‘A Rina’ is predominantly Nerello Mascalese-based wine from the contradas of San Lorenzo, Feudo, and Calderara Sottana. This volcanic wine shows impressive delicacy and great structure. Made under certified organic farming practices, fermented naturally with indigenous yeasts, and only 2,500 cases produced annually.
For Pinot Noir and Nebbiolo lovers, Nerello Mascalese is an exciting find!
This Cab is grown on a west-facing slope, above the fog line, on the northern ridge of the Atlas Peak AVA. The palate is dense and complex, marked by a long and polished finish. All we can say is, there’s a reason this graces the wine list at the French Laundry.
Organic farming practices, unfined/unfiltered, vegan-friendly, and only 1,000 cases produced.
This aperitivo is made from organically-farmed Trebbiano di Soave and Garganega grapes, as well as local herbs from Lake Garda, Italy. No chemicals or artificial coloring are used.
This is an aperitivo (think Aperol) but unlike Aperol, is not an industrial, mass produced product.
HOW TO DRINK IT
Enjoy on the rocks, in a Spritz, negroni, or in a paloma with your favorite tequila or mezcal.
California sunshine in a glass! The palate is refreshing and bright with an added element of crushed stones and sweet grass on the finish. Sustainably farmed, minimal intervention, and only 1,500 cases produced.
Although the Santa Ynez Valley is better known for its Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, this tasty Sauvignon Blanc promises to give the region’s two more popular varieties a run for their money.
This makes for a great hostess gift!
Renowned French-born chef, Nicolas Vahe, believes that it should be easy to eat great, tasteful, and healthy food every single day. It’s his mission to develop delicious products based on his strong belief in raw ingredients and food of the highest quality.
This olive oil is great for vinaigrettes, marinades and sauces or alongside some bread and a little sea salt for dipping.
This Carneros Chardonnay is dry and medium-bodied, with just a touch of spice from the 10% being aged in neutral French oak barrels. The wine was made from organically-farmed fruit and only 2,500 cases were produced.
Aging in oak can add texture, weight, and a touch of sweet spice to both red and white wine. While new oak will amplify these characteristics, neutral oak will add more nuanced flavors to the wine.
This NSG bottling is a classic representation of Pinot Noir and depicts a very good expression of terroir. The wine shows an amazing balance and acidity. Although it’s drinking well now, this bottle will age gracefully over the next 10-20 years. Sustainably grown, native yeast fermentation, and bottled unfiltered.
Burgundy’s famed Côte de Nuits region gets its name from the town of Nuits-Saint-Georges.
The 2017 Anomaly Cabernet drills down on integrity and purity. This wine will continue to age beautifully over the next 10-20 years. Decant for an hour or two before enjoying. Produced using certified organic farming practices and only 1,000 cases made.
This isn’t one of Napa’s big names, yet this small producer flies under the radar and subtly graces the wine lists of the best restaurants in the nation including The French Laundry, PerSe and Rubicon. If you know, you know.
Cold climate Syrah – like Peay Syrah – is really something that pairs well with food. It is fruit-driven and muscular, however, its refreshing acidity and brightness gives the wine grace and elegance.
Certified organic farming practices, woman-winemaker, and less than 300 cases produced.
This medium-bodied Pinot is smooth, savory, and promises to satisfy a variety of palate preferences. The wine brings an immediate “level up” to your table without the added cost – when we say this is a household essential, we mean it. Produced from organic fruit and native yeasts.
Pinot Noir comprises just 20% of Sancerre’s vineyards, making this wine an extra special and unique Pinot pick.
Set of 6 (17.1oz)
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The 2018 Points West Pinot Noir is very complex and pronounced with medium tannins and a mineral-driven finish. Drink now or cellar for the next 5-10 years. Sustainably farmed and only 150 cases produced.
The Santa Maria Valley AVA spans 7,500 acres of vineyards and runs with an east-west orientation.
Winemaker, Paolo de Marchi AKA “Mr. Sangiovese” is one of Tuscany’s movers and shakers. This wine is 100% Sangiovese and shows beautiful balance. The wine is drinking well now, but will continue to develop with a little more time in bottle. Produced using organic farming practices.
