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  • 2019 Hirsch ‘The Bohan-Dillon’ Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir

    David Hirsch created Bohan-Dillon Pinot Noir as a tribute to the great village-level wines of France. Hirsch deems this wine perfect for everyday drinking, yet notes that it also has the potential to age.

    Organic and biodynamic farming practices, native yeast fermentation, unfined, unfiltered, woman-winemaker!

  • 2019 Martinelli Russian River Valley ‘Vigneto di Evo’ Zinfandel

    This barrel-blend from Martinelli includes fruit from the iconic 135-year-old Jackass Hill vineyard as well as Vellutini, Lolita, and Giuseppe & Luisa. 2019 was a great vintage with a long growing season which adds power and depth of flavor.

    Certified sustainable farming practices, native yeast fermentation, unfined and unfiltered, & vegan-friendly!

  • 2016 Wonderland Project ‘White Queen’ Sonoma Chardonnay

    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.

  • 2017 Peay Vineyards ‘Les Titans’ Sonoma Coast Syrah (half-bottle)

    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.

  • 2018 Lúuma Sonoma Coast Chardonnay

    This wine is a lovely expression of Chardonnay from the cool Petaluma Gap on the Sonoma Coast. This Cali Chard is not overly oaky or buttery – on the contrary, it shows how bright and complex wines produced from Chardonnay—not muted by aggressive winemaking practices—can be.

    Perfect for the Chardonnay lover looking to try something a little different than the big, buttery Chardonnay’s they are used too. 

  • 2018 Cruse Wine Co ‘Monkey Jacket’ Red Blend

    Raspberry tart, sweet summer flowers, bramble fruit, and the slightest hint of grilled meats and cherry pie. Bright, crunchy acidity and a refreshing finish with just a bit of soft tannins. If a red wine can be thirst quenching, then this is it!

    Pair with grilled chicken or salmon, roasted veggies and potatoes.


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