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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

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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94 points Wine Enthusiast: "For lovers of zesty, fresh and lithe Pinot Noir, this is a brand to watch intently. Tight and bright aromas of wild strawberry, tart plum and raspberry meet with sage, pepper and tree bark on the nose. The texturally engaging palate pops with cran-raspberry, peppercorn and juniper flavors. *Editors’ Choice* (MK)" (04/2021)
Price: $29.95

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

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

2019 Reeve "Ya Moon - Vecino Vineyard" Potter Valley Mendocino Pinot Noir
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Vecino is a small vineyard in Potter Valley. The vines are farmed biodynamically. The winemaking for "Ya Moon" is largely carbonic maceration creating a lifted, highly aromatic style of Pinot Noir. Whilst this wine maybe light in color and weight, it is big on flavor!
Price: $29.95

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

94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Pure, focused and vibrant fruit flavors at the core of this elegant, superbly balanced wine give it a rare vibrancy and power. Delicious, tangy red and black cherry mingle with light cinnamon and ginger accents on a nicely firm palate of fine-grained tannins and fresh acidity. Best from 2025. *Cellar Selection* (JG) " (04/2021)
Price: $29.95

95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2019 Pinot Noir Freestone-Occidental has a medium ruby-purple color and pure, fragrant cranberry sauce, rhubarb, orange peel, dried flowers, saline and underbrush on the nose. The light-bodied palate is classically coastal with crisp, tangy red fruits layered with earth and saline, and a long, ethereal finish. (EB)" (06/2021) 94 points Vinous: "The 2019 Pinot Noir (Freestone Occidental) is a blend of mostly young vines from Running Fence, Bodega Ridge plus a bit of Bodega Headlands. Delicate and elegant, wi...
Price: $64.99

Founded in 2010, Rickshaw is committed to sourcing grapes from a diversity of California appellations and producing wines without "heavy handed tricks in the cellar" that over deliver in every possible way.
Price: $11.95

95 points Wine Spectator: "Powerful and rich-tasting, with concentrated dark berry and fruit flavors that are backed by fresh acidity and tannins. Minerally midpalate, with well-knit spiciness and forest floor notes lingering on the suave finish. (KM)" (06/2021)
Price: $54.95

93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Very light in the glass, this bottling explodes with aroma on the nose, delivering scents of thyme and bay leaf as well as plump raspberry and alpine strawberry. That wild forest element is redolent on the palate, where more bay, sagebrush and fennel flavors meet with black raspberry and, on the finish, a hint of damp soil. (MK)" (05/2021) 91 points Wine & Spirits: "This wine has a savory, foresty feel to its youthful flavors. It's all spiced plum and pine tips in the aroma, but becomes more complex with air, the spixe, lik...
Price: $29.95

2019 Tatomer Santa Barbara County Pinot Noir
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95 points Wine Enthusiast: "This countywide blend delivers tantalizing aromas of lightly poached cherry, hibiscus and wild sagebrush. The superfresh palate snaps with sizzling acidity and zesty red-fruit flavors that rush in and then hold tight into the finish, where an accent of tarragon adds nuance. *Editors’ Choice* (MK)" (03/2021)
Price: $29.95

93 points James Suckling: "This appellation blend has a combination of four sites and delivers vibrant,crushed-rose perfume and a wealth of red cherries and sliced strawberries. Some tarry, savory notes, too. Very plush, attractively fresh feel to the palate, which has complexity and a wealth of ripe, concentrated fruit. Depth and richness is a hallmark of the vintage." (01/2020) 92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Medium ruby in color, the 2018 Pinot Noir Old Eight Cut offers bright raspberry fruit with notes of charcuterie, dried citrus peel, d...
Price: $29.95

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 Connoisseurs Guide: "It may not come with single-site designation but that should in no way be seen as somehow signaling that this is a lesser wine as it possesses terrific fruity volume, definition and depth. It is slightly plush in texture yet displays excellent balance and fruity resiliency with fine-grained tannins for just the right bit of grip, and, while it is the one of its family we would reach for drinking first, it is a Pinot that will do nothing but get better with age. Four or five years of additional time on the cork should see it...
Price: $44.95

Connoisseurs Guide: "Its early flirtations with richness and roundness notwithstanding, this medium-full-bodied effort does taper a bit from mid-palate to finish and earns commendation as much for its lively balance as for its clean, slightly quiet but continuous fruit. We would pair this wine with meatier fish or roast chickens and avoid service with heartier or savory dishes." (06/2021) 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 pomeg...
Price: $24.95

