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Menagerie Aerator

$29.99

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Choose from over 65 different aerators! Makes a perfect gift for the collector in your life. Call for list of choices. 925-456-7676

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Blingy Sips Magnetic Wine Charms

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Blingy Sips are magnetic wine charms that help identify your wine glasses! Many collections to choose from including sports, dogs, cats, beach theme, cowboy themes and more!

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Wine Bottle Candle

$24.95 / Each

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2019 Sauvignon Blanc

CA - Alameda County - Livermore Valley

$24.00 / 750 mL

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Winemaker’s Notes:
“The Sauvignon Blanc from Livermore Valley is unrivaled in freshness and clarity of purpose. It’s the varietal that brought Page Mill Winery to Livermore Valley and will be a standard bearer for our mission.
Over the years I have sought after Sauvignon Blanc grapes that minimize the grassiness associated with this varietal and lend itself to clean, crisp aromas and flavors.”
Dane Stark, winemaker

Tasting Notes:
Page Mill’s 37th vintage of Sauvignon Blanc shows us why we continue to pursue perfect expression of the grape. From the Donovan Vineyard in Livermore Valley, this wine might remind you of the wonderful whites from Bordeaux. The Sauvignon Blanc’s principle quality is in its youthfulness. Medium to bright acidity leads into a lean, complex finish of fresh fruit and classic Sauvignon Blanc aromas of lemon and spice. It has very little grassy characteristic.
 It should be served well chilled and will accompany lighter fare including salads, goat cheese and seafood….. the Spanish paella is not to be ignored with this wine…and it is not afraid to “go it alone…" Just open and enjoy.

  • Alcohol 12.50%
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2018 Chardonnay, Livermore Valley

CA - Alameda County - Livermore Valley

$24.00 / 750 mL

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Tasting Notes:

The barrel fermentation of 25% of this Chardonnay adds complexity while the 75% that is fermented in stainless steel under temperature control provides freshness and structure. 

It has opening notes of butter, lemon, fruit and honey suckle with a bit of almond and vanilla on the nose.

It has a lovely, golden yellow, straw color.

The palate entry is of floral components with ripe fruit in the California style and a soft, pleasing mid palate. The acidity is tempered making this an excellent food wine but one that drinks all by itself just fine! There is honey and buttercup in the finish with lingering bright floral and a subtle kiss of American Oak. 

  • Alcohol 13.50%
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2019 Chardonnay, VS

CA - Alameda County - Livermore Valley

$35.00 / 750 mL

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  • Alcohol 13.40%
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2019 Muscat

CA - Alameda County - Livermore Valley

$28.00 / 750 mL

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The Muscat (or as we lovingly call “#MuscatLuv”) brings a new and playful dimension to the Page Mill family of white wines. The Muscat grape has typical floral components not associated with Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc, or even Sauvignon Blanc. Its ripe and generous aroma profile provide a very fruity flavor which is quite pleasing. We have created a dry version of this smart grape. 

It should be served well chilled and will beg to be consumed by itself or with a host of pre-dinner nosh like goat cheese, dried apricots, harder cheeses, nuts and charcuterie. It is, additionally, not afraid to “go it alone”…. And can be just as easily served as a dessert wine, even though it is dry, the freshness on the palate and fruitiness on the nose might just be that perfect cap to a great meal.

  • Alcohol 13.90%
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2019 Estrella

CA - Alameda County - Livermore Valley

$30.00 / 375 mL

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  • Alcohol 15.20%
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2012 BLanc de Blanc

CA - Alameda County - Livermore Valley

$85.00 / 750 mL

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TA: 9.8g/l
pH: 3.1
Brix at harvest: 18
Harvest date: 8/16/2012
Aging treatment: 36 months sur tirage

Initial Fermentation:
The grapes were harvested at 18 brix then gently pressed into steel tank for settling. This creates a juice that is highly acidic and not very sweet just right for sparkling wine. The juice is cold settled and racked into a second tank for primary fermentation which removes all the sugar and leaves a base wine with about 10.2% alcohol.

