William Hill “Reserve” – This famous Napa wine shows rich, toasty fruit and a very dry finish.
Far Niente Winery, Napa – Full-bodied wine of power and subtle oak overtones, complex and very dry. Our finest Chardonnay.
J. Lohr “Riverstone,” Central Coast – Lush, ripe fruit with toasted oak, a delicious wine.
Cakebread, Napa – Scents of guava, spicy oak tones, and good acidity.
Nickel & Nickel “Searby,” Central Coast – From 5 acres of volcanic ash and rock vineyard, a subtle yet rich wine with pear and apple flavors. 94 points from R. Whitley.
Meursault, Clos Marguerite “La Barre Dessus,” Domaine Caillot – Great mineral and fruit complexity, very dry with a long, lingering finish. 92 point, highly recommended by Wine Spectator.
Pouilly Fuisse, Louis Latour – The jewel of the Macon, a wine of style and charm.
Pinot Grigio, Campagnola – Clean, crisp, outstanding value.
Pinot Grigio, Santa Margarita – A classic.
Barolo, Pio Cesare – Scent of roses and violets, well balanced and easy to drink.
Gattinara, Torraccia Del Piantavigna – Elegant, tart berry, brown spices, and a long finish.
Amarone Della Valpolicella, Campagnola – Rich ruby color, a ripe nose of dried plums.
Campaccio, Terrabianca – “Always outstanding”- Wine Spectator. The benchmark of Super Tuscans, classic.
Lucilla – Lush, complex red.
Mongrana, Querciabella – Medium to full-bodied, hints of plum and berries, dry complex finish.
Chianti Classico Riserva, Gabbiano – Flavors of spicy black pepper and hints of cherry jam.
Chianti Classico, Felsina “Beradenca” – Mature fruit, well balanced and elegant.
Chianti Classico Riserva, Nozzole – Elegant, robust wine. Floral nose with some spiciness.
Chianti Classico Riserva, Ducale Gold, Ruffino – One of the top Riservas produced year in and year out, famous.
Brunello di Montalcino, La Gerla – The Queen of Italian red wines.
Chianti Classico Riserva, Castello d’Albola – Lush, rich bouquet and flavors, a stunning Riserva.
Raymond “Reserve,” Napa Valley – Double gold medal, lush fruit, toasted oak, long dry finish.
Cinnabar, Paso Robles – 93 points from Wine News, lush and complex with little spice.
Ferrari Carano, Sonoma – A beautiful winery known for its whites and this silky Merlot.
Logan “Sleepy Hollow,” Robert Talbott, Carmel – The top end of Talbott’s Pinot Noirs. Great complexity, a touch of oak and earth, highly regarded.
Fess Parker, Santa Barbara – Great region for Pinots, this shows fresh cherry fruit, supple yet with enough acidity for a solid structure.
MacMurray Ranch, Sonoma – From Fred Mac Murray’s (My Three Sons) old ranch. Lush, forward fruit.
Landmark, “Grand Detour,” Kenwood – Fruit forward with slight spice. A Robert Parker favorite.
Sea Smoke, “Southing,” Santa Rita Hills – An allocated wine with a full nose and smooth finish.
Sea Smoke, “Ten,” Santa Rita Hills – A highly respected Pino Nior known for its richness and well balanced flavor.
Raymond, Napa Reserve – Ripe and opulent with remarkable power, Cassis, chocolate and herb flavors coupled with an exceptionally long finish.
Heitz Cellars – Considered one of Napa Valley’s finest Cabernets. Pure varietal flavors and great finesse in the finish.
Heitz “Bella Oaks” – This famous vineyard shows mint and cedar notes, very limited.
Groth Vineyards – This top boutique winery has one of the more concentrated and intense wines.
Nickel & Nickel “Branding Iron Vineyard” – This vineyard is owned by the winemaker of Far Niente. Very limited with velvety flavor. 94 points.
Woodward - Graff “A Frame,” Chalone – This 92 point wine from Wine News shows a good balance between oak and fruit.
J. Lohr “Seven Oaks,” Sonoma – Rich, ripe fruit, 1st place-California Grapevine. Beat out wines coasting up to 3 times.
Jordan, Sonoma – Well known, soft yet complex, French oak barrels for aging.
Dunham Cellars, “Vil,” Washington – Legendary reds from this winery, big, yet smooth and complex.
Thorton, Brut, Temecula
Scharffenberger, Brut, Mendocino
Roederer “Estate” Brut
La Marca, Prosecco di Conegliano, Italy
Louis Roederer, "Cristal" – The top of the line. The Champagne choice when only the best will do.
Moet & Chandon, “White Star” Extra Dry
Korbel, “Extra Dry”
Roederer Brut Rose – This Brut Rose is a faintly pink with a bright finish. 94 points.
Nickel & Nickel, Carpenter – This “cult wine” sells out very quickly. If we have it, it is a “must try.”
Cakebread– Well known for their wines, complex and dry.
Chataeu LaFite Rothschild 1999
Chateau De Pez 2005 - From St. Estephea, aromas and flavors of berries and flowers.
Nickel & Nickel Zinfandel- 75 year old vines, very small production. Elegant yet rich in flavor. 94 points- "The Zin Group."