Posts tagged: Napa

COHO’S EXQUISITE NEW RELEASES!

Coho has gained a reputation as a great quality winery and many of you will agree that the past decade has been a great run for the “upstream” guys!  Coho wines generally  fall in “Frank’s Palatable Price Point Range” of $30 – $70 and consistently display excellent taste and quality. 2011 showcases a “Separating the […]

Tuesday September 2nd, 2014 in , , , , | No Comments »

Remarkable Inaugural 3 barrel (70 cases) Napa Red Blend

Two wine industry friends got together they decided to make some great quality wines that would not break the bank. Due to the fact that they don’t have a “middle-man” we are able to offer you their wines at a price well-below where it should be. So don’t want too long to jump on this […]

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Killer Napa Cab 25% OFF ~ Made by Aaron Pott – Vineyard Managed by Jim Barbour

Adler Deutsch 2011 Cabernet “Estate” St. Helena, Napa Retail 92.00 – GGWC 69.99 FREE SHIPPING on SIX or more Use discount code ADV11CS upon checkout The Story: Adler Deutsch Vineyard is located on the edge of the acclaimed West Rutherford Bench. Its soils are composed of Bale loam, rounded gravel and cobbled stones, providing good water drainage. This 2.17 […]

Wednesday June 25th, 2014 in , , , , , | No Comments »

Philippe Melka’s latest Cabernet-vaganza

When you have two of the best people in industry at the helm, you can only expect the best of the best.  Philippe Melka (winemaker) and Jim Barbour (vineyard manager extraordinaire) have turned the old Long Vineyards (remember this great vineyard site from days past?) into a top notch producer.  Gandona is rooted in tradition […]

Winemaker of the Year’s stunning Chardonnay

Bello is the story of a young boy with a dream, he wanted to be a champion.  He became very successful with his residential construction business, but that was not enough.  In 2000 he purchased a prime property in the Rutherford Bench district of Napa and began construction of this amazing site.  He hired David […]

Friday September 13th, 2013 in , , , , , , | No Comments »

Cultivar 2009 Cabernet Franc, Napa – 30% OFF

Sommelier turned winemaker Dan O’Brien and Julien Fayard (Winemaker at Azur and Atelier Philippe Melka) crafted this fun 161 case Cabernet Franc production from a stunning vineyard source in Oakville! Cultivar 2009 Cabernet Franc, Oakville Napa Valley Retail 53.00 – GGWC SPECIAL 37.50 on six or more (FREE SHIPPING on 12) Use discount code “CULTIVAR09CF” […]

Wednesday August 8th, 2012 in , , , , , | No Comments »

Best White of 2012!

How do I pronounce Picayune? {pi-ka-’yun} What does Picayune mean? Picayune was a Spanish coin worth half of the value of a “Real” {re-al} How does that relate to the wine? When buying Picayune, you are buying prestigious wine at half price. Altogether, this is a venture of high quality at even better prices! Picayune […]

Tofanelli beats many Zins in a blind tasting!

Vince Tofanelli recently poured at our Valentine’s Day Tasting and wowed many with his great wines and personality. As you might know Tofanelli grows a lot more than what he produces and Turley is one of his biggest clients!  That said, the following day we conducted a bind tasting of 10 great Zins (Martinelli G&L, […]

Wine of the year winemaker has the wind in his sails! 3 HOT new releases!

With Ehren Jordan  (Turley Cellars and Failla winery) as your winemaker and a top sommelier as your founding partner it is no surprise that you create some of the best wines money can buy!  This venture really has a lot of wind in its sails and is cruising along nicely, but if snooze you will […]

UnOrthodox wine at an UnOrthodox price.

This wine comes with a twist and a story. An aspiring winemaker is woken up in the middle of the night when police, ATF, IRS and other agents (guns drawn) rush in with a search and arrest warrant for his roommate.  Apparently the roommate had “stashed” large quantities of collector wines in his second bedroom. […]

Tuesday November 22nd, 2011 in , , , , , , | No Comments »