermented with the caps receiving periodic punchdowns, before finishing dry with just a kiss of oak.
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        $16.00
      • 2020 Várzea Vinho Verde, "Branco", Northern Portugal

        Family producer Manuel da Costa Carvalho Lima & Filhos (aka Vinhos do Norte), along with winemaker Nuno Silva, have crafted this maritime influenced Vinho Verde out of native grapes Loureiro, Arinto and Trajadura. From vineyards planted on mostly granite soils, the grapes are fermented in stainless steel tanks, creating a beautiful and refreshing Vinho Verde.
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        $19.00
      • 2019 Massey Dacta, Sauvignon Blanc, Marborough, NZ

        The color of freshly cut hay, with notes of pithy lemon and lime fresh off the homestead. Tropical getaway flavors of rock melon and passionfruit brought back to earth with lemongrass and a generous weighty mouthfeel. Classic Sauvignon Blanc from rural Marlborough, New Zealand.
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        $19.00
    • Sparkling Wines

      • Philipponnat Royal Reserve Brut Champagne - Mareuil-Sur-Ay, Champagne, France NV

        Royale Réserve Brut is the purest expression of the House’s style. Offering a superb balance between structure, persistence and vinosity, this cuvée reveals the essential character of the Mareuil-sur-Ay terroir (where mainly Pinot Noir grapes are grown, which is predominant in the blend). After three years aging on lees, Royale Réserve Brut is pleasantly mature while losing nothing of its freshness, making it an ideal aperitif wine. Its vinosity enhances white meat, charcuterie and fish. Blend: 65% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay, 5% Pinot Meunier
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        $70.00
      • (NO BUBBLES), NV Copinet "Coteaux Champenois " Blanc Still Champagne - Champagne, France

        91 Points. The Wine Advocate “The 2015 EA Coteaux Champenois Blanc is a blend of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunieur and Chardonnay that was aged in large foudre for one year before the unfined and unfiltered bottling. The bouquet is subtle, round and elegant, with good ripeness, some yeasty-creamy bâtonnage notes as well as discreet toasty and refreshing lemon aromas. Lean, fresh and mineral on the palate, this is a light, rather lean but not meager, pretty intense and structured and remarkably persistent finish. Bone dry and with very fine tannins, this is an excellent white with fish and any kind of seafood. Tasted July 2018. Drink 2019 thru 2026.
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        $85.00
      • (NO BUBBLES), NV Copinet "Coteaux Champenois " Rouge Still Champagne (Pinot Noir) - Champagne, Fr...

        Copinet’s cherry colored 2015 EA Coteaux Champenois Rouge offers a fine, elegant, fruity, toasty and after a while, also floral bouquet that indicates freshness and finesse in equal measure. Beautiful dark cherry and blackthorn intermix with hints of violet and licorice as well as toast and dark chocolate, but everything is discreet and fresh. Smooth and round but dry, fresh and well-structured on the palate, this is full-bodied, intense and very elegant Pinot Noir sourced in a lieu-dit named La Croix Maître Anne. Picked by hand and strictly selected, the wine was aged for 12 months in new 300-liter oak barrels. Showing good, stimulating mineral freshness and fine tannin structure on the finish, this is a remarkably good red wine from the Champagne region..
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        $85.00
      • 2016 Brick & Mortar Sparking Rose - "Block House Vineyard", Napa Valley, California

        Following a more hands-off winemaking philosophy, Napa Valley’s boutique winery Brick & Mortar uses organically-grown grapes and wild yeast to produce its vintage sparkling rosé (100% Pinot Noir). And one of the world’s top chefs, Kyle Connaughton of Sonoma’s SingleThread, is a fan. Released two months ago, this age-worthy, copper-hued wine bears a label depicting bricks, representing the foundation upon which Brick & Mortar and its later releases will be built. Tasting Notes: Citrus, cherry, ginger
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        $58.00
      • NV Champagne Thiénot Brut

        The perfect blend of three champagne grape varieties, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier, Champagne Thiénot Brut is a wine of great harmony, with roundness and finesse and in its spring-like freshness. Golden in appearance, with a powerful nose with hints of pipped-fruit jam, apples and quince. Rounded and long on the palate, with a succession of apple and pear, fresh-fruit fragrances. Persistent bead of bubbles with a creamy mousse - Winemaker
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        $75.60
      • 2020 Brick and Mortar Vin Petillant (Pet Nat - Pinot/Chard blend) Sonoma Valley, CA

        From the Winery: Our 2020 Vin Pétillant is a unique sparkling rosé made from 52% Pinot Noir and 48% Chardonnay. A delicious aperitif or brunch bubbly, and a great match for smoked salmon, oysters or fresh cheeses. Fine bubbles intertwine flavors of ripe pear and red apple with strawberries and cream. The nose is delicate and floral, with notes of cherry blossom, rose petal and orange zest. The wine is rich on the palate with a mouthwatering freshness and vivaciously creamy bubble equal to many fully sparkling wines.
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        $40.00
      • NV Emile Paris Reserve Personnelle Verzy, Champagne, FRA

        Medium-bodied, dry. With 80% of the blend dominated by red grapes, Emile Paris Reserve Personelle is surprisingly fresh and delicate with lots of toasted brioche, red autumn apples, lemon curd, and white flowers. Amazing Value.
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        $40.00
      • NV Philippe Fourrier "Blanc de Noir" Côte des Bar, Champange, FRA

