Mid-Week VinopolPick – Wednesday July 8th

Wednesday, July 8th, 2015

Vietti Re-Arrival ; Mid-Week New Arrivals; Arriving Friday – Joseph Drouhin and Others; VinopolPick Deals; Aged Libations; Striking Chardonnay – California’s 2013 Vintage

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Re-Arriving Tomorrow

Vietti Nebbiolo Perbacco Langhe 2012 750ML ($27.95) $24 pre-arrival special
Case-12 Vietti Nebbiolo Perbacco Langhe 2012 750ML ($299.95) $259 pre-arrival special (that’s only $21.58/bottle!)
Antonio Galloni 92 points “Vietti’s 2012 Langhe Nebbiolo Perbacco is fabulous. Floral and lifted, the flavors are bright, focused and beautifully articulated throughout. Chalky notes support a sculpted, brilliant finish laced with hints orange peel, white pepper and crushed rocks.” AG

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Mid-Week New Arrivals

Cameron Ramato 2014 750ML ($27.95) $24 special
Winery note “Rame: Italian for copper, ramato: copper-colored. Ramato is a copper-colored Pinot grigio made in the tradition of north-eastern Italy. A very tricky wine to pull off. Very limited production.”
VinopolNote: 100% Pinot Gris from Abbey Ridge vineyard. Grapes are harvested just as the seeds begin to brown. The grapes are crushed and the juice is left on the skins for 4-5 hours to extract color before pressing. The wine is aged for 6-8 months in neutral barrique to allow the proteins to settle out without filtration, which would remove the color.
Kapcsandy Family Winery Endre, Napa Valley 2010 750ML ($99.95) $79 special
Robert Parker 94 points “The less expensive 2010 Endre (53% Cabernet Sauvignon, 43% Merlot and the rest Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc aged in both French and Hungarian oak) is very Bordeaux like. Notes of bouquet garni, red and black currants and loamy soil are present in this medium-bodied wine that seems to be a faster evolving effort than its siblings. With excellent texture as well as an elegant style, and I use that word in a positive sense, it should drink well for 10-15 years.” RP
Domaine Bruno Clair Marsannay Les Grasses Tetes 2012 750ML ($69.95) $49 special
Antonio Galloni 90-92 points “Dark red cherry, plums, smoke, licorice and incense meld together in the 2012 Marsannay Les Grasses Têtes. Here the clay-rich soils yield a dark, sumptuous Marsanny built on textural volume and pure resonance. A broad, rich, explosive wine, the 2012 boasts exceptional balance and tons of class.”

This is the lowest listed price in the USA today!
The next best price is $59.99

Domaine Bruno Clair Chambertin-Clos de Beze Grand Cru 2012 750ML ($479.95) $399 special
Wine Advocate 95-97 points “The 2012 Chambertin Clos de Beze Grand Cru has a tight but focused bouquet with mineral-rich red cherry and crushed strawberry fruit, citrus peel and almost a touch of flint. The palate is silky smooth on the entry with very fine tannins. It is reticent at first but it unfurls wondrously in the month with effervescent red fruit infused with orange zest and fabulous nervosite that keep the mouth tingling long after the wine has bid adieu. This is one of the finest Clos de Beze that I have encountered from the domaine. Bon vin!”
Andre Dezat & Fils Sancerre Rose, Loire 2014 750ML ($21.95) $17 special
“The Sancerre rosé, from the same grape variety as the red, undergoes a short maceration before being pressed. Fine, with a slight salmon hue, this rosé is the perfect summertime wine.” Winemaker Notes

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E.A.R.L. Burle Vacqueyras, Rhone 2013 750ML ($21.95) $17 special
Importer note “Burle’s wines are rustic and hearty, much like the Gigondas that originally gave the area its reputation. The Vacqueyras from a vineyard with 40-50 year vines. No fining, no filtration and organic farming. These are big, rich, complex, age-worthy wines with ripe fruit and plenty of tannin. Total production is only 500 cases!”

