NV, France, Jura, Domaine Pierre Richard Crémant du Jura Chardonnay 17 77

NV, Italy, Emilia-Romagna, La Stoppa ‘Dolce Frizzante’ Malvasia 42


NV, Portugal, Alto Douro, Cima-Corgo, Folias de Baco Pinot Noir (Rosé) 13 65

NV, Italy, Marche,  Aurora ‘Bolle Senza Fronteire’ Timorasso, Pecorino, Montoncio Bianco 52


2013, England, Kent, Appledore, Gusbourne ‘Brut Reserve’ Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier,

Chardonnay 99

NV, USA, New York State, Bloomer Creek Vineyard ‘Edelzwicker Pétillant Natural’ Riesling, Cayuga White 66



2017, Germany, Pfalz, Basserman-Jordan Riesling 46

2014, Italy, Abruzzo, Tiberio Trebbiano 52 

2016, France, Saussignac, Chateau de Payral ‘Bergerac Blanc Sec’ Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon, Muscadelle 45


2016, France, Loire Valley, Coteaux d’Ancenis, La Boutanche Melon 64

2015, France, Loire Valley, Val de Loire, Jean Francois Mérieu  ‘Fleuve Blanc’ Chenin Blanc 11 55

2015, France, Burgundy, Chablis, Domaine Savary Chardonnay 65

2016, Portugal, Lisboa DO, Val do Capucha, Fossil Fernao Pires, Arinto, Castas Regionais 52

2015, USA, California, Sta. Rita Hills, Sandhi Chardonnay 78


2016, USA, California, Sonoma, Scribe ‘Estate Sylvaner’ Sylvaner 62

2015, France, Corsica, Corse Calvi, Domaine Masestracci Vermentinu 52


2017, USA, Oregon, Willamette Valley, Patricia Green Sauvignon Blanc   13 65

2015, France, Loire Valley, Muscadet Sèvre et Maine, Brégeon Melon de Bourgogne  52

2014, France, Loire Valley, Muscadet Sèvre et Maine Cru Clisson, Domaine de la Fruitère Melon de Bourgogne    60

2015, Italy, IGP Terre Siciliane, Porta del Vento Catarratto  59

2015, USA, Oregon, Willamette Valley, Brooks Wine ‘Amycas’ Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Riesling, Muscat  12 60

2015, Italy, Veneto, Soave, Nardello ‘Mont Zoppega Classico’ Garganega 14 70



2017, France, Vin de Savoie, Maison Philippe Viallet Gamay (Rosé) 12 60

2017, USA, California, Central Coast, Bonny Doon Vineyard ‘Vin Gris de Cigare’ Grenache, Mourvèdre (Rosé)  42

2017, Spain, Basque County, Señorio de Astobiza Hondarrabi Zuri, Hondarrabi Beltza (Rosé) 10 52

2017, France, Provence, Bandol, Domaine Tempier Mourvèdre, Grenache, Cinsault (Rosé) 99

2015, Lebanon, Bekka Valley, Chateau Musar  ‘Jeune’ Cinsault, Mourvèdre (Rosé) 56

2017, USA, California, Vecino Vineyard, Reeve Rosé Pinot Noir (Rosé) 62

2016, France, Burgundy, Saint Aubin, Julien Altaber ‘Sextant’ Skin Contact’ Aligoté (Orange) 99

2016, USA, California, Lodi, The Scholium Project ‘Stampede Vineyard’ Zinfandel (Rosé) 59

2015, Slovenia, Dobrovo, Movia Rebula Ribolla (Orange)  14 70


2011, Italy, Friuli Venezia-Giulia, Franco Terpin ‘Jakot Bianco’ Tocai Friulano (Orange)  99

2015, Italy, Alto Adige, Alois Lageder  ‘Porer’ Pinot Grigio (Orange) 76


2017, USA, Oregon, Willamette Valley, Real Nice Winemakers Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Riesling (Rosé) 41

2015, Spain, Canary Islands, Viñátigo ‘Ancestrale Blanco’ Gual (Orange) 89

2013, USA, California, Sonoma County, Alexander Valley, Judge Palmer Sauvignon Blanc (Orange) 75 


Angel Oak Wines

The owners of Husk are proud to present The Angel Oak family of wines*, bottled in our own vineyard located in picturesque  Valle de Uco, one of the world’s most extraordinary wine regions located just southwest of Mendoza, Argentina.

