Ocean Lab Brewing Co.

Craft wine Co.

Minimus Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

Very original but still has the unique taste of Oregon Pinot. Funky cranberry mushroom with slight ocean salt quality. — 8 months ago

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Ocean Lab Brewing Co.

Sunset Amber

Love the maltiness of this Amber — a year ago

Azores Wine Co.

António Macanita Açores Verdelho

Volcanic Verdelho do Pico (different from the Portuguese mainland Verdelho, also known as Godello in Spain) from vineyards located on 3 different islands - Pico, Graciosa and S. Miguel- in the Azores archipelago. Virtually at sea level and unusually close to the Ocean, vines grow on very poor volcanic basalt soils, surrounded by traditional stone-walled “currais” to protect them from the extreme Atlantic winds. Salty and mineral. Thirst-quenching acidity. Passion fruit. 🌋 🌋 — 2 years ago

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Delinquente Wine Co.

Screaming Betty Riverland Vermentino 2018

Reveals my weakness for anything good under 11%. A humble verm with soul. That’s Betty. The ocean - salt, acid, citrus, and the tiniest bit of early picked stone fruits. — a year ago

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@Ely Cohn Nice! I am enjoying 11.5 %. Has it's advantage! Cheers!
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Bohème Wines

Taylor Ridge Vineyard Chardonnay 2014

medium golden yellow; muted, lemon zest, wet stone; saline, stone fruit; medium bodied, good acid backbone, 14.1% ABV; sourced from vineyard on bluff 5 miles from Pacific Ocean, whole cluster pressed and fermented in seasoned French oak, made by owner/winemaker Kurt Beitler, grandson of Charlie Wagner and nephew of Chuck Wagner co-founders of Caymus Vineyards; $45 — 2 years ago

Ocean Lab Brewing Co.

Ocean HopDiver

Fantastic hoppiness — a year ago

Ocean Lab Brewing Co.

Ocean Blue

Best blue berry ale I have ever encountered — a year ago

Enfield Wine Co.

Fort Ross-Seaview Cabernet Sauvignon 2013

Gave this 5h slow ox then 1 hour decant. It’s made in the “old” Cali style of the 70s/80s, or perhaps Mayacamas of today, or obviously Bdx. Low ripeness, low extraction, moderate oak. Shows beautiful freshness and clarity of terroir and fruit, with nice secondary notes. This is a little unfocused at the moment with the acid a touch too strong. But overall it’s a fantastic and refreshing bottle swimming amongst an ocean of oak and extraction. I will pop my other bottle in 5 years. — 3 years ago

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