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93 points Whisky Advocate: "#2 WHISKEY OF THE YEAR, 2020. Until now, most Knob Creek has been bottled at 9 years of age or younger for good reason: There’s no guarantee that bourbon will taste good after a dozen years in the barrel—let alone great. This one is richly complex from the start: York Peppermint Pattie, raisins, baking spice, dark chocolate-covered cherries, iced tea, and tobacco barn appear on the nose, followed by a chewy, full palate laden with cinnamon, allspice, and ginger, and perfectly balanced with sweet berry cobbler, chocolate ganach...
Price: $64.99

Wine & Spirits: "A new year can hardly pass without another radiant offering from Lance Winters and Alameda-based St. George Spirits. Bruto Americano is an American aperitivo, bittered largely with gentian root, while California-grown Seville oranges and buckthorn bark provide orange and woodsy notes. The flavor may recall Campari (with a hint of Aperol citrus)—as does the color, a lush vermillion derived from cochineal, as Campari used to be—but the soothing texture and complexity puts it in a category of its own. BA’s gorgeous Italian futurist label sh...
Price: $27.99

Heidrun is a meadery in Point Reyes Station that specializes in dry and crisp sparkling meads produced from single-varietal flower honeys. All of their meads are produced in a Champagne method--complete with riddling, disgorgement, and secondary fermentation--and are serious, Champagne-inspired sparklers with delicious honey flavors. The Hawaiian Lehua Blossom is a gorgeous mead with a peach and white flower nose and crisp apple and pear flavors. Very dry, very delicious, and with a very long finish.
Price: $34.99

Goldeneye in Anderson Valley has long been considered one of the benchmark producers of the region. Their Pinot Noirs have been consistent best sellers here at K&L for at least a decade. When we were offered some of their vintage Brut Rosé, a wine typically reserved for winery direct purchase, we jumped at the chance and weren't disappointed! Winemaker's Notes: "Anderson Valley has earned acclaim for the complexity and distinctiveness of its sparkling wines. Made from our very best blocks of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, our vibrant and alluring Goldeneye B...
Price: $49.95

91 points Wine Enthusiast: "A well-rounded, supple texture surrounds attractive toast and nut flavors in this suave and mouthfilling wine. Notes of biscuit, peach and toasted bread give it a nice sense of maturity and complexity. (JG)" (12/2020) 90 points Wine Spectator: "Vibrant and steely, with lemon, apple, creamy and toasted spice flavors, leading to a spirited finish. (TF)" (08/2019) 90 points Wine & Spirits: "A fresh new release from Scharffenberger, Roederer Estate’s sister winery in Anderson Valley, this feels clean and sunny, with green melo...
Price: $19.95

Wine Spectator: "Lively, with light-bodied cherry, spice and lemon flavors. Drink now. (TF)" (12/2019) K&L Notes: In 1984, Gilbert Gruet of the French Champagne house Gruet & Fils made a bold choice to plant Chardonnay and Pinot Noir near Albuquerque, New Mexico. Vineyards planted high up at 4,300 feet meant cool nights for his "experiment" and a long growing season. In 1987 he finally was able to achieve his first production using the traditional French methode champenoise, and the rest is history. Awards: Los Angeles International Wine Competition,...
Price: $17.99


A wine that Robert Parker has called "a consistent, big-time winner in the value sweepstakes," the Pine Ridge Chenin Blanc-Viognier blend is a wine you can count on....and now it comes with bubbles!!!
Price: $15.95


Winery notes: ‘Tradition’ Rosé is produced from primarily Pinot Noir (68%) with Chardonnay making up the difference in the blend. Sourced from Rorick Heritage Vyd in the Sierra Nevada Foothills, Alder Springs in Mendocino, Keefer Ranch in Sonoma and Linda Vista in Napa--this new traditional method wine from Michael Cruse is a complete expression of California bubbly. Pressed in traditional Champagne cycle. Vineyards fermented separately in neutral barrel w/ native yeasts. 2 yrs on lees. 6 g/L dosage (565 cases produced)
Price: $59.99

For decades, Schramsberg has been arguably America's best producer of sparkling wines. Sourcing fruit from multiple sites throughout California, they have achieved a consistency of style that delivers the goods, even as their wines are single vintage bottlings. Fruit from Anderson Valley, Sonoma, Mendocino, and Marin all comprise this blend, with each region contributing the character of this classic American sparkler.
Price: $34.95

