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Recommended Wines & Hidden Gems

BIN 2535             2007 Taittinger Comtes de Champagne                                                                              195
Produced only in exceptional vintage years and intended as the ultimate expression of the Taittinger style, this wine is composed entirely of Chardonnay grapes grown in the top vineyards of the prestigious Côte des Blancs. Only the first press juice is used. A small proportion (5%) of the blend spends three to four months in new oak barrels, enhancing the intrinsic qualities of the final blend. Prior to disgorgement, the Blanc de Blancs is aged for 10 years on the lees in 13th-century chalk cellars

BIN 2579             2009 Schramsberg “J Schram”, North Coast, CA                                                               99
Representing only 3 percent of the winery’s annual production, the Chardonnay-focused J. Schram blend is assembled from the very best base wine lots of the approximately 250 produced each year. This special bottling is dedicated to Schramsberg’s founder of 1862, Jacob Schram, and has been a great success since its premier 1987 vintage, first released in 1992.

BIN 6133             2014 Domaine Georges Roumier Morey Saint Denis Clos de la Bussiere                   299
Domaine Roumier is a beautiful, secluded estate in the village of Chambolle-Musigny, set against a hill and graced by a small vineyard in the background.  Both the estate and the man who runs it speak of gentleness with the earth.  Christophe prefers a gentle hand in winemaking and modestly gives the impression that he simply interprets the character of wine that is made by the terroir, the vintage and the grapes.

BIN 6131             2015 Domaine de la Romanee Conti, Corton, Grand Cru                                              1000
The Domaine de la Romanée-Conti (widely known as DRC) is the most famous producer in Burgundy. It has an array of vineyards – and a reputation – that are second to none, not even Domaines Leroy, Georges Roumier or Armand Rousseau. DRC is rightly regarded as one of the world's greatest estates, an opinion supported by the quality and longevity of its wines, as well as the prices they fetch on the secondary market.

BIN 7031 2012 Tenuta San Guido “Sassicaia” Bolgheri DOC, Tuscany, Italy                                            190
Perhaps one of the most important wines in the world, and certainly in Italy. The founding father of the Super Tuscan category. One of only two wines to win the top spot on the Wine Spectator top 100 more than once.
The legacy of Sassicaia began in 1944, when Mario Incisa acquired a number of Cabernet Sauvignon and Franc vine cuttings and planted them on a sloping hillside of the San Guido estate, called Castiglioncello after the 11th-century castle at the vineyard's upper edge. This tiny, 3.75-acre vineyard stood alone until 1965, when a second Cabernet vineyard was planted with cuttings from the Castiglioncello parcel; the gravelly, 30-acre plot would give the wine its name: Sassicaia, "the place of many stones". With the radical changes in the D.O.C. system of regulations as of the 1994 vintage, Sassicaia's extraordinary reputation was acknowledged through the Italian government's granting the wine its own appellation. Sassicaia is today considered to be one of Italy's greatest red wines for its consistent excellence and its intuitive spirit. Acclaimed by the wine world's most respected voices, Sassicaia remains the legacy of its creator, Marchese Mario Incisa della Rocchetta.
One of Italy’s most iconic bottlings, the 2012 Sassicaia is drop-dead gorgeous. A blend of 85% Cabernet Sauvignon and 15% Cabernet Franc, it boasts sensations of blue flowers, cedar, juicy red currants, ripe raspberries, white pepper and a balsamic note. Structured, radiant and loaded with finesse, it delivers everything you’d expect from a world-class wine and more. Drink 2018–2032. WE

BIN 7080             2008 Agricola Ceretto Barolo “Brunate” DOCG, Piemonte, Italy                                  149
The quest of the brothers Bruno and Marcello Ceretto was to select vineyards in the most valuable positions historically. This idea came about during a trip to Burgundy, and would prove the family’s insight and see their Barolo and Barbaresco wines among the most popular in the world. A revolution at the time, for a territory in which the concept of cru was totally unknown, but, above all, a brilliant idea. "We believe in the land 100%, the winery is obviously important, but great wines are made with great grapes." And so, they began dreaming of labels bearing the name of the vineyard and also its image: "so whoever drinks that wine can see the vineyard from which it has originated.

BIN 7177             2014 Kanonkop “Paul Sauer”, Stellenbosch, South Africa                                              89
The name Kanonkop is derived from a hillock (kop) on the Simonsberg mountain above the estate from where, during the 17th and 18th centuries, a cannon (kanon) was fired to announce the arrival of sailing ships entering Table Bay. The roar of the cannon would be the signal to local farmers, who were waiting to make the 50-kilometer journey to the harbour, to load up their wagons with fresh fruit and vegetables to barter their produce
This legendary wine is named after Kanonkop’s patriarch and is a Bordeaux-style blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc. The depth of flavour, structure and complexity offered by these three grape varieties is accentuated by 24 months’ ageing in new French oak. Blackcurrant notes combine with aromas of Cape wildflower and cigar box to offer a regal wine recognised as one of the best South Africa has to offer.



BIN 3096             Leeuwin “Art Series” Margaret River, Australia                                                                 119
Leeuwin Estate was established in 1973 by Denis and Tricia Horgan. The land was previously used as a cattle station and after having been purchased as part of a deal to buy a plumbing business by Denis Horgan in 1969, the land was converted to vineyards based on the advice of the Western Australian Department of Agriculture. Robert Mondavi provided significant advice during the planning and setup stages of the estate after contacting the Horgans in 1972 to promote the potential that Margaret River had as a wine region and to look for investment opportunities. Initial plantings consisted of Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz and Pinot noir.[4] The most well known wine produced by Leeuwin Estate is the "Art Series Chardonnay". It has been described by wine critic James Halliday as "Australia's finest example" of Chardonnay and the Langton's Classification of Australian Wine places it at the highest level of "Exceptional". The first vintage of the Art Series Chardonnay was from 1980, with the first vintage of the wine receiving a recommendation as the best Chardonnay in the world by Decanter in 1982, bringing Leeuwin Estate to the attention of the wine world.

BIN 3093             2014 Ridge, Estate Vineyard, Santa Cruz Mountains, CA                                                69
Montebello vineyard can be viewed as the American equivalent of Sassicaia, both in terms of unique terroir and importance. This comes from Ridge's famed estate vineyard, Monte Bello, which has fractured limestone soils over decomposing Franciscan green stone mixed with clay and loam. Until 2009 this was bottled simply as Santa Cruz Mountains, and is normally available only to Monte Bello Collector members. It's whole cluster pressed and fermented on native yeasts. The winery's tasting note and barrel age stats, for those keeping track: "Sun-bleached straw color. Ripe pineapple, green apple, pear, melon, biscotti, flint, toasted oak. Elegant fresh citrus entry, ginger root, limestone earth, lemon zest finish. Barrels: 94% air-dried american oak, 6% french oak; 23% new, 23% one and two years old, 54% three, four and five years old." One of the other reasons to love this producer- they list ingredients, something many large US producers simply cannot do due to unsavory additives!

