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95 points Wine & Spirits: "Wells Guthrie made this wine after selling Copain to Jackson Family in 2016. A blend of syrah from the High Rock, Yorkville Estate and Hawk’s Butte vineyards, all between 1,200 to 1,600 feet in altitude, this was fermented with ambient yeasts, then aged in neutral barriques for 18 months. It starts out with the scent of a field of lavender. Then, between the wine’s tactile gentleness and lasting coastal forest scents, it develops into a glorious Pacific coast red. (JG) " (02/2020) 93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Nicely ripe fruit...
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This Pinot Noir is made from 100% Pommard clone, and it's fermented like the "minimal interventionalists" like best: whole berry, native yeast fermentation, and aged for 11 months on the lees in not once, or twice, but third-use French oak cooperage. It's bottled unfiltered, and the whole production is just 56 cases from a 500 liter puncheon.
Price: $19.99

91 points Wine Enthusiast: "*Best Buy* Note to be published in Nov 2020" (11/2020)
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2015 Copain "Wendling Vineyard" Anderson Valley Pinot Noir (Elsewhere $60) (Elsewhere $60)
Top Pick!
95 points Vinous: "The 2015 Pinot Noir Wendling is a total knock-out. Pliant, supple and engaging, with terrific fruit presence, the Wendling is superb. All the elements fall into place effortlessly in a textured, deeply layered Pinot that captures all the best qualities of Anderson Valley. Rose petal, lavender, mint and spice notes develop with time in the glass. The 2015 is endowed with compelling inner perfume, resonant fruit and total class. What a gorgeous wine it is. Drink 2018-2028. (AG)" (01/2018)
Price: $39.95

94 points Vinous: "Marietta's 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon Game Trail is powerful, dark and quite savory. Smoke, tobacco, gravel, menthol, cedar and licorice all run through this bold, pungent mountain Cabernet. There is quite a bit of aromatic intensity to play off the blackberry fruit in this strapping young wine. Give it a few years in bottle for the tannins to soften. (AG)" (05/2019) 92 points Wine Enthusiast: "This well-made and well-polished wine is bold in flavor and full bodied, but achieves good balance via fruit acidity and moderate tannins that b...
Price: $29.95

It isn't often that a winery's SRP, or "suggested retail price," is about the same as the great prices that we can offer, or in the case of bigger brands, elsewhere in the retail market. Often, they're a good $5 higher at the winery. But Husch lists their 2018 Sauvignon Blanc for just $15. That's just the kind of winery they are. Still family-owned in Mendocino's Anderson Valley, Husch has been producing Sauvignon Blanc since 1980. They source this wine from their partners down the hill in between Ukiah and Hopland. Although here it's not called the Russ...
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By now we know that cool, foggy nights and warm, sun-filled days are necessary for ripening ever-fickle Pinot Noir, which is why there are few places in California more suited to the grape than the Anderson Valley.
Price: $29.95

A co-fermented blend of Grenache Blanc, Albariño and Verdelho, from Suisun Valley.
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Wine Spectator: "Pear, apple and citrus flavors are fresh and light on a crisp frame, finishing with a note of Key lime. (MW, Web-2020)" K&L Notes: It isn't often that a winery's SRP, or "suggested retail price," is about the same as the great prices that we can offer, or in the case of bigger brands, elsewhere in the retail market. Often, they're a good $5 higher at the winery. But Husch lists their 2018 Sauvignon Blanc for just $15. That's just the kind of winery they are. Still family-owned in Mendocino's Anderson Valley, Husch has been producing Sau...
Price: $14.95

From the producer: "The Anderson Valley is now world-renowned for its Pinot Noir grapes. Yet back in 1971 when Husch planted the first Pinot in the Valley many nay-sayers thought red grapes were a losing proposition for the region. Since that risky decision, history has proven that the warm days and cool nights of the region are near perfect for ripening Pinot Noir."
Price: $12.95

