Retail Wine Club
2018 Viognier ~ Dalton Vineyards $26 $22.10
A delicate floral bouquet graces the nose and leads to flavors of grapefruit and lemongrass that will entice flavors of Thailand. The nuances of pears and a crisp green apple wets your palate for richly flavored cheeses.
2017 Pinot Noir ~ Santa Lucia Higlands $34 $28.90
Pinot Noir is often noted to be lighter in body than other red wines and have a lower tannin structure. Pinot Noir can vary depending on where the grapes are grown and of course the finesse of the Winemaker. Our Pinot has aromas of delicate red fruit with a slight hint of earthiness. On the palate you get bright red fruits (red plum & raspberry) and a good punch of acidity.
2017 Barbera ~ Amador County $32 $27.20
This wine starts with subtle fruits of dark berry and black cherry on the nose. with the first sip, the fruit awakens the palate, followed by a bright acidity that has long been associated with the true character of this classic Italian variety. The flavor doesn't stop there, however, as the long smooth finish is filled with hints of cedar and allspice making this well-balanced wine
the perfect pairing with just about any food.
2017 Clarissa's Cuvee ~ Calaveras County $32.00 $27.20
Whether you know the story about about Clarissa or not, this wine is sure to be a favorite. A beautiful blend of Barbera, Zinfandel & Petite Sirah. This is a wonderful sipping wine but also pairs beautifully with almost all menus. If you don't know the story, I'm sure you could get Jonathon to share his version;-)
2017 Zinfandel ~ Rock Wall Vineyard $38 $32.30
This medium-bodied Zinfandel has dark berry fruit flavors with accents of baked marion berry and currents. A fruit profile that lingers on the tongue and finished with cracked pepper.
GET SOME BEFORE JONATHON DRINKS IT ALL!!
2016 Merlot ~ Dragone Vineyards $30 $25.50
This Bordeaux Varietal is one of the grapes that we use to make our fan favorite Noble Cuvee. This wine offers subtle notes of stewed strawberries on the nose (think strawberry rhubarb pie). Dark cherries dance on your palate, finishing off with a medium plus tannin and a hint of warm vanilla. Finally a stand-alone Merlot!