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Thursday Night Beer Tasting with The Bruery  
It’s been awhile since we last did a beer tasting, but for you craft beer lovers, the wait is nearly over. Tomorrow evening, we will be hosting Mitch Wackerman of Orange County’s highly regarded The Bruery. Mitch will be pouring some of the newest releases from their portfolio. They are a diverse and very tasty bunch. Join us from 4 to 7pm tomorrow (Thursday) evening.

Friday Nite Tasting featuring
'Poised CA Pinot Noir'
Friday, July 12th
5:00-7:00 p.m.

CA Pinot Noir is anything but the homogeneously fruity, somewhat boozy, always-earlier-drinking-and-one-dimensional shadow of Burgundy that it’s still too often assumed to be. From Mendocino to Santa Cruz Mountains, and from the Sonoma Coast, with its exposure to the vagaries of the sea and its weather, to the more inland Sierra Foothills, California Pinot Noir can’t possibly be painted with a broad brush and still be spoken of accurately. Indeed, California is such an exciting place for Pinot Noir right now because of the range of microclimates and soils in which it can be grown. Differences in elevations, underlying geology, exposures to the ocean, fog, daytime sun, evening chill, divergent winemaking philosophies, and more continue to create a stunning mosaic of Pinot Noirs throughout California. 

2016 Anthill Farms
'Demuth' Pinot Noir

Anderson Valley
2016 Tessier
'Saveria' Pinot Noir

Santa Cruz Mountains

Weekend Tasting featuring
'Bastille Day Bacchanalia'
Sat. & Sun., July 13th & 14th
2:00-5:00 p.m.

Anthony Thevenet was raised around his grandfather’s vineyards in Morgon. When his grandfather passed away Anthony inherited 3 ha of vines, and most recently in 2014, he inherited a parcel in Côte du Py. Morgon is easily one of the most celebrated cru names in Beaujolais and is situated right in the heart of Beaujolais. With a semi-continental climate, which enjoys long, hot summers and cold winters, the region is perfect for the Gamay grape. The sandy and rocky soils of Morgon provide a certain structure and richness that is rarely matched by other crus. The famous hill of Cote du Py has a unique soil type that is mostly composed of schist, blue granite and volcanic rock produces the most powerful examples of Beaujolais. Morgon may be the Beaujolais’ quintessential village.

Friday Nite Tasting featuring
'Bordeaux Blends of CA'
Friday, July 5th
5:00-7:00 p.m.

The term “Bordeaux style” is typically used to refer to a wine, not directly to grapes. In the actual Bordeaux region of France, red wines are blended from the Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Malbec and Petite Verdot grapes. Versions of these kinds of wines are made all over the world, and outside of Bordeaux, they’re often referred to as “Bordeaux-style.” But it’s not a regulated term, so whether and how it’s used will vary from vintner to vintner. Some people also refer to Bordeaux-style reds as “claret,” an old term that goes back to the wine trade in England. Others use the term “Meritage”, a trademarked name for registered wines that are blended from Bordeaux grape varieties.


Weekend Tasting featuring
'The Range of Spain'
Sat. & Sun., July 6th & 7th
2:00-5:00 p.m.

“Petit Pissares,”is a revelatory Priorat: Based entirely on the region’s two traditional grapes, Grenache and Carignane, this is not nearly as massive as most reds from this fast-rising region. It is characteristically dark and voluptuous, yes, but its energy, perfume, and more modest scale are a thing apart for those accustomed to more overpowering styles of Priorat. This is old-vine Grenache and Carignane with a distinctive soil character; brightness and drinkability; and an extremely reasonable price. Texturally, it is velvety but bright—there’s plenty of delicious fruit extract without being excessive, with the slightest kiss of toasty oak and stony minerality on the finish.


Friday Nite Tasting featuring
'Stars of CA Zinfandel' 
Friday, June 28th
5:00-7:00 p.m.

