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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...
Price: $44.95


1998 Domaine Albert Morot Beaune 1er Cru "Les Toussaints"
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Domaine Albert Morot is one of the benchmark producers in the Beaune, having been run continuously by generations of the Morot family since 1820.
Price: $69.99

1998 Domaine Albert Morot Beaune 1er Cru "Les Marconnets"
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Domaine Albert Morot is one of the benchmark producers in the Beaune, having been run continuously by generations of the Morot family since 1820.
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1995 Ici/La Bas "Les Révélés" Oregon Pinot Noir
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Wine Spectator: "Has a softness and a spiciness absent from many 1995s, along with pretty chocolate and herbal overtones to its supple berry flavors. (HS)" (10/1997)
Price: $29.99

Allen Meadows reports on the 2003s from this house: "Geoffroy Choppin de Janvry said that he waited until 'September 24th to begin picking. Even though we didn't have a lot of problem with oidium save for Marconnets, we threw out a lot of under ripe and hail damaged fruit. In fact, by the time we finished, we had yields of only 28 to 30 hl/ha, which means that we threw out close to 25% between what we left in the vineyards themselves and on the sorting table here at the cuvérie. I went for slightly less extraction at the end of the fermentation because w...
Price: $79.99

Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Wonderfully seductive aromas of black kirsch, cherries and pinot baby fat followed by sappy, structured, rich, round and very long flavors and a finish that features a strong sense of minerality and a trace of drying tannins. This is very long and quite sexy, especially compared to a typical Savigny. *Outstanding*" (04/2002)
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94 points Wine Enthusiast: "With Pinot Noir, the magic trick is to have it taste sweet and ripe, and yet to finish bone dry. Few wineries in California accomplish this as regularly as Hanzell, and here they come again, with this wonderful 2008. It’s entirely consistent with their past history, being dry, a little tannic and tantalizingly rich in cherry, raspberry and cola fruit. *Cellar Selection*" (02/2012) 93 points Decanter: "Delicate, mulchy red-fruits nose. Medium bodied but fresh, concentrated and juicy. Shows depth and subtlety, and has a very l...
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91 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Bright, moderately saturated medium red. Strawberry and raspberry fruit aromas are complicated by minerals, rose petal, spices and herbs. Quite dry and uncompromising on the palate, but with excellent cut to the rather delicate flavors of strawberry, raspberry and spices. Quite restrained today and not a fleshy style of pinot, but this is subtly intense and firmly built. The rose petal quality returns on the juicy, salty aftertaste. (ST)" (06/2013) 91 points Wine Enthusiast: "This Pinot is too ...
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Allen Meadows - Burghound: "A very pretty nose that is notably floral in character also evidences notes of earth and red Pinot fruit that precede supple, round and lilting medium-bodied flavors that possess both good energy and detail on the similarly firm and compact but not dry finish as the underlying phenolics appear to be slightly riper." (06/2011) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The Morot 2007 Beaune Cent Vignes smells more of red meat and game than it does of site-typical cherry. Geoffrey Choppin de Janvry was among those growers to report that ...
Price: $59.99

91 points Wine Spectator: "Juicy, sporting cherry, raspberry and currant flavors, shaded by smoke and eucalyptus accents. The oak stands out on the finish, which is spicy and long. The most approachable of the three Morot crus. (BS)" (04/2014) 88-90 points Vinous: "Reduced nose offers dark cherry, smoky dark berries, game and musky underbrush. Taut and chewy in the mouth, in a distinctly more masculine style than the last couple of wines. Little easy sweetness here. The tannins are chewy and serious but nicely ripe. This will need at least a few years ...
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2010 Copain "Kiser En Haut" Anderson Valley Pinot Noir
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93 points John Gilman: "The 2010 Kiser En Haut bottling of pinot noir from Wells Guthrie is a terrific bottle of wine that channels Morey St. Denis with great aplomb. The wine tips the scales at a very grown up 12.8 percent alcohol and wafts from the glass in a deep and complex aromatic constellation of red and black cherries, a touch of venison, cocoa, lovely soil tones, fresh herbs, woodsmoke and a deft touch of new wood. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and youthfully complex, with excellent mid-palate intensity, well-measured tannins, good...
Price: $49.99

