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  • 2017 Estate Grenache Noir - $35

    • The wine has the characteristic burnished garnet color. The nose presents ripe plums and soft floral notes and a hint of holiday spice. The mouth feel is silky, almost honeyed. The acid is well balanced and you will notice fruit front to back of palate. The finish is long and juicy. This is not a wimpy wine; it’s flavors are big and bold. 91 Points - Wine Entusiast

  • 2017 1646 Red Blend - $28

    • Named for the elevation of our wine cave in Amador County,1646 is a barrel selection of Barbera, Zinfandel, Primitivo and Petite Sirah. Dark stone fruit, holiday spice, and bright cherry develop into a smooth finish with a full-bodied mouthfeel. Aged 20 months in 20% new French Oak.

  • 2018 Amador Barbera -  $31

    • Nice nose with hints of ripe plums and dark cherries and a light touch of oak. Purple black color with nice weight in the glass makes it a swirlers delight. The taste is silky and fresh with flavors developing all along the palate. The finish is long and develops slowly into a big juicy finale. 90 Points - Wine Enthusiast.

  • 2017 Old Vine Zinfandel - $30

    • The nose opens with spice and black pepper, very aromatic, and then develops hints of ripe fruit and red cherries. This old vine zinfandel has the characteristics of traditional Amador wine growing techniques; it has been dry farmed and head trained which creates bright flavors, deep fruit and zesty tannins. The deep ruby color is enhanced by the lovely weight of the wine and a silky mouth feel. Enjoy a long lingering finish. 90 Points

  • 2017 Estate Zinfandel - $38

    • The nose if full of dark fruit and ripe plum, a classic Amador County bouquet. The mouth feel is silky and smooth with soft tannins. The flavors are bright and black cherry dominates. This is a big, weighty wine. It finishes long with lots of soft holiday spices. 90 points each - Wine Enthusiast & James Suckling.