Chateau St. Jean Sauvignon Blanc ($13.99): Built on a family’s dream to create a world-class winery in the heart of California, Chateau St. Jean was conceived as a fine wine estate with European style. This fresh Sauvignon Blanc showcases notes of zesty citrus, green apple, and layered tropical fruit on the finish.
Stags’ Leap Chardonnay ($29.99): Lovely sliced apples, green guava and white peaches with nuances of clotted cream and lightly browned toast. Medium bodied, youthful and with a gentle creaminess, it fills the mouth with stone fruit and spiced apple flavors, finishing with bags of poise and good persistence to boot.
19 Crimes The Banished ($12.99): Intense lifted dark chocolate and vanilla aromatics balanced with blackberry and plum fruits. Full and round on the palate with a distinct sweetness making the wine rich and mouth coating. The dark chocolate and vanilla aromatics carry through on the palate and compliment subtle flavors of cloves and cinnamon spice. The palate has a long rich plush finish brooding with dark forest fruits. Shiraz dominant with finishes of Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache. 100% American Oak.
Beringer Knights Valley Cabernet Sauvignon ($29.99): One of the first great cabernets from Sonoma and a winery with over 100 years of of history, this full-bodied wine is both opulent and structured, with notes of blackberries, cassis, mocha, and dried herbs.