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Bodegas Allegro con Spirito Monte Hiniesta, Toro 2010 750ML ($17.95) $14 special
Case-12 Bodegas Allegro con Spirito Monte Hiniesta, Toro 10 750ML ($179.95) $149 special (that’s only $12.42/bottle and the lowest listed price in the USA today!)
Wine Advocate 92 points “The palate is medium-bodied with ripe, succulent, fleshy tannins that are caressing in the mouth. There is plump, ripe red berry fruit, red currant, raspberry and a touch of balsamic at the finish. This is just as good as the succeeding vintage. Drink 2014-2019.” WA
VinopolNote: Hurry if you want any! Our distributor only had 8 cases and we’ve got them all.

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Arriving Friday

Joseph Drouhin ‘Drouhin-Vaudon’ Chablis 2013 750ML ($21.95) $19 pre-arrival special
Case-6 Joseph Drouhin ‘Drouhin-Vaudon’ Chablis 2013 750ML ($119.95) $109 pre-arrival special (that’s only $18.17/bottle!)
Case-12 Joseph Drouhin ‘Drouhin-Vaudon’ Chablis 2013 750ML ($249.95) $199 pre-arrival special (that’s only $16.58/bottle and the lowest listed price in the USA today!)
Producer notes “A dry and fruity wine, easy to drink. Its colour is pale gold with greenish hues. Very fresh aromas reminiscent of citrus (lemon or grapefruit); small pleasant touches of fern or coriander are found as well. On the palate, dry and fruity, with mineral notes. Pleasant and long aftertaste.”

Joseph Drouhin Chorey-les-Beaune 2012 750ML ($27.95) $22.70 pre-arrival special
Case-12 Joseph Drouhin Chorey-les-Beaune 2012 750ML ($299.95) $249 pre-arrival special (that’s only $20.75/bottle!)
Antonio Galloni 88 points “A tasty, entry-level offering, the 2012 Chorey-les-Beaune stands out for its beautiful bright red fruit, expressive floral overtones and vibrant saline notes. Delineation, tension and energy are the hallmarks. This is a beautifully balanced wine in its class.” AG

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The average price is $30

Joseph Drouhin Le Musigny Grand Cru 2011 750ML ($799.95) $589 pre-arrival special
Stephen Tanzer–Vinous 92-95 points “Good deep red. Captivating aromas of blueberry, violet, coffee bean, white pepper and crushed stone. Juicy on entry, then tight and imploded in the middle, with an energetic core of fruit currently dominated by the wine’s structure. Most impressive today on the rising, expanding back end, which saturates the mouth with dusty minerality. This will need eight to ten years of cellaring.” ST
Burghound 93-95 points ” Don’t miss! A highly spiced, cool and reserved nose features superb breadth with a wonderfully appealing array of plum, violets, wet stone and essence of red berry fruit. The exceptionally rich, focused and intensely mineral-inflected broad-shouldered flavors evidence focused power and a sleek muscularity before terminating in an explosive and palate saturating finish of genuinely stunning length. This is a knockout in every respect.” BH

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The next best price is $595
The average price is $683

Joseph Drouhin Le Musigny Grand Cru 2012 750ML ($999.95) $799 pre-arrival special
Burghound 96 points “Here the expressive nose is even more complex and spicier than the Amoureuses with its fresh and impressively pure notes of black cherry, plum, violets and cassis that are trimmed by a backdrop of softly toasty oak. There is good power and excellent size, weight and muscle on the big-bodied flavors that exude plenty of mouth coating dry extract that also serves to buffer the very firm tannins on the strikingly persistent and almost painfully intense finish. There is a beguiling contrast between the silky mid-palate and the powerful finish that just goes on and on. This should be stunning in time but this is definitely not a wine for early consumption.” BH
Joseph Drouhin Moulin-a-Vent, Beaujolais 2010 750ML ($29.95) $18 pre-arrival special
Producer note “Great breed. Beautiful dark garnet colour. Intense and elegant aromas, with notes of peony, tea rose and damson plum, often with nuances of liquorice. On the palate, beautiful structure, velvety texture (“gras”) and majesty. The aftertaste is long, refined and appetizing in a subdued way. The Cru of Beaujolais that is the closest in style to the Burgundies of the Côte d’Or.”

