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Fossil & Fawn"Do Nothing"
Blend from Oregon, United States
The goal with this bottling was to create a fun, fruity, chillable wine. The blend is 27% Pinot Noir, 23% Pinot Gris, 20% Gewürztraminer, 14% Pinot Blanc, 10% Chardonnay and 6% Cabernet Sauvignon, all dry-farmed. Fermented 100% whole-cluster with native yeasts; 83% was fermented carbonically. Aged...
Edmunds St. John"El Jaléo" Shake Ridge Ranch Amador County
Tempranillo from California, United States
Thirty-two percent Mourvèdre, twenty-eight percent Grenache, twenty-six percent Graciano and fourteen percent Tempranillo. Shake Ridge Ranch, in Amador County, was planted and is farmed by Ann Kraemer, a veteran of many years of vineyard management, including numerous Napa Valley sites. The...
Thee And Thou"El Rucio" Syrah/Grenache Santa Ynez
Syrah from California, United States
75% Syrah and 25% Grenache from the biodynamic Demetria Vineyard in Santa Ynez (sub-AVA of Santa Barbara). The vines (planted in 2005) are on steep, north-facing hillsides at elevations ranging from 1100-1450 feet, some of the highest in the region.  The wine was fermented whole-cluster and then...
Clos Saron"Kind of Blue" Sierra Foothills
Syrah from California, United States
Fifty-two percent old-vine Carignan, forty percent Syrah, five percent Cabernet Sauvignon, three percent Semillon. Crushed by foot and fermented whole-cluster.  120 cases produced. 
La Onda"Soledad" Syrah Renaissance Vineyard North Yuba
Syrah from California, United States
100% Syrah from granite soils of Renaissance Vineyard in North Yuba County. Dry-farmed, own-rooted, organic. Whole cluster, foot-stomped One barrel produced, aged 2.5 years.
Thee And Thou"Suenes Conmigo"
Tempranillo from California, United States
45% Tempranillo, 33% Garnacha and 22% Graciano from Clements Hills, Lodi (Liberty Oaks Vyd Tempranillo, Hunters Oak Vyd Garnacha, Terra Alta Vyd Graciano). Located in the southeast of the Lodi AVA, Clements Hills is an area of gently rolling hills and swales halfway between the flat valley floor of...
Day Wines“Tears of Vulcan” Chehalem Mtns AVA
Viognier from Oregon, United States
63% Viognier, 21% Pinot gris, 16% Muscat. 12.5% alcohol, 3.6 pH. Le Beau and Nemarniki Vineyards in Chehalem Mountains AVA. Volcanic soils and some silty Missoula floods deposits.   All of the fruit was destemmed and co-fermented in a 1.5 ton open top fermenter, two punch downs per day. Once the...
Grazin' Spirits“Unburdened” Bourbon Whiskey
Grain from New York State, United States
Distilled using Viking corn and malted barley, both certified-organic. Their “cuts” are extremely tight, which means that only a small percentage of the distillate is actually used for the finished whiskey. The result is a very small yield, but an incredibly smooth spirit right off of the still;...
Michelini i MufattoA Merced, El Canto
Mencia from Bierzo, Spain
100% Mencia sourced from the El Canto vineyard near the town of San Lorenzo. The soils here are slate and quartz with a northern exposure. 100% whole clusters, crushed by foot; fermented with native yeast in clay amphorae and macerated on the skins for five months with no punchdowns or pumpovers,...
Texier, ÉricAdèle Côtes-du-Rhône Blanc
Clairette from Rhône, France
SOLD OUT. 100% Clairette (sometimes contains Marsanne). These Texier vines are planted in the granitic clay-limestone soils of the Saint-Julien-en-Saint-Alban area on the western side of the Rhône River in the Ardèche. The bunches are hand-harvested and direct-pressed in whole clusters and...
