Best of Award of Excellence

Wine Spectator’s Restaurant Awards recognize restaurants whose wine lists offer interesting selections, are appropriate to their cuisine and appeal to a wide range of wine lovers. The Best of Award of Excellence means the 1700 Degrees Steakhouse wine list displays excellent breadth across multiple winegrowing regions and/or significant vertical depth of top producers, along with superior presentation. Typically offering 350 or more selections, these restaurants are destinations for serious wine lovers, showing a deep commitment to wine, both in the cellar and through their service team.

*Selection, prices and vintages subject to change without notice.

Pinot Noir

Adelsheim, Willamette Valley, United States, 2012
“With its broad array of origins and clones, this wine displays red aromas (candied cherry, pomegranate and raspberry) on the nose and the palate. In addition, a light touch of brown spices (nutmeg, cinnamon, all-spice). True to our house style, it is elegantly textured with seamlessly integrated, silky, polished tannins.”
Adelsheim, Elizabeth’s Reserve, Willamette Valley, United States, 2012
“This wine is both elegant and intense, offering layered aromas of red raspberries, fresh Oregon strawberries, brown spice and cedar. Its aromas are reflected on a palate that speaks of purity and elegance and is exceptionally balanced with silky tannins and a persistent finish.”
Antonin Guyon, Grand Cru, Clos du Roy, France, 20014
“Spicy smell with mint and a mix of herbs – with a dominant rosemary component. Round, smooth taste, pretty tannic, overwhelming taste of rosemary. Balanced acidity.”
Belle Glos, Las Alturas, Central Coast, Santa Maria Valley, United States, 2016
“Dense, dark garnet color. Aromas of juicy dark fruit, moist soil, vanilla and coco burst out of the glass. The palate is so rich that it can almost be chewed on. Flavors of pie filling, plum, cured meats and root beer enliven the senses. This wine has structural integrity with great depth. The balanced acidity leads to a provocatively supple finish.”
Bouchard Beaune Greves Vigne de l’Enfant Jesus, Burgundy, France, 2005
“A distinctly more elegant and higher-toned nose introduces rich, full, pliant and refined flavors that possess outstanding depth on the ripe, balanced, pure and sublimely harmonious finish.”
Byron, Central Coast, Santa Maria Valley, United States, 2013
“Santa Maria Valley Pinot Noir displays aromas of dark berry and cherry accented by hints of floral and mineral. The flavor profile has a core of dark berry and dark cherry with hints of earth and brown spices, backed by a smooth, silky and long finish. The wine is styled to highlight the vivid aromas and flavors of the cool-climate fruit, enhanced by careful winemaking.”
Cambria, Julia’s Vineyard, Central Coast, Santa Maria Valley, United States, 2012
“Ripe blackberry and blueberry flavors are followed by notes of cranberry, cherry and pomegranate. With a balance of earth and baking spice, this wine offers firm tannins and a long finish.”
Carmel Road, Central Coast, Monterey County, United States
“Monterey Pinot Noir is French oak aged briefly to add earthy, dark toast undertones to this brightly fragrant, berry spiced wine. The balance of the final wine is fantastic as it comes together in a velvety finish.”
Cloudfall, Monterey County, United States, 2015
“Bright dark garnet color. Aromas and flavors of baked cherries, cherry taffy, dried leaves, and tree bark with a lively, dry medium-full body and an interesting, medium-long finish with barky, leafy tannins and light oak. Nice impression of sweet ripe fruits in the bouquet.”
Domaine Drouhin “Laurene”, Dundee Hills, Oregon, United States, 2012
“The trademark of the vintage is its precision, the purity of flavor, clearly layered across the palate. The texture is very fine, and the flavors are a burst of fresh red fruits.”
Domaine Guyon, Cuvee des Dames de Vergy, Burgundy, France, 2012
“This designation includes some municipalities in the north and south of the line of wines. They represent a wide variety ranging from flexible enough and bold wines to well-structured and tannic wines. Often very colorful, with aromas of red and black fruits, they evolve towards licorice and animal notes.”
DuMOL, Russian River Valley, Sonoma County, United States, 2011
“Bright violet color. Exotic, heady aromas of dark cherry, black raspberry, licorice, violet, white pepper and cola. Sappy and structured, with gently chewy texture and powerful, deeply concentrated red and dark fruit flavors energized by minerals and Asian spices. Impressively concentrated but also strikingly elegant and poised. Shows great precision and energy on the long, floral finish.”
Dutton Goldfield, Dutton Ranch, Russian River Valley, Sonoma County, United States, 2015
“Dutton Ranch farms over eighty unique, separate vineyards located in the coolest areas of the Russian River Valley, primarily in the Green Valley sub-appellation, and our Dutton Ranch Pinot blend represents our vision for the character of this special region: juicy berry fruit in both the nose and the mouth, solid structure and fine tannins, and alluring balance. Galante, Silva, Emerald Ridge, Widdoes and Jentoft are all in the heart of Green Valley, and each contributes their unique variation of Green Valley fruit to the complexity of the blend. Morelli Lane is high on the Ridge to the west of the Valley itself and offers a bit of warmer cherry fruit to the mix. Freestone is in the far southwestern corner of the Russian River appellation and contributes its killer depth and spice to the low notes of the wine.”
En Route, Les Pommiers, Russian River Valley, Sonoma County, 2014
“This Pinot Noir reveals beautiful aromatics of raspberry, cherry and a wisp of perfume with subtle floral and mineral notes, baking spices and toasted vanilla. On the palate, the wine enters with a juicy, red fruit presence and progresses into hallmark silky, coating tannins. The finish is elegant and mouthwatering as the natural acidity leaves you refreshed and wanting more.”
Erath Resplendent, Oregon, United States, 2015
“Deep jewel tones and complexity. Black cherry, juicy plum and Campari aromas meld with slight meatiness and warm yeastiness. Cherry, cranberry-raspberry and herbal flavors provide gentle sweetness, caressing the palate to a bright finish.”
Ferrari Carano, Sonoma County, United States, 2013
“The wine has rich aromas and flavors of black cherry, plum, pomegranate, cinnamon, spice, earth and toasty oak notes. A velvety texture and bright acidity create a naturally-balanced wine with a lingering finish.”
Flor De Campo, Central Coast, United States, 2014
“Flor de Campo Pinot Noir is selected from outstanding cool climate vineyards in Santa Barbara County to highlight the quality of the appellation.
Black Cherry and plum fruit flavors, accented by raspberry and hints of earthiness, shape the beauty of our wine and the region.”
Folie a Deux, Sonoma County, United States, 2013
“Deeply concentrated with intense aromas of ripe plum, dark cherry and raspberry followed by subtle hints of earthy truffle and spice. Precise and textured, this wine has dark, briary fruit, chocolate and notes of tobacco leaf on the palate. The finish is long and smooth, supporting a structured and lush body.”
Frank Family Vineyard, Carneros, United States, 2014
“Bright ruby core and opens with aromas of black cherries, sassafras, raspberry, dried fruits, mushrooms and spice. The palate is full-bodied, generously loaded with fresh blueberry compote flavors and lush savory notes that lead to roasted figs. The tannins are refined and provide elegance and structure.”
Gary Farrell, Russian River Valley, United States, 2016
“This wine opens with alluring ripe cherry, raspberry and strawberry aromas and has plush, succulent dark berry flavors, complemented by lavish, spicy oak elements. It is deeply colored with layered complexity and a silky, sensual, long finish.”
Goldeneye, Anderson Valley, United States, 2013
“The entry offers an intriguing hint of smoke and peppercorns that carry through to a mid-palate filled with silky tannins and cherry and raspberry flavors. On the finish, oak-inspired overtones of coffee and baking spice mingle with leather and fruit bringing this wine to a long, satisfying conclusion.”
Harmand Geoffroy, En Jouise,


