WILD CRUSH wine bar(n)

WILD CRUSH wine bar(n)

Wine Cases

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Belle Glos Las Alturas

Pinot Noir - Monterey, California - 2018 A complexity of dark berry fruits unfold on the palate; blackberries and bing cherries along with dark chocolate flavors. Vanilla and cedar oak undertones on the mid-palate further enhance the wine. The overall impression is rich with refined tannins, firm acidity and explosive layers of ripe fruit.



Cabernet Sauvignon - California, Caymus Vineyards A delicious Cabernet (and Wild Crush staff top favorite) featuring flavors of dark berry, vanilla, cassis and toast. Aromas of currants and oak are met by a subtle smokiness. Silky tannins create a smooth, easy to drink wine with a long finish. PLEASE NOTE: Bonanza is sold in 6 bottle cases and the bottles are 1.5 liter each.


Caymus - Liter

Cabernet Sauvignon - Napa Valley, California - 2019 Signature dark in color style with rich fruit and ripe tannins – as approachable in youth as in maturity. Caymus has become renowned as a consistent leader in the production of Napa Valley Cabernet. Grapes for this wine are farmed in 8 of Napa’s 16 sub-appellations, enabling diversification to make the best possible wine in a given year. Caymus Cabernet offers layered, lush aromas and flavors, including cocoa, cassis and ripe berries.



Sauvignon Blanc - California - 2020 This fresh Sauvignon Blanc exudes lovely melon, apricot, citrus, and lemongrass flavors. A crisp, clean finish with a touch of minerality cleanses the palate and nicely balances the upfront fruit.


Conundrum Red Blend

Red Blend, California - 2019 Sourced from premier California wine-growing regions, Conundrum Red features dark red varietals including Petite Sirah, Zinfandel and Cabernet Sauvignon. It is rich, complex and approachable. With lush flavors of cherries and baking chocolate, this wine has fine tannins that create a silky smoothness.


Red Schooner

Malbec - Argentina & Napa Valley, California Grapes for this Malbec are grown in the Andes Mountains of Argentina, then chilled and transported by ocean voyage to Caymus, where a delicate winemaking technique creates a style that is dense, dark and supple. Falling outside standard labeling rules, Red Schooner does not include a vintage date, but known by the voyage from which it traveled. Strikingly smooth, with scents and flavors of dark fruit and fine, textural tannins. The palate boasts lush plums and grippy tannins that touch the side of the tongue. An earthy character of leather and cooking over an open fire carries through to the long finish, whose fruit tapers off and yields to toasted wood.


Transit 1

Shiraz - Barossa Valley, South Australia - Voyage 1 Mostly Shiraz with a splash of Cabernet Sauvignon, deep, dark, soft, and silky, packed with aromas and flavors of plums, chocolate, and crushed mint and a dusty tannin backbone. Aromas of smoky meat, chocolate and wet soil are lightly bound in a wood frame. The flavors of plum and refreshing mint offer up classic Australian character while soft, dusty tannins add a textural richness that enhances the whole drinking experience. On the finish, a sprinkling of brown spice adds an intriguing kick to the lush fruit, tempting another sip. Known by the "voyage" that produced it, this wine is called a sequential "transit."


Caymus-Suisun The Walking Fool

Zinfandel and Petite Syrah Blend - Napa Valley, California - 2019 The latest Wagner Family silky red blend of Zinfandel and Petite Syrah, with an earthy bouquet of wood, cigar box and sweet spice. The palate is lively with juicy raspberry and tart cranberry, over rustic, meaty, and espresso notes.