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NV Grand Cru Vineyards California Chardonnay

NV Grand Cru Vineyards California Chardonnay

If inflation is getting you down, you might take comfort that Fred Franzia (owner of Bronco and the Grand Cru winery) once famously said, “There’s no wine worth more than 10 bucks a bottle.” And with Grand Cru Chardonnay, he delivers a white wine that’s remarkably well-balanced, fresh and tasty, and affordable in these times. A blend of 75% Chardonnay, 11% Pinot Grigio, 6% Viognier, and 8% termed “proprietor’s blend,” this wine is perfect for winding down after a busy workday.  According to the winery, “The Grand Cru Chardonnay is a light straw color with pear, melon, and vanilla aromas. Citrus and green apple flavors combine with a silky mouth feel.”

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¥1,430 (incl. tax)
2018 Brander Los Olivos District Sauvignon Blanc (375ml)

2018 Brander Los Olivos District Sauvignon Blanc (375ml)

Clean and crisp, Branders’ Sauvignon Blanc is a classic of the variety and a perennial summertime favorite! But it's not quite 100% as Fred adds a smattering of Pinot Grigio, Semillon, and Riesling to spice up the aromatics or add body to the blend. Crack open the top and relish the zesty citrus mingling with herbal, floral and mineral notes. The 375 ml bottle is a great size for weeknights, picnics, or trips out of town. 

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¥1,760 (incl. tax)
2019 Joel Gott California Sauvignon Blanc (375ml)

2019 Joel Gott California Sauvignon Blanc (375ml)

Because a grape like Sauvignon Blanc can be so influenced by its terroir, Joel Gott crafts this complex wine by sourcing fruit from a variety of regions. In 2019, Napa and Sonoma fruit accounted for the body and viscosity in the blend, while Lake County provided the citrus and marine-influenced Monterrey added the tropical aromatics. Vineyards in the Santa Barbara region contributed minerality and structure from the diverse and rocky soils of Santa Ynez and Happy Canyon. The growing season started a bit later in 2019, leading to a later-than-usual harvest of fresh and well-balanced fruit in September. This Sauvignon Blanc is both rich and crisp and will accompany a wide range of salads and casual dishes with chicken, fish or pork.

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¥1,815 (incl. tax)
2020 Castle Rock California Sauvignon Blanc

2020 Castle Rock California Sauvignon Blanc

Castle Rock Sauvignon Blanc is fresh, crisp, and refreshing, a zesty wine that tastes great before or during a meal. The low price means you can keep plenty of bottles on hand for weekdays or for large gatherings. The grapes are sourced from California vineyards with excellent conditions for this variety. The winery describes “aromas of lemongrass, grapefruit and lemon thyme with a hint of minerality. On the palate, it is lively and fresh, with balanced acidity and flavors of pineapple and mandarin, with a lingering citrus zest.” Try it with seafood, chicken, salads, and vegetable dishes.

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¥2,200 (incl. tax)
2020 Cline

2020 Cline "Farmhouse" White

Cline Cellars’ 2020 Farmhouse White is an intriguing blend of Pinot Gris, Muscat Canelli, Palomino, Marsanne, and Viognier. And don’t be fooled into thinking the low price reflects character; it’s as rich, complex, and tasty as many a prestige label. The Farmhouse brand honors the Green String Farm in Petaluma (about 15 km from Cline Cellars), where a “beyond sustainable” philosophy of agriculture is taught to students from around the world. Since 2001, Fred Cline has been farming the Green String way, using no pesticides, herbicides or artificial fertilizers; controlling weeds with sheep and goats, and encouraging friendly insects to prey upon harmful ones. 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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¥2,200 (incl. tax)
2019 Three Thieves California Chardonnay

2019 Three Thieves California Chardonnay

A crisp Chardonnay priced for everyday drinking that delivers flavor and pleasure. What’s not to like? With a bright golden color, Three Thieves Chardonnay is clean and crisp 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. Partial malolactic fermentation softens tart flavors while keeping the flavors pure. Fermentation on American and French oak imparts a note of spice. Try this delicious Chardonnay with caesar salad, crab cakes, or pasta with creamy sauces. 

