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Wine Advocate: "A decent effort in this tough vintage for some of the Médoc wines, Lanessan’s 2012 has some nice suppleness to the tannin, cranberry and black cherry fruit, plum and blackcurrants. It is medium-bodied with earth, herbs and spice. Drink it over the next decade. (RP)" (04/2015) K&L Notes: * A very fruity and tasty style. Another great value from what Robert Parker calls a "consistent property that turns out wines that are often very close to classified-growth quality."
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90 points James Suckling: "Blackcurrants, cassis, blue flowers and licorice root on the nose. Full-bodied with ripe and broad tannins. Chewy and compact. Drink in 2025." (12/2022)
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Coralie Onde is from the winemaking family behind Domaine les Ondines, but opted to start her own project independent of her family estate in 2008. She formed Domaine de la Ganse in Vacqueyras when she purchased some terrific old vine fruit, also taking a small holding when the family estate was split. With close to nine hectares now, Coralie began the organic certification process and was officially certified in 2014. Her vines are aged from fifteen to fifty-five years and the soils are primarily chalky-clay with some galet (river stones).
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Helene Dragon's property lies in the shadow of the Montagne-Ste-Victoire, just east of Aix-en-Provence. Helene took over winemaking duties over two decades ago and masterfully crafts one of our freshest and most sought after rosés year-after-year. The vines are planted at 300 meters over decomposing limestone and clay, the most desirable in the region.
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"My name is Sophie Guiraudon and I am a winemaker since ZERO generation!," says Sophie proudly. Sophie was working in other peoples' wineries in southern France for years. In 2000, Sophie started her own biodynamic, organic winery. She wanted to grow grapes that her son could eat right off of the vines. The Terrassettes is typically a blend of 72% Carignan, 17% Syrah, 8% Grenache Noir, 3% Mourvèdre. While Carignan can sometimes produce a brooding, earthy wine, Sophie handles this varietal flawlessly. The wine is surprisingly delicate, medium-bodied and d...
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This outstanding brut zero is also a blanc de noir, composed of 70% Meunier and 30% Pinot Noir. This is totally dry, but not austere and shows off some of the pear and exoctic fruit of Meunier. A fabulous wine for a fish course, or even for sushi! -Gary Westby, K&L Champagne Buyer
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A new addition to the K&L inventory and to the Jura AOC as a whole, Patrick Ligeron's Domaine des Carlines is quickly making an impression not only on Jura geeks, but also on fans of terroir in general. The domaine vineyard holdings lie partly within the Château-Chalone sub-AOC, each one delivering its own particular expression of the Chardonnay and/or Savagnin grapes. The La Vouivre is a vineyard blend of the domaine's four named parcels - En Beaumont, Le Calvaire, En Lya, and Trémoulette. The composition is 70% Chardonnay and 30% Savagnin. All the wine...
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Joël Taluau is a fabulous grower in St. Nicolas de Bourgueil known for making some of the purest expressions of Cabernet Franc in the Loire, which are unmarred by the intrusion of oak. He was also the first producer in the appellation to begin domaine bottling. These days, Joel makes wines with the help of his son-in-law, Thierry Foltzenlogel.
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When Jean Noel Millon took over winemaking and farming at his family's estate in 1998, he represented the seventh generation to do so. The 10-hectare farm is certified organic and Millon complements the soil with herbal teas and homemade composts to strengthen the vines' natural defenses.
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This entirely estate grown champagne comes from just three miles north of the border with Burgundy in the legendary village of Les Riceys. It is 50% Pinot Noir and 50% Chardonnay, from the old vines on the Lamoureux property. From the ripe and clean 2018 harvest, this is an expressive champagne with an airy feel, and tons of minerality on the nearly saline back end. -Gary Westby, K&L Champagne Buyer
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Composed of Muscadet (Melon de Bourgogne), this wine was made to pair with sushi, shellfish, or roasted chicken. Moules Frites is a classic pairing!
