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2018 J. W. Morris California Chardonnay

2018 J. W. Morris California Chardonnay

According to the J.W. Morris website: "The J.W. Morris Chardonnay starts off with notes of pears, green apples and butterscotch on the nose. These aromatics ultimately lead to flavors of vanilla and caramel, along with pineapple, citrus and a hint of oak. This wine pairs very well with poultry and seafood dishes. It goes especially well with cedar-plank-grilled salmon."

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¥ 1,300
2017 Brander Los Olivos District Sauvignon Blanc (375ml)

2017 Brander Los Olivos District Sauvignon Blanc (375ml)

Brander’s most recent release of our favorite Sauvignon Blanc has arrived in a convenient 375 ml bottle. Unlike previous vintages this one adds complexity with 2% Pinot Grigio, 1% Semillon, and 1% Riesling. The winery describes this release as “rich, plush, and brimming with a tropical exuberance, leading with a nose of passionfruit, honeydew melon, and hibiscus blossom, while flavors of white nectarine and guava round out the deliciously ripe palate.” Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate notes it “offers up aromas and flavors of gooseberry and flowers, with a spritzy, medium-bodied palate and a slightly yeasty finish.” Come spring, you will surely want a bottle or more for your picnic hamper.

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¥ 1,600
2017 Three Thieves California Pinot Grigio

2017 Three Thieves California Pinot Grigio

Crisp, fresh, and flavorful, this Pinot Grigio is a perfect aperitif for casual gatherings with family or friends. To enhance the best characteristics of this varietal, the wine was cold fermented in stainless steel without undergoing any malolactic fermentation. As a result, bright aromas, fresh fruit flavors and crisp, refreshing acidity make for a wine that’s so good, it’s a steal!

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¥ 1,900
2017 Three Thieves California Chardonnay

2017 Three Thieves California Chardonnay

A crisp Chardonnay priced for everyday drinking that delivers flavor and pleasure. What’s not to like? Sourcing 52% of the fruit from Lodi and the Sacramento River delta and the 48% from the Central Coast, the Three Thieves produced a wine with a bright golden color and pure tropical fruit flavors. It’s a clean, crisp wine with a bit of everything we like in California Chardonnay - some citrus and some tropical fruit, a bit of toasty oak, a dab of creaminess to the texture, and a medium body. Try this delicious Chardonnay with caesar salad, crab cakes or pasta with creamy sauces. 

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¥ 1,900
2017 Castle Rock Central Coast Chardonnay

2017 Castle Rock Central Coast Chardonnay

The grapes for this enticing Chardonnay were sourced from excellent vineyards located up and down the Central Coast, a region characterized by a perfect combination of sunshine, fog and ocean breezes. It’s conditions such as these that produce Chardonnay that balances intense flavor with bright acidity. In 2017, the winter brought bountiful rains, finally ending a multi-year drought. Though warm temperatures often fluctuated with cool spells, the harvest arrived a bit later than it had in recent years, giving grapes more time to ripen. Rich, ripe and fruity, this Chardonnay will pair well with fish, poultry and lightly sauced entrees.

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¥ 2,000
2017 Cline "Farmhouse" White

2017 Cline "Farmhouse" White

The Farmhouse on the label is located at the Green String Farm in Petaluma (about 15 km from Cline Cellars). What it represents, however, is a philosophy and practice of viticulture that is “beyond sustainable.” No pesticides, herbicides or artificial fertilizers are used; sheep and goats control the weeds, and friendly insects prey upon harmful ones. Sustainable farming not only keeps the vineyards healthy but produces beautiful fruit for these delicious wines. Fred Cline has been farming the Green String way since 2001. In 2017, the blend consists of 41% Palomino, 25% Muscat Canelli, 22% Roussanne, 6% Marsanne, 5% Viognier and 1% Riesling. It’s a crisp, bright wine that delivers great value for the price. Farmhouse White pairs well with appetizers such as ripe tomatoes and mozzarella, salads with extra-virgin olive oil, Asian cuisine and fish dishes.

