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more about Santa Cruz Mountain Estate Clos du Z
Zayante Vineyards
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2003 Santa Cruz Mountain Estate Clos du Z
Santa Cruz Mountains

50% Grenache, 30% Petite Sirah, 20% Syrah. The wine has aromas of boysenberries with hints of white pepper that fill the nose. The ripe berry and grape flavors dominate the palate. ...more This is a wine of impeccable structure and balance. A long lingering finish simply invites another taste. 14.3% alcohol by volume.

$16.00  
more about Le Désir
Verite Winery
CAW Rating: 97
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2002 Le Désir

French for 'desire', Le Désir captures the grace and opulence of the best St. Emilion-styled wines. A Cabernet Franc and Merlot blend, with some Cabernet Sauvignon, this wine expre ...moresses extreme power, finesse and elegance. 2000 was the first vintage of Le Désir.
more about Alexander Valley Carignane
Amicitia Wine
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2001 Alexander Valley Carignane

From the day we set our eyes on this patch of vines in the heart of Alexander Valley we knew we were on to something. Working an old style, dry farmed vineyard requires the farmer ...moreto be very hands-on. We reduced our crop and focused on sunlight in the vine canopy to get full, ripe flavors in the wine that resulted. Our carignane is deep and structured with a great nose of toasted cinnamon, clove and orange peel. 120 cases. 100% Tomka Vineyard.
more about Mas de Maha
Villa Creek Cellars
CAW Rating: 99
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1 reviews

2005 Mas de Maha

Simon and Hillary Graves continue to supply us with Tempranillo from their small, family Ohana vineyard on the east side of the Salinas River. James Berry and Denner Vineyard fruit ...more make up rest of the blend. Large yeilds and big flavors are the buzz words across the board for this vintage. The juicy Tempranillo grapes dripping with flavor and tannin comprise most of the blend. The wine was vinified in our standard fashion and barreled down almost dry to finish primary fermentation in barrel. The wine was aged fourteen months in 50% new wood comprised of half French and half American oak.

BLEND: 60% Ohana Vineyard Tempranillo, 25% Denner Grenache, 15% Denner Mourvedre

more about Dalla Valle Maya
Dalla Valle Vineyards
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Dalla Valle Maya

Alluring and full of unmistakable pedigree, Dalla Valle Maya is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc from the small and remarkable vineyard that bears its name. Each ye ...morear less than 500 cases of this wine are produced. The grapes for Maya are aged in 70% to 80% new French oak, producing a graceful wine of refinement, rich elegance and outstanding aging potential. 1988 marks the first vintage of Maya.
more about Hat Trick
White Crane Winery
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2004 Hat Trick
Livermore Valley

*** 2006 International Silver Medal Winner ***
The winemakers special select blend of Cabernet, Merlot and Syrah. All the fruit came from the award winning Crane Ridge ...morearea of Livermore Valley. Rich silky flavors of dark berries, toasted oak, spice and plum, tantalize the taste buds with a long, lush, lingering finish. Meats and cheeses love this wine.
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L’Aventure
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2005 L'Aventure Optimus
Paso Robles

Cépage; 51% Syrah, 44% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Petit Verdot. Deep ruby, center to edges, and a classic Optimus nose of cassis, blueberry, and cola. Broad on the palate are tar, leat ...moreher, dark berries, and licorice. Long, delicious, Optimus. It’s a shame that this wine is overshadowed by Estate Cuvee. It is incredibly complex and elegant. Not chopped liver! The good news; 4,000 cases produced!
more about Risa
White Cottage Ranch Winery
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2004 Risa

Meaning laughter in Spanish, our Risa has grown in distinction over the last several years. This wine is a blend of our mountain Cabernet Sauvignon with excellent fruit from the va ...morelley floor, and this vintage definitely reflects the best of both worlds. Great extraction has given this wine dark, ruby color, with the aromas of black and red fruit on the nose, leading into robust forward fruit on the palate with just a hint of the minerality for which Howell Mountain is so well known. A long and full finish rounds out this unique Cabernet blend and it is sure to bring a smile to your face!

$45.00  
White Cottage Ranch Winery
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2003 Risa

Meaning laughter in Spanish, our Risa has grown in distinction over the last several years and we are thrilled with this new vintage! Driven by the blending of our mountain Caberne ...moret Sauvignon with excellent fruit from the valley floor, this Risa is one of our most robust to date. Nearly black in color, with great extraction, the aromas of black and red fruit on the nose blend into a delightful sensation on the palate of forward fruit with just a hint of the minerality for which Howell Mountain is so well known. The finish is long and full it makes us smile every time we take a sip!
Barrel Aging: 12 months in French Oak
Cases produced: 625


$45.00  
more about Revelation
Epiphany Cellars
CAW Rating: 95
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2004 Revelation
Santa Barbara County

Comprised of 60% Syrah, 35% Grenache and 5% Petite Sirah, the 2004 offering is dense, dark purple in color and shows exotic aromas of black cherry, plum, smoke and pepper.
...morer> The palate is full-bodied with jammy blackberry liqueur flavors accented by enticing spice box, leather, vanilla and peppery notes. It is balanced, long on the finish and thoroughly rewarding.

We aged this wine for over two years in one- and two-year-old barrels (80% French and 20% American oak) to add complexity and texture.


