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Beautiful 2016 Pinot Noirs from Patricia Green Cellars

If you’ve joined us in coming to adore the ripe, pure, and gloriously delicious Willamette Valley Pinot Noirs of Patricia Green Wine Cellars, then you are going to want a big slug of both of these.  The Vinous 91 point Pinot Noir Reserve 2016 is just a joy.  Energetic, friendly, layered and sneakily complex, it’s simply a fantastic “buy” from $24.98. And the 2016 Freedom Hill Pinot Noir is a “do not miss” as well.  Blending blocks of Pommard, Dijon 115, and Coury clones from one of the most important Pinot vineyards in the USA, this delivers fantastic richness, dark and spicy fruit, crushed violet perfume, and a muscular, long, finish.  From $34.98, it’s fun to drink with food tonight and will still be singing a decade from now.  Mix/match for best savings!


Washington Post *** 1999 Nebbiolo Beauty

As Dave McIntyre says in the Post, ""When we have a chance to taste a properly aged wine that has been kept in the winery cellar for nearly two decades before release, we should celebrate."  A Three-Star/Exceptional seclection with pretty fruit and mellowed tannins at just $26.99.

What If Dave Phinney Made Prisoner in Napa?

With cash in the bank from selling The Prisoner and Orin Swift to the big boys, Dave Phinney has moved to Napa in a big way.  Imagine The Prisoner, but made from prime, old-vine, Napa Zin instead of bargain Central Coast fruit.  Yup – it’s better and worth trying now at the lowest price in the USA!

One Taste and You'll Say "AiAiAi" Too!


The newest release of Silvia Puig’s “bargain” Priorat – the 2016 AiAiAi – is here, and it’s a beauty!  Loaded with dark black fruit, licorice, chocolate and slate, you’ll love it tonight and for a decade from just $31.98/ea.