CHAMPAGNE AND OLD WORLD SPARKLERS
#100 Nicolas Feuillatte, Brut, France NV – 24.00 a split (187ml)
Crisp and minerally with the right amount of berries.
#101 Segura Viudas, Brut Reserva, Spain, NV – 45/9.00 glass
A refreshing Cava with hints of toast and a vibrant, balanced finish.
#102 Canella, Prosecco, Brut, DOC, Italy, NV (ORGANIC) – 49.00
From a small family winery, using mostly biodynamic farming, the wine is kept in barrels
and not bottled until and wholesaler order comes in. Snappy acidity with apple and almonds flavors.
#103 Moet et Chandon, White Star, Imperial, , Champagne, France NV – 110.00
The Star!! Very smooth and silky with delicate nutty and dry fruit flavors. Charming and agreeable.
#104 Dom Perignon, Brut, Moet et Chandon, Epernay, France, 2004 – 405.00
This benchmark Champagne shows medium to full body and crisp acidity
balanced by a wealth of fruit and intensity.
#110 Schramsberg, Blanc de Blancs, 2012 (Half bottle, 375ml) – 57.00
Rich and delicious with caramel and soft fruit. Perfect starter.
#111 J Cuvee 20, Sonoma, (SUSTAINABLE) – 55.00
Graceful, lively and zesty with citrus, warm pear, toast, almond and a sweet hint of angel food cake.
#112 Domaine Carneros by Taittinger, Brut, 2010 (ORGANIC) – 60.00
This only Certified Organic sparkling wine in Cali was rated 92 by the Wine Spectator;
full of baked apple, raspberry and creamy lemon flavors.
DOMESTIC ALTERNATIVE WHITES (or food wines)
#115 Pine Ridge, Chenin Blanc/Viognier, California, 2015 – 34.00/8.50 glass
Floral and sweet on the nose, with aromas of pear, melon and a touch of grapefruit. Sweet
bright flavors of pear are offered with a supple texture and a slightly off-dry finish.
#116 Hapa Blanc, Keana, Santa Ynez Valley, California, 2013 (SUSTAINABLE) – 42.00
Mikel Sigouin, a Hawaiian winemaker came up with this blend of 60% Roussanne,
28% Grenache, 12% Riesling to match our local cuisine.
#117 Kungfu Girl, Riesling, Washington, 2014 (SUSTAINABLE) – 42.00
A dry Riesling from cult winemaker Charles Smith, very aromatic with tangerine, apricot,
wet stone and key lime, the perfect wine for our cuisine.
#118 Truchard, Roussanne, Carneros Napa Valley, California, 2014 – 44.00
A unique varietal originally from the Rhone Valley in the South of France, rich tropical aromas of honey,
pineapple and jasmine.
highlights of passion fruit, vanilla and apricot on the palate.
#119 Elk Cove, Pinot Gris, Willamette Valley, Oregon, 2015 (ORGANIC) – 44.00
From some of the oldest vineyards in Oregon, this winery focus is Pinot Gris and it shows!
Lemon, pineapple and grilled plantain flavors with notes of ginger and honeydew.
#120 Conundrum, Conundrum Wines, California, 2014 – 55.00
This unique blend pairs perfectly with our cuisine. Aromatic and floral with great acidity and structure.
Off dry and bursting with tropical fruit flavors.
IMPORTED ALTERNATIVE WHITES
#122 Graff, Graacher Himmelreich, Riesling, Spatlese, Germany, 2014 – 39.00
This off dry wine shows rich flavors of peaches, honeysuckle, a hint of spice,
and excellent acidity. Perfect for our cuisine!!
#123 Licia, Albarino, Rias Baixas, Spain, 2014 – 42.00
Tropical fruit flavors of citrus and kiwi, with good acidity and minerality.
#124 Selbach, Piesporter Goldtropfchen Riesling, Kabinett, Germany, 2015 – 44.00/11.oo glass
Off-dry and fruity with a crisp finish. An ideal wine for any of our spicy dishes.
#125 Manni Nossing, Muller-Thurgau, Alto Adige, Italy, 2014 (SUSTAINABLE) – 52.00/13.00 glass
Similar on a lot of ways to a dry Reisling, this varietal gives intense saline minerality, bright citrus, lime,
pear with a powerful finish, made for our cuisine!
