Type/Varietal

Type/Varietal

Varietal refers to the grape from which the wine is made and is typically displayed on the wine label. Examples of grape varieties commonly used in varietal wines are Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Merlot. Wines that display the name of two or more varieties on their label, such as a Chardonnay-Viognier, are blends. By law in the U.S, the varietal must have at least 75% of that grape. For example, a California bottle of wine labeled Zinfandel must contain at least 75% Zinfandel grapes.
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  • M. Chapoutier Ermitage "Les Greffieux" 2005

    Hermitage, France

    Sélections Parcellaires. Ripe and fresh, this vintage from M. Chapoutier's Les Greffieux parcel in Hermitage is a real stunner. Aromas of black fruit and minerals. Powerful tannins with hints of mellow, stewed blackberries along with a long, elegant finish.

  • EPISODE Red Blend 2001

    Napa Valley, California

    Purchase a piece of history with EPISODE's inaugural 2001 vintage. Rich in flavors of chocolate, coffee and Christmas cake spice, smooth and silky on the palate with fine grained tannins. This is the wine born of a dream to produce truly exceptional Bordeaux-style blends with the best fruit in Napa Valley and the start of a new wine-making tradition.

    • EPISODE Red Blend 2003

      Napa Valley, California

      The 2003 vintage shows wonderful fruit flavors thanks to a long cool summer. Open and inviting with a bright silky palate and well integrated tannins. Already a superb wine, it will only improve further with time.

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      • EPISODE Red Blend 2008

        Napa Valley, California

        Rated 94 pts. by Wine Enthusiast, EPISODE'S 2008 vintage is full of dark brooding fruit with layers of anise and dark chocolate. Rich mouth feel with a velvety structure and incredible lingering finish. Only 495 cases produced. Great aging potential, so don't miss out on the chance to add this one to your collection!

      • Jack Nicklaus Cabernet Sauvignon 2009

        Napa Valley, California

        This Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon was the 2013 Silver Winner in the San Francisco International Wine Competition. This wonderful bright mouth feel Cabernet features intense aromas of red fruit, cherry and raspberry, layered with notes of dark chocolate.

        • EPISODE Red Blend 2005

          Napa Valley, California

          A Bordeaux style blend made with select Napa fruit, EPISODE's 2005 vintage has aromas of black fruits, leather and clove. Silky tannins with flavors of berries and clove. Fruit forward but reserved and firm. This one has the potential to be a signature vintage of Napa Valley. Enjoy now or cellar for up to 25 years.

          • Seven Daughters Rich Red Winemaker’s Blend 2014

            Seven Daughters Rich Red Winemaker’s Blend is made from seven grape varieties for smooth, well-rounded flavor. Enjoy this wine on its own, or with light pasta and red sauce, grilled poultry, or beef dishes.

            • Seven Daughters Moscato 2015

              Veneto, Italy

              This slightly effervescent Moscato has a sweet floral and peach aroma and is well-balanced with a refined fruitiness. A delightful, refreshing wine to drink chilled by itself or serve with foods like fresh fruit or sweet treats.

              • Greystone Cellars Merlot 2012

                Ruby Red and Spicy aromas of black pepper are layered over abundant black cherry and cream soda notes. The flavors of ripe cherry plays nicely against vanilla, allspice and hints of mint. The wine is perfect to enjoy with friends and a burger tonight!

                • Markham Sauvignon Blanc 2015

                  Napa Valley, California

                  Aromas of fresh pineapple, gardenia blossoms, juicy fruit with apricot, honeydew melon and ruby grapefruit round out this Sauvignon Blanc. A ripe entry is full on the palate with a bright, clean finish.

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