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Carefully selected, the wines represent both classic and unique expressions of your favorite grape varieties while showcasing old world and new world regions. The list is approachable, affordable, and definitely memorable. You will find options meant for pairing with a great meal or just relaxing on the front porch. Choose your own or enjoy our favorites, brought to you by our curated wine bundles!

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Bodegas Pinord ‘Más y Más’ Cava
Catalonia, Spain NV - $26Read More

Bodegas Pinord (the name means "Pine from the North") has over a hundred years of wine-making experience in the Penedès region of north-eastern Spain. Combining traditional methods inherited from their ancestors and state-of-the-art technology, the Tetas family produces wines and cavas that are recognized for their quality. The +&+ (Más y Más in Spanish) Cava comes from organic vineyards and is vinified in the traditional sparkling manner from local grapes.

Taille Aux Loups ‘Brut Tradition’
Montlouis-Sur-Loire, France NV - $39Read More

Certified organic sparkling Chenin Blanc from the truly iconic winemaker, Jacky Blot. Blot brought a passion and exacting determination to make wines of only the highest quality, well beyond the norm of the day. Now more than 25 years later, Blot is the acknowledged pioneer of the region and is credited with having taken Chenin Blanc to unprecedented heights of quality. The 'Brut Tradition' wine has notes of pears and jasmine, and is very easy and fun to drink. (This is a Starr favorite!)

Domaine les Pierres Écrites ‘Les Pierres en Bulles’ Brut Rosé
Touraine, France NV - $43Read More

Les Pierres en Bulles (meaning stones in bubbles) Brut Rosé is a blend of 60% Gamay, 30% Grolleau and 10% Malbec. The three varieties are harvested when fully ripe and are vinified together. The juice is selected to give the most fine and elegant bubbles possible and to express the vinous essence of these Loire varieties. Plus, who doesn't love pink bubbles!

Domaine Arnaud Lambert, Brézé Rosé
Crémant de Loire, France NV $45Read More

Arnaud Lambert's goal is to rediscover each individual terroir and its potential through organic viticulture and less-is-more, precise winemaking. He makes his crémants in the traditional Champagne methods, which -- grown on the estate’s chalkiest soils -- can hold their own against some of the great, classic Champagnes. This sparkling rosé is made with primarily Cabernet Franc grapes and is great for any occasion! Expect notes of bright red berry fruit with notes of orange and Meyer lemon.

Domaine François Mikulski
Crémant de Bourgogne, France NV - $50Read More

Luckily for us and the world of wine, François Mikulski spent his formative summers in Burgundy and was determined that he would one day make wine himself. He has relentlessly pursued his authenticity, purity and elegance through acute attention to biological balance in the vineyard and terroir minded practices in the cellar. His crémant is a lively, minerally-driven sparkling wine made from all hand-harvested and organically grown grapes. Plus, it's truly a great alternative to Champagne!

White Wines

Melon de Bourgogne – Domaine de La Pépière ‘La Pépie’
Muscadet Sèvre-et-Maine, France 2019 - $32Read More

Pépière has become the gold standard for naturally grown Muscadet in a region where historically little consideration was given to chemical-free agriculture, individual terroir expression or the potential ageability of the wines. 'La Pépie’ is the benchmark style of the estate: Racy, crisp, acid- and mineral-driven, with a bare hint of richness from the sur lie factor, very much indicative of Pépière's granite-based terroir and clean, natural wine-making style.

Pinot Grigio – Franco Noussan ‘Blanc du Tzanté’
Valle d'Aosta, Italy 2017 - $38Read More

In the breathtakingly beautiful alpine region of Val d’Aosta, Franco Noussan and his wife Gabriella have a total of 18 tiny, scattered parcels, which they work themselves by hand and organically. They make the wines in the tiny garage under their hillside house, using a hand press, natural yeasts and a mix of steel tanks, botti and old barriques. Intense sunshine, cold nights, poor, rocky soils and restraint in the cellar add up to ripe but dark-fruited, structured, savory, mineral wines.

