Patton Valley Punchline

Patton Valley Vineyard has ample sun, cool breezes, and slopes to every aspect with a single soil type called Laurelwood. It's your basic paradise.

The Punchline Rosé is a wild, fun, and vibrant blend of Gamay and Chardonnay, quickly pressed giving it a delicate coral color. It's a dynamic, aromatic, and crisp wine. Fresh, [...]

Bluet – Wild Maine Blueberry Wines

BLUET
Maine Wild Blueberry Sparkling Wine

Thoreau called wild blueberries “bluets” and wrote of their “innocent ambrosial taste, as if made of the ether itself”. Bluet wild blueberry sparkling wine captures summer in Maine with the purity of a single ingredient: native Maine wild blueberries. Bluet Méthode Champenoise and Bluet Charmat Method are bubbly, dry wines with bright natural acidity and may be enjoyed as [...]

Picpoul – The Lip Stinger!

PICPOUL

“Picpoul or “lip-stinger” is known for its prickly acidity, but coupled with its alluring savoriness, it creates a remarkably balanced and delicious white wine. A wine you'll want to have on hand all summer long. Apart from being thirst-quenching and delicious it's also quite affordable and has a fun story. Choose from these bottles [...]

Iapetus New Releases!

Iapetus is more than the name of an ancient ocean that once covered the present-day Champlain Valley.  As a concept, it is the beginning of a story hundreds of millions of years old. It is as much about the past as it is about the future. Just as geology induces transition over time, Iapetus [...]

Buehler Cabernet Sauvignon

Dedicated to honesty, quality and family, Buehler Vineyards is a fourth generation vineyard and winery perched on a mountain top just east of St Helena in Napa Valley. Situated on three hundred acres this family has been farming Cabernet Sauvignon for more than four decades.

The Napa Valley Cab is brimming with fruit aromas and [...]

By |April 1st, 2021|News, What's New|0 Comments|

Patrick Noel Sancerre

Julie Noël is a rising star in the Loire Valley. She took over Domaine Patrick Noël from her father. Patrick is descended from more than three centuries of vignerons, all from the village of Chavignol. Historically, in the Noël family, the vines have always been transmitted from mothers to daughters. Patrick is an exception [...]

By |March 26th, 2021|News, What's New|0 Comments|

New Wines from Jamey Whetstone

Jamey moved out to Napa Valley from his home in South Carolina to manage Mustards Grill in 1996. Simply captivated by the community, lifestyle, and culture of wine country, he found himself quickly growing roots. By 1998, he had begun his winemaking education at Turley Wine Cellars where he would remain in his apprenticeship [...]

By |March 25th, 2021|News, What's New|0 Comments|

Rosé Sacks and Totes!

Spring wines in a portable package!

French Pool Tote 1.5L
Grenache based rosé that can go anywhere glass isn't an option. A bright, fruity rosé is perfect to take anywhere! Bright red fruits and citrus pop!

VRAC Sac Rosé 3L
Cinsault, Grenache, and Tibouren, a Provencal-style rosé. Notes of lavender, wild strawberry and citrus. Bright and refreshing.

By |March 25th, 2021|News, Wine Features|0 Comments|

A Bit of Effervescence!

It's starting to feel like spring ...

I think we all need some bubbles to brighten our day, well at least some “Prickly Wine".

Avinyo Petillant Blanc

The Esteve Nadal family of Avinyonet del Penedès produces the Avinyó brand. The winery is located at their home “Can Fontanals” in the heart of the Penedès region of Barcelona.
The [...]

“Italian Beaujolais”

Happy Wednesday ...

I’m dubbing this wine “Italian Beaujolais”. Light, Fresh, and Fruity! Put a chill on it and take it to the Beach, as they do in Sardegna!!

Monica is an indigenous grape variety from Sardegna (possibly with Spanish origins). The vineyards of Cardedu (car-DAY-do) are in the area of Ogliastra, the most mountainous and [...]

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