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2019 Ram's Gate Sonoma Coast Chardonnay (Previously $48) (Previously $48)
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94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Softly complex and beguiling in its creamy complexion, this coastal white is lovely and layered, with impressive acidity. Pear, anise and well-integrated oak highlight a lasting elegance. (VB)" (09/2021) 92 points Jeb Dunnuck: "The 2019 Sonoma Coast Chardonnay sports a vivid, lighter gold hue to go with lots of pear and bright citrus fruits supported by classic salty minerality, white flowers, and hints of green almonds. It's fresh, medium-bodied, and certainly a classy, delicious Chardonnay..." (07/2021)
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2009 Blagden "Monte Rosso Vineyard" Moon Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon (Elsewhere $80) (Elsewhere $80)
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A tiny 200 case production from a single block of Cabernet Sauvignon at Monte Rosso Vineyard. The block is planted to a heritage field selection "clone" of Cabernet Sauvignon thought to be unique to Monte Rosso, grafted onto 110R drought-resistent rootstock that is well suited to the intensly rocky, red volcanic soils. The wine is matured for 21 months in 50% new French oak.
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2018 Kenwood "Jack London Vineyard" Sonoma Mountain Red Blend (Elsewhere $30) (Elsewhere $30)
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90 points James Suckling: "A ripe red-fruited nose with notes of chocolate, bark and sage. Medium-to full-bodied with good salinity. Tight tannins carry sweet dark fruit and dried flowers." (01/2022) K&L Notes: A bold, powerful, mountain-grown red blend of 51% Merlot, 36% Zinfandel, 13% Syrah aged in French oak for 18 months.
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96 points Wine Advocate: "One-hundred percent Cabernet Sauvignon, the medium to deep garnet-purple colored 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon Monte Rosso Vineyards reveals loads of red and black currants layers intermingled with notes of black olives, camphor, iron ore and violets plus a hint of cigar box. Medium to full-bodied and displaying loads of wonderful red and black fruit layers, it has beautifully plush tannins and a long, perfumed finish. 220 cases produced. (LPB)" (10/2018) 94 points Vinous: "The 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon Monte Rosso Vineyard is a gorge...
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The Guadagni (Gwa-don-knee) Family first settled in Dry Creek Valley in the 1870s. The oldest vines on the ranch, still producing beautiful fruit to this day, were planted in 1906. Much of the rest of the ranch was planted in the 1940s and 1950s. This now fourth generation farming family have become renowned across the region for the quality of their old vine fruit. Iconic Zinfandel producer Ridge Vineyards has long produced a single vineyard designate wine for its mailing list from Guadagni Vineyard. Russian River stalwart Dehlinger even made very rare ...
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2019 Calling Card Sonoma Coast Chardonnay (Elsewhere $30) (Elsewhere $30)
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Composed of 100% Chardonnay — Dijon clones 2, 95, 76, and 96. Aged in 90% neutral French oak barrels and 10% stainless steel tank. The wine underwent partial malolactic fermentation and 4 months of bâtonnage.
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94 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Another fabulous Pinot, the 2017 Pinot Noir Occidental Hills comes from a mix of the Taylor Ridge, English Hill, and Stuller vineyards and saw 30% stems and 22 months in 30% new French oak. Complex notes of blackberries, cherries, brambly herbs, and blood orange as well as a hint of earth give way to a medium-bodied, beautifully balanced Pinot Noir that has light tannins and the class to evolve for 8-10 years." (01/2021) 91 points Wine Spectator: "A focused, savory version, with dried cherry and berry flavors that are filled wit...
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2021 Ordaz Family Wines "Vintage Red" Moon Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon (Previously $40) (Previously $40)
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Ordaz Family Wines is dedicated to single-vineyard production. The Cabernet vines for this bottling are from the dry-farmed Montecillo Vineyard, planted in 1970, just south of Kenwood. The winery notes: "It consistently produces wonderfully dark, almost blueberry like fruit. With cool mornings that lead to hot afternoons, we take extra care to manage the canopy for optimal flavors, while protecting the fruit from too much sun exposure that can wreck havoc during the early stages of berry formation and subsequent ripening."
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From the chilly Petaluma Gap appellation, this is a juicy and lighter-weight Syrah fermented and aged in neutral French oak.
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2019 Keller Estate "Casa" Sonoma Coast Chardonnay (Elsewhere $30) (Elsewhere $30)
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Sourced entirely from Keller's estate vineyards (La Cruz and El Coro) from the cool, breezy Petaluma Gap appellation within the Sonoma Coast. Keller's 2019 Casa is a high-value Chardonnay that offers up a lot to love. Well-balanced and bright (like all of Keller's critically-acclaimed wines), this is a California standout. According to the winery, "This sunny chardonnay drips with vibrant flavors of green apple and luscious pear that shine through with a perfect touch of oak– this is one’s all about fresh fruit and refreshing crispness and balance."
