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The grapes used to produce this wine originate from California's famous Clarksburg apellation. It displays all the wonderful elements characteristic of this varietal. Exhibits fruity notes of gooseberry, white peach, and nectarine. Best served chilled with spicy entrees, poultry, or even alone as an appetizer. Learn More

Youthfully bright, with light tannins, it has a soft refreshing finish. A fresh, medium-bodied red wine that showcases bright cherry and raspberry fruit notes, with highlights of toasted almonds. This elegant Pinot Noir is best served slightly below room temperature (60–64 degrees F). It pairs well with earthy flavors found in dishes made with mushrooms, cheeses such as brie and chevre, or with duck confit. A great food wine that will highlight the flavors, rather than overpower them. Learn More

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Dark Horse Cabernet is made from a blend of hand-selected grapes grown predominantly in the Lodi and Delta winegrowing areas of California's Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys. The 2012 Dark Horse Cabernet Sauvignon was carefully aged to develop dark fruit flavors and dark roast aromas. It showcases bold flavors of blackberry and cherry supported by firm tannins, brown spice, and a dark-chocolate-espresso finish. Learn More

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The ripest fruit was selected from the Lodi, Delta, and Clarksburg areas for their Chardonnay wine and they're proud to offer it as the perfect complement to their red wines. The 2012 Dark Horse Chardonnay underwent alcoholic fermentation with hand-selected yeast and then a secondary malolactic fermentation to create a round, full mouthfeel. It showcases rich flavors of baked apple and pear, layered with toasted oak, notes of caramel, and brown spice with a lingering, smooth finish. Learn More

As Dark Horse Wines' newest endeavor, this Merlot wine seeks to excite the tastes and inspire the palates of California wine enthusiasts. Dark Horse Merlot was carefully aged to develop dark fruit flavors and mocha aromas. It showcases robust flavors of jammy dark fruit layered with toasted oak, molasses, and brown spice with a long, plush finish. Learn More

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Dark Horse Sauvignon Blanc showcases flavors of lively pink grapefruit layered with fresh tropical fruits and bright citrus with a crisp, vibrant finish Learn More

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Consistent with Earthquake's signature style, this Cabernet is full bodied but sleek as silk. Like all of their wines, it finishes smooth with mild tannins and a slight high note on the finish. This vintage is brilliant deep purple, clear out to the rim. It is juicy and fruit forward with plenty of structure. Black cherry compote predominates, but this bottle is infused with hints of cocoa. Learn More

Big, brash, and bold efforts aimed at folks who want lots of up-front fruit! Deep dark plum, blackberry, and black raspberry fruit characteristics are prominent throughout the deeply layered palate of this wine along with plum pudding spices. All of those fruit flavors and spices carry though the finish along with bits of chocolate and earth. Learn More

This Earthquake Zin is the original flagship wine which came from an old Lodi vineyard planted around the same time of San Francisco's great earthquake of 1906. Opaque, dark purple with a hint of cured tobacco on the nose. Exploding on the palate, bursting with jammy black raspberry, warm spice and of course big on character. Learn More

To create our new Authentic Red, they've blended their densely flavorful Zinfandel with Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petite Sirah to deliver a massively juicy core of ripe blackberry and spice.Pair it with boldly flavored foods like steak, grilled chops of BBQ. Learn More

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It's a well-known fact in the wine world that a hanging vine is always a swingin' good time Learn More

The old vines of Pescador Vineyard and Locust Tree produced intense flavors for this late harvest wine that displays a rich texture and a luscious sweet berry fruit finish. This full-bodied wine is easy on the palate and well balanced with a lingering flavor that does not overwhelm. Pairs excellently with chocolate and strawberry shortcake. Learn More

The 2012 Mettler Zinfandel draws you in with its deep, opaque garnet color. Enticing aromas of dried redcurrant, brambly blackberry, and vanilla delight the senses. An impressive concentration of flavors offer waves of sweet raspberry, blackberry, and boysenberry pie, enriched by notes of sweet tobacco, pepper, and hints of cola. Silky, plush tannins float through the lingering finish, balanced by light touch of acidity. Learn More

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The Seven Deadly Zins—Sinful indeed! This wickedly delicious zin is temptation at first sip. And that's not just their pride talking . . . blame it on the Catholic school upbringing ofbrothers Michael and David or their lust for hedonistically seductive wines. Learn More

