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Equavinity Pinot Noir 2014

Absolutely warming and inviting wine that brought all around joy. From the site of the label, to the story behind the wine, and of course the taste itself, this wine is always welcome at my table. $48

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Dark Horse Sauvignon Blanc

Loads of acidic and tart flavors that finish dry yet fruity, making this my number one pick for this summer!

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Bruce Patch Take Five Red Blend 2012

Take Five wine. The Take Five opens up beautifully and decanting brings another dimension to the wine tasting experience.

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Bogle Phantom

A blind palate never lies. The fact that this wine was under seventeen bucks is mind blowing. Cheers!

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Meiomi Pinot Noir 2014

The name Meiomi, which means “coast” in the language of the coastal-dwelling Wappo and Yuki tribes, pays tributes to its origins.

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Oberon Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2013

The fruit is what captivates me the most in this wine. It is fresh, luscious and bold. At first whiff of the Oberon and you know you are in for something special. Fantastic value and a wine I will revisit again. Cheers ! $22

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Baileyana Firepeak Pinot Noir 2014

On the palate the Firepeak Pinot Noir has a medium plus body mouthfeel with fresh cherry and vanilla leading the way. This wine screams California Pinot Noir and delivers the quality you would expect form Americas number one wine region.

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Chiare Blanc de Blanc

Fantastic balance of fruit and acidity. I never would have guessed that this wine was so inexpensive.

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Freak Show Red Blend 2014

This is a Freak on a leash ! $17-$20

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