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Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Spring Into Summer Savings!

Stock up for Summer with these
great buys under $35
B&V Girls Summer is just around the corner and it's time to stock up on versatile, value-priced wines. Whether you're looking for light, crisp Sauvignon Blanc for porch sipping, a dry Rosé to take to the beach, a juicy Pinot to drink while enjoying the sunset or a full-bodied Cabernet to take to your neighbors BBQ, we have it! 

Mix and match yourself a 12 bottle case and receive 15% off!
Londer Anderson Valley Pinot Noir 2010 
The end of an era -- the Londers have retired and we bought the last of their popular, high-scoring Pinot Noir. A subtle stony side that underscores its classic Anderson Valley roots.
Hindsight Napa Valley Cabernet 2010
An approachable, yet robust Cabernet that blends Old World & New World styles.  Dense ripe blackberry and currant aromas with hints of rose petals and vanilla oak.   
Stackhouse Sonoma Merlot Blend 2009
The wine bursts from the glass with bright generous fruit. The nose reveals raspberry jam, huckleberries and spring flowers. The plush mouthfeel is followed by a sweet and ripe finish.
Truett Hurst
Renard Truchard Vyd Napa Syrah 2007
This Rhone-style Syrah exhibits forest floor, acacia flowers, black currant, and blackberry notes.  The gamey mouthfeel and good fruit will make it an excellent pairing for grilled mushroom tacos.
Frick Dry Creek Counoise 2010
Pronounced  coon-wahz, this rare Rhone varietal boasts with lush fruit and spice. Easy drinking with an elegant finish.  Goes great with grilled pork chops or chicken with a cherry salsa. 

Truett Hurst Dry Creek Zinfandel 2011
A classic old vine Zinfandel kissed with fresh black pepper and rich, robust flavors of crushed red raspberries and blackberries.  Match with any foods smothered in BBQ sauce.

Vaughn Duffy
Starry Night
Vaughn Duffy Sonoma Dry Rosé 2012
Matt Duffy's first vintage of Rosé made the San Francisco Chronicle's top 100 wines list for 2012. Fresh kiwi and strawberry flavors make it perfect for seafood, baseball games and porch sipping.
Gustafson Dry Creek Sauvignon Blanc 2012
Back by popular demand, this two person winery makes a juicy and inviting summer wine filled with ripe peach and apricot. The palate follows with notes of honeysuckle, fresh-cut grass and an undercurrent of zesty tangerine.
Starry Night Russian River Chardonnay 2011
Compare this creamy, toasty, full-bodied Chardonnay to those twice the price. Bursting with flavors of apples, pears, caramel, vanilla, and toasty oak.  Try it will grilled chicken over fettuccine

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