3.3 - 3.4 Wine Tasting


Join us this Saturday + Sunday, March 3-4 for a complimentary wine tasting hosted by Phil Pinckney with Kysela Pere et Fils.
Tastings run from 11:30am to 5pm, and all bottles featured are 10% off.
Scroll down for tasting notes on this week’s lineup!


Tanzanite Brut Rose Method Cap Classique

Origin: South Africa
Retail: $34.95 | Sale $31.45

This South African méthode cap classique is made the same way as Champagne. It begins with a luminous pink appearance, leading into aromas of raspberries, cherries, and notes of minerality. The structure is suave yet robust, making it a perfect match with roasted poultry, game, tapas, ham and smoked salmon.

60% Pinot Noir | 40% Chardonnay


Lyrarakis Assyrtiko Voila 2017

Origin: Greece
Retail: $19.95 | Sale $17.95

From a small family winery who discovered the potential of east Crete in the 1970s, this single vineyard Assyritiko will not disappoint. Crisp apple, stone fruits, and hints of ginger welcome you into the glass. The palate provides layers of textures with a rich mouthfeel that is supported by minerality and a natural acidity that leads into a long, fruity, and uplifting finish.

100% Assyrtiko


Alain Jaume Tavel Le Crétacé 2016

Origin: France
Retail: $19.95 | Sale: $17.95

This Grenache-dominated beauty offers notes of black cherries, wild strawberries, and hints of minerals. On the palate, it is zingy with great lift, but maintains the elegant style we look for from Tavel. Red currant and cherry flavors cover the palate with hints of aniseed. The perfect level of acidity makes this a great, food-friendly rosé.

60% Grenache noir |30% Syrah | 10% Mourvedre

92 Points Wine Enthusiast 91 Points Jeb Dunnuck


Alain Jaume & Fils Lirac Roquedon 2015

Origin: France
Retail: $18.95 | Sale $17.05

Hints of violets and smoky minerals welcome you into the glass. Flavors of ripe black-cherry and plum make way to a weighty palate that is balanced by fresh acidity. The finish is firm and grounded with fine-grained tannins.

60% Grenache | 20% Syrah | 10% Mourvedre |10% Carignan

90 Points Wine Enthusiast
90 Wine Advocate


Le Fioraie Piemaggio Chianti Classico 2013

Origin: Italy
Retail: $29.95 | Sale: $26.95

The Piemaggio estate is located at Le Fioraie, a hamlet on the north-western side of the Castellina in Chianti territory, along the road to Poggibonsi, in the heart of the historical Chianti Classico. This authentic expression of a Chianti Classico has an intense ruby color in the glass with burgundy reflections of age. The nose is dominated by pleasant notes of violets and dry cherry. The palate is medium-bodied with an excellent core of tart fruit and earthiness that provides plenty of dimension.

90% Sangiovese | 10% Colorino, Canaiolo & Ciliegiolo



Alain Jaume & Fils Les Valats Rasteau 2015

Origin: France
Retail: $25.95
| Sale $23.35

Aromas of fresh red and black fruits welcome you into the glass. On the palate, the richness of the tannins harmonizes with the juicy expression of fruit. The finish has a good grip, it is long with spices, menthol, and chocolate notes.

80% Grenache | 10% Syrah | 10% Mourvèdre
90 Points Wine Enthusiast


Trione Flatridge Ranch Zinfandel 2014

Origin: California
Retail: $39.95 | Sale: $35.95

Flatridge Ranch is a secluded parcel in the Coastal mountain range, west of the Rockpile AVA. Here the Trione family planted a 10 acre vineyard of unique Zinfandel vines called Saint Peter’s Church. Aromas of briarwood and pipe tobacco give way to blackberry pie, toasted macaroons, and plums. The palate is velvety, supple and rich with a long, satisfying finish. This Zinfandel, a Sonoma County classic, will continue to age for many years to come.

100% Zinfandel

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