Twinkle, Twinkle, In A Flute...

Wednesday, January 10, 2018 12:29 PM

Twinkle, Twinkle, In A Flute...

Twinkle, Twinkle, In A Flute ...



Fizz, Bubbles, Champers ...

or whatever else you may call your sparkling wine, there is no question that THE most popular time of year for the stuff is upon us now.  So whether you need a bottle or two to ring in the New Year, for Sunday Brunch, or if you would just like a great pairing partner for your caviar, fried chicken, or bowl of potato chips, we've got a nice selection of sparkling wine at a variety of price-points.  

Beginning with our sub $10 Cava sparkling wines from Spain, we have a handful of offerings which range from $10 - $30, each one with its own allure.  Then, we have a fine line of great Champagnes, many of them Grower Champagnes, ranging in price from the $30's all the way up to a very special bottling of Krug (Pssst:  It's on sale!).



So, no matter your budget, we've got the sparkling wine for you this year.  Need help choosing?  Our friendly, knowledgable staff is more than happy to give recommendations and help you zero in on that special bottle for 2018!  Come see us or give us a call - we'll be here!!!  Happy (up-coming) New Year!  



   - Peter Zavialoff

Check Out All Our Sparkling Wines Here
2014

Cantine Russo

Mon Pit Brut

Blanc de Blancs


$25.98



Feed your inner wine-geek, and/or impress your friends with this two grape blended fizz from Sicily.  Grown in volcanic soils around Mount Etna, the grapes are Carricante and Catarratto, the former is known for its inherent acidity, while the latter is known for its lemon fruit expression. This sparkler from Sicily can take the world by storm ... once the world tastes it!



1998

Arlaux


Millesime Rare

Reg. $84.98

SALE $64.95



What a great way to ring in 2018!  This soon to be 20 year old bottle of Champagne is in a glorious place at the moment.  The tiny bubbles push an initial yeasty/briochey element which opens the door for an incredibly complex bouquet.  The palate is racy and lively with all of that complexity pinging every sensor.
NV 

Jean-Marie Chaland

Crémant de Bourgogne


Perle de Roche

Brut Nature

$28.98




That's a mouthfull, we know, but it's the mouth feel of this Crémant de Bourgogne that has our staff buzzing.  Tiny bubbles, soft lemon verbena aromas, and a well-constructed palate had our staff in agreement that this could be a "ringer" in a Champagne tasting.  It's all Chardonnay, and it's amazing.

 


2007

Vilmart & Cie

Coeur de Cuvée


$144.98



A most extraordinary Champagne from one of the region's greatest growers and producers.  Made of 80% Chardonnay and 20% Pinot Noir, this Champagne is refined, expressive, complex, even grandiose.  It's like Montrachet with bubbles.







 
NV

Marc Hebrart

Premier Cru

Cuvée de Réserve

Brut


$43.98



It all started when David purchased a few cases of the Marc Hebrart Champagnes and declared them, "My kind of Champagne."  Well, that was enough for us.  Several of our staff took a bottle or two home, and recommended it to our customers.  It's already sold out twice, so it must be our kind of Champagne too!

 





NV

Krug


Grande Cuvée

164ème Édition

Reg. $199.98

SALE $168.95



From Antonio Galloni:  "Krug's NV Grande Cuvée 164 Edition is a total knockout.  The flavors are brisk, delineated and pulsing with energy, while the more oxidative notes that are such a signature of Krug Champagnes are not especially evident. 97 points."

 

40th Anniversary Sale: Bordeaux!!!

Wednesday, January 10, 2018 12:09 PM

BORDEAUX ON SALE
Bordeaux City Riverside Walkway

It only happens once a year ...

that we put wines from Bordeaux on sale, and now's the time!  The wines from Bordeaux are among the most highly sought after wines in the world.  Why is that?  Because they deliver.  Something I often tell customers is that the wines from Bordeaux are the most reliable wines money can buy.  Spend $50 on a bottle of Bordeaux and it will deliver.  I don't mean to disparage any other wine region, but sometimes even the sum of $50 won't guarantee you satisfaction if the wine were to come from elsewhere.  