BIN 7148             2011 Figgins Estate, Walla Walla Valley, WA                                                                     149
Figgins was born from a vision to transform a phenomenal vineyard site, into a singular, estate grown non-varietal red wine blended from Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot, and Merlot. The goal from the beginning has been to most highly elevate the potential of this special site through viticultural and winemaking wisdom.
A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot and Merlot, the 2011 Figgins Estate Red is excellent in the vintage, with classic creme de cassis, lead pencil shavings, tobacco, bay leaf and toast giving way to a medium to full-bodied, elegant and seamless 2011 that has good concentration, plenty of sweet fruit and building tannin that emerges with more time in the glass. Classy, elegant and streamlined, it’s already approachable, but will be better in another couple years and drink nicely through 2026. 93 RP



BIN 7630  2012K Vintners “Cattle King” Upland Vineyard, Snipes Mountain, Walla Walla, WA                89
One of the greatest Syrahs coming out of Washington is the 2012 Syrah Cattle King, and it's every bit as good as the more widely known Royal City Syrah. Coming from the Upland Vineyard on Snipes Mountain, my notes start with "wow," and then include a few more expletives. Exhibiting sensational notes of blackberry, cassis, licorice, crushed flowers, crushed rocks and graphite, this inky colored 2012 is full-bodied, massively concentrated and seamless, with incredible purity and length. If I had a bottle, I'd drink it tonight. Nevertheless, I'm sure it will evolve gracefully for at least another decade. 99 RP

BIN 7032             2013 Merryvale “Profile” Napa Valley, CA                                                                         150
This 30th vintage of Profile proprietary red blend continues to showcase the very best fruit from the harvest. The level of intensity, color and flavor in the fruit from Schlatter Family Estate Vineyard was truly exceptional. Aromas of licorice, blackberry, raspberry and plum are interwoven with dark chocolate and black olives and highlighted by balsamic notes. The rich, round entry is the perfect entrée to this wine of significant depth and length. The weight and concentration are balanced by flavors that are equally deep and elegant with leather notes and savory herbs (thyme) on the finish. The oak is well integrated featuring supple, very fine grain tannins. 83% Cabernet Sauvignon, 12% Petit Verdot, 5% Cabernet Franc

BIN 1106             2011 Hall “Kathryn Hall”, Napa Valley, CA                                                                          225       
2011 was largely panned by critics. I on the other hand bought in on the vintage, and this wine shows why, if I could go back, I would have bought MORE! Similar to the 1998 vintage, wines from quality producers will have great longevity and elegance.
This 2011 bottling is 100% Cabernet Sauvignon fruit selected from a spectrum of vineyards- from St Helena to Howell Mountain to our Sacrashe estate in Rutherford. Perfectly integrated, the palate teems with soft and lingering tannins, with notes of black currant and candied violets. The 2011 HALL "Kathryn Hall" Cabernet Sauvignon is a pure and nuanced wine to enjoy now and over the next 15+ years.

BIN 1147             2004      Chateau Montelena Estate, Napa Valley, CA                                                      165
If like me, you are a sucker for older vintage, elegant Cabernet, then this wine will knock your socks off! One of the wineries that started it all. Back vintages of Montelena Estate show that this winery has done much more than rest on their laurels.
The 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon Estate is 100% Cabernet Sauvignon, all from their old vineyards in Calistoga. This is a dense, ruby/purple-tinged wine with full body, and despite the softness of the general vintage, Montelena has plenty of structure. Like nearly every vintage of their top Cabernet Sauvignon, it will last for 25 or more years. The wine has sweet tannin in a broad, flavorful, concentrated style with plenty of black currant, licorice, and spice. The wine is beautifully textured, slightly more forward than most Montelena Cabernets tend to be. It is another beauty from probably the most consistent winery for Cabernet Sauvignon over the last three decades. 94+ RP
(Also available in Magnum format, $395)
France
Host to Bordeaux, Burgundy and Champagne, along with many other renowned wine regions, France is arguably the most important wine producing country on the planet. Without a doubt, this is the lens through which many approach wine. French wines form the benchmark against which many of the greatest wines are measured. While France has much to offer the oenophile, we concentrate on the few specific regions below and invite you join us on a Tour d’ France!
Champagne
Ah, the celebrated celebratory beverage! But alas, Champagne is so much more than a wine to be served on special occasions. What’s not to love about the complexities of Champagne? The storied past, the fashion and flair and of course, the joy of drinking a great glass of bubbly. Champagne, a legally protected name now, offers wines in a startling array of styles, from bone-dry to briochy, powerful and rich to elegant and artfully effervescent! If for some reason, you are asking yourself why the author is waxing poetic about this specific form of wine, then perhaps you have not yet experienced the true joys of Champagne. Please allow us to be your guide to the perfect bottle.
Bin  Vintage Champagne Bottle
2591   Collet Brut Rose 49
2540   Lanson Brut “Black Label” 59
2528   Taittinger Brut la Francaise 59
2588   Collet Brut “Art Deco” 65
2572   Ayala Brut 65
2577   Gosset, Brut Excellence 69
2541   Lanson Brut Rose 69
2506   Louis Roederer Brut Premier 75
2550   Delamotte Blanc de Blancs 75
2564 2006 Jacquart Blanc de Blancs 79
2547   Veuve Clicquot “Yellow Label” 89
2514   Charles Heidsieck Brut Rose 89
2566   Bollinger “Special Cuvee” 95
2562   Delamotte Brut Rose 99
2529   Taittinger Brut Prestige Rose 99
2574 2004 Lanson Extra Age Brut 119
2585   Andre Jacquart Grand Cru 125
2584 2006 Perrier Jouet “Nuits Blance” 1.5L 125
2569   Drappier La Grande Sendreé 149
2563 2004 Lanson Extra Age Brut, Blanc de Blancs 159
2567 2004 Bollinger La Grande Annee 175
2571   Ayala “Perle d’Ayala” Brut Mellesime 175
2537 2002 Krug Grande Cuvee 179
2532 2004 Piper Heidsieck “Rare” 195
2535 2007 Taittinger Comtes de Champagne, Blanc de Blancs 195
2527 2003 Louis Roederer Cristal Brut 249
2554 2003 Dom Perignon Rose 325
2511   Armand de Brignac “Ace of Spades” 375
2552 1999 Salon Blanc de Blancs, Le Mesnil 395
2516   Armand de Brignac “Ace of Spades” Rose 450
 
Burgundy
From Chablis in the North to Beaujolais in the South, Burgundy offers stunning wine across the full 130 miles as the crow flies. Slightly more if the crow has been drinking! Burgundy offers some of the most sought after, collected and often traded wines in world and will likely continue to do so for a long time. Unlike the wines of Bordeaux, intertwined with the fame and reputation of a Chateau, Burgundy is all about the sense of place, and as such, tends to create the perfect collectors’ items. After all, you cannot make more land and demand will always outstrip the supply of the finest wines, many of which are found in the pages right below. If you have ever wondered what it would be like to own a collectable piece of art which you did not have to share with the rest of the world, some of the rarer treasures of Burgundy provide you that opportunity.
 
