Rich and intense with a complex character and smooth finish. Luxurious texture with black currants and vanilla. Aroma of licorice and blackberry.
California is one of the most renowned wine making regions in the entire world. Wine has been produced in this region for over 250 years and it has only grown every year. Today there are over 1200 wineries in the state and it accounts for about 90% of all wine produced in America. If California was its own country, it would instantly be the world's fourth largest wine producing country.
The most popular wine varietals from California are Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Syrah, and Zinfandel. The state is often broken down in about 4 sub-regions. Those sub regions are the North Coast, Central Coast, South Coast, and the Central Valley.
The North Coast consists of the most popular region, Napa Valley, as well as Sonoma County. The Central Coast consists of Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, as well as Paso Robles. The Central Valley includes the popular region of Lodi where some of the best Zinfandel comes from.
Dark black cherry, brambly blackberry, vanilla and cocoa aromas. Soft, juicy black fruit flavors combine in the mouth with hints of leather and spice.
A robust Zinfandel from the region’s signature 50-100-year-old vines. Jammy with raspberry, milk chocolate and mocha flavors, soft tannins and a supple mouthfeel.
Heady aromas of brambly raspberry, black fig and peppercorn dominate. The palate is lush and opulent with blackberries, dark plums and currants.
Aromatic notes of Luxardo cherries, ripe black plums and raspberries billow, with intricate hints of coffee, mocha and caramel in the background.
This elegant white is favored by those who prefer a golden, refined quaff, often enjoyedwith chicken, duck, partridge or pigeon. Raise a goblet to toast each days victories.
Austin Hope Cabernet Sauvignon expresses intense fragrances of black currants, ripe black cherries, and blackberries with subtle notes of violets, mocha, and dried spices.
Sourced from Chile, this Cabernet Sauvignon has aromas of darkplum, cherry and cedar. On the palate, ripe red currant and blackberry flavors predominate with hints of sage and dried strawberry rounding out the finish.
Duckhorn Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2015, Duckhorn Napa Valley Merlot 2015, Duckhorn Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc 2017
Layered and complex, our Bourbon Barrel-aged Cabernet Sauvignon leaps from the glass with aromas of blackberry cobbler, graham cracker, brown sugar, milk chocolate, coffee and smoke.
This wine has flashes of vanilla and traces of minerality evolve into chalky tannins and a smooth lingering finish.
Rich and palate coating, the intense black fruit flavors are marked by a distinctive toasted/smoky-oak. The tannins are moderate and velvety.
An intense ink with a garnet rim, the wine opens with powerful aromatics of cassis, ripe boysenberry, and chaparral with hints of graphite, sage, fire -roasted meats and fresh brioche.
This wine brings juicy red fruit with good mid-palate weight from the Merlot, ripe, jammy flavors from the Zinfandel, and dark fruit from the Petite Sirah and Tannat.
As soon as a glass is poured, aromatic notes of Luxardo cherries, ripe black plums and raspberries billow, with intricate hints of coffee, mocha and caramel in the background.
Balanced with aromas of tropical fruits and citrus married with subtle oak notes. The palate is bright and fresh, with lingering flavors of juicy yellow peaches, lemon oil and crème brulee.
Crisp flavors of green apple and biscotti contrast with hints of grapefruit, toasted marshmallow, and fresh lime on the finish.
The Pinot Grigio opens with light, mineral-driven aromas of lemon and green tea, expressing a crisp yet subtle Italian style. Fresh fruit flavors of green apple and citrus follow a bracing, mouthwatering acidity.
Pure Pinot aromas and flavors -- black cherries kissed by oak and complimented by just the right amount of Asian spice.
Dark ruby color with bold aromas of black licorice, black pepper, cherry, and baking spice. The entry is rich, full, and scintillating. The palate is mouthwatering and smooth with a hint of chocolate.
Wild berries and black pepper are framed by the influence of oak aging with baking spices and a hint of toasty vanilla.
This medium-bodied Pinot Noir opens with vibrant aromas of cherry, red raspberry and toasted almonds.
Pure Paso Robles, this rich yet smooth Cabernet Sauvignon is loaded with elegant aromas of blackberry, blueberry, pepper, and cassis which lead to flavors of dark red fruits.