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95 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Coming all from the Funsten Ranch in the Dry Creek Valley and 100% Zinfandel, the 2021 Zinfandel East Bench has a rich, more subtle style in its aromatics, with ripe plum, cigar, spice, and earthy nuances, and it certainly plays in the darker, red and black-fruited end of the spectrum. These all carry over to the palate, where the wine is medium to full-bodied, has a deep, expansive, concentrated mouthfeel, velvety tannins, terrific mid-palate density, and a gorgeous finish. This richly textured, incredibly impressive Zinfandel ne...
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97 points Jeb Dunnuck: "I was pretty much blown away by the 2019 Sauvignon Blanc Ritchie Vineyard, one of the finest expressions of this variety coming out of California. Ripe melon, hints of mango, leafy herbs, and some earthy minerality define the nose, and it’s exotic and complex, with medium to full-bodied richness on the palate. Aged in 32% new French oak, this concentrated, layered Sauvignon has good acidity, flawless balance, and a great finish. I don’t know how long it will age, but it should keep nicely for at least 4-6 years, and I certainly wo...
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2021 Ridge Vineyards "Lytton Springs" Dry Creek Valley Zinfandel (Elsewhere $45) (Elsewhere $45)
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95 points Vinous: "The 2021 Lytton Springs is fabulous. Bright and vibrant to its core, the 2021 impresses with its poise. Readers will find a Lytton Springs that is very much in reserve, as opposed to the rest of the 2021s in this report, all of which are more approachable. Salivating acids and veins of tannin lend shape and persistence, but the 2021 needs time. Red cherry fruit, blood orange, rose petal and sage are some of the notes that linger on the close." 93 points Wine Spectator: "Robust and rustic, yet retains a sense of style, with deep blackb...
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From the exceptional 2017 vintage, Amapola Creek's vibrant Cabernet Sauvignon is rich and powerful with the structure to evolve gracefully in the cellar. It remains an exceptional value from a family-owned and -operated estate. According to the estate, "Spread along 600 to 1,000 vertical feet of a sun-washed western slope of the Mayacamas range, our 100+ acre Amapola Creek ranch borders the highly acclaimed Monte Rosso Vineyards. The red, basaltic volcanic soils we share with our esteemed next-door neighbor have yielded superb wine for well over the last...
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Jeb Dunnuck: "A deep but bright purple/ruby, the 2021 Zinfandel is flush with aromas of mixed berries, cracked pepper, and purple flowers. Ful-bodied, it’s lush with ripe fruit and has a rounded mouthfeel with a coating texture. Its ripe tannins and notes of black cherry, raspberry, and turned earth make it an approachable and juicy red to drink over the next couple of years. (AF)" (07/2023) Wine Enthusiast: "Ripe, grapey aromas and rich, raisiny flavors ride a sturdy texture of moderate tannins and full body in this powerful, robust wine. (JG)" (03/20...
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92 points Vinous: "The 2019 Courtship offers a bit more juiciness and immediacy than the flagship Cabernet, along with all of the energy and freshness of its sibling, all of which makes for a gorgeous wine that captures the essence of the house style and can be enjoyed with minimal cellaring. Crushed red berry fruit, spice, rose petal and a touch of new oak lend energy. Courtship is a very beautiful second wine, although that definition does not really do it full justice. (AG)" (01/2022) K&L Notes: 75% Cabernet Sauvignon, 13.5% Merlot, 6.5% Malbec, 3%...
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Planted in the 1980s in volcanic soils, Pickberry Vineyard spans 30 acres on the northeast slope of Sonoma Mountain. Tin Barn's Cabs are typically aged 22 months in 30% new French oak barrels, producing elegant wines with soft, approachable tannins.
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Wine & Spirits: "Warm fruit flavors saturate this wine with yellow-plum, Rainier-cherry and golden-raisin richness. It’s smoky, but not excessively oaked. Tame its warmth with a chill, to focus it on steamers simmered in wine." (10/2021)
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From the winery: "Kenwood Vineyards’ fourteenth Artist Series Cabernet Sauvignon release features "Pink Floating Leaves on Deer Pond," a photograph by Christopher Burkett of Oregon. For the first time Kenwood has selected a photograph to grace the Artist Series label. The grapes selected for the 1988 Artist Series are a blend of the finest small lots of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc. After harvest at optimum ripeness, vineyard lots were kept separate during fermentation in stainless steel and aged for two years in French oak barrels. The ...
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95 points Wine Enthusiast: "A dazzling estate-grown appellation offering, this wine pulls from the TBH Vineyard, a cool windy site farmed organically by the proprietors, the vines densely planted and the wine barrel-fermented to a refined texture. Gravenstein apple, ocean air and stony minerality give it a complex, elegant edginess of structure and sophistication." 93 points Vinous: "The 2018 Chardonnay (Sonoma Coast) is once again a stellar wine in this range. Apricot, tangerine, chamomile and light buttery notes all grace this super-expressive Chardon...
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