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Chateau Lafite Rothschild Pauillac 1995Winemaker's Notes : Dark ruby color, ripe black currants, violets and vanilla, spicy, oaky scents. The wine has great finesse and a particular softness imparted by the Merlot. It tends to be firm yet delicate and supple, great elegance develops with age.
Ramey Pedregal Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 20122012 turned out to be a perfect vintage with clear sunny days and cool evenings. This produced a long, moderate growing season with extended hang time and even ripening, resulting in optimum tannin maturity and a deep range of flavors.
Ramey Pedregal Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2013The most exciting of Ramey's 2013s, the Pedregal reveals a classic Oakville nose of plush red-black fruits, licorice and rich earth; the prelude to a modern but relatively restrained Cabernet with good acidity and refined tannin.
Georg Albrecht Schneider Niersteiner Hipping Spätlese Riesling 2015Winery Note: Hints of pine frond, earth and smoke entice on the nose of this unusual, remarkably well-priced Riesling. Semi-sweet in style, it’s rich and creamy on the palate with luscious peach and grapefruit flavors. It’s surprising nuanced too, exposing layers of steel, crushed mineral and acid that meld beautifully through a long finish.
Bodegas y Vinedos Valderiz Ribera del Duero 2015#26 Wine Spectator Top 100 of 2018 Winemaker Notes : Very dark, black currant color with rich and robust blue fruit on the nose. Full bodied with plums, vanilla and spice on the palate. Low acidity with nice balance and full ripe tannins on the finish.
McGah Family Cellars Scarlett Cabernet Sauvignon 2016Winemaker Notes: Flirting with perfection, the 2016 McGah Family Cabernet Sauvignon is a seamless, flawless and a compelling Rutherford beauty. Unbelievable complexity and layers intermingle with aromas of berry compote, cassis with a black cherry core that jumps from the glass. The mid palate is a silky flow of abundant blue and black fruits, followed with an opulent, full-bodied mouthfeel. The integrated structure and polished tannins carry through to a detailed and long finish. This blend from five of our Cabernet Sauvignon blocks on the estate showcases what an amazing terroir the McGah Family Vineyard is. Allow two to three years for it to mellow out or enjoy it in its prime five to ten years out. It’s an absolute pleasure to release this wine. 100% Cabernet Sauvignon.
Dr. H. Thanisch Erben Müller-Burggraef Bernkasteler Badstube Kabinett Riesling 2017Winemaker Notes: This wine shows a pronounced bouquet of very ripe red and yellow fruits, with exotic and slightly spicy notes, with well-integrated acidity. The slatey minerality so typical of the Mosel adds further complexity. Matches delicate foods excellently. Try this wine with veal, shellfish, roasted poultry or fish.
Belle Glos Clark & Telephone Pinot Noir 2017Winemaker Notes : Bright ruby red with fresh, vibrant aromas of wild blackberry, raspberry jam and cedar box accented by rich floral notes. This wine is juicy and generous on the palate with sweet cherry, field-ripened strawberry, cranberry and just-baked gingerbread. Perfectly balanced with bright acidity and a supple mouthfeel. Fine grained tannins provide an authentic textural distinction and structural depth.
Bedrock Wine Co. Old Vine Zinfandel 2017Winemaker Notes: I am incredibly proud of this wine. I have said it here before but it bears repeating—even though this is one of the least expensive wines we make, in many ways it is the most important. First, it is the one Bedrock wine that trickles out to most markets, so if someone gets introduced to our wines, there is a good chance it is this one. As such, it has to be reflective of the style we place value on. Second, this is the wine that allows us to rehab old vineyards by giving us a place to put the fruit while we upgrade farming, pruning, and soil health; at an average of 80 years of age, these lovely old vines appreciate the attention. Third, we now farm over 50% of the fruit that goes into this bottling, which allows us to make the hard farming decisions (dropping fruit, picking in multiple passes, etc.) to ensure we get the quality we need. Fourth, it is a statewide blend of vines, which means we can flex towards the strengths of a vintage. In 2017 we were able to put extra focus on the great quality in Contra Costa County (27%), Dry Creek (12%), Sonoma Valley (17%), Alexander Valley (11%), and Lodi (10%) to create a delicious, balanced and juicy wine. Fifth, we want this wine to spread the gospel of Zinfandel from California, and as such this sees fruit from great sites such as Evangelho, Bedrock, Nervo Ranch, Teldeschi Ranch, Sodini and Pato Vineyard. The final wine is roughly 86% Zinfandel, 5% Petite Sirah, and 5% Carignan, with the balance being Alicante Bouschet and all the other crazy and lovely field-blended varieties found in our old vineyards. Drink 2019-2030.
