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2008 Balcom Family "Mascaret" Napa Valley Bordeaux Blend (Previously $125) (Previously $125)
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We recently received a parcel of these beautifully mature wines from Balcom Family. The wines were made by renowned winemaker, Craig Becker, formerly of Robert Mondavi, Opus One, Spring Mountains Vineyards, and currently Director of Winemaking at Sommerston Estate. The fruit for these wines was sourced from Constant Vineyard high on Diamond Mountain, and Somerston Estate's hillside blocks in Napa's Vaca Mountains. The wine's name, "Mascaret," pays tribute to the Bordeaux region that inspired the wine. The Mascaret is a wave, or tidal bore, that runs up t...
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2015 Hanzell "Estate" Sonoma Valley Chardonnay (Elsewhere $65) (Elsewhere $65)
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94 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Showing beautifully, the 2015 Chardonnay offers a touch of maturity in its caramelized peach, pineapple, flora, and toasted bread-like aromas and flavors. Medium-bodied and beautifully textured on the palate, it has plenty of fruit, a solid spine of acidity, and a clean, mineral-laced finish. This is just a beautiful Chardonnay from Sonoma that's drinking at point today yet will evolve nicely for another 5-7 years." (12/2020) 93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2015 Chardonnay is a little reticent to begin, slowing unf...
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2011 Beronia Gran Reserva Rioja
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93 points Wine Spectator: "This maturing red retains freshness, with a plump texture and lively flavors. Currant, cocoa, licorice and loamy earth notes are supported by gentle tannins and orange peel acidity. Gentle, yet deep and focused. Not showy, but complete. (TM)" (10/2020) 92 points Decanter: "A wonderful combination here of coffee, tobacco, leather alongside black cherries, figs and prune flavours. This Gran Reserva spends 28 months in oak barrels and 36 months in the bottle until it's released. It has a smooth and velvet-like texture with ripe ...
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2014 Louise Brison Brut Champagne
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91 points Wine Enthusiast: "Fermented and aged in wood, this Champagne is still young but is showing fine potential. The wine's acidity gives it a crisp texture and brings out the citrus and green-apple flavors along with the nervy edge. It will certainly age, so wait to drink until 2022. (RV)" (12/2020) K&L Notes: This Champagne was made in the most expensive way possible. The entire Brison estate is organic, and the wine is entirely barrel fermented. No detail is forgotten in making the vintage wines here, as the owner, Delphine Brulez, has a diploma...
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2008 López de Heredia "Viña Tondonia" Reserva Rioja
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95 points James Suckling: "Lots of dried fruit with plum, light raisin, chocolate and toasted oak. Some balsamic undertones. White truffles and dried flowers. Medium body, creamy tannins and savory, balsamic undertones. Extreme and unique, as always." (11/2020) 95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The nose of the 2008 Viña Tondonia Reserva is very elegant, fresh and with an herbal twist, starting to show the complexity of the aged wines that are sometimes still too young when they are released 10+ years from the vintage! The palate is medium-bodie...
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The original Charles Noëllat estate was absorbed by Domaine Leroy in 1988, yet the name lives on as a négociant label sourcing grapes from some of the finest vineyards in Burgundy. Jasper Morris, MW writes: "The Noëllat tribe are abundant in this part of the Côte de Nuits. Two brothers, Charles and Ernest, flourished in the early part of the 20th century. Charles had a son, André, who died in 1941, and whose daughter Odile married Alain Hudelot, to form Domaine Hudelot-Noëllat in Vougeot."
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In 1973, Daniel Dugois bought two hectares of vineyard and a house equipped with wine cellars in a village called Les Arsures, where he was born. He cultivated the vineyard and sold his production primarily to Henri Maire, one of the most prominent producers in Jura at that time. In 1982, Daniel made his first harvest in his own cellars and began to sell his wines to consumers. His first-ever harvest earned him his first Gold Medal for his Chardonnay at the Jura Wine Contest. Daniel and his wife Monique have continued to work on the quality of their wine...
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This Champagne is composed of 1/3 each Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Meunier. All of the fruit is estate grown from the Ariston's vineyards in Brouillet … La Vallée Brouillet might be my very favorite place in all of Champagne. I love the rolling landscape, the mix of mustard, vineyard and colza fields. But most of all I love the quiet peace of this secluded northwestern part of the region. This is the real countryside of Champagne! This area is known for the incredible diversity of fossilized shellfish that can be found in the fields here. The Ariston fami...
