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Wines from the Alexander Valley AVA

About the Alexander Valley AVA:
Mission grapes were first planted in Alexander Valley in 1840, followed by apple and plum trees until the 1970s when grape growing took over once again. 80% of the vineyard parcels here are grown on benchlands which have diverse soils due to shifting tectonic plates.

History about Hafner Vineyard:
In 1967 Dick & Mary Hafner purchased 250 acres in Alexander Valley. 100 of those acres are vineyards; the rest are oak woodlands that are left for the flora and fauna. In September 1982 they were ready for their first crush with Parke Hafner at the helm. Now three generations of Harfners work together producing Chardonnay, Cabernet, a Malbec blend and Rose. Perfectly quoted by Parke, “if it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing right.”
2016 Chardonnay – $44 bottle
2012 Cabernet Sauvignon – $60 bottle

From Zo Wines, the unique varietal of Carignane
A fruit sweet on the attack and lively with a great length and presence without having heaviness. It has a gorgeous medium ruby color with notes of candied apple, pear, rose petals and caraway seeds on the nose. On the palate you will find hints of cranberry compote, orange rind and Macintosh apple.
2018 Carignane – $44 bottle

Wines from the Green Valley AVA & Sonoma Mountain AVA

About The Green Valley of the Russian River Valley AVA:
An oasis cornered by the western towns of Sebastopol, Forestville, and Occidental. Green Valley is the first place fog rolls into and the last place it leaves the Russian River Valley during the day. It boasts predominantly Goldridge soil, a fine sandy loam derived from remains of an ancient inland sea.
From Chenoweth Wines:
2018 Red Dirt Rose – $28
Balanced & beautiful with a pure line of tangy acidity, mouthwatering minerality and a crisp clean finish!
2015 Pinot Noir – $75
Bold & intense red fruit flavors with hints of spice and a beautiful finish for which Russian River Pinot Noir is known.

About the Sonoma Mountain AVA:
One of the earlier AVAs to be determined by specific elevation rather than the broad outlines of a valley, the appellation occupies elevations between 400-1,200 feet, and only on the north and eastern slopes of Sonoma Mountain.
Wines from Laurel Glen Vineyard:
2016 Counterpoint Cabernet Sauvignon – $50
A medium to full-bodied, rounded gorgeous wine. 80% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Merlot and 10% Malbec, raised in 30% new French oak.
2015 Cabernet Sauvignon – $90
A deliciously complete wine and Certified Organic! These regal Cabernets offer beautiful minerality that are medium to full-bodied with the elegance of where the fruit is grown.

Wines from the Chalk Hill AVA & Bennett Valley AVA

About The Chalk Hill AVA
Despite its name, Chalk Hill’s white ash soil is volcanic in origin and not actual chalk. A variety of varieties excel in this warm region carved out of the northeast corner of the Russian River.
Wines from Calluna Vineyards:
2018 Estate Blanc – $28
A blend of Sauvignon Blanc & Semillon compliment each other as the rounder and honey-like tones of the Semillon are a counterpoint to the citrus, mineral sharper tones of the Sauvignon Blanc.
2016 CVC Cuvée – $33
A blend that expresses the power of Cabernet Sauvignon, elegance of Merlot and Cabernet Franc and a bit of showiness from Malbec and Petit Verdot.

About the Bennett Valley AVA
A cool climate AVA influenced by the Petaluma Gap. The average vineyard size is under 20 acres, with most growers living on site. Soils here are predominantly volcanic-laced clay(ish).
Wines from Frostwatch Vineyard & Winery:
2016 Estate Semillon – $24
This wine has the right amount of vivacity and overall brightness to balance the weight and viscosity that this unique varietal possesses.
2015 Merlot – $35
Great texture, with a silky mouthfeel that exhibits nicely balanced fruit with just the right amount of acidity for pairing with a variety of foods.

Wines from the Russian River Valley AVA

Cooled by coastal influences, a fog bank can often be seen hovering above the appellation’s border in the hills west of Sebastopol. A variety of soils foster diversity of wines throughout the valley, but Goldridge is king in much of Russian River Valley. This expansive region has many small “neighborhoods”, all with defining growing characteristics.

