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    Founded in 2010, Aviary Vineyards launched with the 2009 vintage of our Napa Valley Red Blend. That first vintage took advantage of tiny lots of different varieties from 13 different vineyards throughout Napa Valley. Much like an aviary, the blend of different grapes interacted and harmonized to create a wine that was beautiful, enjoyable, and…



    Tasting Note: Medium bodied and crisp, with subtle apple, pear and citrus notes. A mineral component comes through in the lively, balanced and long finish.

  • Bertrand-Delespierre Champagne 1er Cru Brut Enfant de La Montagne (NV)


    Husband-wife team (Didier Bertrand and Chantal Delespierre) started this estate, 24 acres in all 1er cru vineyards in the Montagne de Reims. A grower-producer, or Récoltant-Manipulant or Farmer Fizz), they practice organics in the vineyard and sustainability (HVE certified, Haute Valeur Environnementale). Occasional large oak, malo when it happens. Delicious.

  • Bettalunga ‘Piaggone’ Chardonnay IGT


    Winemaker and Enologist, Alessandro Lanterna, has been using 100% organic practices since 2018. Working with only 2.5 hectares of land with 5 vintages of history behind the label, his small batch wines are regionally distinct and plot specific. His yearly production is 5-6000 bottles.


    “PIAGGIONE” is the name that the people of Castello delle Forme have given to that particular area of soil, whose composition almost resembles that of a beach.

    Grape variety: 100% Chardonnay

    Training System: Spur-Cordon

    Harvest: Early September

    Vinification: Only free-run must from softpressing, in new 225-litre French oak barriques

    Aging: In French oak barriques for 6 months on the lees



    Black Stallion Estate Winery Chardonnay opens with aromas of yellow pear, lemon curd, jasmine and hint of oak. The flavors are tantalizing notes of citrus, chamomile, orange blossom and brown butter. The Chardonnay from the cooler vineyards provides the bright acidity, citrus notes, and lean backbone of the wine, where the Chardonnay from the warmer…



    Wine orange natural German

    Electric Chardonnay Acid Test is a mind-bender. The Chardonnay is planted on limestone soils and the bit of Riesling gives it an extra jolt. Rocky, mineral, and supple this fascinating Chardonnay is filled with golden apples and ripe pears. The Brand brothers make soulful wines that are defining what the northern Pfalz region is capable of.








    This wine has a pretty, floral nose with fresh citrus, orange blossom and white peach

  • Château de la Greffiere, Mâcon La Roche-Vineuse Blanc Sous Le Bois (2017)

    Straw yellow with silver glint. Nose: Hazelnut. Mouth: Rounded and dry wine.
    100% Chardonnay


  • Château Montelena Winery, Chardonnay – Napa Valley


    PALATE : Green apple, candied orange peel, and baking spices anchor a panoply of vineyard flavors. Seamlessly interwoven between each is fresh, bright acidity along with incredible minerality and depth that slowly build texture and weight.
    FINISH : The contrast between silky toast and sweet pear highlights an exceedingly rich finish that will only become more supple and dynamic with age.



    Intense aromas of dried fruits, Acacia, nuts and honey.



    Enticing aromas of blackberry, plum, and raspberry leap
    from the glass with underlying notes of caramel, dark
    chocolate, and rose petals. Fresh and vibrant flavors of
    cherry, pomegranate, nutmeg, and vanilla are seamlessly
    integrated with bright acidity, polished tannins, and a
    long, velvety finish.


    Winemaker Notes

    With the 2019 vintage, we’ve slightly reduced overall oak aging to allow the wine’s freshness, bright acidity, and vibrant red fruit flavors to shine. This bright and expressive Cabernet is ideal for al fresco lunches and picnics, pairing beautifully with a variety of meals.

    Critical Acclaim

    James Suckling
    This shows lots of ripe dark and blue fruit on the nose, together with some leafy character. Notes of spices, cedar wood, and walnuts, too. Medium to full-bodied with firm tannins and a fresh, juicy-fruit profile. Polished and smooth with an array of succulent berries and blue flowers in the aftertaste. Drinkable now, but better in two or three years. Try after 2024.
    Wine Enthusiast
    This is a well-balanced red with small amounts of other varieties like Merlot. Spicy, it shows well-integrated oak and tannin within a taut, elegant and lengthy palate of blueberry and black currant.
    Wine Spectator

    A sleek, polished style, with cassis and plum notes driving through, carried by a graphite spine and backed by tobacco, briar and savory notes. Drink now.

    Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
    The 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon includes small proportions of Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot and Malbec and was aged 16 months in 44% new French oak. For entry-level Napa, it’s a solid effort, marrying ripe cherries and hints of cassis with gentle notes of sage and cedar. Medium to full-bodied, it’s soft enough to drink now, yet it shows enough velvety tannins to age at least through 2030. Nicely done.


    Corvidae is the Latin name for the family of birds that includes the Crow, Raven, Jay and Magpie. These “dark” birds are everywhere in the vineyards of Eastern Washington. Their reputation as crafty, adaptable, and somewhat dubious characters is a fitting icon for our suspiciously terrific value wines from this region. The geology and climate…