Zinfandel was introduced to California during the Gold Rush somewhere between 1852 and 1857 and became widely planted because it thrived so well in the state’s climate and soil. Today, Zinfandel is the third-leading winegrape variety in California, with more than 44,400 acres planted and 416,615 tons crushed in 2016, according to the California Department of Food and Agriculture. It is grown in 45 of California’s 58 counties. Promoted to the world by the state’s vintners for more than 130 years, Zinfandel has grown beyond cult status and is now internationally recognized due to the unique character and high quality wines that are produced only in the Golden State.

Weekend Tasting featuring
'Independents Day'
Sat. & Sun., June 29th & 30th
2:00-5:00 p.m.

Zah Winesis a project created by winemaker Jason Lee.  The name “Zah” comes from the Chinese character 炸 meaning “to burst” or “to explode”.  Zah Wines aims to craft a range of wines that burst with flavor and excite the palate at first sip. Jason’s passion and enthusiasm for wine led him to get his degree in  Wine and Viticulture in the heart of California’s Central Coast wine region. His adventures in wine have led him to work at wineries in the Northern Rhone of France, King Valley of Australia, Hawke’s Bay New Zealand, and most recently,  the cool Sonoma Coast. Jason’s mission is to source organically grown grapes and make wines with minimal manipulation to let the varietal speak for itself.

2018Cote West
Rose of Zinfandel

Contra Costa County
2018 Zah Wines
Chenin Blanc 


2016 Wind Chaser
Grenache Noir

El Dorado County
2014 Marr
Old Vine Zinfandel

Mendocino County

Friday Nite Tasting featuring
'Always a Reason for Riesling' 
Friday, June 21st
5:00-7:00 p.m.

The Dönnhoff family first came to the Nahe region over 200 years ago, and after establishing a modest farm slowly evolved into a full-fledged wine estate. Helmut Dönnhoff has been making the wine since 1971, and now his son Cornelius works alongside in the winery and vineyards. Their holdings represent some of the best in the Nahe and all of Germany. Although the Nahe is a dry region, Dönnhoff does not water their vineyards as to encourage deep rooted vines. The soil is covered with organic material like straw and compost to preserve water and to avoid evaporation and erosion in heavy rains. Grapes are always picked by hand at Dönnhoff over 2-3 passes through each vineyard. To preserve laser-like focus and clarity in the wines, the grapes are pressed as soon as possible – within 3 hours of picking. Wines are fermented in traditional German casks, as well as stainless steel with spontaneous fermentations. 

2017 Weingut Donnhoff 
Riesling Kabinett

Nahe, Germany

2017 Von Winning
Riesling Grosses Gewachs 

Pfalz, Germany
2017 Selbach-Oster
Riesling Spatlese

Mosel, Germany
2017 Weingut Alfred Merkelbach
Riesling Auslese

Mosel, Germany

Weekend Tasting featuring
'Native to Italy'
Sat. & Sun., June 22nd & 23rd
2:00-5:00 p.m.

Friulano(formerly Tocai Friulano, and also known as Sauvignonasse) is a grape variety most famous for its role in the white wines of Friuli, northeastern Italy. These wines, usually varietal, are lively and fruit-driven with notes of citrus and almond, and often a touch of minerality.

The grape is thought to be native to South West France, where it is known as Sauvignonasse or Sauvignon Vert. However, it has moved on from its home and into northeastern Italy, where it has quickly become one of the region's most classic styles. 

Pairing Suggestions for Friulano:

* Pan-fried white fish with lemon butter    and capers
* Prosciutto with rocket and mozzarella
* Roast chicken with thyme-infused       stuffing

2017 Marisa Cuomo
Costa d'Amalfi Ravello

Campania, Italy
2017 Croatto Obelisco

Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy

2016 Manincor
Schiava Kalterersee 'der Keil' 

Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy
2016 Istine
Chianti Classico DOCG 
Tuscany, Italy

Friday Nite Tasting featuring
'For the Francophile'
Friday, June 14th
5:00-7:00 p.m.

