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  • Aston Estate, Sonoma Coast, Pinot Noir 2012


    A small production Pinot Noir project from Schrader.

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  • Cardinale, Napa, Proprietary Red Wine 2013


    “A brilliant wine from winemaker Chris Carpenter and the Kendall-Jackson family, this blend of 89% Cabernet Sauvignon and 11% Merlot, mostly coming from mountain vineyards owned by the Jackson family, is fabulous. The 2013 Cardinale Proprietary Red Wine is dense purple-colored, a big, sweet kiss of crème de cassis as well as licorice, blackberry and espresso are all present in this full-bodied, rather sublime and intense Cabernet Sauvignon that should drink well for 25 or more years. This was aged in about 91% new French oak for 18-20 months prior to bottling. It is certainly one of the finest Cardinales I have tasted in my experience.” -96 WA

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  • Edge Hill, Bacigalupi Vineyard, Chardonnay (Russian River, CA) 2011

    $149.00 $99.00



    “While it’s not from Napa, the 2011 Edge Hill Chardonnay Bacigalupi Vineyard from the Russian River area of Sonoma reveals a Chablis grand cru-like style. A greenish/light straw color is accompanied by crisp, elegant notes of citrus blossoms, wet stones, honeysuckle and an alluvial/wet rock/pebble-like character. This crisp, medium to full-bodied, delicious Chardonnay should drink well for 4-5 years.”-92WA

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  • Herman Story, Nuts and Bolts, Syrah 2015


    “Even better, his 2015 Nuts & Bolts is a smoking 100% Syrah that spent 16 months in 50% new French oak barrels. Full-bodied and decadent, yet never over-the-top, heady or cumbersome, it’s loaded with ripe blackberry, cassis, new leather, white pepper and hints of smoked duck. Drink this hedonistic beauty over the coming 4-6 years, although I see no reason to delay gratification either. “-95WA

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