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The next best price is $30

Chapoutier Cotes du Roussillon Villages Domaine de Bila-Haut Occultum Lapidem, Languedoc-Roussillon 2013 750ML ($31.95) $28 pre-arrival special
Wine Advocate 94 points “Slightly more ripe, voluptuous and textured than the more Syrah-dominated l’Esquerda, the translucent purple-colored 2013 Cotes du Roussillon Villages Latour de France Occultum Lapidem comes from the schist soils around the village of Latour de France. A blend of 50% Syrah, 40% Grenache and 10% Carignan that was harvest on September 15 and aged all in concrete tanks, it’s a fabulous wine that offers elegant notes of red and black raspberries, roasted herbs, pepper, melted licorice and asphalt. These flow to a medium to full-bodied 2013 that has a full, layered mid-palate, beautiful fruit, fine tannin and a classically focused, dry finish. It continues to freshen up in the glass, has integrated acidity and lots of class. Buy this brilliant wine by the case and drink it over the coming decade.”

Chateau Suduiraut Castelnau de Suduiraut, Sauternes 2010 375ML ($24.95) $19 pre-arrival special
Wine Spectator 90 points “A ripe, mouthfilling version, with toasted almond and coconut leading the way for apricot, creamed peach, melon and meringue flavors. The long, tropical finish lets a marizpan note play out. Drink now through 2022.” WS

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CVNE Compania Vinicola del Norte de Espana Cune Rosado 2014 750ML ($14.95) $11.90 pre-arrival special
Wine Spectator 90 points “Bold flavors of blood orange, maraschino cherry, rose petal and pomegranate mingle in this full-bodied rosé. Citrus peel acidity and light tannins impart structure. This shows the character and color of a light red wine. Distinctive. Drink now through 2016. 2,000 cases imported.” WS

La Rioja Alta Vina Alberdi Reserva, Rioja DOCa 2008 750ML ($27.95) $21.90 pre-arrival special
Wine Advocate 91 points “I tasted two vintages of the only pure Tempranillo wine they produce. The 2008 Viña Alberdi comes from their vineyards in Rodezno and Labastida and matured in American oak barrels for two years, the first year in new barrels and the second year in used ones. The nose is very classical, with notes of beef blood, leather and spices and more fruit than its siblings. The oak is perfectly integrated despite having some new wood (they have to use the new barrels somewhere). It develops aniseed aromas with time in the glass. The palate is soft and polished, has good acidity and freshness through to a very tasty finish. This is sold in the export markets as a Reserva and in Spain mostly as Crianza, but it’s a very classical Rioja at a very good price” LG
Wine Spectator 91 points “Leafy, herbal and gamy notes mingle in this light, crisp red, backing modest berry and dried cherry flavors. Light tannins and juicy acidity keep this wiry and lively. A traditional style. Drink now.” TM

La Rioja Alta Vina Ardanza Reserva, Rioja DOCa 2005 375ML ($27.95) $21.90 pre-arrival special
Wine Advocate 94 points “Cropped from a vintage deemed almost perfect, the 2005 Viña Ardanza Reserva follows the same varietal mix found in the last vintages; 80% Tempranillo and 20% Garnacha. The grapes are always sourced from the same vineyards, 30-year-old Tempranillo from Fuenmayor and Cenicero in Rioja Alta and Garnacha from Tudelilla in Rioja Baja. In the case of the 2005, it was racked six times during its elevage. The one bottle I tasted first was a bit evolved with plenty of cigar ash, incense and leather along with hung game (woodcock came to mind). But the palate was drying out a bit. Another bottle showed much fresher, with a great classical Rioja profile. This is very affordable making it a superb value for what it delivers. 600,000 bottles were produced of the prodigious 2005 vintage. This wine is not produced in 2002, 2003, 2006, 2011 or 2013.” LG

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Kaiken Ultra Malbec, Mendoza 2012 750ML ($21.95) $16.60 pre-arrival special
Case-12 Kaiken Ultra Malbec, Mendoza 2012 750ML ($219.95) $189 pre-arrival special (that’s only $15.75/bottle!)
James Suckling 94 points “Intense aromas of ripe berry, sandalwood and dark chocolate follow through to a full body, with super integrated tannins and a blueberry and light vanilla character. Ultra serious. Drink or hold.” JS

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Just a reminder about our current shipping specials during this season:

For the Mid-West, East, and South during the summer season we are offering UPS Three Day Select Service for the price of UPS Ground for shipments that would normally travel four or more business days to their destination.