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2013 Gilbert Jacquesson Brut Champagne
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This wonderful vintage Champagne is composed exclusively from old vine selection massal Pinot Meunier. The two plots it comes from are Les Chaillots, planted in 1970, and Les Jenne Craux, planted in in 1969. The dosage is kept low, at six grams per liter, and it has both power and also refreshment. -Gary Westby K&L
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Jasper Morris, MW writes: "The Noëllat tribe are abundant in this part of the Côte de Nuits. Two brothers, Charles and Ernest, flourished in the early part of the 20th century. Charles had a son, André, who died in 1941, and whose daughter Odile married Alain Hudelot, to form Domaine Hudelot-Noëllat in Vougeot. Domaine Charles Noëllat no longer exists since its purchase by Lalou Bize-Leroy in 1988."
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1998 Beauchene, Pomerol
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First planted in the 14th century, this vineyard is now 10 hectares and is owned by Charles Leymarie & Sons, in the wine business since 1878. The blend here is 80% Merlot with 20% Cabernet Franc, and it's aged in new oak on the recommendations of then-consultant Michel Rolland. The 1998 received 2 stars out of 3 from the respected French wine guide Guide Hachette des Vins.
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We sold out of the 1995 in a matter of one e-mail. Now we have the more powerful 1996, with the same old-fashioned label.
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The terroir-centric producer Albert Boxler devotes much time, love, and care into producing each vintage of their Crémant d'Alsace. This sparkling wine is made in the labor-intensive traditional method from a blend of Pinot Blanc, Auxerrois, and Pinot Noir. The grapes are harvested by hand, and the juice is racked by gravity into tank. Bottles are hand-rotated in the cellar and spend 24-30 months aging on the lees. It is very dry in style and consistently one of Alsace's best Crémants.
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The Fallet family traces its wine growing history back to 1610. Following the marriage of Geneviève Dart and Gaston Fallet in 1953, the Fallet-Dart brand was founded in 1970. The wine is composed of 70% Chardonnay and 30% Pinot Noir that is fermented in a mix of oak barrels and stainless steel tanks. It is then aged for at least seven years on the lees.
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This blend of 2/3 Pinot Noir and 1/3 Chardonnay comes exclusively from the Brochet families estate in the premier cru of Ecuiel on the mountain of Reims. It is dosed at just five grams per liter and sees 10% barrel fermentation. This exceptional vintage Champagne reminds me of some of the best 1988s that I tasted when they were young. This is streamlined, elegant and graceful Champagne with beautiful pain au levin toast and savory dark cherry Pinot power. If you like this as much as I do, it is worth getting some to age. “Classic” vintages like this are ...
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92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The eponymous 2016 Tricó is a classic Albariño from 25- to 35-year-old vineyards on poor granite soils that give low yields. The full clusters are pressed, then the juice is let to settle before fermenting at low temperature with neutral yeasts. This stays at least one year in tank before it's bottled. These are serious and subtle wines, not exuberant or showy, with good ripeness and very high compensating acidity, but the wines don't feel acidic. This has the advantage of time and has developed further complexit...
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2000 Kalin "Cuvée DD" Sonoma County Pinot Noir
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94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The swan song vintage of Terry and Frances Leighton's Pinot Noir from the Demostene Ranch, the 2000 Pinot Noir Cuvée DD is showing beautifully, unwinding in the glass with a complex bouquet of ripe cherries, exotic spices, grilled game and rich forest floor that evokes many of the aromatic tells one associates with the great wines of the Côte de Nuits, lent a gentle Californian accent by a subtle top note of eucalyptus. On the palate, the wine is full-bodied, deep and concentrated, with muscular structure, racy a...
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2010 d'Aiguilhe, Côtes de Castillon
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92-93 points James Suckling: "This is so good already. What an amazing precision of fruit for this wine, with a blackberry and blueberry character as well as minerals. Full and super silky with lovely fruit. Gourmand. Tasty. I want to drink it. Always great value!" (04/2011) 92 points Vinous: "Fully saturated inky-ruby. Somewhat oak-dominated on the nose presently, with aromas of red cherry, rose petal, graphite and brown spices. Rich and lush but less obviously fruit-driven than usual in this vintage, combining sweeter mocha and earth tones with ripe ...

Aged in an oxidative style and similar to Rivesaltes, this Maury Blanc is composed of 70% Macabeu and 30% Grenache Gris.
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2016 Diatom (Brewer-Clifton) "Hilliard Bruce Vineyard" Sta. Rita Hills Chardonnay
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94 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Starting with the 2016 Chardonnay Hilliard Bruce, it’s a classic Chardonnay from this appellation that offers lots of citrus rind, salty minerality, spice and orange blossom aromas and flavors. " (08/2017) 93 points Vinous: "The 2016 Chardonnay Hilliard Bruce is rich and textured on the palate, with a flavor profile that leans towards the riper end of the spectrum while retaining the freshness and energy that are such Diatom signatures. (AG)" (09/2017) 93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Freshly cut Anjou pear, crisp apple, hints of h...