Shortly after David sent me the list of wines which would be going on sale for this year's anniversary, my personality switched from merchant to consumer, and the first place to check out was Bordeaux.  I quickly identified which wines were the best deals, and put a star next to them.  I've listed 6 of these wines below, 3 below $50 and another 3 below $100.  There are plenty more Bordeaux wines (and wines from all over) on sale, so if you haven't yet had a look at our sale wines, now's the time!   - Peter Zavialoff









2012

Château Cantemerle

Haut-Médoc


Reg. $38.98

SALE $29.95



For me, this is kind of a no-brainer.  Cru Classé wine for less than $30.  Has some old-school Bordeaux funk, and terrific berry fruit expression.



 









2005 Château

Beau-Séjour Becot


Saint-Émilion

Reg. $94.98

SALE $79.95



Now in bottle for over a decade, this is just beginning to hit its drinking plateau.  Power-packed and sturdy, this wine can be consumed now (with decanting), or it will last another 20 years in your cellar. 

 




2011

Château La Lagune


Haut-Médoc

Reg. $59.98

SALE $39.95



La Lagune has been on my short list of favorite chateaux for quite some time now.  When I first saw that sale list, I identified this to be the best deal of all the Bordeaux on sale.







2012 Chateau

Pontet Canet

Pauillac


Reg. $108.98

SALE $89.95



In the northern part of Pauillac, just a small road separates Pontet Canet from Mouton Rothschild, so their terroirs are similar.  Big, dense, and chewy with hints of iron.  This is a classic Pauillac with a long life ahead of it.

 


2012 Château Nenin

Pomerol


Reg. $59.98

SALE $48.95



This from the Delon family's (Léoville Las-Cases) property right in the heart of Pomerol.  70% Merlot, 30% Cab Franc.  Fresh, harmonious fruit and spice impeccably balanced.















2006 Chateau Troplong Mondot

Saint-Émilion

Reg. $144.98

SALE $99.95



Another in the 10+ years old category, though the 2006 Troplong Mondot is drinking marvelously now.  It's more medium than full-bodied with a healthy level of fruit concentration, tar, black pepper and tobacco.  Delish!

Special Holiday Hours:

We will be open both Sunday, December 17 & December 24

From 12:00 noon - 4:00 pm

Our 40th Anniversary Sale continues ...

And, as in years past, our most popular annual sale will be extended through the end of the year.  That means savings on wines from all over the shop for the rest of 2017! 

Now that we're in the middle of the holidays, maybe it's time to leave some of our favorite "weeknight wines" in their respective boxes and pop the cork of something a little more special.  Our sale has that covered.



Do you like Burgundy?  If you're reading this email, that's a rhetorical question.  We've picked out a handful of highlights from our Burgundy wines on sale; both red and white.  These wines were great values BEFORE they went on sale - You've got to love them now!



First, a trio of fancier reds from the outstanding 2012 vintage.  Clive Coates, MW, has written that, "There are some who regard the potential of 2012 reds as superior to anything recent, and that includes 2010, 2009, 2005 and other years."  That motivated me to stock up on 2012's.



For the whites, we have 3 different vintages represented, including the already famous 2014.  If studying vintage charts is your thing, then you probably know that the quality has been great for white Burgundy for quite some time, year after year.  These fancy whites will impress all who sample them. - Peter Zavialoff    



2012

Xavier Monnot Beaune 1er Cru

Les Toussaints




Reg. $55.98

SALE $39.95



"The mouth feel of the medium-bodied flavors is lush to the point of opulence with good mid-palate density before culminating in a beautifully complex, round and solidly complex finish."

- Allen Meadows,

Burghound 



Sounds like he liked it.






2014 Claudie Jobard

Rully Blanc


Montagne La Folie



Reg. $27.99

SALE $19.95



Claudie Jobard is Laurence Jobard's daughter.  Laurence was head oenologist at Maison Josef Drouhin for 3 decades.  Winemaking is in her blood - and we love her wines.  Don't let the low price put you off - this is special wine!

 


2012

Château de la Matroye

Chassagne-Montrachet

1er Cru Clos St. Jean



Reg. $64.99

SALE $45.95



Made by the meticulous Jean-Pierre Cournut (he's a former aeronautical engineer), the wines from Maltroye are known for their high-toned expression and balance.  The clay soiled vineyard of Clos St. Jean allows the fruit to ripen fully, giving the wines a core of crunchy berry-like fruit.

