These are single-vineyard Dry Creek Cabernet and Zinfandel crafted from our wine maker, Mike Loykasek. With a unique label these wines represent the best of what Dry Creek has to offer. The power of these wines is intense but they are classic in their balance. Everything that Gunfighter does is controlled from vineyard to bottle via Mike's careful hand.
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Our Current Releases
NEW California Republic Rose
2012 Dry Creek Rose
This is real deal Rosé. It is much more substantial than the “white zinfandel” your grandma used to drink. This wine has crisp berry and fruit flavor, a rich, long finish and a refreshing acidity. It needs to be paired with a picnic in springtime, lots of sunshine and love under the old oak tree.
Gunfighter Cabernet Sauvignon
2009 Scharf Family Vineyards, Dry Creek
Like the Gunfighter, this wine never misses and hits the bulls eye every time. Deep, rich aromas of plum and black cherry are first to hit the target, followed closely by cassis and dark chocolate. The perfume of new oak is evident when the wine hits your palette. Keep a firm grip on this one and don't let your gun hand get shaky, you might spill a drop.
Gunfighter Treborce Zinfandel
2010 Treborce Vineyard, Dry Creek
Rich with jammy black cherry and currant, intense wild berry, smoke and licorice. It has cinnamon and clove aromas followed by both white and cracked black pepper.
Gunfighter Eberle Zinfandel
2010 Eberle Vineyard, Dry Creek
This wine has a beautiful dark red to purple hue. The aroma jumps out with raspberry, cranberry and dark cherry fruit. The balanced acidity grips the palette and then releases the cascade of fruit.
California Republic Red
2009 Sonoma County Red Blend
This wine may seem tame but watch out for the claws.
2009 Treborce Vineyard, Dry Creek
You'll need a header and a heeler to stop this bold Zinfandel
Andrew Peacock Merlot
2009 Lake County
Our Andrew Peacock wines represent extraordinary values from select areas throughout California. These are small special lots that go fast so grab them while you can.