93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Potent aromas of rose petals and lychee fruit lead to extremely fruity, exuberant peach, honey and grapefruit flavors in this delicious dessert wine. It has impressive depth and concentration, seductive sweetness and a rich texture that encourages a long, lingering finish. *Editors' Choice* (JG)" (04/2020) K&L Notes: Anderson Valley winegrowers say there's a distinct character to their region's Gewürztraminer — no wonder that for many years the valley has held a beloved little festival that celebrates Alsace-style wines abov...
Price: $24.99


2016 Rhys Vineyards "Alesia" Anderson Valley Pinot Noir
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91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2016 Alesia Pinot Noir Anderson Valley is unabashedly delicious, bursting with fragrant aromas of dried flowers, raspberries, wild plums and sweet forest floor. On the palate, the wine is medium-bodied, supple and satiny, with a juicy core of succulent, mouthwatering fruit that's framed by melting tannins. This bottling is already expressive, and I'd expect it to drink well for a decade, perhaps more. Note that this vintage hails entirely from Kevin Harvey's Bearwallow Vineyard...beginning with the 2016 vinta...
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90 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Starting with the 2017 Pinot Noir Anderson Valley, which comes from multiple sites in the Anderson Valley and spent 16 months in 60% new French oak, it has a juicy berry-fruited nose as well as ample violets, candied orange peel, and spice-driven aromas and flavors. It's one of the more approachable wines in the lineup yet still has classic Anderson Valley structure and minerality, medium body, and a great finish." (05/2020) K&L Notes: Robert Parker writes: "This Pinot Noir project encompasses four vineyards with 19 separate clo...
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Faith Armstrong Foster is the winemaker behind the wines of Onward. From the winery: The Cerise Vineyard site is a gift to Pinot Noir lovers; coastal, steep, rocky and rugged, producing extremely low yields and intense clusters. This steep hillside vineyard’s elevation ranges from 650-1000 feet. Its rocky and moderately-low-nutrient soils limit yield and overall vigor, which results in both small berries and clusters. The site is close to the ocean, which provides a morning fog layer and afternoon coastal breezes that moderate the summer heat. Cerise Vin...
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Roederer Estate Anderson Valley Brut Sparkling Wine
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92 points Decanter: "First overall in the sparkling category. Louis Roederer's outpost in California's cool Anderson Valley is a stylistic chip off the old block. The blend includes a considerable portion of reserve wine that's been oak-aged, making for a rich, weighty mouthful of creamy bubbles. Malolactic fermentation is suppressed in order to preserve acidity but a healthy dosage of 12g/l adds to its girth. What this sparkler lacks in zip, it makes up in texture and concentration. Lots of baked apple and toasted cashews here. (MM)" (10/2018) 92 poin...
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93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The current release of the NV Brut Rosé is made up mainly of fruit from the 2015 vintage and is a blend of 55% Pinot Noir and 45% Chardonnay. It was made with about nine grams per liter dosage and was disgorged in March of 2019. Pale salmon-pink in color, it has a lively nose of red berries, crushed stone, musk melon, floral hints and citrus peel and a bright and fresh palate with loads of perfumed red berries and energetic mousse, finishing long and uplifted. (EB)" (09/2020) 92 points Wine Spectator: "Festive ...
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William Allen is a wine blogger turned winemaker who founded Two Shepherds winery in 2010 and was later joined by partner Karen Daenen who heads up consumer research for one of the largest U.S. wineries. According to the winery, the "Wiley" wine was inspired by the couple's cat, and is produced by placing Carignan clusters in a sealed tank filled with carbon dioxide to create a lighter bodied wine with "intense, fresh berry aromatics" and "complex and fun flavors."
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94 points Vinous: "The 2018 Pinot Noir Mid Elevation is absolutely gorgeous. Finely cut and nuanced, the 2018 is wonderfully translucent and yet, there is plenty of depth too, a combination that is super-appealing in my book. Freshly cut flowers, bright red/purplish fruit, mint and chalk all run through this wonderfully inviting, nuanced Pinot. This is such a classy wine. (AG)" (04/2020) 93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Great balance and an elegant texture give this medium-bodied wine a lot of charm. Intricate aromas of cinnamon, clove and sour cherry meet ...
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95 points Wine Enthusiast: "Aromas of earth, new oak and new leather give this fascinating wine a great start, while rich, warm flavors of ripe black cherry, baking spice, cedar and rhubarb follow on the palate. It's oaky and spicy in a good way, and is fully balanced by nervy fruit and light tannins for a fresh texture and lingering finish. *Editors' Choice* (JG)" (06/2019) K&L Notes: Winemaker's Notes: "Mariah Vineyard is set in Mendocino Ridge, a remote and higher elevation appellation that is sort of the wild west of Pinot Noir growing in Mendocino...
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Vinous: "Pale-medium red. High-toned aromas of redcurrant, tobacco leaf and mint. More textured and concentrated than the Montgomery bottling but with more smoke and earth flavors and less primary pinot fruit. Not especially complex or sharply defined but has good palate presence. Finishes with fine tannins and a minty nuance. (ST)" (05/2001) K&L Notes: Hank Skewis retired his low-key, under-the-radar, self-named operation in 2017, having spent a career as winemaker at Lambert Bridge, Mill Creek, and a stint in Burgundy. He was early in getting premium...
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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "This is an assertive, flavorful and robust wine, with a medium to full body, a mouthfilling texture and fine-beaded bubbles. A creamy viscosity and wonderful layers of butter, apple, vanilla and ginger make for a delicious palate. *Editors' Choice* (JG)" (12/2017) 93 points Wine Spectator: "Seamless and silky, showing an almost effortless sense of complexity, with notes of lemon and pear paired with toasty brioche, fresh ginger and hazelnut details. *Top 100 Wines of 2018, Smart Buys* (TF)" (05/2018) 92 points Decanter: "F...