        Hidden in the rolling hills of France's Champagne southeasternregion in the Cote des Bar, nestled in the quiet little town of Baroville, lays a family tradition that has been thriving since 1847. For five generations, the members of that family, the Fourrier, have dedicated their lives to quality, pleasure, but mostly, legacy. The Fourrier tradition has been centered on a culture of respect at all the levels of production, from grape to customer. All the production processes of Champagne are made on-site within 18 acres of vines. It is of prime importance, to keep the family tradition alive . The Fourrier know-how and commitment to the excellence of their product have earned them several awards throughout the years from wine professionals and oenologists as well as the famous Conoisseur magazine.
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        $41.00
      • 2016 Jane Ventura Cava Rosé "Brut Nature" Reserva de La Música Penendés, Spain

        Finesse, elegance, freshness and balance. Since its first vintage, in 1988, it has always been made without the addition of sugar. A vintage cava of high quality, this wine represents a tremendous value for the price
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        $35.00
      • Philipponnat Royale Réserve Rosé Brut

        Vinous - 92 pts Pale orange. Fresh red berries, tangerine, sweet butter and candied rose on the highly perfumed nose. Silky and expansive, offering juicy red berry and floral pastille flavors supported by an undercurrent of chalky minerals. Sappy and sharply focused on the minerally, floral finish, which hangs on with excellent tenacity.
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        $70.00
    • Rosé and Orange Wines

      • 2018 Produttori di Manduria "Aka" Primitivo Rosato

        "Coral pink in color, this rosato offers raspberry and watermelon on the nose, with tangy, tart red fruit taking center stage on the palate. It's light in body, with a healthy vein of acidity that helps extend a sunbaked stone finish." - ALEXANDER PEARTREE
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        $24.00
      • 2017 Heidi Schrock Rosé Biscaya (Field Blend) Rust, Burgenland, Austria

        Heidi Schröck took over her family winery in 1983, in the historic village of Rust situated in the province of Burgenland about 5 miles from the Hungarian border. This wine's mellow strawberry scents lead to a full-fruited and fleshy yet dry palate. It packs a punch of summer berries and cherries, their ripeness and freshness playing off each other beautifully
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        $25.00
      • 2019 Ehlers Estate "Sylviane" Rose, St. Helena, Napa, CA

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        $31.00
      • 2019 Le Ragnaie Bianco (Orange) Trebbiano/Malvasia) Montalcino, ITA

        This traditional Tuscan bianco is a blend of 50% Trebbiano and 50% Malvasia with 7 days skin contact fermentation giving it the distinct orange hue and texture. Le Ragnaie is known for its elegant, terroir-driven wines that stand out in this Tuscan powerhouse category. The owner and winemaker, Riccardo Campinoti, acquired the property in 2002 and now farms 15.5 ha. Making complex, traditional wines from Sangiovese Grosso, Riccardo's wines exhibit elegance and finesse by farming some of the highest altitude vineyards in Montalcino.
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        $42.00
      • 2019 Sitta "Orange" Albariño "Maceración, Rias Baixas, ESP

        Precise citrus fruit pairs with a pleasantly provocative saltiness and an intense tannin that brings to mind artichokes. The 2019 Sitta Maceration from Attis is an impressive white wine that exudes a variety of wild herbs such as mint, sage, nettle, rosemary, as well as iodine and spicy notes.
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        $55.00
      • 2018 Bannister "Orange" Riesling, Cole Ranch, Mendocino, CA

        An "orange wine" made with Riesling? It sounds wild, but this wine, from a small family operation in Healdsburg, is more food-friendly than way-out. With a little patience, and a lot of enological experience, some experiments just go right, very right. Winemaker's notes: "The Riesling was fermented on the skins and then remained on the skins for ten days of extended maceration. This gave the wine heightened color (orange tones) as well as more of the unique spiciness that Riesling is known for. We put it through full Malo-lactic fermentation which gives it increased balance against the intensity of the extracted skin tannins. Early flavor profiles of the Riesling are Quince, Pomello, tart apple, and all spice. It continues to evolve with bottle aging. Our Riesling has great food pairing capabilities, especially with spicy dishes, where most wines have limitations."
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        $34.00
    • White Wines

      • 2016 Brittan Vineyards Chardonnay -Willamette Valley, Oregon

        The 2015 Chardonnay dances with notes of pear blossom and honeysuckle, spun sugar and biscuits with clover honey. The entry on the palate is lush and full, with blood orange and vibrant kumquat, while the finish linger with hints of exotic Ceylon tea. A little history - Robert Brittan left Stags’ Leap Winery in Napa after 16 years as Winemaker and Estate Manager to fulfill his dream of making Pinot Noir and Syrah from unique sites in cooler climates. Robert and his wife, Helen, moved up to Oregon in 2002 and started the winery soon after. To this day they are making Pinot and Chardonnay that rival some of the great Burgundies.
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        $50.00
      • 2018 La Marenca Moscato D' Asti- Garantita, Italy

        Not dessert sweet, but certainly "cocktail sweet" This classic aperitif style Moscato d'Asti small Pale straw-yellow. Pleasant nose of fresh grape and sweet flowers. Soft palate framed by lush mousse with long-lasting, energetic aromas, lightness and delicacy. Smooth finish. A beautifully crafted indulgence for sharing.
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        $23.00
      • 2018 Domaine de la Bournaire Muscadet Sèvre & Maine Sur Lie Vielles Vignes

