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TOP 12 for June

Here comes Summer! Weddings, graduations, Father's Day, backyard B-B-Q's, picnics at the beach or mountain lake's, just a few things that might be in store for a great summer. We look forward to helping you find the perfect wine or craft beer for any upcoming occasion.
We wish all of you a very safe and happy summer! See you soon.

Matt and Team

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2016 Canavese


Technically speaking, Canavese is a part of Piedmont at the frontier of Valle d’Aosta. This area is reknowned for its steeply terraced vineyards and mild climate producing high quality at an affordable price. This wine is a beauty as it exudes finesse and elegance at a fraction of the price of most Barolo and Barbaresco. Bright cherry, raspberry and floral notes with mineral and hints of earthiness on the finish.
 ~Mark's Top Pick!~
Meyer Nakel

2018 AHR

Pinot Noir Rose


Our customer's favorite German Rose has just arrived. Year in and year out Meyer Nakel makes one of Germany's best Roses.
They have done it again this year.
Elegant strawberry, peach, honey, melon and red cherries; refreshing wine with a lovely fruit‐acidity‐harmony. One of the finest crafted Rosés in the world that symbiotically pairs with a myriad of dishes from starters of cured meats and hard cheeses, to seafood apps or main courses, as well as poultry, savory pork, and duck.



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Tenuta delle Terre Nere 

2017 Sicily

Etna Rosso

91 Wine Spectator

The vineyards for this beautfiul red wine from Sicily are found on the hillsides of Mount Etna.
From Wine Spectator: This medium-bodied red is creamy and finely balanced overall, though a firm core of tannins structures the flavors of crushed raspberry, cherry and tangy mineral, with hints of dried marjoram and woodsy spice. Fresh and lovely. Nerello Mascalese and Nerello Cappuccio.
Drink now through 2026. Certified Organic.


Non Vintage Vin de France

Blanc de Blancs

Super amazing French bubbly value!
The Non Vintage Imaginarium Blanc de Blancs is a blend of Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Ugni Blanc and French Colombard made using the traditional method with 12 months on the lees. It has a lovely perfumed nose of lemon drops, honeysuckle and peach blossoms with touches of apple pie and baking bread. The palate is elegant, fresh, and invigorating with lovely tension and great intensity.
$19.99   $13.99  
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2016 Columbia Valley

Red Blend

92 Wine Spectator


We have a feeling this wine is going to be a HUGE hit. A crowd-pleaser to say the least. Smooth and rich, it is so easy to enjoy on its own.

From Wine Spectator: Dynamic yet graceful, with a lively core of black cherry, espresso and cracked pepper flavors that build richness toward refined tannins. Merlot, Syrah and Malbec. Drink now through 2025


2012 Amarone della Valpolicella
il Lussurioso


92 Wine Spectator

Dark ruby-red in color with garnet shades. Intense and elegant aromas of ripe fruit, raisins and spices with vanilla, tobacco, cocoa and anise. Persistent, warm flavors, velvety and harmonious.
From Wine Spectator: Redolent of balsamic spice and herb, this full-bodied red offers dark and brambly berry and black currant fruit layered with grippy tannins. Lingering, tar-tinged finish. Drink now through 2025.
$13.99   $44.99  
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Domaine Gallety

2015 Valle du Rhone


If you had to build a gate between the northern and southern Rhone, signaling your passage from one to the other, you might situate it at Domaine Gallety. Gallety craft singular reds and whites that exhibit some of the defining characteristics of both the northern and southern Rhone.
Made of Grenache Blanc, Marsanne, and Roussanne, and aged two years in old barrels, it has just the right amount of chiseled richness without sacrificing any freshness.
 Imported by Kermit Lynch.

Lang & Reed

2015 North Coast

Cabernet Franc

From one of the premier Cabernet Franc producers in California. The ‘North Coast’ designation is an approved American Viticultural Area (AVA) that encompasses five counties that are directly affected by maritime influence by touching the Pacific Ocean, San Francisco Bay or Clear Lake. The Cabernet Franc grapes from four of the five counties – Napa, Sonoma, Lake and Suisun. The diversity of climate, soil and aspect allows a broad array of characteristics and ripeness so that the final blend is greater than any of the parts.Textbook Cabernet Franc flavors of gorgeous violet, raspberry, and herbal scents.
~Brian's Top Pick~

$16.99   $19.99  
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The Four Graces

2017 Willamette Valley

Pinot Gris

We know you love their Pinot Noir, their Pinot Gris is also outstanding! 
Deliciously bright, fresh and crisp. Aromas of pineapple, Meyer lemon and honeysuckle and showcasing luscious flavors of grapefruit, kiwi and lemon zest followed by a bright acidity that lingers on the finish. The perfect summer sipping wine.

Chateau Lanessan

2016 Haut Medoc


90 Wine Advocate

Neal Martin's description, when he was with the Wine Advocate, sums up this wine nicely.
From Neal Martin: The 2016 Lanessan has a perfumed, quite floral bouquet with graphite tinged black fruit—fine delineation with impressive focus, even if it is not the most complex Haut-Medoc that I encountered in this vintage out of barrel. The palate is medium-bodied with smooth tannin, well-judged acidity, plenty of black fruit with a harmonous, engaging and slightly tarry finish. This is a great Lanessan that should give 20 years of pleasure. This comes highly recommended and I expect it will land at the top of my banded score once in bottle.
~Matt's Top Pick~
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2017 Dunnigan Hills



Fans of rich, creamy, smooth California Chardonnay should not miss this very tasty wine!
From the winery: Matchbook’s 2017 The Arsonist Chardonnay is a luscious blend of the best barrel lots of estate-grown fruit. A beautiful golden straw color opens to aromas of toasty oak, crème brûlèe, brown sugar and mango. Dense flavors of pineapple, caramel apples and baking spices are layered over creamy buttery notes and a touch of vanilla. This is a full-bodied Chardonnay loaded with opulent flavors that are well-integrated and balanced.
The Arsonist Chardonnay has enough depth of flavor to hold up to lobster, pasta with a cream sauce and, for the adventurous, a well-marbled steak.



2017 Barossa


93 Wine Spectator

The best Woodcutter's in many years! Although this wine is constantly praised for its succulence and richness, there is also a complexity and texture which is rarely found at this price.
From Wine Spectator: Aromatic and stylish, opening with violet, white pepper and subtle sweet cream notes. The core gushes with huckleberry and wild blueberry flavors, revealing shades of rosemary and apricot. Supple and smooth, with tannins hanging in the background, providing appealing traction. The finish sails on and on.

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TOP 12 for June
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