Hartford Court Chardonnay 2013, Russian River Valley ($28.99): From various vineyards within Russian River Valley, this fresh chardonnay has aromas of white flowers, stone fruits, and honeysuckle, with refreshing acidity that is well balanced by a deft touch of oak.
Matanzas Creek Sauvignon Blanc 2014, Sonoma County ($17.99): Fermented and aged in both stainless steel and neutral oak, this rich, textured sauvignon blanc is a blend from different districts within Sonoma, with aromas of grapefruit, nectarines and thyme.
Cambria Pinot Noir “Clone 4” 2013, Santa Maria Valley ($23.99): From Santa Barbara County, this full-bodied pinot noir has aromas of blueberries, baking spieces, and earth notes. It is well-balanced with soft tannins and acidity.
Stonestreet Cabernet Sauvignon 2013, Alexander Valley ($39.99): In the northern part of Sonoma near Mendocino, Alexander Valley produces some of the region’s best cabernet sauvignon. The high elevation of the Stonestreet vineyards contribute to a very structured, mineral-driven wine that balances with aromas of ripe black fruit.