 

2012 Xavier Monnot

Meursault 1er Cru

Les Charmes




Reg. $106.99

SALE $59.95



White Burgundy lovers know one cannot go wrong with Meursault, though there is something particularly special about the wines from the Charmes vineyard.  This 2012 is ready for action with bright pear and apple fruit, stony mineral, and a crisp finish.  Yum!


2012

Stephane Magnien Grand Cru

Clos-Saint-Denis




Reg. $149.99

SALE $114.95



The youthful Stephane Magnien may only have 4.5 hectares to tend, but in what impressive vineyards do they lie??!!  This Clos-Saint-Denis will be the wine to pour for New Year's 2025, but there may not be any around by then. 

 









2013

Chateau de la Maltroye

Chassagne-Montrachet


1er Cru Le Dent De Chien



Reg. $199.99

SALE $124.95



And in the super-special wine department, there is this Dent de Chien.  Rumor has it that these two plots once belonged to the Grand Cru Le Montrachet vineyard.  This wine certainly gives credence to that claim.

Holiday Hours And More From Our Anniversary Sale

Tuesday, January 9, 2018 5:25 PM

We're hoping you all had a nice Thanksgiving!

We all did, and though we are all still full from all of that food, we're OPEN today, regular hours: 10:00 - 6:00.  We will also be open tomorrow, Saturday, November 25 from 10:00 - 5:00.



And for your calendars, we are usually closed on Sundays, but we will be open the following two Sundays:

Sunday, December 17:  Noon - 4:00PM

Sunday, December 24:  Noon - 4:00PM

They're here!

The Holidays, that is.  With Turkey Day behind us, we now see December coming into view, and all the madness that comes with it!  The timing of our Anniversary and its subsequent sale is perfect for those of us needing wine for all of our December entertaining, as the sale will run through the end of the year!



To give you an idea as to what may be on sale, here are a couple of goodies from our Rhône section:



2013 Ventoux Rouge, Domaine Fondrèche

Winemaker Sébastien Vincenti is no stranger to the Rhône Valley, having spent a few years under the tutelage of the widely respected, André Brunel.  Sébastien has some of the finest terroir in the Ventoux region, east of the river.  In 2013, he discontinued his prestigious "Nadal" label, and combined the fruit which normally went to those bottles with his entry-level "Fayard," to make this Ventoux Rouge.  Made from 50% Grenache, 40% Syrah, and 10% Mourvèdre, think of it as a classier wine than previous incarnations of his entry-level red.  With that sale price, it's a no-brainer!

Reg. $16.99  Sale $9.95

Or ...

if your needs call for something a little more special, there are some fancy northern Rhône wines on sale too, such as:



2011 Côte Rôtie Champon's, Domaine Stéphane Pichat

The wines from Côte Rôtie can be some of the hardest wines to track down.  The vineyards are located on super steep hillsides along the banks of the Rhône River in the north, and let's just say machine harvesting is impossible.  We've been importing Stéphane Pichat's Côte Rôtie wines since the 2010 vintage, and we've been loving them ever since.  We're not alone here, here's what former Wine Advocate Rhône Valley reviewer, Jeb Dunnuck had to say about Pichat's 2011 Champon's:



"Comprised all of Syrah and aged 24 months in 40% new French oak, the 2011 Côte Rôtie Champon’s exhibits a perfumed, complex bouquet of black raspberry, smoke, incense, saddle leather, violets and underbrush. This is followed by a medium to full-bodied, supple, elegant and pure 2011 that can be consumed any time over the coming 10-15 years.



Run by the young Stéphane Pichat (who worked for Jean-Michel Gerin and Gilbert Clusel in the Rhone, as well as a stint in Sonoma), Domaine Pichat has produced superb wines in both 2011 and 2012. The vinification here is quite modern, with the grapes mostly destemmed, and then plenty of new oak (and extended duration) used in aging (also called elevage in French). Nevertheless, the wines show beautiful Cote Rotie meatiness and have seamless, polished textures. Moving to the 2011s, this too is a serious, solid lineup that makes the most of the vintage."

Reg. $63.99  Sale $45.95

40th Anniversary Sale!

Some Super Sale Pricing On Wines To Stock Up On This Holiday Season

Now that it's December ...

things are getting busy.  The calendar's filling up, party and dinner invitations are making the rounds, and this time next month it will be 2018!  If there is any time of year when it just makes sense to have good stocks of wine handy, it's right now.  As our 40th Anniversary Sale continues through the month of December, we've not only slashed prices on some of our finest offerings, we've also lowered the prices of several wines in the "everyday wine" category, giving you all the opportunity to stock up for all of your December entertaining.    



