May 2020 Mixed Shipment

Petrichor Rosé 2018

Petrichor Rosé 2018

Sonoma County, California

$23.75 / each

Description:

Only 350 cases of this racy, lip-smacking rosé were produced in total. Comprised of 53% Grenache and 47% Syrah, this gorgeous wine was grown organically on volcanic soils on Redwood Hill, which is in the Fountaingrove District AVA of Sonoma County. Expect a tangy, zippy, delicious mouthful teeming with strawberry, rhubarb, ruby red grapefruit and meyer lemon flavors.

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J. Bouchon Pais Salvaje 2019

J. Bouchon Pais Salvaje 2019

Maule Valley, Chile

$23.75 / each

Description:

This organically grown, dry farmed wine is made of old vines Pais grapes that grow wild in the arid Secano Interior section of Chile's Maule Valley. Fermented with native yeasts and bottled unfiltered, this is a true natural wine. Showing gorgeous rose petal aromas and juicy red currant and cranberry fruit, this is the perfect zesty, warm weather red that is just glorious when served with a slight chill.

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Valravn Pinot Noir 2017

Valravn Pinot Noir 2017

Sonoma County, California

$23.75 / each

Description:

This fabulous dry-farmed, organically grown Sonoma County Pinot strikes the perfect balance between ripeness, freshness, juicy fruit and vivid acidity. Made from fruit grown in Sonoma's Russian River Valley and the Sebastopol Hills region of the Sonoma Coast, this shows cherry jam, strawberry and cola notes strewn across a broad, silky palate. This wine was aged in 30% new French oak for 12 months.

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Pietramore Vanita Methode Ancestrale Trebbiano 2018

Pietramore Vanita Methode Ancestrale Trebbiano 2018

Abruzzo, Italy

$23.75 / each

Description:

This certified organic Italian "Pet-Nat" or Petillant Naturel is a frizzante style sparkler made of the Trebbiano grape. Grown in the Colli Aprutini region of Abruzzo, this is beautifully wild and floral, showing exotic jasmine, chamomile, candied ginger, meyer lemon and sweet grapefruit notes. Being a natural wine, this does have some sediment, so don't get spooked!

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