        Domaine de la Garnière is a traditional farm located in the vineyards of Nantes. They have been owner-harvesters of Muscadet Sèvre et Maine in the Loire Valley for three generations. Winery note: "A dry white wine with a limpid color and pale yellow hues. The nose is fine and complex with the character of the terroir. Full and balanced, the long finish reveals its minerality and fresh aromas."
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        $22.00
      • 2018 Eden Rift Sauvignon Blanc "Griva Vineyard" Monterey, CA

        This 100% Musque clone Sauvignon Blanc bottling hails from Griva Vineyard in Monterey's Arroyo Seco appellation. With open exposure to the cold, deep waters of Monterey Bay, the property is found in an ancient, dried river channel and features meager topsoil comprised of granite cobblestone beds. Replete with acidity, the bouquet displays aromas of grapefruit, melon, lemon blossom and minerals. 330 cases produced.
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        $36.00
      • 2019 Zephyr "Agent" Orange Wine Field Blend Marlborough, New Zealand

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        $44.00
      • 2019 Nue Wilde "Luchsinger Vineyard" Semillon, Lake County, CA

        Weighty but with firm acidity, there are hints of apple, melon and bees’ wax. Immensely rich yet dry, this wine provides extraordinary depth at an unbeatable price.
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        $24.00
      • 2017 Domaine Michelot White Burgundy Chardonnay Sous La Velle, Meursault, Burgundy, FRA

        In the traditional school of wine-making in Meursault, few are given more respect than Domaine Michelot. Their ability to develop the bouquet on his ripening Meursault is amazing and the Sous-la-Velle is a particularly good example. Light golden color with green and gold reflections. Concentrated notes of classic white Burgundy such as yellow apple, white peach, lemon blossoms, lime zest over intricate notes of hazelnut crème, white mushroom, honey, white tea and vanilla. The near full-bodied palate deliver a round, slightly oily texture with flavors of beautifully concentrated yellow apple, lemon zest and white tea.
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        $69.00
      • 2018 Hudson, Chardonnay, Carneros, Napa Valley, CA

        Just across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco, Carneros is kept cool by bay breezes and thick fog, and has long been famous for cool-climate Chardonnay. Big and rich, featuring a plush texture with concentrated pear tart, apple pastry and dried apricot flavors. Viscous midpalate, with savory snap to the finish, which delivers minerally and toasty notes.
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        $50.00
      • 2017 Penfolds Max's Chardonnay, Adelaide Hills AUS

        A soft and delicate mouth coating/laminated acidity fills out the palate and gently conveys the fermented spoils of Adelaide Hills Chardonnay. The wine shows a citrus edge, with lime splice and finger lime sweetness. It also offers enticing teacake sponge flavors varietally laced with finely grated lemon zest
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        $26.00
      • 2018 Eden Rift "Valliant" Chardonnay, Central Coast, CA

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        $22.50
      • 2019 Sancerre Dominique Roger, Domaine du Carou, FRA

        Bright and intense color with gold highlights distilling elegant and discreet citrus aromas (pink grapefruit and lemon), but especially yellow peach. An ideal acidity carried by a beautifully structured frame, its refreshing notes of pear in syrup, give it a certain pleasure to the palate.
        $45.00
      • 2019 Sancerre, Jean-Max Roger "Cuvée les Caillottes" Loire, FRA

        Incredibly appetizing and well balanced with finesse from limestone soils and length from the clay. Aromas of citrus and minerality lead to a brilliant refreshing finish. Serve with a first course risotto or a last course mature cheese platter.
        $55.00
      • 2019 Dominique Rogerr Sancerre "Domaine du Carrou"

        Looking for tart, savory, mineral-driven Sancerre? We gotcha. This little gem just found it’s way onto the menu, and is absolutely shocking our Sauvy-B customers. A masterful blend made primarily from the famed sites Les Déserts and Le Chêne Marchand, it’s rockstar wine!
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        $55.00
      • 2018 Jean Pascal "les Enseignères" Puligny Montrachet, Burgundy, FRA

        A fantastic, accessible white Burgundy - aromas of lime blossom and lemon zest give way to lemon, apple and subtle oak spice flavors in this racy white. Balanced and precise, with a lingering, mineral- and spice-tinged aftertaste. Today, Alexandra Pascal is the winemaker and manager. She is an extremely precise winemaker with a very pure, pretty, delicate and classic style. Farming is organic practices and fermentations are all from native yeast.
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        $95.00
      • 2016 Hexamer, Riesling, "Quarzit" Nahe, GER

        92pts James Suckling The 2019 Riesling Quarzit is bright, pure and flinty on the stony/dusty but also charmingly fruity and very delicate picture-book nose. Round and lush on the palate, this is a charming but tensioned and grippy Riesling from Meddersheim. Due to the residual sugar, which is somewhere between medium dry and medium sweet, this is not an ascetic but tensioned and thrilling Riesling that delivers the quartzite terroir in an accessible style. The minor grip and complex acidity would be too challenging for a wine at this precise point. I am sure it will be fabulous after some years of bottle aging. To me, this is another picture-book Riesling form Harald Hexamer
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        $34.00
      • 2018 Carl Loewen Riesling "Estate" Mosel, GER

