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    2015 Hartford Court ‘Fog Dance Vineyard’ Chardonnay

    $81.00
    JD 96WE 94
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  • 2016 The Bedrock Wine Co. ‘The Bedrock Heritage’

    $48.00
    WS 94WA 94WE 94
    Robert Parker's Wine Advocate 94: Medium ruby-purple, the 2018 Bedrock Vineyard Heritage opens with fantastic perfume: ripe peach, sliced blueberries, warm red cherries, underbrush, violet and dried tangerine peel with nuances of crushed stone, dried hollyhock and exotic spices. Medium-bodied, it floods the mouth with singularly perfumed fruit layers, with a chewy frame and wicked freshness, finishing long and evolving.
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    2016 Cornell Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon

    $175.00
    WA 93JS 97DC 95VN 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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    2016 Coursey Graves ‘Bennett Mountain Estate’

    $64.00
    Tasting Notes Classic Bordeaux flavors stand out with black fruit, cassis, and hints of crushed rock, while supple tannins provide excellent structure for a long, satisfying finish. This wine is ready to drink now or age beautifully for another 15 years.
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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 94VN 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.
    Vinous 94: The 2018 Chardonnay Thieriot Vineyard is by far the most expressive of the 2018 Littorai Chardonnays. Slate, crushed rocks, lemon confit, mint and a touch of new French oak add character. Airy and yet deep, with striking textural complexity, the Thieriot has so much going on.
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  • 2018 Occidental ‘Freestone-Occidental’ Pinot Noir

    $77.00
    WA 95VN 94
    Robert Parker's Wine Advocate 95: The 2018 Pinot Noir Freestone-Occidental comes mostly from younger vines at the Occidental property but is made with the same attention to detail as the other wines in the portfolio, using free-run juice. Its nose is an aromatic well, offering crushed blueberries, charcuterie, Earl Grey tea leaves, graphite, saline, bitter orange peel and potpourri aromas. In the mouth, it explodes with lush fruits that give way after their initial rush to bitter, citrusy, minerally accents. It has a fine grain, seamless freshness and long, layered finish. It's enjoyable now but will age well over the next five to eight-plus years.
    Vinous 94: The 2018 Pinot Noir Freestone Occidental is a truly remarkable wine. Maybe that is the vintage, or the added complexity the vines are acquiring with time, but the 2018 Freestone Occidental makes me incredibly curious to taste the rest of the 2018s. Bright, focused and beautifully sculpted, the 2018 is a wine of total elegance and finesse. Moreover, it captures the savory, energetic, saline style that is so typical of this part of the Sonoma Coast.
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    2017 Occidental ‘Occidental Station Vineyard’ Pinot Noir

    $105.00
    WA 95JD 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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  • 2018 Crossbarn Chardonnay

    $24.00
    WA 90JS 92JD 90
    Robert Parker's Wine Advocate 90: “The 2018 Chardonnay from Crossbarn is made without oak and bottled early to preserve a clean, crisp style. It has an inviting nose of Red Delicious apples, warm hay, clover honey, saline and crushed shell with loads of warm stone fruits and a toasty note. Light to medium-bodied, it struts the line between fresh citrus and savory character, finishing lifted and refreshing, with a touch of texture.”
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  • 2013 Thomas George Estate 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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  • 2017 Ridge ‘Three Valleys’

    $28.00
    WS 91WA 91
    Wine Spectator 91: Lively and well-built, with expressive cherry, roasted dill and white pepper flavors that glide toward refined tannins. Zinfandel, Petite Sirah, Carignane and Grenache.
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  • 2015 Alma Fria ‘Plural’ Chardonnay

    $48.00
    VN 92
    Vinous 92: The 2015 Chardonnay Plural is soft, pliant and super-expressive. Apricot, orchard fruit, smoke, chamomile and floral notes give the 2015 lovely texture to match its understated, gracious personality. This is a very pretty, appellation-level Chardonnay that nicely balances the richness of the year with a good bit of freshness. Fruit sources are Campbell Ranch and Zephyr Farms. Drinking window: 2018-2022.
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  • 2015 Alma Fria ‘Campbell Ranch’ Chardonnay

    $55.00
    VN 94
    Vinous 94: The 2015 Chardonnay Campbell Ranch is translucent, striking and highly nuanced. Orange peel, butter, honey and light tropical notes all flesh out in the glass. The flavor profile is pure Hyde Wente clone – with all of its natural richness – and yet structurally the wine is medium in body and super-refined. Drinking window: 2018-2022.
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  • 2014 Wayfarer ‘Golden Mean’ Pinot Noir

    $120.00
    WA 94JD 94WE 97
    Robert Parker's Wine Advocate 94: 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
    Jeb Dunnick 94: A blend that's made from a mix of Pommard and Swan, the 2014 Pinot Noir Golden Mean is another sensational 2014. Incredibly perfumed, with raspberry, violets, peach and floral notes, this beauty is elegant, seamless and pure on the palate, with the good acidity, and a seamlessness that's hard to believe. It picks up more spice and forest floor notes with time in the glass, has a big core of sweet fruit, and impeccable overall balance. It’s great today, but will easily continue drinking nicely through 2026.
    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

    $120.00
    WA 92JS 95JD 92WE 95
    Robert Parker's Wine Advocate 92: The Golden Mean is made exclusively from Pommard and Swan clones. Medium to deep ruby colored, the 2013 Pinot Noir Golden Mean has a savory, sautéed herbs-led nose with earthy notes of mossy bark, loam and dried leaves over a gentle red currant jelly and raspberry tart core. The medium-bodied palate has a wonderfully firm, chewy texture that nicely corrals the vibrant red fruits and earthy layers, finishing with a refreshing lift.
    James Suckling 95: Lightening acidity here with vibrant and ripe fruit that gives depth and beauty. Wonderful verve to this well-crafted pinot. Such energy. Drink or hold.
    Jeb Dunnick 92: The 2013 Pinot Noir Golden Mean is a beautiful complete, tight, Burgundian-styled effort that needs to be left alone for another 2-3 years. Black cherry, violets, blueberry and sappy floral notes emerge from this medium to full-bodied, structured 2013 that has bright acidity, excellent concentration and plenty of length on the finish.
    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 Chardonnay

    $43.00
    WA 91JD 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.
    Jeb Dunnick 91: The 2016 Chardonnay FRV Fort Ross Vineyard is a beauty. Clean, classic, and medium-bodied, with good acidity as well as notes of buttered orchard fruits and spice, it has plenty of fruit, good balance, and a classic Chardonnay profile.
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  • 2016 RAEN ‘Home Field Vineyard’ Pinot Noir

    $110.00
    WA 94JS 97
    Robert Parker's Wine Advocate 94: Pale to medium ruby-purple colored, the 2016 Pinot Noir Home Field Vineyard gives up notes of black tea, scorched earth, raspberries and wild blueberries with fragrant wafts of lilacs and rose hips plus a suggestion of charcuterie. Medium-bodied, intensely fruited and tightly wound, the palate is taut, muscular and lively with bags of energy down to the long, perfumed finish.
    James Suckling 97: This has impressive, fragrant complexity with an abundance of sweetly spiced red cherries and wild berries. Super expressive nose. The palate is seamlessly delivered with pristine red cherries and a smoothly layered texture that has been expertly crafted. Stunning Sonoma Coast pinot. Drink or hold.
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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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