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A.D. Coutelas "Cuvée Louis Victor" Brut Champagne (Previously $40) (Previously $40)
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90 points Wine Enthusiast: "Fermented in wood and with the addition of a high proportion of reserve wines, this rich bottling displays a creamy texture and good acidity. It hints at the wood and is on the dry side. (RV)" (12/2016) K&L Notes: The Louis Victor from Coutelas is made in the solera style, from one large barrel containing a perpetual blend. Coutelas lists this as composed of 1/3 each Chardonnay, Meunier and Pinot Noir, but in fact, it is refreshed with 1/4 of the best wine vinified in a given year, while another 1/4 is taken out and bottled....

2009 Alexandre Le Brun "Cuvée Dilection" Brut Rosé Champagne (Previously $80) (Previously $80)
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Alexandre Le Brun is a young winemaker from Monthelon in the Ardenne (Marne) region of Champagne. He is a ninth-generation winemaker. His family established themselves in Champagne in 1750, and their cellars were built in 1822. The delectable Dilection is based on the incredible 2009 vintage with 85% Chardonnay and 15% Pinot Meunier. Only French oak is used and the vineyard where the grapes are sourced was planted in 1902. It is rich, but classically dry with dark cherry and strawberry fruit on the finish, which lingers.
Price: $58.99

A mistake at the winery kept the vintage off of the labels of these Jeroboams … So we have knocked $75 off each Jeroboam. This wine is a blend of very old vine (50+ years) Verzenay Pinot Noir and Oger Chardonnay in equal proportions. The Chardonnay comes from Delphine Cazals, Olivier Bonville's wife, who trades Patrick for red wine so she can make rosé. This wine has been given the time that it needs for the two very different terroirs to marry, and is a spectacular example of the small scale blending of two great villages. I can't really think of anythi...
Price: $239.99

93 points Wine Enthusiast: "There is a hint of wet chalk stone on the nose, along with crisp apple and a touch of lemon. The palate then amplifies both the chalky impression and the creamy mellow richness of the apple and the autolysis. This is restrained but very classic, understated but deeply satisfying with its creamy mousse, a hint of stone and the fruit-accentuated backdrop. The mousse is fine and the finish is wonderfully dry. (AK)" (11/2018) 90 points Vinous: "Pale straw with a persistent mousse. White stone fruit and fresh citrus on the delica...

James Suckling: "Slightly lifted pears and apples with peaches and green mangos. Tangy and fresh palate. " (08/2018) Wine & Spirits: "With its almond-skin notes and smooth, soft citrus fruit, this is a match for grilled halibut." (06/2018) K&L Notes: Bright, fresh, elegant, and well structured. Delicious with notes green apples, peaches, and apricots predominate with intense aromas of herbs and white flowers. It has a long finish with aftertaste of stone fruits, aromatic herbs and faint spice.
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92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "There was uneven ripeness in the grapes for the 2017 Laventura Viura, because some bunches were from the second flowering after the frost and didn't ripen the same as the grapes that survived the frost. There was not enough juice to fill the 2,500-liter oak vat, so it had to be fermented in a concrete egg and one 500-liter oak barrel. After the frost, the year was warm and dry, and the wine is not as expressive as the 2016 I tasted next to it. The palate is soft, and there is less freshness and vibrancy than in 2...