As far as wines to stock up on, here are a few super deals:

2015 Domaine la Hitaire Les Tours





Reg. $10.79

SALE $5.95



Quite a deal on this entry-level white from Gascogne.  Ugni Blanc, Colombard, and Gros Manseng are the grapes; a light, dry, crisp easy to like white is the result. 



2014 Domaine Sylvain Langoureau Hauts-Côtes de Beaune Clos Marc



Reg. $21.49

SALE $12.95



Light and rustic, this entry-level red Burgundy is just the type of wine one might expect to be served by the glass in some of France's bucolic locales.
2013 Domaine Fondrèche

Ventoux Rouge



Reg. $16.99

SALE $9.95



This is about as good a deal on red wine as it gets.  Winemaker Sébastien Vincenti now includes grapes which used to go into his premium Nadalcuvée in this Ventoux.



2014 Domaine Pierre Savoye Morgon Tradition



Reg. $18.49

SALE $13.95



Cru Beajolais here; Morgon is well-known for its relatively sturdy profile.  Here we have black cherry, wild cherry, forest floor, and some earthy goodness without any sticky tannins.
2014 Domaine Les Guignottes Montagny Les Guignottes



Reg. $21.59

SALE $12.95



Montagny is in Côte Chalonnaise in southern Burgundy.  This is a great Chardonnay to pop in the fridge and pour with dungeness crab.


2014 Domaine Sainte Barbe Mâcon-Villages Les Tilles





Reg. $19.99

SALE $14.95



The consensus among wine writers is that 2014 was THE best vintage for white Burgundy in quite some time.  This un-oaked beauty is clean and expressive.

40th Anniversary Sale!

Special Prices For Special Bottles For Your Upcoming Special Occasions

If you're going to launch a business in November ...

your anniversary is always going to be around Thanksgiving.  A holiday of that magnitude may steal the thunder of any anniversary celebrations, unless of course, you're a wine merchant!  As many of you know, our anniversary celebration comes with a big sale which coincides with the most festive season!  It's our way of saying thank you to our customers for your support throughout the year.

Inspired by a long time customer's request, "for 6 nice bottles from your sale to serve to guests on Thanksgiving," I made some choices.  The parameters were, "something nice, try to keep it under $50 per bottle (on average), and let's do one Champagne, two whites, two reds, and something sweet."  My personal inclination is to question why the sweet wine is relegated to the end, but my personal inclinations are just that.  This customer also shared the fact that they have eschewed the traditional Thanksgiving meal in favor of surf & turf.  Okay, the wheels were turning; being someone's personal wine shopper can be a fun gig; living vicariously and all.   Here's the what and why ... - Peter Zavialoff

NV

Arlaux

Rosé


Reg. $54.98

SALE $39.95



Let's get this party started.  What better way than rosé Champagne? 



Dry and crisp with a kiss of red fruit.  Very nice!










2012 Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru

Les Sentiers

Reg. $91.99

SALE $59.95



Stéphane Magnien has vines in some fantastic vineyards.  The 2012 Chambolle Sentiers will steal the show at this dinner. This is special stuff here!  
2014 Chateau de la Matroye

Chassagne-Montrachet

Reg. $57.99

SALE $39.95



How about following that up with some fine white Burgundy from what critics are calling the best vintage in a long, long, time?  "Lovely stuff and worth a look." - Allen Meadows, Burghound




Chateau les Grandes Murailles

Saint-Emilion


Reg. $49.98

SALE $39.95



This tiny property atop the plateau near the village of St. Emilion is now run by the same team as neighbor Clos Fourtet, whose 2012 is also on sale ... for twice as much.  This is the real deal!
2011 Maison Dampt Chablis Grand Cru Les Clos

Reg. $74.99

SALE $49.95



Talking about "nice" bottles; here's one from Chablis' most prestigious Grand Cru!  Spicy, crisp, and mineral driven.



 















2007 Chateau Suduiraut

Sauternes


375ml

Reg. $48.98

SALE $39.95



With all the goodness preceding it, the 2007 Suduiraut will certainly be the icing on the cake of this or any dinner.  Don't be afraid to try it as an aperitif either!

