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2019 Chamisal San Luis Obispo County Pinot Noir
Review Date: 01-25-2021
An absolute steal in value Pinot Noir as confirmed by the huge 94 WE review! Chamisal is a long running stalwart producer on the central coast and has the pick of prime vineyards in often overlooked (and undervalued) regions such as Edna Valley where the majority of this wine came from. This is a bright, fresh, juicy Pinot Noir with vibrant red fruit, zesty spices, bramble leaf and subtle earthy hints. Half of the wine is aged in tank and half in barrel so its flavor profile is very fresh and fruit forward with a crunchy acidity and purity that makes this a super versatile everyday drinker with a variety of foods. A great bottle to have on hand to scratch that Pinot Noir itch without spending a fortune!
Top Value!
Price: $19.95 Add To Cart

2016 Spring Mountain Vineyard Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
Review Date: 01-25-2021
This wine is what happens when one of the most highly regarded, historic properties in all of Napa Valley and one of the best vintages in recent memory combine - pure mountain grown Cabernet at its finest. The 2016 is absolutely packed full with everything you could want in Spring Mountain Cab; a deep mix black and blue fruits, crème de cassis, muddled blackberries, crushed rocks, pine needle, cigar box, leather. The wine has powerful and resonant tannins, but at the same time there is a wonderful opulence about the wine in it's youth that softens the grip of that famous long-lived mountain structure. A truly great wine in the making.
Price: $79.95 Add To Cart

2018 Westwood "Sangiacomo - Robert's Road Vineyard" Sonoma Coast Chardonnay
Review Date: 01-24-2021
It's easy to see why this magical wine from Westwood attain such high praise; it captures a wonderful purity of fruit. Perhaps it's a little cliched, but this truly has that sense of bottled sunshine. Aromas of blooming wild flowers, jasmine and honeysuckle. Pure, ripe, fresh-picked golden pear and honeyed apricot. The fruit flavors are luscious and rich, yet the wines almost crystalline acidity gives it form, vibrancy and cut. The oak is beautifully judged supporting the other elements but never obscuring or distracting from wines focus and purity. It's a beautiful bottle that highlights lovely fruit and vibrant acidity in perfect balance.
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2017 Le P'tit Paysan "Le P'tit Pape" San Benito County Rhône Blend
Review Date: 01-22-2021
When this wine was $20 it was one of the best deals in the store. Now that it's under $15 it's just flat-out ridiculous. Le P'tit Pape is Ian Brand's take on a California Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Now, keep in mind that Ian is an ex-Bonny Dooner who once made wines under the tutelage of the original Rhone Ranger, Randall Grahm. His love affair with Rhone grapes is long in the making. After decades of hard work and searching the back roads, Ian has amassed a collection of some of the finest hidden gem vineyards on the Central Coast. His winemaking skills have become well honed, something verified time and time again by copious amounts critical acclaim including being name the SF Chronicle's Winemaker of the Year in 2018. As we're all too aware 2020 presented challenges to everyone, with many restaurants shuttered and tasting rooms closed, wineries have looked to long-time partners to help them move through wines that needed a good home. And so we come to this extra special price on this wine. This bottling, that is dominated by Grenache, leads with sumptuous liquored raspberry, macerated redcurrants and baking spice. Syrah and Mourvèdre add bass notes of smoked meat, cracked black pepper and warm earth. With air some floral tones add lift and freshness. A wine with depth and complexity way beyond even it's original price point. This is basically like getting Châteauneuf-du-Pape at Côtes du Rhône pricing. Don't miss out on this bargain offering, it's likely to go fast.
Top Value!
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2016 Waters Washington Cabernet Sauvignon
Review Date: 01-22-2021
This is a powerhouse wine that beautifully combines big, rich, modern Cabernet flavors with some more complex, layered, savory tones and has impeccable balance on the palate. Waters' rising star winemaker, Jamie Brown, was hand-picked for the job by none other than Chris Figgins, the owner / winemaker of the legendary Leonetti Cellars. Through relationships such as this they're able to source some of the finest fruit in the state. Sources include the old vines at Cold Creek Vineyard, Stone Tree Vineyard 1000ft high on the Wahluke Slope, and the legendary Pepper Bridge Vineyard in Walla Walla. This wine leads with crushed blackcurrant, dark chocolate, dried flowers, liquored cherry. Then subtle hints of of cigar box, turned earth, smoky barrel spice. Medium to full bodied, long on the palate with wave after wave of resonating dark fruit and earthy undertones. An absolute steal for the price we have it listed. Drink now or over the next 10 years.
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2018 Beauregard Santa Cruz Mountains Pinot Noir
Review Date: 01-19-2021
A new addition to Ryan Beauregard's range of wines, this Santa Cruz Mountain designation Pinot Noir is a fantastic wine that allows you to enjoy Ryan's talents and deft winemaking style without forking out for the more expensive single vineyard designates (though I would suggest those are worth every penny as well). An elegant style with tons of freshness and floral tones. Baking spice, leaf litter, pine resin. Bright and vibrant on the palate with juicy red fruits, woodsy spice notes, bergamot, agar wood. Crunchy acidity keeps the wine focused and linear but the fruit is beautifully ripe and expressive at the same time. Simply delicious.
Top Value!
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2018 Stolpman "Estate" Ballard Canyon Syrah
Review Date: 01-18-2021
One of my favorite Syrahs from anywhere on the planet and consistently deemed one of the finest examples of the variety produced in California by many top critics. The Stolpman family were founders of the growing region known today as Ballard Canyon and their dream was to have it recognized as a world-class site for Rhone varietals, something I believe they proved long ago. The 2018 Estate Syrah is absolutely quintessential Syrah; it's bursting with smoky, gamy, black and blue fruits hemmed in by high-toned florals on one end and deep bass tones of scorched earth and cracked peppercorns on the other. Whilst the fruit is lush and mouth coating, the floral lift, spice, and savory tones provide depth and complexity beyond the wonderfully pure mid-palate fruit. Medium-plus bodied with ultrafine tannins and perfectly judged acidity playing equal roles in sculpting the wine's form. It's pure class and a pleasure to drink now or over the coming 10+ years. Galloni calls this a "reference-point wine for the appellation." I might go a few steps further and call it a reference-point wine for Syrah in general.
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2016 Trisaetum Willamette Valley Pinot Noir
Review Date: 01-11-2021
Truly one of the best value Pinot Noirs at K&L right now in my opinion. We carried this wine upon release a couple years back and right from the first taste I was floored by just how delicious it was for the money. It's one of those wines that just flat-out tastes good! The lifted floral aromas, the purity of fruit, the soft lush texture, mouthwatering finish...this is a straight-up, go-to everyday drinker that totally over delivers in every respect. When the opportunity presented itself to get our hands on a parcel of this I couldn't believe our luck! One of my favorite wines of the vintage that was "sold out" all too soon, was back again! I took every case available to us because I just know that once folks taste how good this wine is for $19.95 it won't be around long, because if there's anything people can't get enough of it's really good Pinot Noir for under $20! Loaded with ripe dark cherry and bramble fruit, baking spice, sandalwood, and marzipan. Silky and elegant but with plenty of fruit weight and richness. A lovely spicy lift of clove and star anise on the finish with a touch of savory leaf litter for nuance. Just such a complete bottle of Pinot. All estate grown and produced. This holds up to many of it's peers at twice the price and beyond.
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2012 Joseph Swan "Trenton Estate" Russian River Valley Pinot Noir
Review Date: 01-11-2021
If you were lucky enough to grab some of the last month's 2012 Joseph Swan "Trenton View" Pinot Noir before it evaporated you'll know that this is not to be missed. Again we've managed to secure a limited parcel of library wine, direct from the property, at special pricing to boot. This Trenton Estate bottling is Swan's top wine. The fruit is from the original block where Joseph Swan first planted Pinot Noir in this now legendary sub-region of Russian River Valley - Laguna Ridge. Similar to the Trenton View bottling in its beautiful combination of rose petal, spicy red fruit and earthy, savory notes...the Trenton Estate adds some extra weight and power to the equation. The color in the glass is a darker hue; there is a riper, richer feel to the fruit and more sappiness to the mid-palate texture. The earthy finish is long and layered with dried porcini and truffle mingling with forest floor and ripe red berry fruits. This wine has developed beautifully in bottle and its winery direct provenance is unsurpassed. Get it while you can!
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2018 Upchurch "Upchurch Vineyard" Red Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon
Review Date: 01-11-2021
I'll pick up right where the Wine Advocate left off..."a Rockstar wine from a Rockstar winemaker." Chris Upchurch is undoubtedly one of the Washington's greatest winemakers of all time. His record of crafting simply stunning Bordeaux inspired wines (amongst other thigs) is long and decorated. As the founding winemaker of Delille, Upchurch now has three decades of winemaking under his belt and many of his wines are capable of lasting multiple decades also! His wines very much represent a fusion of more traditional Bordeaux like structure with a slightly more "new world" concentration to the fruit profile. Chris' eponymous venture - Upchurch - is based on his own "First Growth" site on the slopes of Red Mountain. After spending all those years working with the best fruit in the state, he decided that this singular terroir offered something truly unique and world class and has doubled down on this vineyard. The 2018 is beautiful even in its youth. Brimming with creme de cassis, crushed blackberry, scorched earth, subtle licorice and and shaved cedar. This luxurious fruit is all wrapped up in very sophisticated, exotic, oak tones from the top notch Taransaud cooperage. The wine has plenty of structure underneath the suave fruit, but the tannis are so fine and beautifully polished there's nothing hard or astringent about the wine. From past experience of Chris' wines I have no doubt that this will be a 25-30+ year wine. World-class stuff.
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2016 Captûre "Innovant" Alexander Valley Bordeaux Blend
Review Date: 12-12-2020
Owing partly due to its comparative youth, this is definitely the most powerful, and richest of the Capture wines we have offered thus far. The stunning 2013 and 2014 Harmonie bottlings that we offered previously (and are close to sold) were mostly Cabernet Franc and quite "Bordeaux like" more savory and elegant. The 2016 Capture Innovant is much more like a powerful mountain fruit Cab from Napa Valley...Howell Mountain perhaps. Very inky and concentrated in the glass, bold aromas of black and blue fruit, blackcurrant, damson preserve, graphite, singed cedar, and crushed rock. Medium to full bodied with an impressive array of fine yet grippy tannins. This really makes and impact, the fruit is pure and beautifully enhanced by some nuances of oak spice and char. This is polished and richly fruited enough to drink now even while the structure is quite apparent, however, I think it's best days lay ahead of it if you can resist the youthful exuberance and primary appeal I believe this will develop very nicely in the cellar also. We have an exceptional, winery direct price on these and they drink WAY beyond this price point.