90-93 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "If not the most elegant nose in the range then it's the most complex with broad-ranging aromas of spice, earth, smoke and both red and blue pinot fruit liqueur. There is a lovely sense of underlying tension to the very fresh and beautifully well-delineated flavors that are at once serious yet generous, all wrapped in a balanced, mouth coating and impressively persistent finish. This is the class of the Morot 2011s. *Sweet Spot, Outstanding!*" (04/2013) 89-91 points Vinous: "Bright, deep red. Spicy red fruit arom...
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97 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "The '99 Bèze just continues to get better and better with every passing year. A flat out gorgeously complex nose is comprised by spice, earth, minerality and still fresh red and black Pinot fruit aromas. There is excellent richness to the intense and beautifully well-delineated medium-bodied flavors that are blessed with plenty of mouth coating dry extract that confers a seductive texture onto the strikingly persistent finish. Like the '99 Chambertin, while this could be drunk now I would strongly advise holding it f...
Price: $4,999.99

93 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Vivid red. Strong raspberry and cherry-cola aromas, with suave floral and Asian spices adding complexity. Silky and very fresh, with impressively focused red fruit flavors and a building note of rose pastille. The persistent, gently tannic finish emphatically repeats the red berry and floral notes and lingers with bright, spicy intensity. (ST)" (05/2013) 91 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "This is less obviously floral than the Alpine but slightly more aromatically complex with its elegant aro...


89-92 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "A highly perfumed, pure and very pretty nose of plum, rose petal and red currant aromas introduces intensely mineral-driven, vibrant and beautifully well-delineated flavors that terminate in a markedly saline, clean and crisp finish. I very much like the depth and persistence and this should make for a really lovely effort with the proper cellar time of 10 to 12 years. " (04/2013) 92 points John Gilman: "The 2011 les Aigrots is an excellent wine, jumping from the glass in a classy blend of cherries, a touch of b...
Price: $129.99

2011 Rhys "Family Farm Vineyard" San Mateo County Pinot Noir
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93 points John Gilman: "The 2011 Family Farm bottling has come in a tad less ripe than the Home Vineyard (12.8 percent alcohol versus 13-2 percent- both very, very civilized octane numbers in my book!) and as a result the wine is even a touch more red fruity and soil-driven in this vintage. The gorgeously complex nose offers up scents of cherries, beetroot, pomegranate, a great, complex base of soil, vinesmoke, a touch of nutskin, fresh herbs and a lovely, discreet framing of new oak. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied, complex and very transpar...
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Allen Meadows - Burghound: ""This clearly retains its essential La Tâche character as there is lovely spice and surprisingly good volume for the vintage..." " (10/2003) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The fully mature 1987 La Tache exhibits a medium ruby color with some amber at the edge. The tell-tale DRC nose of smoky, gamy scents intertwined with those of ripe berry fruit and herbs is followed by a wine with noticeably high acidity, good weight, full body, and some tannin to shed. (RP)" (08/1995)
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93 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "A ripe, spicy and quite densely fruited nose speaks of a pretty mix of both red and blue Pinot fruit along with background hints of cassis. The restrained intense and strikingly well-detailed medium-bodied flavors possess an abundance of mouth coating extract that buffers the firm tannic spine on the impressively complex, long and exquisitely balanced finish. *Outstanding*" (10/2011) 93 points John Gilman: "The Bearwallow bottling is made from purchased grapes and typically shows the slightly warmer aspect of Ander...
Price: $89.99

Allen Meadows - Burghound: ""This clearly retains its essential La Tâche character as there is lovely spice and surprisingly good volume for the vintage..."" (10/2003) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The fully mature 1987 La Tache exhibits a medium ruby color with some amber at the edge. The tell-tale DRC nose of smoky, gamy scents intertwined with those of ripe berry fruit and herbs is followed by a wine with noticeably high acidity, good weight, full body, and some tannin to shed. (RP)" (08/1995)
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Allen Meadows - Burghound: "This too is extremely pretty with more obvious structure and size than any of the wines to this point. Sappy yet fine with excellent detail, focus and nice complexity. Still, the Narbantons would appear to have a bit more potential based on the superior fruit/acid balance and mid-palate density." (04/2002)
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93 points Wine & Spirits: "2007 Sonoma Valley Pinot Noir Savory woodland mushroom scents lend a sense of mystery to this wine, its flavors ranging from meat to minerals. There's nothing directly fruity about it. Dark in tone but not dense, the aroma has the exoticism of Chinese medicinal herbs. An old-school California Pinot with an Old World sensibility, this should age in fascinating directions." (04/2011) 91 points Wine Enthusiast: "Shows the dry tannins and astringency of youthful Hanzell, but these Pinot Noirs are famously capable of extended agin...
Price: $64.99