Arkenstone Sauvignon Blanc 2015Winery Notes: The Arkenstone Estate Sauvignon Blanc originally planted in 1997 is grown in 6 different very steep, very rocky, vineyard blocks on our Howell Mountain Estate. Choosing to plant only in the perfect patches of nutrient lacking, well-drained, white volcanic soils we are able to grow very concentrated, rich, but balanced, beautiful Sauvignon Blanc. Along with the Sauvignon Blanc in the lower part of our vineyard, we also farm a small block of Semillon which is blended with our Sauvignon Blanc. The percentage of Semillon will change each vintage, but the results are always consistent. The Semillon adds beautiful floral aromatics along with a bigger mid-palate that seamlessly complements and integrates with the Sauvignon Blanc's natural notes of melon, citrus, and minerality. From our rigorous farming practices to winemaking to our final blend, this wine is very much our tip of the cap to the classic white wines of Bordeaux. As with all 13 acres of our Arkenstone Estate, the Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon are both farmed exclusively in-house using only organic farming techniques overseen by Winemaker Sam Kaplan.
Torrin Vineyard The Banshee 2015Winery Notes: Of all the wines in our lineup, the Banshee may be the most vivid representative of the Rhone Varietal movement that has catapulted the credibility of the Paso Robles AVA. At 40% Syrah, 35% Grenache, and 25% Mourvedre, the Banshee weaves together a magnificent tapestry of rich dark fruit, floral highlights and layers of dried herbs and earth capturing the true essence of Rhone.
Macphail The Flyer 2016Winemaker Notes: Every wine I put in the bottle is made with the same approach – capture all the potential in the glass without having to augment or subtract. I believe less intervention in the cellar makes a better wine. My goal is to craft a seamless wine where every component is in balance. I approach every wine with precision – the vineyard brings all the complexity and the oak should simply be the background and support the fruit not take the lead role. It is easy to be seduced by the bright hues and youthful nature of The Flyer – fresh berries, smoky notes and earth tones lead the aromas on this classic Sonoma Coast blend. Rich and dense upon entry, there is a ton of complexity and provocative layers of black fruits – specifically dried cherries and black raspberries that are supported by beautiful acidity and silky tannins. A hint of vanilla oak sweetness shows through a lengthy and persistent finish.
Saintsbury Donnelly Creek Pinot Noir 2014Winery Notes: Aroma opens with brooding plum and briar, with lingering floral and spice notes. A dense entry of dark cherry, bittersweet chocolate, spice and chanterelle. Pairing: Wild boar ragout or lemon-rosemary roasted vegetables with lentils.
McPrice Myers High on the Hog 2016Winemaker Notes : Aromas of smoky plum, mocha, licorice, and black raspberries. On the palate, Rainier cherry, boysenberry, dark chocolate, brown spice, lush tannins and a long, supple finish. Enjoy with Korean short rib tacos.
Scarlett Wines Petit Verdot 2015Winery Notes: The McGah Family Vineyards Petit Verdot block produced a prodigious and compelling wine in 2015. Dark violet in color followed by an intense set of aromas consisting of dark, heady fruit, cedar, and sandalwood spice. The mid-palate consists of firm but perfectly integrated acidity along with a ripe, rich and highly concentrated Rutherford fruit. A beautiful streak of anise runs right through the middle leading to a long and highlighted finish. Consistent with the nature of this varietal, the tannins are forefront, but a have a measure of finesse and polish allowing this wine to be enjoyed in its youth. Drink now with a long decant or allow it to age for 6-10 years.
Sans Liege The Offering 2016Winery Notes: When you arrive the celebration is raging, much like the huge bonfire in the center of the crowd. You are met with scents of anise, mulling spices, kirsch and leather. A friend claps you on the back and hands you a bowl crafted from juniper proclaiming “wassail!” “Drink hail” you chorus with the rest of the group, taking a gulp and passing it on. Treats of olive tapenade and plums with cinnamon are shared as the merriment continues into the night.
