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Classic flavors of dark plums, white pepper and wild herbs combined with food-welcoming acidity makes this a perfect for hearty pastas with fresh ricotta and pizza topped with gamey meats. A well balanced wine with a dust-laden finish that commands the palate, making this ideal for fans of Italian country wine.

$30.00 per Bottle
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This is a complex and multi-layered wine with hidden depths that unfold every minute you taste it. Savory and with masses of fruit, serious structure and a lingering finish. Smooth and well balanced with flavors of black cherries and a rich texture. This was our first vintage of Aglianico and it received a silver medal in the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition January 2017.

$35.00 per Bottle

Notes of raspberries, violet and blackcurrants. It is very fruit forward with soft tannins. This wine will age gracefully for at least five years or more but it is delicious now. Pair it with red meats, lamb and firm-textured's cow milk cheeses.

$45.00 per Bottle

A classic Cabernet Sauvignon aromas of blackberry and blueberry with hints of baking spices followed by layers of dark berries and cocoa powder on the palate. Full-bodied and dense with beautifully integrated oak and sweet tannins throughout the lingering finish.

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$50.00 per Bottle

Aromas of blackberry and blueberry with hints of baking spices and tobacco followed by layers of dark berries. Full-bodied and dense with beautifully integrated oak and sweet tannins throughout the lingering finish.

$40.00 per Bottle

This wine is very fruit forward and it has aromas of blackberry, plum, spice, and vanilla that combine to create a beautiful bouquet. The full-bodied wine tastes rich, smooth and delicious with the blackberry and plum notes. It ends dry and long with lingering touches of dark chocolate

$40.00 per Bottle

Medium bodied but complex with very fine yet firm tannins, savoury notes and a little mineral streak which flows through the long and spicy finish. This wine offers up some profound complexity. Bursting with primary fruit, five spice, mace, tar and leather, it’s an intriguing wine to be enjoyed with rich gamey meat dishes. Pair it with venison, elk, hearty stews, bison or wild pig.

$40.00 per Bottle

This wine has an intense ruby red color. The nose is ethereal, well defined, ample, and persistent with elegant fruity notes. On the palate, the wine is round, sapid, supple, and velvety.

$30.00 per Bottle

A blend of Montepulciano, Aglianico and Sangiovese. Soft, medium body with notes of cherry, good acidity and soft tannins

$30.00 per Bottle

Out of the Ordinary: An evening of tapas with our winemaker. August 17th at 6 pm. Get ready for a fun evening of delicious sights, smells, and tastes as you watch our resident winemaker and chef prepare dishes from his childhood using recipes handed down through generations. Total number of guests is limited to 24 for this event. This Event is limited to Club Members Only. Please note that all dishes will be served as tapas (small appetizers).

Tapas by Emilio

  • My Father’s Paella. We will serve a tapa of paella using the freshest ingredients the way E Ramos Sr used to make it. Spicy, lots of saffron and his favorite critters on it.
  • My Grandfather’s Pulpo (Octopus). Octopus is a staple during the summer months in all the small towns along the coast of Galicia (land of the Celts) where I grew up. The octopus is cooked until tender then served with potatoes, paprika, salt and olive oil along crusty bread.
  • My Cousin David’s Mushrooms with garlic and paprika. My cousin David was an executive chef at the Ritz-Carlton in the Canary Islands before he gave it up to be a nomad. When home, he would forage the forests behind our house and come up with amazing mushrooms that he would cook quickly and could be served as a salad or as a topping over bread slices. Garlic mushrooms with spicy paprika, lemon, and olive oil make a great toping for a Montadito.
  • Montadito de Higos and Manchego from my Grandmother. A simple tapa of fig spread and Manchego Cheese on crusty bread which I used to get after coming home from school. Grandma always had it ready along with a small bowl of wine, sugar and an egg yolk all scrambled in the bowl Yum! Yes, she did and it was not child abuse. It is a very traditional "merienda" or snack from the old folks and the times. You only get the montadito (sorry).
  • Mom’s Chorizos al Vino with beans. Chorizos (the Spanish version not Mexican) cooked in white wine, garlic and served with beans were staples in the house most Sunday's for lunch and my mom made them to perfection. It is comfort food at its best for an old celtic boy like me!
  • Uncle Lino's Aguardiente (Fire Water). My uncle Lino makes a version of Grappa that is a killer drink. We used to kill things with it but it is the perfect ending to a night of tapas. It is an all cure for every type of ailment that you may have. Legs start to work (or not), shoulders and backs no longer ache after drinking this and the dead rise from their graves too. When Maria was in Galicia this past spring, she brought back uncle Lino's home made grappa and I am going to share it with you. Salud!

Suggested wines: Tempranillo, Montepulciano, Aglianico or Sangiovese

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A well structured wine with aromas of black currants, raspberries, cassis, fragrant boysenberries and crushed lavender on the nose. Notes of cracked white and black pepper meet with toasted sesame seeds, tart boysenberries and lavender. The palate is very well integrated and delicious, with blackberry jam, vanilla and strong espresso flavors, framed by sticky, prominent tannins.

$45.00 per Bottle

The wine is highlighted by blackberry, dried blueberry and violet aromatics followed by opulent layers of black currant jam, roasted coffee, tobacco, dried fig and vanilla bean. Perfect wine for a new thick steak.

$60.00 per Bottle