Clayhouse Vineyard Adobe Red

This red blended wine is made up of a blend of five grapes; zinfandel, petite sirah, syrah, malbec and cabernet sauvignon. It is big and luscious and loaded with fruit and aromatics. It is smooth and the finish goes on and on and on. When we first tried this wine we loved it and we still find it an amazing value at the price.


Bogle Phantom

Red Blends are THE mark of the winemaker’s art. This red blend is made up of 54% Petite Sirah, 43% Old Vine Zinfandel, and, 3% Old Vine Mourvedre. This wine is big and juicy with gobs and gobs of ripe fruit, with a hint of smoke. This wine is a “best value’ from the Wine Spectator for its exceptional quality and value.

(Wine Spectator Rating 88 Points)
OUR PRICE IS $ 17.99

Angeline Pinot Noir

This Pinot Noir comes from one of the best areas for this grape in all of California; The Russian River Valley. This wine possesses all of the big black fruit and earthiness of French Burgundy’s costing two or three times the price. It is fruit forward and loaded with fresh fruit. The taste and finish are in the bottle.

(Robert Parker Rating 88 Points)

Elsa Bianchi Malbec

At a recent tasting of over 500 wines, we constantly kept coming back to this wine as a fine example of what we at Atlas call “A Value.” Our definition of a value is a very good quality wine, at a very reasonable price. This wine qualified and how! It is both smooth and racy at the same time with gobs of spicy fruit. Bring a bottle home tonight and see for yourself.

(Wine Spectator Rating 85 Points)

Edna Valley Chardonnay

A favorite of Atlas liquors for a number of years, one sip will tell you why. It is clean and crisp with all the fresh ripe fruit you could want in a bottle of wine. Matched up with grilled salmon or chicken, as an example, this wine will reward you for choosing it for your fall meal.

(Wine Spectator Rating 86 Points)