Loxarel is once again available in magnums! Can Mayol, which bottles under the trademarked name "Loxarel," is a winery that has been farming organically for more than a decade. The Mitjan family, owners of Can Mayol, also employ some biodynamic treatments. They keep animals, including chickens, a horse and a donkey named Garnatxa. While the focus is on "Brut Nature" (no dosage added) sparkling wine production, they also produce some very interesting still wines as well. In their chalky, high altitude vineyards (above 2,400 feet for their highest vines, a...
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Wine Enthusiast: "Floral scents of honeysuckle meld with fruity aromas of white stone fruit and citrus. Mirroring the nose, the vibrant palate evokes green apple, candied lemon drop and a hint of almond alongside a persistent perlage. Bright acidity gives the flavors a nice lift. (KO)" (12/2017) Wine Spectator: "A straightforward Prosecco, with a lively bead and hints of biscuit, poached pear, pastry cream and smoke. (AN, Web Only-2019)"
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Situated on the hills above Nice, Chateau de Bellet was part of a baronial estate established in 1777. Today, a historic chapel sits at the heart of a modern winery that has produced many notable wines including the "Baron G" blanc that was served at the royal wedding of Prince Albert II, Prince of Monaco, to Charlene Wittstock. According to the winery, the wine is more than 90% Rolle with the rest Chardonnay and pale gold in color with fragrant notes of cedar and bergamot and flavors of honey and grapefruit followed by a bright and savory finish.
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A beautiful terroir skillfully worked by Jérômine Paret and Philippe Garnier. Responding to the call of his parents, Jérômine gave up a career as an English teacher to take over the family estate. She then studied business and allied herself with Philippe Garnier, who has one goal in mind: to achieve excellence. She does not regret her choices today and her customers don't either! Thus, the estate evolves each year with new wines and techniques. The organically-farmed vineyards are planted mostly to Marsanne, and this is reflected in the blend, which als...
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100% Palomino from Barbadillo’s Cerro de Leyes vineyard in the Santa Lucía pago planted in 1972. Before being pressed, the grapes are lightly sun-dried in the Soleo process where the picked grape bunches are left to increase the sugar concentration. Manzanilla butts are then used for a traditional cask fermentation using the natural yeasts from the vineyard. The young wine is then transferred to stainless steel and cement tanks for 18 months, under a veil of flor before bottling with minimal fining. The result is something unique and represents a journe...
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92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Ribera del Notro Blanco has a higher percentage of Moscatel in the blend than the initial 2016 vintage, because this year he used part of the Sémillon to bottle separately. It shows more Moscatel character but has good complexity, as some of the Moscatel developed flor and the Corinto fermented with the skins. The complexity is more evident on the palate, which has good depth, tasty flavors and a long finish, with a lot more than a pure Moscatel. (LG)" (10/2018)

Railsback Soeur is made by Railsback Freres--Eric Railsback is the winemaker and founding partner of Lieu Dit and he launched Railsback Freres with his brother Lyle to celebrate their love of the wines of southern France.
Price: $17.99

Just 145 cases were hand-bottled of this Grenache Blanc, from a new planting that's farmed by organic methods (not certified, however), in California's Central Coast.
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*Natural, Biodynamic, Orange Wine* Oenops is a new endeavor from winemaker Nikos Karatzas. The 'Rawditis' is made from 100% Rhoditis, a pink-skinned Greek varietal with similarities to Pinot Grigio. This 'orange wine' sees 28 days maceration on the skins, from which it draws a leathery, tannic structure to buttress a flavor and aromatic profile of bright mandarin oranges and honeysuckle. The orange wine profile just so happens to be one of the most versatile pairing options available. Try this uniquely complex gem with anything ranging from hard cheeses ...
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93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2005 109 Gran Reserva is old vine, head-pruned Xarello with 10% Chardonnay kept in bottle with the lees for no less than 109 months until it is released, but the 'sur lie' can be much longer—in fact, until you decide to pull the cork, as the bottles are sold without being disgorged. It's therefore cloudy and full of lees (depending on how much you shake the bottle!), which help prevent oxidation in the wine and continue evolving in the bottle. I have been greatly impressed with this bottling in the past and w...

100% Rozaki made with no added sulfur. *Natural Wine, Orange Wine*
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About this producer: "INIZI Wines was founded by two couples, A.J. and Jen Filipelli and John and Kirsti Harley in 2012. A series of random events brought us together… Founders A.J. and John became friends while attending Fresno State University. A.J. studied Viticulture (farming of grapes) and John studied Enology (winemaking). Their mutual love of wine made them quick and life-long friends. In 2012, with a little marketing help from their wives, INIZI was born. John is a Sonoma winemaker who is known for his award-winning wines."
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Caduceus Cellars is a winery in Jerome, Arizona, United States. It is owned by Maynard James Keenan, who is best known as the vocalist for Grammy Award-winning progressive metal band Tool. He is descended from Northern Italian winemakers. While the winery is named after caduceus, an ancient symbol for commerce and staff of the Greek god Hermes, the vineyard is named Merkin Vineyards, after a pubic wig.
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