        The Loewen estate has slowly grown from just 1 hectare in 1803 to 15 hectares today, all planted to Riesling and most are old vines on steep slopes around the village of Liewen. This "Estate" label was formerly released as a single vineyard Kabinett from the Liewener Klostergarten and is clearly a cut above your typical estate offerings. Christopher and his father Karl-Josef keep things very natural in the winemaking process, including whole cluster press, ambient yeast fermentation in 1000L 25 year old Fuder, and bottles with minimal sulfur. An excellent Riesling whose slight sweetness is perfectly balanced by the brisk acidity. Light bodied with green apple, peach, and river stones.
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        $32.00
      • 2017 Karthäuserhof, Riesling, Kabinett Eitelsbacher Karthäuserhofberg, Mosel, GER

        This transparent, pure snapshot of Riesling’s most profound terroir greets the palate with a slight touch of residual sugar; it is then swiftly cleansed by bright acidity. The enchanting journey of concentrated fruit, varietal purity and slate minerality leaves you with a taste experience fit for the Gods.
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        $50.00
      • 2016 Smith-Madrone Chardonnay, Spring Mt. District, Napa Valley, CA

        A spectacularly elegant and supple Napa Chardonnay made by one of the most respected Chardonnay houses in Napa. Ample acidity, silky texture, and epic balance are always on display with this incredible chard year-after-year. Full bodied, creamy and smooth, with medium plus acidity. Dry on the palate with lemons, citrus, green apples, pineapples, limes, light earth, light wood, spices and black pepper. Long finish with tangy limes. This is a fabulous Chardonnay from Spring Mountain District in Napa Valley. Nicely balanced and tangy. Showing nice complexity now, and is enjoyable by itself. Tasty and delicious.
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        $63.00
      • 2018 Dürnberg, Grüner Veltliner, DAC Falkenstein, Austria

        90 Pt. Wine Enthusist Intense pear drop candy and notes of fresh green pear on the nose carry seamlessly onto the palate where they are met with spritz and rounded lemon freshness. This is easy drinking, light and bright with a dry, peppery finish.
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        $38.00
      • 2015 Charton-Vachet, White Burgundy, Montagny 1er Cru (Les Jardins), Burgundy, FRA

        A fragrant and somewhat delicate burg, this wine has layers of lemon, vanilla, and expressive minerality. A winner for sure.
        $55.00
      • 2018 Rippey, Chenin Blanc, Clarksburg, CA

        Immediately attractive as a sipper, this fully dinner-balanced bottling is also surprisingly complex. The aromas and the generous flavors that follow are a deftly tooled medley of honeydew melon, golden delicious applesauce, peach, cantaloupe, lemon, orange blossom, white rose, brioche, white pepper, chamomile, coriander seed and clove: all poised above "riverstone" mineral hints. A great domestic chenin.
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        $25.00
      • 2019 Massey Dacta, Sauvignon Blanc, Marborough, NZ

        The color of freshly cut hay, with notes of pithy lemon and lime fresh off the homestead. Tropical getaway flavors of rock melon and passionfruit brought back to earth with lemongrass and a generous weighty mouthfeel. Classic Sauvignon Blanc from rural Marlborough, New Zealand.
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        $19.00
      • 2016 Louis Cheze, Condrieu (Viognier) "Pagus Luminis", Northern Rhone, FRA

        92 pts Vinous Pale yellow. High-pitched, mineral-accented orange zest, melon and violet aromas show impressive delineation and energy. Silky and nervy on entry, then fleshier in the middle, offering vivid citrus and pit fruit and honeysuckle flavors complemented by a subtle fennel quality. Finishes with vibrant mineral cut and powerful thrust, leaving a lovely floral note behind. (Vinous)
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        $70.00
      • 2019 Samuel Louis Smith, Chardonnay, "Spear Vineyard" Sta. Rita Hills, SBC

        From Winery Vineyard Spear is one of the newest and most compelling sites in the Sta. Rita Hills. Planted in 2014 and farmed organically by Ofer Shepher, its northern border and steep north facing slopes hug Highway 246. Varied elevation of up to 900 feet, and soils of both marine sedimentary clay loam and white sand make it a rarity in the appellation. Tasting Pale gold and light-medium bodied. Aromas of pineapple, lemon zest, jasmine, and vanilla bean are supported by flavors of lemon meringue and toasted brioche. While aromatically floral and fruit-focused, it is linear and acid-driven on the palate, balancing California fruit purity and Old world tension. Tech Alcohol 13.5% pH 3.16 TA 8.2 50% malolactic fermentation Native primary and secondary fermentations occurred in barrel 9 months élévage in 20% new, 10% second-fill, and 70% neutral French oak barrels Five barrels • 120 cases produced
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        $75.00
      • 2012 Soliste, Chardonnay, "L'AGE D'OR", Russian River, CA

        93pts Pinot File Aged 16 months in 600L thick stave French oak barrels. · Light golden yellow color: delicate aromas of lemon confit, white flower blossom, pineapple, pear and spice. Palate pleasing flavors of citrus fruits with a hint of oak-driven vanilla and nuts. Slightly viscous in texture, with integrated acidity. A gracious wine of enviable restraint offered in a Chablis style.
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        $60.00
      • 2019 Hartford Court, Chardonnay, Russian River, CA

        91 pts - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate The 2019 Chardonnay Russian River Valley was 100% barrel fermented in French oak barrels, 26% new, and aged for 9.5 months. Crushed rocks and sea spray scents over a core of green and yellow apples and Bosc pears plus a hint of marzipan. Medium-bodied, the palate bursts with apple and pear flavors with a racy backbone and savory finish.
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        $45.00
      • 2019 Yannick Cadiou, Chablis, Burgundy, FRA