#126 Livio Felluga, Pinot Grigio, Collio, D.O.C, Italy, 2013 (SUSTAINABLE) – 69.00
Not your typical mass produced Pinot Grigio, this wine is aged for close to a year before release,
rich in apricot, candied fruit and honey flavors with a smooth long finish.
#130 Triennes, Provence, French Riviera, 2015 (SUSTAINABLE) – 42.00/10.50 glass
From famous burgundy producers Dujac and DRC, this blend of Cinsault, Grenache, Syrah and Merlot
has flavors of wild strawberries and aromas of white flowers.
#131 Lucy, Pisoni Vineyards, Santa Lucia Highlands, California, 2014 – 48.00
Made by Gary Pisoni from Pinot Noir out of “Gary’s Vineyard”, this rose express the true essence of Pinot with fresh acidity,
aromas of tangerine and strawberry flavors.
SAUVIGNON and FUME BLANC
#134 Villa Maria, Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, N.Z. 2016 (SUSTAINABLE) – 40.00/10.00 glass
Bursting with a fruit-salad-bowl of flavors including ripe gooseberry, passion fruit, fresh citrus lime
and exotic herbaceous aromas.
Rated Top 100 by Wine Enthusiast Mag.
#135 Honig, Napa, California, 2015 (SUSTAINABLE) – 37.00
Perfectly balanced grapefruit and melon aromas with lime and mango flavors.
#136 Morgan, Monterey, California, 2014 – 40.00
A crisp, clean wine with lively melon flavors.
#137 Sancerre, Henri Bourgeois, Loire Valley, France 2015 – 56.00/14.00
Ripe tropical nose with apricot, citrus and white peach flavors giving a nice long finish for a Sauvignon Blanc.
#138 Chalk Hill, Sonoma, California, 2014 (SUSTAINABLE) – 60.00
A richer Sauvignon Blanc with lots of lush fruit and a touch of oak.
#139 Duckhorn, Napa, California, 2015 – 69.00
This delicious blend of Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon is complex and refreshing with just a touch of French oak treatment.
#140 Grgich Hills, Fume Blanc, Napa, California, 2012 (ORGANIC) – 81.00
Full of crisp fruit and herb flavors that linger a long time on the finish.
#141 Morgan, “Metallico”, Santa Lucia, California 2014 – 54.00/13.50 glass
This sustainable winery produces this perfect clean unoaked Chardonnay with a touch of richness, lemon and exotic touches.
#142 Silver, Mer Soleil, “Unoaked”, Santa Lucia Highlands, California 2014 – 58.00
A Caymus family Chard, from a single vineyard, fermented in cement vats with no oak contact,
green apple and tropical flavors.
NEW AND OLD WORLD CHARDONNAY
#143 La Terre, California – 36.00/9.00 glass
Fresh flavors of apple and pear.
#144 Glen Carlou, Paarl, South Africa, 2013 – 46.00
From Africa, a vibrant wine with apple, pear and fig flavors with a long, refreshing finish.
#145 Mer Soleil, Santa Lucia Highlands, California, 2014 – 60.00
Soft gold color. Richly perfumed nose with light notes of honeysuckle, truffle and buttery oak.
Full bodied, layered flavors of tropical fruit balanced by a bright acidity of sweet citrus.
#146 Talley Vineyards, Arroyo Grande Valley, California, 2013 (ORGANIC) – 64.00
Green apple, pear and spice flavors, full bodied with still a clean snappy finish.
#147 Rombauer, Carneros, Napa Valley, California, 2015 – 75.00/18.75 glass
A rich wine with layers of tropical fruit, peaches, pears, and hints of sweet oak tones. Also available in Magnum.
#149 Nickel & Nickel, Truchard Vineyard, Carneros, California, 2014 – 99.00
Ripe aromas of grilled pineapple, peach nectar and dark honey. Fat and juicy with a mix of peach, pear and apricot flavors.
A nice balance between rich tropical fruit and crisp acids.
#150 Failla, Fort Ross-Seaview, Sonoma Coast, California, 2014 – 102.00
From respected winemaker Ehren Jordan, dry farmed on steep rocky hills and fermented in concrete egg fermenters,
this Chardonnay has mouthwatering grapefruit zest aromas with tropical-fruit flavors and wet stone minerality.
#151 Cakebread Cellars, Napa Valley, California, 2013 – 105.00
Golden ripe apple, pear and citrus aromas with zesty mineral and spice tones.
