Delicious California Chardonnay

A hint of oak complements the freshness of fruit and the evident notes of green apple, pear and citrus. Our wine is aged for several months to develop a rich, creamy texture that gracefully balances its fruit-forward character.
2014. An initial impression of rich, buttery cream quickly turns to ...

Our Picks for Organic Wines

Made from 100% Biodynamically grown Dolcetto grapes. Pure and expressive on the nose with fragrant black plums and berries, violets and minerals on the nose and savory fruit emerging in the mouth. Medium bodied and delicate, with notes of spice and earthy complexity. Great with hearty meat and ...

Our Featured Oregon Pinot Noir

2012: 93 Points - Josh Raynolds, Vinous Media: "Vivid ruby with a bright rim. The nose displays an array of red fruit and floral scents, with suggestions of allspice, smoky minerals and sassafras adding complexity. On the palate, vibrant raspberry and cherry flavors show an ...

Wonderful California Cabernet

Decoy Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 750ML

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2013. From its first aromatic impressions, this lovely wine delivers classic Cabernet Sauvignon character, with ripe blackberry and boysenberry notes complemented by hints of toasty oak, sweet cocoa and baking spices. On the palate, beautiful structure and supple, mouth-coating tannins ...

Popular Italian Reds

The Masciarelli Montepulciano d'Abruzzo shows a Deep ruby red color. The nose is intense and complex. On the palate, you will find red berries, cherry, red currants, violets, hint of tobacco.
Bright ruby in color, with an attractive nose of red cherry, with subtle violet and tobacco notes. The ...

Great California Pinot Noir

Row Eleven makes three different Pinot Noirs. Our Santa Maria and Russian River wines are a study in the relationship of appellation to clone to soil. Vinas 3 is a blend of Sonoma, Santa Barbara and Monterey vineyards. It is about Pinot Noir itself, and less about any particular region or vineyard.

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