France


Domaine de Cristia Grenache Domaine de Cristia Grenache $9.00

One of the secrets to finding good tasting affordable wine is to look at Europe's prize offerings and then look to wines they make that don't fit the famous region's rules. You can buy Cristia's Chateau Neuf du Pape for a special occasion but what about just for dinner tonight?? Then you grab their Grenache for $9!



Chateau Haut Rian Chateau Haut Rian $11.00

Classic White Bordeaux with lovely, bright, tangerine grapefruit notes. Pretty Sav Blanc acidity with Semillon body. Gorgeous with seafood, especially cooked in butter sauce. How are this affordable when their red brethren are so pricey?



Andre Brunel Grenache Andre Brunel Grenache $11.00

We've found that many of the rock star wine makers in France own property outside of traditional AOC regions. While they can't charge big dollars, they can't help but make good wine. This is a good example, being a IGP Vaucluse with about all Grenache from the southern Rhone. Pretty black raspberry, fennel, and a little smoky tobacco showing on the nose. Soft fruit jumps out on the palate and its very drinkable. Buy two because they are great patio pounders.



Mas Carlot Rose Mas Carlot Rose $11.00

Nathalie Blanc-Marès crafts this lovely, mouthwatering rose from the Southern Rhone that is a classic blend of 50% Grenache, 40% Syrah and 10% Mourvedre. It's medium-bodied, with pretty cherry, herb and stone. Another crazy good deal!



Domaine de Pouy Domaine de Pouy $11.00

Wow, soft pear and apple flavors in the nose then an explosion of bright acidity that tickle the tongue. I always have a couple of these in the fridge, maybe the most affordable crowd pleaser we have. Think Viognier mixed with Gruner touched with Sav Blanc.



Veuve du Vernay Veuve du Vernay $12.00

French bubbly on the affordable side. How good can it be for this price? Prepare for a nice surprise. Lovely strawberry nose, toasty, creamy, floral flavors with a hint of white pepper and rose petals, and a long, dry finish.



Montmartre Rose Sec Montmartre Rose Sec $12.00

What a sexy little creature! Named after the bohemian community of painters, poets, musicians and dance-hall performers in Paris. No pretense here just fresh and lively cranberry and raspberry on the palate, clean finish and incredible value.



Haut Pougnan Bordeaux Haut Pougnan Bordeaux $12.00

From out at the edge of Bordeaux in Entres du Mers comes this straightforward, value blend. A bit lighter than most with good acid structure and ample fruit. A great wine to have around, looks like you spent big bucks but we won't tell a soul!



Leon Perdigal Cote du Rhone Leon Perdigal Cote du Rhone $12.00

With a ruby red robe, this wine features a bouquet of red berries with hints of pepper and garrigue herbs. On the palette, the red fruit flavors carry over with spicy, well integrated tannins on a medium body.



Lavender Row Pinot Noir Lavender Row Pinot Noir $12.00

While French Burgundy may be the highest echelon of this grape, the warm and rugged south of France has a climate similar to CA and can make easy drinking affordable Pinots too. This affordable French beauty offers notes of toasted oak, rhubarb, strawberry, red flowers and crushed stone. But the nose! It truly explodes with the lavender that is grown all around the vines.



Domaine de Nizas Domaine de Nizas $13.00

A lovely rich blend with nice body as well. Bouquet is intense (Viognier) with aromas of citrus, rosemary honey, white peach and fennel. On the palate it's well-balanced, clean and crisp. The Rousanne sees a touch of oak but its very subtle. A great wine with chicken, white meats or fish, grilled but also great with an herby cream sauce.



Le Grand Noir Chardonnay Le Grand Noir Chardonnay $13.00

A lovely blend from the south west of France. The Viognier brings a bright flower and apricot to the nose, a bit of French and American oak to bring some depth. Very well balanced, crisp and just a very good white at a great price. No its not Burgundy, no its not California, its a lovely blend of both styles.



Chateau Petit Thouars Touraine Cab Franc Chateau Petit Thouars Touraine Cab Franc $13.00

100% Cabernet Franc from the Loire Valley, France, this little gem is juicy and very drinkable especially with our brie and chevre cheeses. Hints of herbs and red fruits and purple flowers. Enjoy!!



Treize Vents Picpoul de Pinet Treize Vents Picpoul de Pinet $14.00

This wine isn't just fun to say, it's incredibly delicious too! Full bodied, with flavors of grapefruit, melon, and citrus. This wine has mouth watering acidity, and a minerality that is reminiscent of the Mediterranean that the vines grew along. This is sure to become your new favorite white!



