The list below is by no means our full inventory, but rather, is our menu of featured wines of the week, to help you select.  When you call to order, we can discuss inventory not listed here, as well as guide you through our spirits.

KEY: (B) – Biodynamic, (O) – Organic, (V) – Vegan-friendly (N)- Certified Natural Producer 

As always, we are happy to curate your selections for you. Tell us what kind of wines you like and at what price point, and we will put together an order for you, for curbside pickup or free delivery. 518-828-6411 


Red Wine $20 and under

Chateau La Grave Cahors 2021- French Malbec from Cahors — hearty and full bodied, with red berry and darker fruits, spice and earth. An excellent change-up from your February, weeknight Cotes-du-Rhone. Perfect with a burger or pork chop. Imported by Kermit Lynch.( $20)

CVNE Vina Real Crianza Rioja 2019- Spicy black berries and red cherries on the nose with a touch of liquorice. The palate is fresh and juicy but with nice depth to the lingering finish and rounded tannins. A crowd-pleasing Rioja; perfect for sausage and mash or tomato-based pasta dishes. ($20)

Altos Las Hormigas Tinto 2021 – A blend of Malbec, Bondarda and Semillon. No oak aging. Fresh and lively with easy tannins and charming red and black fruits. ($13)

La Manarine Cotes du Rhone 2021 – A 100% Grenache Rosenthal classic. Plush, comforting, full-bodied wine that speaks of the garrigue of the region. ($17)

Broadbent Douro Red 2020-  On the nose, the wine has aromas of fresh blackberry, dark cherry, black plum, and blueberry, with secondary notes of violets, purple lilacs, cracked pepper, and dried herbs. On the palate, the wine is medium in body with pleasant acidity, fresh dark fruit, medium tannin, and a fruit-driven finish. The perfect everyday red.

Domaine Altugnac Pinot Noir 2022 – Vibrant and lean with fresh red berry fruit flavors, soft tannins and a moderate finish. (O) ($17)

Le Petit Oursan-Grenache, Merlot & Syrah from Chateauneuf producer Bois de Boursan, imported by Rosenthal. Balanced between dark fruit, savory herbs, and pepper– a definitive, Rhone-terroir red.($17)

De Forville Barbera d’Alba 2021 – A well-balanced medium bodied wine from Piemonte featuring red currant and nutmeg with a firm, mineral backbone.  Rustic and approachable! ($20) 

Prima Piuma Monferrato Rosso 2021 – Piemonte blend of Grignolino and Barbera – fresh and vibrant, with high-toned, crunchy cranberry and tangy dark berry fruit flavors, hints of violets and a stony, saline mineral note. Fine-grained tannins are balanced by vibrant acidity. (O) ($20)

Michel Guignier Beaujolais 2022 – Guignier’s 2022 Beaujolais bursts with aromas of Morello cherries, sweet berries and toasted almonds, followed by a medium to full-bodied, fleshy palate that’s succulent and enveloping. Produced from certified organic vineyards, this is a great value! (O) ($19) 

Poppy Cabernet Sauvignon 2020 – Berry, black cherry and currant flavors with hints of vanilla and mocha thanks to a year in small French oak barrels. Well-balanced, medium-full bodied and a smooth, easy finish. ($19) 

Chateau Moulin de Canhaut 2016 -A rare gem, given the category! A blend of Merlot & Cab Sauvignon, this Cru Bourgeois from the Medoc is medium bodied & energetic, offering black cherry, blackberry, tobacco and truffle notes — pretty, expressive, affordable Bordeaux. (O) ($20) 

Powers Merlot 2018 – Dark toned fruit, with hints of vanilla and cedar. Fuller-bodied and lifted with medium tannins and a long, complex finish.($20)

Vorspannhof Mayr Zweigelt 2021 – Liter sized, light, organic Austrian red. Dry, with berry fruit and a hint or smoky minerality. Great with a chill. ($19)

White, Orange & Rosé $20 and under

‘Aransat’ Orange 2021- Delicious skin-contact wine from Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Grigio. Made in Friuli, Italy, this affordable orange wine offers subtle nutty, peach and savory tea notes. ($19)

Teres Antique Les Secrets D’un Terroir Rosé 2021 – A light, mineral driven patio sipper from Provence, with hints of citrus and red berries. Clean, fresh and quaffable. ($14)

