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2011 Happy Canyon "K&L—Doug Margerum Cuvée" Happy Canyon Red Blend Top Pick!
2011 Happy Canyon "K&L—Doug Margerum Cuvée" Happy Canyon Red Blend

The wine is made up of 68% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc, and 2% Petit Verdot. It drinks well right now but should hold for several years. Members of the K&L staff had a chance to go down and spend a couple hours with Doug and his crew at the winery. The thought was to make a red blend from Happy Canyon, which K&L had never done before. Happy Canyon is the smallest AVA in Santa Barbara County. It lies north and west of Lake Cachuma and is home to six major vineyards: Cimarone, Grassini, Happy Canyon Vineyard, McGinley, Star Lane, and... Read More » 

Inventory: Hollywood Main Warehouse Redwood City San Francisco

Price: $17.99 Add To Cart

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2012 Folkway "Revelator" Santa Barbara Bordeaux Blend

From Folkway Wine Co; 44% Cabernet Sauvignon, 43% Merlot, and 13% Cabernet Franc coming from 68% Santa Barbara Highlands Vineyard, 27% Bien Nacido Vineyard, and 5% Black Ridge Vineyard. Using a mix of new Heavy and medium toast French oak, new medium toast American oak, and neutral barrels aged for 18 months in Barrel. A deep yet bright sanguine red, the Revelator emits flavors of kirsch, currant pomegranate, leaden pencil shavings, and molten chocolate. With moderate tannins and balanced acidity, the palate is layered with flavors of dripping-ripe bing ... Read More » 

Inventory: Hollywood

Price: $19.99 Add To Cart

1979 Kalin Cellars Santa Barbara Cabernet Sauvignon (high shoulder, soiled label) (Previously $150)

Wesson & Rosengarten - Food & Wine Companion: "If Kalin Cellars proprietor Terry Leighton were a painter instead of a molecular geneticist, he'd be Jackson Pollack. From speaking with him you know that he's put theory, patient practice and resolve into his winemaking... In the winery Leighton follows the best (and riskiest) Burgundian farmyard tradition - small barrels and 100 percent malolactic fermentation and aging on the lees - to capture all of the wine's flavors. He then leaves the wine unfiltered to preserve it. This is California winemaking with ... Read More » 

Inventory: Main Warehouse

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