Red 1 – 2018 Homefire Old Vine Zinfandel, Hales Vineyard, Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma
100% Zinfandel

Homefire is a Healdsburg company making wines naturally and sustainably. The Hales Vineyard was planted 70-years ago along Dry Creek Road in 1952, where it continues to produce remarkable fruit. This wine was barrel aged for 21 months in a combination of 75% French and 25% American oak which resulted in a rounded, complex and smooth wine.

Dense, deep and rich with ripe, slightly jammy and dried cherry, raspberry, licorice and pepper with subtle notes of cocoa and a hint of root beer.

Food pairings: Barbecue meats that are charred, sweet or spicy like baby back ribs, brisket, spicy sausages and sweet or spicy marinades.


Red 2 – 2018 Wills Domain 'Mystic Spring' Cabernet Sauvignon, Margaret River, Australia
100% Cabernet Sauvignon

Mystic Spring wines focus its style on approachability, definition and purity of fruit, restrained use of any oak while maintaining the precise and delicate winemaking style of Wills Domain with a broader consciousness to appeal to the many.

Perfumed aromas of blackcurrant, blackberry and marzipan with subtle mint. Great lift and concentration. The palate is lively and fresh with juicy blackberries, a generous mid palate and sweet vanilla oak tannins.

Food pairings: Barbecue or braised red meats



White 1 – 2020 Domaine de L'Orviel Viognier, Pays des Cévennes, France
100% Viognier

At the foot of the Cévennes massif, in a hilly landscape of pines, oaks and cypresses, lies the Domaine de l'Orviel. The name of Orviel, "old gold" in the Langue d'Oc, perfectly symbolizes the golden color of the white grapes harvested on half of the estate.

Winning a Gold Medal at the General Agricultural Competition in Paris, this wine has beautiful aromas of dried apricot, hazelnut, clementines and fresh vanilla with a full bodied palate.

Food Pairing: Appetizers, salty fishes and stews, salads and risotto with a savory and sweet preparation.


White 2 – 2020 Domaine de Mourchon 'La Source' Cotes du Rhone Blanc, France
35% Grenache Blanc, 25% Roussanne, 15% Marsanne, 15% Viognier, 10% Clairette and Bourboulenc

A hidden gem high in the hills behind the village of Séguret, Walter McKinlay has furnished his winery with the most up-to-de equipment and carefully selects these famous white Rhone Valley varietals for his blend.

The delicate nose showing subtle floral aromas and hints of peaches, apricots and a green apple like complexity, with spiciness and style. A full-bodied wine with hints of honey and citrus on the finish.

Food Pairing: Perfect as an aperitif or with a wide range of lighter dishes, mixed salads and cheeses



Red 1 – 2019 Ventisquero 'Vertice', Apalta Vineyard, Colchagua Valley, Chile
51% Carmenere, 49% Syrah

Vertice is the joint creation of Ventisquero's Chilean winemaker Felipe Tosso and Australian winemaker John Duval. They have created this wine to represent the best of the hand harvested grapes of the hillsides of Apalta. It is a limited edition with the best expressions of the Carmenere and Syrah..

"Offers glossy dark fruits, smoky hints, and classic Apalta eucalyptus notes. The palate is crunchy and fresh with lively acidity and fine tannins. Young, but so poised and age-worthy. A seriously impressive style that will improve." – Decanter (96 Points)

Food pairing: Carne Asada, Chicken Mole, Cuban style roast pork, soft & salty cheeses like Feta, olives, stuffed peppers and spicy bean dishes



Red 2 – 2018 Lasorda Family Wines 'Number 2', Super Tuscan Blend, Paso Robles
50% Sangiovese, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Merlot

This Special Edition is a tribute to Tommy, a leader, a family man and a true icon of baseball. Tommy’s motivation behind introducing his own signature wine label was the desire to create something special that not only tied together his greatest passions in life, but also that could be shared with family and friends over good food and great conversation. Given a simple, yet fitting name, Lasorda Family Wines was born.

The Sangiovese base combines with the intensity of the Cabernet Sauvignon and bright acidity to create a dynamic blend that Tommy Lasorda would be proud of. Spicy ginger, fresh herbs, sandalwood, and a hint of black currant stand out on the nose. This complexity transfers to the palate with cranberry, strawberry, dark chocolate, and cedar.