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2010 Brillette, Moulis
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89-90 points James Suckling: "Lots of chocolate and nutmeg on the nose and palate. Full and velvety, with a long finish. Yummy." (04/2011) 90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Another superb over-achiever from the appellation of Moulis in the Medoc, this wine, a blend of 48% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon and the rest Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot, shows lots of licorice, barbecue smoke, charcuterie, plum and black currants. It hits the palate with a medium to full-bodied opulence. The tannins are sweet and the acidity adequate to provide defini...
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2007 Malescasse, Haut-Médoc (1.5L)
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Château Malescasse is a historic property ideally situated on gravel soils close to the Gironde River just north of Margaux. While it is true that 2007 will never have the power or authority of the finest vintages of the decade, the best wines display a remarkable ripeness and an admirable richness of texture. These are medium to full-bodied reds with soft tannins that will make great near to medium-term drinking. They are priced appropriately and many, like this 2007 Malescasse, offer exceptional value.
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92 points Vinous: "Molettieri's 2007 Taurasi Vigna 5 Querce is a big, big wine. Mocha, espresso, game, tar, licorice and dark raspberries meld together in an unusually ripe, flashy Taurasi. The 2007 boasts tons of richness and sheer power, but it needs at least another year to settle down and incorporate its oak. (AG)" (02/2013) 91 points Wine Spectator: "Wild underbrush and exotic spice notes mark the racy black cherry puree and cassis fruit in this rich red, delivering full tannins and a long aftertaste of wild flowers, mineral and spice. (NM)" (06/2...
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94 points John Gilman: "The beautiful 2011 Juffer-Sonnenuhr Spätlese from Oliver Haag was still on the sales list at the winery when I was there in May and was bargain-priced for its stellar quality! The bouquet is beautiful blossomed and à point in its blend of lime, white cherries, mossiness, white flowers, a fine base of slate, gentle smokiness and the first hint of the sweet corn element to come with further bottle age. On the palate the wine is pure, medium-full and nicely filigreed, with a lovely core, superb focus and grip and a long, vibrant and ...
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2009 Lanessan, Haut-Médoc
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Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Ripe black currant fruit with some cedar wood, licorice and wood spice are all present in this generously endowed, concentrated, low-acid Lanessan. The tannins are silky, and the overall impression is one of elegance, plumpness and beautiful intensity. (RP)" (12/2011) Wine Spectator: "Focused, with a mouthwatering tobacco edge framing the core of red and black currant and anise. A warm stone note fills out the finish, with good underlying acidity. (JM)" (07/2012) K&L Notes: One of Clyde's sentimental favorites, and now...
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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. All his hand-harvested cuvées are based on vine age and soil composition, and the wines are fermented and aged in stainless steel with a light fining and no filtration before bottling. The Vieilles Vignes, from a single plot planted in 1934, has power, depth and grace; this, their flagship wine, will improve for the next 7-9 years but can be enjoyed now for those of you who like a mouthful of wine.
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91 points Jeb Dunnuck: "The 2006 Château Barde-Haut also showed well and has outstanding notes of dried herbs, spice box, chocolaty dark fruits, and earth. It's not the most complex wine in the lineup, but it's balanced, medium-bodied, rounded, and undeniably charming." (03/2020)
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94 points Vinous: "Deep ruby with an amber rim. Brooding coffee and cocoa nuances complicate rich dark cherry and blackberry syrup on the nose. Large-scaled, dense and juicy, showing tactile flavors of dark berries and chocolate complemented by a note of underbrush. This long, smoothly tannic wine pulls off the neat trick of being a behemoth while staying light on its feet. Still, it needs a lot of time to show its best. (ID) 94+" (09/2015) 92 points Wine Spectator: "A finely honed red, with dense, sculpted tannins and a rich, smoky undertow. Flavors o...
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93 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Bright red. The most powerful and assertive of this set of Pinots, offering pungent dark berry and floral aromas and sexy incense and Asian spice qualities. Impressively concentrated but also light on its feet, showing focused raspberry and mulberry flavors and mounting spiciness. Lingers nicely on the incisive finish, which repeats the dark fruit character. (ST)" (06/2010) 91 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "A ripe, pure, expressive and very Pinot nose speaks of red berry fruit with hints of Pin...
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Wine Spectator: "A delicate wine with very pretty plum and milk chocolate character. Medium-bodied, with soft tannins and a fresh, fruity finish. (JS, Web-2000)" K&L Notes: The formation of Chateau La Pointe dates all the way back to the middle of the 19th century. The estate found the inspiration for its name due to the unusual, triangular shape of their Pomerol vineyards. Chateau La Pointe is the third largest property in the Pomerol area with 23 hectares and takes up more than 2% of the entire Pomerol appellation. Things change at Chateau La Pointe a...