2018 Diatom (Brewer-Clifton) "Santos Road" Sta. Rita Hills Chardonnay
Review Date: 12-09-2020
Another beautiful Diatom Chardonnay that delivers everything we've come to expect of this project from Greg Brewer. Santos Road is actually a fanciful name given to a single block selection the Brewer-Clifton's 3D Vineyard. This site has produced many many spectacular wines over the years and this one stands shoulder to shoulder with them. Here the vines grown in almost pure sand. The windblown soils are rich in diatomaceous earth that give this project its name and impart a distinctive minerality in the wines. The wine shimmers like golden sand under the midday sun, flashes of citrus, white peach and Spring blossom drive the zesty nose, wet stone mineral runs across the palate with flavors of key lime pie, lemon curd, and marmalade on toast. Despite is very citrus dominated aroma and flavor profile, the wine doesn't come across as tart or sour. It's actually got a lovely, soft, elegant texture, just without the noticeable flavor or presence of oak. This is worth twice the price...but don't worry...we'll just charge you the once! An incredible value not to be missed.

2018 Diatom (Brewer-Clifton) "Katherine's" Santa Maria Valley Chardonnay
Review Date: 12-08-2020
First and foremost this is an absolutely delicious and eminently drinkable bottle of wine. Anyone who follows my staff reviews will know that "quaffability" is very high on my list of admirable qualities. However, if you manage to pause long enough to really savory this wine (and I tried very hard to for the purposes of this review) you will find a wine of depth and complexity with a core of undeniable minerality. The wine has a beautiful floral component, apple blossom and honeysuckle lead into flavors of poached pear, golden quince, and salt preserved lemon. A powerful, oceanic quality of sea spray and oyster shell pervades the wine and adds lovely complexity and umami character. The mouth feel is also very interesting as the wine is at once racy and zesty with plenty of verve but also has a a sense of natural density and extract perhaps owing to the vines that are 50 years old and growing on their own roots. Greg Brewer has once again subtly crafted a wine that perfectly represents this historic, cool-climate site in Santa Maria Valley and gives us a bottle of uniquely California Chardonnnay that we can feel very proud of.