From Bucher Wines
2017 Pinot Noir – $42
2019 Sonoma Rossa Red Blend – $35

From DRNK Wines
2017 Viognier – $32

Wines from Front Porch Farm
2019 Rose – $24
2018 Estate Grenache Blanc – $32

Wines from Halleck Vineyard
2019 Dry Gewurztraminer – $45

Wines from Kobler Estate Winery
2018 Chardonnay – $50
2017 Pinot Noir – $50

From Magnolia Blossom Wines
2017 Chardonnay – $55
2017 Pinot Noir – $65

From Scherrer Winery

2015 Pinot Noir – $50
2014 Sasha Syrah – $36

From Trombetta Family Wines

2018 Chardonnay – $50

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Sparkling Wines

Gorgeous Sparkling Wines from 2 of our Wineries:
This Brut Rosé offers a delicate combination of aromatic precision which is made from 100% organic Pinot Noir. On the nose, red cherry and almond blossom, strawberry and chalky mineral tones. On the palate this wine is both powerful and subtle, with citrus notes, spiced orange, cherry compote and ginger cake. This is a distinctive sparkling rosé that is a pure expression of Pinot Noir grown on volcanic soil.
 
This sparkling absolutely shimmers. Combining the rich strawberries and cream from 64% Pinot Noir with lemon custard, spiced apple and white blossoms, the volcanic soils of Spring Mountain create a serious mineral backbone for the wine. This wine is the perfect balance between razor freshness, ripeness, richness and focus.
 
Chenoweth Wines
2014 Nineteen 33 Sparkling Brut Rosé – $47
A delicate and delicious 100% Pinot Noir sparkling wine. Beautiful pink color, offering ripe green apple, aromas with hints of citrus and minerals; medium-bodied style with lots of fresh fruit flavors; outstanding purity and elegantly dry.
 

Wines from the Petaluma Gap & Sonoma Valley AVAs

About the Petaluma Gap AVA:
One of the new(ish) numbers of growing AVAs based on climate and topography rather than political boundaries. Famously cool and windy because of a break in coastal elevation that allow temperatures here to be moderated by the Pacific Ocean. Because of this climate, vines here receive a longer, cooler growing season.
From THIRTY-SEVEN Wines:
2018 Albariño – $22
 
About the Sonoma Valley AVA:  
Arguably the widest range of wine grapes and the longest history of any wine growing region in Sonoma County. The birthplace of the California’s commercial wine industry in the 1850s, this diverse area is known for Chardonnay and Pinot Noir in the south towards Carneros and old vine Zinfandel in the north towards Boyes Hot Springs.
 
From DRNK Wines:
 

Wines from the Mendocino & Napa County AVAs

About the Mendocino County AVA:
The wild frontier! More remote than its neighbors to the south, it allows producers to plant more experimental varieties. Mendocino is one of the leading wine growing regions for organically produced wine grapes. Nearly 25% of the acreage in Mendocino County is grown organically. In 2004, the residents of the county voted to become the first GMO-free county in the United States. Mendocino’s widespread focus on organic viticulture has inspired journalists to describe it as “California’s organic wine Mecca”
Wines from Topel:
2016 Estate Syrah – $38
 
 
About the Napa County AVA:  
The Napa Valley is, indisputably, one of the world’s most recognized wine regions. Napa received its American Viticultural Area (AVA) designation in 1981, making it California’s first AVA, and the country’s second overall. With an overall mediterranean climate, the region is warmest in the North towards Calistoga and gets cooler as you move south towards the San Pablo Bay.   
Wines from Brick & Mortar:
2016 Brut Rose – $45
 
From Gravel Pit Wines:
 

Wines from the Sonoma Coast AVA

About the Sonoma Coast AVA:
In one word; Enigmatic. From the wild, wind-swept northern coast to the gently rolling hills of the southern dairyland, the Sonoma Coast spans the county (sometimes controversially). Direct, daily influence from the Pacific Ocean defines the appellation.
Wines from AldenAlli:
2016 Pinot Noir – $56
From Gravel Pit Wines:
2017 Pinot Noir – $60
 
Wines from Halleck Vineyard:
 
 

Wines from the Dry Creek Valley AVA

About the Dry Creek Valley AVA:
One of the smallest enclosed AVAs but packed to the brim with generational vineyards and wineries. Boasting only vineyards, wineries, homes and one General Store from the late 1800s, this AVA is an easy favorite for wine tastings.
From Flambeaux Wine:
Nuances of bright, candied cherries with a dusting of baking spices, framed by warm toast and bergamot tea notes. Estate grown, Flambeaux Wine’s first vintage of Zinfandel strikes a wonderful balance between fresh and rich fruit flavors.
Subtle vanilla and black raspberry notes combine with clove and cinnamon on the nose. The rich and silky palate has classic cassis, currant and mocha flavors on the velvety mid-palate with a long and delicious impression – just as an expressive Cab should be. 
From Zo Wines: 
A balanced, lively expression of citrus and tropical fruits. With a pale straw color and hints of grapefruit zest, lychee and lemongrass on the nose and limey acidity and guava on the palate. This wine boasts a nice salinity, slate minerality and a well-balanced, medium bodied long finish.