Beringer, Bancroft Ranch, Howell Mountain, 1999
“A seamless wine, one in which the fruit, the tannins and the oak are in perfect balance. None of these three aspects-the holy trinity of red winemaking-dominates. Instead, they work together to elevate the wine beyond expectations, even the optimistic ones. It comes from being able to pick the fruit when the tannins are as mature as the grapes and then letting both evolve in the right kind of barrel at the right level of toast.”
Cafaro, Napa Valley, United States, 1998
“Ripe, dense fruit aromas rounded with a touch of oak. The flavors are forward, but smooth and rich enhanced with a hint of cedar from the oak. Very well balanced, this Merlot has the structure, depth and richness for immediate drinkability, but will easily age another five to seven years. The flavors are smooth and rich, with a touch of cedar from the oak.”
Charles Krug, Napa Valley, United States, 2012
“Ripe cherry and berry aromas are in full bloom in this wine, considered a Cab Lover’s Merlot. With mocha, red currant and vanilla notes, this medium-bodied, well-balanced wine with silky, smooth tannins ends in a long, lingering finish.”
Chateau Ste Michelle, Canoe Ridge Estate, Columbia Valley, United States, 2013
“Canoe Ridge Estate Merlot presents flavors of ripe cherries and dark fruit followed by dusty old-world tannins. With increased vine age, this wine is showing more depth, richness and layers of flavor.”
Duckhorn, Napa Valley, United States, 2012
“Sleek and well-focused, offering appealing red currant and tomato leaf aromas, with complex cherry, cedar and espresso notes. Tannins slide in on the finish.”
Duckhorn, Howell Mountain, United States, 2013
“This wine shows aromas of sweet plum sauce, vanilla, chocolate, cedar and butterscotch with big, forward black cherry and blackberry fruit in the mouth. A balanced middle with a hint of toasty oak is paired with a nice bite from rounded tannins and a long pleasant finish.”
Duckhorn, Three Palms Vinyard, Napa Valley, United States, 2000/2002/2005
“From its vibrant red fruit to its signature minerality, this is a classic expression of the qualities that have made Three Palms Vineyard legendary in the world of California Merlot. The aromas are bright and appealing with layers of red currant, cranberry, cherry and ripe raspberry. The palate offers a robust structure with lush red fruit flavors, as well as sophisticated supporting notes of warm earth, dried wild herbs and minerals.”
Folie a Deux, Sonoma County, United States, 2012
“The Folie a Deux Merlot has spicy, floral berry fruit characteristics with a touch of toasty vanilla from the oak and has a firm layer of soft tannins. The flavors are concentrated and focused boasting a long and complex finish.”
Freemark Abbey, Napa Valley, United States, NV
“The color is a deep, rich ruby-garnet. With forward spicy sweet oak, there are layers of flavor composed of blackberry, black cherry, raspberry, dark plum, dark chocolate and spices such as cinnamon, clove and vanilla. The entry and finish are very smooth with integrated fruit resembling black cherry and Santa Rosa plum. The velvety texture coupled with the richness of flavor provides a profile that delivers from initial sip, one that continues on the palate for a very long finish.”
Frog’s Leap, Napa Valley, United States, 2013
“Sustainable and dry farming practices reveal the true personality of the varietal, which we describe as having red fruit flavors with a soft, supple texture. We believe that our Merlot is another great ambassador of the Frog’s Leap style– elegant, balanced and restrained.”
Grgich Hills, Napa Valley, United States, 2006
“This is a Cabernet lovers’ Merlot! Grown in a cool climate, our Merlot’s bright strawberries, cherries and black pepper with a velvety mouthfeel make you ask for more. Firm tannins and vibrant acidity.”
Hall, Napa Valley, United States, 2013
“Deep garnet in color, this wine starts with a beautiful voluminous entry of cascading red fruit and a soft, lush texture. A pretty, floral, fruit-driven wine with aromas of rose petal, very ripe raspberry, milk chocolate, burning embers and vanilla. A serious merlot drinkers wine ideal for everyday celebrations.”
Markham, California, United States, 2012
“Deep dark ruby color in the glass. Harmonious plum flavors are accented with blackberry and cola from blending in both Cabernet Sauvignon and Petite Sirah, which additionally added a bit of grip to the mid-palate. Wonderful vanilla, roasted nut and caramel oak flavors truly complement all the beautiful rich cherry fruit.”
