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2016 J. W. Morris California Merlot

2016 J. W. Morris California Merlot

Here’s a wine that answers the question of what to serve at a large function, event or festival, where the budget demands the wine be low in price but still taste good. J.W. Morris Merlot is a juicy, fruit-forward wine that’s soft and highly quaffable. Aromas and flavors of sweet cherries and red plums are rounded out with notes of vanilla bean and mocha. It will add charm to a wide range of casual fare such as burgers, hot dogs, pastas or Tex-Mex. 

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¥1,300
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2017 J. W. Morris California Cabernet Sauvignon

2017 J. W. Morris California Cabernet Sauvignon

Compared with the higher-end Cabernets that Hotei Wines offers, J.W. Morris Cabernet Sauvignon is lighter-bodied and less layered in its complexity and depth. On the other hand, for the price, it’s a bright red wine, alive with red and dark fruit flavors, with enough acid and tannic structure to accompany a meal. An excellent choice for weekday meals, casual gatherings, or events at which a large number of guests expect a nice glass of wine.

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¥1,300
2017 Cline

2017 Cline "Old Vine" Lodi Zinfandel (375ml)

What to open on those nights you dine alone or with another….. Cline’s Old Vine Zin in the 375 ml bottle is the easy answer! Situated at the northern end of the San Joaquin Valley, Lodi has been in viticulture since the 1850s and stands out in particular for its delectable, voluptuous Zinfandels. The grapes for this rich and complex red wine come from several vineyards planted in the 1940s and 1960s in the Mokelumne River AVA, one of Lodi’s seven sub-AVAs. According to the winery, “Lodi Zinfandel is a challenging and rewarding wine to make. Amazing old vine fruit, detailed selection criteria and master blending show in the final wine. A wide array of jammy strawberry and plum aromas followed by black cherry, strawberry and vanilla flavors lead to a smooth and lengthy finish.” Try it with dishes with bold flavors: chili con carne, penne all’arrabbiata,  baby back ribs, lamb chops with Thai peanut sauce, or anything off the grill!

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¥1,550
2018 Three Thieves California Cabernet Sauvignon

2018 Three Thieves California Cabernet Sauvignon

The underlying philosophy of the Three Thieves is that fine wine is not a privilege reserved for the aristocracy but a pleasure that all of us can enjoy. Sourced 34% from coastal vineyards and 66% from Lodi, this is a California Cabernet that’s smooth and approachable, full-bodied but firm and full of flavor. Those features and the low price make it a great wine for all sorts of occasions: big weekend barbecues, cocktail parties, company events or gallery openings.

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¥1,900
2019 Three Thieves California Pinot Noir
2018 Cline

2018 Cline "Farmhouse" Red

Cline’s Farmhouse label celebrates the Green String Farm in Petaluma, a center dedicated to studying methods of farming that are "beyond sustainable." These same methods guide the viticultural practices at Cline Cellars so that the vineyards will remain bountiful for decades to come. Farmhouse 2018 consists of Zinfandel, Syrah, Carignane, Mourvèdre, and Grenache. Oak barrel aging integrates the flavors and other components, producing a wine that’s bright but full-bodied with jammy berry flavors and soft tannins. It's hard to believe such a fine and distinctive wine is available at such a reasonable price! Try this with a steak - beef or tuna would satisfy equally - or a rustic pasta with plenty of mushrooms.

 

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¥2,000
2018 Cline

2018 Cline "Old Vine" Lodi Zinfandel

Lodi may be less familiar than Sonoma County or Napa Valley, but this laid-back, non-touristy district been producing wine since the 1850s. Located at the northern tip of the San Joaquin Valley – east of the Bay Area – Lodi is considered the Zinfandel Capital of the World because it produces over 40% of California’s premium Zin. The grape thrives in Lodi’s summer climate of hot days and cool nights. And because of the unique sandy soils, the ancient vines escaped the ravages of the phylloxera louse and remain planted on their own vinifera roots. The grapes for this rich and complex red wine come from several vineyards planted in the 1940s and 1960s in the Mokelumne River AVA, one of Lodi’s seven sub-AVAs. By carefully selecting and blending the fruit, Cline produces a lush and juicy Zin in which fruit, acidity and tannin are in excellent balance. The rich berry flavors and smooth structure suggest excellent pairing with bold-flavored foods such as penne putanesca, grilled meats or chili con carne. 

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¥2,200
2018 Cline Sonoma Coast Syrah

2018 Cline Sonoma Coast Syrah

While Syrah has made it’s way into vineyards throughout California, only the influence of a cool climate will bring out a delicate perfume of violets, pepper and savory spice. Cline Cellars sources its Syrah exclusively from estate vineyards in Sonoma’s newest AVA, the Petaluma Gap, where the climate gives the wine fresh acidity, pure fruit and a vibrant mouthfeel. Take in the aromas of black pepper and savory herbs, flavors of licorice, olive and boysenberry and try not pour a second glass! Cline fans may notice the change in appellation (from Sonoma County to Sonoma Coast), the redesigned label and the more substantial bottle. The wine seems heftier, too, with more structured acidity and serious tannins holding up the myriad flavors. What hasn’t changed is the price, making Cline’s Sonoma Coast Syrah one of the great bargains around today!

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¥2,200
2017 Castle Rock Paso Robles Petite Sirah

2017 Castle Rock Paso Robles Petite Sirah

Not to be confused with Syrah, Petite Sirah (a.k.a. Durif) has been part of California winemaking since the earliest days – whether in the “field blends” of the pioneers or as a varietal wine more recently. Black-skinned and high in tannin and acidity, it can add structure and freshness to red blends or produce a lovely varietal that's hearty, age-worthy and generous with dark fruit, spice and floral notes. Paso Robles has a Mediterranean climate of hot days and cool nights that’s perfect for this grape, and “Paso Petites” have been winning accolades from critics and consumers alike. Castle Rock’s Petite Sirah is dark, full-bodied, deeply concentrated and delicious. What value! Try it with grilled meats, hearty stews or pasta.

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¥2,300
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