Bin 300 Kiralyudvar 2016 – An ancient varietal from the Tokaji region of Hungary exhibiting off dry hints of honeycomb.
Bin 301 Indaba 2018 – A light, refreshing Chenin Blanc from South Africa.
Bin 302 Melacce 2016 – A Vermentino grape indigenous to Tuscany, this native wine has an intense nose, with marked citrus and aromatic herbs. On the palate it is fresh and light with a pleasant fruity aftertaste.
Bin 303 Crios 2017 – As the traditional grape of Argentina, this Torrentes grape is distinguished by its elegant notes of white flowers, pear and ripe peach, with a crisp, citrusy finish.
Bin 304 Montagny Premiere Cru 2017 – This white Bergundy (Chardonnay) from Maison Louis Latour, has an attractive freshness and fragrance with white peaches and hazelnuts, making for a very approachable nose. The palate has a bright pear and melon edge with good acidity and some tropical notes to close. James Suckling 90 pts
Bin 305 Chasing Venus 2018 – A crispy and citrusy Sauvingon Blanc from the Marlborough region of New Zealand.
Bin 306 Bouchaine 2016 – A Napa Valley Chardonnay exhibiting some orange zest and warm spices on the palate with a hint of oak and a creamy finish.
Bin 307 Rombauer 2018 – A Carneros Chardonnay that is full-bodied and buttery yet showing impeccable balance. With fresh honey and citrus notes, it is extremely versatile and goes well with a huge range of foods.
Seven Daughters Italian Moscato – A sweet alternative from the Veneto region of northern Italy. Not available as a tasting but only by the glass or bottle.
Bin 308 Barista 2018 – A South African Pinotage displaying an intense nose, with a bouquet of coffee, chocolate and cherry, and meaty, savoury hints. The tannins are ripe, perfectly suiting the round and mouth-filling plum and mulberry fruit.
Bin 309 Heinrich 2015 – An Austrian Blend that is easy to drink while exhibiting the quality of its native red grape varieties. Zweigelt serves as the wine’s base, providing soft and juicy red-berried fruit while notes of tobacco and spice come from Blaufränkisch. A small percentage of St. Laurent lends floral aromas and refreshing acidity. Wine Enthusiast 90 pts
Bin 310 Barkan Reserve 2016 – A Kosher Cabernet Sauvignon wine from Israel with cherry and raspberry notes and a slight oaky flavor with a long finish.
Bin 311 Quinto De Chocopalha 2012 – A Portugese Touriga varietal with dark fruit and velvety tannins on the palate. Wine Spectator 92 pts
Bin 312 La Postolle Cuvee Alexandre 2017 – This Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon is from the same family who produced Gran Marnier. From a single vineyard in Chile, this elegant wine has aromas of black current and round tannins with a toasty, cherry finish.
Bin 313 Paso A Paso 2018 – A Tempranillo from DO La Mancha Spain, the nose is fresh and fruity. Intense aromas of ripe red fruit appear alongside a spicy background marked with wood.
Bin 314 Clos St Vincent 2012 – St Emilion Grand Cru Bordeaux – A perfect example of the classic Bordeaux style in balance, it reveals notes of red fruit, followed by black fruit and then silky tannins on the finish and a hint of woodiness from barrel ageing.
Bin 315 Salice Salentino 2015 – A Negroamara grape indigenous to the Cantele region of southern Italy, this DOC designated wine shows a mix of raspberry and blackberry,and herbs with moderate tannins and a creamy finish.
Bin 316 Casanova di Neri IrRosso 2015 – This Sangiovese from the Neri family vineyards in the Montelcino region of Tuscany, is a well balanced wine showing notes of cherry and violet with well balanced, velvety tannins.
Bin 317 Educated Guess 2016 A Central Coast Cabernet Sauvignon that exhibits rich, ripe, and focused juicy blackberry and cherry fruit, milk chocolate, and dusty notes all tied together with a creamy french vanilla middle and a finish that in a word is…lingering. Wine Enthusiast 90 pts
Bin 318 Justin Iscosoles 2016 – This blend of Cab Sauv, Cab Franc and Merlot from Paso Robles, exhibits a mouthful of complex flavors of cassis, vanilla, black cherry and a bit of cocoa with chewy tannins.
Bin 319 Ancient Peaks Merlot 2017 – This wine opens with dusty aromas of boysenberry, black cherry, vanilla, and toasted oak. A soft, rounded texture delivers mouth-filling flavors of blueberry, blackberry, cinnamon, dark chocolate, and cola. Velvety tannins are finely integrated into a rich, chewy finish.
Bin 320 Quilt 2017 – This Cabernat Sauvignon is from the Wagner family known for their production of Caymus wines. It exhibits a beautiful balance of hazelnut, cocoa and blackberry with a suggestion of licorice, spice and vanilla and persistent soft tannins on the finish.
Bin 321 Hess Select Alomi Vineyard 2017 – This single vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon offers distinct notes of vanilla and spice with classic notes of red fruit and moderate, plush tannins. James Suckling 91 pts
Bin 322 Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon 2018 – Produced by Chuck Wagner, this popular wine from Napa Valley offers a wide variety of aromas and flavors ranging from cocoa, cassis, vanilla, rhubarb and a hint of celery root with soft tannins giving it a complexity of its own.
Bin 323 Boen 2017 – A California Pinot Noir with aromas of dark plum and white pepper, this wine is well-structured and framed by dry Italian herbs with notes of cinnamon and clove spices. Abundant blackberry bramble and touches of maraschino cherry fill the mid-palate. Wine Spectator 91 pts
Sparkling Wines and Champagne
Gruet American Rose – This Pinot Noir from New Mexico, has a pale salmon hue exhibiting wild strawberry and floral notes with a zesty acidity and a delicate mineral finish.
Ruggeri Italian Prosecco – A Glera varietal, pale straw colored, fruity and floral.
Veuve Cliquot Champagne – A French Champagne from Reims founded in 1772 this classic champagne is a splendid blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Meunier. With a hint of creamy mousse, marcona almonds and white cherry it finishes with a toasty minerality and moderate acididty.