Bin # Vintage Bourgogne Blanc Bottle
3082 2013 Mommesin, Macon Villages 35
3076 2014 Domaine Seguinot Bordet, Chablis 35
3099 2014 Les Tourelles “De la Cree”, Montagny 1er Cru 45
3106 2017 Domaine Laroche, Bourgogne Blanc 45
3085 2013 Michel Briday, Brully 1er Cru 49
3114 2018 Grand Regnard, Chablis 69
3109 2016 Domaine Faiveley 1er Cru “Blagny”, Meursault 89
3108 2017 Domaine Leflaive, “Macon-Verze”, Macconais 89
3110 2018 Joseph Drouhin Meursault 109
3102 2013 Domaine Pierre Labet, Beaune Clos du Dessus des Marconnets Blanc, Cotes de Beaune 109
3086 2013 Francoise Corillon Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru Les Truffiere 119
3111 2017 Joseph Drouhin Clos des Mouches, Beaune, 1er Cru 225
3113 2018 Joseph Drouhin “Marquis de Laguiche” Chassagne Montrachet, Morgeot
1er Cru
240
       
Bin # Vintage Bourgogne Rouge Bottle
6130 2012 Maison L’Envoye, Bourgogne Rouge 29
7107 2012 Jean-Cleaude Boisset Beaune Greves, 1er Cru 85
7195 2018 Joseph Drouhin, Gevrey-Chambertin, Cote de Nuits 125
7152 2013 Domaine Pierre Labet, Beaune 1er Cru Coucherias 159
6137 2018 Joseph Drouhin Clos des Mouches, Beaune 1er Cru 199
7153 2012 Chateau de la Tour, Clos du Vougeot Grand Cru 259
6113 2014 Domaine Georges Roumier, 1er Cru, Clos de la Bussieres, Morey Saint Denis 249
6113 2015 Domaine Georges Roumier, 1er Cru, Clos de la Bussieres, Morey Saint Denis 299
6131 2014 Domaine de la Romanee Conti, Corton, Grand Cru 1000
6131 2015 Domaine de la Romanee Conti, Corton, Grand Cru 1000
6132 2014 Domaine de la Romanee Conti, Eschezeaux, Grand Cru 1200
6132 2015 Domaine de la Romanee Conti, Eschezeaux, Grand Cru 1200
6140 2016 Domaine de la Romanee Conti, La Tache, Grand Cru 3500
6140 2017 Domaine de la Romanee Conti, La Tache, Grand Cru 3500
       
 
Bordeaux
Undoubtedly one of the most important wine regions, Bordeaux was one of the first wine regions to establish itself on the international stage, becoming globally renowned. With truly special wines from various communes, whether classified growths or not, there is a Bordeaux out there for every wine lover. Sometimes brooding and masculine, structured and full-bodied and at other times floral and elegant, Bordeaux represents some of the greatest characteristics wine has to offer. As with a truly great red Bordeaux, I hope that you also only improve with age. Let’s drink to that!
       
7184 2011 Chateau Malmaison, by Edmond de Rothschild, Moulis en Medoc 52
7210 2015 Confidences de Prieure Lichine, Margaux 59
7189 2016 Chateau Chasse Spleen, Moulis 75
7203 2016 Chateau de Pez, Saint Estephe 79
7173 2016 Chateau Lagrange, St Julien Grand Cru Classe 99
7094 2014 Chateau Belair-Monange “Annonce”, St Emilion Grand Cru 105
7201 2014 Chateau Rouget, Pomerol 110
7190 2014 Chateau Larcis Ducasse, St Emilion Grand Cru 115
7211 2009 Les Pagodes de Cos, Saint Estephe 139
7200 2015 Chateau Trotanoy, Esperance de Trotanoy, Pomerol 185
7198 2003 Chateau Latour a Pomerol, Pomerol 199
7191 2014 Chateau Smith Haut Lafitte, Pessac-Leognan 199
7083 2010 Chateau Certan de May, Pomerol 225
7196 2009 Chateau Brane-Cantenac, Margaux 295
7193 2014 Chateau Cos D’Estournel, St Estephe 295
7199 2011 Chateau Trotanoy, Pomerol 300
7197 2016 Chateau Belair-Monange, St Emilion Grand Cru 375
7178 2016 Chateau Leoville Las Cases, St Julien 395
7185 2015 Chateau La Fleur-Petrus, Pomerol 399
7202 2009 Chateau Lynch-Bages, Pauillac 450
7192 2010 Chateau Montrose, St Estephe 475
7082 2017 Chateau Petrus, Pomerol 2250
7082 2010 Chateau Petrus, Pomerol 3950
   

 
 
Bin # Vintage French White Bottle
4218 2016 Domaine Reverdy Ducroux “Beau Roy”, Loire 29
4209 2013 Clos du Gaimont Vouvray, Loire 29
4319 2013 Domaine Zind Humbrecht “Clos Windsbuhl” Pinot Gris, Alsace 69
   
 
 
Bin # Vintage French Red Bottle
7141 2013 Chateau Peuch Haut “Prestige Rouge”, Languedoc-Roussillon 29
7161 2015 Bieler Pere et Fils “la Jassine” Cotes du Rhone 29
7147 2014 Domaine Lafage, Lieu Dit Narassa, Cotes de Rousillon 29
7099 2012 Reserve de Bonpas, Cotes du Rhone 35
7108 2011 Famille Perrin, Chateauneuf-du-Pape 59
7150 2014 Gerard Bertrand “Domaine de Cigalus” Languedoc-Rousillon 59
 
       
 
Italy
Italy produces an astounding amount of wine, in a bewildering number of forms and styles. With annual production of over 1 Billion Gallons per year, Italy is the sort of wine country you could spend your entire life drinking without having to try the same wine twice. If one were to be forced to pick only one country from which to drink wine for the rest of ones days, Italy should be a strong consideration. While we have decided to showcase some depth in Tuscany, with a focus on Super Tuscan wines, there are a smattering of gems from elsewhere across the country.
 
