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- 14.99

Bailando

2010 Bonarda, Famatina Valley, Argentina

Rich deep red in color, this lovely wine shows a nose of vibrant plum and crushed black cherries with flower nuances and subtle vanilla. An abundance of juicy fruit on the palate is impeccably balanced with perfectly integrated oak and fine tannins.

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Woodvale Estates

2010 Merlot, California

The mellow, easy-going style of this classic California Merlot will satisfy a number of palates. Brilliant garnet color with aromas of vanilla and a faint hint of black tea. Chocolate and dried herbs also on the nose. Plum, cherry and ripe red fruits linger in the mouth on a long-lasting finish.

Sommology Key: R2222

Food Pairings: Sommology


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Giovina

2011 Montepulciano d'Abruzzo

This deep purplish, ruby-colored wine delivers fragrances of black plums and smooth flavors of cherry and blackberry. A soft texture and mild tannins make it immediately accessible and a fine partner for Italian cuisine at your table tonight.

Sommology Key: R2232

Food Pairings: Sommology


- 16.99

Desvia

2010 Rioja, Spain

Raspberry red color. Clean and brilliant. Fruity aromas, dark fruits and well-associated oak. Harmonious on the palate with a just the right acidity, freshness and softness. Savory in the mouth. Round tannins. This wine pairs beautifully with a variety of tapas dishes, especially those incorporating earthy wild mushrooms.

Sommology Key: R2222

Food Pairings: Sommology


- 19.99

Fissata Blonde

Moscato d'Asti

Straw yellow in color, this fizzy release tempts with tiny bubbles and enticing aromatics of mandarin orange and nectarine typical of the Moscato varietal. These fragrances are augmented by a hint of peach, lychee and tropical fruits and repeated in the mouth. A sprightly effervescence and powerful fruity flavors of melon and apricot make this wine a customer favorite for dessert. Serve chilled.

Sommology Key: S443

Food Pairings: Sommology


- 16.99

Rayado

2012 Colchagua Valley Chile Cabernet Sauvignon

Shining a bright ruby red color with violet hues, this intense wine hails from the up and coming region of Chile’s Colchagua Valley. It is comprised of 85% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Carmenère, the signature grape of the country, and exhibits beautiful elements of raspberry and plums. These flavors mingle harmoniously with notes of white pepper and a touch of vanilla lingering pleasantly in the mouth. With such attributes, this release calls for pairing with assertive dishes like a richly marbled rib-eye steak or thick-cut lamb chop.

paigeann

Our new Cabernet Sauvignon was inspired by former wine consultant, Paigeann Mapley-Brittle, who passed away in November, 2012 after a courageous battle with breast cancer. Paigeann was a wife, mother and enthusiastic wine lover whose life was cut too short at the age of 42. One dollar from the sale of each bottle of Rayado will be donated to Living Beyond Breast Cancer.

One dollar from the sale of each bottle of Rayado will be donated to Living Beyond Breast Cancer and you can purchase it here. Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC) is dedicated to assisting you, whether you are newly diagnosed, in treatment, recently completed treatment, are years beyond or are living with metastatic breast cancer.

Sommology Key: R2323

Food Pairings: Sommology


- 24.99

Tria Private Reserve

2011 Mission Hill Vineyard Pinot Noir Monterey

Slightly murky & translucent garnet-to-brick. Dimension in the nose – delicate yet almost juicy “dried cherry concentrate”. Flowery “sour cherry” over wood in the mouth.

Silver Medal – “Highly Recommended”, 2013 World Wine Championships

Sommology Key: R2444

Food Pairings: Sommology


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Heist

2012 Santa Ynez Valley, California, Cabernet Sauvignon

Inky purple garnet, the wine opens with a candied varietal fruit nose and plenty of licorice. The bouquet suggests chocolate, coffee, blueberries and candied fruit. Tightly wrapped but intense and well-structured, it exhibits intense peppery black fruit.

Sommology Key: R3444

Food Pairings: Sommology


- 17.99

Jump N' Jive

2011 Tannat, California

Garnet/purple in color, this release exudes aromas of smoke and plum announcing that you have a wonderfully robust wine on your hands. Juicy flavors of blackberries, dark plum and ripe raspberries with a hint of spice bathe the palate and extend into a long finish. A nice match with assertive dishes incorporating red meats and cheeses.