40 Novembers

Tuesday, January 9, 2018 5:11 PM

We Just Turned 40!!!


In November 1977, The Wine House was founded by John Carpenter at 535 Bryant Street in San Francisco.  Two locations and 40 years later, here we are at 829 26th Street in the city's Dogpatch neighborhood.  To say thank you to our customers for your patronage, and to help you celebrate with us, we're slashing prices on much of our inventory!



Deals abound in all corners of the shop!  There are some in-house specials to be found around our store, just look for the gold tags!  Bordeaux, Burgundy, the Rhône, Sauternes, Italy, and more! 
     

To whet your appetite ...

Having been around for an Anniversary Sale or two over the years, experience tells me there is demand for "everyday Burgundy."  What is "everyday Burgundy?"  That is a subjective question to be sure, so I will share what "everyday Burgundy" means to me.



An American friend of mine who once lived in London for a short time returned a changed man.  He regaled me with tales of wine tasting and fraternizing with members of the staff of his local Nicolas wine shop.  One point he was abundantly clear on was the importance of "everday wines."  As in, one doesn't need to splurge on a bottle for their Thursday night dinner.  Again, what is "everyday" to one isn't to another; so let's use the budget of $20 per bottle and under here.  Well, anybody who knows anything about Burgundy knows it isn't cheap.  Red Burgundy wines below the $20 price tag, firstly, are nearly impossible to find.  Secondly, they practically beg for scrutiny.  Right? 

"Hey look!  It's red Burgundy for less than $20!!"

"What's wrong with it?" - would be the usual response.

Some of the nuances which can cause this kind of bias would be that a wine is perceived as being too light, or too rustic, or not having much fruit, or maybe having a nervy acidity level.  If one tastes through a line of sub $20 red Burgundies, it is likely that you will come across all of those descriptors.  But again, "too light?" "too rustic?" - that's all subjective.  To be a good "everyday wine," most importantly, a wine needs to be balanced.  So we'll lead off our 40th Anniversary Sale with an everyday red Burgundy that is elegant, honest, and balanced.  The 2014 Rully La Chaume from Claudie Jobard - regularly $25.79, on sale for $17.95!!



If you've followed us over the past 5 years or so, you've probably heard of 
Claudie Jobard.    Her mother, Laurence was head oenologist at Maison Joseph Drouhin for 30 years.  Apples.  Trees.  Actually, her Mom and her aunt co-own the Pommard domaine, Gabriel Billard.  Guess who they entrust to make the wines there?  If you said Claudie, you'd be correct.  The Billard wines are great in their own right, but today's email is about "everyday Burgundy."  The appellation of Rully lies south of Burgundy's famous Côte d'Or in what is known as Côte Chalonnaise.  There's been a lot of investment over the past decade in this region, as some of Burgundy's famous domaines have been purchasing land there.  This is a good time to be interested in wines from this region as the quality is going up, up, up, yet the price remains in check.   Claudie's 2014 Rully La Chaume has classic, brambly Pinot Noir aromas:  blackberry thicket, a hint of strawberry, herbs, and forest floor.  The palate is bright, elegant, honest, and in harmony.  Just the right amount of fruit, with the right amount of acidity, dancing together with a fresh, elegant finish.  I mentioned above that sub $20 red Burgundy was nearly impossible to find.  I don't think I've ever enjoyed a sub $20 red Burgundy as much as I enjoy this one!  The bottle's been open for 3 hours now, and the wine is singing!  - Peter Zavialoff

       

 

Bouzereau’s 2011 Bourgogne Blanc is a sensational deal. How often can you drink white Burgundy priced at $24.95 per bottle and get this level of complexity? Sadly, not too often these days. That said, it is our unending quest to keep searching the Côte D’Or for hidden gems to import at affordable prices. Though Bouzereau no longer can be considered a “hidden gem”, as the domaine is becoming well recognized for making exceptional Meursaults, Puligny-Montrachets and Volnays,it is their Bourgogne Blanc that gives us mere mortals with aspirations of drinking more white Burgundy more often the possibility to pull the cork even on casual occasions.

