Napa Valley Wine & Cigar

1-888-842-9463 161 Silverado Trail
Napa, CA 94559
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Napa Valley Wine & Cigar was located in Bel Aire Plaza for 12 years prior to our move in Feb 2008. The shop is owned by Randy & Carrie Bowman. Carrie is a veteran in the restaurant, bar and service industry. Each year she has expanded the selection of wine, cigars and accessories to accommodate our customers. On the wine side she has added more of the well known wines as well as an excellent selection of small production and boutique wines of great character and value. Carrie tastes each of the wines, choosing those of value, those she herself likes and those that have the characteristics requested by our regular customers. As you see by our web site, we are heavy on California, Washington, Oregon and Australia. We carry few French, Italian and Spanish wines but their numbers are slowly increasing. We strive to keep our prices low and competitive so our customers have an opportunity to try some of the wines we ourselves enjoy. As you would expect, there are many wine shops here in "wine country Read more »

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  • Howdy, folks.  I have access to very well preserved mid-90s Mondavi reserve cabs. I have been eyeing them for a while and wondered if anyone here has opened them recently and cared to share their thoughts on whether they are worth the $100 or so it would cost to acquire them.Thanks in advance. Read More

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  • People are not going to like what I have to say here, but that is okay, this is not a popularity contest. I do not write about wine to gather as many friends or followers as possible. I write about wine because I love wine and while I know my palate sometimes strays outside of the mainstream, so be it. I know many other people share my tastes or... Read More

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  • That's what i'm going to uncork tomorrow. • Marguet - Champagne Blanc de Noir (100% pinot noir) Brut s.a.• Tocai 1994 - Kabaj Morel (Slovenia)• Calabrone 2007 - Bastianich (yes it's Joe Bastianich winery, just 10 miles from home) blend of Refosco 70%, Schippettino/Pignolo/Merlot 10%• Moscato d'Autunno 2010 - Saracco (Piedmont) What's yours?Happy... Read More

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  • Moving on and just in time! I'm all jet laggy and grumpy so let's keep this short. Drink Riesling and share your notes here. I'm about to jump on line and rant a bit before trying the 2008 Pacific Rim Solstice Vineyard Riesling. neither particularly sweet, nor fruity and would show exceptionally well with food. 89pts! Say what? Yes indeed you re... Read More

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  • I taste a lot of wine, both for work and pleasure.  I would like to get better at it, but I don't know how.   While I am able to pick out varietals, and often, even regions, pretty accurately, I want more than that. I want to be able to pick out all of the wine's nuances, both on the nose and on the palate.  Often when I am tasting I find that o... Read More

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  • Okay, what is everyone's special-occasion go-to California red? Getting ready to celebrate a 40th birthday and looking for a nice bottle around $100.Thanks in advance! Anxious to explore all the suggestions!  Read More

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  • Carmenere has become Chile’s go-to grape. This outcast of Bordeaux found the combination of sun, soil and climate that it requires to excel on the western slopes of Chile’s Andes mountain valleys.Carmenere is a bit of a misunderstood variety, generally offering up some rather assertive herbal elements, but that distinctive earthy/herbal quality ... Read More

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  • I've been powering through wines from Spain, South Africa, and Chile. I've got say that of all of them the Carmeneres ahve been the most surpring. You've got to like a bit of herbaceousness in your wines, which I do, but in general they were some really distinctive and intresting wines. For summer the Rose season is apon us but I have yet to be ... Read More

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  • Rustridge Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley Estate Bottled 1997

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    The century-old vineyards of Chiles Valley have survived largely due to their extremely isolated location, tucked away in the Vaca Mountain range far east of the Napa Valley floor. This isolation has kept them safe from Phylloxera and other events that have scourged the Napa Valley over the past 100 years. Esteemed wineries that you know such as... Read More

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  • Hello-My wife and I are taking a three day trip to Sonoma in August. I'm looking for some of the best wineries (rated by wine quality) to visit. Any suggestions?Thanks. Read More

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