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2020 Trefethen
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2020 Trefethen "Eshcol" Napa Valley Chardonnay

Eshcol Chardonnay provides all the beauty and charm of Trefethen’s signature Chardonnay but at a lower price - so feel free to load up and serve it anytime you need to scratch that itch for a yummy Chardonnay. Keep in mind that this is no typical second label sourced from “nearby” growers or distant appellations. 100% of the fruit was sourced from Trefethen’s Main Ranch. The difference between Eshcol and Trefethen’s top-of-the-line Chardonnay is that only 17% was fermented in barrel (as opposed to 60%) and only 5% (versus 12%) was aged in new oak. More of the vineyard blocks are more recent plantings, too. This is a fresh, well-balanced wine that emphasizes fresh green apple and citrus flavors with only a minimum of oak notes. 

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¥4,290 (incl. tax)
2014 Bodkin
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2014 Bodkin "The King's Ransom" White Dessert Wine (375ml)

For lovers of sweet wines – indeed, all lovers! –  here is a golden elixir to accompany a special dessert or evening. This late harvest white wine, like a Sauternes in some respects, is a blend of 51% Sauvignon Blanc from Rogers Vineyard in Dry Creek Valley, 34% Muscat Canelli from Sandy Bend Vineyards in Lake County, and 15% Chardonnay from the Sinclair Ranch in Dry Creek Valley. The grapes – “moldy raisins!” – might have looked unsalvageable, but this mold was botrytis cinerea, aka "Nobel Rot," the secret ingredient to many of the greatest dessert wines. At harvest, the average Brix (sugar concentration) was 35 - i.e. potential alcohol at dryness of 23%! Pressing the raisins took effort, but then the juice was left to ferment without intervention until it stopped naturally after 5 weeks. The resulting wine, with 10% residual sugar and 16.5% alcohol, was aged in French oak from the Alain Foquet cooperage, which is widely used in Sauternes. States the wine maker, “Melon, apricot, candied hazelnuts, orange blossom, honey and pear compote all show themselves in both the nose and palate of the wine. In the mouth, the viscosity of the wine is a liquid-gold baby maker.”

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¥4,290 (incl. tax)
2017 Dashe
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2017 Dashe "Delta Reds" California

Delta Reds is a luscious, vibrant wine, offering tangy fruit (red cherry, raspberry), light tannins and fresh acidity. It’s an intriguing blend of about 50% Carignane, a hefty share of Mourvèdre, Teraldego, and Tannat, and small amounts of Zinfandel, Barbera and Petite Sirah. The fruit was sourced from old vineyards planted in the sandy delta soils in the region where the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers meander toward the San Francisco Bay. Overlooked in recent decades, the delta was once a significant wine region. More recently, the delta is recognized as having a beneficial climate of warm days and cooler nights, and old, neglected vineyards are being revived. Try this wine with appetizers or lighter entrees. 

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¥4,730 (incl. tax)
2014 Leo Steen Upper Scala Vineyard Syrah
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2014 Leo Steen Upper Scala Vineyard Syrah

Leo Steen’s Upper Scala Syrah resembles a red from the Northern Rhone is two ways: it’s 100% Syrah, and it offers an attractive mix of sweet and savory: violets, cherry liquor, smoked meat and black olives. It’s also built for aging with fresh acidity, firm structure and rich body. The fruit is sourced from the Scala Vineyard, which sits at an elevation of 350 m on Sonoma Mountain. Facing northeast, the plot is cool and well-drained with rocky and volcanic soils. Yields are usually low, but the grape clusters are small and packed with flavors. Now that the wine is entering maturity, complex tertiary flavors are beginning to develop. At under 14% alcohol, it’s an excellent choice to accompany a fine meal. 

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¥5,500 (incl. tax)
2019 Trefethen
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2019 Trefethen "Eshcol" Napa Valley Red

Eshcol (pronounced “esh-kol”) is a juicy Bordeaux blend that’s easy to enjoy casually without fretting over the occasion or the wine’s level of maturity. Sourced from the younger blocks on the Trefethen’s Main Ranch, Eshcol was the original name of the estate, way back in the 1800s when it helped establish the Napa Valley’s reputation for fine wine. The label is mandala-like in its complexity; a long stare will gradually reveal hidden items the Trefethens regard as key to sustainable viticulture and winemaking - butterflies, bats, bees, and barn owls among them. The blend changes somewhat each year. In 2019, it consists of 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 44% Merlot, 3% Petit Verdot, 2% Malbec, and 1% Cabernet Franc. Eshcol is smooth and easy on the palate, with plenty of bright cherry and blackberry notes, hints of spice, and modest tannins. 

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¥6,270 (incl. tax)
2018 Leo Steen Ascona Vineyard Cabernet Franc
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2018 Leo Steen Ascona Vineyard Cabernet Franc

Leo Steen had long aspired to make Cabernet Franc in the peppery, fresh style of the Loire Valley, but finding fruit from a vineyard with all the right conditions proved to be a challenge. So when he was offered Cabernet Franc from the Ascona Vineyard in the Santa Cruz Mountains, he jumped at the chance. At an elevation of 820 m, the site gets abundant sunshine but stays relatively cool; moreover, the sandstone and shale soils are well-drained, providing ideal conditions for Cabernet Franc with complex flavors but no excess sweetness. In 2018, grapes could be harvested in October (i.e. late in the season) but with sugars of only 23 Brix, making for a wine that is a modest 13.7% alcohol. In the winery, fermenting on native yeast and with 20% whole clusters added toward fulfilling the vision of a vibrant, savory, old-world-inspired wine. As Leo Steen puts it, “this expressive wine displays a gorgeous nose of black cherry and bitter dark chocolate, as well as layers of pepper and violet. On the palate, age-worthy tannins underscore a savory mix of dark fruit, pine sap, and Kirsch.”

