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Current Release

summer wines are here!

2020 Gargamay Gamay + Garganega - Forlorn Hope Wines

2020 Gargamay Gamay + Garganega

A super Rare and wild red + white co-ferment.

$35.00 |750mL
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2021 Rom Belkving White Zin - Forlorn Hope Wines

2021 Rom Belkving White Zin

A ridiculously drinkable summer wine that tastes like liquid SweetTarts.

$35.00 |750mL
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2021 Bisamratten Skin-fermented Muscat Blanc - Forlorn Hope Wines

2021 Bisamratten Skin-fermented Muscat Blanc

Orange wine! Grand Marnier, lychee, honeydew melon goodness.

$35.00 |750mL
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Last Chance

These Creatures are almost gone, catch them while you can!

2020 Dragone Ramato Skin fermented Pinot Gris - Forlorn Hope Wines

2020 Dragone Ramato Skin fermented Pinot Gris

Deeply hued, slightly grippy and highly aromatic with herbaceous tropical fruit and black cherry popsicle.

$32.00 |750mL
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2020 Valentin Pineau d Aunis - Forlorn Hope Wines
$44.00 |750mL
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2019 Chenin Blanc  - Forlorn Hope Wines

2019 Chenin Blanc

Aromas of bright citrus and lanolin are laid over a taut framework of acidity; on the palate flavors of lemon mochi, yellow apple skins, and salted beignets.

$34.00 |750mL
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Previous Releases

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2014 Nacré  - Forlorn Hope Wines

2014 Nacré

Crisp, racy and focused, a completely unique Sémillon perfect for hot summer days and crushing oysters.

$30.00 |750mL
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2018 Grenache  - Forlorn Hope Wines

2018 Grenache

This vintage has brought forth an elegant, fresh and lively Grenache with bright acidity and a fine tannic structure.

$30.00 |750mL
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Wholesale Wines

We don’t sell Queens through our website or tasting room. We only sell the Queen of the Sierra wines to our wholesale partners across the world. Check your local bottle shops and restaurants and ask if they have the Queens.

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