Ideal with steak and other hearty dishes
|Kendell Jackson “Vintner’s Reserve” Cabernet Sauvignon
Black cherry, blackberry and cassis are accented by vanilla, spice and cedar notes supported by well structured but subtle tannins and a rich lingering finish.
|J. Lohr “Seven Oaks” Cabernet Sauvignon
Dark cherry aroma with hints of raspberry, forming a base for the other characters of cocoa, tar and vanilla.
|Fetzer “Valley Oaks” Merlot
Smooth tannins and rich, ripe plum and berry flavors. the finish is long and fruit-filled with the perfect amount of toasty oak spice.
|Columbia Crest “Two Vines” Merlot
Blackberry, raspberry and black cherry aromas lift from the glass. Similar fruit flavors, balanced by hints of cocoa, linger long and lushy.
Recommended with seafood, chicken and other delicately flavored dishes.
|Fetzer “Echo Ridge” Gewarztraminer
This wine has fresh aromas of green apples, fresh grass and lemon. In the mouth, the wine is bright and full with clean flavors of tarragon, lemon and green apple. Subtle hints of lime and fresh mint add complexity. The finish is clean and crisp.
|J. Lohr “Bay Mist” White Riesling
Exotic aromas of apricot, peach, bosc pear, lunchee curry and coconut. Residual sugar is balanced by the naturally crisp grape acidity and spitz from a long cool fermentation.
Truly festive wines for cocktails or dining.
|Martini & Rossi Asti
The world’s #1 Asti. To fully appreciate the uniqueness of Martini & Rossi Asti, one must understand the difference between Asti and other sparkling wines, in order for a sparkling wine to be called Asti, the wine must be made from 100% Moscato grapes grown in Italy’s prestigious Asti region.
|Chadon Blanc de Noir
Rich, elegant flavors of wild cherry, currants and strawberries with a rich creamy texture.
from Fox Horn Vineyards
Cabernet Sauvignon • Chardonnay • Merlot • White Zinfandel