Le Teuf Rosé-Organic and biodynamic Southern French Cab Franc/Merlot rosé. Dry, refreshing and bright with red berry fruit, lime, and a sunny, salty finish. ($16)

Les Trois Domaines Cotes de Gascogne- A Gascogne blend with tart acidity, bright citrus, minerality and hints of apple, peach and almond. Crisp and zippy, with only 11% alcohol, it is an excellent pairing with lighter fare, sushi, salads or nothing at all. ($13)

Pepiere Muscadet-Sleek and steely, from grapes grown biodynamically on the chalk & gravel soils of the westernmost Loire. Bright acidity, chalky minerality, tart stone fruit & green apple, with a touch of sea-shell brine. ($19)

Gobelsburg Gruner- Tangy, crisp, with green pear and guava fruit. Dry, no oak,  lovely balance… a delight! ($19)

Vorspannhof Mayr Gruner- Light, bone dry and racy, with plenty of fresh green apple and pear fruit, a little citrus zing and a hint of spicy white pepper. ($19) 

Il Forte Gavi- Gavi from the heart of Gavi — lifted and delicate with hints of lemony citrus, green apple and a hint of almond. Perfect for starters, cheese, and seafood. ($15)

Domaine de Villargeau Coteaux Du Giennois Sauvignon Blanc 2022 – The younger sibling to Sancerre with great value! This unoaked, high acid white shines with bright green apple, and white flowers.  ($19) (O) 

Mount Riley Sauvignon Blanc 2022 – Juicy and dry, this is quintessential New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc. Like biting into a fresh grapefruit. ($16)

Antxiola Blanco Getariako-Txakolina 2023 – Fresh, with a hint of sea salty aromas. Balanced citrus finish. Apple based aroma, that offers white flowers and sweet citrus. Intense and full of energy, clean bright colored, with lime green tones. Light and smooth. Fermentation in stainless steel. Great pairing with raw bar, shellfish and white flakey fish in an herbal/savory preparation. ($19.50) 

Les 3 Domaine La Croix Blanche 2023 – It has fresh acidity and bright citrus fruit thanks to the Sauvignon Blanc, while the Colombard (best known for its use as one of the grapes used in Armagnac production) adds complexity, minerality and hints of apple, peach and almond. This wine has excellent, tart acidity for mouthwatering freshness. Crisp and zippy, with only 11% alcohol, it is an excellent pairing with lighter fare, sushi, salads or nothing at all. ($13) 

Red $30 and under 

Domaine Brusset Côtes du Rhône Villages Cairanne Les Travers 2022 – A full-bodied blend of 60% Grenache, 20% Syrah and 10% each Carignan and Mourvèdre, this wine offers silky tannins, and notes of blackcurrant, cherry and a dusting of cocoa, pepper and spice on the long finish. ($25)

Quenard Chignan Gamay 2023-From 30 year old vines in the French Alps, this Gamay offers bold raspberry & black-berry fruit, a touch of pomegranate, mountain-minerality and refreshing acidity to carry through. Light to medium bodied, vividly expressive and perfect with roast chicken, pork, duck, or a charcuterie and cheese board.  ($26)

Los Bermejos Listan Negro 2022 This medium-bodied red is low in tannins, with a core of juicy fruit. It is minerally, with a whisper of smoke, notes of dark rhubarb and raspberry bramble and a hint of allspice. Aged 5 months in French oak. Try it with smoked meats, charcuterie and game. ($29) 

Riofavara Speccaforno 2020- The white, chalky subsoil in Eloro, at Sicily’s southeastern tip, retains moisture, allowing for elegant, balanced wines in an otherwise hot, dry environment. Dark and smooth, this Nero d’Avola is generous but not heavy, with suggestions of black cherry, licorice, and spice leading to a long, minerally finish. ($28) 

Rubin Diaz Garnacha Cebreros 2021- 100% Garnacha — full-bodied, but energetic, expressive and a joy to drink.  From 75+ year old vines tended in a mountainous region just west of Madrid. Crunchy dark cherry & red plum fruits, smooth tannins & bright minerality make this a treat with pork or a steak. ($26) 

Domaine Pellé Rouge 2021 – Light, red berry fruit with a bit of earth and a smooth, dry finish, this organic, biodynamic, small-production bottling is painstakingly-made; and it’s all about purity and drinkability. Great with Sunday night roast chicken, and ($30) a bottle. 