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¥2,200 (incl. tax)
2020 Three Thieves California Pinot Grigio

2020 Three Thieves California Pinot Grigio

Three Thieves 2020 Pinot Grigio is a wine so crisp, so tasty, and so affordable that it should be your “go to” wine of the summer. After work, before or over dinner, at weekend lunches, with guests or all alone, this is a Pinot Grigio for any time that calls for a chilled white wine. To enhance the best characteristics of this varietal, the Thieves ferment the pressed juice at cold temperatures in stainless steel and prevent the wine from undergoing 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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¥2,200 (incl. tax)
2019 Castle Rock Central Coast Chardonnay

2019 Castle Rock Central Coast Chardonnay

This Chardonnay is an expression of prime vineyards along the Central Coast, where a favorable maritime climate of sunshine, fog and ocean breezes leads to wines that balance intense flavors with bright acidity. In 2019, Central Coast winemakers hailed a return to the “old normal,” in which a cold winter, followed by a mild spring and summer, led to a harvest that started and ended much later than had recently been the case. Longer “hangtime” enhanced the acidity in the fruit, producing an elegant Chardonnay with a rich, ripe and fruity character. Try it with fish, poultry and lightly sauced entrees.

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¥2,200 (incl. tax)
2021 SeaGlass Central Coast Sauvignon Blanc

2021 SeaGlass Central Coast Sauvignon Blanc

A perfect summer evening kicks off with a glass of Seaglass Sauvignon Blanc. It’s fresh, a bit tart and loaded with lemon, lime, pear, gooseberries, and even fresh-cut grass. The secret to the flavors is the terroir of the Los Alamos Vineyard in Santa Barbara County. Sandy soils radiate warmth, precipitating early bud break, while cool fogs and ocean breezes stretch out the ripening process. These conditions allow grapes to develop a wonderful balance of acidity, flavor, and minerality. Cold primary fermentation and no malolactic fermentation keep the delicate flavors forward, fresh, and crisp, and the affordable price makes enjoying a bottle easy on any occasion. Pair this wine with crab cakes, scallops, or seafood pasta for a lively lunch.

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¥2,530 (incl. tax)
2019 Cline North Coast Viognier

2019 Cline North Coast Viognier

A finicky grape that’s not easy to grow or to make into fine wine, Viognier was all but lost in the 1960s, when only a few vineyards remained in the northern Rhone Valley. But Viognier had qualities too alluring to ignore, and interest in the grape revived to where it now occupies a modest but unignorable niche in Australia, North America, Chile, and southern Europe. In order to develop the desired floral aromas, stone fruit flavors and full body, Viognier grapes require a climate that will produce enough - but not too much - ripeness. The fruit in this offering was sourced from eight vineyards across the AVA, from Mendocino to Carneros and the Sonoma Coast. Warm days and cool nights produced a full-bodied wine with vibrant flavors, 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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¥2,530 (incl. tax)
2020 SeaGlass Central Coast Riesling

2020 SeaGlass Central Coast Riesling

Intensely-flavored, yet light-bodied, delicate and mineral laden, Riesling excels as an aperitif or as a dinner wine – especially a fine Japanese meal. Besides sparkling wine and (maybe) Japan’s own Koshu, it’s hard to think of a better wine to accompany sushi, sashimi, tempura, or shabu-shabu. 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 not only to Japanese cuisine but also to spicy Asian or Latin dishes, smoked salmon, or lobster salad.

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¥2,640 (incl. tax)
2021 Joel Gott California Sauvignon Blanc

2021 Joel Gott California Sauvignon Blanc

Joel Gott’s California Sauvignon Blanc is a perennial favorite that excites the palate without pressure on the wallet. The juicy deliciousness and complexity in this wine come from blending fruit from a range of vineyards in Sonoma, Lake County, Lodi, Monterey, and Santa Barbara. After pressing, the juice underwent a long, cool fermentation in stainless steel tanks, with careful blending being the key to expressing the particular characteristics of each vineyard. 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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¥2,750 (incl. tax)
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