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  1. Alpha Omega Proprietary Red Napa Valley 2012

    Alpha Omega Proprietary Red Napa Valley 2012

    92 points Wine Spectator - “The 2012 Proprietary Red Blend, made from 61% Cabernet Sauvignon, 32% Merlot and 7% Cabernet Franc, is a winner. It reveals good structure and tannin as well as the vintage’s lavish personality and extroverted fruit, glycerin and intensity. It is a big fruit bomb with a deep ruby/purple color and sweet notes of licorice, blackcurrants, blackberries, espresso and white chocolate. Full-bodied and voluptuous, despite its light tannins, it can be drunk now or cellared for 12-15 years.” – Robert Parker Learn More
    $79.98
  2. Ammunition Cabernet Sauvignon, Paso Robles 2016

    Ammunition Cabernet Sauvignon, Paso Robles 2016

    Dark garnet velvet in color and texture, this Cabernet from Paso Robles highlights what the region is quickly being know for, those delicious Bordeaux grapes. Featuring rich dark fruits with notes of black cherry, blueberry and spice, this full bodied Cabernet showcases complex tannins and finishes with savory pepper spice and black currant from the Petit Verdot. This wine is enjoyable now and will age extremely well for many years to come. Learn More

    Regular Price: $17.98

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  3. Ammunition The Equalizer Red Blend, Sonoma County 2015

    Ammunition The Equalizer Red Blend, Sonoma County 2015

    Versatile and pleasing to a variety of palettes, this wine consistently delivers the goods. The Equalizer is medium to full-bodied with a fruit-forward character. The 2014 Equalizer Red Blend is deep purplish to ruby in color. Its nose has plenty of blackberry, black cherry, baking spice and vanilla notes that are both intense yet elegant. The finish is both long and complex with a balance of sweet fruit and tannic structure that will allow this wine to age gracefully for 5 to 10 years. Learn More
    $17.98
  4. Ancient Peaks Oyster Ridge Red, Paso Robles 2012

    Ancient Peaks Oyster Ridge Red, Paso Robles 2012

    The 2012 Oyster Ridge offers a brooding bouquet of dark fruits with suggestions of tobacco leaf, cigar box, pine and graphite. A sumptuous palate is densely packed with layers of cherry, cassis, blueberry and black olive. Hints of toasty oak, cola and spice anticipate a juicy finish that is loaded with fine, plump tannins. This wine will generously evolve in the bottle for years to come. Learn More
    $43.98
  5. Anderson's Conn Valley Vineyards 'Eloge', Napa Valley 2015
  6. Anderson's Conn Valley Vineyards Right Bank, Napa Valley 2015
  7. Arietta 'Variation One' Red, Napa Valley 2012
  8. Austin Hope Winery 'Quest' Proprietary Red, Paso Robles 2016
  9. Basel Cellars Estate Claret 2011

    Basel Cellars Estate Claret 2011

    Beautiful, soft golden color with crystal clear clarity that reflects the flavors and the aromas in the wine. Hints of honeydew melon on the nose with a slight notes of clean grassiness. Bright acidity is complimented by a wonderful viscosity that makes for a very long finish. Rich notes of butterscotch on the end of the sip. A very complete wine. Learn More
    $14.98
  10. Benziger Family Winery Tribute Estate Red, Sonoma Mountain 2013

    Benziger Family Winery Tribute Estate Red, Sonoma Mountain 2013

    90 points Wine Avdocate - The 2013 Proprietary Red Tribute is exceptional. Beautiful blackcurrant fruit, nice judicious touch of oak, a complex medium to full-bodied mouthfeel, sweet tannin and a long finish make for an outstanding effort from Benziger. This should drink well for 12-15, maybe even 20 or more years. -RP Learn More
    $79.98

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