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TOP 12 for January

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Browne Family

2016 Columbia Valley

Red Blend

Exploding aromatics of mixed black fruits and toasty French oak with flavors of blackberry and black cherry. This full-bodied wine is perfectly balanced with big, integrated tannins and lingering notes of cinnamon, leather and tar on the finish.

2018 Russian River



Without a doubt one of the best Russian River Zinfandel producers. The 2018 version is yet another outstanding effort. Loads of complexity. Every Zinfandel lover should treat themselves to this wine! They source their fruit  from some of the oldest Zinfandel vineyards in California. The complexity and depth of flavors from these vineyards produce the most consistently bold and unctuous Zinfandel found anywhere.
~Matt's TOP Pick~



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Saint Jacques  

2017 Bierzo


93 Wine Advocate

This is one of the best values from Bierzo and Spain. Fresh and elegant, it is a great value! 100% Mencia.
From Wine Advocate: The clean, floral and 2017 Ultreia Saint Jacques comes mostly from old vineyards from different soils in Valtuille and Villadecanes fermented in stainless steel and oak vats with part of full clusters and matured in used barriques for one year. It's produced in a fresh and very drinkable way. This is one of the best values from Bierzo and Spain, and a great introduction to Bierzo. It's a more serious wine than what the wine was when it was first produced, fresh and elegant. It's very reliable and a great value.



Dolcetto d'Alba

The Brezza estate, which includes part of the renowned Cannubi vineyard and other fine sites around the village of Barolo, has been bottling since 1910.  Brezza’s wines are icons of traditional winemaking: organic grapegrowing, long macerations, and aging in large barrels. This transparent style, applied consistently and cleanly across the different bottlings, allows the differences of site to become clear, with no new oak aromas or rusticity to get in the way. A fantastic Piedmont producer has crafted this very delicious Dolcetto. Bright fruit with measured acidity. Bring on the roasted chicken, salmon or cheesy pasta.
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The goal at Savary is to showcase the stony Kimmeridgian limestone terroir of the Chablisien in its purest form, and these techniques, executed with rigor and precision, are just what it takes to allow this most distinctive expression of Chardonnay to shine. As a result, the Savary wines are textbook Chablis: crisp, racy, and mouth-watering, evoking typical aromas of white flowers, citrus, and crushed seashells. Imported by Kermit Lynch.



2017 Columbia Valley


A tremendous Washington State Syrah at a fantastic price! LUKE Syrah is a full-bodied red packed with profound color, concentration of flavors and velvet elegance. The wine opens up rich and bold, suggesting pepper, licorice, dark chocolate, and spice followed by blackberry, blueberry, and candied fruits.
A lengthy finish highlights the ripeness and complexity of the wine.
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2015 Valpolicella Classico

Il Bugiardo

92 Wine Advocate

  From Wine Advocate: The 2015 Valpolicella Classico Superiore Ripasso Il Bugiardo is a very exuberant, very full and fruit-forward wine. Showing ripe, sweet and dark fruit with sweet spice at the end, this would spread holiday cheer with a pumpkin ravioli. The wine has a silky-smooth texture, with a nice entry into the mouth, all framed by soft tannins. This Valpolicella sees only a light appassimento and a partial ripasso in small barrels.

The Four Graces

2018 Willamette Valley

Pinot Noir

The 2017 was one of our top selling Pinot Noir this past year. They did it again with this 2018 vintage. Another beautifully balanced Pinot Noir at a tremendous value. Pleasant aromas of raspberry, Bing cherry and hints of earthy forest floor and chanterelle mushrooms mingle. Exudes bright red fruit flavors of cherry and cranberry complemented by a focused mid palate.
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Joey Tensley

2018 Central Coast

Fundamental White

92 Jeb Dunnuck

Another remarkable wine value from Joey Tensley!
From Jeb Dunnuck: A blend of Grenache Blanc, Roussanne, and Viognier brought up in neutral barrels and tank, the 2018 White Wine is a brilliant white that tastes like it cost three times the price. Honeyed citrus, tangerine, flowers, and brioche notes all emerge from the glass, and it's beautifully textured, layered, full-bodied, and balanced. It way over-delivers.
~Brian's TOP Pick~

By Tolaini

2013 Toscana

Cabernet Sauvignon

#26 on TOP 100, Wine Spec.

94 Wine Spectator

$35 elsewhere

We sold a bunch of this wine the last few weeks of 2019! It sold out and a few more cases are available at this amazing price!
From Wine Spectator: This is broad and incisive, delivering black currant, plum, leather, earth and wild herb flavors. Dense and beefy, yet with ample fruit for balance, driven by vibrant acidity. This is starting to mellow but still has years of life ahead.
Drink now through 2036.
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2018 Sonoma Coast



This wine draws from four Sonoma Coast Estate vineyard sites. Three of the vineyards (Catapult, Diamond Pile and Lazy M) are located in the cool and fog-shrouded area to the East of Petaluma. The fourth is located at the Five Sisters home ranch estate.
A combination of soil from volcanic to loam combined with the cool evenings and warm days provide ideal conditions for this ancient grape.
Rich and distinctive aromas of pears, apricots, orange blossoms and honeysuckle. Its blockbuster flavor and full-body mouth-feel make it an ideal match for spicy stir-fries, curried Thai dishes and grilled fish topped with fruit salsa.
~Mark's TOP Pick~


Fattoria di Basciano


Chianti Rufina

91 Wine Spectator

 A very delcious, inexpensive Chianti is always nice to have around the house for a casual Italian dinner. This is full, round and very easy-drinking!
From Wine Spectator: A vibrant core of black cherry, black currant, cedar and tobacco flavors is framed by refined, if dusty, tannins in this red. In need of a bit of polishing in the bottle. Shows fine length.
Drink now through 2025.
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