2017 Goldeneye Anderson Valley Pinot Noir
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90 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Starting with the 2017 Pinot Noir Anderson Valley, which comes from multiple sites in the Anderson Valley and spent 16 months in 60% new French oak, it has a juicy berry-fruited nose as well as ample violets, candied orange peel, and spice-driven aromas and flavors. It's one of the more approachable wines in the lineup yet still has classic Anderson Valley structure and minerality, medium body, and a great finish." (05/2020)
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95 points Vinous: "The 2018 Petite Sirah Tierra Theopolis Vineyard is a deep, powerful wine. Black cherry, black plum, black pepper, menthol, licorice and chocolate infuse the Petite with tons of complexity and nuance. This is such a gorgeous, captivating expression of Petite. In a word: superb! (AG)" (04/2020) 91-93 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Last of the barrel samples, the 2018 Petite Sirah is another exceedingly elegant, seamless wine from Gordon’s estate vineyard. Deep purple-hued with notes of blueberries, California bay leaf, violets, and bouquet garni...
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90 points Wine Spectator: "Fresh and fruity, with buoyant raspberry and cherry flavors, backed by crisp acidity. The lithe finish offers light mineral and spice notes. (KM, Web Only-2020)" K&L Notes: Erin Brooks writes in the Wine Advocate: "Copain has a new winemaker. Ryan Zepaltas came on board in 2017 for blending, and 2018 will be his first official full vintage. 'We are not going to change our style,' he says. 'We are still making wines in a more restrained style from Anderson Valley, Mendocino and the Sonoma Coast.'"
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92 points Wine Spectator: "Spirited and zesty, with lively cherry and smoky cracked pepper flavors that frolic on the long finish toward well-groomed tannins. *Smart Buys* (TF)" (04/2019)
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93 points James Suckling: "This is very old chenin, planted around 1960, and it has a terrific fusion of lemons, apples and pears with a succulent, sturdy, and dense feel to the palate and plenty of smooth-honed texture. Impressive. Drink or hold. " (09/2019) 91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2018 Chenin Blanc comes from a 47-year-old dry-farmed vineyard. It was barrel fermented and bottled unfiltered. The nose opens slowly, giving up minerally aromas of crushed stone, sliced Bosc pear, fresh white blossoms and bruised red apple. It’s revea...
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95 points Wine Enthusiast: "No. 28 in Top 100 Wines of 2020 - Arresting raspberry and rosemary aromas lead to lip-smacking, fresh crushed-berry flavors in this medium- to full-bodied wine made with an unusually high 40% of whole clusters. Its moderate tannins and good acidity lift the gorgeous fruit flavors nicely. Best from 2024. *Cellar Selection* (JG)" (09/2020)
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91 points Wine Enthusiast: "Complex fruit flavors and a snappy texture make this medium-bodied wine both refreshing and satisfying. Brilliant sour cherry and rich grapefruit notes light up the palate. (JG)" (08/2020) K&L Notes: Winemaker's Notes: "The 2019 Mendocino County Rosé is a lovely shade of pale salmon with aromas of rose water, salinity and fresh picked strawberries. Bright flavors of juicy cantaloupe and honeydew melon are highlighted by a touch of Meyer lemon. Racy acidity and elegance are balanced perfectly in this dry, crisp Rosé. Fruit f...
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94 points Vinous: "The 2017 Pinot Noir Comptche Ridge is one of the most intriguing, layered Pinots in this range, as it so often is. Bright and precise in feel, the Comptche Ridge is built on a palpable sense of linear energy. A whole range of savory, floral and mineral notes, along with the wine's saline underpinnings give the Comptche Ridge a truly distinctive personality. It is, once again, one of my personal favorites in this range. (AG) *Note this review is for the Anthill Farms bottling of Comptche Ridge. It is the same wine bottled under the esta...