Chapoutier Ciboise Luberon Blanc Chapoutier Ciboise Luberon Blanc $14.00

From vineyards dating back to Roman times, comes this rich and full bodied blend from the lower Rhone Valley. Lovely floral and citrus nose, bold flavors of stone fruit, peach, pear and lime zest. These overlooked wines can stand up to about anything.



Bastide de Beauvert Cotes du Rhone Bastide de Beauvert Cotes du Rhone $14.00

More of a robust Southern Rhone wine than you’d expect -- this 70% Grenache 30% Syrah Cotes du Rhone has notes of leather, red fruit, and spice on the nose. The taste is similar to the aroma with a little aftertaste of plum, violets, and nutmeg. A unique wine to try out!



Atlantique Sauvignon Blanc Atlantique Sauvignon Blanc $14.00

From the new Atlantique IGP and downstream for Sauvignon Blanc's most famous region comes this little crowd pleaser. Bright and vibrant but without the abrasive intensity found in the NZ style. Just a great drinker with light stonefruit, light hay and a touch of salinity.



Dom Faillenc St Marie L'Ange d'Oc Dom Faillenc St Marie L'Ange d'Oc $14.00

How to explain this wine?? A style that's not allowed, a grape that's illegal in the D'Oc AOC, but really interesting and delicious. Heavy maceration, slight oxidation on Langedoc Sav Blanc. Love the sticker saying NOT IGP classification! Big acid, big body, big flavors of tangy apricot.



Pique Poul Rose Pique Poul Rose $14.00

Only 100 ha left of this crazy dark mutation of Picuepoul. Just five hours skin contact to pull a little color then fermented in cool temps and left on the lees for a couple days. Just a lovely treat and only here for a little while! Classic watermelon, rose petal flavors and gorgeous dry acidity.



Croix de Mouchet Croix de Mouchet $15.00

A beautiful right bank Bordeaux, sure to please. Aromas of red fruits, plums and earthy notes from the terroir, followed by a vanilla and spice from oak aging. Grippy tannins and decent acid, this St. Emilion is sure to please the French wine lover in you.





La Croix Belle La Croix Belle $15.00

All Syrah from the up and coming Languedoc. Nice baked, black cherry with warm granite show on the nose with summer flowers and a bit of meaty character. Palate has some spice and is a touch rustic but that adds to the charm. Definitely miles away from Yellowtail Shiraz!



Dom des Schistes Illico Rose Dom des Schistes Illico Rose $15.00

Syrah, Grenache, and Vermentino make up this lovely Rose from the Languedoc in France. Mountain winds blowing off the Pyrenees dehydrate the grapes slightly, intensifying the flavors of watermelon, bubblegum, and wet stone. Completely Organic, this medium body, medium acid wine makes for a great patio sipper!



Mission La Caminade Cahors Mission La Caminade Cahors $15.50

Malbec's home is France, and the difference in elevation and the cooler climate make for a different take on this varietal. With black cherry, blackberry, and black pepper flavors, it's leaner, meaner and enjoys an hour to open up before drinking. If you love Malbec, you owe it to yourself to try a Cahors. With 15% Merlot as well.



Saint Hilaire Blanquette di Limoux Saint Hilaire Blanquette di Limoux $16.00

Sparkling wine that predates Champagne by at least 150 years! Light, crisp and fruity, if you like Champagne give this a try for a bargain, you wont regret it.



KuentzBas Alsace Blanc KuentzBas Alsace Blanc $16.00

From a small 5 acre plot at one of the highest vineyards in Alsace comes this magical blend of lesser knows. There's almost too much happening on the nose with rich floral and mineral tones. Not sweet, not dry, it's got the pedigree of a grand cru in an approachable style and price. It's not like anything else and probably why Julie Andrews was really singing and spinning in these mountain fields.



Camin Larredya Juracon Sec Camin Larredya Juracon Sec $16.00

Wines from the steep slopes here at the eastern end of Jurançon have a cool, mineral quality to them and age extremely well. These dry versions bring bright crisp flavors of apple and pear with a body building, grape skin character. A unique wine from the slopes of the Pyrenees.



Delas Freres Croze Hermitage Delas Freres Croze Hermitage $17.00

Nice meaty Syrah dominates but well balanced with spice, blackberry and some herbal notes. A bit of violet shows from the 10% Grenache. Good structure, nice clean peppery finish in an easy drinking wine that pairs with just about anything!