Paitin Serra Barbera d’Alba 2022 – The grapes are grown in the Serraboella di Neive e Rivoli di Alba – Langhe region. This organic Barbera packs powerful freshness, graced by smoky blackberry, plum, graphite and black pepper flavors with a juicy and chalky finish. (O) ($25) 

Gatto Grosso Vino Rosso 2020 – Cherry, raspberry, and blueberry. A gluggable red blend with Sangiovese, Canaiolo, and Mammolo. A lively and a juicy red wine in a liter bottle. A wonderful Glou Glou wine! $25 (O)

Santa Anna Chianti- Fresh, silky with vibrant bright red cherries, hints of licorice & wet stone. Smooth texture, beautiful balance, dry and  imported by Rosenthal ($22)

Bellande Willamette Pinot Noir 2022- Stellar-value, Oregon Pinot Noir.  Organic, just medium bodied fruit shows hints of raspberry, strawberry & cranberry — think baby Chambolle Musigny, at $28!  Pair with roast chicken, duck, salmon and summer fare.  

Au Bon Climat Pinot Noir 2021 – The late, great Jim Clendenen was the maestro behind the Burgundy-inspired Au Bon Climat for over three decades.  This is lush strawberry, clove, and cola from Santa Barbara that is a stellar value in its price range year after year. ($29) 

Chateau de Grandchamp Bordeaux 2019- An organic blend of Merlot & Cabernet Franc from limestone clay soils on Bordeaux’s Right Bank near Saint-Emilion. Rich, smooth & dry, with a touch of earth, freshness & silky tannins. Imported by Polaner. A versatile, delicious house wine to pair with holiday feasting.($25) (O,N) 



White, Rosé & Orange $30 and under

Umathum Rosa Rosé 2022 – Brilliant raspberry colored, Austrian rosé made from Blaufankisch, Sankt Laurent and Zweigelt with flavors of red berries, red currants and spice. Fine and smooth with a long finish. ($25)

Goisot Bourgogne Cotes d’Auxerre 2022-  This certified biodynamic Chardonnay comes from northern Burgundy, grown in terroir rich in limestone. 100% Chardonnay, no oak,  with precise acidity and refinement.($28)

Murgo Etna Bianco 2023- Sicilian, savory white. The high aide of Carricante (70%) is balanced by the soft texture of Catarratto (30%). Fermented and aged in stainless steel to preserve the crisp acidity and juicy freshness or Etna Bianco. Elegant and clean ($26)

Zahel Orange T 2022 – From the Austrian wine-growing region Vienna – a fresh, lively white made from grapes with orange-tinted skin, hence the name Orangetraube–this is not ‘orange,’ or ‘skin-contact’ wine. A fantastic aperitif, with notes of pink grapefruit and lemon. Great minerality and lively acidity.($29)

Zarate Albariño 2023- Only 3700 cases a year are made of this brilliant, dry Albariño from 40+ year old vines on granite soils in Spain’s Rias Baixas. Organic, biodynamic, no-oak, well-cut, crisp & mineral-driven with hints of white fruit and citrus. HWM’s delicious and pristine, go-to Albariño. Imported by Polaner. ($29 )

I Pastini Faraone Verdeca 2021-Kermit Lynch’s first import from Puglia, an organic white wine from a limestone plateau a few hundred meters above the Adriatic. 100% Verdeca grapes, this no-oak white shows hints of ginger, lime blossom & salty melon, and finishes crisp & dry. A sunny-day hit, and perfect seafood pairing. ($27)

Los Bermejos Diego Seco 2023 Crisp, refreshing and fascinating with flavors of salty winds and smoky minerals, savory umami, and notes of toasted nuts, lemon zest, and a powerfully saline finish. Fermented in stainless steel and aged three months on its lees.($29)

Palai Muller Thurgau – A hybrid of Kerner & Riesling grown at high elevation in the Dolomites. Brilliantly bone dry, fresh & delicate with flavors of peach, citrus and mineral. ($23)

Los Bermejos Rosato 2023Smoky and succulent with ripe strawberries, herbs, blood orange, mint & stony minerals. Lifted, bright & refreshing, this remarkable Canary Island pink is light enough for an aperitif, but with concentrated flavor & minerality that make it perfect for seafood, cheese and spring veggies. ($29)

