The All American 6-pack: Three wines (2 btls each) that exemplify the best of American ingenuity in winemaking. Enjoy!
Stolpman Para Maria Rosé 2019 – Santa Barbara (2 bottles)
Pete Stolpman and vineyard mangaer Ruben Solorzano combine to make a gorgeous Rosé that is 100% Syrah, salmon-pink in color, with a great nose of ruby red grapefruit and red apple. Bone-dry and low in alcohol it is a classic Rosé that reminds me of the first one Melissa and I discovered on a trip to the south of France many, many years ago. But his has that beautiful, pure Santa Barbara fruit that makes this so crisp and so hard to put down.
Clos Julien Chardonnay Price Canyon 2019 – St. Luis Obispo (2 bottles)
The 2019 Clos Julien Chardonnay Price Canyon is phenomenal. Easily the best Clos Julien in history. Much more Maconnais in style than any California offering I’ve ever tasted. From the budding wine region of San Luis Obispo. You can’t expect we’ll be able to offer a Single-Vineyard Coastal Chardonnay from this region that is this good in quality at this low a price moving forward.
Trousse Chemise Cabernet Sauvignon Columbia Valley 2018- Washington (2 bottles)
The 2018 vintage in Washington was sunny, hot and dry. As the folks down in Napa will tell you, this is perfect for making purely concentration Cabernetets. Deep purple to the rim with aromas of crushed black and red fruits, it’s rich and generous and wonderfully pure on the palate. It finishes with that round, refined tannin backbone reminiscent of Bordeaux’s Left Bank.
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