Bourgueil Chanteleuserie Rose Bourgueil Chanteleuserie Rose $17.00

Domaine de la Chanteleuserie translates to "place where the larks sing". This is the land of Cabernet Franc and Bourgueil is among the most age-worthy of the Loire Valley reds, and the wines from Domaine de la Chanteleuserie are no exception. This wine is lovely and vibrant, with fresh red fruit flavors and a clean finish. A perfect Vino for your sunny afternoons on the patio!



Baudouin Anjou La Fresnaye Baudouin Anjou La Fresnaye $17.00

A lovely organic Loire Valley Cab Franc. Not far from Chinon this wine is aged in older Burgundy barrels on fine lees. Settling in tank for a few months before bottling in early summer. An expression of clean and pure fruit.



Cleebourg Muscat Cleebourg Muscat $17.00

In our never-ending quest to expand yours and our own palates, we discovered this delicious Muscat done dry. Yes this is the same Moscato from Asti done in a still Alsatian style. Gorgeous floral depth and dimension on the nose, medium bodied with lychee and ripe honey crisp apple flavors. Bright with a clean finish, the absolute best wine with spicy Thai or Chinese food.







Perrusset Macon Villages Perrusset Macon Villages $18.00

Just a few miles from the town of Chardonnay, Henri works 10 acres of 20 year old vines struggling on rocky limestone soils. Time on the lees but next to no oak means creamy but pure fruit. Ripe apple mixes with lemon zest and stony minerality. White Burgundy at this price??



Willm Cremant d'Alsace Rose Willm Cremant d'Alsace Rose $18.00

We love Pinot Noir based bubbles, and to find one under $20 is all the better. A bit crisper than the Lucien Albrecht with gorgeous light and crisp raspberry and strawberry flavors. Classic baked brioche nose. Why spend 4 times as much on Champagne when Alsace does it like this!



Clerotstein Cremant Alsace Clerotstein Cremant Alsace $18.00

What a lovely surprise! Bright candied, key lime acidity with light, crisp body and lovely finish. The Alsatians must drink all these themselves as we've never seen one before. Grab some while you can!





Nicolas Sauternes Nicolas Sauternes $18.00

An affordable Sauternes?? For any fan of ice wine or dessert wines, Sauternes is the gold standard. Snuggle up with this after dinner to revel in its rich honeysuckle, stone fruit aromas and intense baked peach and honey flavors. Lovely balance of sweetness with acidity, concentration with freshness, and power with elegance.



Le Grande Fricambault Sancerre Le Grande Fricambault Sancerre $18.00

An ultimate food-friendly patio wine. Gorgeous light salmon pink with a stony faint cherry nose supported by dried strawberries and sage. Dry on the palate, with a brisk tart finish, from plenty of luscious acidity. Drink with roast chicken, or almost anything else other than red meat. Even salads and spicy apps.



Domaine Dupeuble Beaujolais Domaine Dupeuble Beaujolais $18.50

A wonderful, juicy, fruity and earthy Gamay from the southern part of Burgundy, France. Smooth cherries and black berries dominate as well as a little mushroom and earth, great for a soft drinking red.



Romain Chamiot Apremont Romain Chamiot Apremont $19.00

High in the French alps is the region of Savoie, remnants of the kingdom of Savoy. In these mountain valleys they craft crisp and clean whites made for hearty fare. Show up the next wine geek you meet by telling them how lovely the last “jacquere” you had was! Lovely pear and stone flavor with lemon rind finish



Chateau la Grolet Chateau la Grolet $19.00

Lovely red Merlot fruits combine seamlessly with the elegance of the Cabernet to create a silky Bordeaux with soft tannins and hints of cocoa, leather and a kiss of cedar. Enjoy now or in five years its up to you.



Domaine de Fondreche Fayard Domaine de Fondreche Fayard $19.00

Perhaps the best value region in all of the Rhone Valley for red wine, if this was in Chateaunuef-du-Pape it would be well over 150, not so in Cotes du Ventoux. Smooth cherries and round black fruits dominate the nose and palate with a lingering finish.



Plan Pegau Plan Pegau $19.00

A wild blend from 4 grapes and 3 different vintages! This rich, meaty red captures the essence of the Southern Rhone Valley, with layers of red and dark fruit character, soft supple tannins, and complex spice notes from extended aging in small oak barrels.