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Winemaker's Notes: "Alder Springs Vineyard is known for producing exceptional fruit, specifically focusing on Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Syrah, and Rhone red and white varietals on its 6,000 acre ranch (only about 140 acres are planted) in Northern Mendocino, just 10 miles from the Pacific Ocean and ranging from 1,700 to 2,700 feet of elevation. The Trousseau yield varies greatly due to being a favorite of the local bear population. In 2019, we got a whopping 1.33 tons. It had been our desire to make this wine using carbonic fermentation and this year we ha...
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Winery Notes: "A quaffable blend of 50% Chardonnay, 50% Malvasia from the Mendocino AVA. The Malvasia is fermented and aged in stainless steel. 65% chardonnay is fermented and aged in stainless steel and the remaining 35% is fermented and aged in neutral French oak. Delicate, frizzante style bubbles. Jasmine flowers, fresh baked french bread, honeysuckle, fresh yellow peach, meyer lemon, green apple. Try with sushi, ramen, roast chicken, dan dan noodles, thai food."
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92 points Wine Enthusiast: "This layered wine comes from the neighbors’ grapes, largely the noted Ferrington Vineyard, and offers enticing apple-pie aromas, ripe and zesty citrus and apple-skin flavors and a nicely tangy, almost chewy texture. Aged in 95% used oak barrels, it’s a complex and tempting wine. *Editors’ Choice* (JG)" (08/2020) K&L Notes: Les Voisins, meaning "the neighbors" in French, is an hommage to the great, small-production grape growers in California. Copain sources fruit from the cool Anderson Valley to fashion this Chardonnay.
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91 points Wine Enthusiast: "This firm-textured, tannic wine is the first Drew GSM we’ve tasted, and it captures plenty of black-fruit flavors lifted by good acidity. It seems more lean than the winery’s Syrahs in recent vintages and may need time to mellow. (JG)" (10/2020) 90 points Wine Spectator: "Precise and well-built, with expressive red plum, fresh tarragon and smoked pepper flavors that build tension toward well-groomed tannins. Syrah, Mourvèdre and Grenache. (TF)" (04/2020)
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93 points Vinous: "Pale straw in color. The aromas consist of crushed rocks and flint with Meyer lemon and lychee notes. The entry is fresh and Vibrant with citrus, stone fruits and wet stones with a touch of salinity hinting at the soils oceanic origins. There is an elegance and energy to the wine that aligns the mineral and energized fruit notes consistently from the front of the palate to the back. This lean beautiful Chardonnay is zesty and balanced with energized intensity while still being light on its feet. Enjoy! (AG)" (04/2020) K&L Notes: Win...
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Vinous: "Medium red. Perfumed aromas of red cherry and raspberry, with a whiff of forest floor. Sweeter and fuller in the middle than the Montgomery Vineyard pinot, but the flavors are somewhat diffuse. Finishes with rather fine tannins. (ST)" (05/2001) K&L Notes: Hank Skewis retired his low-key, under-the-radar, self-named operation in 2017, having spent a career as winemaker at Lambert Bridge, Mill Creek, and a stint in Burgundy. He was early in getting premium fruit from the Anderson Valley, and the famed Floodgate vineyard, back in 1994, before it ...
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95 points Wine Enthusiast: "This nervy, vivid and well-balanced wine is a bit subtle in the aromas of baking spices and warm earth. It deepens and broadens on the palate, offering mouthwatering red cherry, raspberry and rhubarb flavors. There’s an exciting tension between the fruitiness and fine-grained tannins. *Cellar Selection* (JG)" (09/2020) K&L Notes: Winemaker's Notes: "At a roughly 900 foot elevation near Philo, Roland and Barbara Wentzel’s10-acre vineyard is organically farmed within a expansive 300+ acre forested property. The Wentzels live m...
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Winemaker's Notes: "Halcon vineyard is planted high atop the mountainous Yorkville Highlands, in thin, rocky chaparral soils rich with mica-schist, fractured quartz and shale. The vineyard is densely planted with rows planted NNW to provide even sunlight exposure and shade. The northerly location, ocean exposure and altitude all combine to offer ideal conditions to grow cool climate Syrah. While harvest yields from Halcon are often small, given the small clusters and berries and extreme growing conditions, we could not be happier to be receiving fruit fo...
Price: $34.95