Tuscany
Tuscany may be the most romantic and idyllic wine setting, with picturesque rolling hills and hilltop castles surrounded by famous vineyards. Home to Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino and of course Super Tuscan wines of great renown. With structured, powerful wines from Bordeaux varietals, Tuscany can be seen as a gateway wine region to the old world for those travelling by glass from Napa Valley and the New World. 
 
7201 2017 Agricola Quercialbella, “Mongrana” Maremma Toscana, IGT 29
7206 2018 Campo di Sasso “Insoglio del Cinghiale” Bibbona, Toscana IGT 55
7208 2016 Tenuta del Cabreo “Il Borgo”, Toscana IGT 75
7188 2015 Castiglion del Bosco, Brunello di Montalcino, DOCG 79
7209 2015 Tenute Silvio Nardi, “Brunello di Montalcino” DOCG 89
7205 2017 Tenuta di Biserno, “Il Pino”, Toscana IGT 119
7207 2017 Tenuta Sette Ponti, “Oreno” Toscana IGT 129
7181 2016 Bibi Graetz “Testamatta” Toscana Rosso 139
7106 2012 Antinori “Tignanello”, Toscana IGT 159
7031 2012 Tenuta San Guido “Sassicaia” Bolgheri DOC 190
7031b 2013 Tenuta San Guido “Sassicaia” Bolgheri DOC 190
7111 2012 Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Toscana IGT 225
7111b 2013 Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Toscana IGT 225
7111c 2014 Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Toscana IGT 225
2044 2015 Masetto, Toscana, IGT 695
       
       
Bin # Vintage Italian Red Bottle
7167 2014 Zenato, Valpolicella Ripasso, Veneto 29
2596   Medici Ermete “Solo” Reggiano Lambrusco 35
7093 2008 Poderia Elia “Serracapelli” Barbaresco, Piemonte 79
7135 2008 Buglioni Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOC, Veneto 79
7149 2011 Fontanafredda Serralunga d’Alba, Barolo DOCG 79
7114 2011 Elvio Cogno Barolo “Ravera” DOCG, Piemonte, 1L 89
7157 2011 Bussola Amarone della Valpolicella 89
7131 2007 Masi “Vaio Amaron” Amarone Della Valpolicella Riserva DOC, Veneto 95
7159 2013 La Salette Amarone Della Valpolicella, DOCG, Veneto 95
7143 2012 Luigu Einaudi Barolo Cannubi, Piemonte 99
7127 2011 Allegrini Amarone Della Valpolicella DOCG, Veneto 109
7080 2008 Agricola Ceretto Barolo “Brunate” DOCG, Piemonte 149
7138 2011 Luciano Sandrone “Le Vigne” Barolo, Piemonte 150
       
       
Bin # Vintage International White Bottle
4216 2015 Martinsancho Verdejo, Rueda DO, Spain 25
2598 NV Villa Sandi Prosecco, Italy 25
4325 2016 Pighin Pinot Grigio, Friuli DOC, Italy 29
4327 2017 Masi “Massianco” Pinot Grigio e Verduzzo, Veneto, Italy 29
3107 2017 Kumeu River “Village”, Kumeu, New Zealand 29
2573 NV Bisol “Crede” Prosecco Superiore, Valdobiadene DOC, Veneto, Italy 35
3091 2014 Catena “Alta”, Mendoza, Argentina 45
2582 2008 Fergettina Franciacorta “Saten”, Lombardy, Italy 79
2581 2012 Fergettina Franciacorta “Rose”, Lombardy, Italy 89
3096 2012 Leeuwin “Art Series” Margaret River, Australia 119
   
Other International Red
 
7126 2012 Marco Abella Loidana, Priorat DOQ, Spain 35
7075 2016 Don Miguel “Gascon” Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina 35
7165 2009 Beronia, Gran Reserva, Rioja, Spain 49
7146 2011 Numanthia “Toro”, Tempranillo, Spain 69
7615 2011 Mollydooker “Carnival of Love” McLaren Vale, Australia 69
7129 2013 Catena “Alta” Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina 75
7614 2011 Mollydooker “Blue Eyed Boy”, McLaren Vale, Australia 75
7169 2015 Raats “MR de Campostella” Stellenbosch, South Africa 79
1195 2014 Hickenbotham “Trueman” McLaren Vale, Australia 79
1195 2014 Hickenbotham “Trueman” McLaren Vale, Australia 79
7177 2014 Kanonkop “Paul Sauer”, Stellenbosch, South Africa 89
7032 2007 Cobos Marchiori Vineyard Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina 185
7179 2017 Vina Almaviva, Puente Alto, Chile 249
7629 2006 Hundred Acre “Ancient Way” Barossa Valley, South Australia 295
       
       
 
    United States  
The United States has progressed rapidly into one of the world’s wine super powers. Boosted by the early successes of famed producers in Napa and Sonoma, the US now produces some incredibly fine wine from many regions across the country. We focus on the West Coast, with offerings from Washington, Oregon and California, and are proud to serve incredible wines across a vast array of price points. We are becoming more committed than ever to listing wines that hail from family owned and operated wineries that are crafted on a smaller scale and are not mass-produced.
 
Bin # Vintage Oregon Bottle
6122 2013 Chapter 24 “Fire and Floor”, Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley 375ml 35
4320 2015 Antiquum “Daisy” Pinot Gris, Willamette Valley 39
3012 2017 Domaine Drouhin “Arthur”, Chardonnay, Dundee Hills 55
6071 2013 Big Table Farm, Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley 59
6002 2014 Archery Summit, Pinot Noir, Dundee Hills 59
6139 2017 Roserock, Drouhin Oregon, “Zephirine” Pinot Noir, Eola-Amity Hills,
Willamette Valley
79
6125 2015 Toil by Leonetti Cellar, Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley 85
6026 2013 Shea “Pommard Clone”, Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley 89
6011 2015 Domaine Serene, Evenstad Reserve Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley 89
   
