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  1. 2014 Chenin Blanc, Bogle Vineyards

    Clarksburg has long been known as a remarkable place to grow Chenin Blanc. Crisp and refreshing, this wine begins with a surprising touch of fresh anise on the nose. Richer flavours of stone fruits like peaches and apricots balance the mouthfeel, while the soft and supple texture integrates the palate all the way through the honeyed finish.

  2. 2013 Karia Chardonnay, Stag's Leap Wine Cellars

    Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars is famous as the winery that beat Bordeaux’s best in 1976’s Judgement of Paris, a moment which transformed the image of Californian wine around the world. Fast forward nearly 40 years, and the winery is still producing finely honed Chardonnay like Karia, a wine which opens with aromas of peach, yellow apple, spice and a pleasing sweet cream vanilla note. The palate is alive with citrus and light honey notes that lead to a lingering, fresh, minerally finish.

  3. 2012 Estate Selection Pinot Noir, Erath

    ERATH is the original winery of the Dundee Hills of Oregon – a place where EARTH and HEART intersect. Their Pinot Noir is an expression of this land, made with passion and artistry; a delicate yet fruity wine, full of minerality from the iron-rich soils. The wine is dark and dense, with incredibly complex aromas of bitter Italian herbs, cured meats, brambles, tangerine peel and a whiff of violets. The palate introduces further layers of flavour with loganberry, pomegranate, dark cherry and sandalwood.

  4. 2013 White Zinfandel, Devil's Ridge

    Delightful aromas of strawberries and cream with a luscious sweetness and fruit filled bouquet.

  5. 2012 H3 Cabernet Sauvignon Horse Heaven Hills, Columbia Crest

    The vineyards in Horse Heaven Hills are the source and inspiration behind the H3 wines. The hills have been home to the Columbia Crest winery for three decades, and it is this heritage that has helped them to create wines that capture the unique terroir of the region. This bold Cabernet Sauvignon opens with flavours of black cherries and blackberries, and a touch of currant and vanilla is further complemented by subtle earthy, mineral notes. On the palate the deep, rich berry flavours lead to a soft tannin cocoa finish.

  6. 2012 Eroica Riesling, Ste Michelle

    Eroica is a labour of love for two of the world’s great Riesling producers – Germany’s Dr Loosen and Washington State’s Chateau Ste. Michelle. Named after Beethoven’s Third Symphony, Eroica reflects not only its variety and site, but also its heritage: bold and forward from its Washington roots, elegant and refined from German inspiration. This Riesling offers sweet lime and tangerine aromas with subtle mineral notes, and a mouth-watering acidity that is beautifully balanced by the generously fruity Washington grapes.

  7. 2013 Viognier, Bogle Vineyards
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    2013 Viognier, Bogle Vineyards

    (12x75cl)

    Appetizing display of luscious aromas with fresh apricot and pear fruit tang on the palate. A third of this wine spent 10 months in brand new American oak, barrel fermented and left on its lees. The rest of the blend was fermented in stainless steel tanks

  8. 2013 Chardonnay, Bogle Vineyards
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    2013 Chardonnay, Bogle Vineyards

    (12x75cl)

    Classic Clarksburg personality shines through in the green apple and pear notes, while a bit more tropical pineapple breezes by. The rich mouthfeel created by aging on the lees abounds mid-palate, while the finish is wrapped in creamy textures and tones from the malolactic fermentation. Spicy American oak notes of butterscotch and vanilla are the perfect balance to the freshness and acidity of this multifaceted wine.

  9. 2012 Columbia Valley Syrah, Chateau Ste Michelle

    Produced by Chateau Ste. Michelle, the founding winery of Washington State, this Columbia Valley Syrah has an inviting velvety texture, brimming with red and dark berry flavours. The fruit is harvested from the Wahluke Slope vineyards, a site with ideal growing conditions for traditional Rhône varieties. The wine is given 18 months in oak barrels to give a smooth richness to this approachable, fruit-forward style.

  10. 2012 Artemis Cabernet Sauvignon, Stag's Leap Wine Cellars

    Artemis is a voluptuous Cabernet Sauvignon blend made by world famous Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars and named after a Greek goddess associated with the protection of wild animals, especially the sacred Stag. The wine itself offers inviting aromas of black cherry and plum with hints of vanilla, followed by a smooth, creamy palate of satin tannins and flavours of ripe mixed berries and blackcurrant. A touch of Merlot and a splash of Malbec add a deep complexity, as does 18 months resting in oak barrels.

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