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Wines We Love: 

The Prisoner wine has a deep ruby red hue that is framed in rich crimson. Aromas of black
cherry and plum, surrounded by roasted
coee beans and vanillin oak accents. The
entry is powerful and lush with flavors of
bing cherry, blueberry and cocoa. Soft and
velvety tannins round out the finish making
this wine approachable and inviting.
30% New Oak, Combination of French
and American Oak Barrels

Cakebread 2011 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon sports a beautifully fragrant, complex bouquet of ripe dark cherry and boysenberry fruit complemented by scents of cedar, olive, dried sage, dark chocolate and toasty oak. Rich and smooth on the palate with perfectly integrated tannins and balanced acidity, the wine's sumptuous black cherry, blackcurrant and blackberry flavors are superbly balanced and persist into a long, elegant finish with hints of chocolate, mineral and savory oak. 




Cakebread 2012 Napa Valley Chardonnay offers delightfully fragrant, slightly yeasty aromas of ripe pear, apple and guava fruit complemented by hints of honeysuckle, mineral and toasted oak. It likewise hits the mark on the palate, delivering sensationally concentrated pear, spiced apple and melon flavors that culminate in a long finish lifted by zesty spice and mineral tones. Bold and beautifully balanced, with great depth and breadth of flavor.



Cakebread Sauvignon Blanc- The startlingly fresh, vivid aromas of our 2012 Sauvignon Blanc literally leap out of the glass, redolent of just-cut white grapefruit, bracing gooseberry, lime and kiwi, and ripe honeydew melon, with subordinate spice and vanilla scents. On the medium-bodied palate, the wine's ripe grapefruit, guava, melon, green apple and mineral flavors are remarkably rich, intense, concentrated and vibrant, with a long, full finish packed with fresh fruit and mineral/chalky (a la White Bordeaux) tones. 


Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon- A dark, scarlet red color, with powerful aromas of sweet ripe cabernet grapes. Initial impressions are fantastically appealing, brooding to expansive textural sensations of finely grained cacao tannins. The whole of the wine is balanced, rich, expressive and impressively complex. . 
-­‐‑ Chuck Wagner, Owner and Winemaker


Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon Special Select Napa Valley 2011 A brilliant wine, and one of the stars of the vintage,  boasts aromas of blueberry pie, blackberries, cassis and white flowers. This full-bodied, velvety textured, delicious 2011 is already drinking well, and should continue to do so for 10-12 years. It is a terrific success for the vintage.95 Pts. Robert Parker -The Wine Advocate


Murphy Goode Homefront California Red Wine is a blend of Syrah, Merlot, Petit Sirah, and Zinfandel. It’s chock full of flavors of black cherry and raspberry, vanilla and toast, and has a nice long finish that invites another glass. Homefront Red is not only the perfect wine for your own homefront, it’s not just a good wine, it’s for a good cause!


Belle Gloss Meiomi Pinot Noir Deep, rich garnet color. The wine opens up with aromas of ripe berries, fresh cranberry, candy apple and malted vanilla, some of which carries through to the palate. . It is an extremely layered wine, both in structure and flavor, with a slight earthiness and sweet oak on the finish. - Joseph Wagner, Winemaker and Viticulturist



 Dreaming Tree Crush special blend of our favorite varieties to create a red wine that pulls you in with notes of smoky berry and a pop of raspberry jam. Around the dinner table or out on the patio, it’s a wine you’re going to want to share with your favorite people.” –Steve Reeder on his Dave Matthews wine collaboration
New Age White is a light yellow-green colored wine, with fruity and floral aromas of great intensity. Balanced acidity leads to soft, semi-sweet and slightly effervescent flavors and mouth feel. It is an extremely refreshing, vivacious and sensual wine.


Purple Angel- The super Carmenère of Montes This superb wine represents a whole new dimension for Carmenère, the long-lost grape variety that recently resurfaced in Chile after being presumed extinct in Bordeaux, its original home. 
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