Murphy Goode Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2015Winemaker Notes : This wine has great varietal expression from the best of both worlds: Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Look forward to aromas and flavors of black cherry with just a hint of black licorice. The finish will add notes of chocolate, vanilla, and just a touch of toast. Great with charbroiled burgers or your favorite steak fresh off the grill. Blend: 83% Cabernet Sauvignon, 13% Cabernet Franc, 2% Merlot, 1% Malbec, 1% Petit Verdot
Inkberry Mountain Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2016Winemaker Notes: Deep ruby with a vibrant purple edge. Ripe stewed plums on nose, with a touch prunes. Full bodied with ripe plums, sweet cassis fruits; juicy ripe mid palate sweetness, subtle oak adds texture and weight, fine, persistent tannins give the wine structure and length.
Franciscan Estate Equilibrium Red 2014Winemaker Notes: Our Equilibrium red blend is a rich, fruit forward, unique wine that's so easy to enjoy. Equilibrium means to come together in a state of harmonious balance. We brought together the juicy, ripe fruit flavors of Zinfandel, added some dark, peppery Petite Sirah, and complemented it with rich, soft, mouth-filling Malbec and Syrah. The combination is irresistible - so soft and luscious, it's hard to pull yourself away! A very round palate and abundance of vibrant fruit flavors enables it to pair beautifully with a range of foods, from spicy barbeque to burgers to salmon. Or have it on its own and savor the velvety mouthfeel.
J Vineyards & Winery Cuvée 20 BrutWinemaker's Notes: This J non-vintage Brut gracefully opens up with crisp lemon peel, honeysuckle and delicate yeast aromas. Upon entry, these notes follow through to a mix of Fuji apple and grapefruit interlaced with toast, caramel and almond flavors on the mid-palate. The acidity adds just enough liveliness and the citrus zest leads to a lingering, warm pear and lush finish. Demonstrating an illustrious combination of yesterday and today, its fresh exuberance showcases layers of depth and complexity..
Trentadue Old Patch Red 2016Winemaker Notes: The 2016 OPR Red is predominately Zinfandel blended with Petite Sirah and Carignane resulting in very fruity yet complex and full bodied Rhone- like style wine. The wine has dark red color with intense black cherry aromas, blueberries and cherry cola as an immediate impression. With aeration nuances of ripe plums, vanilla and cocoa are showing with slight dose of oak and toast. On the mouth the wine is fresh and juicy with youthful brightness, finishing long and fruity. This is a wine that will drink well with variety of foods but it is also very enjoyable on its own. Our 2016 OPR is delicious now but it will reward your patience with 2-5 years of aging. Cheers!
Pont Neuf Le Bruant 2015Winemaker Notes: “Le Bruant” is named for our village in the Haute Côte de Nuits of Burgundy, less than a dozen houses gathered around a source which brought delicious water all the way from the Alps. It comes from the gently sloping hills of Goldridge soil in the Martinelli Zio Tony Vineyard where the summer mornings are often foggy. The landscape is gentle and quiet and produces wonderfully elegant pinot noir. The ﬂavors, however, take us back to the hills above Burgundy where the locals hunt pheasant and wild boar and produce the best cassis. “Le Bruant” is the perfect combination of rustic backcountry ﬂavors and the reﬁnement unique to pinot noir. The wine is brilliant ruby and red-violet, in spite of being un-ﬁltered. Sweetly perfumed aromas of Huckleberry and Pomegranate mix with earthy forest ﬂoor and intensely pure red fruit ﬂavors. The ﬁne balance of acid and ripe fruit keeps it lively on the palate carrying the ﬂavors to a lingering ﬁnish. We recommend decanting at this early stage of development. 50 cases produced.
Hess Select North Coast Cabernet Sauvignon 2016Winemaker NotesOur Hess Select Cabernet features grapes from some of the best vineyards in Napa and Lake county. The wine showcases a ruby color with aromas red raspberry and dark cherry. Flavors of red raspberry, black cherry follow with spicy notes of currants, anise, cloves, cedar and a touch of vanilla. This soft, round, medium-bodied wine tastes like Cabernet should. Our Cabernet is perfect with an informal BBQ straight through to Saturday night
Silver Oak Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2014Winemaker Notes: Our 2012 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon artfully combines the classic elegance of the old world and the ripe fruit of California. It displays an opaque garnet color with a bouquet driven by fruity aromas of blackberry liqueur. It also offers the savory components of sage and molasses. These complex aromatics are complemented by sandalwood and nutmeg characteristics indicative of American oak aging. This is a well-structured wine with a compact and rich mid-palate buttressed by silky tannins and generous acidity. Given proper cellaring, this wine will provide drinking pleasure through 2037.
