This absolute beauty from the former Screaming Eagle Winemaker is a eye-popping and mouth-watering 95pt blend of cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, merlot and petite verdot...and it's quite simply world class. Subtle, but vivid. What a delight! At $39, this will not last long!
A tour-de-force in California Pinot Noir, Belle Glos never disappoints with their generous and extravagant style that resonates with Pinot Noir fans across the globe. Dispensing unprecedented levels (by Pinot Noir standards) of lavish fruits. This is an absolutely STELLAR Pinot Noir for $39 - marked down from it's $55 retail price tag!
Juslyn's 2017 Perry's Blend is 71% Cabernet Sauvignon, 24% Cabernet Franc, and 5% Petit Verdot... and 100% delightful. This treasure of a wine from Napa's famed Spring Mountain District retails at $110 - if you can even find it (the winery is sold out). We have a trove available at $49.99 - that's over 55% off! Get involved guys, this gem will not last long!
A dear friend from Sonoma County introduced us to this wine not long ago and we instantly fell in love... And that was before we knew the extent of it's incredible value! It drinks like it's 2 or even 3x the cost. Seriously. This is legitimately one of our favorite, go-to pinots. Trust me when I tell you to try this wine!
Man oh man. What can we say about Arbe Garbe (well, besides "funny name")? This wine is SO good. This beautiful white wine blend packs a one-two punch in both style and character. It begins with a basket of ripe stone fruits (think peaches, nectarines, apricots) then follows with bright, floral flavors. The body of this wine is rich with a bit of opulence and bright acidity to keep it super fresh. What. A. Delight. Incredibly priced at $35.
This is one of our favorite wines right now. It's just a phenomenal Cabernet blend... and at $32, it's a crazy value. This thoughtful, delicious, cult-style wine should land on everyone's dinner table. Load up on this beauty in time for the holidays! We are LOVING "harvey and harriet".
If you haven't yet tried pinot from Black Kite, boy are you in for a treat. Especially with 15% off the retail price tag! This beauty is a steal at FeinWines price of $45. Wonderfully ripe and vibrant with great balance, this is a truly sophisticated California pinot noir. Hailing from one of our favorite spots for killer pinot grapes, Anderson Valley, this 2018 Kite's Rest will keep you coming back for more. Seriously delicious stuff. Get involved!
An absolutely world class wine (97 points!) from one of the best winemakers under the sun. The 2018 Westwood Legend is a superbly expressive red blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, and Mourvedre. This dynamite bottle retails for $65, but FeinWines has you covered - $49 until it's gone - an absolute steal for this crowd-pleasing, hedonistic delight of a wine!
The Flowers Sonoma Coast Point is just a classic California Pinot Noir. Coming from a cool climate on the Sonoma Coast, we see healthier vines and higher quality wines. This beauty brings intricate flavor development that is unforgettably irresistible and results in this remarkable expression of coastal Pinot Noir. Marked down from $55 to $45, this baby is a steal.
Alexana’s Terroir Series is a blend of individually hand-selected barrels from the winery’s Single-Vineyard Willamette Valley Pinot Noir collection, bringing together distinctly different terroirs from the Dundee Hills, Yamhill Carlton, and Eola Amity. All vineyard components are certified sustainable and planted with eleven separate clones of Pinot Noir, allowing this wine to showcase Willamette Valley’s geological diversity. This is a huge winner at $36 per bottle!
With his first harvest in 1882, Inglenook proprietor Gustave Niebaum set out to make wines to rival the best European masterpieces. Still today, they’re recognized for consistently producing richly captivating and classically styled wines from their vineyards located on the iconic Rutherford Bench. This Rutherford Estate Cabernet Sauvignon represents beautifully the wine that Gustave dreamed about, competing with some of the world’s top Cabernets. $100 marked down to $65!
A winemaker who works with his or her hands is a laborer; a winemaker who works with his hands and brain is a craftsman; but a winemaker who works with her hands, brain and heart is an artist. This 2017 vintage Etagé Project Cab is art. It breaks the mold. We had some of this yesterday for the Super Bowl and knew we needed to get this offer out ASAP. This Valentine's Day special is a No. Freaking. Brainer. This gem of a wine retails for $108 - and you'll see that price when you click the link. BUT we have her marked down to $34 and that's the price you'll see once you click "add to cart" on our partner website at Wine Country Connection. And add to cart you should - this will NOT last long, I promise you!
The 2017 Groth Oakville Cabernet Sauvignon is a gorgeous wine offering terrific richness and intensity. The 2017 benefits from some lots that might have otherwise gone into the Reserve. Super-ripe dark red cherry, pomegranate, mint, cinnamon and rose petal all add nuance, but it is the wine’s balance and overall sense of harmony that stand out the most. This flamboyant Cabernet is a real overachiever. 91 Points - and $60 is a killer price point for this beauty.
