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Club Crush - July 2020

Club Crush News

Club Crush - July 2020

A closer look into the 5 wines chosen for this month's White Wine and Pinot Noir Clubs. Featuring a classically styled Pinot Noir from one of the most well storied families in California wine and a Sauvignon Blanc from one of the world's premier female winemakers.

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Club Crush - June 2020

Club Crush News

Club Crush - June 2020

Do you want to learn more about the wines you received this month? Want to know what kinds of wines we feature in one of the other clubs? Or maybe you aren't any of our clubs (yet) and are curious about the kinds of wines we offer our members. Whatever the reason, here is a closer look at the six amazing red wines we featured in the three clubs that went out for June.

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Top Shelf Whites That Aren't Chardonnay

Wine In Focus

Top Shelf Whites That Aren't Chardonnay

Chardonnay sometimes seems to dominate the higher end white wine category. So if you're looking for something nice for a special occasion or gift, it can be hard to find something that stands out from the usual notes of toast, pear, and butterscotch. Here are some of our favorite whites that aren't Chardonnay and are worth every penny.

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Club Crush - May 2020

Club Crush News

Club Crush - May 2020

Take a closer look at the five wines we have selected for May's Club Crush White and Club Crush Pinot Noir. Learn the stories behind the wineries, what to expect out of the glass, and a couple ideas for food pairings.

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We Taste So You Can Drink: Issue 1

New Arrivals Wine In Focus

We Taste So You Can Drink: Issue 1

While The Wine Crush isn't open for tastings yet, we are still sampling wines and bringing in new releases and exclusive labels. This week we are focusing on four new, extremely small production wines: a second label from a prestigious Willamette Valley producer, a first vintage chardonnay from one of our favorite Sonoma County wineries, a micro-produced grenache from a winery with the soul of an indie-rock group, and an exclusive Zinfandel from one of the most well known names in Dry Creek Valley.

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