2010 Domaine Digioia-Royer Chambolle-Musigny "Les Fremières" Vieilles Vignes
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All of the wines from this small family domaine come from the village of Chambolle-Musigny, and that dedication means outstanding wines with a real sense of place. Winemaker Michel Digioia is the third generation of his family to run the estate, having taken over from his mother-in-law in 1999. He began bottling all of the wine himself in 2003. His wines have consistently been in the finest league in Chambolle.
Price: $129.99

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2009 Pinot Noir Santa Cruz Mountains is an excellent introduction to the house style. Floral aromas lead to layers of dark red fruit in this juicy, accessible Pinot. This is the least expensive Pinot in this lineup but it offers terrific balance, and shows no ill effects whatsoever of being tasted among the vineyard-designate bottlings. Fleshy, supple and wonderfully radiant, it will also drink better young than most, if not all, of those wines. The Santa Cruz Mountains is made from barrels that didn’t make i...
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94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Also 100% barrel-fermented, the 2007 Chardonnay Grangerville Vineyard reveals a light medium gold color along with aromas of nectarines, white peaches, crushed rocks, creme brulee, and honeyed lemon. Fresh, full-bodied, rich, and structured, with little oak in evidence, I would not be surprised to see this Chardonnay age for a decade or more. " (08/2010)
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90 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "An herb-infused blue and red berry fruit nose that is less obviously ripe than that of the Hillside Cuvée leads to delicious and seriously complex medium-bodied flavors that culminate in a firmly structured finish of impressive length. This is delicious yet reserved and clearly built to age over the medium term....I toured the vineyards located in the Santa Cruz Mountains and they are indeed spectacular and if you have the chance to visit, I highly recommend it. There are varying percentages of destemming but most wi...
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2009 Hanzell Sonoma Valley Pinot Noir
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93 points Wine Spectator: "Fresh and snappy, with firm tannins and a core of mineral-laced wild berry, mocha, cedar and dried berry notes. Shows great structure, depth, focus and persistence. A great cellar choice. (JL)" (06/2012) 92 points Wine Enthusiast: "Hanzell Pinots age for a long time and are not particularly appealing in youth. This is dry and rustic, with flavors of cola, baked cherry pie and spice set into hefty tannins. It's made in a contrarian style to today's tastes. This is one to stash in the cellar. *Cellar Selection* " (08/2012)
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Deep, dark ruby color, explosive aromas of dark cherries and rhubarb pie aptly describe this 2005 Reserve Pinot Noir. After 15 months in French Oak, this intensely flavored wine is showing beautifully. The grapes, planted entirely to the Hanzell clonal selection, were hand harvested from the de Leuze family vineyard in Carneros. This vineyard, certified by the CCOF (California Certified Organic Farmers), was intensively farmed and has been the backbone of ZD's Reserve Pinot Noir since the inaugural release in 2001. Only 950 cases produced in 2005.
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Wine Enthusiast: "Hanzell took on a new barrel regime with the 2011 vintage, opening the door to several different coopers to taste over time. Additionally in 2011, the Pinot grapes came from both the Sessions and de Brye vineyards. The wine is marked by a bouquet of baked strawberry and cherry, the layers interwoven in oak and dust. (VB)" (10/2014)
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92 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "**Outstanding** A restrained but ripe and elegant nose of black cherry and raspberry cut with subtle spice notes precedes intense and beautifully delineated middle weight flavors that possess a lovely mouth feel, all wrapped in a balanced and impressively focused and dusty finish. I very much like this as the finish is dry and clean in the best sense plus there is a real sense of depth. Worth a look." (01/2011) 92 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Bright ruby-red. Perfumed aromas of black raspbe...
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Black currant, cherry stones and the smell of California forest in the heat of summer — that warm, enveloping sense of place marked by bay laurel and dry fir needles on the earth. The 2001 Hanzell Pinot is a wine of subtle spice, leather and tea rather than loud fruitful exuberance. Restraint in the wine’s youth will evolve to become a heady perfumed bouquet with three years of proper cellaring and should be lovely well into its second decade.
