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Sophie Guiraudon is the owner of Clos de l’Anhel, a sheepfold surrounded by ten hectares of vines in Languedoc’s ancient Corbières appellation (Anhel means “lamb” in the local Occitan dialect). She farms her 25 acres alone but finds community in Les Vinifilles (“Wine Girls”), a trade organization of women who support one another and celebrate the “culture of wine.” Most of her work is done by hand, from trimming and pruning to hoeing the soil. “Les Dimanches” incorporates fruit from Sophie’s best and oldest parcels, meant for special Sunday dinners with ...
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90 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Iron, iodine, black olive, and darker, peppery fruits define the 2019 Gigondas, a medium-bodied, ripe, nicely balanced Gigondas from this estate. Based on 70% Grenache and 30% Syrah that was destemmed and aged in tank, it’s going to evolve gracefully with its ripe tannins and impeccable balance." (01/2022) Jancis Robinson: "Very fruit-led nose, sweet cassis and a little note of undergrowth and sous bois to complement the ripe fruit. Fresh on the palate with that lovely rich fruit character coming through. Well-judged tannins and...
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94 points Wine Enthusiast: "This reasonably priced wine is arguably one of Mendocino County’s best Cabernets, year in and year out. Aromatic, complex, nicely ripe and full in body, it starts with enticing aromas of toasted oak, pencil shavings and cigar box followed by deep layers of black cherry, blueberry, anise and cocoa. Moderate, well-integrated tannins beef up the texture nicely and bode well for mid-term aging. *Editors’ Choice* (JG). " (10/2021)
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96 points Decanter: "Blackberry, star anise and juniper. Only medium-bodied for a Châteauneuf, but this has plenty of impact and intensity. Lovely bright acid line and sense of freshness from start to finish. Silky and voluptuous. (MW)" (10/2020) 93-95 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Leading off the 2019 Châteauneuf du Pape, all of which were tasted from barrel, the 2019 Châteauneuf Du Pape Les Safres should equal or surpass the 2018 as it has the same level of elegance and finesse, yet even better mid-palate depth and concentration. It’s beautifully done and we...

95 points Jeb Dunnuck: "The 2019 Lytton Springs checks in as 73% Zinfandel, 16% Petite Sirah, and the rest Carignan and Mataro. Revealing a translucent ruby/plum hue as well as beautiful cassis and red plum fruits supported by lots of savory herbs, orange blossom, cigar, and spice-driven aromas and flavors, this beauty hits the palate with medium to full-bodied richness, a seamless texture, moderate yet present tannins, and a great finish. While the Geyserville Cuvee has eclipsed the Lytton Spring in most vintages in the past decade, that's not the case ...
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92 points Jeb Dunnuck: "The base 2019 Vacqueyras is fabulous stuff and is based on 55% Grenache, 35% Syrah, and the balance Mourvèdre. It comes from more chalky, clay soils and is brought up in tank. Medium to full-bodied, ripe, and incredibly sexy, it offers Provençal notes of blueberries, leather, peppery herbs, and violets. With spot-on purity and good balance, it displays a classic, pleasure-bent style that will be a great drink over the coming 7-8 years." (01/2022) Jancis Robinson: "Tasted blind. Sweet red-fruit and herbal notes. A warming rich pa...
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About 10 miles south of Arles, in the regional park preserve of Camargues, lies the 15th century property, Mas de Valeriole. Encircled by the Grand Rhone, Petit Rhone and the Mediterranean, Camargue is famous for its wild horses, lakes, salt marshes and rice fields and is the largest river delta in Western Europe. The property was acquired by the Michel family in the late 1950s and is now run by Jean-Paul and Patrick Michel. Since 2006, the brothers have worked organically and are certified by Ecocert. Bouches-du-Rhone is the mouth of the Rhone, stra...
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Grown in the Las Batuecas Sierra de Francia Natural Park, a UNESCO protected as a national park biosphere reserve, near the Portuguese border due west from Madrid. Rufete is more commonly seen across the border, in the Douro or in the Dao. It is a thin skinned variety that produces lighter bodied, fresh wines with a delicate spice and savory tones. Think of this like Spanish Schiava, it too is grown in the mountains, these vineyards are located at 850 meters. This is an incredible aperitif wine, ideal with Jamon. The grapes are organically grown. 20...
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Winemakers Stephanie Debout and Vincent Bertin established their winery in the appellation of Anjou and immediately began to work in a completely natural and non-interventionist way. All organic farming, minimal machine work (all the vineyards are plowed by a stallion named Anathol), no sulfur additions and no burning of fossil fuels in the process (they bike to and from the winery and the vineyards). Using only a basket press and used oak barrels, the wines are all native yeast ferments and no sulfite additions in the process. *Natural Wine, No Sulfite...
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Grown in the Las Batuecas Sierra de Francia Natural Park, a UNESCO protected as a national park biosphere reserve, near the Portuguese border due west from Madrid. This is a mountain blend of rufete blanco, palomino fino, viura, and moscatel de grano menudo. This skin-contact white wine.
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Brisat is Catalan for Orange or Amber wine. This is a skin contact Garnacha Gris. Sourced from a single vineyard that was planted in the mid 1950 in the unique Terra Alta "panal", petrified sand dunes, soils. The organically grown grapes were harvest, lightly foot trodden and left to ferment on their skins for 30 days. It was bottles without filtration or addition of SO2. *Natural Wine*
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Meinklang is one of Austria's most interesting organic producers. Demeter certified biodynamic, they are crafting inviting naturally styled and fresh wines from Burgenland. *Orange Wine, Natural Wine, Biodynamic*
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From the Wine Industry Advisor: "Inspired by purity and edge, the wines pay homage to Napa Valley pioneer Leon Brendel. In the 1950s, Leon bought a small plot of land to make one variety, Grignolino, a grape that could only be found in northern Italy at the time. This vineyard was sold to Joe Heitz with the promise to always preserve a small amount of Grignolino, a commitment that McCoy and the Lawrence family continue to honor. Brendel’s namesake serves as a reminder to keep intentions pure in making wine that stays true to the land, one’s roots, and mo...
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I recently was turned on to the Devium wines during a "Breaking Ground" live tasting and webinar with Washinton State Wines. I had known about Keith Johnson's wines at Sleight of Hand Cellars for quite some time, but it was my first time tasting his wines from his personal project, Devium. And WOW, what a first impression. The wines are mighty impressive across the board. Quite edgy styles with notable acid lines, tons of freshness and energy, very minimalist winemaking. Some of the most interesting and progressive wines in all the state, perhaps the cou...
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