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NV Grand Cru Vineyards California Merlot

NV 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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¥1,430 (incl. tax)
NV Grand Cru Vineyards California Cabernet Sauvignon

NV Grand Cru Vineyards California Cabernet Sauvignon

A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and other varieties, here’s a quaffable, easy drinking California red wine that you can open any day of the week. It starts with a rich, dark color and pleases with black cherry, raspberry and vanilla and tannins that are soft and layered. This wine pairs well with both aged cheddar and Gouda cheeses as well as rack of lamb, steak, or pasta in a marinara sauce.

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¥1,430 (incl. tax)
NV Grand Cru Vineyards California Pinot Noir

NV Grand Cru Vineyards California Pinot Noir

A Pinot Noir that’s priced for all occasions, it is medium-bodied, not high in alcohol (12.5%) and has plenty of flavor. Ruby-colored in the glass, it offers raspberry, cherry and a hint of vanilla on the nose, flavors of cherry and plum, and a soft velvety finish. An excellent choice with appetizers and main courses, you might try it with Brie, goat cheese and smoked salmon – or even lamb shanks and pork tenderloin. 

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¥1,430 (incl. tax)
2019 Joel Gott
2021 Three Thieves California Pinot Noir

2021 Three Thieves California Pinot Noir

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¥2,310 (incl. tax)
2020 Three Thieves California Cabernet Sauvignon

2020 Three Thieves California Cabernet Sauvignon

Like all the Three Thieves wines, the 2020 Cabernet was made to open with abandon and enjoy with friends or family. Sourced from vineyards around Monterrey as well as 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, gallery openings, or quiet evenings at home.

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¥2,310 (incl. tax)
2019 Cline Sonoma Coast Syrah

2019 Cline Sonoma Coast Syrah

With years of practice, Cline Cellars has clearly mastered the secret to making gorgeously aromatic and succulent Syrah. The violets, coffee and black pepper on the nose - not to mention the structure and savory meaty notes on the palate — could suggest a coveted vintage from the Northern Rhone. But this is a California wine that’s priced to enjoy everyday. 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. A light but deft hand at winemaking maintains the purity of the fruit with just a short period of time in oak. Take in the aromas of black pepper and savory herbs, flavors of licorice, olive and boysenberry, and try not to pour a second glass!

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¥2,530 (incl. tax)
2019 Castle Rock Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

2019 Castle Rock Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

If “Washington State” brings to mind gray skies and rainy days, you clearly know little about the largest AVA in the Northwest, the Columbia Valley. Indeed, the Columbia Valley is bathed in sunshine for over 300 days a year and gets about as much rain as the Mohave Desert. On the other hand, at 46° N, it shares the same latitude as the great French wine-growing regions of Bordeaux and Burgundy, allowing for long summer days and a lengthy growing season. The Columbia Valley’s combination of a long growing season, rich volcanic soils, and plenty of mountain run-off for nurturing vines in the dry climate produce bold and nuanced wines, full of structure and balanced acidity. Produced from vineyards on south-facing hillsides, Castle Rock’s Cabernet Sauvignon is rich, structured and supple. Perfect for summer barbecue!

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¥2,530 (incl. tax)
2018 Castle Rock
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2018 Castle Rock "Old Vine" Lodi Zinfandel

Located 2 hours east of San Francisco in the San Joaquin Valley, Lodi does not exactly spring to mind as a California wine region. Yet Lodi has had vineyards since the 1850s and currently accounts for 25% of all wine grapes produced in California and 40% of California Zinfandel. Of course, Lodi produces a lot of bargain-priced supermarket wine. But as Lodi’s many old vine vineyards are being shifted away from producing bulk wine, the region’s reputation for bold, full-bodied, and delicious Zinfandel has been growing ever higher. According to the winery, the Old Vine Zinfandel “has aromas of ripe bing cherry, anise and boysenberry jam. On the palate it has rounded tannins, carries a note of raspberry, and finishes with a hint of caramel. It provides an excellent accompaniment to grilled chicken, steak or lamb and most pasta dishes.”

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¥2,530 (incl. tax)
2020 Cline

2020 Cline "Old Vine" Lodi Zinfandel

Lodi may be less familiar than Sonoma County or Napa Valley, but this laid-back district east of the Bay Area has been producing wine since the 1850s. Responsible for over 40% of California’s premium Zin, Lodi is the true Zinfandel Capital of the World. Zinfandel thrives in Lodi’s summer climate of hot days and cool nights. And because of the unique sandy soils, vines in the older vineyards escaped being ravaged by phylloxera 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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¥2,530 (incl. tax)
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2019 Castle Rock California Petite Sirah

2019 Castle Rock California 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. According to the winery, “this fruity wine is inky and dark plum in color with aromas of blackberry, highlighted by toffee notes and a touch of plum jam. On the palate, it has a robust structure with lively pomegranate notes and hints of mocha on the long harmonious finish. It makes an excellent accompaniment to beef, game, spicy grilled foods and charbroiled meats.” Spice up your weekday meals with this lively red! Great for weekend barbecues, too!

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¥2,530 (incl. tax)
2017 Castle Rock Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon

2017 Castle Rock Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon

Located between Monterrey and Santa Barbara, the Paso Robles AVA is not among the Central Coast’s cooler climates. Indeed, the Santa Lucia Mountain Range that forms the AVA’s western border, shields most of Paso Robles AVA from coastal fog and winds, which is why Zinfandel, Syrah, and the late-ripening Cabernet Sauvignon feature prominently among Paso Robles wineries. On the other hand, because Paso Robles features the widest day-to-night temperature swing in California, red wines develop complex flavors over a long growing season. Diverse soils are another key feature of Paso Robles: granite, marine, and volcanic rocks, calcareous shales and sandstone can often be found within the same vineyard block! With Castle Rock’s Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon, you get a classic, dark, rich Cab at a price that merits midweek drinking. Pair it with beef, lamb, or even spaghetti Bolognese.

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¥2,750 (incl. tax)
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