144.95 NET

Our summer case includes a range of tasty whites, a dry rosé, and a selection of easy to quaff reds, each designed for summer sipping—backyard barbecuing, deck side imbibing, and poolside partaking. As can be predicted, summer is long and we have had to swap out certain wines as they have run out. This is ‘version two’ and packed with the great fruit flavors of the summer season.

2014 Domaine Santa Giulietta Rosé Corse 13.00 10.79VS

2014 Tasca d’Almerita Regaleali Bianco Sicilia 13.00 10.79VS

2013 Fred Loimer Grüner Veltliner ‘Lois’ Kamptal 15.00 12.45VS

2014 Corvidae Sauvignon Blanc ‘Wise Guy’ Columbia Valley 10.00 8.30VS (more…)

New Arrivals


The Domaine Yves Cuilleron is a 52 hectare domaine with vineyards ranging from Côte-Rôtie to Saint-Péray.. Most of the vineyards are situated in and around the commune of Chavanay which is just south of the town of Condrieu. Vineyard work is all done by hand as is the harvesting. The wines have a purity and elegance that showcases the extensive care that is taken in production. Come in and sample these wines on Saturday, July 25th at both shops.

2014 Yves Cuilleron Marsanne ‘Les Vignes d’a Côte’ Pays Collines Rhodaniennes 25.00 20.75VS (more…)


In 1896 Marcel Ott selected the Mediterranean climate, specifically Provence as the place to plant his vineyards. Today, the Ott family continues to make red, white and rosé wines from three estates—Château de Selle, Clos Mireille, and Château Romassan. The also produce a rosé from fruit which they purchase and label it as Les Domaniers Rosé. Each wine is distinctive and shows the wonderful character of Provence. The rosés all show hints of lavendar and mulberry, and the white has a sea salt note, recalling its vineyard location next to the sea.

2014 Ott Selection Les Domaniers Rosé Côtes de Provence 20.00 16.60VS (more…)

Staff Picks


The vintage of 2014 presented many challenges for grape growers in Sancerre. The season got off to a good start with a favorable flowering season, but the weather turned cool in July and August with overcast conditions and plenty of rain. Growers needed to spend extra time in their vineyards removing and preventing rot. Luckily September offered Indian summer-like conditions with blue skies and warm temperatures all day and cold nights. This allowed those who tended their vines carefully to get fully ripe fruit. The cool nights yielded wines with firm acidity and lots of citrus flavors.

2014 Domaine Riffault Sancerre ‘Cortem à bâtis’ 20.00 16.60VS


The 2014 Prà Soave Classico ‘Otto’ is made with 100% Garganega grapes with vine ages of from 30 to 60 years. The site has a southeastern exposure on volcanic soils and the vines are pergola trained. The wine has an aroma of white flowers, lemon, and faint jasmine. On the palate, it is crisp and refreshing with a tart apricot note and lots of body. This is a classic wine for seafood pastas or finfish dishes.

2014 Prà Soave Classico ‘Otto’ Yakima Valley 17.00 14.11VS