#152 Kistler, Les Noisetiers, Sonoma Coast, California, 2013 – 165.00
Perfectly balanced, the core is packed with grilled citrus, a touch of lemongrass and
threaded with a vibrant acidity that reverberates across the palate.
#153 Evening Land, Seven Springs vineyard, Summum block, Oregon, 2010 – 198.00
Light, racy and aromatic, with depth, offering mineral notes of crushed wet stone before delivering beautifully restrained apple,
pineapple and citrus flavors that play against a lean, sinewy frame. The finish doesn’t quit. 217 cases made, rated 96 by W.S.
#154 Peter Michael, Belle Cote, Knights Valley, Sonoma, California, 2014 – 207.00
Highly regarded Chardonnay from mountain vineyards with flavors of orange peel, tangerine and marmalade,
ripe opulent wine but with great minerality.
Rated 98-100 by Robert Parker.
#160 Bourgogne, Frederic Magnien, Burgundy, 2014 – 50.00/12.50 glass
Wonderful perfume, pure fresh citrusy and pear Chardonnay flavors from
vineyards bordering Puligny-Montrachet.
#161 Vouvray, Marc Bredif, Loire Valley, 2014 – 51.00
Clean off dry Chenin Blanc with a perfumy nose and pure citrus, melon, and
apple fruit flavors. The perfect wine for Hawaiian Cuisine.
#162 Sancerre, Henri Bourgeois, Loire Valley, France 2014 – 56.00/14.00 glass
Ripe tropical nose with apricot, citrus and white peach flavors giving a nice long finish for a Sauvignon Blanc.
#163 Chablis, Jean Marc Brocard, AOC, 2014 (ORGANIC) – 69.00
A classic Chablis, crisp, lively and firm with stony notes.
#164 Meursault, Bouchard, ” Les Clous”, Burgundy, 2012 (SUSTAINABLE) – 139.00
A vibrant wine with subtle honey and citrus flavors and mineral overtones.
#165 Corton-Charlemagne, Bouchard, Grand Cru, Burgundy, 2009 (ORGANIC) – 387.00
Flavors of peach, grapefruit and oak spice through the finish, whiff of chalk dust along with vanilla notes.
NEW WORLD MERLOT
#168 Osso Anna, Napa Valley, 2013 – 42.00
From of very boutique winery, rich with blueberry and blackberry flavors.
#169 Paso Creek, Paso Robles, California, 2013 – 52.00/13.00
Bold flavors of blackberry, cherry and spice with firm tannins and sweet vanilla oak aroma.
#170 Frog’s Leap, Rutherford, Napa, 2014 (1st ORGANIC WINERY IN NAPA) – 108.00
Superb, jammy organic Merlot with a hint of the famous “Rutherford dust”.
#171 Twomey, Napa Valley, 2011 – 126.00
This wine from “Silver Oak Cellars” has a dark ruby color and a complex
nose of black cherry jam and dark chocolate.
NEW WORLD PINOT NOIR
#174 Cartlidge & Browne, North Coast, California, 2014 – 42.00
Vigorous and full flavored, aromas of cherry cider, plum jam, and spice cake
makes this wine one of the best wines he produced out of his vineyards.
#175 Lyric, Santa Barbara, California, 2014 – 50.00/12.50 glass
A new Santa Barbara project from acclaimed Pinot winery Etude, classic cherry, raspberry
flavors with spice, toasted almonds and silky round tannins.
#176 Meiomi, Monterey, Sonoma, Santa Barbara, California, 2015 – 60.00
A Pinot Noir from Caymus, the silky, full palate shows off rich pomegranate, bright red stone fruit.
#177 Solena, Willamette Valley, Oregon, 2014 – 63.00
Dark cherry, strawberry flavors, violet nose, roasted coffee creamy finish.
#178 Failla, Sonoma Coast, California 2014 – 64.00/16.00 glass
From some of the top vineyards by the coast, baking spice, wild sage, classic cherry coulis.
#179 Patz & Hall, Sonoma Coast, California 2013 – 78.00
Fresh ripe blackberry, wild raspberry, this is a full bodied, spicy firm Pinot with some rustic tannins.
#180 Ancien, Carneros, Napa Valley, California 2013 (SUSTAINABLE) – 80
Ken Bernards sources his grapes from the Toyon farm on the edge of Napa but still in Carneros;
a cold area due to the constant fog from the Bay area giving some rich fruit, round tannins, violet,
mix with strawberry, cherry and cranberry.