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2020 Château de L'Ou "Secret de Schistes" Côtes Catalanes Blanc (Previously $30) (Previously $30)
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95 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Mostly Grenache Gris (past vintages have had a splash of Roussanne), the 2020 Côtes Catalanes Secret De Schistes Blanc is another brilliant white. Made in a richer, more concentrated style, it offers a great nose of white currants, orchard fruits, white flowers, chalky mineral, and green almond nuances in a medium to full-bodied, brilliantly textured, balanced white that brings both richness and freshness." (05/2022) K&L Notes: Séverine Bourrier came to winemaking through her own passion for the subject, not having the family hi...
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95 points Decanter: "Fresh, pronounced macerated fruit and floral aromas, lovely juicy and intense pure fruit expression, blackberry, cherries and plums. Silky superfine tannins, complex finish of heady blackberry and blueberry fruit and a delicate sweet spice and floral complexity. (DWWA 2021)" (07/2021) 91 points Wine Spectator: "This sinewy red shows character with supple tannins that surround flavors of black cherry and blackberry notes underpinned by details of mocha, anise and spice. Brooding but with lots of freshness. (GS)" (11/2021) 90 point...
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Agnes Cade, her daughter Eloise, and her father, Henri Gaussen, cultivate the 14 sunny hectares of Château de la Noblesse, an estate that has been in their family for generations. Produced from old vines (smaller grapes) on calcareous clay soils, the wine is composed of 95% Mourvèdre and 5% Grenache. Fermentation takes place in tank and the wine is aged on the skins for 30 days. The wine is then aged for 18 months in large oak foudre. The resulting wines are full and flavorful. When drunk young, the flavors of this wine are: Licorice, morello cherry and...
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The small appellation of Marcillac sits on the eastern edge of the region we know as the Sud-Ouest. Marcillac's main grape is Mansois (aka Fer Servadou and/or Braucol) and it must make up 80% of all appellation wines. Claudine Vinas and her husband Eric took over her family's farm in the 90s and have slowly expanded their holdings. Their vines are planted in the mostly iron-rich red clay-limestone soils in which this variety thrives. Costes Rouges has grown from 3 to 6 hectares since they assumed control and received organic certification in 2012. T...
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Château Lamouroux is the second label wine from the Graves estate Grand Enclos du Château de Cérons.
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1986 Domaine Séailles 34 Year Old Ténarèze Armagnac (700ml) (Previously $90) (Previously $90)
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This Armagnac, produced from a small estate plot, was distilled in 1986 and aged for 34 years in 400L barrels before being bottled at 46% ABV. From the importer: "Domaine Séailles is one of the pioneers of organic viticulture in the Côtes de Gascogne region of Southwest France. A family-owned estate since 1961, Séailles is now run by Jean Labérenne, who lead the domaine to Ecocert organic certification in 1997, swearing off all chemical fertilizers, herbicides, insecticides, and synthetic chemical products. Located in the town of Ténarèze, which is uniqu...
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The Bedouet family's history in the region dates back to the 1890s, when the estate was created by Henri Bedouet. His grandson, Michel, took possession and expanded the holdings when he assumed the reins in 1990. In 2010, he began the conversion to organic farming. Le Pallet is in the heart of the appellation and is one of the newly elevated Crus in the region. These are some of the oldest vines in Michel's holdings, planted on gneiss and mica-schist, farmed organically, hand harvested and aged for two years sur lie with an additional year in bottle be...
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2020 Domaine de Verquière Rasteau (Previously $17) (Previously $17)
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Thibaut Chamfort has taken the helm at this wonderful multi-generational estate property situated in the village of Sablet. Making wines from a variety of terroirs including Rasteau, Plan de Dieu, Vacqueyras, and of course Sablet, he uses organic practices and minimal intervention in his winemaking practices. Concrete tanks are used for fermentation and mix of tank and large foudre for elevage. Thibaut is making pure and decisive wines from the variety of his holdings. The Rasteau comes from the higher plots in Rasteau over a mix of marls and large pebb...