        95pts - Decanter and their Gold Medal. Yannick Cadiou is a very experienced man. He’s been at Domaine Laroche, one of the most consistent producers in Chablis, up until very recently. He was their Vineyard manager but arrived in Chablis back in 1984. His family is from the Loire. He now has 2 hectares of vines, so very little, with 2018 being his first vintage. Everything is organically farmed. The wines, just like the man, are modest in appearance: lower alcohol and no cru level vineyards. But once tasted, they are wines full of life, with a mouth-filling texture. Glorious examples of their region, made by someone who cares about the ground they are made on. A very comforting discovery and a great reminder of what made Chablis so popular in the first place.
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        $50.00
      • 2019 Uvaggio, Vermentino, "Il Nostro" Napa Carneros, CA

        91 pts, Wine Enthusiast Made from a variety more commonly found in Sardinia, this wine makes the case for Carneros, showing a wealth of fresh, inviting peach, lychee and green apple. High-toned acidity highlights a dry crisp salinity and lively style.
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        $42.00
    • Red Wines

      • 2017 Quilceda Creek (Cabernet Sauvignon Blend )- Columbia Valley, Snohomish, Washington

        From the Winery: The 2017 Quilceda Creek "CVR" Columbia Valley Red Wine is a combination of all our vineyard sites and represents a great value. Lush red and blue fruits are found in this wine with nuances of star anise, smoke, cedar, and minerals. This blend of 96% Cabernet Sauvignon, 3% Merlot, and 1% Cabernet Franc will be best enjoyed over the next 15 years.
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        $110.00
      • 2016 Reynvaan Family Vineyards (Syrah)- ​In the Rocks Vineyard, Walla Walla, Washington

        Exceptional dark, deep Syrah not to be missed. 90+ points
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      • 2012 Daniele Conterno "Bussia" Barolo (Nebbiolo)- Garanita, Italy

        Sourced from the superb Bussia cru, this is aged for 48 months in large, 45-50HL French oak botti (think Bruno Giacosa). Showing a darker, deeper ruby hue than the similarly sourced Barolos, the Bussia terroir shines through in spades with dark, ripe cherry, sous bois, steely minerality and hints of truffle and mushroom. This is a big, broad shouldered wine packed with power and muscle. In the mouth its elegance takes center stage as succulent, rich fruit intertwines with magnificently balanced acidity and ripe, sweet tannin. Stunning in every dimension.
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      • 2009 Veedercrest (Cabernet Sauvignon)- Napa Valley, California

        "Medium red violet color; coffee syrup, black currant preserves nose; rich, coffee syrup, black currant preserves palate; medium-plus finish 88+ point " --Richard Jennings
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      • 2018 Fanti Rosso Di Montalcino (Sangiovese)​- Siena, Italy

        A light, but structured Rosso, non fruit elements dominate Opens with aromas of strawberry and raspberry before leading to complex notes of balsamic, eucalyptus, rose and white pepper. The palate mirrors the aroma with fine tannins and a long yet fresh finish.
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      • 2012 Pertimali Brunello Di Montalcino (Sangiovese)​ - "Riserva" Montalcino, Italy

        94pts - "Bright and loaded with an earthy finesse, this offers alluring scents of wild berry, pressed violet, new leather, aromatic herb and a balsamic note. The ultra-refined palate doles out juicy red cherry, cranberry and star anise set against fresh acidity and firm, polished tannins. Drink 2019–2030." --Wine Enthusiast
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      • 2017 Middle Earth (Pinot Noir)- Nelson, New Zealand

        Red summer fruits, cherries, and sweet spice combine with softly smoky oak in this succulent, approachable wine. Gentle oak tannins and the tasty fruit flavors result in a smooth mouth-filling wine with good length and a softly warming spicy finish.
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      • 2015 Fanti Brunello Di Montalcino (Sangiovese)- Montalcino, Tuscany, Italy

        Rated 89 by Wine Enthusiast Rose, forest-floor, wild-berry, botanical-herb and damp earth aromas lift out of the glass. The tight linear palate offers sour cherry, orange zest and licorice alongside chalky tannins.
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      • 2012 Chateau Belrgave (Cabernet Sauvignon )- Bordeaux 5th Growth, Haut-Medoc, France

        From one of the greatest vintages of the last 50 years, The wine is almost black in colour, displaying dark red glints and a delicate purple rim. The complex, intensely fresh bouquet opens on toasty notes, enhanced by powerful black fruit aromas. The wine is all-enveloping and characterized by an elegant, powerful, tight structure and silky, concentrated tannins. It evolves towards an impressively long finish, revealing attractive oaky notes. Magnificent Belgrave, very Saint-Julien in style. Chateau Belgrave was originally a highly reputed hunting pavilion during the reign of Louis XV, the expansion of the vineyards was particularly influenced by the Coutanceau family, whose name was first adopted for the estate’s wines during the classification of Bordeaux wines carried out by Guillaume Lawton in 1815. The “Bellegrave” designation first appeared in 1845, when Bruno Devès, a negociant in Bordeaux, remodelled the estate, favoring vine growing on the finest gravel terroirs. He built residences, tank rooms and wineries, and constructed the existing residence on the site of the original hunting pavilion. The wine was classified as a 5th growth in 1855, still bearing the name of Coutanceau, whilst the “Belgrave” name was only to be attributed at the beginning of the 20th century by Marcel Alibert, founder of the Syndicate of Crus Classés, and owner of the estate for almost 30 years. The link between the wine and hunting explains the ferret that features on the packaging, and also the name “Diane de Belgrave” given to its second wine.
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      • 2012 Carte Blanche Pinot Noir "Nobles Ranch Vineyard" Sonoma Coast, CA

