Info And Descriptions Of Our
Superb Premium Wines

All our premium benchmark wine is made from fine, costly grape juices. Our master artisan vintner passionately handcrafts the wine in small batches,following our five  strict, irrevocable guiding principles.

Please note to allow for long term aging. all our bottles are sealed with expensive, new natural corks. And, when they've aged, Sommeliers using Wine Spectator magazine's ratings (their highest being 100), have rated our wines 80-85.




The most popular white wine is usually dry. Ours is produced from select Waiheke Island, New Zealand; grapes. Clean, crisp, and rich in varietal character, fruit flavors abound. It’s golden-hued with slightly tart while flavors of vanilla, cloves, and butterscotch to tantalize the palate. Our Chardonnay combines beautifully with grilled pork, chicken, fish, salads, cream-based sauces and light red meat dish. it goes best with poultry or seafood, like lobster or scallops. Good cheeses for Chardonnay include Gruyere, Provolone, and Brie. Our Chardonnay should be served at 48°F.

Sauvignon Blanc

The choice of Sommeliers, our Sauvignon Blanc grape juice comes from the Marlborough area in New Zealand. It is crisp and light with desired flavors of intense grapefruit peel and freshly cut grass and an accent of light oak on the finish. The wine presents soft hues, with a slight tinge of green.

From the full-bodied and robust to the soft and refined, this wine will become your delightful dinner companion as well as a treasured gift to wine enthusiasts looking to add to their personal cellar. Our Sauvignon  Blanc should be served at 47°F.

Pinot Grigio AKA Pinot Gris

Our Pinot Grigio is made using coveted Italian Alto Adige region grape juice that gives our zesty dry wine a punchy acidity and carrying flavors of lemons, limes, green apples and honeysuckle.

Pinot Grigio pairs well with light dishes that are still on the "thick" side like chicken in rich white sauce, or eggplant with heavy spices. Pinot Grigio is a white wine, but it is able to hold its own against richer flavors. Serve at 48°F.


Cabernet Sauvignon

One of the world’s most famous dry wines. Its ruby red fruit characteristic is balanced by strong tannins. The soil in our supplier's Margaret River, Australia vineyards has high calcium carbonate content that imparts the distinctive and powerful fruit quality which is the signature of fine, premium Cabernets. Another hallmark is a hint of orange peel or Grand Marnier-like aromatics and flavors. It’s a wine for your best cuts of beef or lamb and luckiest friends.

The recommended serving glass for a Cabernet Sauvignon will have a large thin glass bowl to provide an ample surface area for the wine's aromas to be smelled. The point here is not to fill the glass full of a lot of wine - rather, it is to allow a lot of the wine to interact with the air while it is sitting on the table, to help it develop the fullest flavors for your nose and mouth. Best served between 60°F

Pinot Noir

A very "difficult" grape to grow and to deal with in the winery, but, the healthiest wine to put into our bodies. Our Pinot Noir is from  Anderson Valley, California because that region makes a fine, rich but not heavy, full-bodied, high in alcohol grape  juice. It also isn't acidic nor tannic. It is a delicate wine with aromas of violet and luscious red fruit characteristics of cherry, strawberry and raspberry. Silky tannins grip your palate ending with a velvet, smooth finish. An elusive aftertaste of spice and toasty vanilla makes you long for more.

Pinot Noirs go well with pasta with red sauce, or lighter beef dishes. Also, any local game you might have, or even goose would do well. It should be served at around 65° F.


Merlot red wine grapes from our vineyard partner in Walla Walla Valley in Washington state. Flavors and aromas of black cherry, berries, plum, chocolate, and some herbs.  Ours has a perfectly balanced powerful fruit and spice flavor with mellow tannins for a supple finish. It's a full bodied Merlot with light warm oak accentuating a spicy aroma.

Merlot is a perfect match for chocolate or with beef and other medium-heavy dishes. like rich, red pasta dish, or a heavy chicken dish. Serve Merlot at 64°F.

Sangiovese AKA Chianti

From the Sangiovese grapes of Tuscany, Italy, our classic has lively aroma of  tart cherries and sometimes violets with a brisk acidity supported by ample smooth tannins and oak derivatives.

Chianti tastes especially well with tomato-based sauces like marinara, which is why Chianti is often paired with Italian pasta dishes. Also a good pair for light meat like chicken, veal, fish or pork. These light meats have subtle flavors that are often masked by bigger, bolder reds. Serve at around 60° F.

Jammy Ruby Red Blend

Your love affair with this noble wine will begin with your first sip.  You'll immediately enjoy the perfect combination of the finest, distinctive and powerful rich Jammy grapes and its smooth 16% Alc. By Vol.

Although it's in a distinctive Port bottle, it is not a sweet Port wine. Rather, it's a complex, smooth,  well-rounded Jammy ruby red fruity wine especially blended for adventurous palates who are looking for a wine they can enjoy with foods normally paired with an expensive bottle of Cabernet or Merlot. It has a welcoming world class, distinctive uniqueness that's unlike any other red wine.

We finished this posh ruby red blend with a slight accent akin to being aged in oak bourbon barrels. So, here's a ruby red blend with silky, plush tannins and just hints of vanilla and sweetness. It will make you say "WOW, please pour me some more." Serve it around 65° F.


Pink Moscato

Ours is made using grape juice from the Piedmont region in Italy. It has a delightful touch of sweetness with caramel aromas enhancing its light-body of sweet layers of fresh citrus blossoms and peaches, followed by hints of vibrant fresh red berries creating a delicious pink goodness.

Pink Moscato is a versatile wine that pairs great with spicy appetizers, Chinese take-out or sweet desserts. Best served between 60°F and 65°F.

German Riesling

From Germany’s Mosel region, one's taste buds will enjoy its Spätlese hint of sweetness that balances Riesling's normal acidity. You’ll sense it has refined, vibrant aromas of peaches, apricots and white fruit with notes of floral and citrus blossoms.  As it ages, it becomes a gorgeous pale yellow wine  suggesting nuances of honeycomb, citrus peel, and dried fruits.


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