#181 Robert Sinskey Vineyards, Carneros, California, 2012 (ORGANIC) – 85.00
Complex and generous with cherry, mint and oak flavors.
#182 Bergstrom, “Le Pre du Col” Vineyard, Ribbon Ridge, Oregon, 2013 (BIODYNAMIC) – 149.00
The newest vineyard from the winery, supple and seductive, blueberry and cherry notes with a touch
of white pepper, very floral. #14 on TOP 100 Wine of the Year from WS, Rated 95.
#183 Kosta Browne, Gap’s Crown Vineyard, Sonoma Coast, California, 2012 – 279.00
The backbone of their Sonoma Coast Pinot which was awarded Wine of the Year by Wine Spectator in 2011,
aromas of wild flowers, , cherry and huckleberry, truffle and cherry chocolate flavors.
NEW WORLD CABERNET SAUVIGNON and blends
#190 La Terre, Spain – 36.00/9.00 glass
Deeply colored and loaded with black cherry aromas.
#191 Obsidian Ridge , Lake County, California, 2013 – 52.00/13.00 glass
Erupting in mouth filling blackberries, cassis, cherries, cola and chocolate, with anise and cinnamon.
#192 Amavi, Walla Walla, Washington, 2013 (SUSTAINABLE) – 72.00
Dark fruits and mint layers with notes of gravel and cedar, full flavors of black cherries and plums
with gentle tannins to support a supple powerful mouth feel.
#193 Hall, Napa Valley, California, 2013 (ORGANIC) – 78.00/19.50 glass
Napa all the way! Rich in body, flavors and tannins with flavors of cassis, black cherry and caramel.
#194 Antica, Napa Valley,California, 2012 – 82.00
From the most respected Italian family Antinori, this Atlas Peak Napa Cabernet blend offers delicious violet and
fresh berry scents with blueberry, red currant flavors and firm ripe tannins.
#195 Honig, Napa Valley, California, (SUSTAINABLE) 2013 – 84.00
Rich and supple with flavors of dark cherry toasty oak and cocoa. Known for its organic farming.
#196 Laird, Jillian’s Blend, Napa Valley, California, 2011 – 93.00
A Bordeaux blend with some Syrah as well, aromas of candied cherries and cranberries with rich
flavors of plum, red currant and roasted hazelnuts.
#197 Cliff Lede, Napa Valley, Stags Leap District, California, 2012 (SUSTAINABLE) – 155.00
Initial flavors of cherry deepen as fine tannins expand and unfold giving way
to a persimmon inspired finish that coats the mouth.
#198 Andrew Will, Champoux Vineyard, Horse Heaven Hills, Washington, 2011 – 160.00
A delicious blend of 11% Merlot adding red berries fruit flavors, 39% Cabernet franc for power and grace,
43% Cabernet Sauvignon for structure and tannins and 7% Petite Verdot for depth and color.
#199 Justin, Isosceles, Paso Robles, California, 2012 (ORGANIC) – 169.00
The flagship of this iconic winery, a blend of Cabernet, Merlot and Cabernet Franc. Full body with black cherry, black currant flavors, notes of baking spices, dark chocolate and coffee with fine tannins and a long flavorful finish.
#200 Silver Oak Cellars, Napa Valley, California, 2011 – 235.00
This wine displays aromas of cassis, coffee and chocolate with a long, fruit-filled finish.
Intense ripe tannins, this wine could last for decades!
#201 Diamond Creek, Gravelly Meadow, Napa Valley, California, 2010 – 298.00
Pleasantly earthy, with complex, fresh dried currant and herb notes, gaining on cedery edge,
showing touches of black olives and cigar boxes, very Bordeaux like.
97 points rating by Wine and Spirits magazine.
#202 Peter Michael, “Les Pavots”, Knights Valley, Sonoma, California, 2013 (ORGANIC) – 499.00
This is a complex Bordeaux blend with 69% Cabernet Sauvignon, 21% Cabernet Franc, 9% Merlot, 1% Petit Verdot.
This wine has amazing fruit intensity and a classic varietal profile.
#210 Barbera D’ Asti, Michele Chiarlo, Piedmont, 2012 – 49.00
This wine has a excellent balance between ripe fruit & acidity
with notes of roasted herbs, and flowers.
#211 Barolo, Castigliole, Vietti, Piedmont, 2012 – 109.00
Full bodied for a Borolo, intense aromas of dried roses and truffles with sweet red berries flowers.
