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2019 Kalinda Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir
Top Pick!
This wine comes from one of the more renowned Pinot Noir producers in Northern California. Really! But, we offer this beauty at a price much lower than what you’d pay at the winery, as for decades now, our Kalinda private label has been providing K&L customers with awesome wines at a fraction of what they'd normally pay under the producers' mainstay labels. Naturally, no producer wants their wines on the market for less than what they'd usually sell for, so the trade-off is anonymity.
Price: $16.99

92 points James Suckling: "Crushed-strawberry, cherry, lemon-zest, button-mushroom and cedar aromas. It’s medium-bodied with silky tannins and bright acidity. Bright, pure-fruit layers lead to an energetic finish." (02/2021) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Medium ruby-purple colored, the 2019 Pinot Noir Olema rolls easily out of the glass with notes of raspberry pie, warm cranberries and pomegranate plus hints of roses and Darjeeling tea. Medium to full-bodied, the palate is packed with juicy red fruit flavors and floral sparks, offering a plush textur...
Price: $19.95

Field Recordings is a small winery in Paso Robles that was started by Andrew Jones, who began his wine journey as a nursery vine grower and has stepped foot in nearly all the vineyards on the Central Coast of California. All his vineyard expertise is translated into his bottled wine, Field Recordings and Wonderwall (and also wine-in-a-can under the labels Alloy Wine Works and Fiction). The Wonderwall house winemaking style features limited stem inclusion to add spice and bring out the fruit. The grapes are picked right before the peak of ripeness, not ...
Price: $18.99
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2019 Martin Ray Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir
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94 points James Suckling: "Aromas of crushed raspberries, brambleberries, violets, orange zest and dried herbs. It’s medium-to full-bodied with sleek, fine tannins. Wonderfully bright, succulent and flavorful with mineral and saline hints on the finish. Delicious." (02/2021)
Price: $16.95

2019 Chamisal San Luis Obispo County Pinot Noir
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94 points Wine Enthusiast: "This fairly priced countywide blend offers elegant aromas of lavender, rose petal, tart cranberry skin, pomegranate and mint. Flavors of raspberry and more pomegranate grace the palate, with light touches of flowers, licorice and gamy meat completing the experience. *Editors’ Choice* (MK)" (01/2021)
Price: $19.95

A great introduction to the wines of Ken Wright, the Willamette Valley blend combines fruit from the multitude of fantastic vineyards that the winery sources fruit from, typically including Abbot Claim, Canary Hill, Carter, Freedom Hill, Guadalupe, McCrone, Meredith Mitchell, Nysa, and Savoya.
Price: $24.95


91 points Wine Enthusiast: "Pure and expressive, this wine is more than just fruity, adding enticing black-tea and forest-floor notes to its tasty cherry and rhubarb core. Medium to full bodied, it offers fine-grained tannins to firm up the texture. This is the third excellent vintage in a row for this remarkable value wine. *Best Buy* (JG)" (09/2020) K&L Notes: The Pinot Project began in 2009 with a vision: a wine for the palate, the pocket, and the people. Renowned wine importer Michael Skurnik called on his experiences in the vineyards and cellars o...
Price: $11.95

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2019 Pinot Noir Vino de los Ranchos has a pale ruby-purple color and a nose of blackberries, rhubarb, licorice and cola with notes of autumn leaves and dried herbs. The medium-bodied, silky-textured palate offers a great dichotomy of bright fruits and earthy nuances, finishing lifted, long and nuanced. (EB)" (10/2020) 93 points Wine & Spirits: "A blend of Central Coast Pinot sources—Rancho Sisquoc, Rancho Ontiveros, and Bien Nacido vineyards—this wine feels cool and green, with a red-berry scent and herbal ...
Price: $24.95


Broadley Vineyards is a family owned and operated winery & vineyard. Craig and Claudia founded the business in 1981 and began planting the estate vineyard when their son Morgan was 11 years old. Morgan and his wife Jessica are now the second generation at Broadley Vineyards, their two daughters; Olivia and Savanna also contribute to the family business. Craig & Claudia moved to Oregon from California in the 1970s with a dream to plant their own vineyard and a zeal to make exceptional Pinot Noir. They found a warm site in a cool climate and called Monroe,...
Price: $17.95



Hahn is one of the most well-established sources for high-quality yet value-driven Central Coast wines. With long-term vineyard contracts and excellent estate vineyards, they're able to source a volume of high quality fruit that allows them to produce wonderful, regionally indicative wines for incredible prices. The Monterey County Pinot Noir is a perfect example of this nexus of character and value. It's got all the classic, sprightly red fruit and spicy nuances that you're looking for in a solid California Pinot, at a rocking price.
Price: $11.95


