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2014 Rhys "Bearwallow Vineyard" Anderson Valley Pinot Noir
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94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2014 Pinot Noir Bearwallow Vineyard is a solid step up over the Anderson Valley release and has more tension, elegance and precision. Offering up classic notes of strawberries, spice, black cherries and a touch of sous bois, it has medium to full-bodied richness, terrific purity of fruit and integrated acidity. Give bottles a year or two and drink through 2026. While the majority of 2014s are charming and supple, that’s certainly not the case with these latest releases from Kevin Harvey. I found all of his 20...

2015 Skylark "Red Belly" North Coast Rhône Blend (Previously $20) (Previously $20)
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90 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Another great value is the 2015 Skylark Red Belly, a deliciously gulpable blend of 42% Carignan, 30% Grenache, and 28% Syrah brought up in neutral barrels. It has loads of mulled cherries, red currants, leather, and peppery herb aromatics, medium body, a forward, supple, elegant texture, and a great finish, all making for a seriously easy quaffing, high quality red worth drinking." (11/2018) K&L Notes: Skylark is a micro-small winery operation spearheaded by two wine industry veterans cum San Francisco taste makers: John Lancast...

2016 Rhys "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...

2018 Kalinda Anderson Valley Pinot Noir
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This is one of those very special private label bottlings, the maker of which we are forbidden to disclose. If you’re an aficionado of Anderson Valley and “true” Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir, you undoubtedly have tasted their wines before and may have some in your cellar (if you’re lucky). The folks behind this bottle craft some of the finest wines of the appellation and their single-vineyard bottlings are highly sought after, coveted by collectors and sommeliers alike.
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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...

This Syrah is grown in a cool climate, and has open, perfumed aromatics with black berry fruit, cassis, and sage on the nose. On the palate it transitions to medium body with fresh acidity, mild tannin and a long follow through. Loads of concentrated blueberry fruit complement the slightly earthy notes that come into play on the close. We highly recommend this with roasted lamb dishes, and smoked game. Winemaker's notes: "Lots of spice and all things nice! Dark chocolate and coffee notes. Perhaps with a hint of bay leaf and clove. These wines have the t...
Price: $34.95

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...
Price: $49.95

92 points Wine Enthusiast: "Saturated with dark, almost jammy fruit flavors, this is an extremely flavorful and nicely dry wine that also has great structure. An intensely dark color leads to blackberry and boysenberry aromas, distinctive blackberry and black-pepper flavors and a rich mouthfeel that is well-laced by fine-grained tannins. *Editors' Choice* (JG)" (03/2018) Wine Spectator: "Briary and brawny, with zesty wild berry, dusty anise and smoky cracked pepper flavors. Drink now through 2022. (TF)" (10/2018)




95 points Wine Enthusiast: "This wine is practically enchanting with its myriad aromas, lively texture and layers of intricate fruit, spice and woodsy flavors. It offers tones of tart red cherry, rhubarb and cranberry, with enough body and richness to nicely balance those lean characteristics. *Editors’ Choice* (JG)" (06/2018) 90 points Vinous: "2015 Pinot Noir The Fog-Eater is one of the more supple and accessible wines in the range today. Sweet red cherry and rose petal overtones are nicely pushed forward, with soft contours, silky tannins and a love...

From the producer: "70% SYRAH, 25% PETITE SIRAH, 5% VIOGNIER. Vineyards are all located in Mendocino County - a mix of ancient alluvial soils and volcanic materials at elevations ranging from 700- 1200 feet. Grapes were harvested over a period of a month from mid-September to mid-October for optimal ripeness according to variety and elevation. The grapes were then destemmed into tank for daily pumpovers and an 18 day maceration period. Wild yeast primary fermentation in tank (Syrah & Viognier co-fermented) followed by racking in to a combination of fou...
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91 points Wine Enthusiast: "Concentrated, bright and focused fruit flavors feel shaped by a moderate oak influence in this full-bodied and nicely structured wine. A good amount of tannin wraps the raspberry and blackberry flavors in a firm texture. (JG)" (12/2016) Wine Spectator: "Ripe and loaded with pepper, plus appealing notes of smoky plum, herb and anise. (TF, Web Only-2016)"

93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Subtle, intricate aromas and equally sophisticated flavors of baking spices, tamarind and cherries make this a fascinating wine to taste. It’s full bodied but lithe. Energizing acidity and firm tannins give it great structure and help carry the complex flavors through a lingering finish. *Editors' Choice* (JG)" (09/2017) K&L Notes: Winemaker's notes: "Our second vintage from the Helluva Vineyard in the sleepy little town of Boonville. Another drought year led to deep concentration in the berries yet they retained their acid....

Located in the Mendocino appellation of Yorkville Highlands, Halcón overlooks Anderson Valley and the Pacific beyond. It's one of the highest vineyards in California. The northerly location, ocean exposure, and altitude combine to produce a climate remarkably reminiscent to the Northern Rhône region of France.
Price: $29.95

2015 Rhys "Bearwallow Vineyard" Anderson Valley Pinot Noir (375ml)
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94 points Vinous: "The 2015 Pinot Noir Bearwallow Vineyard is a total knock-out. Rich, explosive and forward, the 2015 possesses striking fruit intensity and purity in every dimension. Dark red and bluish-hued fruits and ripe, silky tannins add to the wine's immediacy. This is an especially plush style for Rhys, but it works beautifully. The 2015 will be even better in another few years, but it will prove virtually impossible to resist young. (AG)" (08/2017) 92 points John Gilman: "The 2015 Pinot Noir from the Bearwallow Vineyard is a lovely wine in th...

