Günther Steinmetz Riesling

Price: $1.65/ozABV: 13%

The Queen of the Grapes Riesling is a natural cross between Heunisch × Vitis vinifera subsp. sylvestris and Traminer clone and was probably selected from wild vine stocks in the Upper Rhine region.

Chloe Rosé

Price: $1.65/ozABV: 14%

Chloe Central Coast Rosé is a dry, bright and delicious wine that is light and elegant in style. Delicate notes of fresh strawberries, raspberries and watermelon dance on the nose and palate, unfolding into a crisp and well-balanced wine with bright acidity and a refreshing finish.

Benziger Sauvignon Blanc

Price: $1.65/ozABV: 14%

Fresh and elegant, our Sauvignon Blanc invites you in with aromas of bright lemon, fresh grass, grapefruit and melon. Enticing citrus flavors are followed by complex minerality. The wine’s acid is both balanced and integrated, giving it a textured mid-palate and an elegant softness.

Louis M. Martini Cabernet

Price: $1.85/ozABV: 15%

Notes of of black cherry, blackberry and plum are complemented by hits of toasted oak, dried currant and baking spice. Fine-grained tannins and ample brightness on the palate give way to a polished mouthfeel and exceptionally long finish.

Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

Price: $1.85/ozABV: 14%

A blend of 7 vineyards from around the Willamette Valley. We ferment with a good amount of whole clusters (around 25%) and aged the wine for 10 months in 25 % new French oak.

Rickshaw Cabernet Sauvignon

Price: $1.65/ozABV: 14%

We like to take a pretty minimal approach to our winemaking. Tap into some great sources and make varietally true and focused wines. However, the one part where we get to really flex some skills is during the blending process. Sometimes we weave together as many as two dozen different lots selected for cooperage, oak age, vineyards, and vineyard blocks. In the case of our Cabernet Sauvignon, we even have the option of using small pieces of other Bordeaux varietals to make it just so. The winter of 2019-2020 produced average rainfall throughout most of Northern California, with the bulk of precipitation January through May. Spring temperatures were mild and warm with bud break about two weeks earlier than average across the northern part of the state. Temperatures during the summer were above average with few nights of fog and cloud cover in the more coastal regions. The month of September was perfect for grape ripening and harvest was quickly wrapped up in the second week of October.