P.S. I Love You kicks it Dark & Delicious

P.S. I Love You: Dark & DeliciousYou can walk up to any wine-o-phile and ask them about the wines that they love the most and they’ll probably toss out some famous name from Napa, Sonoma, Bordeaux, Burgundy or what have you.  But if you were to pour them another glass, compliment their good looks and expound upon their precise palate, you might just find that they’ll open up a bit more and tell you about their “pet wines”: wines that they seek out and which light their face up whenever they successfully discover a new one.  One of my pet wines are none other than the true Pet, ie. Petite Sirah.  While a professed fan of cool climate, balanced wine I can’t help but fall over my feet (before AND after) whenever I spot a Petite Sirah within close proximity of my glass hand.  It is with this in mind that I’m foaming at the mouth at the return of PS I Love You‘s Dark & Delicious annual Petite Sirah fest at Rock Wall Wine Company, Alameda CA on 02/18/11.

P.S. I Love YouThe Lady and I attended last year at the kind invitation of organizer Jo Diaz and were overwhelmed at the quality and number of wines available and equally so at the amount of quality food that was thoughtfully paired by many of the extended Bay Area’s best restaurants and chefs.  Hear me now…many wine events proclaim the food and nibbles that are available at their events and some actually pull off some good matches.  PSILY:D&D takes those proclamations and stares them down while munching on a Kobe beef slider and slugging back some powerfully structured Petite Sirah: YesThe food is that good.  Pair that shizzy with some slammin’ wine offerings that prove Petite Sirah is a fantastically fun grape with which to make wine and what?… yeah, to drink!

So come join the Lady and I at this year’s PSILY:D&D and prove me right!  Deets below.  Cheers!

P.S. I Love You: Dark & DeliciousDark & Delicious Wine and Food Event

Rock Wall Wine Company

2301 Monarch Street, Suite 300, Alameda, CA 94501

“If you live in the Bay Area, PS I Love You’s Dark & Delicious Event provides an amazing food and wine experience. It’s on Friday, February 18, 2011, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. This year the event is returning to Rock Wall Wine Company in Alameda. With 45+ preeminent Petite Sirah wine companies and 30 fabulous Napa and Bay Area restaurants and/or food caterers, there’s nowhere else that you can have this much fun, food, and wine for only $63 per person. Free parking, no gratuity!”

DISCOUNTS for GrouPieS and Designated Driver available upon request. Call or Email. GROUP PURCHASES for eight (8) or more people available.

Note: Due to the nature of this event, please note that all ticket purchases are non refundable.

Minimum Age: 21, Kid Friendly: No, Dog Friendly: No, Non-Smoking: Yes!, Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!,

The 9th Annual Pinot Noir Summit

The Pinot Summit - Affairs of the VineI’m very happy to announce that one of the coolest wine events of the year is coming back to the Bay on 02/26/2011 with the arrival of the 9th annual installment of The Pinot Summit (Twitter). Spanning three different segments that day, attending the whole Summit gives you access to almost 9 full hours of delicious Pinot and tasty morsels. It is one of the most educational and complete consumer trade events that I’ve ever seen and it will definitely leave your bellies and brains full of new flavors of and knowledge about Pinot Noir.  Best of all?!  I’ve got an awesome contest to win some wine from one of the Summit finalists!  More after the break…

9th Pinot Shoout - The Pinot Noir SummitRun by Barbara Drady (Twitter) of Affairs of the Vine, the event is meticulously designed so that only the most highly rated wines out of three elimination rounds of blind judging make the cut for the Pinot Summit.  I was fired up to be chosen to judge the finalists for the Summit in the last round Pinot Shootout, held at Fort Mason Center on 01/15/11.  We tasted in 3 teams (mine was Blue) and each team tasted 4 flights of 8 wines, completely blinded.  We were instructed to score using the 100 point system and to write copious notes to back up our scores.

I found the quality very high for the vast majority of the 32 wines that I tasted that day, most of them from the 2007 and 2008 vintages and rather on the fruit forward side.   I also discovered a few favorites that exhibited some incredible balance, earthiness, fruit, fine tannins and bright acidity, aspects that are right up my pinot alley (and a couple dogs).  I was also pleased to see wines made it to the Grand Sweepstakes at the Summit from some previous favs, like Hahn SLH and Wild Horse Winery.

