An exquisite, velvety red blend of Syrah (from Alexander Valley) and Grenache (from Mendicino) grapes with a touch of Dry Creek Zinfandel for intensity and a ripe fruit finish. Aromas and flavors of black plum, black cherry and currant mingle with notes of caramel, vanilla and tobacco. Simply prepared red-meat dishes make a terrific accompaniment to this impressive wine.
Here is an excellent wine for any roasted meat, or on its own when sharing the company of good friends. The wine’s power and structured tannins are perfect for the typical cuisine of northern Spain, which is heavy on the meat, whether grilled, stewed or roasted. Agent for Change Wines is a portfolio of wines produced to create awareness and raise funds for worthy causes.
A fruit-forward wine with layers of generous dark berry and cherry aromas. Flavors emphasize cassis, raspberry and cherry with a hint of cedar. An easy-to-enjoy wine and example of what makes Cabernet Sauvignon so popular all around the world. This classic California Cab was one of our expert wine panel's favorites from 2011.
A claret style Zinfandel with full, jammy flavors of blackberry, raspberry, black cherry and wild berry flavors with a hint of black pepper and anise. A nice touch of acidity makes a clean, food friendly finish. Our expert wine panel enjoyed it from appetizers through to dessert and wished they had more.
Brace yourself for a harmonious and balanced wine with velvety tannins and ripe black fruit flavors of blackberry and cassi. Licorice and cedar add complexity to a smooth finish producing a drink that's a perfect match for meat and mushrooms.
Grapes for this little treasure come from a long ago abandoned North Coast “ghost” vineyard rediscovered 15 years ago surrounding the grounds of an old brick kiln used back in the 19th Century. Its classic Merlot aromas of ripe plum and red cherry, flavors of lush red fruit, wonderful structure and rich, ripe tannins make it a nice pairing with milder meats, mushroom dishes and soft cheeses.
This enchanting Napa Valley red blend is dark and seemingly ominous in color. While on the palate, it bursts juicy red fruits with a slightly sweet and sensuous body with a hint of dark espresso chocolate. It's a good kind of hex.
This 2012 Merlot is a wine you’ll fall in love with on the first silky, smooth sip you take. Inviting aromas of sweet berry and cherry jump out of the glass, while harmonious flavors of berry, plum and spice create a deliciously full-bodied taste experience. Enjoy it around the fireside or alongside your dinner plate as the perfect complement to roast chicken, beef roast or even thick, juicy burgers.
Coming to us from some of the oldest Zinfandel plantings in California, the Sierra Trails Old Vine Zinfandel is a complex wine offering aromas of ripe berry, dried plum and red currants. These remarkable fragrances are echoed in the flavoring where a hint tobacco, black pepper spice and sweet oak lifts the fruit and carry them through a lingering finish.
The 2011 La Maison Bordeaux Blend is the perfect wine to serve as an apéritif with gourmet cheeses or with lovely beef stews. You might even find it to be the perfect fit with dark chocolate.
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As the name says, this is a wine big on flavor and bold, with ripe flavors floating over a fine structure of natural fruit acidity. If you haven’t already tried it, there’s no better time than now. The Geja’s Big Bold Red is a feisty, impudent red with prominent, aggressive tannins that are fresh and forward. This is one wine you can enjoy every day of the week at a price that’s hard to beat.
River's End offers rich blackberry and cherry aromas with ripe fruit flavors complemented by hints of spice and vanilla from integrated oak. A Merlot that's a perfect choice for grilled portabello mushrooms, grilled chicken or ribs and a nice partner for tomato based pasta dishes. You'll want to stock up on this one!
Soft and supple, juicy and showing some tasty spiciness, accented by good acidity and light earth tones, this is a Pinot Noir for those who thoroughly love Pinot Noir.
Here’s a luscious North Coast wine from one of our favorite California vintners. As one approaches the glass, fragrant aromas of deep black currant and dried cherry fruit swirl in the air. A first sip reveals flavors of dark fruits, cassis and blackberry with hints of cedar and leather. What nicer way to bring out the best in your favorite beef, lamb, game and even pork dishes?