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Hi there! Thank you for visiting wine-sense online. We hope to be as interactive, passionate, and knowledgeable on this website as we are in person.

Our approach is simple. We keep the seasons in mind and pair to the foods we’re cooking with at each time of year. OK, so we might be over-thinking a bit. But that’s why you love us!

If you’ve shopped in the store, you know our wines move fast and the selection changes often. So be sure to check back frequently for latest finds, our new obsessions, and recently allocated bottles. We’ll also share upcoming events and sales so, you can grab them while they’re in stock.  – Samanta

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WS – Spring Faves!

2024 Spring Faves

March is one of my favorite months. Spring is on the horizon, the promise of rosé shipments is near, and a whole new lineup of fabulous new wines and fresh vintage releases is arriving on our shelves. After months of rich reds and broad whites, we’re looking forward to fabulously balanced and bright new selections.


Couly-Dutheil, Chanteaux, Blanc, Chinon A bouquet of mineral notes and citrus aromas. Dry, with a decadent fruited palate. Round and vibrant with melon, white pear, and pineapple. $34

JC. Calvet Cremant de Bordeaux, Brut Classic Crisp and slightly yeasty nose with aromas of yellow fruits and brioche. Very fine and persistent bubbles tease the mouth and finish with a crisp, dry finish. $23

Domaine Serge Laporte, Sancerre, rouge This Pinot Noir is unlike Burgundy and Oregon, and it’s a must-try this spring. This is a light wine with aromas of red fruit. The palate is refreshing and light but bursting with notes of raspberry and a slightly spicy finish. $34

Terre Gaie, Brando, Cabernet Franc Ruby red in color tending towards garnet, intense nose with fresh and captivating aromas of plum, blackberry, and spice. Full-bodied, rich and harmonious with a long and persistent finish. $17

Stirm Wine Co. Neptunite, Rosé, San Benito This is not your usual rosé produced using saignée (bleeding from the red grape) method. Its dark hue possesses tangy plum and inviting aromas, and it is balanced and fresh, making you go back for more. $26

Wine and Stuff

SpringWS 2024

APRIL Club•WS | red

April is the last month of all reds. From May until September, we’ll be doing Club•WS|mix, where you can enjoy a little red, a little white, and some rosé!

The Club is available for pickup as of Thursday, April 4th.


The terroir is composed of round pebbles (galets roules) mixed in a chalky sand-clay soil, which dates from the Miocene and Ice-age period... ntense aromatics with dark, sweet fruits, spice, and Mediterranean savory notes…to learn more, join our club!
Food Pairings: Skillet Ginger Chicken With Apricots (see recipe included)


The winery is an 18th century villa featuring underground cellars, whose renovation brought the perfect balance between the modernity of the stainless steel tanks and… For a perfect Spring Sangiovese, we bring you flowery aromas of violet…to learn more, join our club!
Food Pairings: Bolognese Ragu


The Percentage of Cabernet Franc give structure and complexity to the wine, allowing the red fruits to shine… Well-balanced in the mouth, with soft and silky tannins, and featuring subtle…to learn more, join our club!
Food Pairings: Grilled Steak

RED Bordeaux

Originally the property of the Duke of Lorge in the early nineteenth century, the estate was sold during… Dark and firm, this wine has black fruits and dark…to learn more, join our club!
Food Pairings: Pasta with spicy sausage

Hermitage FR


Thursday, March 14 2024
From 5 to 7

Depending on where it’s produced, the interpretation and overall character of this fabulous grape changes dramatically – gifting us a different drinking experience each time. Many of of us have learned about this grape through Australian Shiraz, however areas like Washington State, US, Northern Rhone, France, and South Africa offer us a relatively lighter approach and lower alcohol content. Notes of red currants, dried leaves, and stunning spices, with immense cellaring potential and value.

Join us at the tasting table as Dan Lech shows the lineup that inspired us to do this tasting.


Hudelot Dinner 2024


Wednesday, April 10 2024
At 7

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to sit down for dinner and enjoy a lineup of one of the most prestigious Côte de Nuits productions? Well, I have as well! And so, Emily Carr and I have planned an evening where we open and enjoy various vintages of 1er Cru and Grand Cru. Don’t miss this incredible experience – one that would cost a few thousand dollars if you went out and bought all these wines separately. And that’s without a fantastic three-course meal. With the creativity of Chef Vittorio Ettore from Bistro 5, this will be a night to remember!

Dinner starts at 7. Price is $350 per person, which includes tax and gratuity. Click below to reserve your spot now. Tickets are limited and not refundable.