• Masi ‘Masianco’ Pinot Grigio

    Shows attractive, tropical fruit aromas. Fresh and charming palate flavors gain weight and become full on the midpalate, where fruitiness blends with traces of honey. A dry finish has a citrus twist.

    An ideal aperitif, this wine is perfect with hors d'oeuvres, fish, and white meats. This medium­bodied white has great personality, well­suited to modern cuisine.

  • Flint & Steel Sauvignon Blanc

    Flint and Steel Sauvignon Blanc offers lively aromas of grapefruit, honeysuckle and lime followed by notes of minerality. Juicy nectarine and mango flavors flow across the palate. A steely backbone frames the fruit and delivers a refreshing wine well suited for sipping and pairing with food.

  • Hess Chardonnay

    This wine makes keeping people happy very easy. Monterey's combination of moderate climate and marine influences fromthe Pacific Ocean keep the grapes on an even keel, able to develop fully ripe flavors that tend to show some lemon and lime zest, a touch of ripe apple and tropical aromas and flavors. We call it crisp and clean, with well balanced acids. You might just call it, well,your fave.

    This wine's natural acidity complements tangy, spicy foods and shows well with the richness of creamier dishes. Enjoy with Asian chicken salad, grilled albacore tuna with melted anchovy butter and lemon, or a creamy pasta dish with Portobello mushrooms.

  • Sonoma-cutrer Pinot Noir

    The first impression starts in the nose with deep, dark fruit aromas of cola and cassis, followed by a touch of cedar wood complexity accented with hints of cola, tobacco, licorice, and baking spices. Classic red fruit flavors of Bing cherry and wild strawberry greet the palate, followed by barrel spice and dark chocolate.

  • Substance Cabernet Sauvignon

    Depth and layer upon layer, black cassis, dark cherry, tobacco leaf and morels. Then, pushes on to a full palate, that is savory, mineral driven and earthbound. Smooth, long, compelling... in a word: harmonious.

  • The Rule Red Blend

    he 2014 Rule features strong aromas of Cherry, Tobacco, Currant and Vanilla. On the palette, the round tannins grip your mouth leaving you with mocha vanilla and a dark berry finish that will not quit. Of all of our Rule offerings, the 2014 may have the most age ability but don’t hesitate to enjoy it sooner.

  • Stone Summit Syrah

  • Stone Summit Zinfandel

  • Stone Summit Cabernet Sauvignon

  • Flint Steel Sauvignon Blanc ~ Napa Valley

    Flint and Steel Sauvignon Blanc offers lively aromas of grapefruit, honeysuckle and lime followed by notes of minerality. Juicy nectarine and mango flavors flow across the palate. A steely backbone frames the fruit and delivers a refreshing wine well suited for sipping and pairing with food.

  • Hahn SLH Chardonnay ~ Santa Lucia Highlands

    Hahn SLH Chardonnay has crisp aromas of honeysuckle, vanilla, hints of citrus and banana. Full bodied flavors with viscous, round mouth-feel of citrus balances the acidic finish.

  • Artezin Zinfandel ~ Mendocino County

    Deep ruby red, this wine expresses typical boysenberry, cherry and brambly characters with nuances of allspice and violets. On the palate, these aromas follow through and are coupled with notes of crushed peppercorns and white chocolate, creating a multi-layered and highly nuanced Zinfandel. The midpalate is round and coating with fine grain tannins in the finish.

    This wine will pair with duck, venison and most grilled meats along with hearty cheeses.

  • Masi ‘Masianco’ Pinot Grigio ~ Italy

    Shows attractive, tropical fruit aromas. Fresh and charming palate flavors gain weight and become full on the midpalate, where fruitiness blends with traces of honey. A dry finish has a citrus twist.

    An ideal aperitif, this wine is perfect with hors d'oeuvres, fish, and white meats. This medium­bodied white has great personality, well­suited to modern cuisine.

  • Frisk Riesling ~ Victoria, Australia

    Not for the faint of heart, this zippy Riesling is floral and weighted, with notes of freshly cut lime, white rose petals and a hint of fennel. With its racy verve, subtle complexity and just a tinge of sweetness, it’s a perfect companion for both sweet and spicy dishes...or simply on its own. Refreshingly complex on the palate, it will make you wonder how you emptied your glass so quickly - and have you reaching for another

  • La Posta ‘Paulucci’ Malbec ~ Mendoza, Argentina

    Aromas of red cherries, raspberries, and violets along with notes of toasty oak. On the palate, fresh berries with spice and a hint of soft caramel on the finish.

    It goes great with everything from meats, to pasta, to mild cheeses. Unique recipe ideas include: Lamb burger with Manchego and Smoked Paprika, or Caramelized Onion and Butternut Squash Tart.

  • Choose any three wines