Initial Bottling: Secondary Yeast Fermentation
This base wine is then bottled and a “liquer de tirage”is added including 25.2 grams of sugar, Prise de mousse yeast and a special riddling agent to help aide in the removal of the spent yeast after the fermentation. The wine goes through a secondary yeast fermentation under a crown cap which captures the carbon dioxide in the bottle “adding the stars” to the wine and making it effervescent as well as raising the level of percent alcohol. This is known as Methode Champenoise..

Aging “Sur Tirage”:
The bottles are aged on their side for 3 years before disgorgement allowing the autolysis of the yeast to create a baked bread, burnt almond creaminess which add aroma and a complex mouthfeel.

Riddling:
Riddling takes place at the end of the aging when the correct complexity has been achieved. The bottles are placed neck down and each one is lifted, turned and dropped to move the yeast lees and settling agent into the mouth of the bottle. It is “jostled” in this way, by hand, 2 to 3 times per day for 6 weeks.

Disgorging:
The first inch of the neck of the bottle is frozen solid on a bed of dry ice and the crown cap removed. The frozen plug of wine and yeast lees is forcefully ejected and a final dosing of sweetening is instilled.  For this vintage of Brut we added 3.7 g/l sugar. The base wine is added to bring the level to 750 ml and to create an elegant Brut style wine.

  • Alcohol 12.50%
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2014 BLanc de Blanc

CA - Alameda County - Livermore Valley

$75.00 / 750 mL

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TA: 9.5g/l
pH: 3.23
Brix at harvest: 19.8
Harvest date: 8/6/2014
Aging treatment: 36 months sur tirage

Initial Fermentation:
The grapes were harvested at 18 brix then gently pressed into steel tank for settling. This creates a juice that is highly acidic and not very sweet just right for sparkling wine. The juice is cold settled and racked into a second tank for primary fermentation which removes all the sugar and leaves a base wine with about 10.2% alcohol.

Initial Bottling: Secondary Yeast Fermentation
This base wine is then bottled and a “liquer de tirage”is added including 25.2 grams of sugar, Prise de mousse yeast and a special riddling agent to help aide in the removal of the spent yeast after the fermentation. The wine goes through a secondary yeast fermentation under a crown cap which captures the carbon dioxide in the bottle “adding the stars” to the wine and making it effervescent as well as raising the level of percent alcohol. This is known as Methode Champenoise..

Aging “Sur Tirage”:
The bottles are aged on their side for 3 years before disgorgement allowing the autolysis of the yeast to create a baked bread, burnt almond creaminess which add aroma and a complex mouthfeel.

Riddling:
Riddling takes place at the end of the aging when the correct complexity has been achieved. The bottles are placed neck down and each one is lifted, turned and dropped to move the yeast lees and settling agent into the mouth of the bottle. It is “jostled” in this way, by hand, 2 to 3 times per day for 6 weeks.

Disgorging:
The first inch of the neck of the bottle is frozen solid on a bed of dry ice and the crown cap removed. The frozen plug of wine and yeast lees is forcefully ejected and a final dosing of sweetening is instilled.  For the “sauvage” style of Brut no sugar is added. The base wine is added to bring the level to 750 ml and to create an elegant Brut style wine.

  • Alcohol 12.50%
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BYOB

CA - Alameda County - Livermore Valley

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$9.99 / 750 mL

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BYOB

  • Alcohol 14.50%
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2018 Barbera

CA - California

Club Members Only

$42.00 / 750 mL

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Winemaker’s Notes:
“Barbera is such a delicious wine; we are lucky to have this experiment to reclaim.
My first selection to pair with this wine is cheese, before all else.”
Dane Stark, Owner & Winemaker

Tasting Notes:
The color of this wine is a deeper and more vibrant red due to medium to high acidity.
It opens with earthy fruit, a touch of floral  and medium intensity with a pleasing berry and medium tannic force.
The structure lends itself to aging, and the fruit of the mid palate leads to a lengthy finish. Dense tannins provide for a wonderful food wine and will pair beautifully with richer dishes. The finish mingles floral components and nuts with spice, herbs and roses.