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¥ 2,000
2017 Castle Rock Mendocino County Sauvignon Blanc

2017 Castle Rock Mendocino County Sauvignon Blanc

The vineyards planted on hills and plains along the headwaters of the Russian River that flow through Mendocino County make for a sublime pastoral landscape. Featuring alluvial soils and a climate of warm summers and cool autumns, these vineyards produce crisp, aromatic Sauvignon Blanc. Aromas of citrus and pineapple and crisp flavors of lemon and peach make this wine an excellent choice for lunch, an aperitif or a casual dinner of spicy chicken, Asian salads or seafood.

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¥ 2,000
2017 Cline Sonoma Coast Pinot Gris

2017 Cline Sonoma Coast Pinot Gris

Like the Pinot Gris of Alsace, Cline’s Pinot Gris delivers freshness and elegance along with pure and fresh stone fruit and citrus flavors. In the Sonoma Coast region, temperatures remain cool for most of the summer as the sun tends to burn off the ocean fog for just a few hours in the afternoons. But vineyards in this climate produce grapes with intense fruit flavors and bright acidity as well as minerality picked up from the diverse clay and rocky soils. For maximum freshness and pure fruit flavors, Cline makes this wine entirely in stainless steel - without oak barrel aging. Pour a glass while making dinner or serve with lighter fare such as quiche or fish with tarragon-butter sauce.

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¥ 2,200
2018 Cline North Coast Viognier

2018 Cline North Coast Viognier

Until around 30 years ago, Viognier was little known outside the Northern Rhone Valley. But when people discovered the variety’s combination of heady aromatics and powerful body, production began to spread from Southern France to North America, Australia and New Zealand. A finicky grape to cultivate, it requires a proper balance of cool nights and warm days in order to preserve acidity and create the distinctive texture. The fruit in this offering was sourced from eight vineyards across the AVA, from Mendocino to Carneros and the Sonoma Coast. A full-bodied wine with vibrant flavors, it offers a lush mouth-feel, crisp finish, and mouth watering acidity that would pair well with Gruyere or Camembert cheese, sushi, or tarragon chicken. 

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¥ 2,200
2017 SeaGlass Santa Barbara County Sauvignon Blanc

2017 SeaGlass Santa Barbara County Sauvignon Blanc

A perfect summer evening gets started with Seaglass Sauvignon Blanc. It’s fresh, a bit tart and loaded with lemon, lime, pear, gooseberries and even fresh cut grass. The key to all that flavor lies in the geology of Santa Barbara County, where maritime breezes blow the fog inland through valleys that run from west to east. Cool nights and mornings and sunny afternoons allow grapes balance acidity with a melange of flavor and minerality. The winemaking at Seaglass keeps the delicate flavors forward, fresh and crisp, and the affordable price suggests keeping plenty of bottles on hand for any occasion. Pair this wine with crab cakes, scallops or seafood pasta for a lively lunch.

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¥ 2,300
2017 Joel Gott California Sauvignon Blanc

2017 Joel Gott California Sauvignon Blanc

No. 62 in the Wine Spectator's Top 100 for 2018, Joel Gott’s 2017 Sauvignon Blanc  charms with layers of crisp citrus and delicate notes of pear and peach. Vineyards from up and down the state contributed special qualities in the making of this “California” wine. Napa and marine-influenced Monterrey fruit provided stone fruit and tropical aromatics while those in Lake County added refreshing citrus. The Santa Barbara region contributed minerality and structure from the diverse and rocky soils of Santa Ynez and Happy Canyon. 2017 started with significant amounts of much-needed rain. A warm summer led to an early harvest and grapes with excellent acidity and concentration. This Sauvignon Blanc is crisp and flavorful and will accompany a wide range of salads and casual dishes with chicken, fish or pork.