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¥7,150 (incl. tax)
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2019 Napa Bench Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
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2019 Napa Bench Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

Napa Bench is a collaboration between two wine industry veterans, Tom Hinde and David Sayre. Hinde has been a winemaker and/or general manager at many acclaimed properties, including La Crema Winery, Hartford Family Winery, Taub Family Vineyards, Flowers, and Yao Ming Wines, where he was founding winemaker. Sayre has been winemaker at Stonehedge Winery and has created a wide range of brands and labels. They describe this wine as “a whimsical blend of Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. We start with Cabernet Sauvignon 95%, add Merlot 3%, and finish with Petite Verdot 2%. The wine is aged in French oak barrels for 16 months. Vineyards range from our benchland site in Yountville to Northern St. Helena. The clonal selection includes Cabernet Sauvignon 337,4 and 6. The soils are alluvial fan and volcanic rock at an elevation between 70-548 meters (200-1800 feet) above sea level.” 

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¥7,150 (incl. tax)
2019 Tether Napa Valley Chardonnay
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2019 Tether Napa Valley Chardonnay

Tether Chardonnay is 100% Napa Valley, with half of the fruit sourced from vineyards in Carneros and half from the Oak Knoll AVA. It is fermented and aged in French Oak (50% new) and undergoes complete malolactic fermentation. As a result, perhaps, the wine balances rich tropical aromas and flavors of ripe pineapple, papaya, lemongrass, and coconut with leaner-edged fresh pear and yellow apple. The palate is mouth-filling yet well-defined, clean, and precise. If you have been won over by Rombauer Chardonnay, Tether will surely seduce you with its myriad charms, a dazzling palette of fresh flavors but with little noticeable oak or butter.

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¥7,480 (incl. tax)
2019 Tether Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
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2019 Tether Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

This dark, purple gem of a classic Bordeaux blend consists of 78% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Malbec, 6% Merlot, and small amounts of Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc. The fruit was sourced mainly from higher elevations throughout the Napa Valley, including Atlas Peak, Spring Mountain, and Pope Valley, with some more also coming from the Los Carneros and Coombsville sub-appellations. According to the winemakers, the wine “bursts from the glass with abundant aromas of black currant liqueur, huckleberry compote, and blueberry pie. The gorgeous dark fruit core is complemented by layers of volcanic rock, spring flowers, mocha, spice and well-integrated French oak. The wine possesses a rich texture that coats the palate in velvety tannins, sweet ripe fruit, and elegant toasty oak. This wine showcases dazzling finesse and leaves you with an enduring finish.”

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¥10,450 (incl. tax)
2021 Flowers Sonoma Coast Rose Wine (1.5L)
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2021 Flowers Sonoma Coast Rose Wine (1.5L)
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Flowers Rosé is 100% Pinot Noir, sourced from the winery’s estate and from a few other vineyards located nearby. Fermented on native yeast and aged a few months in stainless steel, this rosé offers not only an early taste of the 2021 vintage but an expression of the cool and rugged coastal terroir. With notes of rose petals, fresh strawberries, and grapefruit on the nose, the wine exudes a fresh and energetic melange of strawberries, peaches, and orange zest. A fantastic match with salmon, shellfish, salads, or quiche, Flowers Rosé is the obvious choice for lunch in the garden, and the 1.5 L bottle ensures that everyone at the party can enjoy a glass... or two!

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¥16,280 (incl. tax)
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NV MOJI Napa Valley Pinot Grigio (24 x 375ml)
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NV MOJI Napa Valley Pinot Grigio (24 x 375ml)
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Lighten up with canned Moji Napa Valley Pinot Grigio! Enjoy wine outdoors without added weight or hassle - whether fishing, hiking, sailing — or picnicking in the shade of blooming cherry blossoms. This Pinot Grigio is sourced from the Napa Valley and offers pure aromatics and flavors of melon, apple, and pear with a crisp finish of lemon and mango. Crisp and refreshing yet complex and satisfying. Try it with lighter fare such as salads, shellfish or seafood pasta. 

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¥39,600 (incl. tax)
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NV MOJI Napa Valley Rose Wine (24 x 375ml)
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NV MOJI Napa Valley Rose Wine (24 x 375ml)
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No corkscrew? No problem! Moji in a can lets you enjoy fine wine without the usual accessories. This rosé is pale pink with a hint of copper color. Filled with aromas of fresh watermelon and mild strawberries with glimmers of grapefruit and rose petal, it finishes with a lovely and lively acidity. What a great way to enjoy a sunset on the beach! Of course, if you can pour this fine rosé in a proper glass, you will enjoy both its fine color and wonderful aromas! And please note that one 375 ml. can is equal to 1/2 a bottle. Consider sharing if intake of alcohol is of concern. 

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¥39,600 (incl. tax)
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