        The 2012 Pinot Noir is full of promise, needing ample time to open, it reveals bright freshly macerated cherries, carnation, and dried provencal herbs. Savory notes step forward in the generous mid-palate offering notes of dried sage, lilac, and faint cardamom. Baking spices, Swedish fish, and sour cherry sit on the silky and lengthy finish. Wine Advocate WA87-89 From the same source, the 2012 Pinot Noir (500 cases produced) is much lighter and slightly fluid compared to the more concentrated 2011. Consume it over the next several years.
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      • 2016 Louis Cheze Cote-Rotie (Syrah) Bellissima, Cote-Rotie, Northern Rhone, France

        A lush Cote-Rotie with a stunning nose of blackberry and red ripe strawberries. Secondary notes of forest floor, mushrooms, pepper and with a meaty finish. Palate: lush and with such a finesse. One can clearly taste the 2016 vintage here. Powerful but with great elegance. Very good longevity. Verdict: prime example of northern Rhone. So lush and delicious. Could drink forever. So complex and with many layers.
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      • 2017 Joseph Jewell Pinot Noir Russian River Valley, Sonoma County, CA

        Luscious and inviting, with aromas of bing cherry, cola, and orange blossom, this deep ruby wine delights with flavors of bing cherry and plum. Soft tannins support a lush mouthfeel that will keep you coming back for more. Winemaker Notes: The Russian River Valley Pinot Noir is always a fan favorite. When you look at the three single-vineyard Pinot Noirs we produce, they all bring something different to the table. The Bucher brings lush fruits and lots of earthy notes. The Starscape Vineyard brings the very easy drinking qualities of red fruits and soft tannins. Hallberg brings structure to the wine as well as darker fruits and Asian spices. When we create a barrel selection from these vineyards the result is a complete wine with several layers and flavor profiles. This is our best representation of the Russian River Valley.
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      • 2015 Elyse Merlot - Napa Valley, CA

        "...creamy texture and firm long tannins that frame the intense aromas of cassis, coffee and dusty rose petals.."--BH
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      • 2014 Chateau Reysson Haut-Médoc Cru Bourgeois Bordeaux

        This is a bold and rich wine, a blend totally dominated by 90% Merlot. It is fruity, structured and with fine juicy black fruits and acidity. The 12 months of wood aging have given the wine an edge of spice that is attractive now. Final tannins will allow it to age. Drink from 2021 - ROGER VOSS
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      • 2016 Domaine Bertrand Bachelet Pommard, Red Burgundy, France

        The Pommard appellation, situated between Beaune and Volnay in an area known for its red wine, displays much heterogeneity, both in terms of exposition and of soil type. The vines of the estate are situated in two localities, Les Vaumuriens and Les Chanlins, at the top of the hill, and are south-east-facing. Tasting notes: A deep red robe; on the nose it evokes a fresh fruit aroma that alters with age to chocolate and peppery notes; full and well-structured on the palate.
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      • 2018 Mamete Prevostini "Botonero" Nebbiolo, Alpe Retiche IGT, Italy

        The Prevostini family have been producing wine on the terraced slopes of Valtellina since the mid-1940s. Bright ruby red in color with moderate transparency. The nose reveals fresh and fruity aromas of berries with very clean and pleasing aromas that start with hints of cherry, currant and strawberry followed by scents of rose and violet. A unique, distinctly different style of Alpine Nebbiolo at a great value.
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      • 2018 Erich Sattler, St. Laurent, Burgenland, Austria

        This traditional Austrian variety is an offspring of the Pinot Noir grape. It is similar in structure and silkiness yet has a distinct spiciness and a hint of dark fruit. It has a dark purple color with a fine and fruity nose. The structure of this wine is elegant with flavors of Morello cherry. It has pleasant acidity and a clear variety-typical character. Very seductive.
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      • 2014 Couly-Dutheil "La Baronnie Madeline" Cabernet Franc, Chinon, FRA

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      • 2016 Bibbiano, Sangiovese, Chianti Classico, Tuscany, ITA

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      • 2010 Salcheto, Nobile di Montepulciano, Tuscany, Italy

        From the Sangiovese Prugnolo Gentile vineyards, one bottle per plant, it ferments in wood and ages in large and small oak barrels for 18 months to then refine at least 6 months in the bottle. 2010 was an incredible vintage. After a difficult and “extended” winter, and a spring with a complicated health pressures on the plant, the evolution was a positive recovery following a subpar blossoming. However, a fresh and cloudy September seemed to have compromised the phenolic concentration, but finished with a magnificent outburst in the last days of the month, expressing power and elegance in this Vino Nobile.
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      • 2017 Seis Soles Red Blend, Syrah-Cabernet Sauvignon, Lodi, CA

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      • 2018 Reign, Merlot, Napa Valley, CA

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        $45.00
      • 2015 Poderi Aldo Conterno Nebbiolo Il Favot, Langhe ITA

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        $56.00
      • 2016 Domaine Daniel Rion & Fils, Pinot Noir, Vosne-Romanee, Burgundy, FRA

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      • 2018 Nue Wilde "Coastview Vineyard" Pinot Noir, Monterey County, CA

