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  • 2017 Hartford Court ‘Land’s Edge Vineyards’ Pinot Noir

    $46.00
    WE 93
    Wine Enthusiast 93 ~ Crisp tones of raspberry and strawberry give this coastal-driven red a sense of place and tangy freshness. The acidity is spread evenly throughout on the robust palate, while a forest floor tone and dense tannins add complexity and balanced weight.
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  • 2016 Ramey ‘Rochioli Vineyard’ Chardonnay

    $62.00
    WS 94 JD 95 WE 98
    Wine Enthusiast 98 ~ The second vintage of this vineyard-designate is a standout: beautifully crafted to reflect its meticulously farmed fruit and master winemaking. Brioche, honeyed apple, anise and pear wrap around crisp acidity and integrated oak, the wine’s innate power balanced within an elegant framework of structure and graceful texture.
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  • 2017 Patz & Hall Sonoma Coast Chardonnay

    $31.00
    JD 92 WE 90
    Wine Enthusiast 90 ~ Tight, tart layers of stone fruit and apple highlight an increasingly soft, appealing midpalate. It shows integrated oak, tannin and weight for a highly appealing result.
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  • 2018 LIOCO Chardonnay

    $24.00
    Tasting Notes ~ The fruit was hand-harvested, destemmed, and the berries broken before being pressed (the majority to stainless steel tanks, and the balance to large neutral oak casks). Fermented on the fine lees, with no battonage for 8 months. Malolactic fermentation occurred naturally and finished completely. Aromas of Bartlett pear, bay laurel, seashell. Flavor of lemon drops, tomato leaf, fennel pollen.
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    2016 Cornell Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon

    $175.00
    WA 93 JS 97 DC 95 VN 97
    Vinous 97 ~ The 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon shows just how far the estate has progressed in just the last few years. Powerful and explosive, with tremendous aromatic intensity, the 2016 is a rapturously beautiful wine. Dark cherry, mocha, bittersweet chocolate, new leather, spice, sage, and lavender add layers of understated nuance and complexity in this riveting, stunningly dramatic mountain Cabernet Sauvignon. The 2016 shuts down quickly after opening, which is probably a very good thing for its aging prospects. The 2016 is an extraordinary and deeply moving wine from Cornell.
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    2017 Boich Family Cellar ‘Ritchie Vineyard’ Chardonnay

    $114.00
    Tasting Notes ~ A full expression of ripe stone and citrus fruits burst forth on the nose, pear, sliced pineapple and kaffir lime aromas are reflected on the textured and creamy palate, while the mid-palate lifts with bright crushed river stone and citrus peel minerality, pulling the flavors along a finish that seems to linger over a minute after tasting.
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    2018 Littorai ‘B.A. Thieriot Vineyard’ Chardonnay

    $96.00
    WA 94 VN 94
    Robert Parker's Wine Advocate 94 ~ The 2018 Chardonnay B.A. Thieriot Vineyard is shy at this stage, offering touches of gunflint, saline and white blossom with notes of hazelnut, toast and quince. The medium-bodied palate takes its time to open to bright, tangy flavor layers in a rounded, satiny frame and with a long finish. Give this the time it deserves in bottle, as it's currently very shy.
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    2017 Occidental ‘Occidental Station Vineyard’ Pinot Noir

    $105.00
    WA 95 JD 96
    Jeb Dunnick 96 ~ Coming from a more inland vineyard that’s one of the first to be harvested, the 2017 Pinot Noir Occidental Station Vineyard sports a deeper ruby/purple color as well as a tighter yet intense style carrying lots of almost blue fruits, violets, peppery spice, and spring flowers. Despite showing ample power and richness, it has a vivid spine of acidity, ripe, present tannins, and a great finish, all pointing to a solid decade or more of prime drinking. I think it will show every more complexity with a year or two of bottle age.
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  • 2013 Thomas George Estates Pinot Noir

    $21.00
    Tasting Notes ~ Succulent red fruit and cherry aromas complement hints of cola. Explosive flavors of wild berry and dark blue fruit dominate the mid-palate with undertones of thyme and rosemary. Fine tannins and bright acidity frame the wine to create a highly complex finish.
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  • 2014 Wayfarer ‘Golden Mean’ Pinot Noir

    $120.00
    WA 94 WE 97
    Wine Enthusiast 97 ~ Dark, brooding cinnamon and fleshy black plum provide an exciting, complex counterpoint to the rakish earthiness and exotic Asian spice going on in this full-bodied, explosively compelling wine, its minerality lingering. It's young and still tightly coiled, with lingering minerality; let it open to enjoy now, but it would show best after some time, so cellar through 2024. Cellar Selection
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  • 2013 Wayfarer ‘Golden Mean’ Pinot Noir

    $89.00
    WA 92 JS 95 WE 95
    Wine Enthusiast 95 ~ Lush and velvety, this wine offers big, dark cherry flavor around a tangy minerality. From three vineyard blocks planted to Pommard and Swan clones, it balances opposites in the way full-bodied luxuriousness meets acidity-driven juiciness, creating a desire for more. Let this wine open in the glass or cellar through 2023. Cellar Selection
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  • 2016 Fort Ross Vineyard ‘FRV’ Chardonnay

    $43.00
    WA 91
    Robert Parker's Wine Advocate 91 ~ The 2016 Chardonnay Fort Ross Vineyard gives up notions of warm applesauce, poached pears and honey toast with a waft of lemon peel. The palate is medium-bodied with appealing freshness and plenty of spicy stone fruit and apple flavors, finishing on a honey-nut note.
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  • 2015 Jeff Cohn Cellars ‘Rockpile Vineyard’ Syrah

    $91.00
    WS 90 WA 95
    Robert Parker's Wine Advocate 95 ~ The 2015 Syrah Haley Rockpile Vineyard is medium to deep garnet-purple in color with compelling scents of violets, wilted roses, kirsch and baking spices over a core of wild blueberries and black cherries with wafts of lavender, garrigue and wild thyme. Full-bodied, opulent and possessing a myriad of floral and spicy sparks in the black-fruited mouth, it has a beautiful plush texture and wonderful freshness, finishing very long.
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  • 2015 Ram’s Gate ‘El Diablo Vineyard’ Pinot Noir

    $80.00
    WA 93
    Robert Parker's Wine Advocate 93 ~ Pale to medium ruby-purple colored, the 2015 Pinot Noir El Diablo Vineyard opens with black raspberries, black cherries and violets on the nose with hints of chocolate box and cinnamon stick. The palate is medium to full-bodied with a firm frame of ripe, grainy tannins and plenty of freshness, finishing long and spicy. 325 cases produced.
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