  • Alcohol 14.50%
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2017 Zinfandel VS

CA - Alameda County - Livermore Valley

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$38.00 / 750 mL

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Tasting Notes:

This wine has ruby clarity and vibrant red color.
Its aroma is candied and floral, with cherries and hints of spice, oak and leather.
With medium tannins and silky mid palate, the fruit is elegant and backed by an elevated alcohol giving it a racy mouthfeel. There are notes of leather and earth, with an oak undertone and ample tannins to provide for a lengthy finish.

This wine saw entirely American oak barrels with 20% being new.

  • Alcohol 15.50%
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2018 Tempranillo

CA - Alameda County - Livermore Valley

Club Members Only

$28.00 / 750 mL

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Winemaker’s Notes:

“Tempranillo is a workhorse of varietals, typically being blended into Riojas.
As a stand alone varietal it is more demure than our California standard bearers, Cab and Merlot. It’s a wine that is not the loudest at the part, but still waters run deep. Because it can be masked by oak influence, the new oak was sparingly used, accounting for less than 10% of the blend.
It is a Spanish varietal that performs exceptionally well in our Livermore Valley.
My first selection to pair with this wine is hard cheese and crudites!”

Dane Stark, winemaker



Tasting Notes:

The color of this wine is a medium red ruby color, not overly dense.
It opens with earthy fruit, a touch of plum and strawberry, tobacco and medium intensity with a pleasing berry and soft tannin presentation.
The structure lends itself to aging and the lean fruit of the mid palate is pleasing in a delicate way. The excellent structure provides for a wonderful food wine and this wine will pair beautifully with richer dishes. The finish mingles spice, leather, herbs and earth.

  • Alcohol 14.90%
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2018 Zinfandel

CA - Alameda County - Livermore Valley

Club Members Only

$28.00 / 750 mL

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Winemaker’s Notes:

“The Zinfandels that we find in Livermore Valley can be highland raisin or valley floor jam. While both of these vineyards can be considered Valley Floor, they are not in the Tesla corridor of deeper soils.
The harvest in 2018 was normal, providing an elegant sweetness to the palate that we haven’t seen in recent vintages.
This wine is a combination of the Sblendorio Vineyard and Donovan Vineyard…. .”

Dane Stark, winemaker




Tasting Notes:

This wine has ruby clarity and vibrant red color.
Its aroma is lovely, floral and bright, with cherries and hints of spice and some candied notes.
With soft tannins and silky mid palate, the fruit is gentle and backed by an elevated alcohol giving it a sweet presentation. There are notes of strawberry pie, candied cherries, and a hint of jam towards the finish and in the lingering palate.

Oak plays a minor roll in this wine which saw entirely American barrels with no new barrels.

  • Alcohol 15.50%
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2017 Cabernet Sauvignon

CA - Alameda County - Livermore Valley

$38.00 / 750 mL

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TA: 6 g/l
pH: 3.6
Brix at harvest: 24.8
Harvest date: 9/30 - 10/21/17
Aging treatment: 100% American Oak (medium grain), 15% New American Oak
Bottled: 9/6/2019


Winemaker’s Notes:

           “The grapes for this wine come from four different vineyards in the Livermore Valley. They have been selected for producing exceptional wines for the region.
            The Livermore Valley will produce stunning Cabs, and this vintage is no exception. The East end of the valley provides heat, deep soils, and a length to the day during the growing season that provides for weighty Cabernet Sauvignon. The west end has more pocketed terrain, more fertile ground and more even ripening.
            Two of the vineyards, Thatcher Bay and Crane Ridge, are west and south facing respectively, providing depth on the palate and structure. The third and fourth vineyards are in Kalthoff Commons, which is fairly flat ground with deep soils and increased topography providing retained cooling through the morning hours, it lends structure to the blend.
With the grace of this wine ageability is assured.”