Hartford Court Russian River Valley Pinot Noir 2016Winemaker Notes Aromas of black cherry, allspice, black currant and loam are followed by flavors of wild raspberries, dark berries and a crushed rock minerality. The dense entry is followed by a sweet and juicy mouth feel, supported by acidity, silky tannins and a subtle earthy finish.
Hartford Court Arrendell Vineyard Pinot Noir 2015The 2015 Arrendell Vineyard Pinot Noir is a deep, ruby-colored wine with complex aromas of blackcurrants, black cherries, forest floor and violets interlaced with a savory grilled herb nuance. Black cherries and kirsch flavors complement silky tannins and a multi-layered mouthfeel. The lingering and nuanced finish is a hallmark of all bottlings from this amazing vineyard site.
Hess Collection Mt. Veeder Cabernet Sauvignon 2014Winemaker Notes: Our estate grown Cabernet is the flagship of The Hess Collection – grown on the original vineyards first acquired by Donald Hess in the late 70s, this is one of my favorite wines to grow and make. The 2014 vintage is vibrant with big blackberry fruit notes and sweet pleasing tannins – a surprise coming from Mount Veeder. Tannins on Mount Veeder need the most attention to ensure we craft a wine that is approachable and round, and this vintage delivers on all fronts. I love the mouth filling notes of espresso and cassis that layer around a very precise black fruit core. This is a wine that can age and age but if you are like me and you like your wines young, I promise you won’t be disappointed.
Bootleg Prequel Red Blend 2015Winery Notes: This wine is a deep, opaque purple and exudes aromas of lavender, blueberry and bacon smoke. Its texture is round, full bodied and incredibly creamy. It exhibits flavors of forest fruits, black pepper and toasted oak. This substantial, yet supple wine is superb on its own, but could elevate sautéed mushrooms and lamb sausages to next level status.
Tensley Colson Canyon Syrah 2017Winery Notes: This is the second vintage of Colson Canyon Syrah that we’ve produced since purchasing the vineyard in 2016. Buying Colson was nothing short of a dream come true for us. Colson has been part of our portfolio since 2000, and it’s been a real superstar for us, garnering Food and Wine Magazine’s Best Syrah in America award as well as making the Wine Spectator’s Top 100 twice. Since taking over Colson, we’ve dedicated ourselves to meticulously farming this unique location. We’ve thinned the canopy, dropped crop and carefully monitored watering. As a result, we feel that 2016 and 2017 have been the best Colson vintages to date. This wine is rich and deep with decadent notes of chocolate, bacon, and black fruits, The mouthfeel is round and velvety with a long, lingering finish. Look for hints of vanilla from the 20 percent new French oak we use on each vintage. Drink this wine now or age it over the next 12 years.
Belle Glos Las Alturas Vineyard Pinot Noir 2017Winemaker Notes The Spanish term 'Las Alturas' means 'the heights', a fitting name for this vineyard located on one of the highest grape-growing benches in the Santa Lucia Highlands AVA. At this elevation, the sunny but very cool climate creates a wine bearing all the hallmarks of this coastal region: robust, expressive, full-bodied and balanced by a firm acidity. Deep garnet in color with an aromatic medley of black cherry, marionberry, ripe plum and a hint of anise. Dark fruit on the palate with flavors of wild berries, caramelized oak and cacao nibs complemented by subtle notes of vanilla, cedar and a hint of lavender and forest floor. Rich and unrestrained, this wine’s abundant fruit is beautifully balanced by firm acidity and layers of red and black fruit.
Toad Hollow Francine's Selection Chardonnay 2017Winemaker Notes: We are excited about our 2017 Toad Hollow Chardonnay! We started our winery more than 20 years ago with our unoaked 1993 Chardonnay and have maintained the same vibrant style since the first vintage. This Chardonnay is clean and crisp with flavors of mango and melon. Slow malolactic fermentation with tie on the lees help to create a full, rich mouth-feel that perfectly balances the bright acids and stainless steel aging. We love the depth in this 100% unoaked Chardonnay and a lower RS adds to its complexity.