Illumination Sauvignon Blanc is Quintessa Estate’s white wine made with the same philosophy and quality standards as their flagship red. Farmed organically and biodynamically, Quintessa’s Vineyards produce wines with precision, heightened complexity, and brilliant overall balance. This 2019 Illumination Sauvignon Blanc is all that and at $39, is an AMAZING deal - down from $50.
Le Pich is one of our best-selling brands of all time. Named after the golden eagle and humbly crafted to be strikingly impressive, stately, and balanced, Le Pich wines inspire without arrogance or boastfulness. The 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon Le Pich is absolutely gorgeous. Ripe, plummy and so enticing, the 2018 offers tremendous appeal and tons of pure pleasure. Dark cherry, plum, mocha, spice and licorice are nicely pushed forward in this gorgeous, mid-weight Cabernet Sauvignon from Julien Fayard. Best of all, the 2018 is a terrific value. 95 Points, $55.
One of Napa's most historic wineries, Far Niente, released the first vintage of Far Niente wine in the modern era, an estate-bottled 1979 Napa Valley Chardonnay that has been a namesake to the winery for decades. Spicy oak and bright acidity complement each other in this well-made white. It shows strong tones of crisp citrus and green apple, building body with integrated woody notes and lasting richness... A world class chardonnay by all accounts. $59. 94 Points
Hand-crafted with collaboration and care, here’s a lovely, boutique, very limited production wine - we instantly fell in love. This one retails at $54 but we have it marked down to $36 - priced perfectly to grab a case or two! Seriously delicious stuff. Get involved!
The 2018 "17" by Pinea is like dancing with Zorro: it’s dark, mysterious, and seriously charming with its elegant nose of violets, dill spice, wild strawberries, blackberries, freshly turned earth, and dark chocolate. The palate is full-bodied with a soft texture and fine-grained tannins that carry into a long finish. This wine is drinking beautifully today and has concentrated flavors with an acid structure that will let the wine age gracefully for the next decade. $49 for this 96 pointer. Beautiful stuff this.
Details Cabernet fuses superior talent, assiduous fruit selection, and rigorous science in creating their value-focused Cabernet. Their team, let by Ryan Knoth, who previously worked under the tutelage of icons David Abreu, Michel Rolland, and Fredrik Johansson at Staglin, handpicks the fruit to precise analytics equating to optimized flavors and aromas. Masterfully blending four of Bordeaux’s top five varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Merlot, and Petit Verdot, then adding Petite Sirah, the winemaking team’s obsessive attention to detail paid off. Their efforts result in an enchanting wine that tastes like it should be much more expensive than the $39 price point.
Encapsulating the breadth of Napa Valley terroir, Tyros Cabernet Sauvignon orchestrates from vineyards spanning the length of Napa Valley, created to be a mindful expression of its varietal, region, and vintage. The makers of Tyros, Silenus winery’s vineyard was a walnut orchard, converted to Cabernet vines in 1968; the family sold fruit for years to Silver Oak, Robert Mondavi, and Inglenook, often being a component in their reserve wines. With triple 90-point reviews and priced at $30, you can’t go wrong with a case.
No wine has ever broken the 100 point scale, but Jayson Woodbridge pushes it to the extreme each year with his Hundred Acre Cabernets. The winery defines the use of impeccable fruit sources, intense farming, and a highly-skilled winemaker. Still, it’s the relentless pursuit of perfection with absolutely no compromises and no single detail overlooked that sets them apart from all others. With 20 perfect 100-Point Scores from Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate, this is among the highest level of wine produced anywhere in the world. In exceptional vintages like 2018, there aren’t enough superlatives to describe it, and with the extreme scarcity now and in upcoming vintages, this is the time to secure yours. $650.
We LOVE Keenan wines. And this 2019 vintage Chardonnay is chief among the reasons why! This treasure starts off with subtle notes of lemon drops and white peaches, giving way to scents of baking bread and honeydew melon. The medium to full-bodied palate has a pleasant oiliness to the texture and great freshness, lifting the stone fruit and citrus layers with a clean, lively finish. If you like Napa Chardonnay, you'll love this one. 90+ points to be sure. $39 is a GREAT price on this guy!
Coho’s motto is to swim against the flow by crafting supremely balanced wines with just enough oak and ripeness to exhibit the purity of their varietals and origin. Proprietor Gary Lipp focuses on Napa Valley’s Coombsville region and select hillside vineyards where cooler temperatures enable the fruit to develop concentrated flavors at ripe sugar levels refreshing, balancing acidity. Purity of fruit and outstanding length are what make this vintage so special. This 2016 release combines 37% Cabernet Sauvignon, with 39% Merlot, and 24% Petite Verdot. After nearly two years in barrel and three more in the bottle, this wine is stunning. Absolutely unreal at less than $50!