91 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Beautiful cherry and strawberry fruits as well as spice, flowers, and sandalwood emerge from the 2019 Pinot Noir, a medium-bodied, seamless Pinot Noir from this label that will drink nicely for 3-5 years. It has classic Pinot Noir elegance and complexity as well as California fruit." (07/2021) Wine Enthusiast: "Baked red-cherry aromas meet with vanilla and slight tar tones on the nose of this bottling. The fruit pops more on the palate, offering sharp pomegranate and ripe raspberry, surrounded by a penetrating acidity. (MK)" (06...
Price: $24.95


2019 Evolution (Sokol Blosser) Willamette Valley Pinot Noir
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92 points James Suckling: "Aromas of cherries, berries, fresh flowers, mushrooms and sweet spices. Medium-bodied with plush tannins and fresh acidity. Wonderfully juicy, fresh and transparent. " (07/2021) K&L Notes: Yet again, Evolution from Sokol Blosser is an astoundingly good value in Pinot Noir that's hard to beat under $20. The 2018 was one of our very best-selling wines of the year, and the 2019 is every bit as delicious. (Ryan Woodhouse, K&L Domestic Wine buyer)
Price: $14.95

From the sure-to-be-a-hit 2019 vintage and the stalwart Au Bon Climate. Winery notes: "Strawberries and blackberries aromas slowly rise out of the glass. Overtime, more of the anise and clove will mix with these other aromas. Currently, the wine is young with mouth filling intensity and suppleness. Complexity will increase as the wine ages, but this wine should stay “fresh” for 6 or 7 years. Like all Au Bon Climat wines, this is a food wine. In its youth, match this wine with lamb or dried meats. After a few years, as the flavors coalesce, it will pair b...
Price: $22.95

92 points Wine Spectator: "Rich and toasty, with hints of cedar bark to the dried red fruit and berry flavors that are well-knit. The creamy finish is long and plush, with accents of hot stone and cooking spices. (KM)" (06/2021)
Price: $17.95

One of Oregon's most exciting projects in the past 10 years, Averaen produces a wide range of single-vineyard and appellation wines in the Willamette Valley.
Price: $19.95


Antonio Galloni writes: "After a few first years that were, frankly, underwhelming, the Pence wines are now truly interesting. I was deeply impressed both with what I tasted, and with a commitment to truly understanding what this site is capable of in the future being led by Owner Blair Pence, Winemaker John Faulkner and General Manager Stephen Janes. I have no doubt the best is yet to come."
Price: $19.99


One of the original pioneers of the Eola-Amity Hills AVA in Oregon's Willamette Valley, Evesham Wood has an established history of excellence that has now spanned two families of owners. Winery notes: "Zesty, powerful, yet beautifully balanced, welcome to the 2018 vintage. Black and red fruits, slight creaminess with bright acid and some chewy tannins. This is always one of our favorite wines to produce as the techniques are all old-school and the wines are very representative of our region and winemaking."
Price: $19.95

The Bishop's Peak wines from Talley Vineyards have long provided us with some of the best values in all of California. Authentic, well made wines that always over-deliver on price. (Ryan Woodhouse - K&L Domestic Wine Buyer)
Price: $15.95

92 points Wine Enthusiast: "The rocky minerality aspect takes center stage in this appellation blend, beginning with wet soil and gravel aromas as well as light cherry and strawberry on the nose. That leads to a tightly woven palate, where the earthy aspects open slowly to reveal pomegranate and oregano flavors. (MK)" (04/2021)
Price: $24.95

Brooks has been a very popular Oregon Pinot Noir producer for K&L since the 2005 vintage. Over the years, the quality of this wine has been growing from strength to strength. (They also reportedly produce more Riesling wines than any winery in the US. Which might—or, should—tell you something about their attention to nuance and quality in their wines!)
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91 points James Suckling: "Notes of cherries, redcurrants, flowers and baking spices on the nose. It’s full-bodied with plush tannins. Round and creamy. Rich and full with a caressing texture and a flavorful finish. " (06/2021)
Price: $15.95

An exceptional value in Pinot Noir that combines all estate fruit from Alfaro's home block with newly aquired estate vineyard, Trout Gulch! Yes, Trout Gulch Vineyard, the same fruit you'll find in bottles from Ceritas and Arnot Roberts for $50-$70. (Ryan Woodhouse - K&L Wines Domestic Wine Buyer)
Price: $19.95

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