La StoppaAgeno IGT Emilia Bianco
Malvasia from Emilia-Romagna, Italy
90% Malvasia/10% Ortrugo & Trebbiano Toscano. The varieties are co-planted and the vines average 30 years of age. The fruit is co-harvested, destemmed and fermented with native yeasts in tank. Maceration with the skins lasts around 4 months (warmer vintages usually entail a shorter time on the...
Thee And ThouAlbariño
Albariño from California, United States
Grape: Albariño (Rias Biaxas clone) Appellation: Sacramento County. Andrus Island Vineyard is located in directly in the middle of the Sacramento River Delta, a few miles north of the small town of Rio Vista. Farming: Peat soils. The vineyard is still young, planted in 2011. Farmed Lodi sustainable...
RansomAlbariño Willamette Valley
Albariño from Oregon, United States
50% Redford-Wetle Vineyard and 50% Ransom Estate Vineyard. Organically farmed, aged in a mix of neutral oak and stainless steel. The fruit was destemmed and left on the skins for one hour before pressing. 
FonterenzaAlberello Rosso di Montalcino
Sangiovese from Tuscany, Italy
100% Sangiovese Grosso. 2015 was the first vintage in which Fonterenza singled out this parcel from its original Rosso di Montalcino bottling. Since having grafted new Sangiovese vines in this particular plot in 2005 and trained them in an alberello style on wires, the Padovani sisters have felt...
Calle, BodegaAlberti Cab Reserva La Mano Derecha
Cabernet Sauvignon from Maipo, Argentina
"Long, rich and ripe suppleness from Cruz de Piedra within the Cabernet Sauvignon fruit. This vineyard combined with fruit from Agrelo really makes this a stand out  farmed organically." -Elixir (https://www....
Vins ContésAlgotest
Aligoté from Loire, France
100% Aligoté. 70-year-old vines on sandy soils, from the only known parcel of Aligoté in the Loire Valley according to Olivier Lemasson.
ViñátigoAncestrale Blanco
Gual from Canary Islands, Spain
100% Gual, which Jesus vinifies as if they were red grapes (in the "ancestral" style). Macerated for three weeks on the skins; the extended maceration time results in a beguilingly aromatic wine. Gual is a light-colored grape, so the wine's color is not deep orange the way other wines made in this...
ViñátigoAncestrale Tinto
Baboso from Canary Islands, Spain
A half-and-half blend of Tintilla and Baboso, fermented whole-cluster (including the stems) in open wooden vats with occasional punch-downs. Black-fruited with incredible density of flavor, minerality and length. Limited.
Ca' di MatAndrinal
Garnacha from Gredos, Spain
Garnacha from Andrinal – a paraje, or lieu-dit – at 850 meters high. The granite here is pink/red, less porous. The wine is also made with a long, soft maceration, on whole-clusters. Aged for one year in concrete and used French oak. There is more depth here, and tension in the palate, and the...
San MartinoArberesko DOCG Aglianico del Vulture
Aglianico from Basilicata, Italy
100% Aglianico (as required by the DOCG). San Martino’s six hectares of vines comprise multiple parcels scattered about at the high altitudes (500-600 meters) and on the varied volcanic soils typical of the Vulture DOCG in northern Basilicata. The Arberesko bottling generally contains the fruit of...
Bera, Vittorio e FigliArcese Bianco
Arneis from Piedmont, Italy
Arneis/Cortese/Sauvignon Blanc/Favorita/Vermentino. The name "Arcese" is a whimsical mash-up of Arneis and Cortese, historically the main base of this field-blend white.  Cortese and Arneis are classic Piemontese varieties, in Gavi and the Roero hills respectively; also native to Piemonte, Favorita...
Borja Perez ViticultorArtifice Listán Blanco
Listán Blanco from Canary Islands, Spain
100% Listán Blanco from old vines, fermented and aged in 500L French barrels from Burgundy; 7 months aging on the lees. No sulfur added until bottling.
Borja Perez ViticultorArtífice Tinto
Listán Negro from Canary Islands, Spain
Each parcel is vinified separately in steel and concrete and then aged together in a large French oak foudre and one very old French barrique. The photograph on the label is of Borja’s great-grandfather’s hands. 100% Listán Negro. Lightly clarified but not filtered before bottling.