May George Cremant de Loire May George Cremant de Loire $19.00

Truly a gorgeous Cremant. Almost all Chenin, there's faint whispers of frangipani, peach, and honeysuckle nestled in the limestone and baking bread aromas. Bracing acidity, clean finish, one of the best we've found. As good as any Vouvray Brut at half the price!



La Champine La Champine $21.00

Condrieu is one of those wines that can break your heart and your wallet forever. Unlike any other white wine, Viognier in the Northern Rhone takes on magical ethereal yet contradictory character. Tastes acidic but it isn't, seems like it should be better with age but it dies quickly, fleshy weighty body but so delicate, and on we go. Viognier from the US tends to have the character of canned pear juice, and even Southern Rhone versions lack much depth. But it turns out surrounding Grillet and Condrieu is the Collines Rhondaniennes where Viognier can now be had at a fraction of the price as its famous neighbors. No its not Condrieu but its close enough to still break your heart while leaving your wallet intact.



Chateau Soucherie Anjou Blanc Chateau Soucherie Anjou Blanc $22.00

A refreshing white wine, with scents of exotic sweet fruits and white flowers. Not to be missed with any of our goat or brie cheeses. Delicate with a blanket of peach, orange peel and nectarine on the palate.



Savary Chablis 2014 Savary Chablis 2014 $23.00

Chardonnay in possibly its purest form. A touch of neutral oak and bracing acidity shows the ideal balance that great Chablis can offer between the butteriness of Chardonnay and pure intense stony acid. Thanks to a great year its drinking beautifully now.



Chateau Raymond Lafon Sauternes Chateau Raymond Lafon Sauternes $23.00

One of the top producers at a great bargain. We committed to buying this a year ago to get this price and weren’t disappointed. Lemon peel, almond, coconut, mango, quince with refreshing acidity and just a hint of tannic grip.



Aperol Aperol $24.00

The name says it all: Aperol is the perfect aperitif. Bright orange in colour, it has a unique taste, thanks to the secret recipe, which has never been changed, with infusions of selected ingredients including bitter and sweet oranges and many other herbs (including rhubarb) and roots in perfect proportions.



Jacques Girardin Santenay Beauregard 1er cru 375 Jacques Girardin Santenay Beauregard 1er cru 375 $24.00

A sexy, seductive Pinot Noir with a knockout bouquet of rose petal, violet and Asian spices, this Premier Cru from Jacques Girardin is nothing short of enthralling. It comes across as delicate, yet complex, a libation fit for discerning company. Elegance and breed characterize this special wine that is both refined and oozing with flavor. Fresh juicy strawberry and hauntingly beautiful forest floor flavors fill the mouth and imbue the palate with pure pleasure. This sensual red starts out beautiful and ends up drop dead gorgeous with a soft, satisfying glow.



Laronde Desormes Laronde Desormes $25.00

From a stellar year in Bordeaux, this is classic styled but with a bit more rich and dark fruit showing big blackberry and plum aromas and flavors. Over a year in new oak helps with a firm structure and almost chewy texture. Nice wet stone and clay minerality too.



Champalou Vouvray Brut Champalou Vouvray Brut $25.00

Lovely gold with copious, tiny bubbles. The Chenin shows subtle aromas of orange zest, lemon zest, dried pear and a little floral honeysuckle. A sip brings a punch of lively apple, pear and light orange with faint honey and fennel. The finish leaves you pondering the wines many dimensions. Better with a wider range of food than Champagne at a better price for certain!



Clos Troteligotte, K Lys Clos Troteligotte, K Lys $26.00

Spicy aromas and flavors of plums, violets, and blackberry with focused mineral notes, rich texture and sturdy tannins. The iron chunks scattered atop this vineyard are so pure you could sell them to a smelter. Emmanuel farms organically with ease (he is above the fog line and therefore has no issues with mildew). Rows are plowed by horse. A remarkable and memorable Malbec.



Pabiot Pouilly Fume Pabiot Pouilly Fume $26.00

An organic class act from Pouilly Fume. Five months on the lees and aged in stainless steel, there is nothing interfering with the flint and limestone soil and the beautiful and linear sharpness of the fruit. A dangerously addictive wine that will haunt you until you break down and buy it again.



Jacques Girardin Bourgogne Jacques Girardin Bourgogne $27.00

The Girardin family have been tending vines in Santenay for 450 years. 15 months in oak and though young and quite structured with a robust tannic backbone, it’s more feminine on the nose than expected. On its way to being an truly epic Burgundy, it’s still gorgeous today in all its young muscularity.



