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Tropical aromas of pineapple, guava and mango balanced with creamy flavors of carmelized sugar and crème brulee.



Juicy stone fruit flavors balanced by a nice acidity for exceptional balance and mouthfeel and gentle spice character, rounded out with hints of vanilla.

Monterey California


Aromas of summer fruits, cassis and red currant. Floral notes of rose along with hints of grapefruit complete the picture.  The impression is fresh and full, with great aromatic persistence and balance.


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Juicy flavors of berry cobbler followed by mocha and wood spice form a full-bodied wine with round tannins and a long finish.


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Lively aromatics of Asian Pear, Honeydew Melon, and Quince burst From the glass, with a zing Of freshly zested lemon followed by notes of Clover Honey and Orange Blossom.


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Features terrifically focused and vibrant flavors of guava, poached pear, litsea oil and ruby grapefruit, with spicy Meyer lemon and pineapple notes on the finish adding complexity, while a note of matcha lingers.


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Angels Ink's Pinot Noir is fruit-forward with an integrated oak presence. The wine delights the palate with notes of dark and red berries and vanilla-backed juiciness.

Monterey County, California

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Baking spice aromas and ripe, juicy fruit flavors. Toasty oak nuances on the palate and satisfying notes of red and black cherries. Well balanced structure of fruit, acidity and moderate tannins.


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Lavishly oaked, this wine blends ripe black-fruit flavors with abundant baking spice, wood smoke and maple tones. It is big but fairly soft in structure, with moderate tannins that give it a seductive, extravagant edge.

Lodi, California

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Ruby red in color with scarlet highlights, opens with bountiful aromas of red fruits, cranberry and raspberry jam, laced with clove, cedar, and baking spices. Bold flavors of crushed ripe cherry, cranberry and blueberry pie linger on the palate. The texture is rich and lively with a warm, structured finish.

Santa Maria Valley, California

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A silky scarlet red, this wine opens with a lean earthiness—the scent of rustic wood mixes with sweet spice, dusty pavement and old leather, infused with garden ripe strawberries and cherries. The palate is smooth and lively, featuring flavors of juicy raspberry, the subtle tartness of cranberry, and notes of espresso and smoked meat. Underlying acidity makes this wine mouthwatering, while its tannins lend a gritty yet softly fine texture.

Suisun Valley, California

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Rich with ripe peaches and star fruit, slightly herbaceous and a tad off-dry, the bubbly is great on its own or as a base for a mimosa or bellini. 



Packs in a lot of complexity, with aromas of apple, fresh ginger and rubber that lead to crisp and layered flavors of raspberry and spice.

- Wine Spectator (91pts)

Napa Valley, California

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A blend of Champagne's three classic varieties, this bottling combines fruit from the north and south of Tazmania. Eighteen months on lees results in a bubbly that is mostly fruit driven—lemon, apple and pear—with the yeast-derived brioche notes serving as a backdrop.

- Wine Enthusiast (93pts)


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