        According to an article in the San Francisco Chronicle in 2018, Monterey County is "a coastal getaway that serves as an escape from the daily grind, and as a happy place for those who identify with sea otters as their spirit animals". While that sentiment is beautiful, one must not forget that Monterey County has become increasingly recognized for its balanced, nuanced wines. Fruit flavors, structure and minerality all exhibit themselves so that no single element is deemed more important than another. Pick up a bottle of this gorgeous Pinot Noir and see for yourself.
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      • 2012 Lorenzo Sassetti Brunello Di Montalcino Riserva, Sangiovese, Tuscany, ITA

        With nearly a decade to mellow out, this classic Brunello becomes more ravishing by the day, showing dried figs, candied cherries, hazelnuts, and sun-baked leather. In the past 20 years, only seven vintages in this heralded wine region have received praise. 2012 was one of those years, earning the title of "outstanding" by the regulatory body of the region, the Consorzio Brunello di Montalcino.
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      • 2017 Poderi Aldo Conterno Red Blend, Freisa-Cab Sauv-Merlot, Langhe, ITA

        A unique, red blend from Northern Italy. While slightly more obscure, the native "Freisa" grape leads the way in this blend with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot providing the structure and backbone. Larger than life author and maestro of imbibing, Ernest Hemingway, notably mentioned the wilder and more rustic Freisa grape in his book Farewell to Arms noting a "clear, red, tannic and lovely" wine. Profoundly balanced and mesmerizingly perfumed.
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      • 2017 Pott and Daughters, Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley CA

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        $110.00
      • 2017 Ehlers Estate, Cabernet Franc, St Helena, Napa Valley CA

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        $49.00
      • 2017 Ehlers Estate, Merlot, St. Helena, Napa, CA

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      • 2015 Tempranillo Torre Albéniz Reserva Biodymanic/Organic Ribera del Duero, ESP

        VINOUS Score:92 Dark violet. Mineral- and spice-accented aromas of ripe red and blue fruits, lavender and baking spices are complemented by suggestions of vanilla and licorice. Focused and energetic on the palate, offering juicy black raspberry and bitter cherry flavors that show fine clarity and building sweetness. Turns spicier on the persistent finish, which delivers gently chewy tannins and lingering mineral and floral notes. A Lovely biodynamic wine, full bodied, dark red color, gains from decanting.
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      • 2018 GSM Blend E16, Baby Rattlesnake Vineyard, El Dorado, CA

        A balanced, but powerful Syrah, Grenache, and Mourvedre blend, this wood-char aromas give way to concentrated red- and black-fruit flavors that are strongly accented by black-pepper and beef notes in this full-bodied, moderately tannic wine.
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      • 2019 Anthill Farms "Hawk Hill Vineyard" ORGANIC Sonoma Coast, CA

        96pts A Pinot with structure, body, and extreme finesse - cherry, pomegranate, plums, tea leaves, and baking spices. From the winery: Above the town of Freestone, Hawk Hill Vineyard is perched on a steep, Goldridge soil covered slope just a few miles from the Pacific. Shaped by the coastal climate, this low yielding vineyard is farmed by the Yarak family. The two decades old vines work late into the fall to ripen and develop detailed flavors in its tiny berries. Limpid ruby color. As usual, there is a ton of detail in the aromas at Hawk Hill. An overlay of reductive coffee bean comes out first, then briary red fruit, rose petal, tea leaf, citrus peel, and flint all lift readily from the glass. This site at the end of the coastal opening coming from Bodega grows remarkable fruit that develops into a refined and elegant wine, whose pleasing texture coats the palate with flavor. Drink through 2030
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      • 2014 Pascal Clement, Red Burgundy, Chambolle-Musigny, Burgundy, FRA

        BLEND | 100% Pinot Noir FLAVORS: Medium ruby. Some density, but elegant and balanced. Opens up nicely shortly after opening. Dark cherries, raspberries, nuts, almonds. Slight licorice (tyrisk pepper). Beginning sous bois. Long, lovely finish. VINEYARDS | Situated between Morey-Saint-Denis and Vougeot in the Co^te de Nuits, Chambolle Musigny was one of the first vineyards to be granted AOC status in September 1936. It is home to two Grand Cru vineyards (Bonne-Mares and Musigny) as well as highly regarded Premier Crus including Les Amoureuses. The slope has a unique aspect and highly active limestone content with just a shallow layer of clay topsoil. WINEMAKING | Aged 18 months in French oak.
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      • 2015 Louis Max, Gevrey-Chambertin "Les Azerottes", Burgundy, FRA

        Robert Partker 93 Deep ruby red in color In the nose, aromas of small fruits (strawberry, blackberry) and flowers (violet). It will develop more complex aromas of leather, truffle and game when matured for a few years. In the mouth, it is a full-bodied and powerful wine, with a good structure and voluptuous tannins.
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      • 2012 Pascal Clement, Grand Cru Corton-Renardes, Burgundy, FRA

        Pascal Clement's philosophy is minimalist, low-intervention, and focuses on small-batch winemaking. The care and attention to detail each barrel receives borders on coddling. This Grand Cru from the Corton-Renardes offers a focus and purity that should be held as an example of what great wine can and should be. Spicy and refined with a silky texture. This is one to drink on a crisp, almost overcast, autumn evening.
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      • 2016 Daniel Rion, Vosne-Romanée, Burgundy, FRA

