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Enemigo 89, a rare clear añejo, is known by the name of 'Cristalino' in Mexico. The Tequila is aged traditionally for over a year, resting in custom-made American Oak barrels which infuse and color the liquid. The now amber liquid is then filtered using carbon and cellulose which removes the color, leaving behind the more delicate, mineral and floral notes circling the elegant agave. Enemigo 89 was the first ever and only clear añejo to ever win Double Gold at the prestigious San Francisco World Spirits Competition. Named 'eighty-nine' as a testament to ...
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94 points Jeb Dunnuck: "The 2016 Pinot Noir Hilliard Bruce Vineyard comes from a site in the Sta. Rita Hills that's located on the northern edge of the appellation. It has a perfumed, exotic bouquet of passion fruits, framboise, violets, and flowers. With an almost Côte Rôti- like gamy, floral quality, medium body, ultra-fine tannin, and a beautiful finish, it's a terrific Pinot Noir that will keep for a decade." (10/2018) 93 points Vinous: "The 2016 Pinot Noir Hilliard Bruce Vineyard is bright, floral and nuanced, with all of the subtleties this Sta. ...
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95 points Jeb Dunnuck: "From a site in the Santa Maria Valley brought up in 22% new French oak, the 2016 Chardonnay Sierra Madre Vineyard offers more minerality as well as an obvious salinity in its orchard fruits, crushed rocks, poached pear, and spice-driven aromas and flavors. Deep, rich, and medium to full-bodied, it’s certainly another brilliant Chardonnay from this estate." (10/2018) 93 points Vinous: "The 2016 Chardonnay Sierra Madre Vineyard is gracious, airy and very delicate. Orchard fruit, mint and floral notes are all layered in a Chardonna...
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The pride of downtown Edinburgh is now the joy of the K&L gin department. Once contracted from London, today the complete line of Edinburgh gin is distilled either underground at the eponymous Edinburgh Gin Distillery, or at their recently opened second distillery at The Biscuit Factory in the historic port of Leith. Focusing entirely on gin, the company recently merged with Ian Macleod of Tamdhu, Glengoyne, and Chieftain's fame to resurrect Scotland's great distillation traditions. From the producer: "Perthshire is celebrated for producing the most flav...
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Winemaker's Notes: "Maresh Vineyard is the fifth oldest vineyard in Oregon, having been planted starting in 1970 by Jim and Loie Maresh. Three generations of Maresh family have lived here and farmed this vineyard sitting high up in the Dundee Hills. These historic old vines are self-rooted, planted on deep volcanic Jory soil and grown organically. Today, Maresh Vineyard is a reference point for Oregon Pinot Noir."
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Monastery brew houses and elixir distillers from different religious orders have been in existence all over Europe since the early Middle-Ages. The Cistercians, Benedictines, and Trappists were part of a network of religious houses which exchanged ideas and procedures but also kept a few secrets. Beyond being a place of worship and contemplation, Monastic gardens provided food and medicinal plants to monks and their guests. After careful reading of ancient monastic texts, Vicario crafted this maceration of over 15 aromatic herbs and spices and named it...
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Jester King is an authentic farmhouse brewery committed to mixed culture and spontaneous fermentation. It incorporates natural surroundings and local agriculture to make beer uniquely tied to a time, place and people. The brewery, which has a tasting room is located in Texas Hill Country, was established by co-founder Jeffrey Stuffings, a local homebrewer who started working on the recipes and bsuiness plan for Jester King in 2007 when he worked at Austin Homebrew Supply. In 2009 his brother Michael Steffing moved to Austin to join Jester King and help l...
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About this producer: "Isojiman Shuzo is located in Szikuoka Prefecture, on the coast of Suruga Bay, with Mount Fuji rising towards the east and the foothills of the Southern Japanese Alps to the north. Relatively young for such a heralded brewery, Isojiman was established in 1830. It wasn't until the 1970's that its fame became cemented, when Isojiman led the push towards what is considered high end sake today: a drier, cleaner, and more refined style. It is one of the only breweries in Japan that uses an almost completely stainless steel facility, apart...
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Whisky Advocate: "Oak-driven and tightly wound, with herbal licorice, beeswax, and dried peaches. There is a real outdoorsy quality here of forest floor, autumn leaves, and cut grass. But it feels somewhat tired and weary on the palate, then falls apart with the addition of water. Grab the older bottling (50% ABV). This release has dropped in both proof and quality. (JL, Fall 2018)"
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Opuntia is a prickly pear spirit, made from the fruit of the Nopal cactus. Its flavor is as singular as tequila’s, an invigorating balance of fresh fruit and desert earth that is all its own. Over a ton of sun-ripened California fruit is fermented into wine and then distilled in each batch. This is a new spirit tradition that belongs to California.
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91 points Wine Enthusiast: "Lemon preserves on toast, wet stone and early spring flowers show on the nose of this bottling. There is a toasty quality to the sip, which is clean and linear in structure, without anything flashy. (MK)" (05/2020) K&L Notes: Winery notes: A long-standing member of the Santa Barbara winemaking community, Whitcraft Winery is obsessed with producing the highest quality wines. Our signature varietals are Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Syrah while also producing a variety of other unique, handcrafted wines.
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This ambitious project from Moet Hennessy is an ode to terroir and modern tequila production. They begin with lowland fruit slow roasted in brick ovens. The intense mineral rich soils of the Tequila Valley are captured during the 4 day steaming process. This is then mingled with highland agave which have been roasted in autoclave to get a clean fresh expression of the already elegant high altitude plants. Fermentation is controlled using champagne and rum yeast. The result is a clean precise expression of the two main Tequila terroirs in one gorgeous bot...
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Johan Estate is adjacent to the cool Van Duzer Corridor in the Willamette Valley. Winemaker Morgan Beck and vineyard manager Dan Rinke (formerly of Rhys) work with 85 acres of Demeter certified vineyards to craft elegant, small batch wines. *biodynamic*
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Renato Vicario and Janette Wesley own and operate 2 organic and sustainable farms on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean, in his native Piedmont and her native South Carolina. The spirits are crafted and sourced only from grains and fruits that are not genetically modified (no GMO company policy) and do not use any chemical additives or flavors. In fact, many of the fruits, herbs, and spices used to create Vicario’s liqueurs are grown on their own farms. Vicario and Wesley named their Italian farm “The Garden of Earthly Delights,” which is reflected in the ...
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Celebrating the Oakland Club (Hot air balloon racing back in the day....circa late 1800's to early 1900's), the Aero Club liqueur drinks like your new favorite amaro. It's light on its feet, gently bitter, and sweetened with just a touch of honey. Not too sweet. Its favorite cocktail ingredient is ice. Just pour and play!
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Emmolo winemaker Jenny Wagner (yes, that Wagner wine family) explains the origins of her brand: "Emmolo is the name of my mom’s side of the family, which has a long farming history in Napa Valley. My mom, Cheryl Emmolo, has no brothers and wanted to keep the name alive. She dreamed of making wine using family vineyards, and I feel really lucky that she’s now passed the reins on to me. When I showed my first vintage to my grandparents, it was very emotional for all of us."
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