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My neighbor across the street has a son-in-law who is an avid amateur fisherman and, lucky for me, can’t seem to consume all the crab he brings her. So she shares it with my family. Two things I don’t tire of is fresh Dungeness crab and white Burgundy, separately or together. It bears mentioning here, that I have gone on record many times with saying that if I could, I would drink white Burgundy every day. Knowing I had crab marinated in parsley, Meyer lemon and olive oil waiting for me last night, I fretted all during the day deciding what I wanted to drink with it. Often I go with something light and crisp, but this time I wanted richness, something luxurious and layered to accompany the crab. White Burgundy, that’s what I wanted. Not Chablis, not some crisp Macon, something with more heft and flesh. Heading into the gift-buying season, I had to be budget conscious too. Bouzereau Bourgogne Blanc: the clear and obvious answer.

 

 

 
 
Bouzereau’s Bourgogne Blanc comes from 3 parcels, including one from Meursault and one from Puligny-Montrachet. The oldest vines were planted in 1957.Aged in barrel, this is no ordinary Bourgogne Blanc. It is much, much more and quite frankly, easily mistaken for a village or Premier Cru level wine. Yes, it gives you that much to appreciate. The nose is boisterous with notes of anise and hazelnut creme, minty even. The flavors on the palate are textured and lengthy, with beautifully integrated fruit and oak notes. This is darn good Chardonnay!
 
 jeanbaptiste
 
In a review of the 2011 Bourgogne Blanc from Bouzereau,critic Allen Meadows of Burghound ended with “One to buy by the case” – no kidding!

 

 

 
Take his word, take my word, you will want to drink this over and over again and at $24.95 per bottle you can do so without feeling any pangs of guilt.
 

Bertrand Ambroise: 2006 Cotes du Nuits

Monday, November 22, 2010 6:00 PM

Yee Ha! It’s Anniversary time around here, and we are so happy to be able to help y’all find some incredible deals on some outstanding wines! Where to start? Where to finish? Well, what do you like? We’ll listen, we’ll help; that’s what we’re here for. 33 years is a long time for a small, independent business like ours to be around, and we are proud and happy to punch the “33” on our time-cards! With so many choices, I’m not going to overthink the subject of tonight’s email. I’ll just tell you what went down last Saturday. 

With the sale in full gear, we knew going in to the day, that Anya had to be protected while she composed last weekend’s email. Tom and I were moderately successful achieving this goal. Well, the proof’s in the pudding (or email). Anyhoo, at the end of a pretty hectic day, I got a very welcome phone call. See, I had no plans (pretty lame, right? Saturday night?). I hadn’t quite figured out what I was going to do, when my buddy called. He had a few mixed cases of sale wines waiting for him here, so as I was to deliver them, he and his girlfriend invited me over for dinner. This is always a treat for me. He’s a great friend and great chef, and she is a treasure! Out came risotto, grilled asparagus, grilled portabellas, and 3 juicy New York steaks!!! There was California Pinot Noir to start and Red Bordeaux to go with the steaks. Great conversation flowed seamlessly and that made me eat more slowly than I normally do. (And I eat slow. Really slow.) Then there was a galette with some kind of dark berry filling … wow! What a fortuitous turn of events!

As if things weren’t going great already, the idea arose to head down to the music room and plug in the guitars. Talk about singing for your supper! With the wine all gone, the question arose, “What wine to drink now?” My buddy, like everyone, loves a good bargain. He’s pretty much given me an open order to scoop up anything I think represents a great deal on something that I think he would like. He likes all kinds of different wines, but really likes rustic, farmer made Burgundy. So when the price on the 2006 Bertrand Ambroise Cotes de Nuits Villages dropped below $20 for the sale, we issued him a case. Pulling one out of the box, I grabbed the corkscrew, and we headed on down. Great jams, great songs, everybody singing and having fun.

“Hey Pete, what did this wine cost?”

“Eighteen bucks.”

“I hope I got a case.”

“Come on, it’s me!”

Tasting note below.Peter Zavialoff

Please feel free to email me if you like wine: peter.winehouse@sbcglobal.net

Tasting Note

At every price point, there is always something wonderful about pouring a bottle of Red Burgundy. Its color is deep garnet; its aromas start with earthy tones which resolve in an herbal wrapped red berry. On the palate there is proper structure, medium body, more earthy tones that finish with the herbal berries. It leans toward the rustic side, but has ample fruit which makes it drinkable on its own. Put it on your Thanksgiving table, and watch it disappear!

PS: From all of us here at TWH, to all of you, HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

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