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From one of Clyde's old friends, and from certified organic vineyards in the Redwood Valley AVA of Mendocino County, the Chance Creek Sauvignon Blanc is an intense expression of terroir. Grown in the rocky benchlands of Mendocino County with southwest exposure, this bottling incorporates 4% Viognier to endow the wine with an added spicy allure. It was aged in 2% new French oak before bottling. The Chance Creek vineyard site, originally planted to Palomino grapes used in the production of California sherry, was purchased by Lou Bock in 1979. He soon re...
Price: $14.99
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Jan Holtermann, the founder of Alma Fria, worked in his family's wine importing business in his native Costa Rica for decades before moving his family to start the winery of his dreams. The name is meant to evoke "the West Sonoma Coast’s windswept Pacific climate, up-lifted coastal mountains, and towering ancient redwoods converge in Alma Fria’s elegant Pinot Noir and Chardonnay."
Price: $24.95

Wine Spectator: "Pear, apple and citrus flavors are fresh and light on a crisp frame, finishing with a note of Key lime. (MW, Web Only-2020)" K&L Notes: It isn't often that a winery's SRP, or "suggested retail price," is about the same as the great prices that we can offer, or in the case of bigger brands, elsewhere in the retail market. Often, they're a good $5 higher at the winery. But Husch lists their 2018 Sauvignon Blanc for just $15. That's just the kind of winery they are. Still family-owned in Mendocino's Anderson Valley, Husch has been produci...
Price: $14.95

Wine Enthusiast: "This wine offers generous lush tropical-fruit flavors and a broad soft mouthfeel, with little or no oak flavor. The body is medium to full and the acidity feels soft. (JG)" (01/2020) Wine Spectator: "Hints of richness accent the buttery and ripe white fruit flavors, flanked by lemon meringue notes that linger on the finish. (KM)" (02/2020) K&L Notes: It isn't often that a winery's SRP, or "suggested retail price," is about the same as the great prices that we can offer, or in the case of bigger brands, elsewhere in the retail mark...
Price: $14.95


Les Voisins, meaning "the neighbors" in French, is an hommage to the great, small-production grape growers in California. Copain sources fruit from the cool Anderson Valley to fashion this Chardonnay.
Price: $29.95


While widely known for crafting classic Napa Valley Chardonnay and Cabernet, Chateau Montelena also crafts this crisp Riesling from remote Potter Valley in Mendocino County. It's typically off-dry in style, like Kabinett, but certainly isn't "sweet." Notes from winemaker Matt Crafton: "Ripe apple and pear along with a touch of ginger initially dominate the subtle tropical and floral aromas that characterize this Riesling. With some patience, however, the bouquet transitions to rose petals, fresh peach, and pineapple, all of which should be familiar to t...
Price: $26.99

95 points Jeb Dunnuck: "From the well-known site in Anderson Valley owned by Rhys, the 2017 Chardonnay Bearwallow Vineyard is a fresh, focused, beautifully balanced Chardonnay that has complex notes of lemon curd, white flowers, chamomile, and tons of salty, mineral-like nuances. Brought up in 25% new French oak, it’s a balanced, chiseled Chardonnay that will benefit from a year in bottle and keep for upwards of a decade if well stored." (06/2019) 93 points Vinous: "The 2017 Chardonnay Bearwallow Vineyard bristles with tension, nuance and brilliance. L...
Price: $49.95


Wine Enthusiast: "Moderate in acidity and midweight in ripeness and power, this offers lush flavors of caramel and baked apple before finishing simply and without much fuss. (VB)" (12/2018)
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An "orange wine" made with Riesling? It sounds wild, but this wine, from a small family operation in Healdsburg, is more food-friendly than way-out. With a little patience, and a lot of enological experience, some experiments just go right, very right. Winemaker's notes: "The Riesling was fermented on the skins and then remained on the skins for ten days of extended maceration. This gave the wine heightened color (orange tones) as well as more of the unique spiciness that Riesling is known for. We put it through full Malo-lactic fermentation which give...
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Connoisseurs Guide: "Cole Ranch Rieslings have performed well in these pages over the years, and this one is no exception. Its flower-garden aromas with their hints of jasmine and fresh-tilled loam are followed by slightly juicy flavors that lean to jasmine and lightly to peach, and the tad of sweetness in the flavors takes this off-dry effort and elevates it into easy drinkability." (09/2019) K&L Notes: Desire lines are the paths carved by locals, also known as cow paths or kemonomichi—unofficial waypaths. Winemaker's notes: "Like the 2016 Riesling fr...
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