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Since national efforts to contain the Covid 19 virus are unlikely to let us return to our weekly wine tasting format for some time (sigh!), we are taking steps to develop a modest online shopping platform for our wine club members. As most of you know, we have always embraced our Duty as First Responders in Wine Emergencies, and take that responsibility Very Seriously! We all have to Stand for Something, and we choose to Take a Stand for Your Right to Wine by letting you order it from home!

Below is a partial list of wines currently in stock which we think offer a lot of quality per dollar. For your convenience, they are listed in ascending order by price with tasting notes  Some are relatively new on our shelves and some are longtime favorites.

To place an order, look through the list; make a note of the wines/quantities you want; and then you can use the Contact Us form to email your order, or you are welcome to call and order by phone (above, right).


Featured Wines

White Wines

La Bella Prosecco NV   Italy     $11
Italy’s refreshing, festive and crisp sparkling wine; aromatic, fresh and lively with a distinctive taste; fine, persistent perlage, good minerality and notes of apple and peach.

Mas Estate Blanquette de Limoux Mauzac  Methode Traditionale   France     $18
Light and easy to drink, with vibrant notes of fresh peach, honeysuckle, baked apple and sweet, ripe pear, all balanced by ample acidity, brisk perlage, and a lingering toasty richness on the finish. Pairs well with aperitifs, a main meal, or after dinner relaxation.

MAN  Chenin Blanc ’18      South Africa    $11  
A crisp, expressive, light-bodied wine. Light straw in appearance. Vibrant aromas of quince, pear and pineapple. Honeyed ripe stone fruit on the nose. Full bodied palate with ripe peach and honey flavors tempered by lively acidity.

Duck Pond Pinot Gris ’18   Oregon    $12
Fleshy and clean pear aromas and flavors make for an appealing wine, lightly spiced and bright on the finish and hinting at freshly picked green herbs.

Argiolas Costamolino Vermentino ’18      Italy     $14
Pale golden-tinged straw color; botanical herbs and white stone fruit on the nose and palate, with good length and freshness, finishing clean and medium-long, pairing well with everything from salad to pasta to fish and savory meat dishes.

Montinore Borealis White   Oregon   $15
Aromas of orange blossom, honeydew, guava and kiwi; sumptuous flavors of stone fruit, Meyer lemon and juicy pear drizzled with caramel.

Pascual Toso Chardonnay ’18    Argentina    $14
Aromas of ripe green apple, pineapple and mango. The palate is fresh, with great acidity, ending with a slight toasty hint on a lingering finish.

Maryhill Viognier ’16       Washington       $14
Vibrant aromas of orange zest, honeysuckle, and pink grapefruit; flavors of lemon, pear, and white peach. The mouthfeel is delicate, yet full-bodied, withnotes of fresh flowers.

Terra d’Oro Moscato ’18     California      $14   
Intoxicating aromas of perfumed peach blossom and fresh honeysuckle with sweet, creamy lemon cheesecake flavors and bright, fresh apricot and white peach on the palate. Crisp, rich, and balanced with lingering notes of rose petal.

Ryan Patrick Rock Island Chardonnay ’17       Washington       $15
Subdued aromas of yellow apple, vanilla and spice lead to medium-bodied custard flavors.

Attems Collio Sauv Blanc  ’19   Italy   $17
Straw yellow with beautiful green highlights and the characteristic bouquet of boxwood, tomato leaves and notes of grapefruit peels, which we also find on the exuberant palate with its traditional acidity. Linden blossoms and lime accompany the long, bright finish.

Domaine de l’Amauve La Daurèle, Côtes du Rhône Villages Séguret ’18    France    $17
Grenache blanc, clairette, viognier, & ugni blanc; expressive nose of white fruits, mirabelle plum, and acacia honey; soft on the palate with lively citrus flavors…yummy and very Food Versatile!

Greywacke Sauv Blanc ’19  NZ      $21
Appealing aromas of stone fruit, honeysuckle, and wet stone and flavors of orchard fruit, salt and snow pea, finishing with a long, cleansing minerality.

Rosé Wines

Bargemone Provence Rosé  ’18  France     $16
Beautiful pale pink. Bright, mineral-dusted aromas of pink grapefruit and dried red berries. Light and racy on the palate, with tangy citrus and redcurrant flavors. Finishes brisk and dry, with good lingering spiciness and length.

Chateau Lancyre Rosé ’15  France   $14
Brilliant pink. Nose of ripe red berries and tangerine; Fleshy, seamless and broad palate of plush raspberry and candied orange and a touch of bitter herbs.

La Vielle Ferme Rosé ’20    France    $10
Classic and tasty blend of grenache, syrah, and cinsault from northern Provence;  fruity, dry, crisp, delicious, and smooth, and at a bargain price!