Kabaj Ravan Zeneni 2018 – This Slovenian skin-contact white is made from Zeleni Sauvignon grapes, known as Tocai Friulano in Italy. It’s medium bodied and dry, with salty citrus-skin, orchard fruit, tea notes and minerality. Precise, impeccably balanced, world-class wine. ($30) 

Von Winning Sauvignon Blanc 2022 Lip-smacking Sauv Blanc from Pfaltz, Germany, with flavors of gooseberry and lime, herbal undertones, refreshing acidity and a long, juicy finish. Refreshing, zippy & bright – perfect as an aperitif, w/fresh salads & goat cheese. ($24)

Ciro Picariello Fiano Di Avellino 2022- Smokey, flinty Fiano from the volcanic soils of Campania. Bright with citrus & green apple, wild herbs, savory spice and crushed stone minerality. Extended lees-time adds texture to balance the refreshing acidity. Excellent with seafood and roast chicken. ($28) 

Domaine Sylvain Bailly Sancerre Terroirs 2023 – Bright citrus fruit mingles with notes of wet stone and minerals. Impeccably focused with laser-like, crisp acidity. Made with spontaneous fermentation and aged on the lees. This wine is jammed full with minerals, citrus and and rich, melon fruit. An ideal food-friendly white wine. ($30)



Red Wine $30++

Olga Raffault Chinon, Les Picasses 2017 – Aromas of morello cherry, red currant, blackberry and prune with hints of licorice, earth and black pepper. The palate shows silky tannins and sappy red and black fruits with chalky minerals and a firm acidity. Earthy prune, plum and cherry fruits linger in the long finish. 100% Cabernet Franc. (39)

Malsert Syrah 2022- A biodynamic N. Rhone Syrah that’s fresh & energetic, with purple flower, peppercorn and olive flavors. Medium bodied, made to enjoy now! Pair with lamb or steak, or cheese and charcuterie. ($34)

MIA Mercurey Rouge- We love Burgundy, and this stand-out is from Polaner’s organic, biodynamic vigneron in Mercurey– flavors of cherries, dried roses & a hint of leather make this silky, concentrated, lithe Pinot Noir a excellent value. ($50)

Contrada Palui Valpolicella 2022- A gorgeous, light-hued Northern Italian red that’s bright, spicy & delicious. At only 11.5% alcohol, this is not your typical Valpolicella; it’s from the appellation’s highest altitude vineyards and shows fresh strawberry, raspberry & subtle floral notes, with just enough tannins & a classic spine through to the finish. Perfect for ham, charcuterie, cheese plates and pastas. ($35)

Dva Duby Frankovka 2018- From 68 year old blaufränkisch vines in the Czech Republic, this delicious, dry, light red shows strawberry & raspberry fruit, along with savory notes, smoke & leather. It’s elegant, complex, unique, & great with pork, duck & game. ($33)

Slamdance Koöperative 2021 A blend of Valdiguie, Black Malvoise and Pinot St. George — red grape varieties grown in Cali prior to prohibition. Dark cherry, raspberry & elderberry fruit, with undertones of lavender & black pepper. Pure & zippy, with a bright, long finish. Minimal intervention; only 150 cases produced. ($55)

Passorosso Etna Rosso 2021 –A blend of Nerello Mascalese from 80-100 year old vines along the Northern side of Mount Etna. A stellar example of Etna terroir – expect crunchy, herbal and slightly smoky red berry fruit, with polished tannins, hints of cedar, balsamic and savory spice. ($45) 

Hardin Cabernet Sauvignon 2021 Deep, rich & plush with classic Napa Cab fruit. Black plum, dark cherry and spice, along with beautiful balance, make this a treat — notably vibrant and lifted for West Coast Cab.( $44) 

COS Frappato 2022- The new vintage of this natural Sicilian producer’s light, chillable red is in, and just in time for summer. Made from 100% Frappato, this wine shows wild strawberry and savory herb notes. Light on its feet, it’s supple, pretty & expressive. A perfect compliment for all sorts of summer fare. (O)(B)(N)( $32) 