Madiranis a village in the gently rolling countryside of Gascony, in the far southwest of France. The area is famous for its indulgent gastronomy and rich, concentrated, robust red wines. By law, Tannat grapes must make up between 60 and 80 percent of any wine bearing the Madiran appellation. The remainder can be made up with any combination of the Bordeaux varieties Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, and a little-known Gascon variety, Fer Servadou. The highest profile winemaker of both appellations is Alain Brumont. His company owns the well-known Château Bouscassé.The typical Madiran wine becomes approachable only after several years’ cellaring. Patience is rewarded with rich, fruit-forward wines complex in both aroma and structure.

2016 Domaine Courbet
Cotes du Jura
'Les Isles' Chardonnay

Jura, France
2017 Patrick Piuze
Chablis Coteau de Fontenay

Burgundy, France
2017 Daniel Bouland
Morgon Bellevue 'Schiste' 

Beaujolais, France
2007 Château Bouscassé.

Madiran, France

Weekend Tasting featuring
'New on the Menu'
Sat. & Sun., June 15th & 16th
2:00-5:00 p.m.

Eric Story & Alison Smith-Story met while both working for a northern California wine merchant over a decade ago. They turned to Kickstarter to create Smith Story Wine Cellars in 2014, which now operates out of a custom crush winery in Sonoma County. This wine is named afterLord Sandwich, their goldendoodle, who has nearly 65,000 followers on Instagram. 80% Russian River Valley Sauvignon Blanc, 15% Contra Costa Verdelho, and 5% Russian River Valley Chardonnay. Through the charitable organization SocksforSandwich.org., a pair of socks is donated to a human in need for every bottle of Lord Sandwich sold. 

Tasting Notes: A juicy and bright wine with streaks of key-lime and passion fruit, perfect to sip by the pool...

2017 Lord Sandwich
Sauvignon Blanc

Sonoma County, CA

2017 County Line
North Coast, CA

2017 Baker Lane
Pinot Noir

Sonoma Coast
2017 Walla Walla Vintners

Walla Walla, WA

Friday Nite Tasting featuring
'Bret Hogan of Côte West'
Friday, June 7th
5:00-7:00 p.m.

Côte West is a family-run urban winery based in Oakland, California. Bret Hogan is the co-founder and winemaker of Côte West. Growing up in Carmel Valley he developed an early appreciation for the natural beauty of the California landscape. He received a Masters degree in Viticulture & Enology from UC Davis and got his hands dirty interning at Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars in Napa and Domaine des Comtes Lafon in Meursault Burgundy. Upon returning from France, he set out to combine that tradition-steeped approach with his training at Davis in order to create Old World-style yet undeniably Californian wines. Bret's favorite pairing is Côte West Chardonnay with crab cakes.

2018 Côte West
Sauvignon Blanc

Pine Mountain-Cloverdale Peak
2018 Côte West
Rosé of Grenache

2018 Côte West
Rosé of Counoise
Mounts Vineyard, Dry Creek Valley
2018 Côte West
Rosé of Zinfandel

Del Barba Vineyard-Contra Costa County
2017 Côte West

Mounts Vineyard-Dry Creek Valley

Weekend Tasting featuring
'Screaming Deals'
Sat. & Sun., June 8th & 9th
2:00-5:00 p.m.

Sherman & Hooker Shebangis a project by Morgan Twain-Peterson. Morgan grew up in the world of wine in California. In addition to this project, Morgan also produces tiny amounts of old vine, heirloom red and white blends, Pinot Noir, and Syrah under the Bedrock Wine Co. label. 
Sherman & Hooker is named after the two Civil War generals who founded Bedrock Vineyard in 1854. It is a blend of declassified Syrah, Petite Syrah, and Zinfandel from Bedrock Wine Co., along with selected bulk lots from other small producers. Morgan chose to make the wine a multi-vintage, multi-varietal blend in order to maintain quality at a terrific pricepoint. 

2013 Barnista
Red Table Wine

12th Cuvee SheBang!
Red Wine


Friday Nite Tasting featuring
'Wandering Willamette'
Friday, May 31st
5:00-7:00 p.m.

