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Amapola Creek "Estate Bottled" Sonoma Cabernet Sauvignon 2012

94 Wine Advocate
(12/2014) "The 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon Estate (1,568 cases) comes from the new AVA called Moon Mountain. A beauty, it offers up aromas of forest floor, black cherries, earth and spice with the oak pushed to the background. Full-bodied with good depth, richness and density, the tannin is velvety textured and beautifully integrated into this full-throttle Cabernet Sauvignon. Drink it over the next 15-20 years."
$
5799
750 ML
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~11 bottlesCheck all Stores
$
4899
750 ML
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$
4379
750 ML
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~100 bottlesCheck all Stores

Ridge "Pagani Ranch" Zinfandel 2014

93 Wine Advocate
92 Vinous, Antonio Galloni
(6/2016) "The 2014 Pagani Ranch is the most immediate and obvious of the 2014 Zinfandels I tasted at Ridge. Ripe, forward and opulent, the Pagani will please readers who like a more flashy, up-front style. I expect the Pagani will offer most of its charms sooner rather than later, which makes it a terrific choice for drinking on the young side. I don't see the pedigree or complexity of the best Zinfandels in the lineup, but the Pagani is delicious. This site seems to naturally produce a riper style as full flavor development and tannin maturity only take place late in the season. Drinking window: 2016 - 2024."
$
3699
750 ML
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~55 bottlesCheck all Stores

Dry Creek Vineyard "The Mariner" Sonoma Proprietary Red 2013

90 Wine Advocate
(3/3/2016) "A proprietary blend of 54% Cabernet Sauvignon, 24% Merlot and the rest Petit Verdot, Malbec and Cabernet Franc, the 2013 Proprietary Red The Mariner offers good blackcurrant fruit, new saddle leather, and toasty vanillin from the oak (about 40% is new). This attractive, medium-bodied, refreshing, Bordeaux-style wine should drink nicely for at least a decade."
$
2999
750 ML
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120+ bottlesCheck all Stores

Ridge "Lytton Estate" Dry Creek Valley Red Blend 2013

Winemakers Notes
"This wine comes from a small hillside parcel at Lytton West. In 2006, we had planted the block half to grenache and half to mataro. A late ripening varietal, mataro, synonymous with mourvedre, does not always mature before the onset of fall rains. Typically it is used as a blending varietal. In 2013, both ripened fully and we fermented them separately. After malocalctic we decided to combine the elegant fruit of the grenache with the earthier mataro, adding zinfandel and carignane to accentuate the fruit. Complex nose of rose petals, black licorice, sage and raspberry. Medium-full bodied, blackberry fruit and smooth tannins with notes of clove and mint on the finish."
$
2999
750 ML
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~12 bottlesCheck all Stores
$
1999
750 ML
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120+ bottlesCheck all Stores

Ferrari-Carano Sonoma County Chardonnay 2013

89 Our Score
(6/2015) A new vintage of this long-popular Chardonnay! Vanilla, citrus and tropical aromas lead to flavors of lemon and pineapple. Finishes cleanly, with notes of tangy apple.
$
1999
750 ML
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~11 bottlesCheck all Stores

Seghesio Sonoma County Zinfandel 2014

93 Wine Spectator
(10/14/2015) "Plump and luscious, this is jam-packed with fruit. Lively blackberry, pepper and other spice box aromas lead to ripe and rich flavors of black raspberry, caramel and licorice. There are more complex Zinfandels, but few that are more enjoyable to drink. Drink now through 2022."
$
1999
750 ML
Available:
120+ bottlesCheck all Stores

Arrowood Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon 2012

90 Wine Enthusiast
90-92 Vinous, Antonio Galloni
(1/2015) "Arrowood's 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon Sonoma County is plump, juicy and forward, with lovely depth and terrific overall balance. Dark red cherry, plum, mocha, chocolate, spices and new leather flow through to the effortless, gracious finish. Dollops of Merlot, Malbec, Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc round out the blend in this stylish red."
$
1999
750 ML
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