Highway 12 Carneros Chardonnay 2017
Apple, citrus and tropical fruit rounded out by toasty vanilla oak and smooth buttery flavors.

$18.99

Casa Rojo Ladron Mencia 2016
Very expressive aromas with hints of minerality, red mulberry, plum, earth and forest floor. The palate is clean with nice red fruits and well-balanced tannins. A round, fresh, agile wine with a medium-long after taste.

$26.99

Peachy Canyon Crique de Vin 2017
54% Zinfandel, 32% Cab Sauv, 9% Cab Franc, 3% Petit Verdot, 2% Petite Sirah. On the nose a sweet hint of caramel, raspberry, black currant, and eucalyptus. It’s warm and smooth on the palate, with notes of raspberry preserves, black currant, and tart blac

$23.99

Horton Vineyard Petit Manseng 2016
Full bodied and fragrant with aromas of honey, toasted hazelnuts and acacia blossom, continuing onto the palate with flavors of guava and vanilla.

$28.99

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VA Wine Month With Horton Vineyards and Their Governor’s Cup Winning Wine

This Friday evening, October 18th 2019, join City Vino as we welcome Horton Vineyards to the shop. Horton will be pouring their 2016 Petit Manseng, which won the top prize in the 2019 Virginia Governor’s Cup, besting the other 500 submitted challengers.

The Cost of Wine

When it comes to wine, the question is often raised whether a $150 bottle of wine tastes better than a $15 bottle of wine. The answer is quite complicated, because preferences for wine are palate-driven, and truly subjective. There are many factors that contribute to the cost of wine in the bottle, including the variety or varieties of grapes used to make the wine, the region where the grapes are grown, how the grapes are cropped, the age of the grapevines, how the grapes are harvested, how long the wine is aged, and in what medium, and how much demand there is for the wine.