Whether you are looking for something luscious and full of fruit, or a spicy red that perfectly compliments your meal, we are here to help you pick that perfect holiday wine to pair with any dish. Stop by the Wine Bin for a bottle today!
Staff 6PK Pick $107
2015 Gehricke Cabernet Sauvignon $45
This wine boasts alluring aromas of black cherry liqueur, complemented with hints of cedar, pencil lead, and licorice that perfectly capture the mountain air and terrain of the vineyards in the glass. This is a finely structured wine that will reward the patient collector of fine Cabernet Sauvignon over the years.
2015 Senhora Do Convento $14
Very dark color. Intense nose of ripe, black berries, oak, vanilla and pepper aromas. Concentrated mouth feel and well- balanced finale with strong ripe tannins.
2015 Oregon Trails Wine Company Pinot Noir $20
Aromas of cranberry, red currant, and tart cherry layer together, complemented by a hint of earth and spice. The palate shows bright notes of raspberry and strawberry, followed by baking spices, earthiness, and an additional note of tart cherry returning on the finish.
2012 Juxtapoz Red Blend $15
Aromas of blueberry pie, caramel and mocha leap from the glass while ripe blueberry, juicy plum, and dark chocolate flavors envelop the palate. This wine is full bodied with mouth-filling tannins. The finish is round, long and full.
2016 Grand Baillard Bordeaux $11
Fine, rich black-fruit flavors give this wine a sense of ripeness, openness and generosity. The wood and fruit balance is already fine, showing that it will be ready to drink this year.
2015 Fayolle Croze-Hermitage “La Rochette” $22
Smoke-accented dark berry and floral scents, joined in the glass by cracked pepper, camphor and allspice nuances. Sappy and sharply focused on the palate, offering bitter cherry, cassis and licorice flavors that deepen and unfurl slowly on the back half. Nicely concentrated yet lithe, showing excellent clarity and youthful tannic grip on a long, spice-driven finish.
2015 Evans and Tate Smooth Operator Winemakers Red Blend $12
An intriguing and silky smooth wine. Lifted notes of raspberry and blueberry fruit flavors dominate with hints of clove and vanilla oak adding complexity. The palate is soft, rich and smooth with layers of fruit, plush tannins and a long oak finish.
2014 Baron de Ley Tempranillo $15
Intense aromas on the nose, with red-berried fruit, reminders of the baker’s shop and vanilla. Meaty and complex on the palate with a touch of acidity to make it feel fresh and long.
2014 Revelry Cabernet Sauvignon $20
This wine boasts a nice dark fruit profile layered with light herbal notes. The tannins are soft and lead to a dark chocolate note on the finish. Though it is plentiful in body and flavor, it will not overwhelm your palate.
2014 Matchbook Wine Company Arsonist Red Blend $20
It reveals alluring aromas of black currant, cranberry and mocha that intermingle with spice and black pepper. Sweet wild berry fruit flavors on the entry, dry as the wine progresses across the palate. An opulent and luscious wine with the essence of dried blueberries and juicy plum that seamlessly transitions to a lengthy finish.
2013 Airlie Willamette Valley Pinot Noir $22
Deep rich aromas of cherry and spice compliment the red fruit flavors. Bright acidity along with medium tannins makes this wine enjoyable now and a perfect food companion.
2016 Ghostrunner Ungrafted Red $14
Fruity, creamy aromas and flavors of chocolate berries, nougat, and vanilla cream with a soft, fruity light body and a silky, carefree nuts and cedar finish with soft, dusty tannins and light oak. A nice juicy red blend.
2015 Baiocco Sangiovese $15
Brilliant ruby red in color; the nose opens with fruity and floral notes of cherry and red fruit; on the palate it is lively and balanced with a pleasant and fresh fruity finish.
2015 Les Jamelles Syrah $11
Aromas of wild raspberries, currants, blackcurrant with flavors of spices, cinnamon and a touch of mint. This is a very rich, fat wine with a long, silky finish. This wine has a rare complexity.
2015 Chateau De Segries Cotes du Rhone $14
The wine is ripe, rich and round, with black raspberry, white pepper and spice flavors. True Cotes du Rhone in a Bistro style. Enjoy with a large variety of food, from pizza to pasta, hamburgers or even on its own slightly chilled.
2015 Pennywise Petite Sirah $13
The aromas start with muddled blackberry and vanilla bean leading to fresh mission fig and black cherry. Flavors of dark chocolate with hints of espresso bean, molasses, toasted cardamom, dried cherries and blueberries.
2014 Chateau Plantey de Lieujean Haut Medoc $18
A classic blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc with the elegance and finesse of a high-class Bordeaux. Deep red claret with dark fruit aromas, rounded with a touch of chocolate on the palate.
2015 Porta Regia Monastrell $15
The bouquet is bright, complex and classy, offering up scents of black cherries, a touch of dark berry, woodsmoke, chicory, a hint of grilled beef and spicy soil tones. On the palate the wine is full-bodied, focused and generous at the core, with tangy acids, a bit of backend tannin and excellent balance on the long, impressively complex and serious finish.