Sommology Key: R4333

Food Pairings: Sommology


- 24.99

Tria

2011 Private Reserve, Syrah, El Dorado County

Brilliant purple to garnet. Integrated nose of black pepper, plum and tree bark. Characteristic graphite and tobacco come through as well. Plenty of juicy blackberry fruit and more even plum in the mouth. Big, integrated, balanced and supple in the mouth.

Sommology Key: R3344

Food Pairings: Sommology


- 24.99

Tria

2011 Syrah, Central Coast, California

Deeply colored, purple-to-garnet in color. Pepper, graphite and tobacco over just-starting to emerge black fruit nose. Vibrant raspberry and plum fruit dominate in the mouth but do not bury the other elements in this well-structured wine.

Sommology Key: R2233

Food Pairings: Sommology


- 15.99

Tadeo

2012 Malbec, La Rioja, Argentina

A dark red color and aromas of red fruits let you know you have a muscular Malbec on your hands. Hints of violets and mint come through on the nose and build when flavors of ripened plum and cherry flood the mouth. Well-balanced with moderate tannins leading to a long finish.

Sommology Key: R3232

Food Pairings: Sommology


- 19.99

Caballeria de Luna

2011 Vino de la Tierra Castilla, Spain

Clear pale lemon-green in color, this Spanish blend consists of Moscato, Viura and Verdejo. It opens with aromas of citrus and tropical fruits, lime in particular, with hints of floral blossoms. Fruity with a pleasant acidity, its semi sweet nature and medium body make it a delightful combination with Spanish tapas made with white fish or dessert.

Sommology Key: W2241

Food Pairings: Sommology


- 14.99

Bailando

2008 Mendoza Malbec, Argentina

A deep red color signifies you have a passionate red on your hands. A bouquet of raisin, plum and raspberry greets the nose offering notes of black pepper. Full bodied, in the mouth these scents carry forward enhanced by black currant, cherries and mocha flavors. A long supple finish on a balanced and well-structured wine.

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- 15.99

Tanglerose

Sonoma County Backyard Red, California

This proprietary blend exudes attractive aromas of cedar, tobacco and cherry fruit with a toffee overlay. On the palate, the flavors are seamless; cherry jam, baking spices, clove, cinnamon and cardamom enhanced with complex components of mineral licorice, leather, and hints of graphite. The tannins are soft and nicely balanced by the fruit. Well-integrated, the fruit is fresh and lively, not overly ripe.

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- 19.99

Bentgate

2007 Cabernet Sauvignon, California

One of our most popular Cabs named by one of our own wine consultants! The Bentgate is the pure expression of California – especially when it’s crafted by a team of four California’s great winemakers, including our own Francis Sanders and Guy Davis, of Davis Family Vineyards. Deep red in color upon entry, it offers all the cherry vanilla you’d expect from a Golden State signature red. Cassis, plum and oak aromas and flavors with a hint of herbs combine beautifully. A small portion of Merlot rounds out the final product.

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- 24.99

Tria

2006 Pinot Noir, California

It’s hard to believe that a Pinot Noir can be both juicy and smooth, but the Tria manages to accomplish this feat with grace. Deep ruby in color, this fruit-driven red expresses Old World charm, yet still delivers New World drinkability. Huge strawberry, cherry and raspberry aromas and flavors are completed with a touch of oak. The almost one-half Sonoma Coast fruit delivers balanced deep black cherry flavors and spice. The balance of fruit hails from the Central Coast and Mendocino, two prime locales that furnish yet even more dark berry flavors with floral notes.

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- 16.99

zin-FAN-del

2009 California, Zinfandel

Medium-bodied with a velvety texture and a beautiful translucent garnet color, this zesty Zinfandel bursts with generous aromas and flavors. Raspberry, black cherry, boysenberry and plum accented with perfumed hints of pepper, anise, mint and cedar exude on the nose. The mouth is filled with bright jammy flavors of cranberry, cherry and cassis followed by a sweet vanilla chaser. Ripe tannins and firm acidity focus the palate and provide a long peppery finish. – See more at: http://www.travelingvineyard.com/wine/zin-fan-del-california-zinfandel/#sthash.IErr32JA.dpuf

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- 16.99

Chesterton

2009 Cab. Sauvignon, California

Showing a dark black berry color in the glass, this Cabernet Sauvignon is bold enough for the wine enthusiast yet accessible enough for the newbie. Moderate tannins and light oak mean it is versatile with food as well. Cabernet Sauvignon, the underpinning of the release, offers hallmark berry and spicy black pepper aromas. Tempranillo lends a cherry quality resulting in a final product bursting with black currant, black cherries, vanilla, spicy oak, and tobacco. A lingering finish of earthiness and mixed berries keeps you coming back for more.