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2021 Baron Raquin Les Cépages "VSIG" Chardonnay Blanc (Previously $15) (Previously $15)
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Maison Raquin is a negociant based in Savigny-les-Beaunes. This 2021 release is 100% Chardonnay sourced from the Mâconnais region of Burgundy.
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2022 Domaine Tabordet Pouilly-Fumé (Previously $20) (Previously $20)
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Nestled in the village of Verdigny, Domain Tabordet is run by brothers Yvon and Pascal Tabordet, who took the reins back in 1981. When the two brothers first took over the estate it consisted of three hectares (7.4 acres) in Sancerre. By 1988 they had added another 4.5 hectares of Sancerre and another 12 hectares (29.7 acres) in neighboring Pouilly-Fumé, just across the Loire River. Wine growing in Pouilly-Fumé dates back to the fifth century when the Romans dominated the area. In 1937 it became an official Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée (AOC) of France...
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This organically grown blend consists of 70% Syrah, 15% Grenache Noir, and 15% Carignan.
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Established over 50 years ago, the 4th generation of the Denis family now runs this domaine. Julien is the winemaker, Stephane in charge of the viticulture, and Vincent oversees the administration and sales. Over the last few decades, the property has grown from 5 to 80 hectares that stretch across the appellation including some very select parcels in the Coteaux du Layon (home of one of the region's great dessert wines). The Anjou Blanc is grown on primarily schist soils and goes through its élevage in stainless and then some barrel aging. The introduc...
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Jancis Robinson: "Some pear-drop notes alongside rose hip. A supple palate with good freshness, red fruits and attractive energy as well. Nicely textured with good body weight but still a nice lick of energy beneath. 16/20 points (AC)" (10/2023) K&L Notes: Just across the Rhône river from the esteemed vineyards of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, this 88-acre estate is owned and operated by Rodolphe de Pins, a UC Davis graduate and former member of the winemaking staff at Domaine du Vieux Télégraphe. Montfaucon crafts their Côtes du Rhône to express the intense fr...
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Nestled in the village of Verdigny, Domain Tabordet is run by brothers Yvon and Pascal Tabordet, who took the reins back in 1981. When the two brothers first took over the estate it consisted of three hectares (7.4 acres) in Sancerre. By 1988 they had added another 4.5 hectares of Sancerre and another 12 hectares (29.7 acres) in neighboring Pouilly-Fumé, just across the Loire River. Wine growing in Pouilly-Fumé dates back to the fifth century when the Romans dominated the area. In 1937 it became an official Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée (AOC) of France...
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The sister property of Calon-Ségur, which was owned by the Gasqueton family from 1894 to 2012. The property is located east of Calon-Ségur in St-Estèphe on gravel and clay soils. The wines display classic St-Estèphe black fruit and minerality.
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Composed of Chenin Blanc sourced from vines that are organically grown on flinty clay and limestone soils with a vine age averaging 25 years. Fermented slowly at low temperatures and aged in stainless steel. Residual sugar is 4.5 g/L.
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The wines of this family domaine have been a staple here at K&L since the 1994 vintage when Franck and Betty Millet drove from Sancerre to Bordeaux (a long way) to meet Clyde and crew to present their wines. The wines were great even in that tough vintage, and the rest is history. We love these wines for their freshness, charm and affordability. They consistently make our best value Sancerre in the store, and their Menetou-Salon from just down the road bears all the hallmarks that made us fall in love with this domaine 25 years ago.
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Chante Cigale means singing cicada (a type of grasshopper/cricket), and the Cicada red is their early-drinking any day Grenache/Carignan blend. The property has been in the family since the 19th century and is currently run by Alexandre Favier who assumed the reins at the ripe old age of 20. The domaine is planted to 40 ha of red and 5 ha of white on 45 different parcels throughout the appellation.