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¥ 2,300
2017 SeaGlass Monterey/Santa Barbara County Riesling

2017 SeaGlass Monterey/Santa Barbara County Riesling

There’s a reason why Riesling is a favorite of the ABC (Anything But Chardonnay) crowd. Pleasing fruit and floral aromas, bright flavors, mouthwatering acidity and conspicuous minerality coalesce into a light to medium-bodied wine that excels either as an aperitif or as a dinner wine. Better still: Riesling pairs well with spicy foods and salads, making it a perfect wine for an active lifestyle. Yet finding a location with the right conditions for Riesling is difficult - especially in California. Seaglass Riesling comes from cool vineyards in Monterey and Santa Barbara counties, where the coastal breezes and low rainfall encourage the grapes to develop the aromatics, vibrance and minerality we look for in a Riesling. The distinctive blue glass bottle signals a casual spirit, but this wine will add a refreshing dimension to spicy dishes, smoked salmon or lobster salad.

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¥ 2,300
2017 Saintsbury Carneros Chardonnay (375ml)

2017 Saintsbury Carneros Chardonnay (375ml)

The secret to this energetic and zesty Chardonnay is the Carneros terroir of gentle rolling hills and flats, loam and clay soils, and, above all, a bank of fog that rolls in regularly from San Pablo Bay. But vineyards planted to over ten clones of Chardonnay and decades of winemaking experience also shape the complexity and nuance of this wine. Burgundian techniques such as sur lie aging and battonage extract flavor and ensure that fruit and natural acidity remain in perfect balance. While winter rains were plenty and temperatures moderate for most of the summer, the 2017 harvest was a challenge - not least due to the great fires in October. Fortunately, the grapes for this wine had long been picked by that time. The wine is a moderate 13.5% alcohol and tastes fresh and zippy. It will pair well with braised chicken with lemon and olives, grilled whole fish, or creamy cheeses. The 375 ml bottle size will open up your meals to more creative wine choices!

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¥ 2,700
2006 Trois Voyelles Dry Creek Valley Sauvignon Blanc

2006 Trois Voyelles Dry Creek Valley Sauvignon Blanc

Lovers of white wines with the notes that develop with age should check out this Sauvignon Blanc from the 2006 vintage. The Dry Creek Valley features a climate that’s cooler than the Alexander Valley but not cold like Sonoma’s Petaluma Gap or Russian River AVAs; hence, Sauvignon Blanc does not have to be made in a crisp, Sancerre-like style. Indeed, the producers of Trois Voyelles clearly had white Bordeaux in mind when they made this wine. Fermented and aged in French oak and at least partially put through malolactic fermentation, this is a wine that has mellowed well into a mature state. Golden colored, this Sauvignon Blanc seduces with its rich, full body as well as aromas of guava, apricots, white raisins and dried herbs. A mouthfilling palate follows with ripe pineapple as well as notes of butter and toast that last long in a luxurious finish. Fans of Rombauer Chardonnay may find this mature Sauvignon Blanc similarly seductive and compelling with new surprises that emerge in each sip. 

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¥ 2,900
2017 Brander Los Olivos District Sauvignon Blanc

2017 Brander Los Olivos District Sauvignon Blanc

Year after year, Brander delivers Sauvignon Blanc that’s consistently clean, crisp and classic. In 2017, the estate vineyard supplied 50% of the fruit while 40% was sourced from the Mesa Verde Vineyard, a cool spot located just 15 km from the Pacific Ocean. Unlike previous vintages this one adds complexity with 2% Pinot Grigio, 1% Semillon, and 1% Riesling. The winery describes this release as “rich, plush, and brimming with a tropical exuberance, leading with a nose of passionfruit, honeydew melon, and hibiscus blossom, while flavors of white nectarine and guava round out the deliciously ripe palate.” Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate notes it “offers up aromas and flavors of gooseberry and flowers, with a spritzy, medium-bodied palate and a slightly yeasty finish.” Pair this wine with goat cheeses and you won’t go wrong!

