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93 points Wine Spectator: "This red is sleek and solid, in the modern style. Bright cherry, berry and currant flavors mingle with licorice, black tea and mineral notes, giving way to a floral and minerally finish. The firm tannins are well-integrated and juicy acidity keeps this lively. Mourvèdre, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah. (TM)" (08/2020)
Price: $12.99

Connoisseurs Guide: "Bright, light cherry pink in hue and sporting an attractive, lightly strawberry-like nose that is accented with a minerally whisper, this pleasantly rounded pink follows with mild, very clean, red berry flavors. While it is dry and balanced to be useful with foods, its easy gait invites unaccompanied drinking as well, and it is, at the price, nothing less than an out-and-out bargain. *Good Value*" (07/2020) K&L Notes: A new addition to our rosé selections here at K&L and one I’m super excited about. Aerena’s San Francisco Bay AVA r...
Price: $9.95

2017 Bodegas Juan Gil Monastrell (Silver Label) Jumilla
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90 points James Suckling: "A full-bodied red with plum, dark-berry and cherry aromas and flavors. Full body, yet shows form and structure. Drink now." (07/2019)
Price: $14.99

96 points Jeb Dunnuck: "The Mourvèdre-dominated 2017 l’Ancely is a rockingly good wine, and there aren’t many better Mourvèdre out there. Lots of blueberry and wild strawberry fruits as well as notes of spiced meats, herbes de Provence, and peppery garrigue notes all soar from the glass of this full-bodied red. Offering a layered, seamless texture, good acidity, and enough structure to warrant 2-4 years of bottle age, it’s going to have 15+ years of prime drinking from cold cellars. 96+" (06/2020) 96 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 La C...
Price: $69.99

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Mourvèdre Harrison Clarke Vineyard is medium to deep ruby-purple with jammy blueberry, black cherry, cassis, olive and fried bacon notes plus lilac, black raisin, fried herbs and granite tinges. Medium to full-bodied, it fleshes out in the mouth with oodles of ripe fruits and meaty layers, firm, pleasantly chewy tannins and great juicy acidity, finishing long. This has a nice interplay of savory nuances with dense, lush fruits. (EB)" (09/2019) 93 points Vinous: "The 2017 Mourvèdre Harrison Clarke Viney...
Price: $34.95

Winemaker's Notes: "Mr. Natural is the umbrella we are using for our new series of zero/zero wines. Our first bottlings under this label hail from a century-old planting of Mourvedre, and some 80's Pinot from the remote Lime Kiln Valley in the midst of a 19th Century limestone and active granite quarry blessed with amazing limestone, granite, and dolomite soils. While our approach has always favored minimal intervention in winemaking to allow the quality of the site to shine through, it's a rare vineyard that boasts the perfect confluence of factors that...
Price: $36.95

From the importer: "There is the appellation of Bandol with its plethora of producers, some good, some mediocre; and then there is Château Pradeaux, the unique, inimitable, standard-bearer for this ancient wine-growing district. The Château Pradeaux is situated on the outskirts of the town of Saint Cyr-sur-Mer that lies directly on the Mediterranean Ocean between Toulon and Marseilles. The estate has been in the hands of the Portalis family since before the French Revolution. In fact, Jean-Marie-Etienne Portalis, who inherited the estate in 1752, helped ...
Price: $39.99

Hardy Wallace crafts some of the most unique natural wines in California today. With a loyal following that has created a near-fanatical demand, the Dirty & Rowdy wines are tough to get your hands on, so grab them when you can.
Price: $49.95

Winery notes: Ron Mansfield farms this vineyard in the Apple Hill region of El Dorado, sitting at 3000ft elevation with cooler nighttime temperatures to preserve acidity. The vines are head trained on a vertical cordon and dry farmed even in the warmest of years. Foot tread and fermented 100% whole cluster this is a wine that is bottled early to be enjoyed during the Fall months. Aromatics of Asian plum sauce with hints of dried strawberry in the background lead to a palate of bright red fruit and mouthwatering acidity.
Price: $28.99

