Made from 100% Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro grapes. The juice macerates on the skins to obtain it's vibrant ruby color and layered flavor profile. It is fermented in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperatures to maintain its freshness and beguiling aromatics.More info
The wine is bone-dry, even if your first whiff of sunny, slightly tropical fruit leads you to expect otherwise. On the palate, it is luscious and mouth-coating with generous passion fruit and lychee, and yet it is racy at the same time—constructed along a sturdy spine of chalk and acidity, it bears the classic Sauvignon Blanc notes of lime and grass.More info
Bianco Pomice is a blend of 60% Malvasia di Lipari and 40% Carricante. Only the Carricante is aged in neutral oak for six months with lees contact and frequent stirring. Bright straw-yellow. Tight aromas of white peach, lemon, minerals and fresh herbs. Delivers good density without being weighty, showing bright lemony cut to the apricot, papaya and saline mineral flavors. Displays lovely mineral-acid balance, finishing with enticing, lingering perfume and noteworthy complexity.More info
100% Friulano ("free-ooh-LA-no"). Hillside vineyard. Hand harvested, cold-macerated on the skins for 16-18 hours, before crush and cold fermentation. Aged on the lees in temperature-controlled stainless steel. Formerly Tocai Friulano, and also known as Sauvignonasse) these wines are typically lively and fruit-driven with notes of citrus and almond, and a touch of minerality.More info
Truly one of the most iconic domestic producers around, Turley makes a plethora of delicious single vineyard wines from some of the greatest old vineyards of California. These wines are expressive and full flavored examples of California history, unfortunately they are also sometimes hard to find and a bit pricey. Enter the Juvenile: most of our customers know this bottling by now, a blend of all the replanted younger vines within the dozens of vineyards they work with throughout the state. They separate young from old to preserve the concentration of their single vineyards, while also creating this awesome blend that encapsulates California Zinfandel and its varied terroir.
Layered with notes of juicy raspberry, black cherry, dried herbs, blueberry, spice, licorice and silky tannins. This medium bodied Zin has plenty of complexity and fruit with a freshness on the finish that will make make anybody happy.
Corvina, Rondinella and Merlot. Macerated on the skins for about 2 weeks to enhance the characteristics of the grapes. Spontaneous alcoholic fermentation is followed by a second maceration to enrich the bouquet and give more structure to the wine. After racking and pressing, the wine is fermented in stainless steel for 6 months before bottling. This possesses primary aromas of raspberry, blackberry and light herbaceous nuances, with floral hints of violets and roses adding complexity. On the palate, the wine is soft and pleasant, round and juicy on the palate.More info
Fermented in open top fermenters using native yeasts. Aged 12 months in 50% French oak, 50% American oak. Aromas of fresh Santa Rosa Plum and bay leaf. Currant and sandelwood on the palate, with a soft tannin finish.
Produced from grapes grown in the Santa Margarita Vineyard in the cool southwestern corner of the Paso Robles viticultural area, this wine combines the balanced Talley Vineyards' house style with the soft approachability typical of the Paso Robles region.
The entry level red from an extraordinary Valpolicella producer who studied under Quintarelli for 11 years. This is mostly a typical Valpolicella (Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara) with the addition of Sangiovese and a bit of Teroldego. Generous on the nose, this is loaded with sweet black cherry, juicy raspberry, strawberry, rhubarb, flowers, leather, spice, herbs, cocoa powder and hints of dark earth. Soft, elegant and medium bodied, this is a terrific value.More info
100% Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso. Hand-harvested, totally destemmed, and fermented at 24C. Pomace is pressed and wine is left to settle in steel, then bottled. Peduncolo Rosso translates to "Refosco with the red stems" because the stems or stalks of the clusters turn red when the grapes ripen. This is widely regarded as the top quality sub-variety of this varietal. The wines have impressive dark fruit intensity (plum, blackberry), with notes of violets, pepper, forest floor, almond skin and are laced with minerality and tart acidity.More info