Red Wines

Castillo de Monseran Carinena ’16    Spain      $9
An easy drinking, fruit-driven wine. Herbal overtones on the nose, bursting with ripe berry and plum fruit; soft and round on the palate with gentle, well-integrated tannins making it suitable to be enjoyed while young. Lingering red fruit on the finish.

Carmim Reguengos Alentejo Tinto ’18     Portugal     $9
Crystalline wine, garnet color, aroma of black and red fruit and cocoa, full-bodied with softtannins and a persistent finish.

Indaba Merlot  ’17     South Africa      $10
Appealing aromas and bright, succulent flavors of cherry, dark berry, and plum with subtle mocha and herbal nuances and a delicate minerality.

Auzias Syrah/Cab Franc  ’17        France     $11
Enticing aromas of  black raspberry and mulberry that, showcase the Cabardes appellation where both Rhone and Bordeaux varietals may be grown. Fine-grained tannins and lacy, billowing acidity carry raspberry/mulberry fruit all the way to a fresh, graceful finish.

MAN Vintners Pinotage ’17 South Africa $11
Dark berries, plum and a smoke on the nose. Rustic yet silky and juicy, with wild cherry flavors, smooth tannins and well-controlled acidity with good intensity to the plum and mocha flavors.

The Wolftrap Red Blend Western Cape ’18     South Africa $11
Syrah, mourvedre, viognier; notes of black spice, dusty red plum and blackberry fruits in the glass with a soft smoky, floral essence. Medium-bodied, with flavors of dark cherries, plum and subtle red and black spices show up on the mid-palate and lead to an easy finish.

Vila Nova Douro Red ’18 Portugal $12
Touriga Nacional, Tempranillo, Touriga Franca; dark ruby color with jammy notes of ripe blueberry and blackberry with crisp accents and a seamless, well-balanced finish with silky tannins.

Laroque Pinot Noir ’18    France     $12
Nose of tart cherries, cranberries and violets. The palate is quite full-bodied and fruit- forward, with good balance of acidity and tannin.

Maryhill Winemaker’s Red ’16      Washington       $13
Ripe black fruit and a hint of fresh flowers backed by notes of leather, cedar, maple, currant and blackberry on entry, with a mid-palate of rich tannins and a smooth finish.

Kiona Lemberger ’18   Washington    $13
Perfumed aromas with traces of orange zest and flower, along with notes of blueberry; great with spicy food!

Portteus Bistro Red ’15    Washington    $13
Fun, smooth and easy drinking blend of Malbec and Merlot. A food friendly wine with delicate, elegant texture. Notes of blackberry, pomegranate, cocoa, honey and licorice, with a creamy finish. Over-delivers for the $.

La Atalaya del Camino ’19   Spain     $13
Beautifully-intense aromas, fruit and elegance on the nose with a distinct spiciness and a touch of floral notes. Rich and meaty structure, with rich dark fruits and hints of spice. Smooth and pleasant long finish.

Amalaya Malbec ’18   Argentina   $14 
From high in the Andes, herbal black fruit aromas with notes of earthy spice and cured meat and flavors of blackberry, dark plum, herbs and spices with a lush finish.

Domaine Donjon Minervois Tradition ’15    France      $14
60% Grenache, 30% Syrah and 10% Carignan; aged 12 months in stainless steel. Meaty and complex, with sweet, ripe red and black fruits, loads of white and black pepper, bay leaf and wild roses, it stays fresh and lively on the palate, with medium-bodied richness and length.

Olim Bauda La Villa Barbera  ’17      Italy    $14
Unoaked, with good concentration and juiciness that exudes blackberry and cherry fruit, accented with refreshing acidity on the lingering finish.

Liberty School Cabernet ’16     California    $15
Dark berry and peppery spice scents and flavors deepened by notes of licorice and mocha. Broad, warm and fleshy with a hint of cracked pepper; finishes with a touch of blackberry liqueur.

Tenuta Rubino Oltreme Susamaniello ’15     Italy      $14
Fresh, fragrant notes of cherries, pomegranate, raspberries and hints of ripe plum; fruity, minerally, and round on the palate with soft, pleasant tannins for a versatile pairing with richer dishes.

Can Blau Can Blau ’18          Spain        $15
Mazuelo, syrah, garnacha; accessible, pleasant and well-crafted, with notes of strawberry jam, good minerality, and a touch of Mediterranean undergrowth, refreshing acidity and a medium, pleasant finish. A long-time Artisan favorite!

Terra d’Oro Zinfandel  ’17     California       $15
Aromas and flavors of dried cherries, cured beef and a whiff of dried herbs create good complexity and solid structure with good acidity and firm tannins that pair well with rich dishes.