McManis, California, United States, 2013
“Fruit forward with pretty blackberry aromas surround a bouquet of cream and a hint of baking spices. Juicy and concentrated, the lively mix of black fruit flavors are accompanied by the pleasant addition of a vanilla creamy texture, which has been contributed through oak aging. The wine is succulent and has a pleasing toasty finish.”
Murphy-Goode, Sonoma County, United States, 2012
“Look for aromas and flavors of black cherry, blueberry, and blackberry all tied together with just a kiss of toasty vanilla.”
Newton, Epic Unfiltered, Napa Valley, 1997
“Composty aromas of earth, licorice, black cherry liqueur, mocha, and cocoa along with a hint of white chocolate jump from the glass of this saturated ruby/purple-colored. Attractive, medium to full-bodied, with good acidity and firm tannin.”
Nickel & Nickel, Suscol Ranch, Napa Valley, California, 2013
“The wine opens with dark plum, green olive and cedar aromas. Earthy notes of tobacco leaf, olive and spice blend beautifully with toasted French oak. Rich, coating tannins elevate the fruit flavors, adding a depth and complexity that few Merlots achieve.”
Northstar, Columbia Valley, United States, 2002
“A bright, balanced wine with notes of black cherry, spice, and coconut leading to a long, smoky finish.”
Plumpjack, Napa Valley, United States, 2014
“In a brilliant juxtaposition of dense fruit and light acidity, aromas of black cherry, baked plums, and blackberry welcome the senses and are followed with warm notes of dark fudge, chocolate, and vanilla beans. On the palate, raspberry cordial, cherry pie Filling, and cedar box mingle with hints of cinnamon. A stunning example of all the best Merlot has to offer, the lush mouth-feel and complexity of flavors culminate in a rich finish.”
Rutherford Hill, Napa Valley, United States, 2012
“A fine Merlot from a winery with a very long track record of success with this difficult variety. The wine is rich and almost sweet in blackberries and cherries, yet it finishes dry in a flourish of smooth tannins.”
Shafer, Napa Valley, United States, 2000/2006/2012
“The purity of aromas and flavors is focused and alive- this is unmistakably Merlot. Predominantly delicious red fruit with a core of lush black fruit, red cherry, red plum, spice and berry with hints of eucalyptus, earth and smoke. There’s lots of flesh here held together in a structure of fine, ripe tannins.”
Simi, Sonoma County, United States, 2013
“Ruby hue with a bright edge. A little brooding. Dark, sweet plum fruit spiced with toast, forest floor, and a note of mineral smoke. Dark cherry, plum, and cranberry interlace with savory notes of gingerbread, sage, fire-toasted oak, and dark chocolate. An elegant and enticing combination of dark fruit, earthy notes, and spice, with depth and intrigue. Bright notes of sour cherry and raspberry are framed and structured by toasty oak spice, followed by hints of ginger and earthy notes of sage and a little sassafras. Baking spice notes draw you further into the glass to explore that darker plum character that is nicely structured with just the right acid balance. Red raspberry and notes of flinty smoke and sweet toasty oak linger on the finish.”
Sterling, Napa Valley, United States, 2012
“The complex aromas of ripe fruit and spicy oak are enticing. On the palate, rich black fruits are front and center with nice touches of cherry and dark chocolate continuing through the silky finish.”
Tenuta dell Ornellaia, Masseto, Bolgheri, Italy, 2005
“A very powerful and rich Merlot-based red that delivers so much currant bush, tobacco and toasty oak character. Full and layered. Goes on for minutes on the palate.”
The Vineyards At Hershey, Pennsylvania, United States, 2012
“A full-bodied, fruit forward Merlot that doesn’t disappoint on the finish. While initial flavors of cherry plan center stage, softer flavors of tobacco, leather and oak peak out on the finish.”
Trinchero, Chicken Ranch Vineyard, Nappy Valley, United States, 2009
“A pretty wine, showcasing bright red fruit and cranberry aromas with hints of cedar, mocha and pepper. Good acidity, firm tannins and integrated oak, with a touch of vanilla, make this an elegant wine.”
Wente, Crane Ridge, Central Coast, United States, 2011
“With a smooth mouthfeel and balanced tannins, this dry, full-bodied Merlot exhibits flavors of plum, cherry, vanilla and a hint of earth.”