Sauvignon Blanc – Domaine Pastou ‘Vieilles Vignes’
Sancerre, France 2019 - $41Read More

Pastou Sancerre is made with fruit from 40 year old vines, all hand-harvested, and is bottled unfined and unfiltered. Minerally-driven, beautiful Sancerre fruit with great value. Aromas of lime and lemon zest, a touch of flint, notes of crisp pear, grapefruit, and kumquat.

Albariño – Atalier by Raúl Pérez ‘A Cruz Das Ánimas’
Rías Baixas, Spain 2018 - $40Read More

Atalier is the exciting new Rías Baixas Albariño project from legendary winemaker Raúl Pérez. A Cruz das Ánimas’ (which translates to “The Crossroads of Souls”) is nothing short of explosive. This unique albariño goes through no malolactic fermentation and is aged in neutral French oak barrels. The result is a wine with bright minerality, quince notes on the palate, and razor-sharp acidity.

Chardonnay – Capitelles des Fermes
Languedoc-Roussillon, France 2018 - $25Read More

The vines of this French chardonnay are grown in limestone soils, the juice is fermented in stainless steel, and the wine sees no oak. The finished product has a fruity and flowery nose, and is well-balanced and structured on the palate. There is a solid expression of the soil in which it has grown with a citrus and mineral finish.

Chardonnay – Au Bon Climat
Santa Barbara County, California 2018 - $39Read More

Producer Jim Clendenen has been making Burgundian style wines in Santa Barbara since 1982. Santa Barbara has the climate and terroir to allow Au Bon Climat to consistently make balanced and lively wines. This chardonnay is fermented in French oak barrels and then undergoes a secondary complete malolactic fermentation. The final product: Flinty and stony aromas with a background of spice from barrel aging. The palate finishes with notes of lemon-lime and soft vanilla.  

Riesling – Josef Leitz, ‘Dragonstone’
Rheingau, Germany 2018 - $38Read More

Under the direction of Johannes Leitz, Weingut Josef Leitz has earned the reputation of being one of Rheingau’s top growers and moreover, one of the finest producers in Germany. The fruit comes from vineyards in the Upper Rheingau predominately comprised of loess and loam soils. It is pressed, fined and then fermented in 100% stainless steel. This is a super-delicious, feinherb style Riesling (18 grams/liter) that is balanced with crisp acidity, juicy aromatics and is dangerously drinkable. And we feel it's an unbeatable value!

Rosé Wines

Domaine Le Galantin
Provence, France 2018 - $34Read More

Céline Pascale brought renewed energy to this family Domaine when she took over from her father Achille Pascale 20 years ago. Fresh red berries, citrus fruits and pungent flowers are present on the mineral-accented nose. The wine is light and crisp on the palate, offering bitter cherry, red currant and orange zest flavors that flesh out and turn sweeter with air. The finish is persistent, which leaves hints of lavender and fennel behind.

Jean-Paul Picard
Sancerre, France 2019 - $44Read More

Rosé made from Pinot Noir grapes, planted in a clay/limestone soil lending minerality to the wine. The grapes are manually harvested and fermented with mainly indigenous yeasts. Jean-Paul Picard makes a Sancerre rosé that is every bit as compelling as his Sancerre Blanc. Unabashedly purist in style, this wine exhibits the pure essence of Pinot Noir: Strawberry and raspberry fruit, chalky minerals, earthy counterpoints to the fruit, and vivid acidity.

Sandhi Rosé
Sta. Rita Hills, California 2019 - $47Read More

Sandhi, an ancient Sanskrit word meaning alliance or collaboration, reflects the partnership of its creators. Founded in 2010 by Rajat Parr, the wine director for Mina Group restaurants, Charles Banks, the former owner of Jonata Wines and Screaming Eagle, and esteemed winemaker Sashi Moorman, Sandhi Wines is a boutique California winery focusing on select Santa Barbara County vineyards. The individual vineyards from which these grapes originate–some legendary, some new–have been exhaustively vetted for character and personality.  Sandhi is dedicated to making this rosé made from Pinot Noir grapes, a wine of finesse, minerality, acidity, structure and balance.

