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March is not just for green beer...

Casa do Valle Grande Escolha Vinho Verde 2016


GO GREEN! This isn't because of March Madness or the well known holiday of St. Paddy's's to celebrate a wine that doesn't get a lot of press...Fitting for the month tinged in green, Vinho Verde means 'green wine'...not necessarily due to color, but rather age.  In this case 'green' means young, of course.  Vinho Verde's home is in Portugal and this particular wine is 100% Alvarinho...seeing a bit of oak age, this comes through richer than some of its brethren.  A little tinge of orange zest covered in apples...acidity on point.  Regularly 18.99

Lemelson Thea's Selection Pinot Noir 2015


Lemelson has 7 Organic vineyards across different AVAs(American Viticultural Areas) in Oregon.  Thea's selection is a cuvee(blend) of grapes from each of those vineyards.  Year in and year out a very consistent blend of delicious raspberry earth...I know, what is raspberry earthy...Think ripe raspberries crushed in the middle of the wet woods. I'll take it, every time.  This is delicious.  It got 91 points from Wine Spectator as well.

Archery Summit Premier Cuvee Pinot Noir 2015

47.99 (reg. 54.99)

I represented this brand in our state for five years.  I was incredibly happy to feature this pinot noir from Willamette because of it's consistent quality of fruit and structure. Share with your best friend.

"The 2015 Red Hills Estate Pinot Noir captivates the nose with aromas of dried orange peel, mountain blueberry, rose petal, star anise and black tea. The dense, succulent palate of thimble berry is spiced with cinnamon graham cracker, cardamom and hints of Tahitian vanilla bean. The velvety finish is focused with balanced acidity, offering notes of savory baking spice and demi glaze as it lingers and evolves."

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