Denner Vineyards Dirt Worshipper 2016Aroma: The nose is pure Syrah, singing with notes of white pepper, violets, olive tapenade, crushed blackberries and smoked brisket. Flavor: The palate is incredibly suspenseful until, at last, it explodes with a burly burst of blueberries, cooling menthol, and espresso - yet it finishes with a seamless stream of elegant tannins, leaving you practically begging for another sip.
Olivier Hillaire Châteauneuf-du-Pape 2016Winemaker Notes : Olivier has 30+ years experience of winemaking with Chateauneuf-du-Pape. With his experience he has learned that keeping his yields very low helps produce wines with great concentration and soft, silky tannins. This great wine, like Olivier, can be enjoyed in its youth but will also age very well!
Pont Neuf Pont Royal 2017Winemaker Notes: The 2017 Pont Royal reveals a brilliant clarity both in appearance and flavors. Its vineyard character is classic; forward citrus, fresh peach, custard and honied beeswax accents are consistent hallmarks of our Chardonnay. There is a superior silky texture, almost creamy, that is only experienced in Premier and Grand Cru wines in Burgundy. French oak takes a back seat to the fruit, adding nuanced aromas of toasted brioche and fine structure to the wine. We employed 80% new oak from the Vosges forest, contributing the delicate toast and vanilla aromas and playing perfectly with bright citrus fruit. Barrel-fermented, aged on the lees and bottled un-fined and unfiltered, this natural fermentation showcases the vineyard and the vintage. 75 cases produced.
Hess The Lioness Chardonnay 2016Winemaker Notes: With this wine, we aim to craft a big, beautiful Napa Valley Chardonnay that showcases what our Estate vineyard is capable of producing. I am striving for texture and full flavors when I make the barrel selection, and am attracted to clones that produce fruit of low yields but tremendous quality. The Lioness is dynamic and beautifully balanced with a lush texture that is complemented by a core of acidity running throughout. Layered flavors of tropical fruit and a hint of smoke integrate with notes of nutmeg and almond. These delicious elements of toasty oak persist throughout a long satisfying finish.
Castello Romitorio Il Toro 2015Winery Notes: Il Toro is an elegant blend of Syrah and Petit Verdot that expresses the benefits of a moderate climate such as Tuscany’s, where vines grow naturally without needing irrigation and yield an excellent quantity and quality of fruit. The resulting wine is a bold Super Tuscan that attests to the fact that French varietals can thrive in Tuscany and give exceptional quality, whilst retaining an undeniably Tuscan character. This wine is aged for approximately 12 months in oak and is unfiltered.
Weingut Bernard Ott Am Berg Niederösterreich 2017Winery Notes: In character amazingly grown up. With the full spectrum of that spiciness that makes length and depth a clever Veltliner. And then the tender, light-colored fruit aroma. Vinified lightness. What is there else to say? Just drink. every day, every meal.
Keplinger Sumo Amador County Red Blend 2012Winery Notes: From Shake Ridge Vineyard, this wine shows crazy intensity from Ann’s impeccable viticulture. The two petite Sirah blocks were harvested in two picks and cofermented with Viognier, then blended with Syrah. It is such a fun wine – intense and concentrated, brooding and dark but with high notes of star gazer lily, white flowers, ginger, and black peppercorn. It is an immense wine, but always finishes light on its feet. The art of Sumo. 68% Petite Sirah, 11% Syrah, 3% Viognier
Mud House Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2017Winemaker Notes : Pale lemon color. Lifted aromatic nose of snow pea, nettles and guava. The front palate fill with fresh melon, citrus and grapefruit flavors. The crisp grapefruit like acidity extends the palate to a long mouth-watering finish. Pair with Vietnamese seafood spring rolls. with fresh coriander, lime and crunchy vegetables.
Outlot Sonoma County Chardonnay 2015Winery Note: Light golden yellow in color, the Outlot Chardonnay has a nose reminiscent of warm apple pie with hints of cardamom, toffee and acacia blossoms. The luscious, creamy entry on the palate leads to waves of honeycomb, honeycrisp apple, peach, and a touch of apricot, finishing with rich butterscotch flavors and a kiss of vanilla. A truly handsome wine.