Washington
 
4607 2011 Seven Hills Riesling, Columbia Valley 19
7635 2016 Dussek Syrah, Columbia Valley 25
2028 2013 Seven Hills Merlot, Walla Walla 39
2045 2017 Wine of Substance Merlot, North Ridge Vyd, Wahluke Slope 45
3112 2017 Sixto Chardonnay “Frenchman Hills”, Columbia Valley 55
7120 2013 Mullan Road Cellars Red Blend, Columbia Valley 59
7120b 2014 Mullan Road Cellars Red Blend, Columbia Valley 59
1239 2017 Wines of Substance “Powerline Vineyard” Cabernet Sauvignon , Walla Walla 59
1107 2009 Dunham Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley 59
1094 2007 Tamarack Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley 65
7186 2017 B Leighton “Gratitude” Olson Brothers Vineyard, GSM, Yakima Valley 65
7145 2013 Sleight of Hand “The Archimage” Red Blend, Columbia Valley 69
1171 2013 Sleight of Hand “The Illusionist” Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley 69
7018 2006 Spring Valley “Uriah” Red Blend, Walla Walla 75
7630 2012 K Vintners “Cattle King” Syrah, Upland Vineyard, Snipes Mountain, Walla Walla 89
7624 2009 Gramercy “John Lewis” Syrah, Walla Walla 95
7633 2014 K Vintners “Royal City” Syrah-Cabernet, Stoneridge Vineyard 99
2033 2012 Leonetti Cellars Merlot, Walla Walla 109
7117 2012 Woodward Canyon Red Blend, Walla Walla 119
1140 2009 Corliss Estate Cabernet Sauvignon, Walla Walla 119
1162 2012 Woodward Canyon Cabernet Sauvignon, Champoux and Sagemoor Vineyard, Columbia Valley 125
7148 2011 Figgins Estate Red Blend, Walla Walla Valley 149
1184 2014 Doubleback Cabernet Sauvignon, Walla Walla 159
1055 2014 Quilceda Creek Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley 195
 
    California  
While California’s wine history dates back more than 200 years, the region truly only rose to international prominence in the 1970’s. Since then, Californian wines have grown from strength to strength. Boasting some of the largest wine companies in the world as well as a number of cult collectable wines, the wine landscape is diverse and varied, with wines of great quality across multiple varietals.
Bin # Vintage Sauvignon Blanc Bottle
4127 2012 Frostwatch “Kismet” Bennet Valley 29
4218 2015 Flora Springs “Soliloquy Vineyard”, Napa Valley 35
4140 2017 Rombauer, Napa Valley 39
4135 2017 Trinchero “Mary’s Vineyard” Napa Valley 39
4135 2017 Blue Rock, Sonoma Coast 39
4143 2018 Twomey Cellars, Sonoma and Napa 39
4118 2015 Grieve Family Winery, Loval Valley, Napa Valley 45
4141 2018 Rewa, Coombsville, Napa 79
 
Bin # Vintage Sparkling Wine Bottle
2592 2015 Domaine Carneros Brut, Carneros 49
2538     2013 Roederer Estate “L’Ermitage”, Anderson Valley 49
2593     2016 Sonoma Cutrer “Grand Cuvee” 59
2583 2008 Schramsberg “Reserve”, North Coast 95
2590 2011 Domaine Carneros “LeReve”, Carneros 95
2579 2008 Schramsberg “J Schram”, North Coast 99
2580 2008 Schramsberg “J Schram” Rose, North Coast 125
       
Bin # Vintage Other California White Bottle
4606 2018 Trefethen Dry Riesling, Oak Knoll, Napa 19
4213 2014 Tablas Creek “Patelin de Tablas”, Paso Robles 29
4212 2014 Tablas Creek Grenache Blanc, Paso Robles 35
       

Chardonnay
In contrast to the white wines of Burgundy, California Chardonnays tend towards a fuller, richer style, often with notable oak influence and a greater prevalence of partial or full malolactic fermentation. In California, the grape is used much more like a canvas, allowing the winemaker to express their style, or the style developed over time by the producer. There are several wines of significance, many of which have ageing potential and great complexity.
3088 2015 Tolosa, Edna Valley 29
3064 2016 Hahn Estate, Santa Lucia Highlands 35
3016 2018 Sonoma Cutrer “Russian River Ranches”, Russian River 35
3020 2018 Trefethen Estate, Oak Knoll District, Napa Valley 39
3105 2017 Tate “Spring Street”, Napa Valley 39
3101 2015 Domaine Anderson, Anderson Valley 39
3094 2015 Walt “La Brisa” Sonoma Coast 39
3095 2014 Stonestreet, Alexander Valley 45
3100 2015 Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, “Karia” Napa Valley 45
3047 2012 Newton, Napa Valley 49
3019 2016 Chalk Hill, Sonoma County 55
3089 2014 Anderson’s Conn Valley, Napa 59
3062 2011 Journeyman, Sonoma Coast 59
3025 2017 Rombauer, Napa Carneros 65
3063 2010 Palmaz, Napa Valley 69
3093 2014 Ridge, Estate Vineyard, Santa Cruz Mountains 69
3097 2014 Wayfarer, Fort Ross-Seaview, Sonoma Coast 89
3060 2012 DuMol “Isobel”, Russian River 89
3090 2013 Jarvis, Napa Valley 89
 
 
Bin # Vintage Pinot Noir Bottle
Often more expressive and opulent than their Burgundian counterparts, some truly exceptional Pinots can be found throughout California, all expressive of their respective areas of origin. Whether you gravitate to the elegant and leaner styles produced on the wild Sonoma coast, or the ripe berry expressions found in the Santa Lucia Highlands.
 
