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Wine Specials

Kokomo Winery Sauvignon Blanc 2019

Sonoma County, California

This Week Only – $19.99
Regular Price – $21.99

Mix and match 6 bottles for 5% off.
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Kokomo Winery is perched on the east side of Dry Creek Valley amidst the 120 acres of prime benchland vineyards of Timber Crest Farms. Owner and Winemaker Erik Miller started the winery in 2004 naming it after his hometown of Kokomo, IN, and decided on a Coastal Cypress Tree as a logo to signify his move out west. Erik had always dreamed of moving west. After graduating from Purdue University in 1999, he set his sights on Sonoma County in order to pursue his dreams. “I traded in the soybeans and cornfields for the brighter skies, rolling hills and vineyards”, Erik said. “With my Midwestern values, I approached the new territory with a promise to always treat the farmers and business the same – with respect.” Kokomo Winery has been making its mark in Sonoma County, unfailingly earning 90+ ratings, Best of Class, and Gold Medals across all their varietals since the beginning.

Picking Sauvignon Blanc grapes at Kokomo at different ripeness levels gives this wine versatility and complexity. With natural acidity and citrus elements bestowed by the earlier pick, and juicy, tropical flavors as a result of the later pick, this Sauvignon Blanc is a layered and complex wine with notes of lime and fresh cut nectarine.



Three Wine Company Zinfandel Old Vines 2015

Sonoma County, California

This Week Only – $19.99

Regular Price – $22.99

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Three Wine Company is much more than a business. It is a family winery focused on sustainable growing, coupled with a hands-on wine experience. Winemaker Matt Cline’s philosophy is that: the dirt, the micro-climate, and sustainable wine growing (from vineyard to bottle) form the cornerstone of good winemaking and is in every bottle Three produces. Cline, a 30+ year veteran to the business is still personally sampling each of the vineyards used in our wines, even though he could leave it to an intern or assistant to do. Additionally, Three has a passion for preserving and educating on the historic varietals to California, such as Zinfandel, Mataro, and Carignane. In 2014, Cline and an alliance with the City of Oakley and a large group of environmental and historical enthusiasts stood up to the State of California and saved a historic and high-quality vineyard. This vineyard is a wonderful example of sustainable agriculture as well as a relic of growers and winemakers from previous generations.

Three Wine Old Vines Zinfandel is sourced from ancient vines in Contra Costa County. This wine is a blend with an average age of vines well-over 100 years of which all are still being dry-farmed, there is a concentration of ripe blackberries and spice with a minerality (dusty-berry) sneaking through. The Petite Sirah adds to this a firm tannin backbone along with boysenberries and pepper while the Carignane adds a pronounced fleshy mouth feel along with dark cherries and coffee notes. The Mataro comes from vines that are now over 120 years old and add spice elements, violets, and complex phenolic structures that enhance the overall mouth feel and age ability of this wine.

Enjoy this wine now or cellar in a cool location for 5-7 years.