Sangiovese and red sauce go hand in hand. Pizza night in, anyone?
This is a crisp orange wine perfect to pair with spicy foods, long summer days on the beach, lake, pool or…. well, anywhere.
Sustainable farming practices, native yeast fermentation, no additives, minimal sulfur, unfined and unfiltered, and vegan-friendly!
Love Chablis? Who doesn’t? This clear and fresh wine is noted with flavors that develop from fruit on the forefront, then move to a more earthy, chalky minerality on the finish. If you’re looking for a go-to cheese wine, this is it.
Looking to change a Chardonnay skeptic’s mind? Grab a bottle of Chablis and totally rock their world. Contrary to the oak-forward expressions that many associate with the variety, wines from Chablis are crisp, acid driven, and ultra refreshing.
Your everyday, go-to wine! The palate is lively, crisp, mineral-driven and pure, marked by a flinty finish. Produced using sustainable farming practices.
Petit Chablis wines can come from a larger growing area than those specified under the Chablis AOC. They are generally fresh, steel vinified, and meant to be consumed young.
This Chardonnay is a total babe. The wine’s vibrant nose leads to a zippy yet round and silky palate. In short, it’s an all-around crowd pelaser. Organic farming practices and only 90 cases produced.
Santa Barbara County is a large AVA within California that is best known for its Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Syrah.
Light, fresh, and boasting a balance of tart red fruit and earthy characteristics, this Pinot Noir is an ideal match for many meals… or simply enjoyable on its own. The wine was made from organic farming practices, native yeasts, and has a long, dry finish.
Pinot Noir has unofficially become the signature grape of Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Expressions from this region rival some of the Old World’s best (yes, Burgundy included!)
This Tempranillo-dominant wine is made with a touch of Garnacha, Graciano, Mazuelo, Viura, and Malvasía Riojana. It’s produced from 50+ year old bush vines and is aged for 12 months in neutral barrel. This is a very elegant example of a high quality Rioja! Sustainable farming practices and only 677 cases produced.
Winemaker Diego Magaña has been quoted saying that “this is probably my favorite of all the vintages I’ve made in Rioja so far.” We’d jump on it!
This cider comes from Newtown Pippin apples grown at Bear Valley Ranch. The cider is barrel fermented with native yeast and no additions. It is then aged for 12 months and then refermented with Sauvignon Blanc grapes from the Olivers Vineyard in the Edna Valley. Right before bottling, they added fresh Kafir lime leaves from some extra aromatics.
Expect an insanely refreshing and crisp cider – we just had to have it! The lime leaves leave a little bitter kick at the end that keeps you coming back for more.
This is a fun bottle of bubbles is made from 95% Gamay & 5% Grolleau from 100+ year old vines in France’s Loire Valley. It is round and soft on the palate with aromas of strawberries and raspberries. A truly delicious and unique wine from Jacky Blot! Produced using certified organic farming practices.
Pét-nat wines are made via the méthode ancestrale, which incorporates letting the wine finish its fermentation in bottle – which in turn, traps small levels of CO2 and creates a pleasantly refreshing fizz.
The summer sun dips low. You brush the salt from your skin after a long day of ocean swims and sandy beach towel naps. Now, your reward: you sink into your hammock with a Dos Topas in hand and let the cool, crisp taste wash over you. So tomorrow, when those warm sunshiny rays crest the mountain peaks, you’ll be ready for round dos.
TASTE BUDS: CRACKER, MAIZE, CRISP
Enjoy this beer with white chili! It’s bright and refreshing and will complement the vibrant acidic and herbaceous notes from fresh lime and cilantro. It will also enhance the creamy texture of the dish and keep your mouth cool if you decide to throw in some habaneros.
If you like Sancerre, try this! 100% Sauvignon Blanc from Quincy, a region located about 50 miles west of Sancerre in the Loire Valley. It is made from 50 to 80-year-old vines which contribute to the structure and complexity of flavor in this wine. It is bright and pure with a laser beam of citrus-driven acidity.
Produced from organically-farmed fruit and indigenous yeast fermentation by a woman winemaker.
Enjoy this wine with goat cheese, sushi, ceviche or this Cilantro Lime Chicken Salad!