Concentrated grape-growing in Oregon began in Willamette in 1966, with ongoing vineyard growth in the intervening forty years adding over 10,000 acres (cool climate and the protection of mountains on eastern and western boundaries providing an optimal climate for Pinot Noir). A large AVA of 3,438,000 acres, running from Portland in the north to Eugene in the south, it includes rich alluvial soils on the valley floor, and a selection of volcanic, loess, and sedimentary soils on hillsides of varying mesoclimates.

Come taste through a thoughtful selection, spotlighting the range and top quality pinot noir this region has to offer. 

2015 Johan Vineyards
Estate Pinot Noir

Willamette Valley
2017 Patricia Green Cellars
Estate Pinot Noir

Ribbon Ridge
2016 Cameron
Reserve Pinot Noir

Dundee Hills
2016 Penner-Ash
Shea Vineyard Pinot Noir


Weekend Tasting featuring
'Greek Κρασί'
Sat. & Sun., June 1st & 2nd
2:00-5:00 p.m.

TheOenops Apla White Blend is an alluring, intensely aromatic Greek blend of Malagousia, Assyrtiko and Roditis. Showing white flowers on the nose, and bright pomelo and sweet nectarine fruit on the palate. Both fresh and mouth-filling, this wine spent 4 months aging on its lees in a combination of stainless steel, cement tanks and clay amphora, with no added sulfites. Perfect for our impending summer.

* Vietnamese rice noodle salad with
  shrimp, peas and corn
* Steamed clams with lime-butter sauce
* Creamy chicken curry

2016 Domaine Nerantzi  

Macedonia, Greece
2017 Oenops Apla
White Blend

Drama, Greece

2016 Troupis Fteri

Peloponnese, Greece
2015 Thymiopoulos
Naoussa, Greece

Friday Nite Tasting featuring
'7% California'
Friday, May 24th
5:00-7:00 p.m.

Roughly 93% of Northern California Appellations are planted to only eight grape varieties, the remaining seven percent is home to hundreds of lesser known grapes.The2017 Jolie Laide Trousseau Grisis made from  rare, near-extinct vines. Light and pretty, wildly floral yet savory, with a visceral depth. It may not fit into a conventional category, making it seem a bit unfamiliar at first, but continues to surprise and delight. An inebriating blend of wild pomelo, summer melon, stone fruit, white tea, and sweet earth all weave with finessed length and elegant palate presence.

2017 Jolie Laide Wines
Fanucchi Vineyard Trousseau Gris

Russian River Valley, CA

2017 Arnot-Roberts

North Coast, CA
2016 Broc Cellars
Eagle Point Ranch Counoise

Mendocino, CA
2016 Kivelstadt Cellars
Venturi Vineyard Charbono

Mendocino, CA

Weekend Tasting featuring
'Memorial Day BBQ'
Sat. & Sun., May 25th & 26th
2:00-5:00 p.m.

Celebrate the long weekend with the perfect barbecue wines: from amazing burgers to easy grilled vegetables - we have the perfect pairing selections. The Urbano Cellars Barberais medium garnet in color with black currant and black cherry aromas, along with hints of violets, lavender, cloves and a bit of anise. Black fruit and a bit of raspberry and blueberry flavors on the palate with light tannins, bright acidity and a medium mouthfeel balance this wine with a lingering finish. Try with braised root vegetables, sausages and potatoes, or herbaceous cheeses such as blue cheeses or Tome. 

2017 Windchaser

Anderson Valley
2016 Urbano Cellars

Clements Hills, Lodi

2016 Day

Sonoma County
Weekend Tasting featuring
'Wine on Piedmont Selections'
Sat. & Sun., May 18th & 19th
2:00-5:00 p.m.
From time to time, we will team up with some of our favorite winemakers for a special bottling that is exclusive to Wine on Piedmont. These limited releases will always be wines of exceptional quality and value. We are thrilled to share the fruits of our partnership with you, and hope you enjoy them as much as we enjoy bringing them to you.

2016 Wine on Piedmont
Pinot Blanc
Mendocino County

Wine on Piedmont
NV Brut Sparkling
North Coast, CA
2016 Wine on Piedmont
Red GSM Blend
Alexander Valley
2013 Wine on Piedmont
Red Wine
Atlas Peak, Napa Valley
Friday Nite Tasting featuring
'Bad to the Rhone'
Friday, May 17th
5:00-7:00 p.m.

