This elegant wine opens up savory mediterranean aromas of sun-dried tomatoes and black olives. The cherry notes on the front palate and medium tannins give way for this wine to be the go-to for dinner parties. We suggest pairing it with manchego cheese, roasted root vegetables, and roasted chicken.
This dry rose stands apart from all those before it. Medium bodied, with notes of raspberry and pomegranate, this zesty rosé will keep you drinking all day. Subtle hints of fruit and a clean finish, this wine pairs well with assertive flavors like those found in spicy Thai dishes, but also pairs well with a simple salad and sourdough. A great lunch-time wine, if you can keep from finishing the bottle!
With aromas of golden apple, brioche, pineapple, and lemon bar, this low minerality and medium acidity Chardonnay is for both devotees of the varietal as well as those that say they hate Chardonnay. Stands well all by itself on a hot summer day and pairs well with fish, chicken, and nutty cheeses.
Unlike any Merlot before it, this wine has a bold start with a quiet finish. With tart blueberry notes and soft tannins, and a slight linger on the back palate, even Paul Giamatti would approve of this atypical Merlot.
The favorite of all who work at Brice Station, the Cabernet Franc has a subtle plum-like sweetness. With a clean dry finish this wine pairs well with a hearty soup on a cold day, fresh toasted sourdough, or a nice juicy tri-tip.
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