            Dane Stark, winemaker


Tasting notes:

The color of this wine is ruby red in the center with clarity and vibrant edges.
            It opens with broody, robust fruit, a touch of smoke and floral, and hints of chocolate and strawberry. It has a back drop of oak, not so much that it attracts center stage, but enough that the curtains are draped in it.
            The fruit is backed by rich cassis with a vanilla undertone. Medium tannins provide for a wonderful food wine and tremendous age-ability. The smooth finish mingles toasted oak and ripe fruit for a rich experience of classic Cabernet Sauvignon.

  • Alcohol 14.50%
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2017 Cabernet Sauvignon, VS

CA - Alameda County - Livermore Valley

Club Members Only

$48.00 / 750 mL

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  • Alcohol 14.50%
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2018 GPS

CA - Alameda County - Livermore Valley

$38.00 / 750 mL

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Brix at harvest: 24.5
Harvest date: 9/10-10/12/17
Aging treatment: 75% Aged American Oak, 25% New American Oak


Winemaker’s Notes:
    “To be a good winemaker is to be a good listener. We spend entire seasons listening to the vineyard, trying to balance the vine to its environment, water with the vine’s need, adjusting to the cycles. We watch the shoots, the clusters, the canopy and the cover crop. We put our ear to the proverbial ground at harvest, weighing the ripeness of the fruit with the health of the vine, the weather, projected remaining heat in the season, rain fall…. And “hear” when it is time to pick. We spend years listening to the wine in barrels, does it need more oak? Is it too tannic? Will it age longer? Does it need to be bottled?

I have spent 14 years listening to the Livermore Valley appellation and this spot, this valley, these vineyards with their history, they give me perspective. Leave the overwrought Cabs to the North, the mist enshrouded Pinots to the West. Give me glorious floral. Give me fruit driven blends. Let me hear the Grenache, the Petite Sirah and the Syrah grapes that enjoy deep soils, heated summers, and afternoon bay breezes only the east bay experiences. Put these varietals together, grown in this place, and the Livermore Valley pulls back the veil to bring you into its fold. This blend says “place”, it says “unique”, it says “Livermore Valley” like no other blend can.”
    
    Dane Stark, winemaker


Tasting notes:
Tasting notes:

Beautiful dark red with ruby edges and deep purplish towards the center.
This wine opens with ripe berries, a back bone of oak, layered cassis, smoke and dense fruit. The palate is dense and pleasing, with medium tannins, a lengthy and full mouthfeel. It finishes long with ripe fruit, dark berries a touch of oak and a lengthy underlay of spice. The smoke on the final palate is notable.
It should age gracefully.

  • Alcohol 14.50%
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2017 Petite Sirah, Estate

CA - Alameda County - Livermore Valley

Club Members Only

$50.00 / 750 mL

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  • Alcohol 15.50%
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2017 LVVC

CA - Alameda County - Livermore Valley

$42.00 / 750 mL

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Livermore Valley Vintner's Collective is a group of highly motivated and creative winemakers residing in the Livermore Valley. Driven by collaboration and inspiration, the group decided to begin a winemaking project....
Central question.....
What would happen if you give a group of winemakers a framework of varietals and ask them to make a wine. One that is totally unique, accessible and interesting. A representation of the specified grapes from the appellation, but with the fingerprints of each personality. Would you end up with similar wines? Would they be drastically different?
The answer lies within....

  • Alcohol 14.50%
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2017 LVVC Box Set

CA - Alameda County - Livermore Valley

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$252.00 / 6 x 750 mL

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This Collector's Edition of the LVVC Box Set 2017 contains a bottle of LVVC from each producer that participated in the inaugural vintage.
3 Steves
Fenestra
John Evans
Las Positas
Page Mill
Wood Family
The bottles are signed by the winemakers!