Tasting Notes:
Pinot Noir
Points of Interest:
Harvested from the vineyards on the central coast of California, this wine offers the effusive candied cherry and spice that is typical of the region. It is an elegant wine, offering bright strawberry and red cherry fruit and a silky suppleness that pairs beautifully with richer seafood items. Think salmon, trout, and ahi tuna for this pinot, or pair it with seafood prepared with a tomato or any other full flavored sauce.
  • Appellation: Central Coast
  • Alcohol: 14%
  • Fruit flavors of cherry and red berries
  • Serve with salmon
  • Suggested Retail Price: $17.99

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Points of Interest:
  • Appellation: North Coast
  • Alcohol: 14.5%
  • Stainless steel fermented and aged
  • Serve with white fish
  • Suggested Retail Price: $13.99

Sauvignon Blanc
Our Sauvignon Blanc is harvested from vineyards in California's North Coast, where the warm days and cool nights produce flavors of peach, grapfruit, and fresh kiwi. Fermented and aged in stainless steel, its fruit flavors are front and center, and the firm acidity inherent in the variety creates a mouthwatering juiciness that acts as a foil to the light sweetness of seafood. This is a refreshing white, produced to match well with white fish of all sorts. 
Tasting Notes:
Chardonnay
  • Appellation: North Coast
  • Alcohol: 14.5%
  • No Oak
  • Serve with shell fish
  • Suggested Retail Price: $14.99

Technical Info:
Varietals: Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, 
Tasting Notes:
Fermented in stainless steel and without Malo-lactic fermentation, this is a pure expression of Chardonnay grown on California's North Coast. Lemon, pear, and a hint of green apple, it is a wine made for shellfish - crab, lobster, shrimp, oysters... with beautiful aromatics, a mouthful of fruit up front, and enough structure and acidity to provide a long, clean, finish.
Occasion: Fish Feed
Wines made to go with fish. They are crafted to offer clean crisp fruit flavors and firm acidity, matching with anything that swims. Think of a bottle of Shuck’s as that squeeze of lemon or lime you would add to your favorite seafood dish. Fresh or salt water, fish or shellfish, you name the occasion, and these wines are a fit. 
and Pinot Noir