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.

    Availability: 15

  • 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.

      Availability: 6

    • 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 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.

        • The Federalist Zinfandel 2015

          Dry Creek Valley, California

          Dry Creek Valley.The Federalist Zinfandel is hand-crafted to bring out the true individuality of this hearty, decidedly American, grape. Pairs with a wide variety of foods.

          • Two Hands Wines Ares Shiraz 2012

            South Australia, Australia

            Ares represents the very best selection of Shiraz from Two Hands Wines. A huge volume of black accented fruit cascades across the palate highlighted by notes of pen ink and lavender. Tannins are dense yet lovely and fine weaving beautifully through the sheer weight of fruit.

            Availability: 4

          • Ernie Els Big Easy White 2016

            Western Cape, South Africa

            The Big Easy White 2016 reflects Ernie Els' vision and commitment to quality. This wine is medium-bodied and unhindered by oak giving a lively fruit structure and soft, easy finish.

            • Guardian Peak Merlot 2013

              Western Cape, South Africa

              From South Africa's famed Stellenbosch region, this Merlot contains soft fruit flavors, which deliver a juicy and highly accessible wine. Smooth and inviting, this wine is most rewarding when enjoyed early with good food.

              • M. Chapoutier Luberon "La Ciboise" Blanc 2015

                Rhone Valley, France

                Southern Rhone. This wine is grown organically using sustainable farming practices. Pale with green and yellow tints, this wine's aroma brings to mind white blossom, lemons and exotic fruits.

                • Cecchi Sangiovese di Toscana 2015

                  Toscana, Italy

                  The unmistakable taste of the preeminent Tuscan grape. The careful selection of the Sangiovese grapes and the fermentation and ageing in steel tanks give this wine a distinct flavor of Maraschino cherry for a long-bodied luscious taste.

                    Availability: 2

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