Seventeenth-century monks in the region wrote about the wine from these hills as being “fresh and delicate,” and, indeed, the Fauryshave always accentuated Syrah’s potential for making elegant wines of real finesse. Their Saint Joseph rouge in particular stands out as a thing of purity and grace. Vinifications are gentle, with about one third of the fruit going through whole-cluster fermentation for textural and aromatic lift. 

2018 Domaine Les Aphillanthes
Cote du Rhone Rosé

Rhone, France
2016 Domaine Amido
Lirac Red Blend

Rhone, France
2017 Lionel Faury
Saint Joseph Syrah

Rhone, France

2016Domaine de Moulin-Tacussel
Rhone, France

Friday Nite Tasting featuring
'Canary Islands'
Friday, May 10th
5:00-7:00 p.m.

The Canary Islands supposedly derived their name from the large dogs (cane) that inhabited the islands when the Spanish arrived. Because of their unique subtropical location and weather patterns, the north slope of Tenerife boasts the "World's most perfect weather", so the locals claim. Temperatures range from 60-75F  year round which make for perpetual spring-like conditions, and banana plantations exist side by side with prime vineyard sites. This unique situation in the fine wine growing world seems to have caused the development of the Cordon Trenzado (braided) style of pruning where 10-20 meter long cordons stretch out from the mother trunk. 200+ year old pre-phylloxera vines are common in the Valle de la Orotava and Jonatan Garcia Lima has taken on the mission of preserving this unique style of vineyard management on the slopes of El Teide, the highest peak in Spain.

2017 Suertes del Marques

Canary Islands, Spain
2017 Suertes del Marques
7 Fuentes 'El Lance' 

Canary Islands, Spain
2017 Suertes del Marques
El Esquilon

Canary Islands, Spain
2014 Suertes del Marques

Canary Islands, Spain

Weekend Tasting featuring
'Favorites for Mom'
Sat. & Sun., May 11th & 12th
2:00-5:00 p.m.

Moms didn’t come up with Mother’s Day as an easy way to get breakfast in bed. And despite how it seems, card companies didn’t invent it as a way to make a few (billion) bucks. There’s more to the history of Mother’s Day than meets the eye. In addition to the history of the holiday, there’s a whole lot of controversy. There are debates about who came up with the holiday first and lawsuits about who can use the name “Mother’s Day.” One of the founders tried to get the holiday scratched from the books, even after fighting to get it recognized as a national day. Besides all that, there’s the question of where that pesky apostrophe goes. Controversy aside, we know what Mom really wants for Mother's Day. Whether you pop on by to grab a couple of sure-to-please bottles, or bring Mom with you to taste through and pick out her favorite. Wine is always a winner.
2018 County Line
Rose of Pinot Noir

Anderson Valley

Friday Nite Tasting featuring
'The Nature of Nebbiolo'
Friday, May 3rd
5:00-7:00 p.m.

Nebbiolo is a red wine that was born in the mountains of northern Italy in the region of Piedmont. This is the region that’s famous for its Barolo and Barbaresco wine, which can fetch hundreds of dollars per bottle, but what many don’t realize is that Nebbiolo is the sole grape used to make these high-end wines. Often times, the Nebbiolo grapes used to make Barolo and Barbaresco are grown within feet of the grapes used to make Nebbiolo, and the only difference is the perceived quality of one vine over another. Barolo and Barbaresco can only be made in a few villages in the region of Piedmont; if your vineyard is not located in one of those villages, you can’t make Barolo or Barbaresco.  But Nebbiolo is grown all over the region, not just in the villages that use it to create the high end wines.

2016 Bricco Maiolica
Nebbiolo Langhe 

Piedmont, Italy
2013 Alfio Mozzi 'Grisone' 
Sassella Valtellina Superiore DOCG

Piedmont, Italy
2012 Torraccia del Piantavigna
Gattinara DOCG 

Piedmont, Italy
2013 Oddero

Piedmont, Italy

Weekend Tasting featuring
'Explorer Club's Wines'
Sat. & Sun., May 4th & 5th
2:00-5:00 p.m.

