Made from Delta and Sonoma grapes, this is a fine Cab if you’re looking for something relatively plush at an everyday price. It’s soft, with melted chocolate and intense blackberry pie flavors, with a nice edge of spice.
This fruit-forward Sauvignon is a creative blend of Monterey and Amador, combining ripe Sierra Foothills fruit with coastal acidity. Figs, citrus fruits, melons, peaches, green apples, the fruit goes on and on.
A good example of a California Sauvignon Blanc, this white shows citrus, hay, fig and spicy green-melon flavors. It’s dry and crisp, making it balanced, and a good accompaniment to food.
This is a nice, savory, fruity Sauvignon Blanc that’s versatile at the table. It’s crisp in acidity, with the flavors of pineapples, limes and vanilla. Good with everything from fried chicken to Chinese food.
This Zin seems to have lots of hot-climate fruit, for it’s very soft in structure and very ripe. With pleasant raspberry, red currant and black pepper flavors, it’s a little simple, but clean and easy to drink.