Back Room Wines

+1 707.226.1378 1000 Main Street, Suite 120
Napa, CA 94559
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Daniel Dawson opened Back Room Wines in the summer of 2002. In 2008, Daniel moved Back Room Wines from its original location to its current one, on the corner of First & Main Streets in the heart of Downtown Napa. In seven years of successful business, the mission of Back Room Wines has never wavered: Recommend and sell the best small production wines of the world with great customer service to back it up. Rare, hard-to-get, cult, limited-production: however you choose to say it-that’s our specialty. As important as the rarity, we do all we can to find the wine that you will like the best. This question often asked of us, “what do you recommend?” Of course, we recommend everything in the shop, so our reply is “depends what you like.” Grape preference, style, are you having with food, what wines have you had that you liked, and of course your budget. These are all important to figure out what’s the best wine we can suggest to you. Our inventory goes way beyond California let alone Napa Valley Read more »

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  • Symington is an iconic name in wine. For over four generations the Symington name has been synonymous with high quality port. If the name is unfamiliar their port houses are certainly not; Graham’s, Cockburn, Dow, and Warre are among the best producers in the world. After spending week with the Symington’s I came away with a few observations: Fi... Read More

    From the article Drink Port for Warmth this Winter


  • We're back in Portland visiting our son for the Holidays, spent the weekend in McMinnville and visited a couple wineries. These were all good but I'd probably put Brittan at the top for quality of their Pinots. TrisaetumPenner-AshElizabeth Chambers Cellar Brittan Vineyards/WinderleaROCO     ROCO tasting room  By far my favorite was our visit wit... Read More

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  • Also looking good was this earlier circular from Chambers Street. Oregon this time. Keep scanning down the list, Cameron makes good juice at several levels.    Linus the dog, barrels aging in the cellar, and Tom Sivilli and John Paul bottling the 2016 Rosé. Linus the dog is a ruffian purple heeler (cross of a blue and red heeler), and the protog... Read More

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  • DV - That's one reason I don't let people get too much of a view of the bottles.  I wrap them up in newspaper bags and I only pour the wine without setting the bottle down in their view.  I have them lined up in a back room.  I should look for a 2009 British Columbia red blend to see for myself how tasty it might be. Read More

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  • Decided to spin this out from another thread to keep things clear and more easily accessible.Please post your recommendations here. Will add my own when I have a spare moment.... Read More

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  • Peggy and I celebrated our anniversary, this week, up in Cambria.  Other than the fact that they, like all of Southern California, experienced record setting high temperatures, this week, and air conditioning is, pretty much unknown in Cabria (Why would they have it?), it was a great visit.  One day we drove over to nearby Paso Robles and visite... Read More

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  • In many ways Greece is the ancient epicenter to modern society. Governmental structures, intellectual gatherings, food and wine celebrations, all stem from Greece. As much a part of historic Greek culture as gods and goddesses is Greek wine. Dating back to approximately the third century BC, evidence suggests wine was an integral part of Greek s... Read More

    From the article The Real Scoop on Greek Wines


  • I guess if you've never tasted it, you wouldn't understand the "buttery" request. But my favorite red wines have an intense buttery flavor. There's no other way to describe it. It's not "velvety" or sweet. Like if you were to get a fresh piece of soft french bread, spread some room temperature butter on it, put it in your mouth. Then while you'r... Read More

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  • This past spring I took my very first wine trip to Germany. Before I took off, I did a bit of homework: There are thirteen regions (Anbaugebiete) for quality wine production in Germany: Ahr, Baden, Franconia, Hessische Bergstrasse, Mittelrhein, Mosel, Nahe, Palatinate, Rheingau, Rheinhessen, Saale-Unstrut, Saxony, and Württemberg. Most of these ... Read More

    From the article The Many Sides of German Wine


  • The future of New Zealand wine is strong – both through local sales and, increasingly, export. International trade in wine remains highly competitive, market and margin-driven, and is always subject to the kindness or wrath of currencies trading - as well as Mother Nature’s influence on the raw product. The climate change effects now noticeable ... Read More

    From the article The Future of New Zealand Wine


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