#211 Gaja, Brunello di Montalcino, Sugarille Vineyard, 2006 – 465.00
Elegance, finesse and deeply layered nuances are this Brunello’s strongest suits. The aromas are tightly etched,
the mineral tones are exact and fine, the fruit is fleshy and cushioned by tones of moist tobacco and earth.
BLENDS, ALTERNATIVE REDS, ZINS and SYRAHS
#216 Terre Rouge, Syrah, Amador County, California, 2012 (ORGANIC) – 44.00/11.00 glass
Famous for it’s Syrah and Syrah blends, aromas of rasperry, smoky, olive, cinammon.
#217 Catena, Malbec, Vista Flores, Argentina, 2014 – 48.00/12.00 glass
Dark blackberry and plum fruit, muscular but refreshing.
#216 Castillo de Monseran, Garnacha, Carinana, Spain, 2009 – 48.00/12.00 glass
Chock full of red cherry and red plum fruit, with a touch of earth, cola and cocoa.
#217 Qupe, Syrah, Central Coast, California 2013 – 48.00
From a blend of the best vineyards from winemaker Bob Lindquist, this 100% syrah
offers a touch of spice, plenty of minerality with lots of red fruits without
being a fruit bomb, more like a French Northen Rhone.
#218 Frog’s Leap, Zinfandel, Napa, California 2014 (ORGANIC) – 52.00
Amazing bouquet, rich flavors of raspberry and mulberry with a touch of cinnamon,
white pepper and ripe tannins to give it character. Rated 94 by W&S.
#219 Turley Wine Cellars, Zinfandel, Old vines, California 2014 (ORGANIC) – 64.00/16.00 glass
Cherry aromas, wild berries flavors with a touch of black pepper spice.
#220 The Pundit, Syrah, Columbia Valley, Wa 2013 – 69.00
Ripe dark flavors, structured, core of plum and smoky tea, ripe tannins.
Top 100 in Wine Spectator 2015, rated 92, ranked #34
#220 Kaena, Hapa, Syrah blend, Santa Ynez Valley, California, 2009 (SUSTAINABLE) – 76.00
Made by Mikael Sigouin originally from Hawaii, a blend of 60% syrah, 30% grenache and 10% Mourvedre.
Dark cherry, rasperry and licorice notes, well balanced. Only 200 cases made.
#221 Storybook, Zinfandel, Eastern Exposures, Napa, California 2012 (ORGANIC) – 129.00
From East facing high elevation certified organic vineyards, raspberry, black cherries and spice are the essence
of this well balanced and elegant wine. Rated 94 by Wine & Spirits.
#222 Two Hands, Shiraz, Bella’s Garden, Barossa valley, Australia, 2012 – 159.00
Seamless, focused and powerful. Rich in cherry and plum fruit with a coffee accent.
TOP 100 Wine Spectator 2014, rated 95, ranked #16
BURGUNDY and COTES DU RHONE
#230 Cotes du Rhone, “Les Abeilles”, Jean Luc Colombo, 2013 (SUSTAINABLE) – 39.00
A former chef, Jean Luc blends Syrah, Grenache and Mouvedre bringing plum flavors, earth,
spices and provencal herbs.
#231 Coteaux Bourguignons, Roche de Bellene, Burgundy, 2013 (BIODYNAMIC) – 52.00/13.00 glass
A new appellation, Coteaux Bourguignons, was created to showcase the entire Burgundy region.
This wine features 20% Pinot Noir from the Cote D’Or Burgundy and 80% Gamay from Beaujolais
giving a fresh fruit forward but structured introduction to the region.
#232 Crozes-Hermitage, Domaine des Lises, Rhone Valley, 2014 (ORGANIC) – 69.00
Maxime, son of famous Syrah wine maker Alain Graillot focuses his organic farming on this small
12 acres lot of Syrah producing a concentrated blueberry, plum flavored wine with hints of dry herbs.
#233 Beaujolais Villages, Domaine Robert Denogent, 2013 (ORGANIC) – 72.00
This is a very balanced Gamay, a find from Kermit Lynch importer who only find organic and
boutique growers, light in color, spiced, bright cherry and good acidity.
#234 Pommard, Louis Latour, Cotes de Beaune, Burgundy, 2012 – 169.00
Deep ruby red in color, this wines nose opens up with raspberry and black fruits.
