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Women in Wine Crush Hour

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    Join us at Bern’s Fine Wines & Spirits for Crush Hour Friday, March 8, from 6:30-8pm to celebrate female winemakers and/or proprietors from California. 

    Please click on the link below to make your reservation. Tickets are $25 per person. No refunds will be issued. 

    2014 Domaine Carneros Brut
    Winemaker Eileen Crane has been making Domaine Carneros sparkling wines since 1987 when tapped by Tattinger to oversee their newest effort in Napa Valley. Her Brut is elegantly refined, with expressive 
    Asian pear, raspberry and toasted spice flavors that build vibrancy toward a long, steely finish. 
    93 points Wine Spectator

    2017 Darioush Viognier $54.95
    Hope Golde is a 6th generation winemaker and has been contributing her talents to Darioush since 2005. 
    Her Viognier has fresh floral notes of apple blossom and acacia; vibrant citrus and stone 
    fruits with delicate spice. Juicy peach and apricot flavors take center stage, finishing 
    with lively kumquat and persistent minerality.
    90 points Decanter, Wine Enthusiast

    2015 Hollywood & Vine 2480 Chardonnay $45.95
    Winemaker Celia Welch was chosen in the early 90’s to help launch Hollywood & Vine Wines. This Chardonnay shows aromas of ripe peach, grilled apricot, beeswax and a touch of vanilla in addition to the more traditional notes of apple blossom and jasmine. On the palate, flavors of citrus and tropical fruits gives way to a broad, flavor-packed mid-palate. The finish is round and soft, with a faint base note of French oak serving as a 
    foundation to the creamy texture and bright, fresh finish.
    93 points Wine Spectrum Rating

    2016 Walt ‘Santa Rita Hills’ Pinot Noir $34.95
    Winemaker Megan Gunderson’s Santa Rita Hill Pinot shows powerful aromas of ripe cherry coulis, white pepper, and beautiful earthiness abound. An incredibly dense and fruit forward palate is layered with flavors of 
    red berry compote, cardamom, and mineral-laced acidity. 
    92 points Jed Dunnuck, 91 points Wine Spectator

    2016 Cakebread Cabernet Sauvignon $82.95
    Stephanie Jacobs has been steering Cakebread Cellars winemaking efforts since 2004. Her Napa Cabernet is 84% Cabernet Sauvignon, 9% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Franc, 2% Petit Verdot; Deep shades of purple, and rich dark-red hues, signal that this is a quintessential Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. Aromas of ripe blackberry, boysenberry, dark chocolate and notes of oak precede balanced acidity and firm tannins.
    92 points James Suckling

    2015 HALL Napa Valley Cabernet $54.95
    Kathryn’s Cabernet shows a deep garnet-purple color. This wine offers an earthy/savory nose with notes of fertile loam, tree bark, and smoked meat over a cassis and black cherry core with touches of roses and menthol. Full-bodied, the palate delivers a great expression and plenty of character, supported by chewy tannins and finishing on a savory note.
    93 points Robert Parker

    2015 Chalk Hill Estate Red $59.95
    Courtney Foley grew up in the winemaking industry as the daughter of Robert Foley and was promoted to winemaker at Chalk Hill last year. This red blend has deep garnet-purple colored and delivers a good amount of oak-inspired notions to begin over a core of blackcurrant cordial, blackberry pie, preserved plums and chocolate box with hints of vanilla pod and cigar box. Full-bodied, the palate is jam-packed with black fruit preserves, framed by ripe, firm, grainy tannins and just enough freshness, finishing on a woody note. 
    94 points Robert Parker

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03/08/2019|6:30pm-8:00pm|Bern's Fine Wines & Spirits.


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SKU: Event-crushhour20190308

Join us at Bern’s Fine Wines & Spirits for Crush Hour Friday, March 8, from 6:30-8pm to celebrate female winemakers and/or proprietors from California. 

Please click on the link below to make your reservation. Tickets are $25 per person. No refunds will be issued. 

2014 Domaine Carneros Brut
Winemaker Eileen Crane has been making Domaine Carneros sparkling wines since 1987 when tapped by Tattinger to oversee their newest effort in Napa Valley. Her Brut is elegantly refined, with expressive 
Asian pear, raspberry and toasted spice flavors that build vibrancy toward a long, steely finish. 
93 points Wine Spectator

2017 Darioush Viognier $54.95
Hope Golde is a 6th generation winemaker and has been contributing her talents to Darioush since 2005. 
Her Viognier has fresh floral notes of apple blossom and acacia; vibrant citrus and stone 
fruits with delicate spice. Juicy peach and apricot flavors take center stage, finishing 
with lively kumquat and persistent minerality.
90 points Decanter, Wine Enthusiast

2015 Hollywood & Vine 2480 Chardonnay $45.95
Winemaker Celia Welch was chosen in the early 90’s to help launch Hollywood & Vine Wines. This Chardonnay shows aromas of ripe peach, grilled apricot, beeswax and a touch of vanilla in addition to the more traditional notes of apple blossom and jasmine. On the palate, flavors of citrus and tropical fruits gives way to a broad, flavor-packed mid-palate. The finish is round and soft, with a faint base note of French oak serving as a 
foundation to the creamy texture and bright, fresh finish.
93 points Wine Spectrum Rating

2016 Walt ‘Santa Rita Hills’ Pinot Noir $34.95
Winemaker Megan Gunderson’s Santa Rita Hill Pinot shows powerful aromas of ripe cherry coulis, white pepper, and beautiful earthiness abound. An incredibly dense and fruit forward palate is layered with flavors of 
red berry compote, cardamom, and mineral-laced acidity. 
92 points Jed Dunnuck, 91 points Wine Spectator

2016 Cakebread Cabernet Sauvignon $82.95
Stephanie Jacobs has been steering Cakebread Cellars winemaking efforts since 2004. Her Napa Cabernet is 84% Cabernet Sauvignon, 9% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Franc, 2% Petit Verdot; Deep shades of purple, and rich dark-red hues, signal that this is a quintessential Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. Aromas of ripe blackberry, boysenberry, dark chocolate and notes of oak precede balanced acidity and firm tannins.
92 points James Suckling

2015 HALL Napa Valley Cabernet $54.95
Kathryn’s Cabernet shows a deep garnet-purple color. This wine offers an earthy/savory nose with notes of fertile loam, tree bark, and smoked meat over a cassis and black cherry core with touches of roses and menthol. Full-bodied, the palate delivers a great expression and plenty of character, supported by chewy tannins and finishing on a savory note.
93 points Robert Parker

2015 Chalk Hill Estate Red $59.95
Courtney Foley grew up in the winemaking industry as the daughter of Robert Foley and was promoted to winemaker at Chalk Hill last year. This red blend has deep garnet-purple colored and delivers a good amount of oak-inspired notions to begin over a core of blackcurrant cordial, blackberry pie, preserved plums and chocolate box with hints of vanilla pod and cigar box. Full-bodied, the palate is jam-packed with black fruit preserves, framed by ripe, firm, grainy tannins and just enough freshness, finishing on a woody note. 
94 points Robert Parker