Borja Perez ViticultorArtífice Vidueño (Blanco)
from Canary Islands, Spain
A blend of Marmajuelo, Listan Blanco, Albillo, Gual y Forastera from different parcels.They are vinified in 500L French oak barrels and then racked into a large foudre where the wine undergoes malolactic and rests for 11 months. The wine gets bottled and then ages another 8 months in vitro before...
La Clarine Farmb-sides (Mouvedre/Syrah)
Red blend from California, United States
Mourvedre from Camino alto 2900 feet (volcanic loam) and Syrah from Sumu Kaw 3000 feet (volcanic). 154cs produced.
NusserhofB..... (Blatterle)
Blatterle from Alto Adige, Italy
100% Blatterle. This indigenous variety goes back centuries in the Alto Adige but has shrunk down to a mere 1.5 hectares in production today. Nusserhof is one of only 3 growers of this thin-skinned, golden-yellow rarity and is the largest of them. Like all of Nusserhof's vines, the bit of Blatterle...
TarlantBAM! Brut Nature (2010 base)
Pinot Blanc from Champagne, France
27% Pinot Blanc/27% Arbanne/46% Petit Meslier. "BAM!" is an acronym of these three relatively rare, low-yielding Champagne varieties. The vines were planted in 2003 on sandy, silica-rich limestone soils in the lieu-dit Four à Chaux-Sablé in Oeuilly and are certified-organic like the rest of Tarlant...
Tour du BonBandol
Mourvèdre from Provence, France
Tour du Bon’s flagship wine, what Agnés calls “the blood of the earth" ; a blend of Mourvèdre, Grenache, Cinsault, and Carignan. Aged for 24 months in large foudres.   
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Mourvèdre from Provence, France
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Vivacity SpiritsBanker’s Gin
from Oregon, United States
Bankers’ dry gin creates interest the old fashioned way, by handcrafting a proprietary effusion of herbs. They then bond a cachet of botanicals, invest them with aroma, and endow them with a crisp citrusy flavor.  Proof that the tried and true can also be original and delightful.   
Nada, GiuseppeBarbaresco Casot
Nebbiolo from Piedmont, Italy
From the eponymous cru in the village of Treiso.  The 3.5 hectares of vines were planted between 1960 and 2012, facing SW at 350m.   Harvest was Sept 20th, 2015 at yields of 7,000kg/ha (48hl/ha). Spontaneous fermentation in stainless steel, with an extended maceration on the skins, 60 days. Aged...
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Nada, GiuseppeBarbaresco Casot
Nebbiolo from Piedmont, Italy
From the eponymous cru in the village of Treiso.  The 3.5 hectares of vines were planted between 1960 and 2012, facing SW at 350m.   Harvest was October 10th, 2016 at yields of 7,000kg/ha (48hl/ha). Spontaneous fermentation in stainless steel, with an extended maceration on the skins, 65 days. Aged...
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GagliardoBarbera d'Alba Superiore Madama
Barbera from Piedmont, Italy
100% Barbera from clay-based vineyards located in both the Langhe and Roero zones. All stainless steel fermented and aged, the wine is medium-bodied, juicy, fresh and lively. The emphasis is on balance; the grapes from the Langhe giving depth and volume, while the grapes from the Roero provide...
Bera, Vittorio e FigliBarbera d'Asti Ronco Malo
Barbera from Piedmont, Italy
100% Barbera. Though the calling card of Bera is their Moscato d'Asti, they grow Barbera on the calcareous clay soils on the slopes of their certified-organic estate in the Canelli hills of Piedmont. Ronco di Malo is the parcel of the oldest Barbera vines, which average 50 years (formerly a much...
La StoppaBarbera della Stoppa
Barbera from Emilia-Romagna, Italy
100% Barbera. From 25-45-year-old estate vines on a slope on stony clay-limestone soils. The fruit is organically farmed and harvested by hand. It is destemmed and fermented with native yeasts and no sulfur in tank; maceration with the skins is for 30 days. The wine does not go through malolactic...
