Chardonnay, Stags Leap – Napa, California —– Aromas of honeysuckle and orange peel, with a creamy mouthfeel. Complex, yet balanced and toasty on the finish.

Chardonnay, Rodney Strong – Sonoma, California —– Bright lemon and apple aromas mingle with toasty barrel complexity with pear, pineapple and spice.  Classic in style.

Unoaked Chardonnay, Seaglass – California —– Stone fruit aromas leading to apple and zesty citrus fruit flavors.  Lively, with a touch of minerality.

Pinot Gris, Rainstorm – Umpqua Valley, Oregon —– A lush mouthfeel with mango, citrus and green tea flavors.  Very dry.

Pinot Grigio, Firelands – Isle St. George, Ohio —– Aromas of fresh pears and apples, with a touch of lemon and notes of fresh herbs.

Sauvignon Blanc, Matua – Marlborough, New Zealand —– Tropical and citrus fruits with attractive herbaceousness.  Wow! Fresh in the mouth with clean grapefruit and a passionfruit finish.

White Blend, Milestone – California —– Appealing aromas and flavors of honeysuckle and sweet juicy stonefruits like peach and apricot.

Reisling, Joel Gott – Washington —– Semi sweet, with aromas of mandarin, key lime and stonefruits ending with bright acidity.

Moscato, Allegro – California —– Made from the Italian grape muscat canelli, sweet and exhibits exotic florals on honeyed notes, with a touch of orange blossoms.

White Zinfandel, Montevina – California —– Semi-sweet with notes of strawberries and raspberries



Barolo, Malgra – Piedmont, Italy (Dean’s Favorite!) —– The perfect blend of Earthiness, dried wild flower, fruits and spices.  The mouthfeel is creamy and the wine is complex yet balanced with a toasty finish.

Cabernet Sauvignon, Robert Mondavi – ‘Oakville’ Napa, California —– Bright lemon and apple aromas mingle with toasty barrel complexity, pear, pineapple and spice.  Classic in style.

Cabernet Sauvignon “Starmont”, Meryvale – Napa, California —– Voluptuous aromas of cassis and black cherry. Vanilla bean and cedar leap out of the glass.  Ending with a weighty finish.

Cabernet Sauvignon, Hidden Crush – Central Coast, California —— Aromas of black currant, with layers of spice, cedar, coconut and vanilla.  Excellent length.

Merlot, Rodney Strong – Sonoma, California —– Plum and blueberry, a touch of dried herbs with spicy vanilla character with a berry-cream finish. Nice cedary backbone.

Zinfandel, Ghost Pines – California —– Elegant red raspberry jam and blackberries are prominent.  A lush mouthfeel with rich brambly fruits and a touch of white spice

Balbera Albarola, Taccchino – Piedmont, Italy —— Rich and Earthy with plummy accents, wonderful acidity and firm tonnis.

Bordeaux Style Blend “Marlstone” Clos du Bois – Alexander Valley, California —– Opulent  Marlstone debuted as Sonoma County’s first red Bordeaux blend and is now a premiere wine.  Layer of character , highlights of blackberry, cedar and cocoa aromas.  Silky finish…elegant.

Red Blend, Milestone – Central Coast, California —– A juicy blend of Syrah, Zinfandel, Merlot and Petite Sryah. Cocoa, mocha and a vanilla finish.

Pinot Noir, “Reliz Creek” Wente – Livermore, California —– This delivers the whole package when you expect a full bodied Pinot Noir.  Hits a home run with dark cherries , berries and cola nut characters.  Earthy in the mouth with a lingering finish.

Pinot Noir, Bridlewood – Central Coast, California —— Light bodied with red fruit characteristics.  A touch of toast and a nice earthiness in this easy drinking Red

Malbec, Diseno – Argengitna —— Violets, black cherry, on the nose.  Full bodied and fruity.