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

The three winemakers behind Anthill Farms met while working at Williams Selyem two decades ago. They've since gained a reputation for making delicious site- and vintage-driven wines made in the most hands-off way possible. The Sonoma Coast bottling is an excellent example of their appellation level wines.
Price: $29.95

96 points Wine Enthusiast: "Quite light in the glass, this exciting bottling offers pronounced aromas of thyme, juniper and green peppercorn, with just the right amount of crisp red fruit. The taut and fresh flavors of cranberry and pomegranate are wrapped in tea leaves and pine needles on the engaging palate. (MK)" (04/2021)
Price: $49.95

Winery notes: Drake Whitcraft took over the family winery in 2007 (the winery was founded two decades before, in 1985 by his parents, Chris and Kathleen). His goal was to make balanced Central Coast wine of purity, honesty, and finesse. He grew up within the culture of wine and California winemaking. He was perpetually under the tutelage of both father Chris and friend Burt Williams, founder of the legendary Williams-Selyem winery in Sonoma. Drake is vinifying with the same old school techniques his dad used (hand-harvesting, foot-pressing etc, no added ...
Price: $34.99

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

96 points Wine Enthusiast: "Rose petal and mint accents merge with deep, concentrated black-fruit flavors in this medium- to full-bodied wine that is laced with velvety, fine-grained tannins. It combines superb balance with layers of fruit and subtle spices for a very compelling palate. *Cellar Selection* (JG)" (06/2021) K&L Notes: "Fog Eater" is an Anderson Valley colloquialism referring to coastal dwellers, people blanketed by the fog that settles over the valley off the Pacific.
Price: $44.95

93 points Wine Spectator: "Elegant and powerfully structured, offering intensely fresh raspberry tart and cherry flavors. There's a minerally snap midpalate, with a long finish that is filled with savory richness and hints of hot stone. (KM)" (05/2021) 92 points Connoisseurs Guide: "Very much in the Roar fold, yet a bit more transparent than its meatier, slightly fuller mates and showing a dusty rose veneer to its complement of fresh, optimally ripened cherries, the 2019 Garys’ Vineyard bottling is a deep, exceptionally well-balanced Pinot that, while ...
Price: $64.95

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

91 points Wine Enthusiast: "With an opening of rich, robust toasted oak and a length of seductive raspberry, cherry and marshmallow, this wine finds its balance on the midpalate, complementing those richer tones with earthy dried herb, forest floor and a hint of cola. It offers length and breadth with bright, underlying acidity. (VB)" (04/2021) K&L Notes: Keltom Roots winemaker, Brycen Hill's day job is Vineyard Operations Manager for Paul Hobbs / CrossBarn. So I think it's safe to say he's got his finger on the pulse and access to some of the very bes...
Price: $34.95

95 points Wine Enthusiast: "Brick-black-raspberry-jam aromas are cut by pine needle, damp herbs and wet cement on the nose of this bottling. The palate packs fresh cranberry with seared orange-rind flavors, as hints of sage and pine linger into the finish. (MK)" (06/2021) K&L Notes: Winery notes: "Block M sits atop a sun-exposed and wind-swept mesa on the west side of our estate above several feet of botella clay soil that is planted to Dijonnaise clones 114 and 115. Clone 114 is known for its lush and tender texture, while the more widely known 115 de...
Price: $59.99

Over the past two decades, Kosta Browne has risen to prominence among California Pinot enthusiasts as a premier source for boutique, single-vineyard bottlings of extraordinary purity and luxurious complexity. A number of vineyard sources go into this bottling, the famed Gap's Crown, one of them. From the winery: "The vineyards we source from lie in both the southern portion of the appellation and in the northern true coastal zone. Together, they form a singular wine that is distinctly Sonoma Coast, dense, powerful, and with notes of blue fruit. In the so...
Price: $99.95

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

Price: $49.95

91 points Vinous: "The 2019 Pinot Noir Estate is a very pretty, delicate wine. Lifted aromatics, bright red berry fruit and mid-weight structure make for a tasty, Russian River Pinot that will drink well right out of the gate. This is an especially floral, silky style. A dollop of whole clusters (12%) is not especially evident. (AG)" (01/2021)
Price: $89.95

Cristom Vineyards is one of the pioneering estates of the Eola-Amity Hills AVA, playing a major part in its establishment by producing singularly expressive Pinot Noirs from their various estate blocks.
Price: $29.95

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

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