The Airbus Tariffs, and Covid-related dock delays have meant one of our most popular items hasn’t been available for sometime. We’re thrilled to say it’s finally back, and in good supply!
What we’re drinking this month
Here are a few of the things we’re looking forward to filling our glasses with this month Chef’s Glass – March 2021 – “Best Coast Double Duo” 4-pack
$130 / 4-pack
Two Chardonnay and two Syrah. Really good Chardonnay and really good Syrah. One each from California, and one each from Oregon.
If you’ve been following along with the Chef’s Glass series, then you already know about our love of these two compelling grape varieties. This set presents a fun and delicious study into how place impacts the personality of these two varieties, especially when made with similar ethos; honest, accessible, appropriate for now. Cheers!
Chardonnay, Statera, “Johan Vineyard,” Willamette Valley, Oregon 2017- Jura styled Chardonnay made with no intervention by an exciting Willamette Valley chardonnay specialist
Chardonnay, Scar of the Sea, Santa Maria Valley, California 2018 – Vibrant and fresh Chardonnay, influenced by the cooling coastal fog of California’s lower central coast.
Syrah, Jackalope Cellars, “Mae’s Vineyard,” Applegate Valley, Oregon 2018 – Persistent and just the right amount of punchy, this is Syrah from sustainably grown fruit in Southern Oregon, a truly under-sung region for this variety
Syrah, Edmonds St. John, “North Canyon Syrah,” El Dorado County, California 2015 – Dark blue-red in color, with a fresh and slightly savory nose, this is a Syrah of longevity.
Includes tasting notes, pairing suggestions, and a recipe to compliment the set