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TOP 12 for August

Welcome to our August Top 12! As usual, a fun mix of wines from around the world that represent great bang for the buck. Browse through as there should be something for everyone in this tasty mix. In addition to these wines there are loads of new wines arriving each week.
Check our website or drop on by as the store is jam packed with the best wines at the lowest prices as always!
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Jonette, Mark, Brian, Kiel & Monique


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McPrice Myers

2018 Paso Robles



This continues the trend of high quality offerings we have come to expect from McPrice Meyers in their under $20 offerings. Incredible bang for the buck! Fresh baked mixed berry cobbler, Australian red licorice,macerated plums, pomegranate reduction. On the palate: Juicy, supple, cranberry orangerelish, grilled sage, chicory spiked café au lait. Enjoy with savory, warm-spiced dry rubbed braised pork belly.
~Matt's Top Pick~
Harvey & Harriet
By My Favorite Neighbor 

2018 Paso Robles

Cabernet Sauvignon

93-95 Jeb Dunnuck

 From Jeb Dunnuck: A powerful bouquet of ripe black fruits, tobacco leaf, smoked earth, dark chocolate, and Asian spice. Full-bodied, ripe, and incredibly sexy on the palate, it has hints of background oak, a rounded, opulent texture, no hard edges, and a great finish. It's one serious, pleasure-bent beauty. 



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Painted Wolf

2018 Swartland


Medium to full bodied with ripe boysenberry and mulberry, savory spice, milk chocolate and toasty wood flavors, leading to a nicely poised finish with a bright crisp finish.
Pinotage is one  the best wines in the world to pair with Mexican dishes like fajitas or that glorious confection of chicken, chocolate, cumin seeds, smoky ancho chilies, pumpkin and sesame seeds – mole poblano.


Cantina Kurtatsch

2018 Alto Adige


Was $18

Although it had nearly died out by the end of the 1970s, Lagrein has in the meantime conquered a constantly growing fan base.
The indigenous wine filled with character has its roots in Bolzano and is impressive with its velvety fullness and soft acidity. The noble, spicy tones are accompanied by fruity berries, fresh cherries, and violets. When aged in small oak casks, Lagrein unfolds its elegant, full-bodied presence.
~Mark's Top Pick~
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2016 Napa/Sonoma County

Cabernet Sauvignon

$24 and up elsewhere



At 40% OFF, this should be a must try on your next visit in the store or purchase from our website.
Round and full, this Cabernet Sauvignon has the tannins and structure one expects from this Bordeaux varietal while bringing immediate pleasure to the palate. Notes of ripe berry, cassis and a hint of cocoa are framed nicely by a touch of French oak for added harmony and balance.
This wine brings the best of both sides of the countyline to your table.



2019 South Africa


Sauvignon Blanc

91 Wine Advocate

$20 Elsewhere

Floral notes with a complex medley of tropical fruits, mingled with subtle lime and gooseberry undertones. The palate is balanced and rich, showing cut green apples with great minerality and texture.
Sophie te’Blanche, a nickname given by those including our workers, who can’t pronounce Sauvignon Blanc, is the inspiration behind this much loved wine, produced from grapes grown by dedicated farmers in Elgin and the Cape South Coast.
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2017 Napa Valley


89 Wine Advocate

$29 and up elsewhere

Take advantage of this special pricing as it may not last for long!
From Wine Advocate: The 2017 Chardonnay reveals bold notions of green mango, fresh Golden Delicious apples, waxed lemons and allspice with touches of almond croissant and cedar. Medium-bodied, the palate delivers a satiny texture and apple and spice flavors with soft acidity and a toasty finish

Raul Perez

2018 Bierzo


93+ Wine Advocate

From Wine Advocate: The truly impressive 2018 Ultreia Saint Jacques transcends its price category. The secret is to use very good grapes from very good vineyards. The wine is clean, precise and fresh, and the oak is super-subtle, almost unnoticeable. The palate reflects a fluid wine of pleasure, a red of thirst. This is the wine where they have invested more, and 2018 has to be the finest vintage to date.

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Trebbiano d'Abruzzo

The wine is pale straw in color, with aromas of almond, citrus and a hint of herbs. It is bone dry and finishes with a very attractive hint of apple-skin. This is a knockout everyday bottle of white wine, flavorful enough to stand up to a range of dishes but bright enough to make a good dry aperitif.
A fantastic wine for a warm summer night!

Domaine Dupeuble



The Dupeubles ferment their Beaujolais via carbonic maceration: whole, intact grape clusters are thrown into tanks and coated with carbon dioxide, setting off a chemical reaction wherein each berry essentially ferments from the inside out. The resulting wines have low levels of tannin and trademark aromas of juicy red fruit and spice, and can be gulped down effortlessly. This is what good Beaujolais is all about!
Imported by Kermit Lynch.
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Casa Silva

2018 Valle de Colchagua


90 Vinous


With grapes from the Los Lingues vineyard in the upper part of Colchagua in the Andes, Casa Silva ages this 2018 Carmenere in used barrels and stainless steel. An intense reddish violet in hue, it presents powerful fruity aromas of blackberry and raspberry jam amid cooler notes and a touch of cleansing mint. The aging process unites a lush, warm mouthfeel with polished tannins and decent body.


Condado de Haza

2016 Ribera del Duero


90 Wine Spectator

  Condado de Haza reflects the bold and brilliant winemaking style of Alejandro Fernández, unrivaled master of Spain's Tempranillo variety. Bottled after malolactic fermentation and 15 months in American oak, like Tinto Pesquera it can be enjoyed early yet will reward patient cellaring.
From Wine Spectator: Ripe cherry and red plum flavors mingle with leafy, loamy earth and vanilla notes in this harmonious red.
The dense texture is supported by well-integrated tannins and citrusy acidity keeps this lively. Drink now through 2028.
~Brian's Top Pick~
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