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92 points Wine Spectator: "Fine-grained and detailed, with subtle flavor pockets that open with blueberry, wild berry, mineral and spice notes, revealing a fancy touch of oak. Graceful and deftly balanced, this should gain with time. Best from 2014 through 2024. 99 cases made. (JL)" (09/2013) 90 points Wine Enthusiast: "*** Cellar Selection *** This wine is very young and needs time to come together. Currently, it's all about tart acidity and fresh, penetrating Dr. Pepper, cherry, pomegranate and oak flavors. It's elegant and complex, with the potentia...
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From the PinotFile: "Mark and Tina Hammond hand craft their Pinot Noirs from two acres of vines planted on their estate on Chehalem Mountain. He manages the vineyard and she crafts the wines. They are fastidious growers and vintners. Tina is largely a self-taught winemaker who has traveled to Burgundy. She took a number of winemaking classes in Salem, Oregon taught by "gurus," but she just seems to have a natural talent for winemaking. The Hammonds bought a run-down house and 2-acre vineyard planted to Miller-Thurgau. The 20-acre property is adjacent Med...
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92 points Wine Enthusiast: "There's a very good wine in here, but the winery has released it far too early, which shifts the burden of cellaring to the buyer. Right now it's all primary fruit, acidity and oak. But the fruit is beautifully layered in tiers of roasted blackberries, grilled cherries and cola, and the oak is splendid. This dry, silky wine desperately needs to be held until at least late 2010, and should drink well through 2014. *Cellar Selection* " (12/2009) K&L Notes: Maritime is W.H. Smith's cuvée of the best Pinot Noir from the vintage....
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Mark and Tina Hammond purchased a small vineyard in 1995 that was originally planted to Muller-Thurgau. What came next was a Burgundy-inspired venture, with the Hammonds grafting the vines over to Pinot Noir. William Gaffney of The Prince of Pinot writes: "The vines are meticulously farmed organically and yields are less than 2 tons per acre. In 2010 and 2011, the Hammonds made a conscious effort to pull back vigor and the resulting wines are more fruit forward. They believe that a subtle herbal note in the 2009 wines may have been secondary to excessive...
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From the PinotFile: "Mark and Tina Hammond hand craft their Pinot Noirs from two acres of vines planted on their estate on Chehalem Mountain. He manages the vineyard and she crafts the wines. They are fastidious growers and vintners. Tina is largely a self-taught winemaker who has traveled to Burgundy. She took a number of winemaking classes in Salem, Oregon taught by "gurus," but she just seems to have a natural talent for winemaking. The Hammonds bought a run-down house and 2-acre vineyard planted to Miller-Thurgau. The 20-acre property is adjacent Med...
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92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2009 Pinot Noir Block 7 is made from Wadenswil clone. It displays greater spiciness in its expressive nose, plenty of fruit on the palate, and a lengthy, fruit-filled finish. It can be approached now but will last for another 8-10 years. Dick Shea has more than 20 clients for the fruit he grows at his large Yamhill-Carlton estate, most of whom vineyard designate the resulting wine. More often than not, it is the best wine in their respective portfolios and the one that sells out the most quickly. Currently Sh...
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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Released at the age of one year, which is disappointing as the wine will surely gain in the bottle. It's young and acidic and fruity, with complex waves of cherries, red currants, beef tartare, sautéed wild mushrooms with a splash of soy and balsamic, orange zest, pepper and the sweet sandalwood of smoky oak. Very fine, but needs at least a year in the bottle." (12/2009) K&L Notes: A number of small, high-quality producers have made wine from the Hellenthal vineyard in recent years. Called by Antonio Galloni "one of the most...
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From the PinotFile: "Mark and Tina Hammond hand craft their Pinot Noirs from two acres of vines planted on their estate on Chehalem Mountain. He manages the vineyard and she crafts the wines. They are fastidious growers and vintners. Tina is largely a self-taught winemaker who has traveled to Burgundy. She took a number of winemaking classes in Salem, Oregon taught by "gurus," but she just seems to have a natural talent for winemaking. The Hammonds bought a run-down house and 2-acre vineyard planted to Miller-Thurgau. The 20-acre property is adjacent Med...
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95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2009 Pinot Noir Alpine Vineyard tends towards a dark red, almost black expression of wild cherries. It is an intensely coiled, powerful wine in need of a few years of cellaring. The mineral notes speak very clearly in this pointed, beautifully articulated Pinot. With time in the glass the wine’s inner perfume begins to emerge, but the best is years away. The chiseled, pure finish leaves a lasting impression. This is the most finely-knit, complete wine in the Rhys portfolio. (AG)" (08/2012) 94 points John Gi...
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