Arietta’s Quartet is a Bordeaux-style blend named for its ability to sing with vibrancy and greatness; Quartet is defined in the music world as four instruments or voices joining together in harmony, thus naming this harmonious four varietal blend. The winery has been family-owned since 1996 and has been honored to have the highly talented Andy Erickson as their conductor since 2006. Over the last 16 years, Andy has applied the intricate knowledge and expertise he gained while making wine at some of Napa Valley’s finest estates, including Screaming Eagle, Staglin, Mayacamas, and Harlan Estate. The 2019 release is another nearly flawless vintage with the hedonistic appeal and depth of aroma and flavors very similar to the 2018 bottling but with slightly lower yields giving focused precision, concentration, and intensity. This is the best bottle of wine you can find for $75.
Justin Isosceles made its debut in 1987 as a wine styled after the world-famous First Growths of Bordeaux and has represented the winery’s flagship wine since. Some may have doubted planting Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, and Merlot in Paso Robles; however, the region’s limestone soils are similar to those in Bordeaux, and in addition, the area boasts the most extensive diurnal temperature range in California. The isosceles triangle represents the three varieties that make up the blend, and for 2018 the composition is 83% Cabernet Sauvignon, 9% Merlot, and 8% Cabernet Franc. This wine is just super-smooth - you can enjoy a bottle or two right now, and with a reputation for aging gracefully, it will continue to evolve and be divine through each stage of development. It was an absolute stand-out in our tastings! Pure genius for $59.
Named for a Roman soldier who settled in Bordeaux after receiving land for military service, Galius lives up to its namesake delivering powerful favors with enchanting old-world complexity, depth, and minerality, balanced with military precision. The 2018 Galius commands an impenetrable presence on the palate and has “gorgeous fruit,” as noted by Decanter. At $32, the quality dominates. The blend is 85% Merlot and 15% Cabernet Franc. Merlot offers rich, supple approachability and the Cab Franc, contributes floral lift and heightened refinement. Enchanting nose of sweet leather, ripe blue fruit and even honeyed flowers. Refined, plunging, gorgeous fruit on the palate. 93 Points
The heart of the winemaking philosophy at Flowers is for the wine to express its origin and promote the unique flavors of the rough, rugged, and remote coastal ridges of the Sonoma Coast. Three distinct qualities define the vineyards used to source their Chardonnay: extreme elevation, coastal influence, and sustainable farming practices that together create a haven for growing cool-climate varieties. We love the Chardonnay from this estate, and their appellation 2019 Chardonnay Sonoma Coast is well worth seeking out, revealing a lighter gold hue as well as a crisp, nicely defined bouquet of poached pear, citrus, spice, and hazelnuts. Beautiful on the palate as well, it’s medium-bodied and has nicely integrated acidity, notable balance, and a great finish. A steal at sub $40. 94 Points
This is just an awesome Rosé for $25! The nose is delicate and complex, with summer fruits, peach, pear, some floral notes and gentle citrus fruits. The palate is a wonderful blend of flavours and textures. Balanced impeccably with the acidity, are not cloying or overpowering. The finish is long, tender and refreshing. The overall sensation is of an amazingly refreshing, complex and delicate rosé. Get involved and stock up for warmer days ahead. Just $25!!
Created from the Estate’s most expressive blocks that produce the most concentrated fruit, Rapaura Springs’ Reserve Sauvignon Blanc exemplifies hand-crafted Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc. Purposefully made in a crowd-pleasing style loaded with succulent fruits, guava, and ripe citrus, the 2019 release received a huge score, reflecting a significant value. Man oh man, what a great Savie Biscuit for less than $20!
The Duckhorn name is synonymous with Merlot due to Dan Duckhorn’s passion for the classic Bordeaux varietal, which he initially planted in the Napa Valley in 1978. His love for Merlot started after a trip to Bordeaux, and he vowed to grow it just as beautifully in Napa Valley, improving its reputation in the New World. Duckhorn’s Napa Valley Merlot is a blend of some of the winery’s most iconic vineyards, including the Napa side of Carneros fruit chosen for its proximity to the cooling effects of the Pacific Ocean, which play a vital role in contributing brightness to this wine. This 2019 vintage ranks among their best yet for their beloved Napa Valley Merlot. Marked down to $45 from $56..
Crocker & Starr is where historic land meets legendary winemaking, fueled by a passion for Bordeaux varietals and creating exquisite wines that encapsulate power and balance. The winery’s Estate Vineyard, located in St Helena’s center, was initially planted in the 1870s... Winemaker Evyn Cameron, former oenologist at Cliff Lede, and founding winemaker Pam Starr, former winemaker at Spottswoode, created this wine highlighting Crocker Estate’s diverse terroir, guided by Cabernet Franc’s power and accentuated with equal parts Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, and Petite Verdot. This pedigreed wine is ridiculously great at $58 - a terrific value.
An really different and really good French red wine for $27... “Je t’aime mais j’ai soif” literally means “I love you, but I’m thirsty”. This wine couldn’t be more accurately named. Like, you're great and all, but pass the freakin vino! Trust me on this one: if you enjoy Pinot Noir or top-quality French Beaujolais, you're going to like this. And at $27, why not?