Red Wines

Pinot Noir – Shelter Winery, ‘Lovely Lilly’
Baden, Germany 2018 - $36Read More

Organic Pinot Noir from Baden, Germany. The husband-and-wife team from Shelter Winery has spent the last decade in the nooks and crannies of the wine-geek world, slowly building a reputation for pristine, delicate Pinot Noirs. Rich and refreshing, the Lovely Lilly has a strong mineral backbone and a touch of smokiness that gives way to a mid-palate that is full of perfumed fruit.

Pinot Noir – Roots Wine Company ‘Klee’
Willamette Valley, Oregon 2018 - $43Read More

Natural (and vegan!) Pinot Noir from the Willamette Valley. The wine is fermented with indigenous yeasts and aged in French oak barrels for 10 months. Heady aromas of cedar, mushroom, earth and black cherry emerge from the glass. On the palate, the fruit-driven wine shows soft tannins and flavors of dark cherry compote, strawberry leather, stewed plums and rose oil.

Sangiovese – La Gerla ‘Poggio gli Angeli’
Tuscany, Italy 2018 - $31Read More

100% Sangiovese from the Brunello di Montalcino region (although not classified as such). La Gerla, a very highly regarded producer in the wine world, was founded in 1976 by the late Sergio Rossi when he purchased the property from another celebrated Brunello di Montalcino producer, Biondi-Santi. The vines are young at 15 years old which leads to a fresh, easy to drink expression.

Merlot Blend – Château La Grolet
Côtes de Bourg, Bordeaux, France 2017 - $38Read More

Owners Jean-Luc and Catherine Hubert joined by their son, Guillaume, and daughter, Rachel, farm the estate and make the wines themselves, and represent the largest certified Biodynamic estate in the region. This Bordeaux wine comes from clay and gravel soil in the Côtes de Bourg, which brings out supple fruit and spicy notes. A blend of mostly Merlot with Cab Sauv, it's a concentrated, robust wine with classic notes of red cassis, graphite, and a great tannic structure.

Grenache + Syrah – Paul Autard
Côtes du Rhône, France 2018 - $34Read More

From rocky vineyards literally a stone’s throw from Autard's Châteauneuf sites. The vines average 45 year old, with the oldest being 75 year old, this is a very serious Côtes du Rhône. Autard’s Côtes du Rhône is a smoky, complex wine, loaded with warm raspberry fruit, showing many of the best attributes of Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

Cabernet Franc – J.M. Raffault ‘Les Picasses’
Chinon, France 2017 - $39Read More

The Raffault family began cultivating vines in Chinon 14 generations ago. Today, they practice organic farming and their wines are made with indigenous yeast. The soil in the 'Les Picasses' vineyard is a blend of limestone and clay with small stones over a subsoil of pure limestone, imparting serious structure to the wine. It is a wine of great flavor intensity – minerally-tinged black cherry and kirsch – and can be aged for many years.

Cabernet Sauvignon – Hudson Rock
Lodi, California 2015 - $30Read More

Hudson Rock Cabernet is sourced from the area of Lodi, California. This plush ripe Cabernet is full of red fruits, red plum, and dark cherry. The secondary flavors of brown spice and licorice root fill in nicely behind the fruit characteristics. Fine grained tannins meet you at the finish line coupled with a dusting of freshly kneaded dough and a hint of vanilla. Please enjoy while it is fresh and vibrant, this wine performs way above its class!

Cabernet Sauvignon – Valravn
Sonoma County, California 2017 - $40Read More

With two California wine veterans running the show, Valravn Cabernet has very exclusive (and secret!) access to grapes from fantastic vineyards. Cassis, black cherry and blackberry fruit are accompanied by opulent notes of dark chocolate, espresso roast, and graphite. Silky tannins with amazing richness on the palate. Reminiscent of classic ripe-vintage Bordeaux, this wine appeals to Napa Cabernet and Bordeaux drinkers alike. Accessible and crowd-pleasing, but not a simple wine!

Whether you are a connoisseur or an aspiring oenophile, we think that a great glass of grapes makes everything better. We hope you like our recommendations!

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