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    Whites & Reds Wine Club Membership

    9 bottles of red & 1 bottle of white per year. You will receive FIVE to SIX club releases a year (for a total of of 10-12 bottles).

    There is no cost to join our wine club, but plenty of benefits! Receive additional discounts (10% 1-5 bottles, 15% 6-11 bottles, and 25% on the purchase of 12 or more).

    Remember : We require all new wine club members to commit to TWO club releases (that is a total of four bottles)

  • Reds Only - Join Wine Club

    Reds Only Wine Club Membership

    10 bottles of red. You will receive up to Five or Six club releases a year (for a total of of 10-12 bottles).

    There is no cost to join our wine club, but plenty of benefits! Receive additional discounts (10% 1-5 bottles, 15% 6-11 bottles, and 25% on the purchase of 12 or more).

    Remember : We require all new wine club members to commit to TWO club releases (that is a total of four bottles)

White Wines

  • Albarino Dry $18.00 SOLD OUT!!!!

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    2014 Albarino Dry

    Originating in Spain, this aromatic grape produces wines that are fruity, crisp and refreshing. It is reminiscent of a more aromatic version of Sauvingnon Blanc. This vintage has a nose like dried apricots and tropical flowers, and a taste hinting of pear or peach juice. Pronounced: AL-BAR-EEN-YO


  • 2015 Viognier $20.00

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    2015 Viognier (14% Alcohol) 106 Cases Produced

    True to the varietal, our Viognier is floral and aromatic with peaches and honeysuckle. The rich flavors include apricot and peach. Ripe and round with balanced acidity our Viognier has the perfect hints of vanilla and is always refreshing.


  • FairPlay Sunshine Lot# 1 $18.00

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    Fair Play Sunshine

    This is a fun blend consisting of: stainless steel estate Chardonnay (85%) and barrel fermented Viognier (10%), and was matured on the Albariño lees (5%). Easy drinking with a soft acid, this fruity white is an “anytime wine”.


  • 2013 Grand Chardonnay $20.00

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    2013 Grand Chardonnary

    We grow this wine in our front yard. Barrel fermented on the lees for softness, but without being too buttery. Swirling the glass releases aromas of toasted almond, lemon zest, and a touch of toffee. Pineapple and caramel apples come to mind when tasted, with a citrus hint in the finish.


  • Grenache Dry Rose $18.00

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    2012 Grenache Dry Rose (13.5% Alcohol)

    This wine is making a comeback, we’re seeing more and more dry rose’s, and we know why! This is an excellent wine with a dry finish that pairs excellent with turkey dishes. But don’t limit yourself to turkey, try this is with other food and make pairings of your own!


  • Albarino Dulce $20.00

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    2014 Albarino Dulce

    This is an off-dry version of our dry Albariño. With a touch of residual sugar left in the wine, it is perfect with a rich dessert or a cheese plate after dinner. Not too sweet or syrupy. Try this with honeycomb and blue cheese, or just a few marcona almonds and some dates. Cheers!


Red Wine

  • NV Sierra Sunset $13.95

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    NV Sierra Sunset (15% Alcohol)

    Lot #13 is finally here and is a blend of 23% Tempranillo, 22% Petite Sirah, 18% Merlot, 14% Primitivo, 10% Barbera, 9% Petit Verdot, 4% Grenache. Being a little leaner and slightly drier than Lot #12, this new Sunset is quite the food wine. Big tangy red berries wrapped up in cinnamon and clove spices keep your nose busy, while the perfectly balanced oak presence high-fives the dark fruit on the palate. The finish is very smooth and actually lingers for a few minutes after each sip. We like the acidity in this blend, and like to open it as a Tuesday night dinner wine, or maybe as the second or third bottle on a Saturday with our friends when we are forgetting our work week. Either way, one thing we can all agree on is the value this wine brings to our menu. It’s perfect as a gift for those wine drinkers who like everything, yet who mysteriously remain picky of their reds.


  • 2012 Mourvedre 25.00

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    2012 Mourvedre (13.5% Alcohol)

    Brimming with cherry, strawberry, and cranberries, the 2012 Mourvedre is a little fuller on the palate compared to the 2011. With soft acid and tons of fruit flavor, we thought it could stand up to a little more new French oak than previous vintages. It still fits into our “lighter reds” category, but has a little more power to carry it and a beautiful finish, making it one of our most food friendly wines. Enjoy the wine with anything grilled, or just sip it in the evening with good company. (230 cases produced)


  • 2012 Sangiovese $24.00

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    2012 Sangiovese (14.5% Alcohol) 294 Cases Produced. The 2012 vintage was good to our Sangiovese. Warmer than 2011, the fruit was able to ripen just a hint more, allowing for a longer extraction of all the fruit elements. It also has a bigger structure than the previous vintage, taking it out of the “lean” group, and into the full bodied group. Our Sangiovese pairs perfectly with anything with a little acidity or covered in cheese—-or both. Think tomato sauces, eggplant parmesan, or grilled steak with mushrooms and a red wine reduction sauce.