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- 21.99

Giovina, Le Guardie

2011 Montepulciano d'Abruzzo

An attractive opaque color of intense ruby red draws your attention to this wine. It opens with aromas and flavors of sour cherry continuing with black berry, red currants and spice in the mouth. Hints of vanilla and cocoa powder linger on the palate. A well bodied smooth wine with round tannins.

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- 16.99

Pedretti

2010 Salento IGT, Italy

Italy’s sunny south sends us this ruby red gem. Crafted 100% from the native Negroamaro grape, it boasts beautiful fragrances and flavors of red berries and cherries. A nose of blackcurrant beckons followed by blackberry and black cherry flavors with a hint of strawberry. Medium-full bodied with beautifully integrated tannins. A fruity yet earthy delight! Serve this Italian gem with dishes such as pasta with meat sauce and Parmigiano and Ricotta cheeses. It’s also delicious with breads, game and grilled meats. Keep 2-3 years. Soft fruity reds will lose their exuberance if kept too long.

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- 16.99

Tanglerose

Backyard Red, California

Whether you lean toward gas grilling or charcoal firing, you have the consummate wine for outdoor cooking in this wine. Steak, pork, or chicken will all complement it beautifully. Marinated kebabs or sausages work remarkably well with it. Don’t be afraid to lather on all sorts of condiments. Let the wine breathe for 30 minutes before serving.

Sommology Key: R3233

Food Pairings: Sommology


- 21.99

Bentgate

2011 Cabernet Sauvignon, California

Garnet to brick in color, this wine opens with a complex nose of pine, tree bark and leather. Red fruits with traces of black pepper and licorice. Some herbaceousness. Still developing, but chocolatey, varietal fruit emerging. Good balance and heft.

Sommology Key: 3232

Food Pairings: Sommology


- 16.99

Calamity Sue

2011 Riesling, Monterey County

Brilliant pale yellow, straw in color, this racy white wine harvested in the Santa Lucia Highlands opens with white flowers and ripe pear on the nose. It delivers soft and round flavors of pear with apricot and nectarine notes along with beautiful food-friendly acidity.

Sommology Key: W2331

Food Pairings: Sommology


- 16.99

Tanglerose

Backyard Red, Lot 13A, California

This wine’s brilliant inky garnet color hints at the flavorful red that awaits you. A blend of roughly 1/3 Zinfandel 1/3 Merlot with other red varietals, it exudes aromas of graphite, black earth, black pepper and tree bark all over emerging black fruit nose. Tannic and earthy with juicy purple and black fruit emerging via a soft mouthfeel. Beautiful long finish.

Sommology Key: R3233

Food Pairings: Sommology


- 19.99

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- 16.99

Calamity Sue

2011 Paso Robles California Riesling

With a brilliant light lemon yellow color, this release exudes white flowers and a not-quite-juicy pear nose. It tastes as it smells continuing with peach and lemon-lime as well as a mineral quality. The complete package – good structure, good extraction, good heft and feel.

Silver Medal – “Highly Recommended”, 2013 World Wine Championships

Sommology Key: W2331

Food Pairings: Sommology


- 26.99

Tria

2012 Lodi, Syrah

At the mid-point between what you’ll find in a northern Rhone Syrah and an Australian Syrah, you’ll find this wine. It shines a slightly translucent garnet color. An evenly integrated nose of pepper, graphite, blackberry and tree bark greets the nose. With supple to lively juicy blackberry fruit over the aromas, it’s perfect with assertive dishes that make use of flavorful marinades and spices.

Sommology Key: R2233

Food Pairings: Sommology


- 18.99

Hoot

2012 Pinot Blanc

Brilliant straw in color, the wine opens with white flowers, ripe apples and minerals on the nose. A hint of spice and peach aromas linger as well. In the mouth, pear, apple and lemon dominate along with a pineapple, in an almost layered effect.

Sommology Key: W2321

Food Pairings: Sommology