We offer flat rate shipping on any size single order / single shipment
-to Oregon for $17,
-Washington & Idaho for $20,
-and California for $25

These rates do not apply to orders held in storage here for any reason. Multiple orders consolidated into one shipment do not qualify for flat rate shipping.

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VinopolPick Deals
Great Wines, Great Prices

Deutz Brut Rose NV 750ML ($59.95) $41.90 special, 24+ bottles available
Deutz Brut Rose NV 1.5L ($99.95) $88 special, 9 magnums available
Deutz Brut Rose NV 375ML ($24.95) $21.90 special, 36+ half-bottles available
Case-12 Deutz Brut Rose NV 375ML ($259.95) $228 special, 2 cases available ($19 / 375ml bottle)
Antonio Galloni 91 points “The NV Brut Rosé is fabulous. A sweet, open bouquet leads to expressive fruit in this rich, textured wine. The Deutz Rosé is a serious wine that can be enjoyed as an aperitif, but it also has more than enough power in reserve to drink well at the dinner table. Floral notes reappear to round out the finish. The blend is 75% Pinot Noir and 25% Chardonnay. — Antonio Galloni”
Wine Spectator 91 points “Firm and fresh, this is lightly chalky in texture, displaying a delicate mesh of white cherry, wild strawberry and white peach fruit, with notes of ground ginger, smoke and blanched almond. Elegant, with a lasting finish. Drink now through 2018.”WS

The 375ml and 1.5L are all available at the lowest listed price in the USA today!
Domaine Jean-Marc Boillot Les Epenottes, Beaune Premier Cru 2011 750ML ($89.95) Was $69, Now $59, 12 bottles available
Stephen Tanzer 88-90 points “Good full red. Aromatic nose offers black cherry, licorice, violet and chocolate, plus complicating hints of leather and smoke. Not fleshy but juicy and intense, with the black fruit, violet and chocolate notes carrying through on the palate. Finishes with supple, fine-grained tannins.” ST

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Domaine Jean-Marc Boillot Les Jarollieres, Pommard Premier Cru 2011 750ML ($99.95) Was $89, Now $69, 8 bottles available
Stephen Tanzer 89-91 points ” Medium red-ruby. Aromas of black cherry and mocha; less floral and complex than the Volnay cuvees. Sweet and chewy on entry, then a bit cool, even austere, in the middle, showing a medicinal cast to the black fruit and chocolate flavors. Holding a lot in reserve but distinctly taut and clenched today. Finishes with tight tannins. Seems less ripe and rich than the Volnay Pitures.” ST

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Domaine Jean-Marc Boillot Volnay 2011 750ML ($59.95) Was $49, Now $39, 7 bottles available
Stephen Tanzer 89 points “Light, bright red. Dark berries and spices complicated by licorice and game on the nose. Supple, round and juicy, with plum and underbrush flavors showing both sweet and savory qualities. In a more flattering style than the Beaune Epenottes, and the fine dusting of tannins will not get in the way of early enjoyment.” ST

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Domenico Clerico Arte Rosso Langhe, Piedmont 2011 1.5L ($89.95) Was $69, Now $59, 24+ magnums available
Stephen Tanzer 91 points “(90% nebbiolo and 10% barbera; aged for 18 months in new French oak): Good medium red. Perfumed aromas and flavors of plum, redcurrant, tobacco and spices. Intense and vibrant, with lovely inner-mouth aromatic lift. Very classy, delineated wine.” ST

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Weingut A.J. Adam Piesporter Goldtropfchen Riesling Grosses Gewachs, Mosel 2012 750ML ($99.95) $69 special, 8 bottles available
Terry Theise: “Sterner stuff than the village wine; pointed intense aromas of blueberries and white iris and candied lemon. The palate is off the hinges! Entirely harmonious, rampantly exotic and rich, it’s like a Pfalz GG with more grace and less earthiness. Pink peppercorn and powder-puff, ginger and mustard-seed; stern slate on the finish after this thrill-ride of improbable elements for Riesling. The empty glass even smells a little like Savignin.”