Pahlmeyer Jayson Cabernet Sauvignon 2016Winemaker Notes: Jayson Cabernet Sauvignon reveals its classic expression with deep, elegant black fruit aromas, and hints of plum, licorice, vanilla, fresh cream and the suggestion of forest floor. A juicy entry leads into a dense mid-palate; mocha, dusty chalk, and attractive herbal hints round out the rich flavors. Fine tannins support the fruit character for a complex, balanced wine that pairs well with food.
Warre's Vintage Port 2016#14 Wine Spectator Top 100 of 2018 Winemaker Notes: Nearly half the Warre’s 2016 is made up of old, mixed vines from both Cavadinha and Retiro. In sections of these vineyards, as many as 30 to 40 different varieties are planted together, and at Retiro they are between 80 and 100 years old with a predominance of Touriga Franca, a variety that has typically prospered in the Rio Torto Valley, home to Quinta do Retiro. These vineyards produced tiny yields, just 630g/vine. The structure and complexity of the old vines was balanced with great acidity and freshness from the Cavadinha grapes and the superb floral aromatics from the two Touriga varieties harvested at Quinta da Telhada. Due to the very cool nights during the vintage, the grapes arrived at the Cavadinha lagar winery so cold in the mornings that, in effect, they had a ‘cold soak maceration’ before fermentation began, favouring excellent aromatic extraction. Harvesting finished at Cavadinha on October 10th, a couple of days before the weather broke. More perfect harvesting conditions could not have been hoped for.
Foxen Bien Nacido Block UU Chardonnay 2016Winemaker Notes : Foxen's Chardonnay Bien Nacido Vineyard Block UU is one of the quirkiest California Chardonnays you will come across. The plant material here is Chardonnay grafted onto own-rooted Riesling rootstock that was originally planted in the early 1970s. Oddly enough, this wine often shows distinctly tropical, Riesling-inflected notes. White peach, ash, slate, pear and crushed rocks show superb energy allied to power in a Chardonnay with searing intensity, fabulous balance and tons of personality.
Tensley Santa Barbara Syrah 2017Winery Notes: Once again this vintage of the Santa Barbara County Syrah is made up of fruit from the diverse microclimates that Santa Barbara County has to offer. This year’s SBC blend is comprised primarily of Syrah from the Hilltop Vineyard. Hilltop is a cool climate vineyard and brings a splash of red fruit that is super fresh with a bright acidity. The rest of the blend is made up of Colson Canyon and Clover Creek Sryah. These vineyards both bring lush roundness to the wine along with deep notes of plum, blackberries and smoked meats. Drink this wine now or age over the next seven years.
Joseph Phelps Cabernet Sauvignon 2016Winemaker Notes: The 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon is ultra-concentrated with dense black fruit, anise, roasted coffee, ripe blueberries, cedar box and graphite. A fresh and focused wine with creamy texture and a long luscious mouth feel with dusty earth, baking spices, sweet vanilla and fresh fig notes.
Denner Vineyards Ditch Digger 2016Winery Notes: Complex and mysterious aromas of black licorice, ripe strawberry, botanicals and Chinese five spice explode from the glass. A core of dense red fruit flavors, chocolate truffle, and guanciale mingle on the impressive palate. The finish is beautifully rich and textured while still surprisingly light on its feet.
Rombauer El Dorado "Twin Rivers" Zinfandel 2016Winery Notes: This wine is ruby red with a bright hue, and aromas of red berries and mountain berries mixed with brown sugar, tobacco and a hint of violet. On the palate, it’s expansive and dense with flavors of plums, raspberry, blackberry jam, vanilla and dried florals. The finish builds and lingers on and on.
Domaine Bosquet des Papes Chateauneuf du Pape 2016Winemaker Notes A nice red purple color with shiny highlights. On the nose, this Chateauneuf-du-Pape spreads aromas of little red berries. It has a sweeping silky smooth mouth.
Kinero Talley Vineyard Chardonnay 2016Winery Notes: This stunning Chardonnay delivers a highly-pitched nose of pineapple, lemon curd, flint and peony. The attack is rich yet precise, offering lip-smacking flavors of white peach, freshly baked pastries, toasted Marcona almonds and citrus zest. The mid-palate is silky and vibrant with a finish that lasts for nearly a full minute.