CHOOSE ONE – COMPLIMENTARY PALATE CLEANSER
2018 CMS Sauvignon Blanc - $14 (Club $11.20)
2018 CMS Chardonnay - $17 (Club $13.60)
2017 CMS Red (92 Pts J. Suckling) - $15 (Club $12)
2018 CMS Cabernet Sauvignon - $17 (Club $13.60)
CHOOSE A FLIGHT - $20
(Non – Refundable)
2016 HFE Blend - $29 (Club 23.20)
2017 HFE Blend (93 J. Suckling) - $30 (Club $24)
2016 HFE Cabernet Sauvignon - $42 (Club $33.60)
2017 Goedhart Family Syrah - $40 (Club $32)
2017 DLD Syrah - $40 (Club $32)
2017 Hedges Bio Syrah - $40 (Club $32)
SPRING CLUB FLIGHT
2018 DLD Syrah – (Club $32)
2019 Le Rose – (Club $17.60)
2019 DLD Le Blanc – (Club $30.40)
(Only available to Purchase for Club Members)
100% of flight price will be refunded if you join the Wine Club!
2016 HFE Blend
Bursting with bright ripe red fruits and a plethora of mixed dried spices leaning towards cinnamon, clove and ginger powder. A little bit of coffee, aged leather, moist earth and a kiss of vanilla really make for an intriguing mix of aromas. The palate starts off with a bright tartness that is immediately balanced with a smooth long finish with flavors of chocolate, earth leather and very pretty red fruits.
2017 HFE Blend
Ripe black fruits, earthy, cocoa, butterscotch, anise, cassis and a hint of dried herbs and cola. There is a refreshing hint of brine, menthol and floral perfume with a touch of vanilla. A soft entry of flavorful black fruits, cola, and licorice leads into a full mid-palate and very long supple finish. Sometimes you stumble upon a wine that surprises you and this is one of them. Our flagship blend has really captured the terroir of Red Mountain from a stunning vintage.
2016 HFE Cabernet Sauvignon
Blackberry, cassis, anise, cinnamon and cloves. Tame, yet exotic spices. Hints of cumin, coriander, and a touch of wild sage. A bit of figs, vanilla bean and dusty earth. Black fruit flavors have an impact on the entry, and a hint of sweet spice, earth and vanilla linger on the long finish. There is a lot going on in this wine, the perfect amount of “rough around the edges” youngness but showing great potential for an older refined wine.
2017 Goedhart Syrah
Bright blueberry and cranberry fruit with hints of earthy pomegranate. There is a bit of funk to this wine, which adds to its rich aromatic complexity. Hints of peppermint, eucalyptus, cocoa, sour cherry meld with interesting notes of pine resin and, dried thyme and vanilla. Soft on the palate with bright acidity and a long drawn out finish with flavors of cranberry sauce, vanilla, cinnamon bark and a touch of smoke. This Syrah should be savored over a few hours as it keeps changing in the glass and continues to bring different aromatics the longer is sits. Spend a long afternoon with this wine and you’ll be glad you did.
2017 DLD Syrah
Classic characters of red tart fruits, blueberry pancakes, black pepper, fresh ground cumin seed, and hint of vanilla, dark cocoa powder and chili powder. The entry is tart with a lot of fruit and spice flavors. There is a slight explosion on the mid-palate which leads to a smooth and creamy finish. This Syrah has a rugged elegance to it. Slightly savage, yet beautiful.
2017 Hedges Bio Syrah
Spice, earth, smoke and fruit. There is a nice mix of pomegranate, huckleberry, blueberry and tart candy along with a touch of S’mores and just lit bonfire. There is a meaty, chocolate component that adds to the complexity of aromatics in this wine. Soft and tart on the entry almost fools you into thinking this is a light wine, but the full bodied mid-palate and long spicy finish create a rich elegance that is desirable. This is a fun sipping wine that undergoes a lot of changes during the time it sits in the glass.
2018 DLD Syrah
Tart earthy fruit, blueberry muffins, toasted nuts, and cinnamon raisin bread. A lot of spice and sweet cocoa, coffee, earthy red fruits with a hint of graham cracker, black pepper and dried herbs. Vibrant and creamy on the palate with flavors of cranberry, chocolate and buttery pastry which combine well with the structured, precise and long finish.
2019 Le Rose
Right away you get a sense of mandarin zest and orange oil, with a touch of tropical fruit and candied melon. A hint of rose petal and a light hint of spearmint really create interest in this light and fruity, yet complex Rosé. Bright acidity dances on the palate in a lively way followed by a long and almost creamy finish. These grapes were picked very early at an average brix of 21 and at only 12.5% alcohol you can truly “rosé all day.”
2019 DLD Le Blanc
Fresh peaches, honeysuckle, mixed citrus zest and a touch of almond croissant and vanilla. Tart and lush, full of sweet fresh fruit, apricot jam, toasted almonds and a mineral backbone, this wine is both refreshing and fulfilling. Light enough to sip on the patio, yet bold enough to pair with a flavorful meal.