Bricco Asili, Bernadot, Piedmont, Italy, 2000
A complex, ethereal bouquet with hints of dog-rose, violet and licorice. With its caressing, dry taste in the mouth this wine highlights the excellence in the range of Barbarescos.
Damilano Barolo, Cannubi, Piedmont, Italy, 2006
Starts out supple, with the smooth texture framing black cherry, bitter almond and licorice notes. A firm base of tannins is offset by sweet fruit, as this glides to a lingering aftertaste of tobacco, spice and cherry.
Gaja, Contesia, Piedmont, Italy, 2001
The Nebbiolo in Conteisa reflects the essence of the Cerequio terroir: expressive, floral nose with notes of red berries, plums, licorice and spices.
Gaja, Sperss, Piedmont, Italy, 2001
Sperss displays the austere character typical of Serralunga terroir: deep structure and lots of ripe tannins. The nose shows a dark, pure and very focused fruit with classic hints of tar, licorice and a touch of truffles.
Nino Negri, Sfursat 5 Stelle, Italy, 2006
This sensual, textured wine emerges from the glass with generous red fruit, flowers, minerals, tar and licorice.
Pecchenino Barolo, Piedmont, Italy, 2011
Starts out supple, with the smooth texture framing black cherry, bitter almond and licorice notes. A firm base of tannins is offset by sweet fruit, as this glides to a lingering aftertaste of tobacco, spice and cherry.
Ricossa, Antica Casa, Piedmont, Italy, 2010
This wine has a bright garnet color with brick-orange hues and the scent of alcohol-drenched fruit. On the palate, mulberry and sour cherry flavors are shaped by zesty acidity, a good tannin structure and a quite persistent finish.