94 points Wine Enthusiast: "This inaugural release is stunning and incredibly impressive - a wine well worth stocking up on for the price and quality. A beautiful jasmine aroma leads to marzipan, peach and cherry flavors as lively acidity envelopes the palate. It's a blend of 80% Chardonnay and 20% Pinot Noir. *Ranked #5, Enthusiast Top 100 of 2020, Editors' Choice* (VB)" (08/2020) 90 points Wine Spectator: "Creamy and vibrant, with apple and snappy strawberry flavors that offer a dash of brioche on the finish. (TF)" (10/2020) K&L Notes: Varietal Com...
Price: $17.95


Winery Notes: "The NV Spark is a blend of 55% Pinot Noir, 37% Chasselas Doré and 8% Pinot Blanc, from 31-year-old vines. It is an "ultra brut," although this particular bottling is made using forced carbonation instead of méthode Champenois. Medium to deep cherry-pink in color, it has aromas of cantaloupe, strawberries, raspberries and lemon peel with notes of stone and toast. The palate is dry with citrus and red berry flavors, spritely mousse and a refreshing, mineral-driven finish."
Price: $29.95


93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The current release of the NV Estate Brut is made up mainly of fruit from the 2015 vintage. It is a blend of 60% Chardonnay and 40% Pinot Noir and was made with about ten grams per liter dosage. Disgorged in October of 2018, it has a fresh, open nose with pure fruit expression: crushed apples, pears and lemon peel mingle with touches of stone, flowers and toast. The medium-bodied palate offers a lovely dichotomy of toasty fruits with uplifted citrusy, minerally accents with a finely beaded mousse, and it finishes...
Price: $24.95


91 points Connoisseurs Guide: "Here is an exceptionally well-focused Rosé that, while deftly infused with a keen streak of yeasty richness, conveys continuous, fresh cherry fruit from start to finish and comes up a winner for its lively balance and its lovely finesse. It is long on effusive, very fine bubbles that simply refuse to quit and shows no small degree of complexity in a mannerly, neatly measured mix that, at every turn, is marked by exacting champenization, and it is wholly free of the vinous astringency to which some Rosés are prone. *Two Star...
Price: $36.95

A particularly rare California sparkling wine produced by Don Baumhefner who had been inspired by late disgorged Bollinger to let his wines rest "en tirage" for years. The San Francisco Chronicle's Esther Mobley fell in love with Baumhefner's 1992 and was excited to report in December 2017 that he had released another wine he discovered in Lake County that had come from a vineyard in Carneros. Mobley writes: "The 2010 Blanc de Blancs smells heady, wafting sweet bread dough. It’s rich, nutty and creamy, and more direct than Baumhefner’s 1990 and 1992 vint...
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Michael Cruse followed up his Champagne-inspired sparkling wine project, Ultramarine, established in 2008 with the creation of Cruse Wine Co. in 2013. Cruse Wine Co. was an opportunity for Michael to showcase fruit driven and satisfying wines that were fresh and pleasurable, but still remained serious at the same time. The roots of the North Coast run deep with Michael, so he chose to focus on sites within Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino and Contra Costa Counties to create these special wines. The one thing he didn’t want to do was to create another Pinot Noir ...
Price: $38.99

For decades, Schramsberg has been arguably America's best producer of sparkling wines. Sourcing Pinot Noir fruit from multiple sites throughout California, they have achieved a consistency of style that delivers the goods, even as their wines are single vintage bottlings. Fruit from Anderson Valley, Sonoma, Mendocino, and Marin all comprise this blend, with each region contributing the character of this classic American sparkler.
Price: $34.95


Winery Notes: " After our wine completes 12-month en tirage (aging on the lees), a traditional dosage of liqueur d?expedition is added for balance and complexity. The base wine blend contains 24% reserve wines (from a perpetual reserve). This Méthode Traditionnelle Brut exhibits attractive notes of golden delicious apple and citrus blossom. Fresh and zesty on the entry, the enduring bubbles release fragrant toasted brioche and roasted almond. A creamy finish completes the profile of this elegant blend. 56% Pinot Noir, 44% Chardonnay. 9 g/L dosage."
Price: $19.95


An aggressively hopped Saison loaded with Galaxy hops and fermented with a house Saison culture. The Seer is then aged 3 months in one of our oak foudres with Brett.
Price: $16.99