Food pairing: Italian fare with the Dodgers game on!


White – 2017 Bodegas Shaya 'Habis' Old Vine Verdejo, Rueda, Spain
Organically Grown

100% Verdejo

Sourced from the oldest Verdejo estate vineyards, some over 95 years old, planted at 2,300 feet in sandy pebbled soils which lend a marked minerality and highly aromatic quality to the wine. Extremely low yields on these vines lead to Verdejo with superior aromatic and flavor concentration. The vines are dry farmed, without the use of pesticides or herbicides, and are hand-harvested. This wine is fermented and aged in large neutral French oak barrels for 7 months.

Golden color with bold aromas of ripe pears, peaches and notes of lemon peel. Pronounced minerality from the old vines and toasted notes from the oak aging make this Verdejo truly spectacular.

Food pairing: Shellfish, fresh cheeses, vegetables, cream or coconut-based sauces




Pinot 1 – 2017 Ventisquero 'Grey' Single Block Pinot Noir, Las Terrazas Vineyard, Leyda Valley, Chile
100% Pinot Noir

The 2017 season was fairly warm and the grapes were harvested early. Burgundian winemaking techniques such as open top fermentation and manual pump-overs were utilized. The wine was then aged in 100% French oak barrels for 12 months.

The nose initially reveals aromas of cranberries, black plums and raspberries. The light, dusty earth-driven palate has balanced acidity with smooth, well-rounded tannins sustained by the notes of soft French oak.

Food pairing: Oily fish such as salmon, sardines and trout, pasta, creamy soups and mild, nutty semi-hard cheeses


Pinot 1 – 2018 Bouchaine Estate Pinot Noir, Carneros, Napa Valley
100% Pinot Noir

Bouchaine’s 100-acre estate vineyard lies on the southern border of Napa Valley’s Carneros district, overlooking the San Francisco bay with the financial district in the distance. Fog, wind, and the cold night time temperatures of this unique geographical area lend a distinctive regional identity to these wines.

A tangy fresh cherry nose opens to cocoa, cola, and notes of nutmeg. The juicy lip smacking entry shows lovely cherry and wild strawberry flavors with gorgeous rose petal and baking spices in the background. Smooth tannin and vibrant acidity make this a perfect wine for food pairings.

Food pairing: Triple cream cheeses like Mt. Tam, Italian salamis, fig & prosciutto pizza



Red 1 – 2018 Chacewater Cabernet Sauvignon, Sierra Foothills
Organically Grown

100% Cabernet Sauvignon

Family owned and operated, the name Chacewater honors owners Paul and Kelley Manuel’s roots in Cornwall, England. The Vineyard was born after a devastating fire cleared the family’s land, inspiring a shift from construction to viticulture. From their first release in 2011, to being named “Golden State Winery of the Year” in 2012, Chacewater has quickly developed a following for their small lot, organic and conventional wines.

Deep concentrated aromas of cassis, raisins, stewed, fruit and leather. Brawny and rustic yet with a smooth mouth feel, there are notes of dark berries, olives and tea on the mid palate, leading to firm but subtle tannins and long earthy finish.

Food pairings: Grilled meats and hearty dishes

Red 2 – 2019 Bodegas Casa Monte Pio 'Mala Besta' Caiño Tinto, Rias Baixas, Spain
100% Caino

Caíño Tinto is a dark-skinned grape variety used to make fragrant red wines in the west of the Iberian Peninsula and is also grown in Portugal's Vinho Verde wine region where it is known as Borraçal. It is used predominantly in red wine blends that range from delicate and perfumed to medium bodied and very sour. This special wine is from grapes grown on a single plot, fermented with stems included and aged 12 months in French oak.

Aromas of red fruit and flowers with a slight spice and mineral background. Fresh and lively with similar flavors to the aromas.

Food pairings: Aged sheep cheeses, pork, roasted chicken and dishes with lemon, cilantro and cumin


White – 2019 Cantina de Pra 'Sui Lieviti' Prosecco, Treviso, Italy

100% Glera

Made in the ancestral method with second fermentation in the bottle, this wine is unfiltered. If you enjoy a cloudy wine, slowly turn the bottle upside down for 30 seconds before opening the crown cap.