Terlato, Dry Creek, 2004 72
Petite Sirah, Two Angels, High Valley, Lake County, 2009 35
Rocinante Wines, Rutherford, 2004 80

Cabernet Sauvignon

Origin-Napa “Family Home”, Napa Valley, 2002 129
Stag’s Leap, SLV, 2008 236
Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, S.L.V. Estate Bottled, Napa Valley, 2003 249
Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, Artemis, Napa Valley, 2004 118
Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, Cask 23, Estate Bottled, Napa Valley, 2002 370
Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, Cask 23, Estate Bottled, Napa Valley, 2003 370
Charles Krug, Napa Valley 64
Clark-Claudon Vineyards, Napa Valley, 1999 190
Clark-Claudon Vineyards, Napa Valley, 2001 190
Napa Cellars, Napa Valley, 2012 58
Far Niente, Estate Bottled, Napa Valley, 2005 264
Beringer, Private Reserve, Napa Valley, 1992 218
Beringer, Private Reserve, Napa Valley, 1990 138
Trefethen, Library Selection, Estate Grown, Napa Valley,1995 48
Stags Leap, S.L.V. Estate Bottled, Napa Valley, 1998 240
Chimney Rock, Stags Leap District, Napa Valley, 2009 118
M. Trinchero Reserve, Lewelling Vineyard, Napa Valley, 2000 106
Pine Ridge, Stags Leap District, Napa Valley, 2002 158
Chateau St Jean, Cinq Cépages, Sonoma, 2000 132
Frogs Leap, Napa Valley, 2004 91
St. Supery, “Dollarhide”, Limited Edition, Napa Valley, 2002 186
Hess Vineyards, Allomi, Napa Valley, 2004 66
Von Strasser Estate Vineyard, Diamond Mountain, Napa Valley, 2001 129
Nickel & Nickel, Branding Iron, Oakville, Napa Valley, 2010 218
Chateau Montelena Winery, “The Montelena Estate”, Napa Valley, 1999 258
Chateau Montelena Winery, “The Montelena Estate”, Napa Valley, 2003 252
Chateau Montelena Winery, “The Montelena Estate”, Napa Valley, 1998 268
Chateau Montelena Winery, “The Montelena Estate”, Napa Valley, 2004 268
Beringer, Private Reserve, Napa Valley, 2005 249
Sterling Vineyard, Napa Valley, 2005 58
Robert Mondavi, Reserve, Napa Valley, 2006 248
Grgich Hills, Napa Valley, 2007 157
Shafer Vineyards, Napa Valley, 2002 127
Ramey Wine Cellars, Napa Valley, 2005 114
Jarvis, Estate Grown, Cave Fermented, Napa Valley, 1996 176
Jarvis, Estate Grown, Cave Fermented, Napa Valley, 1999 176
Markham, Napa Valley, 2005 88
Beaulieu Vineyard, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa Valley, 2001 173
Beaulieu Vineyard, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa Valley, 1999 173
Beaulieu Vineyard, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa Valley, 2002 180
Beringer, Private Reserve, Napa Valley, 1996 219
Beringer, Private Reserve, Napa Valley, 1997 224
Silver Oak, Napa Valley, 2003 228
Burgess Library, Vintage Selection, Napa Valley, 1991 133
Burgess Library, Vintage Selection, Napa Valley, 1992 133
Shafer Vineyards, Hillside Select, Stags Leap District, Napa Valley, 1998 337
Shafer Vineyards, Hillside Select, Stags Leap District, Napa Valley, 2004 454
Palmaz Vineyards, Napa Valley, 2001 233
R. Mondavi Winery, Napa Valley, 2004 60
Duckhorn Vineyards, Napa Valley, 2009 160
Sterling Vineyards, Reserve, Napa Valley, 2004 166
Duckhorn Vineyard, Estate Grown, Napa Valley, 2004 212
Duckhorn Vineyard, Estate Grown, Napa Valley, 1993 170
J. Davies, Diamond Mountain, Napa Valley 164
Silverado Vineyards, Estate Grown, Napa Valley, 2007 98
Cedar Knoll Vineyards, Napa Valley, 2006 94
Caymus Vineyards, Rutherford, Napa Valley, 2009 , 168
Caymus Vineyards, Rutherford, Napa Valley, 2011 168
Charles Krug Napa, Napa Valley, 2006 151
Silverado Vineyards “Solo”, Stags Leap District, Napa Valley, 2004 184
Hall, Napa Valley, 2008 113
Ridge, Monte Bello,California,1992 530
M. Trinchero, Family Selection,California, 2004 29
Thorn Hill Vineyards, Red Rock Reserve, Lake County, 2009 59
Continuum, Oakville, 2007 308
Continuum, Oakville, 2005 297
Robert Mondavi, Oakville 80
Peju Province, Rutherford, 2006 46
Frog’s Leap, Rutherford, 2003 188
Trinchero Winery, Chicken Ranch Vineyard, Rutherford, 2009 91
Jordan Vineyards, Estate Bottled, Alexander Valley, 1990 329
Jordan Vineyards, Estate Bottled, Alexander Valley, 1993 329
Silver Oak, Alexander Valley, 2008 167
Simi, Alexander Valley, 2008 84
Stonestreet, Christopher’s, Alexander Mountain Estate, 1997 174
Folie A Deux, Sonoma 60
Frizt Winery, Dry Creek Valley, 2006 77
Beringer, Knights Valley, 2004 68
Tangley Oaks, North Coast, 2011 58
Chateau Ste Michelle Vineyards, Cold Creek, Columbia Valley, 2007 70
Chateau Ste Michelle, Canoe Ridge 79
Woodward Canyon Winery, Washington, 2000 91


