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Which types of wine grapes were used in the wine.
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Wines made by wineries that are minority-owned, organic, newcomer winemakers or more.
The structured feeling of a wine (often thought of as a dry-ing feeling).
How full and intense, or light and refreshing the wine is.
A good way to remember acidity is by how much your mouth waters when you sip it.
Reflection of the sugar in the wine (different than fruity!)
Sauvignon Blanc · Fruity, Fresh, and Herbaceous · Limited wine (906 cases produced) · Mt. Veeder, Napa Valley, California
California-style Chardonnay · Woody, Fruity, and Nutty · 1200 cases produced · Los Carneros, Napa Valley, California
California-style Zinfandel · Fruity and Spicy · Rare wine (195 cases produced) · Sonoma, California
Rosé · Fresh and Porch Pounder · Rare wine (120 cases produced) · Paso Robles Highlands District, Paso Robles, California
California Rosé · Complex, Balanced, and Savory · Rare wine (145 cases produced) · Mendocino, California
Red Blend · Balanced and Complex · Rare wine (146 cases produced) · Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo, California
Tempranillo · Fresh, Fruity, and Mineral · Rare wine (88 cases produced) · Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo, California
California Syrah · Balanced, Complex, Mineral, Fruity, and Smoky · Limited wine (430 cases produced) · Bennett Valley, Sonoma, California
Rosé · Fruity and Fresh · Rare wine (110 cases produced) · California
Northern Rhone-style Red · Bold, Earthy, Fresh, Fruity, and Gamey · Super rare wine (25 cases produced) · Willamette Valley, Oregon
Grenache · Balanced, Floral, Herbaceous, Mineral, and Spicy · Rare wine (91 cases produced) · Edna Valley, San Luis Obispo, California