2016 Borne of Fire Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
Plum Price $19.97 List Price $25
js96A terrific value that offers a ton of wine for the money! | A blend of 90% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Malbec, the 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon is a terrific value that offers loads of up-front cassis and cherry fruits, plenty of leafy herbs and graphite notes, medium-bodied richness, and a soft, supple, seamless style. It’s an amazing value that has solid Cabernet character.




2013 Brancaia Ilatraia Maremma Toscana 
Plum Price $44.97  List price $70
js97One of the best “under the radar” Super Tuscan we’ve discovered. | A rocking Italian SuperTuscan value, the 2013 Brancaia Ilatraia would cost five times the price if it came from Bordeaux. The 2013 Ilatraia jumps right out at you and the best wine they have ever produced. Ilatraia is a blend of 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Petit Verdot and 20% Cabernet Franc. Wines like this only go up as the demand rises about it. Please take advantage of it now. Looking online, we found the lowest prices around $70. At today’s blow-out price, our limited supply of this 97-pointer will disappear quickly!




2013 Hidden Ridge “55% Slope” Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon 
Plum Price $89.97 List Price $130
rp97A remarkable wine and reminiscent of the great classics from the golden era of the Mayacamas. | For Tim Martin, a brand designer, building Tusk into a cult Cabernet was a matter of marketing aspiration in a bottle, to the luxurious quality of winemaker Philippe Melka’s wine. It’s in the moment. It is simply loaded. This is a modern-day classic by winemaker Philippe Melka that could compete with very finest Cabernet-based wines in the world.




2016 Adelsheim Willamette Valley Pinot Noir
Plum Price $21.97 List Price $30
Beautiful and pure Oregon Pinot Noir. | Expressive notes of raspberry and pomegranate with hints of cocoa and baking spices on the nose with rich red fruit notes on the palate and a focused finish.  This seamless, elegant beauty is Pinot in its truest form and finishes with silky tannins.  Try with grilled, cedar-planked salmon, grilled veal chops with a Balsamic glaze, or seared duck breast brushed with pomegranate molasses.





2011 Remelluri Rioja Reserva Plum Price $37.99 List Price $45
rp92Dad would love this Spanish beauty. | Comprised of 90% Tempranillo, 5% Garnacha, and 5% Graciano, this perfectly aged Rioja has explosive notes of Damson plum on the nose with a touch of spice.  Rich dark cherry notes abound on this medium-bodied gem and the finish is lush with vanillin and a touch of dusty tannins.  Great with a grilled tenderloin of beef, thick pork chops with caramelized onions with rosemary, and whole smoked duck.




2014 Arkenstone NVD Cabernet Sauvignon
Plum Price $74.97 List Price $90
Your dad will remember this California stunner for some time to come. | This big, balanced, structured Cabernet is primarily sourced from the famed Howell Mountain AVA, resulting in a dark, brooding, classicly-styled mountain wine.  It’s a deep, purply black in the glass with persistent aromas of blackberry, huckleberry, and dark cherry on the beautifully perfumed nose.  Concentrated notes of black cherry, fig, chocolate, and blueberry evolve on the palate and the finish lingers for what seems an eternity.  Perfect with a tomahawk steak on the grill, smoked brisket, or a roast leg of lamb studded with garlic cloves.







2016 Charles Woodson Wines “Twenty Four” Sauvignon Blanc
Plum Price $21.99 List Price $26
Great for sipping while cooking over a hot grill. |  This crisp, dry, citrusy Sauvignon Blanc from Michigan star Charles Woodson’s winery is a perfect accompaniment with shellfish, lemon chicken, and light pastas.  Its grapefruit aroma notes match the acidity on the palate and also draws apricot, honeysuckle and lemongrass flavors.  Nice summer wine on the patio, but even better after a round of golf.





2014 Mount Peak Winery “Gravity’ Red Blend
Plum Price $39.97 List Price $60
 Nrp95ot only is this a monster wine, but it also got monster points. | 95 from the famed Robert Parker and 94 from Wine.com’s Wilfred Wong.  It definitely lives up to the name as it brings a whopping 15.9% alcohol level to the table.  The blend is a mix of Petite Sirah, Cabernet, Zinfandel, Syrah, Grenache and Barbera.  It is big, rich and concentrated with notes of blackberry, blueberry, chocolate and savory truffles.  It craves steak on the grill.




2013 Allegrini Amarone Della Valpolicella Classico
Plum Price $69.97 List Price $90
ws93  Any steakhouse worth its name will have a great Amarone on the wine list. | The reason is Amarone, which translates to “the great bitter”, is a concentrated wine made from dried grapes that is lush, rich, velvety and perfect with grilled steak.  Allegrini’s Amarone scored 93 points from Vinous and 93 from Wine Spectator.  It deserves the scores as it is full-bodied with notes of ripe cherry, herbs, and sweet spices that finishes with chewy tannins and matches great with protein.






2013 Numanthia Termes
Plum Price $19.97 List Price $30A no-risk choice. | The Numanthia estate is situated at Valdefinjas, a small village in the Zamora province. Founded in 1998 by the Eguren family. The company has 40 hectares of vineyards with an average age of 30 years. 100% Tempranillo. Aged in 1 year old French oak Bordeaux style barrels for 16 months. No matter what Dad’s favorite item is being grilled, this smooth and elegant wine will go very well.




Lallier Brut R.013 Champagne
Plum Price $41.97 List Price $55
Cheers Dad.
| Maison Lallier is situated in the commune of Ay in the Vallée de la Marne. This is a blend of 56% Pinot Noir and 38% Chardonnay. Most of the wine is Vintage (2013) and the rest is of their reserve wines. Aged 24 to 36 months in the cellar. Basically a vintage Champagne well under $50.00! We are always saying that Champagne is perfect anytime and absolutely goes with anything.





2012 Gaja Pieve Santa Restituta Brunello di Montalcino
Plum Price $79.97 List Price $90
It’s all about love on Father’s Day. | The Sangiovese grape is responsible for Brunello di Montalcino and has its own clone, which the locals call Brunello. Brunello di Montalcino by law must be aged a minimum of four years, including two years in barrel before release and once released, typically needs more time in bottle for its drinking potential to be fully reached.Love this wine! Once it opens up the complexities of fruit and earthy tones makes everything else just go away.