2011 “Taken”
Red Wine

The attack is soft and smooth – the 2011 is seamless from start to finish. This supple blend is bursting with black fruit, chocolate, graphite, and savory flavors. The wine is dense with a firm structure that carries into the finish.

Look: Dark garnet red with purple hue.

Nose: Luscious aromas of ripe black fruit, crushed graphite, dried stone fruit, and some earthy notes with hints of vanilla, coconut, and toasty oak.

Varietal: 60% Cabernet, 40% Merlot

Appellation: Napa Valley, CA

Aged in French Oak Barrels

Alcohol: 14.5%

$30 / Bottle

2012 “Complicated”
Red Wine

Taste: Ripe raspberry and red cherry burst from this fruit-forward central coast blend. Notes of anise, cocoa and well-integrated French oak make for a pleasant and balanced mid-palate. The finish lingers with flavors of cassis and dried plums.

Look: Color is medium burgundy with a deep violet hue.

Nose: Seductive aromas of strawberries, bright red cherries, ripe plum, black tea, bitter chocolate, espresso, and subtle tea leaf aromas.

Varietal: 53% Grenache, 42% Syrah, 5% Carignane

Appellation: Central Coast, CA

Aged in French Oak Barrels

Alcohol: 14.5%

$20 / Bottle

2013 “Complicated”

Taste: Opulent flavors of peach and guava dominate this classic Sonoma Chardonnay. Hints of Meyer lemon and apricot flavors, coupled with well-integrated French oak make for a well-rounded Chardonnay with great balance.

Look: Light straw color with a golden hue.

Nose: Vibrant pineapple, stone fruit and stone fruit jump out of the glass. Fresh Meyer lemon zest shines through with just a subtle hint of French oak to soften and round out the wine.

Varietal: 100% Chardonnay

Appellation: Sonoma County, CA

Aged in French Oak Barrels

Alcohol: 13.9%

$18 / Bottle