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My favorite of the whole judging was the ’07 Athair Russian River Valley Pinot Noir.  Exhibiting all of the characteristics that I geekily reeled off above and ringing in at only $36 (or even less), this delivers so much tastiness that I gave it a coveted AwesomeWK from the WKBadges.  You can check out all of the wines at the end of the article to add them to your own WineLog.  All of the wines that I judged that day are tagged with “PinotShootout2011” and the wines that I judged that also made The Pinot Noir Summit are tagged with “PinotSummit2011“.  I’ll also be moderating a panel entitled “A Question of Style” featuring one of the wines that I tasted, the 2007 TR Elliott Russian River Valley Burgonet Pinot Noir.  It will feature Ted Elliott from TR Elliott, Christy Griffith from Lazy Creek Vineyards and Marc Goldberg from Windward Vineyard.

So what’s this contest that I talked about earlier?  Well it’s pretty super cool if you ask me.  You can win a two pack of vino from one of my favorite wineries that also made the Summit finals, Wild Horse Winery!  One of the wines will be their Grand Award winning wine, the 2008 Wild Horse Central Coast Pinot Noir, winner of a QPRWK badge. Sweeet!  All you need to do is to enter the code “drxeno” when you check out to buy your tickets and you’ll be entered to win the wine.  You can pick it up at the Summit.  You’ve gotta hurry though, only 300 tickets will be sold and it sells out every year.  Good luck!

The Pinot Noir Summit

Hilton San Francisco Financial District
750 Kearny Street
San Francisco, California 94108

Full Day: 11:30 PM to 6:45 PM
Sparkling Wine Reception: 4:00 PM to 4:45 PM
Grand Awards Tasting: 4:45 PM to 6:45 PM

Click here for directions – convenient parking is available at the garage attached to the hotel and the Portsmouth Square Garage located across the street (733 Kearny Street). There are lots of other garages in the area.

Pinot Noir Summit Pinot Noir Summit Pinot Noir Summit Dinner
Pinot Noir Summit $125
(includes Blind Tasting, Workshops,
Sparkling Wine Reception, & The Grand Awards Tasting)
Pinot Noir Shootout
Grand Awards Tasting $80
Meet Pinot Noir winemakers in an intimate setting $125

Wines that I judged at the 9th Pinot Shootout (PinotShootout2011) for The Pinot Noir Summit 2011 (PinotSummit2011), listed by highest rating:

AwesomeWK - WKBadges Athair Russian River Valley Pinot Noir 2007

Color: Medium garnet to brick core, lighter brick red edges

Nose: Musty, leather nose, loam and slight brett, baked rhubarb, dried cola

Palate: Very good. Love the mushroomy, and loamy notes, medium mouthfeel, balanced acidity, fresh tobacco and darker rhubarb fruit. Finest of tannins, quite good!: AwesomeWK

Lost Canyon Russian River Valley Morelli Lane Vineyard Pinot Noir 2008

Sequana Green Valley Dutton Ranch Pinot Noir 2008

David Noyes Sonoma Coast Crane Vineyard Pinot Noir 2007

QPRWK - WKBadgesOldWorldWK - WKBadges Bogle Vineyards California Pinot Noir 2007

Color: Light ruby core, lightest ruby to clear edges

Nose: Cola and rhubarb are all over this nose with some char and dried florals underneath.

Palate: Great structure here, more angular with good acidity, medium body and still smooth out to the finish. Unsweetened cherry cola with good fresh garden herbs of rosemary, as well. Good: QPRWK, OldWorldWK

OldWorldWK - WKBadges Chamisal Vineyards Edna Valley Domaine Alfred Estate Bottled Pinot Noir 2008

Color: Medium ruby core, light ruby edges

Nose: Good earthy, cherry-wood nose, rhubarb and light florals.

Palate: Burnt cigar here and dried leather, with earthier rhubarb from the nose and more of a fuller, cigar box finish. Good tannins, great complexity. Good balanced acidity, as well. With air, juicy cherry comes through: OldWorldWK

OldWorldWK - WKBadges TR Elliott Russian River Valley Burgonet Pinot Noir 2007

Color: Medium ruby with light ruby edges

Nose: Musty and murky dark red fruit here, charred toast: interesting.