  • 2012 Alicante Bouschet $28.00

    2012 Alicante Bouschet (13.9% Alcohol)

    A cross of Petit Bouschet and Grenache, this variety dates from the mid 1860’s. This is one of the rare teinturier variations of Vitis Vinifera. This simply means that it has red flesh and juice in the berry. It makes a nice and soft red wine. Big berry and cherry notes, but with soft tannin, it finishes smoothly. Pronounced: AL-I-CONT-AY (ay like bay) BOO-SHAY


  • 2011 Tempranillo SOLD OUT!!!!


    2011 Tempranillo “Temperamental Lady”

    Temper, Temper! The 2011 vintage was a little cooler than more recent years. This Tempranillo had plenty of hang time on the vine to mature and soften the tannins in the berry, instead of in the bottle. This allows for layers of complexity to form in the wine made from this fruit. It has hints of cranberries and dried cherries on the nose, and a bright acid and lingering red fruit on the palate and finish. This is one of the most food-friendly wines in its native country of Spain and is no different when we make it. Spicy pasta or pizza sauces, warm and hearty soups, or herb rubbed meats are some of our favorite pairings with this vintage of our red hot lady!


  • 2013 Barbera $25.00


    Our Barbera is always a hit around here, but this 2013 is amazing! It has such a perfumy nose, and swirls up aromas of dark berries and earthy tones. It is round in the palate and has a long and tangy finish, and just a hint of new American oak to balance the acid. As with almost all Italian varieties, Barbera is always a winner with pasta, tomato sauce, and cheese. But like most of our wines, we agree that it’s great by itself as well! (402 cases produced)


  • 2012 "Shady Lady" Primitivo


    Shhh… the 2012 Shady Lady (100% Primitivo) has finally been unclassified! But keep that info on the down low, as this Lady is quick to escape. Shady Lady is one of our favorites, and the 2012 doesn’t disappoint. Her perfume smells like berries and spice, and her kiss is a perfect balance of pomegranate, cedar shavings, and red cherries. A little acidity balances the fruit and the soft oak finish throws you off her trail. You never know when she will make her next appearance, so grab a few bottles.


  • 2013 Sierra Foothills Zinfandel $25.00


    2012 Sierra Foothills Zinfandel

    One of our flagship wines, the Zin is a crowd pleaser.  The 2013 Zin is no exception.  Black cherry and subtle leather give way to a rich mouthfeel, soft and fruity on the finish.  This vintage has just the right fruitiness, without being raisiny or too sweet.  Enjoy this wine when cooking or watching the sun go down.  Great with anything barbequed.


  • 2012 Syrah $25.00 SOLD OUT!!!!


    2012 Syrah

    This Rhone grape is also known as Shiraz in Australia. Depending on vintage and area grown, Syrah can be meaty and gamey, or huge and tannic, or soft and fruity. I like to think the 2012 has a balance of all three styles. One thing we can agree on is how smooth its finish is.


  • 2011 Cabernet Franc $22.00


    2011 Cabernet Franc

    Originating from Bordeaux, Cab Franc is one of the parents of everyone’s favorite red, Cabernet Sauvignon (the other parent is Sauvignon Blanc). Cab Franc can develop an offensive bell pepper character if left alone on the vine. We found that thinning the leaves covering the clusters and allowing some sunlight in, this character is greatly reduced and the elegance is returned.


  • 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon $25.00


    2012 Cabernet Sauvignon

    Our elegant Cabernet Sauvignon starts out with hints of mocha, black cherry, plum and cocoa on the nose. It follows with flavors of blackberry, vanilla, oak and cherry. This wine has balanced fruit, sweet oak notes, a depth of finish with an integrated tannin structure. It is a big and bold wine that will make the perfect pairing for your next big steak, or heavy meal.


  • 2011 Merlot $22.00


    2011 Merlot

    2011 was a cool growing year here in Fairplay. This means longer hang times for the clusters, in turn making more complex wines. This Merlot has a well integrated tannin combined with a subtle oak presence. This wine can actually age for a few years and will become more mellow in structure over time.