2016 Robert Craig Spring Mountain District Cabernet Sauvignon
Review Date: 12-07-2020
My favorite bottling from Robert Craig in 2016 is the Spring Mountain Cab. This bottling is sourced entirely from the Crowley Vineyard at a towering 2000ft elevation at the top of the mountain. Though this site was originally planted in the late 1800's, the current vines were put in the ground in the early 2000's. The site is farmed biodynamically and almost entirely dry-farmed. The resulting fruit is powerfully concentrated and a pure expression of this very special terroir. The wine itself is classic Spring Mountain; soaring aromatics of crushed flowers and mint, black and blue fruits, wisps of cigar smoke, crushed rock, thyme and spice box. The palate is dense and powerful but very polished and plush. I get the sense that there are some mountain tannins in there somewhere but they're fully enveloped in luxurious, flowing fruit and the whole thing veiled with classy oak tones. Exceptional Napa Valley, mountain grown Cabernet, from a great producer and top vintage, at this price!? Need a seriously good bottle for a gift without breaking the bank? It doesn't get much better than this when you look at quality, prestige and price point.
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2017 Black Kite "Soberanes Vineyard" Santa Lucia Highlands Chardonnay
Review Date: 12-07-2020
The latest winery direct screaming deal from Black Kite is the Soberanes Vineyard Chardonnay from the renowned Santa Lucia Highlands. This vineyard was planted and is farmed by SLH legends Gary Pisoni and Gary Franscioni. This vineyard sits at the heart of the appellation right next to the legendary Garys' Vineyard. The Chardonnay is planted in the lower portion of the vineyard where the soils are littered with chunks of granite and the persistent fog cools the vines during the summer months. The result is a powerful, pure wine with bountiful ripe fruit but also excellent focus, acidity and mineral underpinning. The long, moderate growing season of this region allows the winemakers to capture ripe, rich fruit without sacrificing that all important acidity that keeps the wines balanced and vibrant. Here I get tons of baked orchard fruit, bosc pear and quince. Whisps of struck flint add a nice edge to the rich golden fruit. The oak is just a subtle framing adding a hint of spice and pie crust note. The finish is vibrant as the richer flavors tapers off and more zesty citrus driven tones get their turn the come to the fore. Very well made Chardonnay with great presence and length on the palate without being over heavy or creamy. This is exactly what Santa Lucia Highlands does so well, the balance of richness and restraint. A very impressive bottle at a hugely discounted price. Set to be another quick top seller.

2017 Shafer "One Point Five" Stags Leap District Cabernet Sauvignon
Review Date: 12-01-2020
Year in year out Shafer One Point Five is a rock solid go to for big, bold, exuberant Napa Cabernet. This stalwart estate in Stags' Leap has a close to flawless record stretching back decades and is consistently one of my top recommendations to folks looking for a rich, fruit forward, powerful style of Cabernet. This sub-region of Napa gets lots of intense afternoon sunshine and reflected warmth off the towering mountain sides that skirt this part of the valley. This gives the wine an extra pop of exotic fruit, blueberry going into boysenberry with toasted spices, scorched earth and dried herbs. The structure is powerful and mouth coating, but the tannins are fully ripe and not harsh even when drunk young. Considering this wine pedigree and consistent huge critical acclaim, the price has stayed very modest by today's standards. To find a wine like this for under $100 is becoming increasingly rare. Bravo, Shafer!

2015 Siduri "John Sebastiano Vineyard" Sta. Rita Hills Pinot Noir
Review Date: 11-28-2020
A bold, powerful, spicy Pinot from this very highly regard hillside block in the Sta. Rita Hills. The higher elevation and exposed western slopes of this vineyard means if is buffeted by the almost constant sea breezes producing fruit of wonderful concentration and depth of flavor. Siduri's rendition is packed with spicy red berry fruits, macerated raspberry, clove, nutmeg, split oak, dry hay and a nice framing of exotic oak. Powerful and dense, but also has lovely energy and vibrancy to the mid palate. Finishes with fine powdery tannins and some nice mineral inflections. Really nicely done, great balance and integration throughout. And what a price!!!

2013 Sky Vineyards Mount Veeder Zinfandel
Review Date: 11-28-2020
One of the more complex Zinfandel based wines I've ever tasted...no scratch that....one of the more complex wines I've ever tasted, period. If you're looking for a soft, jammy, fruit bomb - this wine is not for you. This is old school, structured, grippy, mountain grown Zinfandel that will age with the best Cabernet based wines in your cellar. To be honest I think this wine really tastes more of Mount Veeder than of Zinfandel per se. The wine has some beautiful dusty red fruits, brambly, briary notes, lots of cedar, earth, cigar box, aromatic spices of cumin and clove plus bass tones of smoked meat and crumbly earth. It is at once quite rustic, but also refined and lifted. Even at 7 years of age this wine still has formidable tannin structure and a taught acid line that both indicate this wine has a few decades of ageing potential...maybe more.
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2013 Hess Collection "Estate" Mount Veeder Cabernet Sauvignon
Review Date: 11-23-2020
The story behind this wine is quite fun...I recently asked our supplier for more 2016 Hess Collection Mount Veeder Cab only to be disappointed that it was sold out. However my frown was quickly turned upside-down when the winery said we could take the remainder of some 2013 they had stashed away in their library! Knowing the stellar reputation of the vintage and reading Robert Parker's glowing review of the wine I jumped at the opportunity. And boy are we glad we did! The wine is singing right now, bold aromas and flavors of blackcurrant, plum, blueberry coulis, tobacco leaf, pencil shaving charred oak and volcanic mineral undertones. The powerful mountain structure has melted into soft, lush, mouthcoating texture. The flavors are still bold and primary with only subtle hints of bottle development creeping in suggesting this wine is still evolving nicely and is yet to reach its best. If you like your Cab big and bold drink away! if you enjoy more secondary flavors this wine has tons of potential to laydown for at least another 10 years. What a beauty!
Price: $59.95 Add To Cart