Kanankopf Kadette Cape Red Blend  ’17      South Africa    $15
Pinotage, cab, cab franc blend; offers ripe raspberry, black currant and mocha on the nose with dark chocolate and blackberry fruit on the palate. The dominant pinotage adds rustic charm.

La Spinetta IL Nero di Casanova Sangiovese ’15        Italy        $15
Intense ruby red color. Aromas of wild cherry, black currant and sweet plum. On the palate, this wine offers silky tannins and a fruity chewy finish as well as lots of cherry with elegant richness. A funky and intense wine.

Brian Carter Abracadabra Red Wine ’15    Washington $14
A potpourri of nine Washington varietals from pedigreed vineyards; aromas of blackberries, black cherries and cedar with pinches of pepper and vanilla bean.

Bocelli Sangiovese ’18     Italy      $16
Bright, lush, and appealing; deliciously ripe and smoky, with notes of marasca cherry, granite, and rhubarb compote. Finish is long and dry, with admirable acidity that makes the palate taut and pleasing.

Quinta Do Vallado Red ’14            Portugal            $16
Blend of Touriga Franca, Touriga Nacional,Tinta Roriz, Sousão; Lovely, floral black cherry and blackcurrant fruit with lovely, fresh, and supple yet structured black fruits with pepper, meat and a lovely herbal twist.

Townshend Cellars T3 Red      Washington       $17
Bordeaux style blend of  cab, merlot and cab franc; fruit forward with hints of black currant and vanilla, with layers of complexity and depth through extensive oak aging in French and American barrels.

Chateau La Roque Rouge ’17   France   $18
65% Grenache, 25% Syrah, 10% Mourvèdre. A lithe and expressive red, with fine balance  and well-structured flavors of dried cherry, plum and boysenberry, featuring hints of tarragon and cream on the finish.

Pomum Red ’15       Washington       $19
Cab, and cab franc with malbec, petite verdot, & merlot; aromas of both fresh and leathery red fruit and exotic spices; on the palate shows black cherry, cranberry and garrigue,  fine elegant tannins and a long finish.

Idilico Garnacha ’14         Washington     $19   (temp out)  
Moderately saturated, showing flavors of cherry, strawberry, game and licorice, with flint and rock notes on the inviting nose. Graceful, pliant and sweet with a lingering, firm, ripely tannic finish.

Juggernaut Hillside Cabernet ’17   California   $19   (temp out)
Huge, rich, and opulent, with complex flavors of chocolate, coffee, blackberries, cassis, mint, and velvety tannins. New French oak adds notes of vanilla and toast; concentrated, rich, and smooth on the palate.

Seghesio Angela’s Table Zinfandel ’18       California     $19
Aromas of wild blueberry, briary raspberry patch, and baking spice give way to a palate of juicy, ripe blackberry and black plum. Soft tannins, a rich mouthfeel and focused acidity lead to a long finish.

Shatter Grenache Vin de Pays des Côtes Catalanes ’17      France       $19
From Old Vines in Roussillon’s black schist soil; nose of dark fruit with a hint of espresso; velvety texture with black currant, spice and cured meat flavors with a touch of coffee; firm structure, supple tannins, excellent acidity and overall balance.

Toso Reserve Malbec ’17      Argentina       $20
Red ripe berries and plum notes. Smooth and delicious; focused, clean notes of violets, plum, and red cherry notes with very good freshness and a plush, elegant mouthfeel with  smooth oak and easy tannins.

Bonanza Cabernet Sauvignon ’17    California      $22
Aromas of blueberries and blackberries ride on silky tannins and striking smoothness; mouthwatering, lengthy finish trails off with hints of unsweetened chocolate and cassis.

Penley Estate Phoenix Cabernet Sauvignon ’17 Australia $18
Bouquet of dark, berried, inky and smokey fruit; vibrant flavors of fresh blackcurrant, cassis, bay leaf, and toasted oak on the palate, with well-integrated, fine-grained tannins; complete and harmonious with great persistence of flavor.

Davis Bynum Jane’s Vineyard Pinot Noir’17   California    $23
Candied black cherry, crushed violet, loamy earth and plum aromas and flavors with balanced acidity and rich mouthfeel.

Cloudlift Ascent ’13    Washington  $28   (temp out)  
76% Cab Franc, 18% Merlot, 4% Cab, 2% Petit Verdot;  rich, smoky nose of raspberry, cherry, and plum with scents of rosebuds, brambles, tobacco, sage and pepper. The flavors mirror the aromatics notes of licorice, cocoa, coffee and scorched earth.

Cloudlift Zephyr ’13       Washington       $34   (temp out)
44% Syrah, 28% each Mourvèdre and Grenache. Nose of blueberry pie, huckleberry, orange peel, herb, raspberry, black pepper and spice opens to delicious Southern Rhone blend with soft and lingering fruit flavors on the palate.