Kitson Winesis the dream of Brad and Svetlana Kitson. They had a passion to make great wine and offer it at a reasonable price.  Their intention is to stay small so that each wine receives the care it deserves.The journey began with a return to school to get a master’s degree in Viticulture & Enology at U.C. Davis.  While in school, Brad began to work at Farella Vineyard in the Napa Valley.  Farella offered the hands-on opportunity to gain immediate experience with the most compelling Bordeaux, Burgundy and Rhone varietals.  The next step was to become a consulting winemaker, the highlight being the opportunity to make Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay for Napa Valley estate winery Georg Rafael Vineyards. We hope you enjoy this delightful Red Blend!

2017 Anne Amie

Yamhill Carlton, Oregon

2015 Nathalie Theulot
Pinot Noir
Bourgogne Côte Chalonnaise, France
2017 La Capranera

Campania, Italy
2015 Kitson Wines
Hud's Red Blend

Sonoma Valley/County

Friday Nite Tasting featuring
'Non-Buttery-Oaky Chardonnay'
Friday, April 26th
5:00-7:00 p.m.

Stony Hill Chardonnaysare some of the most highly-sought-after California wines. Their style is best described as lean, bright, elegant and food friendly. To achieve this style, they crush and press the grapes with minimum skin contact and ferment in neutral oak cooperage. When fermentation is complete, they rack the wine off the lees, in order to avoid the development of a yeasty flavor in the wine. They then age it in the neutral oak. 2012 gave Stony Hill an absolutely perfect growing season with no rain during May fruit set, consistent warm days with no hot spells through the summer and a dry, sunny harvest in September. The resulting 2012 Chardonnay is pale straw in color with bright, fresh aromas of pears and apples and a hint of lemon zest. 

2017 Arnot Roberts
Trout Gulch Chardonnay

Santa Cruz Vineyards
2017 Enfield
'Citrine' Chardonnay

2016 Matthiason
Linda Vista Chardonnay

Napa Valley
2012 Stony Hill

Napa Valley

Weekend Tasting featuring
'Italian Refresh'
Sat. & Sun., April  27th & 28th
2:00-5:00 p.m.

The last decades of the last century have seen a dynamic resurgence in Campania wine, and distinctive wines have popped up in many provinces; bringing the DOC denominations from nine in 1975, to nineteen by the end of 2000. The region has more than 100 interesting native varieties.Today’s wine styles are fruit forward and youthful: the whites are known for their aromatic characters, often redolent of the local flora, while the reds (mainly from Aglianico) have big personalities which require a little ageing. Falanghinais known for its citrus blossom aromas, in particular bitter orange. On the palate it typically shows classic apple and pear flavors, with spicy or mineral notes. Perfect to enjoy on a lovely Spring day.

2017 Villa Raiano
Greco di Tufo DOCG 

Campania, Italy
Weekend Tasting featuring
'Organically Yours for Earth Day'
Sat. & Sun., April  20th & 21st
2:00-5:00 p.m.

Years ago, Kivelstadt Cellarswas only an idea: the idea that people deserve to drink wines with soul. These wines would come from vineyards with heritage, farmed with the utmost respect for nature, and fermented with low intervention. A combination of these ideals has evolved into a lifestyle. A lifestyle which, vintage after vintage, results in delicious wines which pay homage to California’s terroir. A unique varietal, Charbono was widely planted all over California in the beginning of the 20th century. While it has been ripped out or grafted over in favor of more mainstream varietals, there is a small amount remaining in the North Coast. Kivelstadt was lucky enough to get their hands on a two-acre block at Venturi Vineyard and never looked back! They make this rare and unique variety in a light and fun way in order to combine its brooding strength with a light and fun style. 

Friday Nite Tasting featuring
'Salute to the Notre Dame'
Friday, April 19th
5:00-7:00 p.m.