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Domaine Roger Pabiot had been farming in the Loire Valley for centuries before the modern Pouilly Fumé region was born and their wines show a degree of care and excellence that only comes with time. From primarily limestone soils, the Coteau des Girarmes is lively with a distinctive mineral undertone and an excellent accompaniment to seafood and fresh cheeses.
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2021 Chateau de L'Ou "Infiniment" Chardonnay Côtes Catalanes Blanc (Previously $25) (Previously $25)
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93 points Jeb Dunnuck: "I believe all Chardonnay, the 2021 Côtes Catalanes Infiniment De L'Ou Blanc reveals a medium gold hue as well as a rich, perfumed, medium-bodied style in its ripe orchard and tangerine-like fruits as well as honeyed flower, toasted bread, and spice-driven aromas and flavors. Impeccably balanced on the palate, it has medium to full-bodied richness, a kiss of salinity, and a good sense of freshness that builds with time in the glass. You don't see many Chardonnay from the Roussillon, but this is certainly one of the best." (05/2022)...
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Nicolas Idiart Methode Traditionelle Blanc de Blanc Brut (2022) (Previously $15) (Previously $15)
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Wines made with Melon de Bourgogne are incredibly versatile for food pairings, with this wine being capable of stopping the show at Thanksgiving dinner or sitting on the pier while slugging oysters.
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96 points The Wine Independent: "A blend of 60% Grenache and 40% Carignan, the 2017 Courier Rouge is medium to deep garnet in color. It needs considerable shaking to wake up notes of kirsch, raspberry coulis, redcurrant jelly, and mandarin peel, with wafts of candied violets, iris, garrigue, and crushed rocks. The medium to full-bodied palate is lively and so, so soft with licorice-laced red and black fruits and a long earthy finish. 96+" (04/2023) 93 points Jeb Dunnuck: "The same blend as the 2016, the 2017 Côtes Catalanes is more ethereal and perfume...
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This unbelievable vinegar is one of the most potent we've ever come across. Aged 20 years in large oak barrels and made from the insanely special heirloom varietals of tart, bitter tart, and bitter sweet apples. There are few more flavorful or complex vinegars available on the market today.
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2021 Château de L'Ou Côtes du Roussillon Rouge (Previously $16) (Previously $16)
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94 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Based on Grenache, Carignan, and Syrah, the 2020 Côtes Du Roussillon Villages Compartir is another deep purple-hued release from this château revealing a great nose of both cassis and darker berry-like fruit as well as spice, peppery herbs, chalky mineral, and licorice. This big, rich, heady effort has full-bodied richness, a supple, layered texture, fabulous purity of fruit, and a great finish. " (05/2022) 91 points James Suckling: "Textured and intense with dark plums, blackberries, dried thyme, bay leaves, cola and sweet spic...
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This champange is a blend of 58% Chardonnay, 28% Meunier and 14% Pinot Noir from Chouilly, Vitry, Leuvrigny and Les Riceys. It is a combination of fruit from their very large 37 hectare estate and purchased fruit. It has a toasty, sourdough style with great mid-palate richness and a nice crisp, dry back end. -Gary Westby, K&L
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2020 Domaine de Verquière Côtes-du-Rhône-Villages Sablet (Previously $15) (Previously $15)
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The Verquière estate has been passed down from father to son for many generations and is now managed by Thibaut Chamfort. Following age-old traditions and sustainable practices, the estate was recently certified organic. The Côtes-du-Rhône Villages Sablet is a blend of 60% Grenache, 20% Syrah, 15% Mourvedre, and 5% Cinsault grown on three different terroirs. The first being the chalky clay soils with loads of large pebbles from the lower part of the appellation, limestone and marl from the highest part, and classic sandy soils of Sablet right around the...