2013 Red Stitch "Sierra Mar Vineyard" Santa Lucia Highlands Pinot Noir
Review Date: 11-18-2020
This majestic bottling hails from Pisoni / Franscioni owned and farmed Sierra Mar vineyard, this site is one of the most distinctive and spectacular in the region. Perched on the slopes of the Santa Lucia mountains at 1,100ft, the vines struggle in spares soils of decomposed granite and are fully exposed to the winds that funnel down the Salinas valley from the Monterey Bay. The wine is drinking beautifully right now, very expressive with an array of red to black fruits, dark cherry, black raspberry, seared strawberry, bramble, baking spice, hot stone, hints of leather. The palate is supple and silky, quite concentrated and fresh for a wine that now has 6 years in bottle. A classic expression of Santa Lucia Highlands Pinot Noir that captures just how special the Pinot from this area can be.
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2018 Martin Ray Santa Cruz Mountains Cabernet Sauvignon
Review Date: 11-15-2020
Very rarely does a Cabernet of this stature come along at this price point. I mean as soon as you smell the wine it's instantly clear there is some serious fruit in here. This was confirmed by the team at Martin Ray when they divulged that the majority of this wine comes from the highly revered Fellom Ranch vineyard directly adjacent to Ridge's Monte Bello vineyard. The nose is dominated by dark red and black fruits, smoky spices, ferrous earth tones and pipe tobacco. Briary, forest notes mingle with the deeply saturated fruit. These beautiful aromas are mirrored on the palate with black raspberry, cassis, preserved damson, charred oak spice and a brooding dry earth character. Dense and structured but not overly extracted, this is powerful Cab but without undue ripeness, sweetness or jammy qualities. Very open and expressive now, but undoubtedly will age for 10-15 years in the cellar no problem. It really is an unfathomably layered and exquisite Cab for the money.
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2018 Gary Farrell "Russian River Selection" Russian River Valley Chardonnay
Review Date: 11-15-2020
This is a stunningly well made bottle of Chardonnay. It's integration and balance are perfect, all elements are in tune with one another. Aromas and flavors of a delicious freshly baked pear tart. Savory hints of a dew cover meadow, yellow flowers and hazelnut. Lovely ripe orchard fruit notes but just the right amount of tartness to balance the caramelized notes. Vibrant, crisp acidity teases out persistent flavors giving length and freshness. It's focused and yet very flavorful; has weight and texture and yet remains almost ethereal and energetic on the palate. For me, it's right up there with the best and most faithful renditions of Russian River Chardonnay and yet the price point is considerably lower than almost all of it's qualitative peers. This is an astounding value in beautifully executed Chardonnay.
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2017 Migration "Charles Heintz Vineyard" Sonoma Coast Chardonnay
Review Date: 11-14-2020
Wow! This is an explosive, exotic Chardonnay just bursting with ripe, golden, honeyed fruit. Wonderfully creamy on the palate with apricot, poached pears, crème brûlée, pecan brittle. It's certainly a rich , ripe wine, perhaps even a little hint of botrytis adding a spice and complexity of its own, but the wine also has a wonderful brightness and fresh acidity. I think that is why this vineyard is so beloved, it can produce Chardonnay with such opulent flavors and textures without sacrificing vibrancy and energy. To get a Charles Heintz Chardonnay at this price is very rare and the team at Migration (Duckhorn) did a stellar job capturing the unique qualities of this celebrated site. This one is sure to please.
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2017 Arterberry Maresh "Old Vine" Dundee Hills Pinot Noir
Review Date: 11-09-2020
Arterberry Maresh is a staff favorite at K&L. I'm pretty sure the staff are buying and drinking as much of it as our customers! Folks looking for classically styled, pure, unadulterated Oregon Pinot Noir need look no further. Arterberry's "Old Vine" bottling comes predominantly from their eponymous estate, Maresh Vineyard, but also has a small percentage of fruit from the neighboring Weber Vineyard. Both vineyards were planted more 45 years ago and are dry-farmed. Intoxicating aromas and flavors of deep red berries mingling with rose petal, forest floor, spice box, sandalwood and nutmeg. Medium bodied, lithe and fresh, the tannin structure is refined and plenty pliable enough to drink right now or for many years to come.
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2013 Acumen "PEAK - Attelas Vineyard" Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
Review Date: 11-04-2020
The 2013 Acumen "Peak - Attelas Vineyard" Cabernet is a wine of pure class and pedigree. This wine eschews any sense of over the top ripeness or extraction in favor of purity, sense of place, varietal typicity, balance and poise. Whilst hailing from the high slopes of Atlas Peak, in style this wine has more in common with classical left bank Bordeaux than modern day Napa Cab. A deep brick red in the glass with ruby hues; the nose gives off wonderful wisps of redcurrant, bay leaf, cigar box, pencil shavings, struck rock and dry soil. With time in the glass darker notes of cassis, and camphor emerge. These characters recur on the palate as gentle waves of flavor lap against refined structural tannins. Deep red fruits, earthy undertones and volcanic minerality from Atlas Peak's rugged rocky soils. The wine is medium plus bodied with fine, elegant texture and supple mouth feel from 5+ years maturation in bottle. This is such a wonderful wine to savor. You can smell, taste, and feel the old-world refinement and elegance the late-great Denis Malbec instilled into this bottling. An emerging superstar winemaker, born and raised at Château Latour where is father was cellar master, on a path to make some of Napa Valley's finest wines of a generation before he sadly passed away at just 46 years of age. Yet his legacy lives on in this bottle. A winery direct deal means we can bring you this absolutely eye opening Cabernet for a song. Share it this holiday season with family and friends or keep it in the cellar for the next 10-15 years...either way you'll be very happy you did.
Drink from 2018 to 2018
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2017 Mt. Brave Mount Veeder Cabernet Sauvignon
Review Date: 10-25-2020
Mt. Veeder is one of my favorite regions for Cabernet. The wines grown here are very distinctive. They have power and structure but also tend to retain beautiful varietal characters of cedar, tobacco and leather. Combined with the minerality expressed from the rugged volcanic and ancient sea bed soils, these wines are truly unique and fascinating. Mt Brave captures exactly what I described above with the extra bit of flare and exoticism Chris Carpenter puts into his wines. The 2017 might be best release of this wine in recent memory, perhaps owing to the declassification of Lokoya wines that were not produced in 2017. I love that this wine has the upfront fruit and lush texture to be enjoyed young, but at the same time there is obvious potential for ageing here with mountain tannins woven into the fabric of rich, dark fruit. Those compelling cigar box and cedar notes are here too adding another layer on complexity beyond the luxurious fruit. This wine is very well done, nothing is out of place, the balance impeccable. In this day and age when you across a wine of this pedigree, with triple 95 point scores from the top publications, the price tag is typically MUCH higher. This is a great buy for those folks who like to drink super high-end, cult Napa Cabs, but don't want to spend $200-$500 per bottle doing it.