Phillipe Viret Emergence 2014- “Emergence” comes from a vineyard of deep clay & limestone pebbles planted to Grenache, Syrah & Carignan. It ferments in cement for 45 days & spends a staggering 5 years in well-used oak casks with no sulfur added. “Emergence” evolves into a dense, expressive, remarkably complex wine, reminiscent of Châteauneuf-du-Pape from an old master such as Henri Bonneau. Beguiling tannins allow for a supple mouthfeel. This is age-worthy wine that needs 40 minutes of air before serving, though it is already near 10 years old! Perfect with stew, lamb & braised meats. ($55)




White, Orange & Rosé Wine $30+++

Domaine Bagnol Cassis Rosé 2023-Just two hundred meters from the sea, vines here were first planted in the 12th Century.  Made from Grenache, Cinsault and Mourvedre, this lightly-hued Provencal rosé is medium-bodied & energetic, offering dried current, strawberry & citrus aromas. Along with its Mediterranean-suffused briny magic, look for purity of texture, white Burgundy-like structure & a crisp finish. ($36)

Pavese Ermes Blanc de Morgex et de la Salle 2021 – Made from a grape called Prié Blanc, this wine comes from extremely high altitude, just minutes from the summit of Mont Blanc. Mountain flowers, rocky minerality, great acidity, layers of delicious interest. ($36)

Chateau Peyrassol  Cotes De Provence 2023 –  From one of the oldest estates in Provence this Rose is pale pink in color with fresh, lively fruit and acidity to match. All stainless steel fermentation helps this wine retain its fruit filled aromas and freshness. Currently converting to Organic Farming ($30)

Lambert Saumur Blanc Clos du Midi 2022- Chenin Blanc grown in the Loire’s Saumur region is known for its bright, citrus flavors & pronounced minerality; this is no exception — a vivid, dry white showing orchard fruit, citrus, subtle sandalwood & white flower, and a notable sea-salt finish. Highly recommended, certified organic. ($34)

Bailly Marchand Sancerre 2022- Organic & biodynamic, Bailly Sancerre is textbook stuff — a crisp, bright, dry, no oak Sauvignon Blanc that’s vivid and well-cut. The family has made wine on their 12 hectares of chalky-soil vineyards since the 1700s! Look for mineral, citrus & hints of more exotic fruits — imported by Polaner. It’s tough to get good Sancerre these days, and this is from a top producer’s best vineyards. ($33)

Vinadores De Gredos La Bota De Dore NV- This tiny-production Spanish white is made by Reuben Diaz, an immensely talented vintner. Made from 100% Chassales Dores grapes grown in granite soils, this is a show-stopper –salty, nutty  flavors blend beautifully with pear, quince, floral notes, minerality, good framing acidity, concentration and delineation. Really.  Simply a spectacular dry white with hints of sherry flavor. Perfect with cheese, charcuterie and olives — I polished off a bottle by accident with salmon. ($39 )

Gaioz Sopromadze 6X 2021- Singular & delicious, a Georgian white blended from six grapes– Tsolikouri Mtsvane, Tsolikouri Melqo, Tsiska Yellow, Tsiska Green, Krakhuna Green & Krakhuna Yellow. It shows crisp, dry pear flavor, rich peach, orange blossom, lemon peel & an underpinning of more autumnal notes. Med-bodied & dry, with enough acidity to keep it lively. ($34)

Hautes Cotes De Beaune Blanc Couleuvraire  2022- 100% Chardonnay, a baby Saint-Aubin, if you will, with its core of yellow fruit and white flower. Medium-bodied, bright refreshing and dry. ($37)

Domaine Pelle Vignes de Ratier Menetou-Salon Morogues 2022 – Bright, fresh with soft texture, smooth, this wine offers ripe white fruits. Laced with acidity, perfumed, hinting at the scent of lemon. A mineral driven wine from a single parcel, it is ready to drink. Great with seafood, salads and poultry. (O) ($36) 

Domaine Sylvain Bailly Sancerre Chene Marchand 2022 – Beautifully balanced with minerals, citrus and exotic fruit notes. Stainless steel aging. Chene Marchand is considered to be one of the two greatest vineyards in Bué. 50+ year vines grown from solid chalky limestone bedrock with just a thin clay covering. (O) ($35)

Donnhoff Kreuznacher Kahlenberg Riesling 2021 –  At once generous and crisp with plenty of pear and fresh-pineapple character, then a long chalky finish that reminds you of Chablis. From organically grown grapes (O) ($48)