Palate: Earthier here with some loam to it, dark red fruit here of black cherry with good toast that is balanced with the fine, medium tannins and medium acidity: OldWorldWK

NewWorldWK - WKBadges Hahn SLH Estate Santa Lucia Highlands Pinot Noir 2009

Color: Medium to light ruby, lightest ruby edges

Nose: Deeper and darker rhubarb and bigger cola here, with some black cherry poking through.

Palate: Bigger mouthfeel here with a coolness to the spiced rhubarb pie.  Big, chewy and toasty root beer finish with dried florals and hops.  Big but good: NewWorldWK

Lucas & Lewellen Santa Barbara County Goodchild High 9 Vineyard Estate Pinot Noir 2008

Bouchaine Napa Valley – Carneros Estate Vineyard Pinot Meunier 2008

Nth Degree Arroyo Seco Pinot Noir 2008

NewWorldWK - WKBadges Asuncion Ridge San Luis Obispo County Pinot Noir 2008

Color: Darker ruby core, light ruby edges

Nose: Big red fruit medley here, ripe and juicy baked cranberry, fresh black cherry and sweeter rhubarb, toast underneath and distinct cinnamon. Big, but good.

Palate: Fuller mouth, with hoppy florals, baking spice, and ripe and juicy Bing and black cherry. Balanced, bigger yet fine tannins, cola all the way into the finish. Very Good: NewWorldWK

Summerland Santa Rita Hills Fiddlestix Vineyard Pinot Noir 2008

R. Stuart & Co. Willamette Valley Autograph Pinot Noir 2008

Fulcrum Sonoma Coast Gap’s Crown Pinot Noir 2008

QPRWK - WKBadges Wild Horse Central Coast Pinot Noir 2008

Color: Ruby core, light ruby edges

Nose: Distinct fresh cherry pie, complete with toasty pie crust, very bright.

Palate: Cherry pie here as well, fuller body and smooth and chalky mouthfeel, toast out to the cola finish: QPRWK

Fess Parker Santa Barbara County Pinot Noir 2008

Davis Family Vineyards Russian River Valley Horseshoe Bend Vineyard Pinot Noir 2008

Paro Russian River Valley Indindoli Vineyards Pinot Noir 2009

Tarras Vineyards Central Otago The Steppes Vineyard Pinot Noir 2008

Erath Willamette Valley Leland Vineyard Pinot Noir 2008

Alysian Russian River Valley Rochioli Vineyard Allen-Rochioli Blocks Pinot Noir 2007

Claiborne & Churchill Edna Valley Twin Creeks Pinot Noir 2008

Armitage Santa Cruz Mountains Pinot Noir 2008

Expression 39° Anderson Valley Annahala Vineyard Pinot Noir 2009

Windsor Vineyards Sonoma County Private Reserve Pinot Noir 2009

V. Sattui Winery Los Carneros Reserve Pinot Noir 2007

Leveroni Vineyards Sonoma Valley Seven Oaks Vineyard Estate Grown Pinot Noir 2009

Mueller Russian River Valley Emily’s Cuvée Pinot Noir 2008

Kenneth Volk Santa Maria Valley Nielson Vineyard Pinot Noir 2007

Beauregard Santa Cruz Mountains Estate Grown Pinot Noir 2008

Prix Napa Valley Fagan Creek: Block 38 Reserve Estate Bottled Pinot Noir 2007

Affordable Bordeaux in 2010: FTW!

Le Wine Buff - Enjoy BordeauxI don’t think it’s any surprise to you fine readers that I’m a big fan of Bordeaux and even work for the Bordeaux Wine Council (CIVB) as one of Le Wine Buff, video broadcasting each week from my vino-abode.  Well the kids at Enjoy Bordeaux (Twitter) have hatched an incredibly rad new plan to create some fun on the interwebs, with oh, maybe a prize that might require a flight or two, woot!  I don’t want to spill alll the deets, but suffice it to say: it will be fun, it will be a contest on their Facebook page launching 11/15/10 (where you currently can see the awesome documentary short of our BDX trip in June), the prize is flippin’ awesome and you can get some of the gist by checking out my personal addition to the shizzy after the jump.  You’ll even find some wines taking home a WKBadge for their efforts. Cheers!

Bottles Away! - EnjoyBordeaux.com11/16/10 UPDATE: The Enjoy BordeauxBottles Away!” contest has finally launched on their Facebook Page.  Play hard and pick well and you could wine an awesome new wine fridge!

