Wine and Soil 

As an agricultural product, grapes show a breadth of characteristics from the place in which they are grown.

Starting from the ground up, the soil is the foundation that creates the backbone of any wine.

Alluvial (sand, clay, gravel, silt/loess, loam) soils are blends that have good water and nutrient retention. Throughout the world, these are the most prolific vine soils and a good place to look for more fruit-forward and juicy wines.

Sedimentary (limestone, sandstone, silex/flint) rock soils are made from solidified mineral or organic deposits. These soils work like a sponge, wicking water away and storing it. Highly valued in cool climates because of its heat reflection.

Metamorphic (slate, schist, gneiss) rock soils are formed under pressure from another type of rock. Retaining water and radiating heat the rocks contribute to ripening and develop flavor. Wines can have an underlying mineral quality.

Igneous (volcanic, basalt, pumice, granite) rock soils are formed by lava flows above and below the earth’s surface. Nutrient rich volcanic ash is a mix of pulverized rock,¬†minerals¬†and¬†volcanic glass. Resulting wines are earthy & complex.


Raventós i Blanc-Spain-Cava-Penédes, Blanc de Blancs 2017     Macabeo, Xarel-lo, and Parellada   12/55

Leli√®vre-France-Lorraine- C√ītes de Toul, Leucquois Brut NV¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† Gamay (Ros√©)¬†¬†¬†¬† ¬†¬† 11/52

Cruse-California-Napa Valley, ‚ÄėDeming Vineyard‚Äô 2018¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† Valdigui√© (Pet Nat)¬†¬†¬† ¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† 76

i Clivi-Italy-Friuli-Venezia Giulia, R_B_L_ Brut Nature NV Ribolla Gialla 77

Gusbourne-England- Kent-Appledore, Blanc de Blanc 2014 Chardonnay 99

Lassalle-France-Champagne-Montagne de Reims , Blanc de Blanc 2005 Chardonnay 150

Ulysse Collin-France-Champagne, Les Maillons NV Pinot Noir 200

Vilmart-France-Champagne, Grand Cellier NV Chardonnay, Pinot Noir 165


Barboursville VineyardsVirginia, 2018    Pinot Grigio   12/59

Empire Estate-New York-Finger Lakes, Dry 2017   Riesling   10/50

The Eyrie Vineyards-Oregon-Willamette Valley-Dundee Hills, 2017       Pinot Blanc   13/59

Gramercy Cellars-Washington-Columbia Valley-Walla Walla Valley, 2018 Picpoul   11/50

Alexana-Oregon-Willamette Valley-The Red Hills of Dundee, Terroir Series 2015 Chardonnay   13/62

Ryme-California-Carneros, ‚ÄėLas Brisas Vineyard‚Äô Hers 2017 Vermentino 62

Goldatzel-Germany-Rheingau, Johannisberger Hölle 2018 Riesling 59

K√ľnstler -Germany-Rheingau, 2018 Riesling 59

Donnhoff-Germany-Nahe-Oberhausen, ‚ÄėLeistenberg Vineyard‚Äô Kabinett 2018 Riesling 60

Lost & Found-California-Sonoma County, ‚ÄėLas Brisas Vineyard‚Äô 2018 Albari√Īo 84 ¬†

Dirty & Rowdy-California-Mendocino + Napa + Monterey, Familiar Blanc 2018 California White Blend 62

Ronco del Gnemiz-Italy-Friuli Colli Orientali, Peri 2016 Sauvignon 99

Von Winning-Germany-Pfalz, I Trocken 2017 Sauvignon Blanc 93

Jolie Laide-California-Chalone, ‚ÄėRodnick Farm‚Äô 2017 Melon de Bourgogne 69

Hiedler-Austria-Kamptal, Maximum 2009 Gr√ľner Veltliner (Magnum) 240

Doi di Copus-California-Napa Valley, 2011 Friulano, Malvasia (Magnum) 180

Innate-California-Central Coast-San Benito County, ‚ÄėVista Verde Vineyard‚Äô 2016 Arneis 76