This is a robust and well balanced burgundy that contains nuances of leather and fine grained
#235 Chateauneuf du Pape, Chateau de Beaucastel, Southern Rhone, 2012 (BIODYNAMIC) – 229.00
The nose is very delicate and powerful at the same time, with red fruit, blackcurrants, blackberries, spices,
thyme and lavender. The bouquet is very elegant, rich and round, with figs, cherries, blackcurrants
and stewed fruit, all with great acidity. The tannins are present but very delicate.
#236 Richebourg, Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, Burgundy 2004 (ORGANIC) – 990.00
Phenomenal DRC bottling with deep pitched aromas of cassis, earth and truffle.
Fat and broad in the mouth with dusty tannins and rock character.
#239 Chateau Lyonnat, Lussac Saint-Emilion, 2010 – 69.00
Great fleshy mostly Merlot small Chateau wine with dark currant, fig, mocha and smoky notes.
#240 Chateau Les Trois Croix, Fronsac, 2008 – 85.00
A blend of mostly Merlot, from a former winemaker at Ch Mouton and Opus One, full of blackberry, plum, black olive notes, touch of leather and bittersweet ganache.
#241 Chateau Lassegue, Saint-Emilion, 2007 – 160.00
Lovely right bank blend of 68% Merlot, 25% Cabernet Franc and 7% Cabernet Sauvignon,
a bit more on the new world style.
#242 Chateau Talbot, Saint-Julien, Grand Cru, 2006 – 169.00
Classic Bordeaux blend, full bodied wine, with blackberry, dark chocolate
and mocha flavors and soft tannins
#243 Chateau Pichon Longueville Lalande, Pauillac, Grand Cru, 2006 – 349.00
A blend of mostly Cabernet and some Merlot, this Pichon is fleshy and velvety
with truffle notes, crème de cassis, smoke, earth and dark berries flavors.
#244 Chateau Lynch-Bages, Pauillac, Grand Cru, 2006 – 406.00
Mostly all Cabernet (80%) showing hints of cedar and mint with tons of black fruits,
very structured and muscular but with velvety tannins, could last another 50 years.
#245 Chateau Ducru-Beaucaillou, Saint-Julien, Grand Cru 2003 – 815.00
Rated 97 in Wine Spectator, this is the best and most powerful wine produced by
Ch. Ducru to date. Dark and oaky with cedar and mint notes, bright acidity,
black currant and blackberry flavors and velvety tannins.
#246 Château Lafite Rothschild, Pauillac, 2000 (SUSTAINABLE) – 2,800.00
Another 100 rating by W.S. and called the “best young Lafite ever made”,
this wine has classic cigar box aromas and an amazing texture of silky, ripe tannins.
#304 Pacific Rim, Vin de Glaciere, Riesling, ½ bottle, Columbia Valley, Wa 2012 (ORGANIC) – 38.00/9.50 glass
“Eiswein” style Riesling with hints of candied apricot, green tea and pineapple.
#305 Dolce, Late Harvest dessert wine from Far Niente, ½ bottle, Napa, Ca 2005 (SUSTAINABLE) – 69.00
A unique blend of Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc, with rich honey, pear and apricot flavors.
#310 Chardonnay, Landmark, Sonoma, 2012 (375ml) – 39.00
Complex with apple, pear and honeydew melon flavors, medium body finish.
#311 Sparkling, Schramsberg, Blanc de Blancs, Napa Valley, 2012 (375ml) – 57.00
Rich and delicious with caramel and soft fruit.
#312 Pinot Noir, Saintsbury, Carneros, 2012 (375ml) – 45.00
Soft cherry and perfumed nose.
#313 Cabernet Sauvignon, Hall, Napa Valley, California, 2011 (375ml) ORGANIC – 49.00
Fairly rich and concentrated with berry, mocha, espresso, cedar and ripe tannins,
one of the leaders in organic farming in Napa.
#320 Chardonnay, Mer Soleil, Santa Lucia Highlands, California, 2010 – 120.00
Soft gold color. richly perfumed nose with light notes of honeysuckle, truffle and buttery oak.
Full bodied, layered flavors of tropical fruit balanced by a bright acidity of sweet citrus.
#321 Chappellet, Signature Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, California, 2011 (ORGANIC) – 259.00
First winery to plant Cabernet on high elevation; the Pritchard Hill. Dark fruit profile of blackberry
and curant with earthy tones and a pleasant mocha finish.