You’ve been hearing all the chatter: Bordeaux futures this year have been off the hook in quality, but also come with record massive prices. Can your fine self still find affordable wine from one of the most iconic and slammin’ wine regions in the world? Heck yeah and I’m hear to show to you how we do!

Enjoy Bordeaux#WKBadges - QPRWK2008 Mouton Cadet Bordeaux Supérieur Blanc – $10

A zesty, citrusy white that kicks some serious QPR booty. Get some and get a lot.

2008 Les Vignerons de Tutiac Quintet Bordeaux Supérieur – $9

Crisp citrus flavors surround a very intriguing mineral core. Clean and exciting, like a nice slab of techno.

2006 Château de Bel-Air Lalande-de-Pomerol – $19

Let’s take a stroll on the right side of Bordeaux and agree to just enjoy the silky palate of toasty black cherry and both shut the heck up!

#WKBadges - QPRWK2005 Château Greysac Médoc – $11

All black fruit all the time from this savory wine that slides in from another expensive vintage…yet it still brings the value heat.

#WKBadges - OldWorldWK2005 Château Teyssier Saint-Emilion Grand Cru – $28

It’s unreal to find a Grand Cru St-E at this price, but I do what I must to please my fellow vinopanions. The complexity here is off. the. chain. Earth, black fruit, savory herbs and perfect balance, YES!

#WKBadges - QPRWK2007 Château Haut Mayne Sauternes – $19

It’s shocking sometimes, the value you find in sweet wines from Bordeaux. Here the sinuous mouthfeel combines with just-right sweetness for a delicious stickie to finish us off.

6 bottles, 5 AOC, Total Cost: $96 = BLEDOW!

All of these wines are tagged with “BottlesAway2010LeWineBuff” if you’d like to list them in your own WineLog.  Cheers!

The Wine Buff gang conquering Bordeaux (2) - Enjoy Bordeaux (Flickr)

The Wine Buff gang conquering Bordeaux (2) - Enjoy Bordeaux (Flickr)

As Le Wine Buff for EnjoyBordeaux.com, I am paid a nominal fee for most of my participation.  I also receive free wine samples and my participation on this trip is courtesy of the CIVB.

Le Wine Buff: Enjoy Affordable Bordeaux!

Life Goes Better With BordeauxI am incredibly fired up for this new project that I’m working on with the CIVB (Le Conseil Interprofessionnel du Vin de Bordeaux). I’ll be a founding “Le Wine Buff” working with EnjoyBordeaux.com to reintroduce affordable, high quality Bordeaux wines back to your dinner table.

UPDATE: The official Le Wine Buff- EnjoyBordeaux.com Press Release has been posted by the Bordeaux Wine Council!

UPDATE 2: We’ve just been written up in a wonderful article by Eric Pfanner in The New York Times!

Ward Kadel - Le Wine Buff ScreenshotThe CIVB have put together an incredibly informative, yet easily accessible website, with a wonderful story to tell about the history of Bordeaux.  Learn about all of the many Bordeaux sub-appellations.  Or, find out where to buy value-packed Bordeaux wines near you.  Need a food pairing for your wine, check out the outstanding food and wine pairing web app.  You can also keep up to date on all of the Bordeaux wine and food events happening near you!

Le Wine Buff - EnjoyBordeaux.comJoin me, starting next week at 9pm PST on Monday 11/09/09, as I broadcast my first live Video Chat session as one of Le Wine Buff, here to answer all of your Bordeaux and wine-related questions on live video and in real-time!

Submit your questions at the link below (a lot more will be rolled out next week) or tweet them me @drXeNo or to @BordeauxWines.  You can also ask me questions on my Facebook or even better, on the great Bordeaux Wine Facebook Fan Page.

I will also be a good resource for the local SF Bay Area winos who need to find where to get these wines that pack in quaffable value. Logon and drink some Bordeaux wine with me!

Disclosure: I will be reimbursed for each broadcast.

Bordeaux Appellation Map

Bloggers Forum 2.2: Hahn Bloggers Block Vine Planting

Bloggers Forum 2.2: Hahn Bloggers Block Vine Planting (Hardy Wallace)

A few months ago I attended what is currently the most innovative wine event of which I’ve been lucky to be a part.  Hahn Family Wines invited a group of bloggers and social media wonks down to their stunning Estate in the Santa Lucia Highlands for a day of tasting, touring and most of all…planting.  Yes, I am now the proud father of one+ Pinot Noir vitis vinifera grape vine in the SLH appellation, replete with distinguishing placard!

