A Mediterranean Vacation in a BottleStrawberries, even currants on the luxuriously textured palate. A squeeze of tangerines in the long finish will leave you wanting more. Packed with flavor, and one to enjoy all year round.
|PAIRING SUGGESTION: Pair this fuller bodied rose with anything you might enjoy this summer - from grilled asparagus to spicy/smoky BBQ.|
California’s Answer to SummerApricots, oranges, and peaches on the palate, with an herbal note giving it some edge. Lush, with a mineral note in the finish. Pure California, where summer fruit leads the way.
|PAIRING SUGGESTION: Enjoy this zesty sauvignon blanc with salads, chicken, or grilled salmon.|
A Napa Cab in All But NameA hard hitting New World Cab. Macerated black cherries and blackberries coated with Swiss chocolate and framed by toasty oak. Lush and fruit driven, a classic Cali cab selling for a song.
|PAIRING SUGGESTION: Pair this savory cab with grilled or roasted meat. Lamb is a classic pairing.|
A Lush, Fruit-Driven ChardRipe red apples and apricots seasoned with toasty oak and caramel. Creamy on the palate, with tonic hints in the long finish. A complete chardonnay that covers the full spectrum of chard flavors.
|PAIRING SUGGESTION: Serve this full bodied chard with something luxurious: crab cakes, grilled shrimp or tuna, scallops, or lobster.|
A Classic in the MakingA muscular and mouthwatering red, where wild red cherries and spice hints skip along the palate. A classic pinot noir, where fresh and lively flavors take center stage.
|FUN FACT: Monterey County is one of the largest wine producing regions in the country, with total acreage nearly equal to Napa. Cool mornings and fog from the Pacific make this a perfect climate for Pinot Noir.|
Contra Costa County
The Real DealDusty red raspberry and cassis jump from the glass with notes of brown leather and cinnamon. Medium bodied, smooth tannins, and a long finish with ripe raspberry, cracked pepper and baking spices.
|FUN FACT: Zinfandel is known as California’s heritage grape, but there are also excellent relatives in Southern Italy (Primitivo) and Croatia (Plavac Mali).|
Rich yet lively, where plums and blackberries dominate. Dashes of dark chocolate and black pepper in the long, structured finish. A serious bargain.
|FUN FACT: Merlot is the most widely planted grape in Bordeaux, where it especially shines in Pomerol and St. Emilion.|
An extravagant red with black cherries and blueberries on the palate, and dusts of dark chocolate accenting the lurid fruit flavors. A sinful pleasure.
|PAIRING SUGGESTION: Pairs well with zesty barbecue, grilled pork, and steak tacos.|
From Sazerac's Bardstown Distillery - makers of Buffalo Trace, Barton & other Bourbon IconsClassic corn puddin’ opens the nose with cherries and vanilla in supporting roles and a touch of anise in the background. Round and filling on the palate with a touch of toasted oak, baking spice and vanilla all in balance. The finish lingers with vanilla, butterscotch and a touch of clove and cinnamon.
From Sazerac's Bardstown Distillery - makers of Buffalo Trace, Barton & other Bourbon IconsCherries, brown sugar, pepper and vanilla are all layered throughout the robust nose. The soft and round palate brings a touch more sweetness with strong vanilla, caramelized sugars and sweet corn. Cinnamon and clove build gradually giving balance to the sweeter flavors throughout the long finish.
|HOME BAR STAPLE: A versatile whiskey equally at home on the rocks or in your favorite cocktail and is maybe the best deal in our ever-expanding bourbon aisle.|