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92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The current vintage of the special cuvée is the 2008 Kripta, a classical blend of the local grapes Macabeo, Xarello and Parellada aged in contact with the lees in bottle for a long time, no less than five years, during which time the bottle is closed with a cork (it's usually a crown stopper). Apparently this gives the wine a different character and is the way it was traditionally done. This is a polished Cava with yeast and brioche aromas and a soft palate with clean, developed flavors and integrated acidity. A ...
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Vinos del Viento is our most recent addition to our Direct import portfolio from Spain. It is a project that focuses on Garnacha and Cariñena (Grenache and Carignan) from the region that is the origin for both varieties, Aragon. All of the DO’s of Aragon are represented in the portfolio; Campo de Borja, Calatayud, Carinena and Somontano. Winemaker Michael Cooper, who is a native to California, looks for purity and freshness in his wine. To do so he has sought our older vineyards that are found at higher elevations. The youngest vines are 35 years old...
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95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017s feel relaxed, something unusual in Priorat. The 2017 Clos Martinet has seen a change, as they stopped using the sorting table and stopped using the pied de cuve, because the harvest was very easy. They harvested in August—the earliest ever until 2018—and they didn't have time to do anything; so, they put the grapes in the vats and let them ferment, and that's what they have been doing ever since. They feel that there is less manipulation of the grapes now, and that could have helped to make wines more r...
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95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "95+ points "There is a bit of an animal hint on the nose of the 2018 La Vizcaína El Rapolao, which Raúl Pérez tells me is always part of the character of the wine when it's young. The difference with the 2017 is the quality of the tannins, which rounder and more elegant here, and the concentration, which is lower here, so this 2018 comes through as more fluid, fresh and elegant, with a silkier mouthfeel. They finally bought the vineyard in 2018, and the change in viticulture resulted in lower yields: they produce...
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2016 Viña Leizaola "El Sacramento" Rioja (Previously $45) (Previously $45)
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92 points James Suckling: "An attractive array of red-berry and plum aromas lead to a succulent and juicy palate. Good depth and vibrant, textural kick at the finish. Drink or hold." (06/2019) K&L Notes: Produced from en vaso (goblet, or bush trained) vines on a uniquely sited calcareous, sandy and clay vineyard just outside of Laguardia, El Sacramento may be a new project (this is in fact the first vintage) but should quickly become one of the top wines in all Rioja. Belgian proprietor Etienne Cordonnier has longstanding family ties to Bordeaux and wi...
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93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "La Poulosa is quite regular and ripe, with notes of prunes, and even though there is more freshness in 2018, the 2018 La Vizcaína La Poulosa shows closer to the 2017, keeping the profile of the vineyard, which is very strong. In fact, there is only half a degree difference in alcohol between this 2018 and the 2017. There is more fruit here, and it's juicy and approachable, with integrated oak (they started replacing the 225-liter oak barrels with 500-liter ones), more freshness and a livelier palate. The tannins ...
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100% Muscat of Alexandria. These hillside vineyards were origionally planted by the Phoenicians with grapes that they transplanted from Alexandria, Egypt approximately 2,800 years ago. 45-75 year old vines, goblet trained planted on steep slate slopes. Ferment dry in stainless steel, with 8 months agin on lees. Exoctic, aromatic and dry.
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