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2017 Grand Cru Vineyards California Merlot
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2017 Grand Cru Vineyards California Merlot

Comprising 82% Merlot and 18% other varieties, this Merlot is fruit forward, offering flavors of blackberry, plum and vanilla spice. The finish is long and soft with silky tannins. Try this Merlot with duck, steak, or even grilled tuna. As for cheeses, it pairs well with parmesan or provolone. 

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¥1,300
2017 Grand Cru Vineyards California Cabernet Sauvignon
2016 Grand Cru Vineyards California Pinot Noir
2019 Grand Cru Vineyards California Chardonnay
2017 Montevina
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2017 Montevina "Omira Hills" Chardonnay

Omira Hills Chardonnay is sourced not from Amador County but rather from the Lodi region, where Montevina also owns vineyards, as well as the Central Coast. Cool temperatures throughout the growing season allowed the Chardonnay grapes to develop rich and complex flavors as a result of extended “hang time.” The wine was largely fermented in stainless steel and underwent only partial malolactic fermentation. As a result, this is a crisp Chardonnay with a degree of creaminess on the palate. Delicious citrus and tropical fruit aromas and flavors are layered with vanilla bean and almond notes. 

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¥2,400
2019 Dressage Central Coast Chardonnay
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2019 Dressage Central Coast Chardonnay

Dressage is a new label produced by Castle Rock in celebration of 25 years in the business. According to the winery, “the art of Dressage is about the harmony, elegance and balance between horse and rider.” As Castle Rock sees it, the same holds true for winemaking, with the winemaker working to harmonize the grapes, soils and climate into perfect balance. These elements come into sharp focus in this wine, a Chardonnay from select vineyards along the cool Central Coast. Awarded 86 points by the Wine Enthusiast, Dressage Chardonnay pleases with aromas and flavors of apple and citrus with tropical fruit, subtle oak, and vanilla notes. 

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¥2,600
NV Three Mendocino County Sparkling Wine
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NV Three Mendocino County Sparkling Wine

Three Wine Company’s Mendocino Brut is a classic Methode Traditionnelle sparkling wine. It consists of 68% Chardonnay and 32% Pinot Noir from the 2015 vintage. The fruit was sourced from several vineyards in Mendocino County, fermented separately in stainless steel tanks before being assembled into the blend, which included 4.5% from the 2014 vintage for added complexity. As with all classic method sparkling wines, secondary fermentation inside the bottle produces the bubbles while sur lie aging yields the creamy texture and complex flavors. The winery notes, “vivid crisp Gala apple with hints of pear and lemon lead to fresh toasted bread for an elegant dry finish.” An excellent value! Highly recommended for the holidays!

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¥3,500
2018 Ferdinand Garnacha Blanca
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2018 Ferdinand Garnacha Blanca

Move on beyond Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc with another California iteration of a Spanish sipper from Ferdinand! Garnacha Blanca - aka Grenache Blanc - is well-established in Northern Spain and Southern France. Often used to add texture in the local white blends, it also makes a fine varietal wine, prized for aromas of citrus, peach and lemon; chalky minerality and a creamy texture. Having fallen in love with Garnacha back when he made wine in the borderlands between France and Spain, Evan Frazier had long been eyeing the rows of Garnacha growing in the same block that provides his Albariño. In 2018 he was finally offered the grapes he’d coveted for almost a decade. He picks the grapes early to emphasize freshness and maintain bright acidity but also puts the wine through malolactic fermentation and 12-months aging in neutral oak to soften the texture and broaden the flavor profile. As Evan puts it, “This 100% Grenache Blanc goes down easy. The wine has just a touch of ripe fruit while remaining lightly floral with a citrusy grip and perfect texture.” Try it with fish tacos, calamari, prawns, Japanese or other Asian dishes. 

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¥3,600
2019 Ferdinand
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2019 Ferdinand "Poco Tinto"

Evan Frazier’s latest endeavor at bringing Iberia to California is Poco Tinto, a 100% Graciano made so light and fresh as to be perfectly chug-gable. As he puts it, “The concept was to make a light, fresh, early bottled red that can be served chilled if the weather or mood is right. I felt like labeling the wine ‘Poco Tinto’ rather than just varietally as Graciano because, in a certain way, it’s a wine of style rather than variety.” Like the Ferdinand Albariño, the fruit was sourced from the Vista Luna Vineyard in Lodi’s Borden Ranch sub appellation. Winemaking involved early picking for natural acidity and 100% whole cluster carbonic maceration and the result is a wine with fresh aromas of red fruits, roses and a crunchy palate. 

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¥3,600
2019 Casa Petaluma Gap Chardonnay
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2019 Casa Petaluma Gap Chardonnay

Casa is Keller Estate’s new second label that happens to be sourced entirely from their prized La Cruz vineyard in the Petaluma Gap AVA in Sonoma County. Casa is home in Spanish, and the Petaluma Gap is where Keller Estate has proudly made its home for over 20 years. And because it’s so affordable and food-friendly, Casa Chardonnay is also a wine that’s eminently suited for drinking in our homes. Though it sees a bit of oak before release, Casa exudes all the character of a beautiful unwooded Chardonnay. The nose expresses fresh garden pears, accented with white blossoms, while the palate offers a full-bodied rush of grapefruit citrus, green apple and a bare hint of pineapple wrapped in a creamy texture. At the table, Casa Chardonnay would pair well with salmon or halibut or even roast chicken and pork dishes. 

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¥3,700
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