6044 2016 Hahn, Monterey County 29
6121 2015 Sonoma Cutrer, Sonoma Coast 35
6107 2013 Barnett Tina Marie Vineyard, Green Valley of Russian River Valley 39
6127 2017 Bin6410, Sonoma County 39
6126 2017 Tilth, Russian River Valley 39
6105 2012 Saintsbury, Carneros 45
6094 2010 Monticello Estate, Oak Knoll District, Napa Valley 45
6055 2012 Melville Estate, Santa Rita Hills 45
6124 2012 Chamisal Vineyards, Edna Valley 45
6098 2011 Summerland Fiddlestix Vineyard, Santa Rita Hills 49
6096 2012 Maranet by DuMol, Russian River 49
6082 2009 Neely “Upper Picnic” Spring Ridge Vineyard, Santa Cruz Mountain 49
6113 2018 Walt “Blue Jay”, Anderson Valley 50
6036 2010 Roar SLH Vineyard, Santa Lucia Highlands 59
6043 2013 Melville “Terraces” Sta Rita Hills 65
6062 2017 A.P Vin, Rosella’s Vineyard, Santa Lucia Highlands 65
6123 2014 Fess Parker “Ashley’s” Santa Rita Hills 69
6090 2010 Presquile, Santa Maria Valley 69
6111 2010 Miura, Talley Vineyard, Arroyo Grande Valley 69
6111b 2011 Miura, Pisoni Vineyard, Santa Lucia Highlands 69
6114 2012 Ellman Family Vineyards “Alexis Skye”, Sonoma Coast 69
6134 2016 Fort Ross, Fort Ross Vineyard, Fort Ross-Sea View, Sonoma Coast 75
6129 2017 Sonoma Cutrer, Vine Hill Flanc de Coteau Blocs, Russian River 79
6099 2011 Dutton Goldfield “Fox Den” Green Valley of Russian River Valley 79
6074 2016 MacPhail “Flyer” Sonoma Coast 79
6097 2011 Larry Hyde, Hyde Vineyard, Carneros 85
6136 2017 J Davies “Ferrington Vineyard”, Anderson Valley 85
6095 2013 Sea Smoke “Southing” Santa Rita Hills 89
6077 2011 Roar “Sierra Mar” Santa Lucia Highlands 89
6019 2012 MacPhail, Sonoma Coast 89
6053 2009 Pisoni Vineyards, Santa Lucia 89
6101b 2014 Guarachi Family Gap’s Crown Vineyard, Sonoma Coast 89
6101 2013 Gaurachi Family Sun Chase Vineyards, Sonoma Coast 89
6104 2013 Raen, Fort Ross-Seaview, Sonoma Coast 89
6104b 2014 Raen, Fort Ross-Seaview, Sonoma Coast 89
6102 2012 Laetitia “Les Galets” Arroyo Grande Valley 89
6092 2015 DuMol Estate, Russian River 95
6037 2014 DuMol “Ryan” Russian River 99
6135 2017 Arista, Russian River Valley 99
6095 2013 Sea Smoke “Southing” Santa Rita Hills 99
6117 2015 MacPhail “Mardikian”, Sonoma 119
6081 2013 Sea Smoke “Ten” Santa Rita Hills 119
6138 2016 Wayfarer “Golden Mean” Fort Ross-Sea View, Sonoma 175
 
Bin # Vintage California Red Bottle
7073 2016 Michael David “Petite Petit” Lodi 19
7081 2012 Juxtapoz, North Coast 29
7166 2015 Fallbrook Winery, 33 Degrees North BDX, Fallbrook 29
7013 2013 Bogle “Phantom” 30
7154 2014 Carr, Sangiovese, Santa Ynez 35
7101 2015 Epiphany “Gypsy”, Santa Barbara 35
7078 2010 Casey Flat Ranch. Estate Red, Capay Valley 39
7079 2016 Fess Parker “The Big Easy”, Santa Barbara 39
7103 2012 Miner, Hudson Vineyard Grenache, Napa Valley 39
7098 2013 Brave and Maiden, Cabernet Franc, Santa Ynez 39
7140 2013 Brave and Maiden “Bequest”, Santa Ynez 39
7094 2015 Crew Wine Co, “The Arsonist”, Dunnigan Hills 40
7133 2012 Seghesio “Venom” Rattlesnake Hill Sangiovese. Alexander Valley 49
7122 2013 Tablas Creek “Cotes de Tablas Rouge” Paso Robles 49
7142 2014 Trefethen “Dragon’s Tooth”, Napa Valley 49
7164 2012 Trenza, “Tinto”, San Louis Obispo County 55
7128 2012 Jonata “Todos”, Ballard Canyon, Sta. Ynez 59
7027 2008 Coho “Headwaters”, Napa Valley 59
7052 2013 Villa Creek “Willow Creek Cuvee”, Paso Robles 59
7061 2010 Cloak and Dagger “New World Order” Dove Pond Vineyard, Paso Robles 59
7180 2013 Anonymous, Red Blend, Napa Valley 60
7121 2013 Tablas Creek Mourvedre, Paso Robles 69
7090 2012 Robert Mondavi BDX, Napa Valley 79
7004 2006 Rodney Strong “Symmetry”, Alexander Valley 79
7060 2010 La Sirena “Pirate TreasuRed”, Napa Valley 79
7109 2009 Villa Creek, Columbini Vineyard Carignan, Mendocino 79
7158 2014 Jason Pahlmeyer “Jayson”, Napa County 85
7123 2013 Tablas Creek “Esprit de Tablas” Paso Robles 85
7070 2010 Couture “Sanguis”, Santa Barbara 89
7118 2013 Anderson’s Conn Valley “Right Bank”, Napa Valley 89
7062 2010 Kapscandy Family Winery “Endre”, State Lane Vineyard, Napa Valley 95
7125 2012 Flora Springs “Trilogy” Napa Valley 95
7102 2012 Barnett Vineyards Cabernet Franc, Spring Mountain District 99
7174 2016 La Jota Cabernet Franc, Howell Mountain 125
7119 2010 Anderson’s Conn Valley “Eloge”, Napa 139
7005 2006 Quintessa, Rutherford, Napa Valley 140
7005b 2011 Quintessa, Rutherford, Napa Valley 140
7033 2007 Merryvale “Profile” Napa Valley 150
7033b 2013 Merryvale “Profile” Napa Valley 150
7034 2012 Pahlmeyer “Proprietary Red”, Napa Valley 150
7162 2014 Quilceda Creek “Palengat” Proprietary Red, Columbia Valley 195
7065 2011 Saxum, James Berry Vineyard, Paso Robles 159
7045 2007 Jarvis “Lake William” Napa Valley 175
7144 2013 Hess “The Lion”, Napa Valley 175
7187 2015 Crown Point Estate Red Blend, Happy Canyon, Santa Barbara 175
7006 2008 Joseph Phelps “Insignia”, Napa Valley 189
7175 2016 Ovid Napa, St Helena 395
7176 2016 Ovid “Hexameter”, St Helena 395
       
       
       
 
Bin # Vintage  California Syrah Bottle
       
7608 2006 Ampelos “Gamma”, Santa Rita Hills 59
7620 2007 Epoch “Veracity” Paso Robles 75
7631 2015 Magnus “The Profane”, Sonoma 79
7609 2007 DuMol Russian River 79
7603 2012 Nickel and Nickel, Darien Vineyard, Russian River 79
7627 2007 La Sirena “Barrett” Syrah, Napa Valley 89
7622 2009 Stolpman “Angelli” Santa Ynez 89
       
