May 19 and 20

Beran Zinfandel $16.99 (reg. $24.99)

Beran Sonoma County Zinfandel has aromas of just-baked blueberry pie, raspberry, and dark chocolate with hints of vanillin oak lead to a palate that is rich and yet also elegant.  This wine has beautiful red and black berry fruit flavors, with hints of cloves and pepper with a long finish.

K Vintners "MCK" Syrah $19.99 (reg. $24.99)

With all the depth and richness you've come to expect from this single vineyard bottling - black cherry, earth, roasted meat, even charcoal abounds add dried herb. A thread of minerality and it all comes together in an exact and generous expression that speaks volumes as to why Washington Syrah is great!
"The 2015 Syrah Motor City Kitty Old Field Boushey Vineyard comes all from this site (planted by Brennon and Dick Boushey in 2007) in 2015 and will come from this site going forward. The site is 8 acres consisting of Phelps, 383, 174 clones that are all co-fermented in concrete uprights. It offers crazy notes of smoke tobacco, charcoal, ripe black cherries, currants, and pepper. With medium to full-bodied richness, a lively, pure, pretty style on the palate, and fine tannin, it should put on weight with 2-3 years of bottle age and keep for a decade." --94 Points, Jeb Dunnick


Petite Petit Red Blend $11.99 (reg. $13.99)

Offering a joyous explosion of color and fun, this is a substantial, dense, full-bodied, whopper style of wine loaded with pure black fruit and vanilla flavors that coat the palate. It reveals remarkable richness with a finish that is slightly dry and seems to linger.

JNSQ Rose' $16.99 (reg. $24.99)

JNSQ Rosé Cru is summer in a glass, no matter what the calendar says. Not too sweet, but never bitter, this grenache-forward Rosé is clean and aromatic with a touch of strawberry and hints of Bing cherry. The dynamic flavors are accented with savory herbal and white floral notes that make it crisp and elegant, perfect for sipping by the pool, serving at a barbecue, or toasting over a candlelit dinner.

A to Z Pinot Noir  $9.99 (reg. $15.99)

Clear and vibrant, the A to Z Oregon Pinot Noir opens with rich primary aromas of strawberries, cherries, blueberries, raspberries, even cranberries, developing to violets, red currants, pipe tobacco, iron, and wet stone. The attack is beautifully balanced between richness and brightness with hints of roses, honeysuckle, red and blue fruit flavors. The mid-palate reveals ripe tannins and crisp acidity with a touch of minerality and spice (cinnamon, anise, saffron, sandalwood) lending greater complexity. This wine, succulent and juicy with great concentration, finishes long and rich with classic Oregon freshness

Matua Sauvignon Blanc $9.99 (reg. $12.99)

This classic Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is deliciously pure, bursting with citrus notes with a hint of grapefruit and basil. The palate is fresh and vibrant with concentrated blackcurrant leaf and a hint of nettle and green melon. So refreshing, you'll be left wanting more.
"Lemongrass, key lime and green apple flavors are bright and polished on a light frame, with refreshing acidity that pops on the finish, where verbena and fresh ginger notes linger." --90 Points, Wine Spectator


Clos La Chance Estate Cabernet Sauvignon $13.99 (reg. $16.99)

"Cabernet Sauvignon is the king of red wines and at Clos LaChance there is no exception. Cabernet is the largest volume of acreage for a single varietal on our Estate, and that is made up of over 6 different clones on 4 different root stocks. The Estate Cabernet Sauvignon has always been a top performer for quality and is the flag ship for all tiers and of the Clos LaChance portfolio. We stay true to the style that the terroir on our Estate gives us and create an approachable and elegant style of Cab that is crafted for your everyday indulgence. The wine is ready to drink now and can be laid down for several years as well."

Dark purple in color, this wine offers aromas of anise, black currant, tobacco and black cherry. On the palate, it is dry with medium tannin and low-medium acidity, showing notes of black cherry, cassis, blackberry and a hint of vanilla. A little spice on the finish.

Guenoc Victorian Claret $7.99 (reg. $12.99)

Claret is a traditional English term used to describe the sophisticated red wines from the Bordeaux region of France. Guenoc's Victorian Claret is dark garnet in color, with cherry, raspberry, and chocolate aromas. The wine honors Lillie Langtry, the famed Victorian actress who planted vines in the Guenoc Valley over a century ago.


Laya Red Wine $6.99 (reg. $9.99)

Laya is made up of 70% Garnacha Tintorera and 30% Monastrell aged 4 months in French oak. Garnacha Tintorera is known for its deep color and here it coats the glass and imparts aromas of brooding black fruits, licorice, espresso, and pepper. Dense, savory, rich, round and succulent.