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Big Sur Vineyards

Big Sur’s 2017 Arroyo Seco “Big Sur Red” is a Rhône style blend of Grenache, Syrah, and Petite Sirah. Pour a glass, then another, stare into the label, and be mentally transported to the coast of Monterey County. Soar above the rugged, gorgeous coastline, where the Santa Lucia Mountains rise

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Copain Wines

Copain was founded in 1999, and while they’re now owned by Kendall-Jackson, they maintain their original style of vineyard select Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Syrah. Just south of Healdsburg in California’s Russian River Valley, they source fruit from several cool climate vineyards in Anderson Valley, Mendocino County, and the Sonoma Coast. Their

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Femme Fatale

Femme Fatale is a natural beauty from Tessier Winery. Alive and unfiltered, hold her up to the light and you’ll witness a cloud of particles dancing in the bottle. She’s bright and dry, with such a pleasant, bubbly personality. Her name was inspired from The Velvet Underground song, a favorite

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Wine Lips

All red wine lovers have either experienced the attractive red wine lip stain themselves (or as it’s commonly called: Wine Mouth) or they’ve had the pleasure of gazing upon someone else’s. It happens to the best of us and is right up there with “you have something in your teeth.”


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Theopolis Vineyards

Theopolis Vineyards is a small, hand-crafted winery in California’s Yorkville Highlands. Less than a two hour drive from Napa, this AVA is known for its rugged elevation and medley of soils, including gravel, red clay, and old brittle rock.

There are only about 50 appellation-designated artisan wines that are produced

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Morgan Rosé of Grenache

With fruit dedicated solely to the production of rosé, Morgan’s 2019 blend of 86% Grenache and 14% Cinsault was created from grapes picked at just the right time to maintain higher acidity and lower sugar. Perfectly crisp and dry with fantastic balance of fresh, bright fruit, this bottle tastes above

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Michigan Wine

wines from Michigan

Michigan wine country is bigger and better than you might’ve thought (or maybe that was just me!?). Yes, that Michigan, the nation’s automotive capitol and home to “Motor City”. Being from Arizona, many people from other parts of the country can’t believe we have some amazing, quality wine coming from

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