Double 93 Point Old-Vine Pinot from $35.98

Patricia Green Pinot Noir Estate Old Vine is one of Oregon’s best values in “high-end” red. This is one of the most consistently highly rated bottlings in Oregon hits new heights in 2015 with 93 point ratings from both Vinous and Wine Spectator.  It’s from 25-31 year-old Pommard clone vines planted on the marine sediments of the winery’s home vineyard in Ribbon Ridge, arguably the finest of the Willamette Valley’s many fine Pinot Noir AVAs. One taste of the 2015 edition, I don’t know how you’d argue about the value – especially this week when we’re offering it from $35.98. Open to taste through Friday!


A 95 Point Grilling Malbec from $14.98

Remember the Mendoza Vineyards Malbec Gran Reserva 2011?  It was the rich, deep, Malbec we featured in 2016 that was supposed to sell for $60 but we brought you from just $15.98.  If you liked that, then you do not want to miss the 2013 edition.  As the 95 point, Gold Medal, performance in Decanter’s World Wine Awards shows, there’s still loads of high-end, luxury, quality here from $14.98!

A Duo of Chassagne-Montrachet in Red, White

Do you love great red and white Burgundy that’s loaded with rich fruit, possesses excellent purity and minerality, tastes like exactly where it’s from, AND is substantially under-priced vs wines of similar quality?  If you do, then buy these two brilliant 1er Cru Chassagne-Montrachet wines from the certified organic estate of Domaine Chapelle.  But do it quickly, because there is painfully little to go around.

Sizzling Good Organic Provençal Rosé


The weather may not be sizzling yet, but this zesty rose from organic grapes in the heart of Provence certainly iis.  Delicous, authentic, organic value from $17.98