The Summer Dollar Sale is HERE!

We're at it again hunting high and low for the best deals across the country! After months of searching, researching and tasting, we have found over 70 high-quality, jaw dropping wines at nearly 50% savings when you apply our BOGO for a $1.00 deal. As always, out of respect for our distributors and vintners, complete Dollar Sale wine lists are not released. While there is plenty to choose from (over 700 cases of wine!!!), hurry in and get first pick on some of our more limited selections. CHEERS! 

Dollar Sale Highlights You Won't Want to Miss...

2012 Forward Kidd Merryvale Proprietary Red
First Bottle $49.99, 2nd Bottle $1.00 

Forward Kidd 2012 is jam packed with bold, intense fruit showing exceptional quality and balance throughout. Dark cherry, blueberry, raspberry jam, hints of cedar and baking spices create a mesmerizing draw to this wine. 92 pts WA

2008 Attilio Ghisolfi Barbera d'Alba
First Bottle $24.99, 2nd Bottle $1.00

Often one of the most underrated Italian varietals, Barbera is a powerful red with incredible aging potential and pairing abilities. The nose of the 2008 Attilio Ghisolfi Barbera d'Alba Maggiora is powerful and fruity, with a palate that reveals hints of raspberry and forest fruit in its appealing, luscious and well-balanced taste.The expression is elaborate with bright and plump fullness wrapped around a crisp, refreshing close.

2014 LaFou Els Amelers Garnacha Blanc, Spain
First Bottle $19.99, 2nd Bottle $1.00

LaFou Els Amelers is made with 100% Grenache Blanc, another undervalued varietal amongst those living in the U.S. What we love most about this wine is it's incredible aromas of  grapefruit and lemon followed up by sweet apricot, almond and mild flint. With or without food, this wine shows volume and complexity all the while maintaining its freshness.


2015 Louis Laurent Rosé d'Anjou
First Bottle $12.99, 2nd Bottle $1.00

The perfect summertime rosé for any occasion, Louis Laurent shows gorgeous aromas of red berry and citrus fruit. Notes of cherry on the palate are balanced by hints of apricot and grapefruit. This food-friendly favorite has acidity to support just about any tapas styled dish or can be enjoyed on its own.

2013 Head High Pinot Noir, Sonoma, California
First Bottle $34.99, 2nd Bottle $1.00 

Head High's 2013 Pinot Noir is a blend from several vineyards throughout the Sonoma Coast, including Durell Vineyard, Wildcat Vineyard, and the Sangiacomo family. Thanks to ideal harvest conditions during 2013, this unique vintage is rich, sinewy, and packed with energy. This wine is characterized by grace, depth, flavor intensity, and balance. 

2013 Head High Red Blend, North Coast, California
First Bottle $29.99, 2nd Bottle $1.00

After a picture perfect vintage in Northern California, the results of this 2013 blend are epic. Flavor concentration and color are exceptional, tannins perfectly ripe and a freshness, balance, and depth that characterize a wine of superior value. Aged in 100% French oak for 15 months and blended with 36% Malbec, 20% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, 13% Zinfandel, and 11% Grenache.

NV Borgo Magredo Prosecco, Italy
First Bottle $14.99, 2nd Bottle $1.00

Always a crowd favorite, prosecco offers fresh and clean aromas of ripe citrus, lemon, green apple, and touches of grapefruit and minerality. Light, refreshing, and crisp. Super versatile, it can be used as the base for delicious 'Bellini' cocktails, simply as an aperitif with prosciutto and parmigiano, seafood, fried fare, sushi and even spicy Asian food.


2006 Bodegas Palacio Glorioso Reserva, Rioja, Spain
First Bottle $20.99, 2nd Bottle $1.00

Dark and rubbery at first, with cheesy, leathery aromas that settle on classic dried fruit and vanilla. The palate is medium in weight, with tomatoey plum, earth and finally chocolate flavors. Turns toward coffee on the finish.-- Wine Enthusiast