Bitouzet Prieur Bourgogne Bitouzet Prieur Bourgogne $28.00

Just across from where their Premier Cru Volnay are grown, these Pinot Noir vines were planted in the 60's and 70's and are amazing bang for the buck. Nice dark cherry flavors with lovely earthy mushroom notes. From a great producer comes great wines even if they don't have the fancy name.



Dom Thenard Clos St. Pierre 1er Cru Givry Dom Thenard Clos St. Pierre 1er Cru Givry $28.00

Givry is further south but at a higher elevation bringing ripe fruit with solid acid backbone. The Clos Saint-Pierre is a monopole of the domaine and it is the highest on the hill - it has eastern exposure and a red soil, it normally gives the most tannins of the three cuvees and is the most age-worthy.



Champalou Fondreaux Vouvray Champalou Fondreaux Vouvray $28.00

The best producer and his best cuvee, if you are going to do Vouvray you might as well do it right. Soft and slightly sweet melon, citrus and peach. Elegant and supple with haunting flavors and not overly sweet. Find out what Chenin Blanc can taste like.





Dom Jaeger-Defaix Rully 1er Cru Clos Chapitre Dom Jaeger-Defaix Rully 1er Cru Clos Chapitre $32.00

Organic and perfectly balanced. While the Challonaise is a bit warmer, this 1er Cru is higher elevation and responsible for one of the best values in premiers. A year and a half in oak from just a couple acres.



Lucien Barrot Chateauneuf-du-Pape Lucien Barrot Chateauneuf-du-Pape $32.00

The Barrot family produces pure, unpretentious, classically-styled Chateauneuf-du-Pape from their 40 acres of vines scattered throughout 28 different parcels. This abundance of tiny plots helps protect against hail. Winemaking here is very straightforward and unfussy: no de-stemming of the grapes; fermentation of all varietals together; long, slow macerations; long aging in large, old foudres; bottling without fining or filtration.



Cheveau Pouilly Fuisse Cheveau Pouilly Fuisse $33.00

A beautiful, creamy, lush and rich white burgundy. A palate of finesse and character with hints of apricots, fresh Anjou pears and peaches. The nose could last for days, even if the wine itself does not, a joyous addition from Pouilly-Fuisse.



Parigot Savigny les Beaune Parigot Savigny les Beaune $34.00

More affordable and a perfect entry point into the magic of Burgundy. A easy drinker with a intense bouquet of both red and dark cherry with supporting of spice and minerality. Seductive and ripe, juicy Pinot Noir fruit but with elegance, complexity and finesse. From a stellar vintage we stole this gorgeous single vineyard 1er Cru for you. Just hide one til 2021 and then hear the angels sing.



Robert Moncuit Grand Cru Champagne Robert Moncuit Grand Cru Champagne $42.00

Grower Champagne done remarkably well. This father son make a number of premier and grand crus and this tastes as good as any. Hints of melon, zesty peach, and an unusual touch of woodsy oak on the nose. Really pretty and intense flavors, especially the peach flavors. Truly gorgeous and one of my absolute favorites.



Gaillard Cornas Gaillard Cornas $43.00

From 2 acres of south facing granite laden hillside. Elegant and a bit subtle but very soft and pretty. Lighter than many other syrahs and very drinkable already. Nice hint of fat but mostly soft violets with just a little grip



Quarts des Chaume Quarts des Chaume $44.00

From steep terraced vineyards along the Loire valley where Botrytis occurs naturally in the best of years. A unique and amazing blend of sweet and bright clean acid. Just a stunner.



Clos de Moulin aux Moines Auxey-Duresses Clos de Moulin aux Moines Auxey-Duresses $45.00

These near 70 year old vines are in the highest and steepest corner of the vineyard, where only a very meagre layer of soil covers the bedrock. Only 6,000 bottles produced. Hand-harvested and 18 months in oak, about 20% of which is new. The wines is delightfully aromatic, complex and concentrated, with flavous of black fruit and kirsch, plush texture and well-integrated tannins.



Parigot Volnay Parigot Volnay $46.00

Volnay is between Pommard and Meursault and often produces the best reds of the Cote de Beaune. Structured and silky, with elegance and plenty of delicious Pinot Noir fruit, black cherries, soft forest leaves, a wisp of tannic structure and lively acid. Don't touch this unless you're prepared to have your heart and palate stolen. How this is the same grape as Meomi I'll never know...



Domaine Bois de Boursan CDP Blanc Domaine Bois de Boursan CDP Blanc $48.00

One of the finest, and often most forgotten about, white wine regions in the world. If you like california chardonnay or white burgundies then you will love this wine. Apricots, asian pears, lychee fruit and creamy goodness.