OltretorrenteBarbera Superiore Colli Tortonesi
Barbera from Piedmont, Italy
100% Barbera, harvested from 2 parcels (Gatti and Battorella) amounting to one hectare, planted between 1920 and 1960 on calcareous clay with southern exposure.  There are even some bush vines here, rarely seen in Piedmont. Harvested between September 27th and 29th at low yields of 4,500 kg/ha (...
GagliardoBarolo "Gianni Gagliardo"
Nebbiolo from Piedmont, Italy
This is Gagliardo’s non-Cru Barolo, but every holding in the estate contributes to the blend. 50% of the provenance is La Morra (crus of Santa Maria and Serra dei Turchi), followed by Monforte (crus of Castelletto, Mosconi, and Bricco San Pietro), Serralunga (Lazzarito cru), Barolo (Fossati)....
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SchiavenzaBarolo del Comune di Serralunga
Nebbiolo from Piedmont, Italy
Sourced from different parcels (mainly the crus of Cerrati and Meriame) all located in the village of Serralunga d'Alba, at altitudes of 360-400m above sea level; the vineyards have south-east and west exposures, and are composed mostly of calcareous and tufaceous soil. Cover crops such as...
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SchiavenzaBarolo Riserva Broglio
Nebbiolo from Piedmont, Italy
In select vintages, Schiavenza will make a Barolo Riserva from either Prapò or Broglio. Broglio is Schiavenza's largest cru holding.  They have 1.5 hectares there.  Exposure (like all of Schiavenza's crus) is Southeast.  360-380m above sea level.There is a bit more clay in the topsoil here, so...
SchiavenzaBarolo Riserva Prapò
Nebbiolo from Piedmont, Italy
In select vintages, Schiavenza will make a Barolo Riserva from either Prapò or Broglio.  Of all their crus, Prapò is the one in which the soil is most representative of Serralunga: its high percentage of light-colored limestone naturally limits yields and results in wines that need time in bottle...
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Terres DoréesBeaujolais Blanc Chardonnay
Chardonnay from Beaujolais, France
100% Chardonnay. On his home estate in Charnay in southern Beaujolais, Brun planted Chardonnay in 1983 on the sandy, limestone-rich clay soils. The vines are organically farmed and the fruit harvested by hand. The grapes are destemmed, crushed and fermented with natural yeasts in vat. The wine goes...
Terres DoréesBeaujolais L'Ancien Vieilles Vignes
Gamay from Beaujolais, France
100% Gamay. L'Ancien comes from Jean Paul's oldest vines--hence the name of the wine--in his home village of Charnay in the southern Beaujolais. They range in age from 40 to 60 years old and are planted on slopes sporting the area's signature sandy clay-limestone soils, featuring the particular...
Terres DoréesBeaujolais Nouveau L'Ancien
Gamay from Beaujolais, France
100% Gamay. The Terres Dorées L'Ancien vines are Jean Paul's oldest vines at 40-60 years old. They grow on the sandy clay-limestone hills in his home village of Charnay in the southern Beaujolais and yield small, thick-skinned berries. The farming is organic and harvest manual. The earliest harvest...
Terres DoréesBeaujolais Rosé d'Folie
Gamay from Beaujolais, France
100% Gamay. Direct-press rosé from the most productive Gamay vines in Brun's estate vineyards in Charnay in the southern Beaujolais. Concrete-aged on its lees with malolactic fermentation and a little bâtonnage. Solid medium body and rosy pink with vibrant, crisp acidity and a chalky mineral finish...
Bera, Vittorio e FigliBianchDùDùi VDT Bianco (dry Moscato)
Moscato from Piedmont, Italy
100% Moscato. BianchDùDùi is the fortunate result of a happy accident: one lot of Moscato destined to be 2000 Moscati d'Asti fermented to near-dryness, rendering it useless for the intended purpose. That wine was left in a concrete tank and essentially ignore, if not forgotten, for 16 years. During...