*consistently awarded a 90-plus rating by Wine Enthusiast Magazine


2014, Argentina, Mendoza, Valle de Uco, The Angel Oak ‘Assemblage’ Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Merlot 20 99

2011, Argentina, Mendoza, Valle de Uco, The Angel Oak ‘Celestial’ Malbec 180


2016, USA, California, El Dorado, The Withers Gamay Noir 68

2016, France, Loire Valley, Cheverny, Pascal Bellier Pinot Noir, Gamay 65

2015, USA, California, Sonoma Coast, Whetstone ‘Jon Boat’ Pinot Noir 20 99

2017, USA, California, Mendocino, Kivelstadt Cellars ‘Venturi Vineyard’ Zinfandel 75

2016, Argentina, Mendoza, Luján de Cuyo, Testamento Bonarda 42

2016, France, Costières de Nîmes, Domaine de la Patience Merlot 38

2016, Italy, Campania, Taurasi, Montemarano, il Cancelliere Aglianico 10 50

2015, Mexico, Baja California, Valle de San Vicente, Madera 5 Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon 91


2016, France, Jura, Arbois Pupillin, Philippe Bornard ‘Point barre’ Ploussard 95

2016, Austria, Burgenland, Pittnauer ‘Pitti’ Zweigelt, Blaufränkisch, Merlot 56


2017, France, Beaujolais, Morgon, Marcel Lapierre Gamay 84

2013, Spain, Alicante, Yecla, Elo ‘El Alterón’ Monastrell 80

2014, Germany, Pfalz, Durst ‘Pfälzer Landwein’ Pinot Noir 99

2016, France, Rhône Valley, IGP Collines Rhodaniennes, Les Deplaudes De Tartaras ‘La Chanse’ Syrah 64


2014, USA, Oregon, Willamette Vallet, McMinnville, St. Innocent ‘Momtazi Vineyard’ Pinot Noir 95

2015, Spain, Galicia, Valdeorras, Escalada Do Sil Merenzao, Mencía 94

2015, Portugal, Azores, Azores Wine Company  ‘Isabella a Proibida’ Isabella 72

2016, Italy, Sicily, Vino di Anna ‘Palmento’ Nerello Mascalese, Nerello Cappuccio, Local White Grapes 70

Alluvial (sand, clay, gravel, silt/loess, loam) soils are blends that have good water and nutrient retention, which can translate into a more opulent style of wine.  Throughout the world, these are the most prolific vine soils and a good place to look for more fruit-forward, approachable and juicy wines.  

Sedimentary (limestone, sandstone, silex/flint) rock soils are made from solidified mineral or organic deposits.  These soils work like a sponge, wicking water away and storing it as reserves for the vines when water is scarce.  Highly valued in cool climates because of its heat reflection capabilities, this is a good place to look for bright, balanced, mineral-driven wines and bubbly!

Metamorphic (slate, schist, gneiss) rock soils are formed under pressure from another type of rock, with many color variations and mineral make-up.  Dark colors retain and radiate heat, contributing to ripening, helping develop color and more interesting flavors in grapes.  Wines can have an underlying mineral quality and can be quite powerful, yet balanced.

Igneous (volcanic, basalt, pumice, granite) rock soils are formed by lava flows above and below the earth’s surface.  Volcanic soil is formed from molten lava and ash deposited from the earth’s surface.  Granite is a plutonic rock formed deep under the earth’s surface.  Resulting wines are typically powerful with an earthy, ashy element, often savory and complex.



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