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¥ 2,900
2015 Lawer Betsy's Vineyard Viognier

2015 Lawer Betsy's Vineyard Viognier

Located in the hills of the Knight’s Valley AVA, northwest of Calistoga, estate-owned Betsy’s Vineyard is cooled by late afternoon breezes. Viognier grapes are hand-harvested and pressed as whole clusters before fermentation in French oak barrels. The nose offers a complex melange of lively peach, caramelized lemon, jasmine and honeysuckle while the palate is light, clean and crisp, delighting with flavors of peach and apricot.

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¥ 2,900
2017 Joel Gott Chardonnay California

2017 Joel Gott Chardonnay California

Joel Gott’s elegant and affordable Chardonnay comes from vineyards in Monterey and Santa Barbara, where the cool coastal climate retains fresh acidity, making the wine so easy to pair with food. Additional fruit from Napa and Sonoma added tropical notes, minerality as well as texture and viscosity. With such gorgeous fruit, Gott wondered, why add oak? Hence, the wine is fermented and aged in stainless steel and a small amount of neutral oak and not put through malolactic fermentation. The result is a Chardonnay with backbone, fresh acidity and the pure fruit flavors that help make dining a real pleasure. Shellfish, steamed or grilled fish, risotto or pasta with fresh vegetables all spring to mind as pairings with this wine.

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¥ 3,000
2016 Cline North Coast Roussanne Marsanne

2016 Cline North Coast Roussanne Marsanne

Vintners in the Rhone Valley have long known that Roussane and Marsanne are fantastic blend partners, able to combine into a white wine that’s delightfully aromatic yet rich and well-bodied. While Marsanne provides depth, body, richness and nuttiness, Roussanne adds acidity as well as floral and fruity aromatics. The result is a rich and elegant wine to be enjoyed with meals. Both varieties are rare in California. The Marsanne comes from a small corner of Cline’s Carneros estate while the Roussanne is sourced from vineyards in the Sonoma Coast as well as Lake County. The combination of citrus, tropical fruit and full-bodied vitality suggests smoked fish, grilled salmon, or even curried or stir-fried dishes. Cline is one of a handful in California making wine from Marsanne and Roussanne; those looking to move beyond the typical whites should give this one a try!

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¥ 3,000
2016 Barrique Sonoma County Chardonnay

2016 Barrique Sonoma County Chardonnay

In 2016, conditions in the Sonoma Coast AVA were excellent for making the perfect Barrique Chardonnay: a lively, zesty wine that balances California richness with Burgundian-like structure. Weeks of cool weather allowed the grapes to ripen slowly and develop excellent acidity and flavor. Sourcing grapes from three of Sonoma’s famous wine valleys – Russian River, Alexander and Sonoma – the winemakers set out to emphasize the purity of the Chardonnay fruit as well as the richness of the terroir. Although it was bottled after just four months in French oak, this wine went through both primary and complete malolactic fermentation in barrel. Hence, this Chardonnay is both zesty and rich, with both crisp stone fruit and creamy lemon flavors with just a hint of nutty toast. 

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¥ 3,300
2017 J Vineyards & Winery California Pinot Gris

2017 J Vineyards & Winery California Pinot Gris

Like a youth growing up in the California sunshine, J Pinot Gris is complex without being too serious and can brighten our day with ripe fruit, refreshing acidity and a luscious texture. The fruit is sourced from a combination of warm and cool locations – Lodi, Clarksburg and the Russian River Valley. Made entirely in stainless steel and without malolactic fermentation, the wine offers a bright and refreshing mouthful of citrus, pineapple, Asian pear and a touch of honey. J Pinot Gris offers a great way to end an afternoon or start a meal. The acidity and bold flavors will pair well with Couscous salad, Thai soup, crab cakes or sashimi.

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¥ 3,300