Maltroye Chassagne Montrachet Maltroye Chassagne Montrachet $58.00

Gorgeous, quintessential white Burgundy. When you love Chard, this is its original home and possibly its finest example. Perfect crisp tropical notes, balances with white peach and soft buttery oak as a supporting player, not dominant. Finishes for a long time but never long enough.



Grantet-Pansiot Gevrey-Chambertin 2011 Grantet-Pansiot Gevrey-Chambertin 2011 $59.00

From one of the most famous Burgundy appellations. One of my favorite wine quotes goes " I can't remember the place, and I can't remember the girl.... but the wine was Chambertin." Dark ripe nose of berry still surrounded with pungent Gevrey earth tones. Powerful now, give it a few years to show off its subtleties.



Charles Heidsieck Brut Reserve Charles Heidsieck Brut Reserve $64.00

Full-bodied and intensely flavored, this exhibits mature characteristics of candied fruit, coffee with amazing almond and vanilla pastry. Lovely, sexy with fresh lemon and ginger nuance.. Seamless harmony and texture, with a long, long, long finish.



Gonet 2004 Grand Cru Champagne Gonet 2004 Grand Cru Champagne $77.00

You can have a toast two ways with this beauty! Toasted bread with honey and green apple on the nose leading into some great acid with mousse and hazelnuts in the mouth to round it out. This 2004 Champagne Prestige Brut Nature is ready to drink today!



Orchard Wine Cellar Movers and Shakers This Week

  • Bonavita Red

    #1 Bonavita Red

    Made from four grapes harvested later than usual to achieve a greater ripeness and smoothness. A deep and inky wine, with ripe plum and blackcurrant aromas. Nice ripe fig and cherry with chocolate and licorice flavors. Just enough oak to give it some backbone.
    (Holding the #1 spot)

  • Sweet Sunset Chocolate Merlot

    #2 Sweet Sunset Chocolate Merlot

    First lets say that this is Not ChocoVine. This wine is actually made with eighty five percent Merlot and than has natural chocolate cream added to the mix. This is the wine for anyone looking for sweet red or the chocolate lover at home. Great gift for the holidays. (behind by 3 bottles)

  • Tintero Moscato

    #3 Tintero Moscato

    Sori Gramella refers to the one of the only single vineyard Moscatos, and Marco is the only producer to bottle this striking limestone amphitheater commercially. Once the 30 year old vines give up their bounty, and the grapes are harvested and pressed, they are kept in stainless steel at a low temperature to prevent fermentation until an order is received in order to provide the freshest wine possible. (behind by 9 bottles)

  • Gran Passione

    #4 Gran Passione

    From the land of Amarone comes a delicious Merlot based blend. To perfectly ripe Merlot (60%) is added juice from dried Corvina grapes ala Amarone. Rich, deep and smooth, this is a remarkable Merlot that may just change your Merlot worldview! (behind by 7 bottles)

Fun New Arrivals

  • Gotes del Priorat

    Gotes del Priorat

    A slightly different and wonderful lighter take on Priorat. The gorgeous blue slate show immediately on the nose, Carignan is there but with richness and elegance. Really pretty and an homage to the fruit. Gorgeous leather and blue black fruit flavors with spice and soft leather. Organic, hand picked and just 9 months in French, this really is a lovely wine!

  • A.D. Laws Four Grain Straight Bourbon

    A.D. Laws Four Grain Straight Bourbon

    This four grain whiskey uses a blend of rye, wheat and barley sourced from the Colorado Malting Company, and corn from Briess Malting in Wisconsin - encompassing the "mother grains" of bourbon. The whiskey ages about 3 years, all year round to capture the seasonal nuances from the ever-changing Colorado mountain air, in new, 53 gallon charred oak barrels source from Independent Stave Company.

  • Broc Carignan

    Broc Carignan

    From 130+ yr old vines, and on original rootstock comes this remarkable Carignan. All native yeasts, no SO2 used during production means pure bright flavors of tart cherry, blueberry and unmistakeable juicy tang from carbonic maceration. Why spend $34 on wine.com?

  • Obsidian Cab

    Obsidian Cab

    A wonderful classic CA Cab with solid structure from the altitude and Hungarian oak. Reserved and dark on the nose with aromas of blackberries, hints of black licorice and coffee. Really nice and elegant. Touch on the masculine side with no jammy, jelly jar junk here. Wonderfully different.