       
Bin # Vintage Merlot Bottle
2041 2013 33 Degrees N, Gracie Hill Vineyard, South Coast 29
2037 2013 HammerSky Vineyards “Red Handed” Paso Robles 29
2039 2012 Thorn, Napa Valley 39
2023 2010 Rombauer, Carneros 49
2043 2014 Magnus “The Bravado”, Napa County 59
2036 2013 St Francis Reserve, Sonoma County 59
2018 2010 Cakebread, Napa Valley 69
2035 2013 Plumpjack, Napa Valley 75
2029 2012 Emmolo, Rutherford 79
2027 2011 Switchback Ridge, Peterson Family Vineyard, Napa 79
2030 2012 Pride Mountain, Napa-Sonoma 79
2004 2009 Shafer, Napa Valley 79
2032 2012 Barnett, Spring Mountain District 85
2040 2005 Coho, Michael Black Vineyard, Napa 95
2021 2008 Pahlmeyer, Napa Valley 99
2026 2010 Jarvis,  Napa Valley 125
2038 2013 HammerSky Estate “SDB”, Paso Robles 125
       
Bin # Vintage California Zinfandel Bottle
 
5021 2016 Artezin, Mendocino County 25
5018 2014 Heitz Ink Grade Vineyard, Napa Valley 35
5028 2017 Baca “Double Dutch”, Dusi Vineyard, Paso Robles 39
5000 2016 Seghesio “Sonoma”, Sonoma County 40
5011 2009 Gluttony, Amador County 45
5026 2015 Hartford, Russian River 49
5001 2017 Rombauer, Napa Valley 50
       
