Back Room Wines

+1 707.226.1378 1000 Main Street, Suite 120
Napa, CA 94559
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Daniel Dawson opened Back Room Wines in the summer of 2002. In 2008, Daniel moved Back Room Wines from its original location to its current one, on the corner of First & Main Streets in the heart of Downtown Napa. In seven years of successful business, the mission of Back Room Wines has never wavered: Recommend and sell the best small production wines of the world with great customer service to back it up. Rare, hard-to-get, cult, limited-production: however you choose to say it-that’s our specialty. As important as the rarity, we do all we can to find the wine that you will like the best. This question often asked of us, “what do you recommend?” Of course, we recommend everything in the shop, so our reply is “depends what you like.” Grape preference, style, are you having with food, what wines have you had that you liked, and of course your budget. These are all important to figure out what’s the best wine we can suggest to you. Our inventory goes way beyond California let alone Napa Valley Read more »

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  • Interesting comments. I think I mentioned before that I was told by one of the Bastianich/Batali restaurants that they couldn't take one of our wines. The chef and somm both loved it but it wasn't expensive enough. We told them to raise the price and they said that people will be angry and feel cheated if it's much cheaper elsewhere. In their re... Read More

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  • So on a whim we decided to visit British Columbia. But we flew up to Washington, so visited a few places there too. Totally off the subject of wine, I found an awesome bakery in Spokane and the girl there served me this thing that I thought was a kind of Parmesan cheese foam. In fact it was fermented cashew whip, which was definitely weird, but ... Read More

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  • Here too.So we stayed in this motel that had just been completely remodeled. Apparently the place was empty for a couple of years. The old owners realized they were losing their asses so they dropped by the bank and left the keys in an envelope and drove off. Lights on, etc. There was a restaurant there too.Eventually the bank sold it and the ne... Read More

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  • I have been thinking for a while on the idea of facilitating the meeting up in person of those loyally frequenting this site.My preference is to make these meetings open to all members, and even varying the location of any meeting according to convenience since we live all over the world (though mostly in North America).In any case, this new thr... Read More

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  • Lately I've been interested in learning more about CA regions other than Napa. So I've been tasting quite a bit from producers that don't find their way out east, where it's often easier to get wine from Europe than from the US, at least in NYC.First, I have to give a huge shout out to Bryan Harrington. He's gone around the state and found reall... Read More

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  • One of the few real bargains left in France are found in the southern Rhone and Bouche du Rhône and fall under the appellation Cotes du Rhône and Cotes du Rhône-Villages.  These wines are delicious whether red or white, and are still affordable at good price to quality ratios.  Their copies in Australia, South Africa, Australia and North America... Read More

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  • As a long-time resident of Philadelphia, trips to “Wine Country” for me consisted of a lengthy flight, usually in the neighborhood of 6-7 hours. I would either head west, to one of the many regions in California, Oregon, or Washington. Or, I would fly east, heading across the Atlantic to one of the countless wine regions in Europe.It was not unt... Read More

    From the article This world-class wine region was in my backyard.


  • Fancy a bit of GSM to liven up your holiday? Is this your first time? Don’t worry, a couple of Australian reds and a Rhone Ranger will soon get your taste buds into the swing of things.If you hear a wine snob talking about ‘GSM’, it has nothing to do with ’50 Shades of Grey’, he’s just spouting off about a blend of grapes; Grenache, Syrah and Mo... Read More

    From the article Meaningful Wine Letters: GSM


  • Hasn’t it? When we started Snooth back in 2007, rosé was not such a hot button topic. Its growth over the past eleven years is astounding. Nielsen reports that sales of still rosé have risen sixty-five percent since last year. Sparkling rosé sales jumped by sixteen percent. The funny thing is, we can assume that prior to direct pressing most all... Read More

    From the article Rose Has Jumped the Shark


  • Just got back from a wine-centric trip to Paso Robles and Monterey County.  We've been to Paso a number of times and belong to two wine clubs - Tablas Creek and Adelaida.  This was our first visit to Carmel/Pacific Grove to check out what they have to offer.I made a few appointments and we dropped in to quite a few more tasting rooms.In Paso, Ta... Read More

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