Pale and aromatic, with a soft minerality, Witchfinder is a refreshing young saison, brewed with pilsner malt and wheat, and fermented with a mixed culture of saison strains. Hopped with Saaz and Amarillo, this farmhouse style beer is full of floral and citrus hop notes, and juicy fruit esters.
Price: $18.99

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The current release of the NV Brut Rosé is made up mainly of fruit from the 2015 vintage and is a blend of 55% Pinot Noir and 45% Chardonnay. It was made with about nine grams per liter dosage and was disgorged in March of 2019. Pale salmon-pink in color, it has a lively nose of red berries, crushed stone, musk melon, floral hints and citrus peel and a bright and fresh palate with loads of perfumed red berries and energetic mousse, finishing long and uplifted. (EB)" (09/2020) 91 points Wine & Spirits: "There’s ...


90 points Wine Spectator: "This sleek sparkler is expressive for its floral apple and toasty cinnamon aromas and crisp, layered flavors of lime and mineral. (TF)" (12/2016) K&L Notes: New Mexico may not be the first place that comes to mind when you think of sparkling wine, but we expect you'll agree that Gruet is on a par with some of the best-known names in domestic sparkling wine at this value. In 1984, Gilbert Gruet of the French Champagne house Gruet & Fils made a bold choice to plant Chardonnay and Pinot Noir near Albuquerque, New Mexico. High vi...
Price: $16.95

This unique and stylish twist on Sauvignon Blanc has a core of racy crispness driven by lively acidity, accented with lemon-lime aromas (no cat-grass - no worries) and citrus-passion fruit flavors. This medley of deliciousness accumulates to form a light, yet flavor-intense festive palate experience...There are also bubbles, lots and lots of tiny-tiny bubbles.
Price: $18.95



90 points Wine Enthusiast: "Flavorful and polished, this supple wine blends subtle apple and pear notes with buttery, creamy accents. It is rich in character and softly framed by fine bubbles and elegant acidity, with a hint of sweetness on the finish. (JG)" (04/2019) K&L Notes: J Vineyards has been crafting wine since 1986. This is the first release of the "California Cuvée," made from grapes grown in cool-climate locations throughout California, including the Russian River Valley, Santa Lucia Highlands, and Mendocino County. A blend of Chardonnay, Pi...
Price: $19.95

92 points Wine Enthusiast: "From estate-grown Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, this sparkler is dry, nutty and spicy, with a creaminess of brioche and baked apple. In the glass it evolves to show high-toned acidity and a freshness of citrus, with grainy texture adding to its complexity. (VB)" (12/2018) 92 points Wine Spectator: "Refined and vibrant, with strawberry blossom, peach and spicy cinnamon flavors that take on richness on the long finish. (TF) " (07/2019) 90 points Connoisseurs Guide: "Fresh and moderately yeasty with a narrow line of lightly cher...
Price: $34.95

Winery Notes: "Black Girl Magic Wines Sparkling Brut, a blend of predominately Chenin Blanc and Chardonnay. This wine is beautifully aromatic and refreshing with the perfect balance of lush fruit and delicate tart bubbles. There's lovely pineapple, melon and floral aromas on the nose with ripe pear, crisp apple, and white peach on the palate."
Price: $24.95

Though smaller than Napa Valley's big sparkling wine producers, many of them founded by famed Champagne houses, Iron Horse, located in the cool climate countryside of west Sonoma County, is recognized as one of the select among top American producers of traditional method sparkling wine. They just have that certain...je ne sais quoi. This aptly named Pinot Noir-based sparkler is popularly served at wedding celebrations—but it's not just for large crowds anymore! And has also "married" ridiculously well with humbler occasions like a Tuesday night entrée o...
Price: $34.95

92 points Connoisseurs Guide: "Finding a place at the lighter end of the Rosé spectrum and, in fact, a wine that could easily pass for a Blanc de Noirs, this lightly yeasty version fixes on energetic, slightly juicy, young fruit as its main motif. It is briskly balanced, but its ample acidity enlivens without ever once seeming sharp, and it is wholly free of the astringency that marks its more vinous mates. *Two Stars*" (11/2015) 92 points James Suckling: "A lovely, flavorful rosé with sliced peaches and strawberries. Medium to full body. Very bright a...

