red

’15 Hajszan Neumann zweigelt, Nussberg, Austria     40

’17 Oddity mourvèdre, Cimarron Vineyard, Camp Verde, Arizona     44

’17 La Spinetta sagiovese, Il Nero di Casanova, Tuscany, Italy     46

’18 Viña Hobbs bordeaux blend, Cocodrilo, Mendoza, Argentina     48

’18 Ken Wright pinot noir, Willamette, Oregon     50

the OG of Oregon wine, Ken Wright can do no wrong when it comes to perfect pinot

’17 Inama carmenere/merlot, Piu, Veneto, Italy     56

’13 Neal petite sirah, Rutherford Dust Vineyard, Napa     60

’19 Page Springs grenache, wild ferment, Colibri Vineyard, Cochise County, Arizona     glass-16     bottle-60

Eric Glomski used an ancient French process (&magic?) to make this ethereal gem

’17 Dominio de Pingus tinto fino, Psi ψ, Ribera del Duero, Spain     66

’15 Lorenzo Mattoni sagrantino, Montefalco, Umbria, Italy     75

’18 Bodegas El Nido monastrell/cabernet, Clio, Jumilla, Spain   86

’18 Ridge zinfandel blend, Geyserville, Alexander Valley   89

there’s zinfandel, and then there’s Ridge; the Geyserville field blend is the gold standard

’16 K Vintners grenache, The Boy, Powerline Vineyard, Walla Walla, Washington     95

’15 Chateau Cantin bordeaux blend, Saint-Émilion, Bordeaux     96

’17 Bedrock red/white field blend, old vines, Heritage, Sonoma     98

27 varietal (twenty seven!) field blend planted in 1888 from Morgan Twain Peterson

’18 Caterwaul cabernet sauvignon, Napa   99

’16 Jonata red/white blend, Todos, Ballard Canyon, Santa Ynez     105

’17 Bruno Colin pinot noir, vieilles vignes, Chassagne Montrachet, Burgundy     135

I am typically not a Burgundy fan, but when it’s red Chaddagne Montrachet that is so precociuos & delicious that you compare it to two kittens fighting in a sack, I can’t not

Casanova di Neri sangiovese, white label, Brunello di Montalcino, Tuscany, Italy     175

’10 Cesari corvina blend, riserva, Bosan Vineyard, Amarone della Valpolicella, Veneto, Italy     199

’12 Chateau La Grave bordeaux blend, Pomerol, Bordeaux   295