  • 2012 Malbec $25.00


    2012 Malbec

    The 2012 vintage was kind to the Bordeaux varieties here in Fair Play, and the Malbec was no exception.  It has the classic nose of currants and cherries, with flavors that remind me of cherry cola and ripe blueberries.  Malbec has always been one of my favorites with barbeque, but this one is beautiful with a mushroom veloutè over roasted chicken and root veggies.


  • 2012 Petit Verdot $28.00


    2011 Petit Verdot (13.9% Alcohol)

    What a big wine from such a tiny grape!  This 2012 vintage is amazing.  It has nothing but plums and red cherry all day in the nose, with a depth of flavor that is hard to describe; kind of earthy and fruity and oaky with a long finish.   This wine will make some purple smiles for sure.


  • 2012 Bordeaux "Lady In Red" SOLD OUT!!!!!


    2011 Bordeaux Blend “Lady In Red”

    The 2011 vintage was an amazing year for Bordeaux varieties, nice and cool with long hangtime on the vine. The Lady in Red is our version of a Meritage (this is an American word, a cross between merit and heritage, rhymes with the latter. Does not sound like meri-taj…look it up!). Either way, it has all five Bordeaux varieties, with the final blend being: 45% Cab Sauv, 23% Malbec, 17% Petit Verdot, 8% Cab Franc, and 7% Merlot. This deep and structured wine will age well and pairs with most meats and rich sauces.


  • 2013 Petit Petite $30.00


    2013 Petit Petite

    Not that I drink much soda, but this 2013 Petit Petite smells just like Dr. Pepper to me! This dark, and chewy wine is full of fruit and spice. The “Tannic Twins” come together so well; the huge structure of each component marries into one smooth and balanced finish. This wine can be cellared for multiple years or you can open and decant this beauty tonight with dinner. Think simple food: salt and pepper, sweet and salty, spicy and fatty…Petit Verdot and Petite Sirah!


  • Midnight (lot# 8) $30.00


    The lot 8 reminds me a lot of lot 6. This inky wine has hints of red apples, tobacco and leather on the nose, with cranberry, cinnamon and a huge note of raspberry jam on the palate. It is full bodied and balanced, with just a touch of sweet on the finish. This little sweetness allows this wine to pair well with chocolate desserts just as easily as meaty lasagna.


Dessert Wines

  • Ruby Port Nonvintage 20.00

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    Ruby Port Nonvintage (18.2% Alcohol)

    Our Non-vintage Ruby Port is a favorite among Port wine drinkers. It is a blend of the Portuguese “Port” grapes. The leading Portuguese Port grapes are Tinta Barroca, Tinta Roriz, Tinta Cao, Touriga Francesa, Touriga Nacional, Trouseau (aka: Bastardo).
    We use the Solera process to make our Ruby Port. This process is where the newest vintage of port is blended to our older vintage port. The Windwalker Ruby Port Solera process began in 1944. The system creates a wine with richness, complexity and a pleasant fruitiness. It is smooth and delicious.


  • 2000 Vintage Port 30.00

    2000 Vintage Port

    2000 Vintage Port (17.5% Alcohol)

    Our 2000 Vintage Port is also made from Portuguese port grapes. It has a rich caramel tawny color, with a pleasant nutty aroma with a fruity caramel like flavor. It is smooth and delicious.


  • NV Tinto Cão Port 750 ml 40.00

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    NV Tinto Cão Port 750 ml (19.5% Alcohol)

    Another Portuguese grape, Tinto Cao lends itself perfectly for port. This bottling highlights the deep color and bright fruit character of this grape. We kept it tucked away in the back of our barrel room for over 6 years to intensify the flavors. Again, like our other ports, we keep the sugar to a minimum to highlight the qualities of the vineyard. We like this port in the evening, after dinner is done, and the stars are out. Take time to savor the aromas before sipping and talking the night away with your close friends and family.


  • NV Trousseau Port 750 ml 40.00


    NV Trousseau Port 750 ml (19.5% Alcohol)

    Also known lovingly as “Bastardo” due to the difficulty in farming it, this Portuguese native makes some killer ports. We produce ours in a more tawny style, by aging it for multiple years in French oak. The resulting wine is light in color with nutty and baked fruit aromas, and a nice red cherry note to the flavor. We also keep our ports quite a bit lower in sugar than most, to maintain the fruit instead being syrupy. This Trousseau pairs well with blue cheese and of course dark chocolate.