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Aged Libations

Portugal is one of the most dynamic wine markets today – with a vast array of modern and traditional wines only now being “discovered” by the rest of the world. Long associated with Port, it is also home to obscure varietals farmed for centuries in the isolated country. The Bairrada region covers the coastal area from the Douro River almost down to the Tejo River and a large interior section surrounding the Dao. It is known for rich reds produced from indigenous grapes such as Baga. This grape is known to be very acidic and tannic. Modern producers blend in international varietals such as Merlot and Cabernet, but traditional winemakers prefer to allow the wine to age into peak maturity, preserving the essence of the grape. Jaen (known as Mencia in Spain) can offer distinctiveness and ageability with careful vineyard management and low yields. Touriga Nacional offers structure, tannin and acidity, while Alfrocheiro offers deep color, intensity (and disease-resistance in the vineyard). The white grape Arinto is known for high acid retention even in hot growing conditions and expresses citrus notes in youth that develop into stone fruit with age.

Caves São João was founded in 1920 by the brothers José, Manuel and Albano Costa as a wine cellaring company dedicated to Douro region wines and liqueurs. After the government prohibited production of Port from outside O’Porto limits in the 1930s, the company shifted its focus toward Bairrada table wines and naturally sparkling wines, with the assistance of renowned French oenologist Gaston Mainousson. In the 1950s, they launched Frei João, one of the top brands of the Bairrada region, and Porta Dos Cavaleiro, of the Dão region. In the 1970s, they acquired the Quinta do Poco do Lobo estate where they grow their own grapes. According to Hugh Johnson, the company is a “small, traditional firm [known] for very good old-fashion wines. Reds can age for decades. It is a well known and highly reputed winery.”

After the Portugese colonies gained independence in the 1950s, the market for their wines shrunk. The previous generation mostly held the wines, so the collection grew and aged. Recently, older wines have become fashionable in Portugal, and the company has jumped at the chance to do business. Caves São João is recognized for its quality winemaking with a traditional bent and excellent ageability.

Caves São João Wines Available Here Now

Poco do Lobo Arinto White, Bairrada DO 1995 ($39.95) $33 special, 11 bottles available
Winery note “100% Arinto. Vines planted in 1950 in clay and limestone soil at 164-328 feet elevation. Aged 24 months in cement tanks; bottled in 1997.”

São João Rose Brut, Bairrada DO 2013 750ML ($21.95) $18 special, 22 bottles available
Case-12 São João Rose Brut, Bairrada DO 2013 750ML ($239.95) $199 special, 2 cases available (that’s only $16.58/bottle!)
Winery note “40% Baga, 40% Touriga Nacional, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon. Grapes planted in clay and limestone less than 20 km from the Atlantic Ocean. Aged 3 months on lees, bottles disgorged in March.”

Caves Sao Joao ‘Porta dos Cavaleiros’ Tinto, Dao 1980 750ML ($49.95) $39 special, 12 bottles available
Winery note “40% Alfrocheiro, 20% Jaen, 20% Tinta Roriz, 10% Baga, 10% Preto de Mortague. Aged 24 months in cement tanks. Bottle aged in cellar, released directly from winery.”

Caves Sao Joao ‘Porta dos Cavaleiros’ Tinto, Dao 1985 750ML ($49.95) $39 special, 9 bottles available
Winery note “40% Jaen, 20% Alfrocheiro, 20% Preto de Mortague, 10%Tinta Roriz, 10% Baga. Aged 24 months in cement tanks. Bottle aged in cellar, released directly from winery.”

Caves Sao Joao Frei Joao Tinto, Bairrada DO 1985 750ML ($59.95) $49 special, 20 bottles available
Winery note “100% Baga. Aged 24 months in cement tanks.”