91 points Wine Spectator: "Sleek and vibrant, featuring floral and multilayered strawberry and apple flavors, laced with graham cracker and toasted nut notes. (TF) " (12/2019) Connoisseurs Guide: "One of the nice surprises in this month's survey of new sparkling wines, this well-composed offering shows a good sense of fruity depth and displays fine champenized precision with a full and frothy mousse, defined yeast and energy to spare. It notably outperforms Schramsberg's Mirabelle Brut in this outing and is, all in all, an eminently likable bubbly that...
Price: $24.99


Whisky Advocate: "Some bourbons are balanced or complex; this is an all-around versatile pour with initial notes of lightly toasted oak, brown sugar, and butterscotch. A fun maltiness, concentrated caramel, and slight hints of cinnamon and watermelon Juicy Fruit hammer home its sipping potential, but its short to medium finish suggests that it’s more suited for cocktails. But hey, why not both? (FM, Fall 2017)" Wine Enthusiast: "The opening aroma is grainy and corn-like, with background touches of paraffin and walnut butter; aeration stimulates green pe...
Price: $15.99

Planet Oregon is an environmentally focused brand produced by Soter, one of Oregon's most celebrated wineries. Fruit for this sparkler is 100% certified organic Willamette Valley Pinot Noir. The grapes are whole-cluster pressed, drawing just a hint of pink color from the skins. The dosage is a minimal 4g/L, keeping the wine very dry and crisp with zesty acidity. A portion of profits from Planet Oregon wines goes to the Oregon Environmental Council, so you can feel even better about pouring yourself another glass of popping another bottle!
Price: $19.95

93 points Wine Enthusiast: "This elegant and plush wine is compelling from the first whiff of brioche through creamy, baking-spice flavors to a lingering delicate finish. A luxurious mouthfeel, good balance between crispness and ripeness and a profusion of flavor make it rival the quality of the parent brand, Schramsberg. (JG)" (09/2019) 90 points Wine Spectator: "Alluring and nuanced, with expressive pear, brioche and caramelized hazelnut flavors that finish on a rich, polished note. (TF)" (11/2019) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The NV Mirabelle B...
Price: $24.99

96 points Decanter: "Beautifully harmonious with intriguing layers of quince, oyster shell, citrus, plum and lime peel. A dry, soft mousse which to be enjoyed now or within the next few years." (05/2019) 91 points Wine Enthusiast: "Broadly defined in honeysuckle, peach, brioche and moderate acidity, this is a crowd-pleasing and immensely likable sparkling wine. The finish lingers on a deep, nutty tone. (VB)" (11/2018) K&L Notes: A splashy Brut created to celebrate J's 20th anniversary, the J Cuvée 20 is an assemblage from the winery's best cool-clima...
Price: $29.95

90 points Connoisseurs Guide: "Just as it did in last year’s survey of sparkling wines, Scharffenberger’s Brut Rosé once again impresses with its fine combination of deep, slightly juicy, very well-stated fruit and integral autolysis. It is a deftly balanced wine with a steady, very long-lasting stream of tiny bubbles, and, although we continue to be happily surprised at the number of affordable sparklers that merit 'Good Value' recommendation, this wine’s buoyancy, intricate layering and careful crafting earns it an especially enthusiastic nod as nothin...
Price: $21.95

Mead made form honey sourced from an amateur beekeeper with hives in Novato. He had harvested honey only hours before we brewed this premium varietal is light in body, color and flavor with lovely effervescence and a delicate citric finish.
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Distilled by Buffalo Trace this is one of the greatest values in all of Kentucky. This is BT's mash bill #1 (same low rye mash bill as Buffalo Trace, Colonel Taylor, Stagg, and Eagle Rare, and Old Charter). The pedigree is impeccable and the price is almost too good to believe. It's at least 4 years old, making it the same age as whiskey legends like Jack Daniel's or Jim Beam, yet it has flown under the radar for years. At 9 bucks a bottle, it's a ringer for any tasting and deserves a spot at the table and on the bar.
Price: $8.99


92 points Wine Enthusiast: "Delicious but fiery, this nine-year-old small-batch Bourbon offers deep toffee aromatics and bold flavor. On the palate, look for relatively dry flavors: leather, cedar, dried orange peel. A splash of water softens the profile to bring out more vanilla, honey, even a touch of chocolate. (KN)" (09/2014) 90 points Whisky Advocate: "Knob was one of the first bourbons I had when I started taking whiskey seriously, and it’s still a kicker. No-nonsense, flint-hard nose: slickly-polished oak furniture, cinnamon stick, cracked rye, ...
Price: $24.99

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