Wine Spectator: "Appealing, with dried cherry, grilled anise and wild game accents that finish with zesty tannins. (TF, Web Only-2020)" K&L Notes: This fantastic California find comes from a once-forgotten vineyard of gnarled, basket-trained vines planted in 1922, tucked into a corner of the Central Coast. The soils are decomposed granite and limestone from an ancient landslide. From Wine Enthusiast's Matt Kettmann: "Ian Brand, The SF Chronicle’s 2018 Winemaker of the Year, is quite possibly the most interesting vintner in Monterey County today. The C...
Price: $39.95

From Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant: "When Lucie "Lulu" Tempier married Lucien Peyraud in 1936, her father gave them Domaine Tempier, an active farm that had been in the family since 1834, near Le Plan du Castellet, just outside the Mediterranean seaport village of Bandol. Tasting a pre-phylloxera bottle of Domaine Tempier Bandol (a wedding gift from his father-in-law) inspired Lucien to research the terroir of Bandol extensively. Up until that point, old vineyards planted with Mourvèdre had been systematically replanted to higher-yielding varietals. Howeve...
Price: $425.00

91 points Wine & Spirits: "From one of the Sierra Foothills’ most respected vineyards, this starts out leathery, then turns electric, lifted and bright. The red cherry flavors flash sweet and sour, almost citrusy, with a peppery crunch and mildly floral, nimble tannins. For smoked chicken." (02/2020) K&L Notes: Hardy Wallace crafts some of the most unique natural wines in California today. With a loyal following that has created a near-fanatical demand, the Dirty & Rowdy wines are tough to get your hands on, so grab them when you can.
Price: $49.95

This 100% Mourvèdre is a barrel selection of all the Dirty & Rowdy vineyards and comes from the Monterey, Mendocino, Contra Costa, El Dorado, Amador County AVAs. The wine saw native fermentation with zero winemaking additions. 100% whole cluster, bottled unfiltered and unfined. Minimal effective sulfites. *Natural wine*
Price: $29.99

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1990 & 1993 Château de Pibarnon Bandol Tasting Lot, including 1-bottle of 1990 Château de Pibarnon Bandol (93RP, 92JG) and 1-bottle of 1993 Château de Pibarnon Bandol. Of the 1990 Château de Pibarnon Bandol,Robert Parker's Wine Advocate writes: "This is one of the finest young Bandol reds I have tasted. The color is saturated dark ruby/purple, and the nose offers up intense aromas of cassis, olives, and spicy new oak. In the mouth, there is extravagant richness, as well as layer upon layer of fruit, good structure, and a whoppingly long, extremely well-delineated finish. (RP)" (06/1992)
Starting Bid: $82.00

Bid on this bottle of 2010 Bodegas El Nido "Clio" Red Blend Jumilla (92ST, 91WS, 90RP). Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Opaque ruby. Ripe, expressive scents of black raspberry, cassis, dark chocolate, vanilla and potpourri. Fat, full and concentrated, offering intense black and blue fruit preserve flavors and notes of licorice and mocha. Finishes spicy and very long, with smooth, sweet tannins and slow-building smokiness. (JR)" (09/2013)
Starting Bid: $51.00

Bid on this bottle of 1989 Sean Thackrey "Taurus" California Mourvèdre (90RP). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1989 Taurus, made from Mourvedre, did not exhibit as much of a tree bark, truffle, earthy character as I am used to seeing from Bandols, the French wines from Provence, and the Mourvedre-dominated Beaucastel from Chateauneuf du Pape. In fact, if I had had this wine blind, I might have suspected it to be a Pinot Noir, as odd as that may sound. I say that because of the gorgeously rich, spicy, raspberry flavors, although there was a strong scent of mint in the nose that might have made me think of something other than Pinot. In any event, it is a wonderfully pure, beautifully made wine with deliciously rich, well-balanced and well-delineated flavors. Again, the lighter style of the 1989 vintage has produced a wine with uncommon elegance, yet one that is not lacking in intensity. Given the fact that Mourvedre evolves slowly in the bottle, this wine should last as well as the
Starting Bid: $30.00

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