Koutsoyannopoulos-Greece-Aegean Islands-Santorini, 2016 Assyrtiko 80

Tyrrell’s Wines-Australia-New South Wales-Hunter Valley, 2018 Semillon 50

Ceritas-California-Sonoma Coast, marena 2016 Chardonnay 120

Thibaud Boudignon-France-Loire Valley-Anjou, 2018 Chenin Blanc 20/100

Lioco-California-Sonoma Coast-Anderson Valley, ‚ÄėDemuth Vineyard‚Äô 2014 Chardonnay 130

J.K. Carriere-Oregon-Willamette Valley, Lucidité 2015 Chardonnay 83

Aurelien Chatagnier-France-Northern Rhone-Saint Jospeh, 2018 Marsanne, Roussanne 99

Albert Boxler-France-Alsace, ‚ÄėGrand Cru Brand‚Äô 2011 Gew√ľrztraminer 180


Martin Woods-Oregon-Willamette Valley, 2017       Pinot Noir, Gamay (Rosé)   11/50

Clos Cibonne-France-Provence-Le Pradet, 2017      Tibouren (Rosé)   14/68

Robert Sinskey-California-Napa Valley-Carneros, Vin Gris 2018 Pinot Noir (Rosé)   7

Matthiasson-California-Napa Valley-Oak Knoll, 2017 Ribolla Gialla (Orange)   99

A. J. Adam-Germany-Mosel-Drohn, Spätburgunder 2018 Pinot Noir (Rosé)   59



Element-New York-Finger Lakes, F.L.X. Cuvée 2015      Red Blend   12/59

Cooper Hill-Oregon-Willamette Valley, 2017      Pinot Noir   12/55

Cruse-California-North Coast,2018 Monkey Jacket  Heirloom Red Blend  13/66

Hedges-Washington-Yakima Valley-Red Mountain, Family Estate 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon  15/72

Larkmead-California-Napa Valley-Calistoga, Proprietary Red 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon   19/95

Sattler-Austria-Burgenland, 2017   Zweigelt 40

Danilo Thomain-Italy-Vallee d’Aoste-Enfer d’Arvier, 2016  Petite Rouge 80

Niepoort-Portugual -Bairrada, 2016 Baga 73

Jolie Laide-California-North Coast, 2018 Trousseau Noir, Poulsard, Gamay 75

Cruse-California-Napa Valley, ‚ÄėRancho Chimiles Vineyard‚Äô 2017 Valdigui√© 75¬†

YoYo-France-Banyuls, KM 31 2018 Grenache Gris/Noir, Carignan 130

Darting-Germany-Pfalz, 2017 Pinot Meunier 50

Justin Dutraive-France-Beaujolais, ‚ÄėLes Bulands Vineyard‚Äô 2018 Gamay 73

Martin WoodsOregon-Willamette Valley-Eola-Amity Hills, ‚ÄėJessie James Vineyard‚Äô 2017 Pinot Noir 99

Smockshop Band-Oregon-Columbia Valley-Hood River, 2018 Grenache 99

Involuntary Commitment-Washington-Columbia Valley, 2017 Red Blend 60

Clos Puy Arnaud-France-Castillon C√ītes de Bordeaux, Grand Vin 2014 Right Bank Blend 115

Easton-California-Amador County, 2014 Zinfandel 50

De Martino-Chile-Maule Valley, VIGNO Old Vine 2013 Carignan 99

Castello di Verduno-Italy-Piedmont-Barolo, ‚ÄėMonvigliero Vineyard‚Äô Riserva 2012 Nebbiolo 245

Ch√Ęteau Musar-Lebanon-Bekaa Valley, 2011 Cinsault, Cabernet Sauvignon, Carignan 99

Ch√Ęteau Musar-Lebanon-Bekaa Valley, 1997 Cabernet, Cinsault, Carignan (Magnum) 550

Corison Winery-California-Napa Valley, 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon (Half Bottle) 119

ShaferCalifornia-Napa Valley-Stags Leap District, TD-9 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec 168




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