$35.00  
more about Gypsy
Epiphany Cellars
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2004 Gypsy
Santa Barbara County

In the past, Gypsy was comprised of 100% Grenache. But with such an eclectic name, we decided the wine needed to be something a bit unique as well. So, this years Gypsy is a blend ...moreof 40% Grenache, 40% Mourvedre and 20% Syrah. 60% of the grapes are from the Camp 4 Vineyard in the Santa Ynez Valley & 40% are from Rodney’s Vineyard in the Santa Ynez Valley. After aging for 26 months in 30% New French & American Oak, we bottled the wine and came up with the wine you are now enjoying!

The combination of these three grapes brings out a very balanced wine. Mourvedre tends to be an intense wine heavy on tannins, but the fruit and richness of the Grenache tends to soften the grape while the spice and body of the Syrah gives it structure. On the nose of the Gypsy, there are hints of black cherry, allspice, vanilla and hints of leather followed by a silky smooth texture on the pallet with a light vanilla finish.

This wine will pair nicely with pizza, pasta, grilled or roasted meats like Dad’s pork chops on the grill and root vegetables. Enjoy the Gypsy while you can because, as the name suggests, it won’t be around for long!


$25.00  
more about Tolosa Heritage Blend
Tolosa Winery
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2004 Tolosa Heritage Blend
Edna Valley

Medium ruby color, with complex aromas of cured meats, blackberry, and herbs de Provence. Luscious palate feel, with spiced berry and herbal tea flavors that compliment the aromati ...morecs. Pleasantly edgy, with a youthful grip at mid-palate, and good balance between the fruit and herbal/spice components.

$42.00  
more about Miscela Toscana
Oak Mountain Winery
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2004 Miscela Toscana
Temecula

Miscela Toscana means Tuscan blend. It is based on traditional Italian varieties including Sangiovese (70%) as well as Cab Franc(30%).The final blend is determined shortly prior to ...more bottling. This 2004 is smooth and spicy with wild strawberry, red raspberry, black currant, black cherry and violet notes defining aroma and flavor. Enjoy with all Mediterranean cuisine.

$26.00  
more about The Prisoner
Orin Swift Cellars
CAW Rating: 86
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2 reviews

2005 The Prisoner

A fruit forward, ripe berry blend that consists of:
48% Zinfandel
26% Cabernet Sauvignon
14% Syrah
10% Petite Sirah
2% Charbono

$32.00  
more about Bacio Divino
Bacio Divino
CAW Rating: 100
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1 reviews

2004 Bacio Divino
Napa

Our Cabernet Sauvignon comes from 7 various vineyards, including world class vineyards such as ‘To Kalon Vineyard’ in Oakville, ‘Georges Latour III Vineyard’ in Rutherford, and our ...more own ‘Stix & Stones Vineyard’ in Dutch Henry Canyon near Howell Mountain. The Sangiovese comes from a high elevation vineyard in Atlas Peak, and a hillside vineyard in the heart of the Oakville appellation. The Petit Sirah vineyard is located just north of Calistoga. All fruit and wines are Napa appellation.

$80.00  
more about Rubaiyat
Cakebread Cellars
CAW Rating: 96
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2007 Rubaiyat
North Coast

Rubáiyat is a blend of numerous small lots of grapes harvested at different times from multiple vineyard sites. The blend changes every year, providing winemaker Julianne Laks wit ...moreh the opportunity to be creative. In general, Julianne selects lighter-bodied, fruitier lots for Rubáiyat. These are kept separate and fermented primarily in small, open-top tanks with manual punchdowns of the cap, a method that gently macerates the juice and skins to extract optimal color and flavor. The lots for our 2007 Rubáiyat aged 15 months in French oak barrels, 38% new, before blending.

$32.00  
more about She Wines Red
Chatom Vineyards
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2004 She Wines Red
Calaveras County

A nose of spicy red fruit, vanilla and white chocolate followed by baked black fruit, rum raisins and hints of coffee. Completed by soft lingering oak with a hint of dark fruit. ...more

Won a "SILVER" at the California State Fair

100% Estate Fruit

34% Merlot, 27% Zinfandel, 15% Sangiovese, 14% Syrah, 10% Touriga Nacional

Clautiere Vineyard
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2003 Mon Rouge
Paso Robles

Our seductress is once again upon us. She brings those familiar cedar lined humidors for you to choose your favorite smoke. A vase of dried violets catches the evening breeze. She ...morefeeds you black and blue berries before touching up her cinnamon lime lipstick. It’s simply unbelievable. 49% Syrah, 49% Cab S., 2% Mourvedre, 14.6% Alc.

$30.00  
Clautiere Vineyard
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2003 Mon Beau Rouge
Paso Robles

Crimson hues capture your eye while decadent cherries tumble over plums into a hand carved wooden bowl. The smoke curls up through a brick red chimney as you sink back into a large ...more leather chair. As she enters the room the air is fresh and the silkiness of her touch gently caresses your entire soul. 52% Syrah, 25% Grenache, 18% Counoise, 5% Mourvedre, 14.8% Alc. Online purchase only.

$29.00  
Clautiere Vineyard
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2003 Grand Rouge
Paso Robles

Once again this Grand Dame has so much to say as she gazes into her mosaic ball. A forest of black walnuts is cornered by small clusters of cedar and oak. Bushels of berries are su ...morerrounded by a field of dried violets and delicate spices. Take the time to walk through this painting and fill your senses with all she has to offer. 49% Syrah, 22% Cab Sauv., 14% Grenache, 10% Counoise, 3% Mourvedre, 2% Viognier, 14.8% Alc.

$33.00  
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Labeled with an image from the brush of artist and Buttonwood partner Seyburn Zorthian, Hawk Red is named for one of the "natural partners" that populate the Buttonwood Farm Vineyard. As harvest draws near, hawks can be seen circling high above the vineyard, performing the essential service of disco ...

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