2018 Ojai Vineyard "Puerta del Mar Vineyard" Santa Barbara County Chardonnay
Review Date: 10-24-2020
This is as close to Chablis as I think you can get outside of Chablis! This wine just speaks of the ocean. Scattered white blossom, seam foam salinity, oyster shell, bright yellow fruits with chalk and wet stone. Medium bodied with so much energy and vibrancy of flavor. I savored this bottle along with the Solomon Hills bottling over three days and both continued to show beautifully with no sign of slowing down or oxidizing. Fantastic Chardonnay.
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2016 Addendum "Stagecoach Vineyard" Atlas Peak Cabernet Sauvignon
Review Date: 10-14-2020
I don't know about you but I love it when Cab really tastes like Cab! So many these days seeking power and intensity ripen the varietal to the point where it can just taste like generic jammy red wine. Not this beauty from the famed rocky soils of Stagecoach Vineyard...this is real Cabernet Sauvignon though and through. Hailing from the high hillsides of Atlas Peak, planted in rugged volcanic rock they had to blast with dynamite when planting this vineyard, comes this explosive Cab from Addendum. The nose is bristling with black and blue fruits, pine needle, shaved cedar, cigar box, and graphite. On the palate the wine is rich and powerful but maintains the beautiful varietally correct profile the nose alluded to. Waves of deep, shimmering cassis, mulberry, and sloe liqueur flow across the mid-palate. The tannis are well judged and give an adequate framework without corseting the fruit expression. The rocky undertones speak loudly of this wine's mountainous terroir. This is a very serious bottle on wine from one of the most distinctive and celebrated mountain sites in all of Napa. Winemaker, Blair Fox absolutely nailed this one, what a wine. Drink now with a good decant and stash some away for the coming decade or more.
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2018 Vivier Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir
Review Date: 10-14-2020
Knowing the illustrious background of winemaker Stephane Vivier I had high expectations for this wine. High expectations that had been further fortified by the glowing Wine Advocate review I read a couple days earlier! So I'm very happy to report that from the first sniff to the last drop, this bottle was everything I had hoped it would be and then some! An absolute masterclass in Pinot Noir. This wine is so aromatic, fine, pure, elegant and enchanting...everything one could hope for from this seductive varietal. The nose is very lifted with fresh flowers, clove, star anise, crunchy red berries, rose water. The palate is ethereal yet powerful at the same time. Beautifully focused with incredible purity and grace. There is terrific energy here, the wine feels positively alive and vibrant. One of the finer expressions of the grape I've come across this year. Bravo!
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2016 Chanin "Sanford & Benedict Vineyard" Sta. Rita Hills Pinot Noir
Review Date: 10-06-2020
Wow! A repeat of our sellout, slam dunk deal on the 2014 Chanin Sanford & Benedict Pinot Noir email from a few months back, now for the 2016 vintage. Our winery direct relationship with Chanin keeps these incredible bargains coming! Sanford & Benedict is one of the true Grand Cru sites of California and home to the oldest Pinot Noir vines in the Sta. Rita Hills. These old vines grow in a complex mixture of clay, diatomaceous shale, and chert, or flint, rocks. The result is powerful wines with great richness and breadth on the palate and an intricate thread of minerality running throughout. Winemaker Gavin Chanin is a true master of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay and his expression of this iconic vineyard is second to none. Don't miss this offer at this unbelievably low price. This one is a case buy.

2017 Ridge Vineyards "Estate" Santa Cruz Mountains Cabernet Sauvignon
Review Date: 09-30-2020
This perennial sleeper wine is purely declassified Monte Bello. The fruit is grown at Monte Bello with the same meticulous farming as the lots for the flagship wine. It's harvested the same and the initial the winemaking techniques are exactly the same as its big brother. Only once the wine is almost done with fermentation is it evaluated for inclusion in the Monte Bello or Estate Cabernet. The decision is made by taste alone, the lots that winemaker, Eric Baugher feels can handle more extraction to endow the wine with more structure and longevity become destined for the top bottling, the lots that are more approachable, and lend themselves to earlier drinking are directed to the Estate Cab. The key thing to note here is that Ridge’s “Estate” Cab is almost four times less expensive than Monte Bello! And for those of us with less patience...you can drink it from the outset! The 2017 Monte Bello has multiple 100 point scores and has been hailed as "one for the ages" by Jeb Dunnuck. Touted as "one of the all-time greats" by the Wine Advocate. Several critics have suggested that it will be a 50-60 year wine. Baugher even laughed and said he wouldn't be surprised if it was a 100 year wine! However, if you want something to drink in the meantime you can't go wrong with this bottle.

2016 Domaine Eden Santa Cruz Mountains Chardonnay
Review Date: 09-30-2020
This is a truly special deal on one of the finest examples of California Chardonnay you'll find anywhere near this price point! Our long relationship with Jeffrey and Ellie at Mount Eden means that thankfully when they have a few cases they want to move through they often offer them up to us! For the uninitiated, the Domaine Eden label is predominantly from a second property that Mount Eden purchased several years back that sits just below the original estate and was previously Cinnabar Winery. Whilst this estate produces spectacular fruit of its own...this years Domaine Eden Chardonnay is made all the more exciting as is also contains 35% of Mount Eden fruit! No wonder it's so delicious! The wine is filled with crisp orchard fruits, golden delicious apple, peach, and nectarine. Notes of warm bread, roasted chestnuts, and powerful stony minerals add a savory, umami complexity to the pristine fruit. Rarely would you expect to find such layered complexity in a wine of this price point...but then again...rarely would you find this wine at this price point! A couple years in bottle have really helped this wine and I think it's in peak drinking condition as the flavors unfurl beautifully in the glass. The bright acidity and good portion of Mount Eden fruit also leads me to believe it will continue to drink well for another 3-5 years comfortably. Get it while it lasts as this very sharp price.
Top Value!