 
Bin # Vintage Cabernet Sauvignon Bottle
Likely the most famous grape varietal on the planet, and definitely the king of California wine production, Cabernet Sauvignon along with Chardonnay were the wines that started it all in California. While certainly not the first wine made here, Cabernet vaulted California onto the international wine stage and has continued to dominate the success of the region ever since.
1132 2015 Hess Allomi, Napa Valley 39
1049 2013 Flora Springs, Napa Valley 39
1226 2015 Tyros, Napa Valley 45
1100 2015 Faust, Napa Valley 49
1153 2013 Brave and Maiden, Santa Ynez 49
1208 2015 Miner “Emily’s”, Napa Valley 49
1174 2013 Stonestreet Estate, Alexander Valley 55
1063 2013 Trinchero Family Vineyard, Napa Valley 55
1215 2015 Rodney Strong “Reserve”, Sonoma County 59
1143 2010 Saint Helena Winery, St Helena 59
1178 2014 Venge “Silencieux” Napa Valley 59
1168 2010 Vine Cliff, Napa Valley 59
1083 2010 Alpha Omega II, Napa Valley 59
1214 2014 Ramey, Napa Valley 59
1227 2017 Harvey & Harriett, Paso Robles 59
1119 2017 Hall, Napa Valley 59
1115 2009 Cade Cuvee, Napa Valley 65
1089 2014 Trefethen, Oak Knoll District, Napa 69
1192 2014 Martin Ray “Synthesis”, Napa Valley 69
1217 2010 Spring Mountain Vineyard, Spring Mountain District 69
1219 2014 Brandlin, Napa Valley 69
1221 2015 Tether, Napa Valley 69
1159 2013 Adaptation by Plumpjack, Napa Valley 75
1156 2012 Robert Craig “Affinity” Napa Valley 75
1004 2012 Inglenook “Cask Cabernet” Rutherford, Napa Valley 75
1202 2014 Clos du Val, Napa Valley 75
1051 2014 BR Cohn, Sonoma County 77
1194 2013 Capture, “Innovant”, Sonoma County 79
1237 2018 Educated Guess “Hypothesis”, Oakville 85
1228 2012 Inglenook “Rubicon”, Rutherford, Napa, CA 375ml 89
1084 2013 Paul Hobbs, Napa Valley 89
1112 2009 Ladera, Howell Mountain, Napa 89
1157 2012 Bella Union, Napa Valley 89
1129 2013 Cakebread, Napa Valley 89
1127 2010 Ghost Block, Oakville, Napa 89
1118 2008 Townley, Napa Valley 89
1018 2012 Miner Family “Stagecoach”, Napa Valley 89
1197 2015 Lewis Cellars “Mason” Napa Valley 89
1206 2010 The Mascot, Napa, CA  375ml 89
1199 2015 Stag’s Leap Cellar “Artemis”, Napa Valley 95
1111 2010 Rodney Strong “Brother’s Ridge”, Alexander Valley 95
1024 2007 Rodney Strong “Rockaway”, Alexander Valley 95
1110 2010 Beaulieu Vineyard, “Georges de Latour”, Napa Valley 95
1133 2013 Robert Craig, Mount Veeder, Napa 95
1180 2005 Coho, Diamond Mountain District, Napa 95
1191 2014 Sojourn, Oakville, Napa Valley 95
1047 2014 Pine Ridge, Napa Valley 95
1149 2012 Charles Krug, Napa Valley 99
1101 2010 Merryvale, Napa Valley 99
1146 2012 Barnett Family Vineyards, Napa 99
1105 2010 Stanton, Napa Valley 99
1090 2009 Cade, Howell Mountain, Napa 99
1102 2010 Continuum, Napa Valley,  (Half Bottle) 105
1019 2009 Plumpjack, Napa Valley 105
1117 2010 Switchback Ridge, Napa Valley 105
1193 2014 Tate, Mount Veeder, Napa 109
1012 2012 Fisher “Mountain Estate” Sonoma 109
1235 2016 Magnus “The Allure”, St Helena and Coombsville 109
1028 2009 Nickel and Nickel “Tench”, Oakville, Napa 119
1043 2012 Nickel and Nickel “State Ranch”, Yountville 119
1148 2012 Charles Krug, “Family Reserve”, Howell Mountain, Napa 119
1163 2012 Anderson’s Conn Valley, Estate Reserve, Napa Valley 119
1169 2013 Corley “State Lane Vineyard”, Yountville, Napa 119
1170 2011 Alpha Omega Estate, Napa Valley 119
1008 2018 Caymus, Napa Valley 125
1207 2013 Guarachi, Napa Valley 125
1158 2012 Ellman Family Vineyards “Jemma”, Napa Valley 125
1041b 2008 Palmaz, Napa Valley 125
1041c 2010 Palmaz, Napa Valley 125
1201 2013 Vaso, Napa Valley 125
1122 2009 Vineyard 29 “Aida”, Napa Valley 125
1189 2014 Neyers “AME” Napa Valley 125
1186 2014 Pahlmeyer “Jayson”, Napa Valley 125
1187 2014 Tate “Jack’s Vineyard”, Howell Mountain, Napa 125
1230 2015 Mark Herold, Coombsville, Napa 125
1222 2017 Patria, Oakville Ranch, Napa 129
1166 2013 Fisher Estate “Coach Insignia”, Napa Valley 136
1112 2009 Ladera, Howell Mountain, Napa 139
1124 2012 Hewitt, Rutherford, Napa Valley 139
1142 2013 Odette Estate, Stag’s Leap District, Napa 139
1205 2012 The Mascot, Napa 149
1175 2012 Groth Reserve, Oakville, Napa 149
1213 2013 Pine Ridge, Stag’s Leap District, Napa 149
1137 2010 Chateau Montelena Estate, Napa Valley 149
1205 2012 Macot, Napa Valley 149
1103 2007 M by Michael Mondavi, Atlas Peak, Napa 159
1031 2006 Far Niente, Napa Valley 159
1031b 2009 Far Niente, Napa Valley 159
1116 2010 La Sirena, Napa Valley 159
1167 2013 Flora Springs “Wild Boar” Napa Valley 159
1172 2013 Newton “The Puzzle”, Napa Valley 159
1147 2004 Chateau Montelena, Napa Valley 165
1209 2016 The Settings, Oakville, Napa 175
1009 2012 Caymus Special Selection, Napa Valley 175
1231 2017 Darioush, Napa Valley 175
1240 2016 Crown Point, Happy Canyon, Santa Barbara 175
1097 2009 Alpha Omega “Era” Napa Valley 179
1234 2016 Black Stallion “Transcendent”, Napa Valley 179
1203 2013 Heitz, Linda Falls Vineyard”, Napa Valley 195
1106 2009 Hall “Kathryn Hall”, Napa Valley 195
1106b 2011 Hall “Kathryn Hall”, Napa Valley 195
1106c 2014 Hall “Kathryn Hall”, Napa Valley 195
1106d 2015 Hall “Kathryn Hall”, Napa Valley 195
1045 2010 Continuum, Napa Valley 195
1045b 2011 Continuum, Napa Valley 195
1045c 2012 Continuum, Napa Valley 195
1045d 2013 Continuum, Napa Valley 195
1045e 2014 Continuum, Napa Valley 195
1045f 2015 Continuum, Napa Valley 195
1046 2012 Robert Mondavi Reserve, Napa Valley 195
1225 2016 La Jota, Howell Mountain, Napa 195
1042 2009 Inglenook “Rubicon” Rutherford, Napa Valley 195
1128a 2010 Dana Estates, Onda, Napa Valley 199
1128b 2011 Dana Estates, Onda, Napa Valley 199
1128c 2012 Dana Estates, Onda, Napa Valley 199
1128d 2013 Dana Estates, Onda, Napa Valley 199
1128e 2014 Dana Estates, Onda, Napa Valley 199
1128f 2015 Dana Estates, Onda, Napa Valley 199
1216 2016 Senses, Oakville, Napa 219
1198 2013 Stag’s Leap Cellars “Fay”, Napa Valley 225
1073 2013 Paul Hobbs “Dr Crane” St Helena, Napa Valley 225
1190 2014 Pride Reserve, Mountain Vineyards, Napa 225
1196 2009 MX, Beckstoffer to Kalon, Oakville, Napa 225
1013 2008 Shafer “Hillside Select”, Stag’s Leap District 249
1081b 2009 Trefethen “Halo”, Oak Knoll, Napa 249
1081c 2012 Trefethen “Halo”, Oak Knoll, Napa 249
1238 2015 J Davies “Jamie” Diamond Mountain District 250
1173a 2016 Cardinale, Napa Valley 275
1173 2013 Cardinale, Napa Valley 275
1155 2010 The Debtate, Beckstoffer To Kalon Vineyard, Napa Valley 250
1155 2010 The Debtate, Beckstoffer Dr Crane, St Helena 250
1155 2010 The Debtate, Beckstoffer Missouri Hopper, Oakville 250
1182 2013 Rudd, Samantha’s Vineyard, Oakville 259
1220 2016 Kata, Beckstoffer Bourn Vineyard, Napa Valley 269
1229 2016 Rewa, Coombsville, Napa Valley 299
1181 2004 Chateau Montelena Estate, Napa Valley, Magnum 395
1224 2016 Chappellet Prichard Hill, Napa Valley 395
1092 2009 Continuum, Napa Valley,  Magnum 400
1075 2015 Hundred Acre “Ark”, Napa Valley 450
1023 2011 Dana Estates, Lotus Vineyard, Napa Valley 450
1023 2012 Dana Estates, Lotus Vineyard, Napa Valley 450
1023 2013 Dana Estates, Lotus Vineyard, Napa Valley 450
1023 2014 Dana Estates, Lotus Vineyard, Napa Valley 450
1023 2011 Dana Estates, Hershey Vineyard, Napa Valley 450
1023 2013 Dana Estates, Hershey Vineyard, Napa Valley 450
1023 2014 Dana Estates, Hershey Vineyard, Napa Valley 450
1023 2014 Dana Estates, Helms Vineyard, Napa Valley 450
1164 2014 Lokoya, Howell Mountain, Napa Valley 450
7115 1998 Verite “La Joie” Sonoma 450
7115 2005 Verite “La Joie” Sonoma 450
7115 2005 Verite “La Muse” Sonoma 450
7115 2005 Verite “Le Desir” Sonoma 450
7115 2014 Verite “La Muse”, Sonoma 450
1130 2010 Dana Estates, Onda, Napa Valley, Magnum 495
1236 2004 Bryant Family Vineyards, Napa Valley 695
 

Bin #
Vintage Dessert Wine and Port Bottle
4728 2018 Rizzi, Moscato d’Asti, Italy 29
4727 2018 Michele Chiarlo “Nivole”, Moscato D’Asti 29
4731 2016 Chateau Laribotte Sauternes, France 375ml 29
4730 NV Bodegas Dios Baco Esnobista Moscatel Pasa, Jerez, Spain 39
4725 1983 Bodegas Toro Albala, PX Gran Reserva, Cordoba, Spain 49
4722 2008 Buglioni Recioto, Valpolicella, Italy 55
4726 2014 Donnafugatta “Ben Rye”, Passito di Pantelleria, Italy 59
4717 2009 Rombauer “Joy” Late Harvest, Napa Valley, CA 75
4704 2006 Grgich Hills “Violetta” Late Harvest, Napa Valley, CA 79
4700 2009 Dolce “Liquid Gold”, Napa Valley, CA 79
4729 2017 Sandeman Quinta Do Seixo Vintage Port, Duoro Valley, Portugal 89
4733 2013 Royal Tokaji, Tokaji Aszu 5 Puttonyos Red Label, Tokaj, Hungary 95
4734 2017 Taylor Fladgate Vintage Port, Douro, Portugal 185