Varietals

  1. Lapis Luna 2012 "Romanza" Lodi Shoup Vineyard Zinfandel

    Lapis Luna 2012 "Romanza" Lodi Shoup Vineyard Zinfandel

    A truly exceptional lush, racy, cinnamon-laced small-production single-vineyard Zinfandel from 80+ year old vines from the Nashville of Zinfandel (if you're a country music fan, or for presidential history fans, the Ohio of Zinfandel), Lodi
    Availability: In stock
    Our Price: $16.00

  2. Beck 2009 Burgenland Zweigelt

    Beck 2009 Burgenland Zweigelt

    Zweigelt? Zweigelt? What the hell is Zweigelt? Only Austria's most widely-grown red grape, and a deep and juicy yet agile and still bouncy cranberry-laden red wine that pairs wonderfully with rare roast beef sandwiches and definitely needs a place in your ligher, easy-to-drink red wine collection.
    Availability: In stock
    Our Price: $18.00

  3. Beck 2009 Burgenland Blaufrankisch

    Beck 2009 Burgenland Blaufrankisch

    Direct from Austria: a big, heady, silky cranberry-flavored red wine that used to be known as Lemberger. Yes, like the cheese. We guarantee after tasting this, you won't ever mistake it for cheese (but you may want some to pair with it).
    Availability: In stock
    Our Price: $18.00

  4. Steele 2011 Shooting Star "Blue Franc" Washington State Blaufrankisch

    Steele 2011 Shooting Star "Blue Franc" Washington State Blaufrankisch

    They used to call this grape Lemberger, we've always called it by its German name Blaufrankisch. Big, heady, silky cranberry-flavored German red wine from Washington State. Just don't mistake it with the cheese.
    Availability: In stock
    Our Price: $18.00

Varietals