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Established over 50 years ago, the 4th generation of the Denis family now runs this operation. Julien is the winemaker, Stephane in charge of the viticulture and Vincent oversees the administration and sales. Over the last few decades the property has grown from 5 to 80 hectares that stretch across the appellation including some very select parcels in the Coteaux du Layon (home of one of the region's great dessert wines). The Anjou Villages is a blend of 60% Cabernet Sauvignon and 40% Cabernet Franc grown on volcanic soils. This soil imparts a warmth tha...
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Composed of organically farmed Sauvignon Blanc from the appellation of Coteaux du Giennois where vines grow on flinty and calcarious soils.
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The incredible Domaine de Jouanda is one of the best estates that has remained essentially unknown in the United States despite an explosion in interest in the Armagnac category. The Poyferre family has found success in France in top restaurants and bottle shops, but is not widely distributed stateside. It remains a hidden gem here. This family, the same that once owned the excellent Chateau Leoville-Poyferre, commercialize their Armagnacs more as family tradition than a profit-making endeavor. In fact, 100% of the profits from selling Armagnac are retur...
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Jancis Robinson: "Ripe fruits, banana skin, peach and almond-kernel aromas. Attractive palate that has a textured, mouth-coating mid palate and a saline note throughout. Dense yet also with a sense of vibrancy. 16.5/20 points (AC)" (09/2023) K&L Notes: Condrieu is located just to the south of Côte-Rôtie in the northern part of the Rhône Valley. It is a particularly small region that solely produces Viognier--but not just any Viognier. Simply put, these are the best in the world, and Condrieu is the benchmark by which all other Viognier is measured. Dom...
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2021 Mas de Sainte Croix "Doceur de Fruit" Côtes-du-Rhône (Previously $11) (Previously $11)
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Jacques Coipel worked in the petrol industry until 2002 when he decided to change career paths and enter the wine business. He purchased an exceptional site in the Cotes du Rhone Village Cru of Valreas. His vineyards sit at around 1200 feet with a mix of clay, limestone and gravel making up the soils. With cooling winds from the north and at this higher altitude, there is a crispness to the wines showing more red fruit qualities in the reds and more vibrant apple tones in the whites. Around the same time Jacques's son, Julien, began studying winemaking w...
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We've been carrying the Baraillon Armagnacs for three years now and it's been a match made in heaven for K&L, the Claverie family, and our customers—we're their biggest account and their biggest fans. There's something special about walking into the tasting room at Baraillon, which is really just a little hut next to their home with plastic furniture and humble offerings (like fresh foie gras straight from the farm next door). Mr. Baraillon will come in from feeding the pigs wearing rubber boots, while his daughter Laurence stands by quietly, yet does mo...
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2022 Domaine Pluchot "Arris" Gamay St-Romain Côte Roannaise (Previously $18) (Previously $18)
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Domaine Pluchot, located in Burgundy, France, is renowned for its exceptional Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines. The winery meticulously cultivates its vineyards, ensuring high-quality grapes. Their wines, celebrated for elegance and complexity, beautifully express the region's character. Domaine Pluchot's commitment to sustainable viticulture enhances is palpable in the glass and the estate has been Certified Organic since 2023.
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90 points Jeb Dunnuck: "A blend of 70% Grenache, 25% Syrah, and the rest Carignan, the 2021 Languedoc Les Darons reveals a healthy ruby/purple hue to go with juicy, peppery, vibrant aromatics of red and blue fruits, some floral and sappy garrigue nuances, medium body, fine tannins, and outstanding length. This elegant, balanced, terrific 2021 will drink well for 5-6 years or more." (08/2023) K&L Notes: Parisian Jeff Carrel was looking to make wines and found his way to the south of France where he has achieved some great status as a roving winemaker. O...
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When Jean Noel Millon took over winemaking and farming at his family's estate in 1998, he represented the seventh generation to do so. The 10-hectare farm is certified organic and Millon complements the soil with herbal teas and homemade composts to strengthen the vines' natural defenses.
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A reliable Cab Franc from 40-year-old vines, vinified in stainless steel. An approachable, quaffable red for Friday night pizza.
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