2017 Copia Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara Cabernet Sauvignon
Review Date: 09-28-2020
The Copia wines are new to me but WOW - they made a huge impact. After seeing a couple glowing write ups from Dunnuck and Wine Enthusiast on this 2017 Cabernet I sent a quick note to the winery seeing if they might be interested in working with us directly. From the first sip I knew this wine was a winner and that the big scores were entirely justified! It's a seriously impressive wine; made in a modern style with huge fruit concentration and power. Yet, at the same time it's incredibly fresh, vibrant and beautifully balance for such a big wine. Explosive aromatics showing lashings of blue and purple fruits, crème de cassis, crushed blueberry, mulberry, exotic spice, bitter-sweet chocolate and new leather. The palate delivers all that the nose suggests with a flowing, lush mid-palate and beautiful lift and energy driving the finish. This wine shows exactly what this region can do. It's a stunningly delicious, powerhouse Cabernet that never loses control or focus. This is on a par with some of the most iconic producers of the Central Coast and yet (for now at least) the price point is more than reasonable given the immense stature of this release.
Price: $49.95 Add To Cart

2015 Copain "Wendling Vineyard" Anderson Valley Pinot Noir
Review Date: 09-11-2020
Now this is a wine with a WOW factor! You hear people say from time to time that Pinot Noir can be "enchanting"or "magical" and yet also "elusive" and "fickle." People talk of that bottle of Burgundy they had long ago and have been seeking that experience ever since. Well this a Pinot Noir that evokes such emotions. It embodies the idea of an elegant yet powerful wine that is both graceful and refined but also bold and exotic. Every swirl of the glass brings new aromas of Asian spice, fresh rose petal, ripe forest berries, bramble fruits, Agarwood and truffle. The palate is ample with fantastic fruit weight, luxurious texture, fine but evident tannin and perfectly balanced acidity. The alcohol is a very moderate 12.8% and yet there's plenty of ripeness and fruit purity here. The wine is still quite young and concentrated and whilst drinking beautifully after 4 years in bottle I think it will continue to improve for another 5+ years a likely drink well for another 10+ years. The vineyard site is one of my absolute favorites in California and the producers that get this fruit all speak highly of its quality and they pedigree is very evident here. This is a truly special bottle of Pinot Noir and I'm excited to have some in my cellar.
Price: $34.99 Add To Cart

2015 Varner "Los Alamos Vineyard" Santa Barbara County Pinot Noir
Review Date: 08-28-2020
The Varner wines have been longtime favorites for us at K&L. Their original Spring Ridge Vineyard is just up the road from our Redwood City store and brother's Jim and Bob Varner are frequent customers (though it's always tricky to know just which one you're chatting with as they're identical twins)! More recently they've shifted focus to Santa Barbara and some beautiful cool climate sites in that area are well suited to their house style. The 2015 Los Alamos Vineyard Pinot Noir is from a historic site long hailed as one of the best in region by iconic producers such as Chanin, Au Bon Climat and Ojai. The mature, hillside vines produce complex fruit, this bottling is mostly Pommard Clone with a dash of 777. The wine is very elegant and refined. Mid-weight and quite translucent in the glass, but packed with flavor and depth. Dusty red berries, sandalwood, baking spice and just as Wine Advocate reviewer Erin Brooks notes, the finish has a fascinating Amaro like alpine herb component that goes on and on. A super food friendly wine, I had mine with roast chicken and it was perfect. Thanks to our close relationship with Varner we did a great deal on the last of the 2015 and we're passing those savings on to you. This is a great bottle of Pinot that is drinking beautifully and selling for a song.
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2017 Scattered Peaks Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
Review Date: 08-28-2020
In three short years Scattered Peaks has become a Top Pick go-to Cab for us at K&L. The inaugural release of the 2015 vintage became an overnight sensation with an enormous 97 point score! However what is perhaps more important is that we sold hundreds of cases of the follow up 2016 vintage with out any big scores, just on the quality of the wine alone. Customers and staff alike came to understand that this was one of the finest values out there in Napa Valley Cab. With the 2017 release, winemaker Joel Aiken's decades of experience allowed him to craft a wine that beams quintessential Napa Cab properties of dark cassis fruit and dusty redcurrant, loamy earth, pipe tobacco, ripe, fine grained tannins and exotic barrel spice rounding out the finish. It's rich and powerful but also has more of an old school backbone of structure than many contemporary bottlings. It's accessible now but could also comfortably lay down for 8-10 years if you're so inclined. Tasted blind I'm convinced this wine could hold its own with Napa Cabs two, three, even four times its price point with ease...it's that good. And you don't just have to take our word for it...Wine Spectator just wrote it up as one of the best value Napa Cabs of the year.
Top Value!
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2017 Chanin "Bien Nacido Vineyard" Santa Maria Valley Chardonnay
Review Date: 08-23-2020
A simply stunning expression of Bien Nacido (one of my absolute favorite vineyards in the country) from Gavin Chanin. Despite the fact that California is now producing a huge range of Chardonnays and maintaining a higher level of quality than ever in its history, the stigma of CA Chard being big, rich, oaky and buttery refuses to fully dissipate. Well, this is a wine that illustrates just how mineral driven, bright, focused and precise CA Chardonnay can be when gown in a great vineyard and crafted by a master. Coming from 40 year old vines in one of the finest parcels of this legendary vineyard, this bottle is alive with orchard blossom aromas, saline minerals, zesty citrus acidity, chalky notes, baked bread and wet stones. Very powerful and full of flavor, but linear and taught at the same time. A seemingly endless finish with waves of mineral, salt and ripe orchard fruit. What a wine! And what a price we have on it...a winery direct deal you have to take advantage of ASAP.