        Wine Spectator 94 points Resulting from several parcels representing 1.90 ha, one of these is gently sloped to an altitude of 250 m, in ground of rather deep silt on clay, with vines from 35 to 55 years old. The other part, 25 years old, comes from a parcel on the top of the slope (300 with 325m), which is steeply sloping, on humus-bearing black soil, gravelo-stony, very calcareous. The bottom is him also calcareous and stony. Vinified separately, the wines resulting from these 2 parcels are assembled just before the bottling, after a breeding on dregs in 50% of new barrels. Vosne Romanée is the flower of the domaine. Scents of cherry and rose, this wine becomes complex with age, with a nose of underwood, decaying leaves and mushrooms. Its tannins are discrete and consistent, but always elegant. It improves from 8 to 15 years depending on your preferences. At the table... You will find this wine harmonious with game animals delicately seasoned, such as pigeon or quails with raisins. At the end of the meal, it will be appropriate with fine and delicate cheeses.
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      • 2018 Bueyes, Malbec, "Organic" Uco Valley, Mendoza, ARG

        From the importer: Tasting notes: Extremely bright, fiery red with violet hues. On the palate the tannins are perceived. Seductive and round. The nose of chocolate and toasted oak are softly perceived through the barrel aging. Good intensity of flavor and a long finish. The persistence of fruit and floral aromas stand out, resulting in an elegantly wine
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      • 2016 Caruso & Minini, Frappato/Nerello Mascalese, Sicily ITA

        The perfect equilibrium between notable tannins of Nerello Mascalese and low tannins of Frappato. Light, refreshing wine with a full bouquet. Notes of spices and wildberries with vibrant acidity. Pair with fish, meat or medium aged cheese.
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      • 2019 Nucli, Tempranillo/Bobal, Valencia, ESP

        In the nose clean violets and cherries, in the mouth soft tannins. This is a wine with a good body, a complex wine. This wine goes best with light meals: light and delicate meat, fish like codfish or sea bass.
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      • 2018 Brick and Mortar, Pinot Noir/Chardonnay "Vin Rubis", Napa Valley CA

        Vin Rubis is a juicy red wine that drinks like a white and is best served cold. Vin Rubis is made from an equal blend of Napa Valley Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Light ruby red in color, Vin Rubis is packed with lush black raspberry, red apple, and bergamot, with herbal accents of bay laurel and violet. Blend: 53% Pinot Noir, 47% Chardonnay.
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      • 2018 Alegre Valgañón, Rioja Tinto (Tempranillo/Garnacha), Rioja Oriental, ESP

        The red Alegre Valgañón, is inspired in classic Rioja. Loaded with flavors of ripe red berries, citrus rind, and baking spice, this well-integrated lightly oaked wine is layered with a long-lasting finish Partially fermented with stems, it blends around 70% Tempranillo from Rioja Alta and 30% Garnacha sourced from Cárdenas in the Najerilla Valley and Tudelilla, a high-altitude area in Rioja Oriental.
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    • Sweet

      • Sauternes Chateau Voigny - Sauternes, Bordeaux, France 2015 (375mL - Half Bottle)

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      • 2016 Hexamer, Riesling, "Quarzit" Nahe, GER

        92pts James Suckling The 2019 Riesling Quarzit is bright, pure and flinty on the stony/dusty but also charmingly fruity and very delicate picture-book nose. Round and lush on the palate, this is a charming but tensioned and grippy Riesling from Meddersheim. Due to the residual sugar, which is somewhere between medium dry and medium sweet, this is not an ascetic but tensioned and thrilling Riesling that delivers the quartzite terroir in an accessible style. The minor grip and complex acidity would be too challenging for a wine at this precise point. I am sure it will be fabulous after some years of bottle aging. To me, this is another picture-book Riesling form Harald Hexamer
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      • 2018 Carl Loewen Riesling "Estate" Mosel, GER

        The Loewen estate has slowly grown from just 1 hectare in 1803 to 15 hectares today, all planted to Riesling and most are old vines on steep slopes around the village of Liewen. This "Estate" label was formerly released as a single vineyard Kabinett from the Liewener Klostergarten and is clearly a cut above your typical estate offerings. Christopher and his father Karl-Josef keep things very natural in the winemaking process, including whole cluster press, ambient yeast fermentation in 1000L 25 year old Fuder, and bottles with minimal sulfur. An excellent Riesling whose slight sweetness is perfectly balanced by the brisk acidity. Light bodied with green apple, peach, and river stones.
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      • 2017 Karthäuserhof, Riesling, Kabinett Eitelsbacher Karthäuserhofberg, Mosel, GER

        This transparent, pure snapshot of Riesling’s most profound terroir greets the palate with a slight touch of residual sugar; it is then swiftly cleansed by bright acidity. The enchanting journey of concentrated fruit, varietal purity and slate minerality leaves you with a taste experience fit for the Gods.
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        $50.00
    • Magnums & Half Bottles

      • 2017 Domaine Louis Max" Clos La Marche-Monopole" Mercurey (Pinot Noir)- Mercurey, France

        Bright ruby red in color. Intense note of red fruits (raspberry, cherry) and hints of spice, autumn leaves and licorice. Full bodied with a generous taste, round tannins and fine terroir aromas. The finish is long and harmonious.
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        $48.00
      • 2016 Pride Mountain Vineyards

        $46.00
      • 2012 Chateau Belgrave Haut-Medoc France

        $50.00
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