Quintessa Rutherford, Napa Valley, 2003 307
Dominus Estate, Napanook Vineyard, Napa Valley, 1995 205
Opus One, Napa Valley, 2007 378
Prevail Winery, West Face, 2003 96
St. Supery, Elu, 2002 134
Frogs Leap, Rutherford, Napa Valley, 1999 164
Meritage Reserve, Trinchero, Napa Valley 112
Uriah, Spring Valley Vineyard, 2008 108
Banfi Centine, Toscana, 2000 32
Folie A Duex, Menage A Trois 31
Charles Krug, Generations 121
Ravenswood Merlot, Vintner’s Blend, 2003 34
Trinchero, Marios Reserve, Meritage, 2005 105
Trinchero, Marios Reserve, Meritage, 2004 100
Markham, 1879, 2010 61
Paraduxx, Duckhorn Wine Company, Napa Valley, 2008 98
Mourvedre Cline, Contra Coasta County, 1999 50
Alluvium Beringer, Knights Valley, 2003 71
Ramey, Claret 87
Niebaum, Coppola Estate, Cab Franc, 2002 101
Hands Of Time, Stag’s Leap, 2009 74
Shafer, Relentless, 2004 159
Ridge, Monte Bello, Red 276
Mourvedre “Old Telegram” Bonny Doon Vineyard, 2002 82
Ravenswood, Monte Rosso, 2001 71
Shafer Syrah, Relentless, 2001 139
Hardys Stamp, Shiraz, 2004 29
Col Solare 1998, 2001 160
Montevina, Terra D’Oro, Sangiovese, 2004 45
Conundrum 52
Trefethen Family Vineyards, Double T, 2009 61
Petite Verdot, Trinchero, Central Park West 112


Frog’s Leap, Napa Valley, 2008 62
Montevina, Terra D’Oro 100 Year Vines, Deaver Vineyard, 2002 65
Rosenblum, Zinfandel, Richard Sauret, 2003 66
Howell Moutain Vineyard, Beatty Ranch, Howell Mountain, Napa Valley, 2002 88
Chateau Montelena, The Montelena Estate, 2005 66
Chateau Souvrain, Dry Creek Valley, 2002 44
Alderbrook, Zinfandel, 2003 48
The Federalist, Dry Creek, 2009 65
Girard, Napa Valley, 2001 56
Mariah, Mendocino Ridge, 2004 60
Grgich Hills, Zinfandel, 2007 75
Tarius Aldine Vineyard, Mendocino, 1999 69
Biale Spenker Lodi, 2001 81