2017 Ghost Block "Estate" Oakville Cabernet Sauvignon
Review Date: 08-16-2020
Without doubt one of the finest values in modern day Napa Cabernet. When you consider the estate's prime location in the heart of Oakville with neighbors including Opus One and Beckstoffer To Kalon vineyards, it should come as no surprise that this is spectacular Cab. What is surprising is its $60 price point! Full-bodied with abundant, lush, dark fruit, blackberry, cassis, boysenberry, scorched earth, vanilla oak tones. All this ripe, rich fruit is underpinned by a gravelly, stony, mineral edge and soft, juicy acidity. The tannins are ripe, fine and silky. This wine can be enjoyed right away or over the next 8-10 years. Tasted by our team at Premier Napa Valley in a lineup of very tough competition, this wine held its own versus wines triple its price point.
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2018 Niner Wine Edna Valley Pinot Noir
Review Date: 08-13-2020
First thing that popped into my head when tasting this wine was..."ummm, this tastes expensive!" I was then VERY pleasantly surprised to find out...it's not! Right from the outset this has an impressive bold, overt nose of fresh rose petals, liquored cherry, spice cake, vanilla and mulled citrus peel. On the palate the wine the wine is soft and luxurious with ripe, exotic, spicy fruits delivering everything the nose suggested. It has a very silky and sophisticated mouthfeel for a wine of such a modest price point. I think this wine would easily hold its own in a line up of Kosta Browne, Sea Smoke, Kistler, Wayfarer wines...and our special price puts at about a quarter the cost of most of these. If you enjoy suave, sophisticated, fruit-forward Pinot Noir with immaculate purity and polished texture, this is for you...and it won't break the bank!
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2018 Failla Willamette Valley Pinot Noir
Review Date: 07-21-2020
Now this is an impressive bottle of Pinot for $25! Ehren Jordan's "Failla" wines have long been a go-to for me personally and when recommending wines to customers. They are universally delicious, impeccably well made, simply pure class through and through. Whilst most of the Failla wines originate from Sonoma county, more recently Ehren has been making wines from top vineyard sites in Oregon and has even opened a tasting room in the Eola-Amity Hills. This Williamette Valley bottling from Failla is blended from some of the most highly regarded, well established vineyards in the region including the 1972 planted Eola Springs, 1968 planted Chehalem Mountain and from the iconic 1984 planted Seven Springs. No sub-par juice here this is serious stuff. True to his style and no doubt due to the long hang-time and perfect ripening of the 2018 season, this wine is a little more powerful and concentrated than your typical $25 Willamette Valley Pinot. Bold, powerful, spicy deep red fruits, warm earthy notes, dusty berries, baking spice, medium plus bodied with lots of weight to the almost briary fruit. Great length and persistence on the palate with some more classically Oregonian savory aspects of Pinot Noir showing through - pine needle, coastal forest, bramble leaf. There's a huge amount for flavor and quality packed into this bottle and Ehren has polished it up beautifully. This is a sure-fire winner at this price and a wine with tons of broad appeal that will bring a smile to your face.
Price: $29.99 Add To Cart

Laurent-Perrier "Cuvée Rosé" Brut Rosé Champagne
Review Date: 07-21-2020
Bright, fresh, rosé Champagne with lovely fruit and excellent purity. It shows some subtle notes of crushed mint and strawberry coulis. The quality of the all Grand Cru Pinot Noir fruit sources really show through on this wine. The elegant pure red fruit flavors are balanced by a nice tart cranberry acidity on the finish. A true classic!

2015 Cambria "Tepusquet Vineyard" Santa Maria Valley Syrah
Review Date: 07-16-2020
I have huge respect for wine critics that aren't afraid to drop big scores on relatively inexpensive wines when they truly deserve it! This fantastic Syrah from Cambria is a perfect example of giving credit where credit is due. Galloni bestowed this "powerful, dense, and explosive" Syrah with 94 points! Hailing from the Tepusquet Vineyard in Santa Maria Valley with vines planted in the 1970s, this is true cool-climate Syrah. The soils here consist of ancient marine fossils, shale, and windblown sand. The vines are meticulously farmed by the team at Cambria, and the wine is immaculately crafted by 15-year veteran winemaker, Denise Shurtleff. The wine is packed full of quintessential varietal expression: crushed violets, smoldering embers, cracked peppercorn, inky purple fruits, and exotic spices. Rich and weighty, but beautifully balanced and proportioned on the palate. It's originally priced at $32 by the winery, but we have a super deep price on this wine that you have to see to believe. This is an absolute bargain price on a wine that already over-delivered at its full retail price point.
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2018 My Favorite Neighbor (Booker) "Harvey & Harriet" Paso Robles Red Blend
Review Date: 07-02-2020
Last year when Booker announced there was to be a new wine in their Favorite Neighbor line called Harvey & Harriet that would retail under $50 we couldn't wait share it with you folks, our customers! We actually ran a special price on it at $39.95 and it sold out fast. So then imagine our surprise this year when the new 2018 vintage of Harvey & Harriet was released, with huge scores just like it's predecessor, but at a lower price again! What!? A highly rated Cabernet blend, from an iconic producer, from some of the best vineyards in Paso Robles, from the excellent 2018 vintage...and it when down $10!? Well it's true Harvey & Harriet is back and priced to be one of the best sellers of the year. A full-bodied blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Malbec and Petit Verdot, Syrah and Petite Sirah. This is a rich and powerful wine with opulent ripe fruit like blackcurrant, mulberry; these soft, lush layers of dark fruit are supported by undertones of scorched earth, exotic spicy oak, molten chocolate, cigar box, and and cracked peppercorn. Very approachable as a youngster from Booker immaculate winemaking and ageing in high quality 70% new oak. To echo what Dunnuck wrote about recent releases from Booker's My Favorite Neighbor range, these wines represent incredible value in this genre of wines. They can mix it up with some of the big cult wines of Napa Valley and have little to fear and much to gain! With two 93-95(+) scores and such a modest price point this one is sure to fly.

