What’s new at 15c?

New Rosé

Pink Fiddle 09|$18
100% Estate Fiddlestix Pommard clone Pinot Noir, only 184 cases made. Think Pink! Gorgeous, enticing, rosy hue, lively wild strawberry aromatics with a hint of nutmeg spice.  Crispand zingy textures perk the palate with more guts than you ever expected.  Pink Fiddle satisfies with an essence of guava, pomegranate and passion fruit!
Sinskey Vin Gris 09 |$25

One of our all-time favorite Napa producers and one of the best Rosés in California.  This light, salmon-colored rosé is made from 100% Pinot Noir that was organically farmed on the Sinskey estate vineyards in Carneros.  It is bone dry, crisp and vibrant.  Amazing to pair with springtime appetizers or creamy cheeses.  We only got in 5 cases total, so hurry.

Domaine Rouge-Bleu Dentelle Rose 09 | $16
A young couple farm 20 acres in Provence located at the foot of the Dentelles de Montmirail. The vines of this “cuvée” come from AOC Côtes du Rhône blocks: 25% Carignan and 75% Grenache that are 57 years old, respectively.  The vines are meticulously and organically cultivated, using biodynamic practices. A lovely pale salmon color in the glass, the Dentelle Rosé offers fresh aromas of pomegranate and strawberry. The aromas continue on the palate, with wonderfully delicate acidity and flavors of lemon zest. A perfect spring sipper.

New Porch Pounders & Spring Wines
Broadbent Vinho Verde 09 | $10
A slightly effervescent white from Portugal. It is the perfect warm-weather wine because it is only 9% alcohol, light and crisp.

Man Chenin Blanc 09 | $9

Steen as they call Chenin Blanc in South Africa is very mineral driven.  It has a similarity to the Chenin Blanc grown in the Loire Valley but with a warmer climate type of fatness.  

Condesea | $16
A blend of Verdejo and Sauvignon Blanc.  This wines comes from the Spanish DO of Rueda which is a continental climate and produces wines with a tropical fruit richness and full mouth while the Sauvignon Blanc adds a crisp citrus balance.

3 Saints Pinot Noir | $24

This is a great value Santa Maria Valley Pinot Noir. This is a second label for the Dierberg Family.  Typical characteristics of bright blackberry, crushed raspberry and subtle black tea notes.  The palate is rich, with decadent creamy blackberry flavors underpinned by satiny tannins and a blast of  fresh acidity.

Beer |

Deschutes Brewery

These brews age well and have a higher alcohol content.   Although our Reserve Series takes more time to brew, they disappear quickly due to their popularity and limited release.

Mirror Mirror | $16
Mirror Mirror is an oak-aged barley wine that has been in  production at the brewery for more than a year. Mirror Mirror is an inspired version of the brewery’s flagship, Mirror Pond Pale Ale, which  has been doubled up to barley wine strength—yielding a rich malt base with hints of raisin and oak tinged with the slightest citrus hop aroma.

Black Butte XXI | $16
This masterpiece is a tribute to Black Butte Porter, the revolutionary Deschutes Brewery beer that has excited beer enthusiasts since 1988. This special Reserve Series release is a colossal version of Black Butte Porter. Our brewers enhanced Black Butte XXI by adding some Theo’s chocolate cocoa nibs from Seattle, dry-hopping it with 100 pounds of Bellatazza’s locally roasted coffee, and then aging a portion of it in Stanahans Colorado whiskey barrels.

Jubel 2010 | $10
Behold something so deep crimson and swirling with spice, malt, earthy fruit and oak that it is barely tethered to the term beer.  Carefully aged in Oregon Pinot wine barrels, Jubel 2010 is a once-a-decade experience that truly rewards the 10-year wait.


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