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2020 Bodkin

2020 Bodkin "The Victor's Spoils" Sauvignon Blanc

Bodkin’s Sauvignon Blanc is sourced from growers in Lake and Sonoma counties. A medium-bodied crowd-pleaser, the wine is relatively low in alcohol and bursts with refreshing citrus fruit flavors. The Bodkin winery recommends “live music, sunny days and fresh cuisine” as a suitable pairing. “To the victor go the spoils!” Wine lovers win out with this fresh and energetic Sauvignon Blanc.

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¥2,970 (incl. tax)
2019 Barrique Sonoma Coast Chardonnay

2019 Barrique Sonoma Coast Chardonnay

2019 Barrique Chardonnay is a lively, zesty wine that balances California richness with Burgundian-like structure. 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. Bottled after 9 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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¥3,630 (incl. tax)
2021 Head High Sonoma County Chardonnay

2021 Head High Sonoma County Chardonnay

Bright and zesty Head High Chardonnay is a luscious and mouthwatering white wine bursting with ripe pear and green apple flavors. And even though it’s made from excellent Sonoma County fruit, it’s available for a price that’s lower than one would expect. The secret lies in Bill Price’s excellent connections with owners of top, cool-climate Sonoma vineyards, who sell him their fruit at extremely friendly prices. The wine is fermented and aged in stainless steel, and, unlike most Chardonnay, does not undergo malolactic fermentation. The flavors stay crisp and fresh— more apple and lemon than tropical fruit and buttery. Even so, this wine is full-bodied and luscious in its mouthfeel. An excellent choice with Thai-style grilled chicken.

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¥3,630 (incl. tax)
2018 Barrique Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon

2018 Barrique Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon

Brack Mountain’s goal for labels such as Barrique is to make high quality but affordable wine from esteemed vineyard sites in Sonoma County using old world methods, such as picking fruit at lower brix (for brighter acidity), using low temperature fermentations using indigenous/vineyard yeasts, and aging in neutral French oak. Developed for the restaurant trade in particular, Barrique Cabernet Sauvignon enhances a meal without overwhelming the flavors in the dish. The deep purple color and dark berry flavors derive from the winery’s method of sourcing fruit from both warm and cool sites in the Dry Creek and Knight’s valleys, gently destemming - but not crushing - the grapes before giving them an extended maceration of 21 days. The aromas and flavors of blackberries, plums and toasty notes are wrapped in an elegant structure of fresh, silky tannins and moderate alcohol. 

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¥3,630 (incl. tax)
2018 Bench Sonoma County Chardonnay

2018 Bench Sonoma County Chardonnay

Bench is a Russian River Chardonnay crafted in a style that’s bright, refreshing, and lightly-oaked. Two vineyards provided the fruit in this wine: Bazzano, with plantings going back to the 1970s, and Fidelis, a newer vineyard located near Windsor. Fermented and aged only partially in oak, Bench Chardonnay is made in a crisp, approachable style that emphasizes the purity, natural acidity and minerality of the fruit. It would pair well with seared scallops or grilled sea bass. 

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¥3,850 (incl. tax)
2019 Head High Sonoma County Pinot Noir

2019 Head High Sonoma County Pinot Noir

Here’s a pure, unadulterated Pinot Noir that expresses all the bright but deep characteristics that make this noble variety so hard to pin down - much less stop drinking! Sealing the deal is a price that’s far lower that one would expect from a wine of this pedigree and quality. Head High is sourced from five vineyards in the Russian River, Bennett Valley, Petaluma Gap, and Sonoma Valley AVAs. Some of these sites see plenty of fog all summer, producing fruit that’s bright, refreshing and high in acidity. Sunnier days at the other vineyards produce fruit with higher sugars and darker flavors for intensity, richness and depth. All the vineyards have such great reputations that several of Sonoma’s best producers buy the grapes for their top wines. The bright red fruit, crisp acidity and power of this wine all stand out. Serving slightly chilled will help mute the sharp edges. 

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¥4,070 (incl. tax)
2016 Oeno Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon

2016 Oeno Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon

Fans of wines made in the footsteps of “In Pursuit of Balance” will find much to love in this well-balanced Cabernet that isn’t overripe, high in alcohol, or made with excessive oak. The source is a head-trained, 40 year-old vineyard. The grapes were destemmed but pressed as whole berries and fermented with native yeast, followed by aging in neutral French Oak to preserve the varietal fruit character. Ripe and rich with just a hint of vanilla, this is Cabernet that harkens back to the days when California wines graced big family tables, accenting the meal and and supporting, but never dominating, the conversation.

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¥4,730 (incl. tax)
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NV Piper Sonoma Brut Rose Sonoma County

NV Piper Sonoma Brut Rose Sonoma County

A product of the cool Russian River Valley, Piper Sonoma’s Brut Rosé is crisp and fragrant, a delight to the eyes, nose and palate. While the blend of 54% Chardonnay, 39% Pinot Noir, and 7% Pinot Meunier differs little from the Brut in its ratio of white to red grapes, the cuvée includes a dash of Pinot Noir still wine, and the gorgeous pink color and tantalizing floral notes and red berry aromas are the result. A sparkling wine that will turn any gathering into an occasion, the Brut Rosé will pair well with sashimi, Thai duck curry, or most anything laid out to nibble on before a meal. 

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¥4,950 (incl. tax)
NV Piper Sonoma Brut Sonoma County

NV Piper Sonoma Brut Sonoma County

Piper Sonoma Brut is made in the the traditional manner of the Champagne region in France. The grapes, a classic blend of 60% Chardonnay, 15% Pinot Noir and 25% Pinot Meunier, are hand-harvested early in the season in order to ensure high acidity and low potential alcohol. Lots from vineyards in Sonoma, Carneros and Dry Creek Valley are fermented separately in stainless steel. In early winter, the wines are tasted and painstakingly blended in order to create a cuvée that maintains consistency with earlier vintages. The final blend is bottled with bit of yeast and sweetness to kick off the second fermentation inside each bottle. After 18 months of aging on the lees and further blending with 20 – 25% reserve wines (hence, the non-vintage dating), this delightful sparkling wine is ready to drink. Combining the sophistication and elegance of fine Champagne with the sunshine and bright fruit of California, Piper Sonoma offers value that says “no special occasion necessary!”  

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¥4,950 (incl. tax)
NV Piper Sonoma Blanc de Blancs Sonoma County

NV Piper Sonoma Blanc de Blancs Sonoma County

Most Champagne is a blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, with some other varieties, such as Pinot Meunier and Pinot Blanc, allowed as well. Somewhat less common are the styles called Blanc de Noirs - the “white of blacks” - and the Blanc de Blancs - the white Champagne made exclusively from white grapes. Piper Sonoma follows these traditions, fashioning its Blanc de Blancs from a blend of 75% Chardonnay and 25% Pinot Blanc. This is an elegant wine, bright and fresh with lovely mineral notes, green apple and citrus flavors. A perfect match for oysters or sashimi, shellfish or even spring rolls and fried calamari. 

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¥4,950 (incl. tax)
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