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Striking Chardonnay
California’s 2013 Vintage

“A vintage with verve. That’s what sets apart the 2013 harvest for California Chardonnay. Typically one of the Golden State’s steadiest and most reliable wines year in, year out, Chardonnay delivers not only another strong vintage with 2013, but a highly distinctive one as well. The reason is phenolics. This group of compounds, which are part of the same chemical family as tannins, impart a pithy citrus or Asian pear skin texture, and California winemakers say they figure strongly in the 2013 Chardonnays… This is a special vintage, whose even growing season and smaller, drought-induced crop—yielding smaller berries, higher acidities and deep concentration—produced a unique group of wines.” – James Laube, Wine Spectator

2013 California Chardonnay Available Here Now

Belle Glos ‘Meiomi’ Chardonnay 2013 750ML ($21.95) $16.60 special, 36+ bottles available
Wine Spectator 90 points “Showcases rich tropical fruit, with dashes of mango, marmalade and honeyed citrus that coat the palate while remaining elegant and delicate. A noteworthy achievement. Drink now through 2017.” WS

This is the lowest listed price in the USA today!

Forman Chardonnay, Napa Valley 2013 750ML ($59.95) $49 special, 34 bottles available
Antonio Galloni 94 points “Ric Forman’s 2013 Chardonnay is striking. Lemon oil, white flowers, oyster shells and mint all open up in a wine that brings a little more textural depth to the signature Forman style built on tension and energy. The 2013 is impeccable. It’s as simple as that.”
Wine Advocate 94 points “The Forman Chardonnay is 100% barrel-fermented, sees 10% new oak, but is never put through malolactic. The superb 2013 Chardonnay offers lots of minerality along with notions of white peaches, spring flowers, orange blossoms and poached pears. With loads of fruit, great acid and finesse, and only a hint of oak in the flavor profile, this medium to full-bodied, gorgeous Chardonnay can be enjoyed over the next 5-6 years. Ric Forman is one of the most experienced winemakers in Napa Valley with an impressive track record that goes back to the early 1970s! He has been on his own for a number of years and his non-malolactic Chardonnay has become part of the lexicon of wine styles and is known as the ‘Forman style.”

Freemark Abbey Napa Valley Chardonnay 2013 750ML ($29.95) $21.90 special, 29 bottles available
Wine Advocate 92 points “Longtime winemaker Ted Edwards has fashioned a beautiful 2013 Chardonnay, an 11,000-case, non-malolactic, 70% barrel-fermented cuvée from multiple sources throughout Napa. One-third new French oak was used. Notes of delicate pear, apple blossom and tropical fruits emerge from this classic Chardonnay. Medium to full-bodied with a greenish hue to its color, it exhibits impressive layers and minerality. Enjoy it over the next 4-5 years.” WA

Hartford Family Winery Hartford Court Four Hearts Vineyard Chardonnay, Russian River Valley 2013 750ML ($39.95) $28 special, 4 bottles available
Antonio Galloni–Vinous 93 points “The 2013 Chardonnay Four Hearts Vineyards is a classic Russian River Chardonnay built on texture and exuberance. Honey, almonds dried herbs and apricots all flesh out in a generous, deeply expressive Chardonnay. Most of this fruit comes from Tom Dehlinger.” AG

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The average price is $37

Joseph Carr Chardonnay, Sonoma Coast 2013 750ML ($21.95) $18 special, 11 bottles available
Case-12 Joseph Carr Chardonnay, Sonoma Coast 2013 750ML ($249.95) $179 special, 1 case available (that’s only $14.92/bottle!)
Winemaker notes: “Wet stone, apricot, strawberry, vanilla, and peach in the nose. Rich attack with good acidity and length. Bright citrus, apricot with a finish of strawberry, hints of vanilla and lemon.”

Mer Soleil Reserve Chardonnay, Santa Lucia Highlands 2013 750ML ($34.95) $28 special, 2 bottles available

Varner Wine Bee Block Spring Ridge Vineyard Chardonnay, Santa Cruz Mountains 2013 750ML ($59.95) $49 special, 2 bottles available

Varner Home Block Spring Ridge Vineyard Chardonnay, Santa Cruz Mountains 2013 750ML ($59.95) $49 special, 2 bottles available