Hahn has been behind a number of very forward-thinking wine social media events, including founding the very first Bloggers Forum at their corporate offices in Napa, organized by the one and only WineDiverGirl, Lisa de Bruin (Twitter).  Since then, their ideas have spread with a very successful second forum at St. Supéry, organized by Lesley Keffer Russell (Twitter), and now this latest envelope-ripping event.  Here we manage to knock off a wine tasting, lunch, FULL estate tour and plant our very own Pinot vine!  Whew, time to get to work!

Bloggers Forum 2.2: Paraiso VineyardsOnce again I  traveled down there with my feisty vinopanions, the full Brix Chicks complement of Liza (Twitter), Xandria (Twitter) and Nesta (Twitter).  Amazingly…we were early (shocking for us, I know!).  We decided to make a prerunning tasting stop at the very winery that kindly directed us properly to Hahn the first time we cruised down that way for the SLH Highlands’ Fling, Paraiso Vineyards.  This time we were again, well taken care of, by one Mirella.  She poured us a varied type of wines, whereby my favorite was actually the ’07 Irie Paso Zin, a new label founded by the family’s son.  There was some great balance here with good complexity coming from the bramble and pepper in the palate.  While killing time is rarely this tasty, it was definitely time to head further down the road to Hahn!

After finding the proper place to start the day, we were greeted with the strikingly crisp, minerally ’07 Huntington DCV Sauv Blanc…yesss!  Inside the renovated, historic house that holds the new tasting room, we said hello to numerous bloggers and Hahn employees such as President Bill Leigon (Twitter), Winemaker Paul Clifton, Dir. of Vineyard Ops Andy Mitchell (possibly one my favorite wine gentleman of all time), Lisa dB and new Hahn social media maven, Philip Woodrow (Twitter, Twitter2).  Hardy Wallace (Twitter, Twitter2), winner of A Really Goode Job was also there, lighting up the room.

Bloggers Forum 2.2: Hahn Bloggers Block Vine PlantingBloggers Forum 2.2: Hahn Bloggers Block Vine PlantingWe soon headed out for the first and best activity of the day, the planting of our very own grape vine.  We jumped into various vehicles and zoomed out across the 350+ acre estate to their Smith Vineyard, Block GS-1…OUR block: The Bloggers Block!  We arrived and trudged up the hill to hear instructions from Andy and his excellent crew, led by Orelio and Felipe.  We then got to work, planting as many vines as possible (though most of the holes were actually pre-dug, somewhat).  It’s not too tricky to get a ~2yr vine planted: dig a hole about 1.5′ deep, add a bunch of water, toss in a nutrient bag and then carefully position the vine vertical and right near the support post.  Tamp all the dirt back in, place the protective box around the vine, tie the box to the post and there ya go!  Now go and do that 1200 more times and you start to get a picture of the work that’s actually involved!

20090530 Hahn Forum 2.2 Bloggers Block PlantingWe planted Pinot Noir (clone 828) on 3309C rootstock using Vertical Shoot Position (VSP) trellising.  All of this info was handily encapsulated with Bloggers Block Information Sheet…perfectly matching my wine-info geekiness.  I reached wino nirvana when I saw that the Google Maps coordinates of my vine were included on the sheet…information known as fully awesome.  I can watch my little guy grow throughout the seasons!

Bloggers Forum 2.2: Hahn Bloggers Block Vine PlantingWe trudged back down the hill and then headed back to the tasting room to fill our hungry vineyard bellies with a catered lunch paired with, what else, but a range of great Hahn wines.  The most intriguing wine at lunch was the ’04 “Lost Barrel” Petite Sirah.  As Philip explained it, this tasting room-only wine came from a barrel of Pet that is usually used as a blending varietal for Hahn.  The cellar workers were going through their vast barrel room and came across this barrel that had apparently been overlooked for over a year.  They tasted it, found it doing very well all on its own and decided to bottle it as a one-off special lot of wine.  I found it still very young, but with some great promise to be a balanced monster of a Pet.