Fine and persistent bubbles with a creamy foam. Fruity and intense on the nose with notes of bread crust and yeast. The taste is dry and decisive with a mineral finish.



Bubbles 1 – 2019 Cantina de Pra 'Sui Lieviti' Prosecco, Treviso, Italy

100% Glera

Made in the ancestral method with second fermentation in the bottle, this wine is unfiltered. If you enjoy a cloudy wine, slowly turn the bottle upside down for 30 seconds before opening the crown cap.

Fine and persistent bubbles with a creamy foam. Fruity and intense on the nose with notes of bread crust and yeast. The taste is dry and decisive with a mineral finish.


Bubbles 2 – J Vineyards Brut Rosé, Russian River, Sonoma County
61% Pinot Noir, 35% Chardonnay, 4% Pinot Meunier

This J Brut Rosé sparkles with a luminous cool pink hue and exudes delicate aromas of strawberry, nectarine and juicy red apples. On the palate, the wine opens with flavors of cherry, blood orange, citrus peel and the tropical star fruit that are underlined by a bright acidity that keeps the overall impression delightfully fresh with a lively, lingering finish. The wine engages the entire palate with balance wrapped in a refined body of elegance and effervescence.


Bubbles 3 – Siete Fincas Brut Rosé, Mendoza, Argentina

Made with carefully selected grapes from vineyards at the foothills of the Andes Mountains, this aromatic rosé expresses notes of cherry and strawberry. It is the perfect pairing for any occasion, and especially cheese, salad and fish dishes.




Red 1 – 2019 Davis Family Vineyards Pinot Noir, Russian River Valley
Organically Grown

Guy & Judy Davis began by planting their first vineyard on 1995 after years of working in restaurants and wineries. They live on their vineyard and share their passion with their sons Cole, now the Cellarmaster, and Cooper. who was just four years old when this journey began.

The Davis Family Pinot Noir is crafted from all of the single vineyards each vintage. Only the bits and pieces left over from the Davis single vineyard Pinots are used and no lesser quality fruit! This is super cool because there is one vineyard from each neighborhood in Russian River Valley, which brings layers of complexity that keeps the flavors balanced but diverse. In some cases, the Russian River Valley can create a blend that rivals the single vineyards.

Rich, balanced, and elegant, with beautiful red and dark fruit flavor, this blend is a perfect embodiment of all that the Russian River Valley has to offer in one deeply layered, complex wine.

Food pairing: Cedar plank salmon, pork dishes, duck in a cherry glaze


Red 2 – 2019 Kukeri Wines 'Cuvée Ivonne' Pinot Noir, Russian River Valley, Sonoma
100% Pinot Noir

The fruit for the 2019 Russian River Pinot Noir is sourced from two different vineyards, one is located on the western edge of Green Valley also known as one of the coolest and foggiest region, and the other is a hillside vineyard, west of Windsor in the upper part of the Russian River Valley. The wine is produced from tree different clones, the clone 667, which bring vivid fruit, 777 which add some chewy tannins and 115 which bring some brightness, cherry, and floral aromatics. The result is intense and rich Pinot Noir with good tannin structure suitable for aging.

Silky in texture and complex in flavor, with black cherries, rose petal and wild raspberry fusing perfectly with an exotic undertone of licorice and light vanilla oak. In the glass, bright red hues, darker to the edge, medium weight on the palate balanced with bright mouth-watering acidity. Long and luscious finish.

Food pairing: Proscuitto, ham and bacon dishes. A treat with grilled bacon wrapped scallops


White – 2019 Davis Family Vineyards Chardonnay, Russian River Valley
Organically Grown

The 2019 Chardonnay is a blend of 70% oak fermented and 30% stainless steel. Beautifully balanced vanilla and creamy texture with a little splash of green apple acidity at the end. The best from both Californian and French styles of Chardonnay. The Davis' joke that it's the Chardonnay to change your mind for that reason; it's got something for every palate.

Food pairing: Pair with everything from a cheese plate to hollandaise.