Winery notes: "Deep purple garnet color, this wine has overflowing aromas of dried hibiscus flower and smoked paprika with hints of forest floor and mint. The palate is dense and rich, packed with flavors of sassafrass, wild blueberry compote, and baking spice. This wine is a full and intense expression of Pinot Noir, perfectly balanced with toasted oak and vibrant acidity on the lengthy finish."
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This is the first vintage of Kiser Combe de Grès from the Kiser vineyard, 10 miles from the ocean in the Anderson Valley. It comes from a section of hillside vines where a narrow ravine travels from the upper block to the lower block, where the soils change from decomposed sandstone to rich clay with gravelly sandstone. The wine was aged for 15 months in one-third new French oak. Only three barrels of this wine was produced. Winery note: " With the richness of Kiser 'en Bas', combined with the floral, delicate features of Kiser 'en Haut,' 'Combe de Grés'...
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This wine comes from a vineyard located in the Southern-eastern hills near the city of Ukiah. Planted in the mid-1970s on a gentle slope in Pinole gravelly loam soils, the old Chenin Blanc vines yield tiny, beautifully concentrated berries - thus the name Peaberry. According to the winery, the grapes were picked on September 19th at 20.3 Brix. The grapes were whole - cluster pressed to tank for cold settling. Then juice was racked to neutral French oak and Acacia barrels for fermentation using spontaneous yeast. The wine was aged for five months and comp...
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92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2005 Syrah Alder Springs Vineyard The Terraces is co-fermented with 3% Viognier, aged in 100% new oak, and while not the biggest and boldest wine in the Pax portfolio, it is exuberant, with notes of blueberry liqueur intermixed with licorice, a perfumed floral character, medium to full body, and wonderful opulence in an enthralling/endearing character that says, 'Drink me now.' (RP)" (12/2007)
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94 points Vinous: "The 2017 Alturas is another stellar wine in this range. Rich and deep in feel, the 2017 has a bit more body than is typical for the Halcón wines, and yet it retains all of the signatures of the house style. Firm tannins wrap around a core of red fruit, licorice, wild flowers, herbs and rose petal. The 2017 is pretty alluring today, but it will be even better in another few years' time, once all the elements have come together a bit more fully. (AG)" (04/2020) 92 points John Gilman: "The 2017 Syrah 'Alturas' from Halcón Vineyards incl...
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