Weekly Wine Specials

Buena Vista Chardonnay North Coast 2016

Sonoma, California 

This Week Only – $17.99
Regular Price – $19.99

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Buena Vista Winery has a rich, delicious heritage as the first premium, and certainly the most colorful, of all the wineries in California. And its founder, the self-proclaimed “Count of Buena Vista,” Agoston Haraszthy, was a vivacious and eccentric pioneer with a veritable love and unending commitment to California wine. Surrounded by his own tales of intrigue and political exile, The Count immigrated from Europe in 1840 in pursuit of opportunity and freedom in the burgeoning American West. Following the forty-niners in search of gold in the hills of Northern California, Haraszthy sought “purple gold” – the perfect ‘terroir’ for exceptional wine. He ultimately settled in Sonoma, birthplace of California and capital of the short-lived California Republic, where he founded Buena Vista Winery in 1857.

The 2016 North Coast Chardonnay opens with lovely aromatic notes of white floral and baked apple. Across the palate, luscious flavors of stone fruit and ripe pear mingle with lemon crème and a kiss of vanilla oak. Richly textured and spreading across the palate, well-balanced acidity leads to a beautiful finish.

Breaking Bread Zinfandel 2018 by Kokomo Winery

Healdsburg, California

This Week Only – $20.99
Regular Price – $22.99

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Inspired by an emerging style of California wines that are lighter in alcohol, crunchy in acidity, and bright in appearance, Kokomo Winery owner and winemaker Erik Miller began his new line of wines called Breaking Bread. Originally introduced to this style of wine by Cru Beaujolais, he decided to craft his own interpretation from two of his favorite varietals, Zinfandel and Grenache. The defining characteristic is whole-cluster fermentation, which lends a crunch, herbaceous character to the wine. 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.

The goal for Breaking Bread Zinfandel is a very hands-off approach to winemaking that highlights the purity of fruit, and deliciousness of a lighter bodied red wine. The result is a fresh, crisp wine, that preferably should be served slightly chilled, which has a backbone of acidity and an unmistakable minerality that leaves your palate wanting more.

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