2018 Birichino "Besson Vineyard" Old Vine Central Coast Grenache
Review Date: 06-30-2020
This year Besson vineyard celebrates its 110th birthday. This incredible site in Gilroy produces one of the most distinctive and delicious expressions of Grenache I’ve come across. Made by two ex-Bonny Dooners, this wine is truly an expression of place. A small portion (plus or minus 10%) of the wine is made from fruit that is dried, or appassimento, boosting the wine’s structure while adding a complex alpine botanical character. The price of this wine is a steal when all things are considered.
Price: $24.95 Add To Cart

2015 Heitz Cellar Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
Review Date: 06-24-2020
If I had $50 in my pocket and I wanted the very best bottle of Napa Cabernet I could get...this would be it, period. Simply put, there is no better classically styled Napa Valley Cabernet for $50 than this bottle right here. Enough said.
Price: $54.95 Add To Cart

2017 Calera Central Coast Pinot Noir
Review Date: 06-22-2020
Calera is one of the most legendary producers in California. After spending time exploring the wine regions of Europe (including a stint at Domaine de la Romanée-Conti or DRC) in the early 1970's, founder Josh Jensen returned to California determined to produce world-class Pinot Noir. He bought the high-elevation site on the slopes of Mt. Harlan for its limestone rich soils. The rest is history. Calera has produced some of the most high touted bottlings of Pinot Noir ever to be made in California. With the help of Mike Waller (winemaker for the past decade) the wines have seldom faltered in four decades. In 2017 a new chapter began for Calera when Josh sold the company to Duckhorn. Thankfully the Duckhorn folks know a thing or two about great vineyards and winemaking and the wines continue to flourish under new ownership and the seasoned Waller is still at the helm in the cellar. Now to this wine specifically, the first Pinot released in the new era, and what a stunner. This is hands down the best Central Coast bottling I've tasted from Calera in 10 years. The quality of the fruit from vineyards such as Bien Nacido, Solomon Hills and Garys' to name but a few, is all seamlessly woven into a very complete bottle of wine that has to be one of the best values in the WORLD of Pinot Noir. Our razor sharp price compounds that fact making this a true must buy. Very impressive stuff.
Top Value!

2016 Avennia "Sestina" Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
Review Date: 06-09-2020
Avennia seek to highlight the very best vineyards in Washington through traditional techniques, varietals and blends from old world regions such as Bordeaux. The name "Sestina" is a form of medieval French poetry. The concept here is that Avennia take the traditional form prescribed to them by centuries of winemaking in Bordeaux and fill that arrangement with expressions of top vineyard sites here in WA. Avennia pay homage to the Grand Vins of the left bank, but also seek to convey a sense of place that is true to their own locale. The 2016 Sestina is fantastic and perfectly represents the idea behind its name. The nose is very reminiscent of classically styled Bordeaux with lifted floral aromas, cedar, dried tobacco, black and blue fruits, struck rock, and graphite. On the palate there is more generosity to the fruit and texture than the nose might suggest, perhaps owing to the warm growing season in 2016. This plush fruit gives great accessibility at a young drinking age, but don't be fooled by the lush, velvet textured mid-palate, there's plenty of sting in the tail here with a true varietally correct tannin structure that is refined and filigreed. A very deep and complex wine with a lovely broad drinking window to enjoy over the next 20 years depending on your preference. Our special pricing gets this wine right into the sweet spot around $20 a bottle off what you would typically expect to pay. With huge scores and the K&L staff behind it, this one probably won't last long.

2018 Drew "Mid-Elevation" Mendocino Ridge Pinot Noir
Review Date: 06-01-2020
From the first time I tasted this wine I was totally enamored with it. It's one of those special wines that just has an effortless brilliance to it. It's pure, elegant, vibrant, wonderfully poised and balanced. A near perfect rendition of pure pinosity - forest berries, rose petals, baking spice, leaf litter, damp earth. The texture is silky, acidity juicy and refreshing. Just a fantastic bottle of Pinot Noir. We had it online and on our shelves long before the big Vinous score dropped...when the score came through we bought every case available from the distributor and winery. When it's gone it's gone.
Top Value!
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2017 Hirsch "San Andreas Fault" Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir
Review Date: 05-03-2020
A perennial favorite here at K&L and with many of our customers across the country. Hirsch has long been, and continues to be, a benchmark producer on the Sonoma Coast. This incredible, pioneering vineyard sits 1,500ft above Timber Cove and Fort Ross on the coast just three miles away. The vineyard is planted to a multitude of clones in a dizzying array of complex soils churned up by the San Andreas Fault that runs just half a mile from the vineyard. This bottling, named after that fault line, is a summation of the property's unique complexity taking fruit from no less than 28 individual estate blocks and intricately weaving them into this stunning bottle. Many of the vines here are seriously mature, some dating back 40 years! Much is planted to heritage clones of Pinot Noir such as Swan, Calera, and Mount Eden. The vineyard is farmed using strict organic and biodynamic principles. The 2017 release of Hirsch "San Andreas" is a wonderfully pure, elegant wine that shows fresh, spicy red fruit aromas and flavors. Cherry, bramble fruit, Pine forest floor, mulling spices. Light to medium bodied but packed with flavor and intensity. It's so energized and vibrant. Beneath all that juicy, bright, delicious fruit is a profound minerality and soil quality that would make a great bottle of Burgundy jealous. This vineyard site has such a unique and powerful sense of place. This is tasting great right now but will be a great companion for 10+ years in the cellar too. Almost forgot to mention our special pricing...what's not to love?!

2018 Hundred Suns "Breaker Vineyard" Eola-Amity Hills Pinot Noir
Review Date: 05-03-2020
Such and incredible, unique wine. Sourced from some of the oldest vines in the region, a block of own-rooted, 777 clone Pinot Noir, planted in deep Nekia (volcanic basalt soils) with some large cobble stones in the lower section of the vineyard. Unfortunately this is the second to last vintage from these old vines as they have succumbed to the ravages of phylloxera and are currently being re-planted. However, what a way to go out! The 2018 is a stunningly complex wine with dark rose petal aromas, wild bramble fruit, freshly cut hedgerow, savory spices and earthy umami notes that are hard to put into words. Ethereal texture with soft silky tannin and vibrant, linear acidity on the finish. Quite coiled and cloaked when first poured, but a few enthusiastic swirls in a nice Burgundy stem quickly teases out magnificent and complex flavors. Very limited.
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