Michael and David Phillips represent the fifth generation of growers in Lodi, and things are changing. With 500 acres of premium wine grapes, there is plenty of room for experimentation and innovation. This wine is black as night in the glass with a very slight floral note contrasting a core of pure fruit aromas. This wine is dense and rich, but elegant. The fruit predominates, but the oak showcases the lusty chocolate-cherry truffle. Learn More

Like elephants whose size is imposing, Petite Petit is large! A blend of Petite Sirah and Petit Verdot, offering a joyous explosion of color and fun! It reveals remarkable richness with a finish that is slightly dry and seems to linger. It is a substantial, dense, full-bodied, whopper style of wine loaded with pure black fruit and vanilla flavors that coat the palate Learn More

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The 2013 vintage of Rapture opens up with a bright, fruit laden bouquet of sweet blackberry, blackcurrant, and subtle hints of oak. Medium bodied, the wine shows flavors of dark raspberry, spiced plum, and integrated, toasty oak notes. The wine finishes dry with a lingering, velvet-like finish. "Don't be left behind!" Learn More

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Handpicked and whole-cluster pressed, the Sauvignon Blanc shows ripe tropical-fruit notes. Cold fermentation in stainless steel has helped preserve the wine's bright, clean attributes and crisp, natural acidity. Learn More

Noble Vines 337 is a bold, but luscious wine that ignites the senses with bursts of spice and blackberry. Exudes seductive aromas of mocha and dark cherry followed by intense flavors of ripe blackberry and spice. Enjoy on its own or with savory pasta, pot roast, thick steaks, or creamy cheeses. Learn More

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Soft bubbles tickle the tongue, floating over flavors of sweet citrus, peach, and melon. A bouquet of wildflowers refreshes the senses. Electra is a Moscato d'Asti-style-picnic wine for drinking outside, in warm weather, chilled, or on the rocks. Pair it with fresh fruit, salads, spicy Asian and Indian foods, burgers with sweet sauce, light desserts, blue skies, and fresh air. And with only 4.5% alcohol, you can still play volleyball after the picnic. Learn More

Elysium is used to either accompany or replace dessert. It is wonderful with blue cheeses, with desserts containing red fruits (such as Summer Pudding, an English favorite), with vanilla, with dark chocolate, with ice cream desserts, and candlelight. One favorite is to pour the wine onto vanilla ice cream. Serve Elysium Sundae with a glass of Elysium. Learn More

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From 100% Orange Muscat with an aroma reminiscent of Orange Blossom and Apricot, and a lingering refreshing aftertaste, Essensia is used as a dessert accompaniment or a dessert in itself. The Orange Muscat grape variety is little known. It was once grown in France and there are some small plantings in Italy and Australia. The wine is lightly fortified to about 15% alcohol and aged for 3 months in French Oak. The wine tastes balanced, like the taste of fresh fruit. Learn More

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Red Electra, first released in 1993, is garnet red, tastes of succulent cherry, berry, and peach, and has a slight sparkle. Try it with all kinds of desserts and cheeses including chocolate bon-bons, truffles, spiced holiday cookies, vanilla, and fruit. Red Electra is made by combining Orange and Black Muscat grapes, and fermenting them very slowly at a low temperature so they keep their delicious flavors. That's why Red Electra tastes like a bowl full of cherries. Learn More

On the palate, blue and black fruit coats the mouth, followed by sweet, textured spices, and an iron-like minerality. Over several hours the wine fills out nicely; there is a gentle viscosity and plenty of ripe red and blue fruit on the finish, where there is a stony note with a touch of cedar. Learn More

The 2012 Crusher Cabernet Sauvignon opens with a vibrant bouquet of black cherry, toasted oak, and captivating pepperiness. Graceful in the mouth, with a silky texture and lively dark berry fruit, flavors of plum and dark chocolate expand on the palate. Ten months of aging on 100% French oak imparts endearing smoky notes and a touch of sandalwood to this Cabernet Sauvignon. This wine finishes impressively long and showcases wonderful finesse and well-integrated tannins. Pair with a marinated London broil, porcini herb-crusted lamb, or the classic New York strip steak. Learn More

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