Punta Crena Vermentino 2022 – 100% Ligurian Vermentino that, with six months on the lees, is medium bodied & richly textured, yet balanced & bright with good acidity. Citrus-scented freshness and ocean brine come together to make this the wine for mussels, or for clam or lobster pasta. ($33) 

COS Rami 2022 – A delicate, dry, expressive, Sicilian blend of Inzolia and Grecanico — exotic underpinnings of honey, flowers, grapefruit oil, herbs and notable minerality keep you reaching for a next sip. An orange wine, as pretty as it is satisfying, made by Sicily’s historic natural wine producer.  ($33) 



Cider and Sparkling Under $40

Bisson Glera Frizzante – Ligurian Prosecco with tiny, elegant bubbles. Dry, easy and fresh. ($21)

Enoteca Vino Bianco Frizzante- A softly sparkling wine from Italy’s Veneto- mostly Glera w/ a touch of Garganega, Trebbiano, & Chardonnay. Bright, crisp, with hints of fresh pear, lemon and crisp green apple – Lovely on its own or in a spritz! ($13)

UIVO Rose Pet-Nat – A zesty sparkler from 100% Pinot Noir, made by one of Portugal’s leading, young natural-leaning vintners — no dosage, no fining, no filtration, just enticing hints of cherry, strawberry & mineral notes, with lively acidity and delicate bubbles. ($19)

Catherine & Pierre Breton Dilettante Cremant de Loire — Breton’s bone-dry, bright and racy Chenin Blanc is HWM’s Cremant-du-jour — as long as it lasts! Small production, tiny bubbles, biodynamic, pure, refreshing, imported by Kermit Lynch.  ($29)

Korab Pet Nat 2021- A bright, dry, all-natural & unfiltered sparkler from The Czech Republic. Light, clean & zippy, with vivid apricot flavor.  ($37)

Bohigas Cava- Bright, clean, dry, med. bodied Spanish bubbly that is organic biodynamic and “method champenoise” — made exactly like champagne. ( $21)

Da Mar Prosecco- While most are acquainted with HWM’s house Prosecco, it bears mention that this $17 Italian bubbly is a treat, and hard to beat. Dry, rounded & clean, with underpinnings of grapefruit & honey, pleasing aromatics, bubbly freshness and a crisp finish. ($17)

Opera 02 Brut Lambrusco di Modena – Lip smacking, sparkling Italian red with black cherry fruit, dry and savory. Serve chilled with salty snacks, cheese & meats and of course, pizza. ($20)

Alfredo Bertolani Lambrusco Reggiano All’Antica Rosso – Full ruby red color, winey and strong, Rosso All’Antica blends its important body with the classic liveliness of Lambrusco. A dry sparkling red with just a touch of fruit and juiciness. Lively, fresh, and balanced. Ideal served with typical Emilia cuisine, cured meats, roasts and game. Its full body and balance can also hold their own when combined with more challenging dishes like brazed and grilled meats. ($18)




Pierre Peters “Cuvée de Réserve” Brut Blanc de Blanc – Finessed, understated, ultra-elegant nose of green apple, of wisps of grapefruit, yeast and hints of brioche and flavors of steeped plum and apricot fruit, dried herb and Meyer lemon peel. ($82)

Guy Larmandier Grand Cru Cramant – This wine is from Larmandier’s 8-acre Grand Cru vineyard in Cramant, the epicenter of Chardonnay in Champagne. The wine expresses the exceptional finesse and delicacy as well as the piercing chalk-like minerality and high-toned aromatics of this remarkable Grand Cru ($74)

Laherte Frères Blanc de Blanc Brut Natural NV – Bright, dry, terroir-driven, small-production champagne at ($65) 100% Chardonnay, med-bodied, organic & biodynamic, with flavors of crisps green apple, Meyer lemon, fresh bread and salinity. An elevated delight, imported by Polaner. 

Billecart-Salmon Brut Rosé Champagne – Billecart-Salmon Brut Rosé defines the entire rosé Champagne category. Composed of 40% Chardonnay, 30% Pinot Noir and 30% Meunier. Lacy in texture, with sleek acidity, this well-knit rosé Champagne offers delicate notes of rose petals, red berries and plums with notions of peach, dried flowers and blood orange. Flavorful on the medium-bodied palate and finely poised with bright acidity.  ($94)

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