Kimberly River Merlot
Made by one of the "cult' winemakers in California (we can't use his name because we sell his own wines at much more per bottle!), Kimberly River wines are our best-values from the Golden State! Suitable for any occasion or meal, they will only enhance whatever food they're served with.
7 Castillos TempranilloCaramel, mocha and chocolate mix with full berry fruit will bounce out of your wine glass. Tasty with a lot of body and structure, a great example of how Riojas are among the wine world’s best values!
Sierra de los Sueños MalbecThis Malbec showcases the exceptional value and approachability of this grape. A soft, drinkable style is accompanied by light oak aging for additional complexity. Firm structure, soft lush tannins and a satisfying end.
Abrazo TempranilloProduced in Northern Spain, this bright, red berry wine expresses the pure character of Tempranillo. A soft, round, juicy red wine, that is a great match with barbecue.
Adalie Chardonnay 2014WOW! A small-production California Chardonnay for under $15. If drinking better is part of your 2017 resolutions, then this wine is for you. Delicate flavors of peach, pear, apple crisp and spice come together for a crisp, fresh finish. Adalie comes from a special winery (we can’t mention who!) but Robert Parker even said this winery “could be the best conceived small winery in Napa Valley, if not the entire state of California.”
Alain Corcia Santenay 1er CruOur friends, Alain and Patricia Corcia, make delicious wines in Burgundy. This wine overdelivers for an elegant expression of Chardonnay. Vibrant citrus fruit on the nose and a juicy, mouthwatering and minerality driven finish.
Alain Corcia JulienasThis wine is the song that comes on and no matter what, you can’t help but to start dancing to. If you want to know, that song for me is Can’t Stop This Feeling By Justin Timberlake. This cru Beaujolais, made from the Gamay grapes, is irresistible and made by my friend, Alain Corcia. - Blake Leonard, Certified Sommelier Juliénas wines are earthy and weighty with a deep ruby red color with aromas of strawberry, violet, cinnamon, red currant and peony. The appellation sits in the far northwest of Beaujolais and due to the diverse terrain, Julienas wines are quite complex. Cru Beaujolais are some of the best valued wines in the world. This wine is well-made, balanced, food-friendly and just DELICIOUS!
Alain Corcia Mâcon VillagesMacon is known for making refreshing, clean, crisp and uncomplicated wines and this is an awesome value for a white burgundy. This charming, fresh and delicate, unoaked Chardonnay has flavors of red apple, melon and citrus fruit. It’s crisp and balanced ending in a clean, lively finish.
Alain Corcia BOURGOGNE ROUGE PINOT NOIRAfter tasting with Alain and his wife Patricia, we knew we had to have this wine. This is a great expression of French Pinot Noir from Burgundy that over delivers on quality!
Alto Vuelo Pinot NoirChile, situated between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes Mountains, makes for an ideal growing region. Ripe fruit and savory flavors, this is a medium-bodied, super food-friendly wine.
Alto Vuelo Reserve Cabernet SauvignonThis has the elegance and finesse of a fine Bordeaux, without the price tag! Full-bodied, ripe black fruit with refined tannins create a long, elegant finish. Pair with grilled meats and any red sauce pasta dishes.
Bartoni Sangiovese 1.5LFruity flavors and hints of cherries and strawberries with some spicy notes. The perfect company with pizza and pasta dishes.
Bartoni PrimitivoPrimitivo variety grows in Puglia (the heel of Italy) which is today known in the United States as Zinfandel. The grape typically produces robust red wines. A nose of licorice and red berries. It is full-bodied, warm and fruity, with rich tannins.
Bartoni ChiantiThis juicy, delicious Sangiovese doles out ripe black cherry, blackberry, white pepper, licorice and earthy herbs. If you love Chianti, you're going to love this one!
Bartoni Chianti ClassicoItalian food without Chianti is almost like having pasta without sauce. It’s just meant to go together. The Sangiovese grape is the most widely planted grape in Italy and is also the star of this wine (and all those labelled Chianti and Chianti Classico). With this wine’s bright red fruity and acidity, there’s a chance this might just become your favorite too. - Blake Leonard, Certified Sommelier
Blokes & Sheilas ShirazShiraz I'll ever be! One of our favorite wines from down under, this Shiraz is vibrant and lush with notes of ripe blackberry fruit. It's full in body and perfect for pairing with meat dishes hot off the grill!
Blokes & Sheilas ChardonnayA spiffy favorite from down under! Lively, fresh tropical fruits with hints of citrus. Full of texture and brightness on the palate. We love it with lighter dishes, like shrimp and chicken.
Cafe du Midi ChardonnayA soft Chardonnay with hints of butter and apricot and ripe pear flavors. And, just touch on acidity on the palate.
Cafe du Midi Sauvignon BlancThere's so much zip in this French white! This Sauvignon Blanc presents tremendous aromatic intensity and features citrusy lime and grapefruit notes. The palate has body and softness with refreshing acidity and a fresh, juicy sensation on the long finish.
Cátulo Garnacha AtlanticaCátulo Garnacha Atlántica has an intense red colour bordering on violet, elegant to the nose, with notes of violets and orange peel. Fresh, sweetish to the mouth and pleasant to the palate, it invites us to continue drinking and to enjoy. Try it with red meats, stews and pasta dishes.
Chateau Calet BordeauxA complex nose of blackberry, blackcurrant and strawberry, spicy tones. Soft and full-bodied, with good structure and acidity, as well as very elegant tannins. It is very long on the palate, with hints of vanilla and cinnamon. A classy Bordeaux.