Bloggers Forum 2.2: Hahn Bloggers Block Vine PlantingBloggers Forum 2.2: Hahn Bloggers Block Vine PlantingSatiated, we grabbed a glass of our favorite vino from lunch and moved over to their demo vineyard outside the tasting room for a further lesson on the history of grape growing at Hahn.  Andy led this informative session, whereby we learned quite a bit about the various trellising systems and directional planting methods that they’ve used over the years.  Following that was a rousing, higher elevation tour of the Estate in Paul’s Rhino, ending up at the winemaking facilities for a final barrel-tasting.

We tasted two different vineyard lots of 2008 Pinot, which proved to be quite eye-opening.  The differences were quite distinct, even in these very young lots of wines, despite the same appellation.  The two lost were the 828 Hook Ranch Vineyard that had 6 months of mixed French oak.  My notes are below:

Bloggers Forum 2.2: Hahn Bloggers Block Vine PlantingColor: good dark ruby

Nose: good tarter cherry, slight cola

Palate: Medium to full, subtle oak, great cherry/cranberry mix, subtle cola, and very bright with baking spice in the long bright red and root beer finish.

The second lot was the 828 Doctor’s Vineyard, same oak treatment.  I found this one deeper and more complex, as seen in my notes:

Color: Darker ruby, violet tint & edges

Nose: Very deep, red fruit good brightness but more subdued with more black cherry, blackberry earth & dust

Palate: Very smooth, full, with good tannin & great acid but fruit still red & black and deeper red with great complexity earthier, drier cinnamon spice in finish. More root beer than cola.

Bloggers Forum 2.2: Hahn Bloggers Block Vine PlantingLast up was an early taste in the fermentation tank of the now released 2007 Cycles Gladiator California Clement Pinot Noir, the second Pinot in the Cycles Gladiator line.  This one was toasty with some complex red fruit of cherry and rhubarb.  It was time to head out and back into the Bay, however, as we still had one more wine engagement for the day.  I’m not sure if I could say enough thanks to everyone at Hahn, as they bid us a safe passage back with a goodie-bag in hand…so if I didn’t T-H-A-N-K-Y-O-U!!

Bloggers Forum 2.2: Hahn Bloggers Block Vine PlantingBloggers Forum 2.2: Hahn Bloggers Block Vine PlantingWe headed back to Wine Witiculturalist Russ’ (Twitter) pad for Craig Camp’s (Twitter) Taste Live! tasting of three Cornerstone Cellars Cabs, like, yum!  Three Cabernets were available to taste, thanks to Bin Ends Wines (Twitter), the ’02 and ’04 Howell Mountain’s and the ’05 Napa Valley.  I found the ’02 a to be tired, but the ’04 and ’05 were doing phenomenal, with the ’04 just squeaking by for the winner of the tasting, what a young beast of a Cab!  The 2004 Cornerstone Howell Cab was just the thing to finish off and incredible day of wine, whew.

20090829 My Bloggers Block Pinot Noir Vine @HahnWines[UPDATE] @WineDog snapped a pic of my very own placard and vine yesterday!

Feel free to peruse my reviews below, of all of the wines that we tried that day as well as all of my photos…what a day it was!!  If you would like to list these in your own WineLog, they are all tagged with “BlogForumPlanting2009” and “TTL2009Cornerstone“.  Enjoy!

Paraiso Vineyards:

Paraiso Santa Lucia Highlands Reisling 2007

Paraiso Santa Lucia Highlands Estate Pinot Noir 2007

Irie Paso Robles Zinfandel 2007

Paraiso Santa Lucia Highlands Souzao Port NV

Hahn Estates:

Huntington Dry Creek Valley Sauvignon Blanc 2007

Hahn Santa Lucia Highlands SLH Estate Pinot Gris 2007

Lucienne Santa Lucia Highlands Doctor’s Vineyard Pinot Noir 2007

Hahn Santa Lucia Highlands SLH Estate Syrah 2006

Hahn Santa Lucia Highlands SLH Estate Syrah 2007

Cycles Gladiator California Clement Pinot Noir 2007

Hahn Santa Lucia Highlands Estate Lost Barrel Petite Sirah 2004

Cornerstone Cellars:

Cornerstone Cellars Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2005

Cornerstone Cellars Howell Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon 2004

Cornerstone Cellars Howell Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon 2002