The Cathedral of Notre-Dame, where a large fire broke out on Monday evening, is among the most famous landmarks in Paris, drawing about 13 million visitors a year. The cathedral, whose name means Our Lady, is the seat of the archbishop of Paris. Let us cheers to the incredible history of this historic monument:
* Henry VI of England was made king of France inside Notre-Dame in 1431.
* Napoleon Bonaparte, who also sought to save the storied cathedral, was crowned emperor there in 1804.
* In 1909 Joan of Arc was beatified in the cathedral by Pope Pius X.
* The cathedral was also home to the crown of thorns and the tunic of Saint Louis. The crown of thorns is believed to be the same that Jesus Christ wore during the crucifixion (it is rumored to have been saved from the fire). It was first housed at the Ste. Chapelle in Ile de la Cité, but then moved to Notre Dame.

NV J-M Seleque
'Solessence' Blend
Brut Champagne 

2014 Paul Jaboulet Aine
Chevalier de Sterimberg
Hermitage Blanc 
Rhone, France

2015 Domaine Matthias & Emile Roblin
Sancerre Rouge Origine 
Loire, France

2012 La Fleur de Haut-Bages Liberal
Bordeaux Blend
Pauillac, France

Friday Nite Tasting featuring
'Arnot Roberts'
Friday, April 12th
5:00-7:00 p.m.

Arnot-Roberts was founded in 2001 in Healdsburg, California by childhood friends Duncan Arnot Meyers and Nathan Lee Roberts. Duncan and Nathan grew up in the midst of vineyards and winemakers in the Napa Valley. Each took an interest in the wine industry, with Nathan following his father’s lead as a cooper, and Duncan pursuing winemaking in renowned wineries in Napa and Sonoma.
The focus of this two person operation is on small lot, single vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Chardonnay, and Pinot Noir, as well as several other varieties uncommon in Northern Californian vineyards. Through good fortune and a keen eye, they have  identified vineyard sources that are both singular and extraordinary. Collaboration with dedicated and passionate growers is paramount in the farming of these sites and vinification of their wines.

2017 Arnot-Roberts
Trout Gulch Vineyard

Santa Cruz
2017 Arnot-Roberts
Rosé of Touriga Nacional

2017 Arnot-Roberts 
Gamay Noir

El Dorado
2017 Arnot-Roberts
Peter Martin Ray Vineyard
Pinot Noir

Santa Cruz Mountains

Weekend Tasting featuring
'CA Expression'
Sat. & Sun., April  13th & 14th
2:00-5:00 p.m.

Windchaser Wine Co. is owned and operated by the Gifford Family. The name Windchaser comes from winemaker Dave’s interest in windsurfing and surfing; and years of traveling the world looking for, or being pushed by, the wind. Having helped a lot of other people make wine over the years, it was time to take a chance and start his own label. In 2015. The Gifford Family Wine Co was created and Windchaser Wine Co. was born. Windchaser is a family project that is the culmination of Dave’s years of experience from restaurants to winemaking.
Windchaser wines are created with native fermentations, barrel-fermented whites, and whole cluster reds-minimal intervention as a mind set. Unfined and unfiltered, with results that range from classic and clean, to funkalicious and fun.

2018 Tessier
Femme Fatale Rose

2017 Kivelstadt Cellars
"KC Labs" Pinot Blanc

Yountville, CA
2010 Rock Wren

Solano County, CA
2017 Wind Chaser
El Dorado County, CA

Friday Nite Tasting featuring
'French Whisper'
Friday, April 5th
5:00-7:00 p.m.

The Sancerre region sits on top of a series of hills and small valleys that were once under the ocean. The ocean deposited all sorts of calcium rich shells from ancient sea-life. Sauvignon Blanc is the white grape in Sancerre, and there is no mistaking it atChez Crochet. For such a forceful and “minerally” white wine, it shows a tremendous amount of beauty and delicacy. There are aromas of kefir lime, lemon, lemon peel, ripe green melon, cucumber, freshly crushed limestone rocks and gunflint. 

2017 Francois Crochet

Loire, France

2016 Domaine Zind-Humbrecht

Alsace, France

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