Items 1-15 of 21
There is an overall sense of freshness and tension with a luscious fruit core. Fresh Meyer lemon custard, white flower, lemon verbena, and stony notes evolve along with some beeswax and marzipan accents. The wine is rich and persistent while remaining taut with salinity.
Aromas of baking spices, hints of cedar, chocolate and toasty oak notes frame bright fruit of red cherry, black plum, and cranberry. These aromas led to flavors of red plum, cassis, blackberry and cherry.
Just a stone's throw from Carlisle Vineyard, this "grand dame" of the Russian River Valley was planted in 1934 by Charley (Carlo) Papera. While many old-vine vineyards contain plenty of mixed black varieties, most of the blocks at Papera Ranch are 95+% Zinfandel.
The deep, ruby red color of this wine, hinting at black, is the first clue to its intensity. Vibrant aromas of ripe blackberry, spice and cassis mingle with notes of vanilla and toasted oak on the nose. Full-bodied and velvety on the palate.
Argot winemaker Justin Harmon is a superstar in the making: His reds have inspired Jeb Dunnuck to invoke some of the most sought-after cult wines in California, and even write, “If you haven’t heard of Justin Harmon, you should write that name down.”
Aromas of honey, white peach, yellow apple and mango. On the palate, flavors of juicy bosc pear, peach, mango and tropical pineapple with a bright lemon meringue finish. A versatile wine that's at home on many tables. Goes well with planked fish on the barbecue, creamy pastas or roast chicken. A fun match for fish tacos with avocado and fresh lime.
Aromas of tart cranberry, earthy garden tomato and toasted bread. On the palate, the 2020 vintage is a bright, fruit-forward expression of Pinot Noir offering flavors of red raspberry, hints of orange rind and smooth tannins with a creamy finish.
Pairing wines from living legends - and the ultimate odd couple - Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg, this limited-edition gift pack from 19 Crimes is sure to bring intrigue and fun to the winter months. Crowd-pleasing yet elegant, Martha's Chard bursts forth with zippy citrus notes, while Snoop's Cali Red impresses with its luxurious and silky palate.