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1996 Kalin Cellars "Cuvee W" Livermore Valley Chardonnay
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Winemaker's Notes: "The grape source is the Wente Estate Vineyard located near Livermore. The vines were planted from a Burgundian clone brought to this region by the Wente family at the turn of the century. The soil is thin, iron-rich clay, underlain by 20-30 feet of gravel subsoil. The grapes were hand-picked and sorted, crushed and pressed. The juice was fermented in 50% new French oak barrels for ten months. The wine was racked, clarified by bentonite fining, and bottled without filtration in August 1997. The combination of old vine fruit produced ...
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92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2005 Syrah Estate (500 cases produced) is made from completely destemmed fruit, and is aged in oak pungeons. Its deep ruby/purple color is followed by aromas and flavors of graphite, charcoal, roasted meats, and blackberries. (RP)" (02/2010) 90 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Powerfully scented bouquet of fresh dark berries, violet oil and cracked pepper. Juicy and pliant, with sweet cassis and blackberry flavors supported by dusty tannins. Really coats the palate, finishing broad, sweet...
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91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2014 Chablis Grand Cru Bougros does not quite possess the complexity and nuance of the Les Preuses this year, although it is still well defined with candied orange peel coming through with aeration. The palate is well balanced with fine acidity, a touch of spice on the tip of the tongue and plenty of salinity. I would just like to see more precision and mineral tones to come through on the finish that does not quite complete what could have been a fine Bougros. Give it 2-3 years in bottle. (NM)" (08/2016)
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2001 Kalin Livermore Valley Old Vine Sémillon
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95 points Vinous: "The 2001 Sémillon is outrageously beautiful. Vivid, rich and explosive, the 2001 possesses tremendous density and character right out of the glass. Orange peel, mint, hazelnut, butter and wild flowers are some of the many aromas and flavors that develop as this compelling, beautifully layered white opens. Even with all of its flamboyant intensity, the 2001 retains striking freshness. I would prefer to drink it over the next few years. It would be a shame to miss the 2001 at this glorious stage of its life. The blend is 75% Sémillon and...
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2013 Dumenil "Special Club" 1er Cru Brut Champagne
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Gary Westby, K&L Champagne Buyer: "This 60% Pinot Noir and 40% Chardonnay special club bottling is made entirely in stainless steel. It utilizes estate grown fruit from Chigny-les-Roses, Rilly-la-Montagne and Ludes on the north face of the Mountain of Reims. It is clean, racy and concentrated with savory red fruit from the high quality, old vine Pinot Noir. I think it is a show stopping deal for special club Champagne!"
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Here is a fine find from the Right Bank. Founded in 1704, this 14-hectare estate run by the Bardet family is located on gravelly/clay soils that impart depth and complexity to the wine. 86% Merlot, 8% Cabernet Franc, 6% Cabernet Sauvignon. We just discovered this property in 2019, and we have already sold quite a bit of their 1995 and 1996. Super old-school label for an “old school” property. This wine has lots of red berry aromas and flavors. It really opens up with some decanting.
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91 points Wine Enthusiast: "This is a wine that needs time. It has been made with firm tannins and some toasty wood over the ripe fruit of 2003, but at this stage, it is more about structure than opulence. That said, though, this is going to be a very fine wine in about five years. It is a powerful expression of the year, and if drunk now, should be decanted. *Cellar Selection* (RV)" (05/2006) 90 points Wine Spectator: "Clean and very pretty with plum, currant and light smoke aromas. Full-bodied, with velvety tannins and beautiful fruit. Give this time...
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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...
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90 points Robert Parker: "Made from 100% Cabernet Sauvignon, the 2004 Claret is a selection of the less concentrated cuvees that are not from the finest hilltop parcels. Soft, elegant, and fruity, it reveals abundant amounts of black currant fruit intermixed with sweet cedar and spice. An elegant, Bordeaux-styled effort offering ripe tannin as well as a long finish, it can be enjoyed over the next decade." (Dec 2007)
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96 points James Suckling: "This is a strong edition of vat 1, from a warm and dry season. The nose is all classic lemon and light toast with very attractive purity. The palate is teflon-like, smooth and sleek. So polished and so pure with pristine lemon flavors. Long and fresh. Drink or hold." (10/2020) 95 points James Halliday: "From old, dry-grown vineyards dating as far back as '23, hand picking and sorting eliminated botrytis, leaving a pure display of citrus fruits headed by lemon, with lime and grapefruit also in the mix, all framed by hallmark a...
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