The Chance Creek Sangiovese, made by Bob Swain, comes almost entirely from the organically grown Chance Creek vineyards in Redwood Valley, with just a splash of fruit (1%) from Parducci Home Ranch. It has the ruby hue you'd expect from Sangiovese, with the cherry and blackberry aromas, spice and acidity that are the signature of the grape.
Price: $19.95

93 points Vinous: "The 2016 Pinot Noir Baker Ranch is one of the more exotic wines in the range. Orange peel, star anise, rose petal, spice and mint add aromatic nuance to a brilliant Pinot endowed with tons of energy. Deceptive in its mid-weight structure, the Baker Ranch is beautifully persistent and delineated, not to mention impeccable in its overall balance. The 30% whole clusters are evident, but also nicely integrated. Drink through 2028. (AG)" (04/2018)

92 points Wine Enthusiast: "This wine is full bodied, dark and brooding—in a good way. It has concentrated flavors of black fruit and ripe red berry as well as attractive oak accents of cinnamon and clove. Fine-grained tannins lend ample support and structure. (JG)" (09/2019) 92 points Wine Spectator: "Juicy, with firm richness to the burnished dried cherry, berry and cedary flavors. Suave midpalate, featuring a creamy texture. The finish is powered by seductive spice and forest floor notes. (KM)" (08/2019) 90 points Connoisseurs Guide: "Quietly comp...

93 points Wine & Spirits: "Wells Guthrie has quickly developed a name for himself as a serious contender in the pinot noir stakes, and the luxurious fruit character he's coaxed out of this Anderson Valley wine is one indication why. The bright cherry flavor contrasts darker mushroom and Asian spice tones from substantial tannins, the elements weaving together as they last. It feels cool as spring water, a gentle wine that keeps getting more sophisticated with air. This is built to be cellared, and should prove fascinating to taste as it ages." (02/2005) ...

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. (JG)" (06/2019)

95 points Wine Enthusiast: "Outstanding. So dry and elegant, with such a deft, delicate texture, yet so explosive in fruit and spice. Bone dry, it has notes of herbs, cinnamon, raspberries and white pepper. A gorgeous, complex wine, one to think about and discuss." (07/2011) 93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2009 Pinot Noir Monument Tree is beautifully direct, focused and articulate. Dark red cherries, flowers, smoke and minerals wrap around the palate in this firm, beautiful Pinot. This is one of the more structured wines in the Copain lin...

This is the first vintage of this bottling from Lioco. Winemaker's Notes: "We have always sought to produce a quality, value-driven Pinot Noir to compete with those from Bourgogne, Irancy, and Oregon. It's a tough proposition in California given the cost of doing business here - a hard truth that, until this year, kept us on the sidelines crunching numbers, seeking new vineyard opportunities, and negotiating better crush fees, cheaper glass, corks, labels, etc. All of this work finally hit pay dirt in November when we bottled up our first Mendo Pinot Noi...
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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)

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Those masochists who need a high dosage of resveratrol will adore the 2008 Petite Sirah Yorkville Highlands, which should clear out any clutter in the arteries. A huge, massive wine with abundant black and blue fruits intermixed with licorice, camphor, graphite and spicy background oak, this chewy, unfined/unfiltered Petite Sirah should be forgotten for 4-5 years, and drunk over the following 2+ decades. (RP)" (02/2011) 90 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Inky purple. Blackberry, blueberry, l...

90 points Wine Enthusiast: "Generous fruit flavors and a broad, smooth texture give this full-bodied wine a rich profile. Good ripe plum and mulled cherry flavors fill the palate and are concentrated enough to linger on the finish. (JG)" (12/2019) Wine Spectator: "Intense red berry flavors are flanked by notes of forest floor and dried citrus. Graphite accents show on the crisp finish (KM, Web Only-2020)" Connoisseurs Guide: "Finding a place on the lighter end of the varietal spectrum and holding a bit tenuously to a slender line of red cherry fruit, ...

90 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Bright ruby. Subtly aromatic nose of cherry, mocha, cinnamon and musky herbs. Smooth and expressive, with dark cherry and spice flavors and an appealing pliant texture. Nicely concentrated and seamless, with very good finishing breadth and cling. Aeration allows this wine to stretch out so give it an hour or so in a decanter if it's on your upcoming drinking list." (06/2011) K&L Notes: Always a favorite among affordable California Pinots, winemaker Wells Guthrie has does it again with the 2009....

95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Coming from the high density plantings done by the team at Rhys (it's also a cellar selection as well), the 2014 Pinot Noir Porcupine Hill Bearwallow Vineyard is another best to date cuvee and is easily the most concentrated and lengthy of the three cuvees from this site. Black raspberries, black cherries, tons of minerality and ground herbs emerge from this young, tight and beautifully focused red that needs 3-4 years of cellaring and will drink beautifully over the following decade or more. (JD)" (10/2016) 94...

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "His 2005 Syrah McDowell Valley (from vines planted in both 1911 and 1945) exhibits similar intensity, with a saturated ruby/purple color and notes of bacon fat, blueberry, and blackberry as well as a hint of licorice. It is medium to full-bodied, soft, with silky tannins and good freshness. Drink it over the next 5-7 years. " (12/2007) 91 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Deep ruby. An expressive, spicy bouquet comprises strawberry, redcurrant, cinnamon and nutmeg, plus hints of tobacco, graph...

94 points Vinous: "The 2017 Pinot Noir Ferrington Vineyard is another absolutely gorgeous wine in this range. Pliant, racy and succulent, the 2017 has so much to offer. Sweet red and purplish berries, spice and lavender open up first, with a kick of bright blood orange-infused acids that perk up the flavors. Soft curves and ripe, silky tannins make the 2017 impossible to resist. This is such a gorgeous wine. (AG)" (05/2019) 92 points Wine Spectator: "Mouthfilling flavors of dark cherry, plum tart and blackberry are supported by medium-grained tannins ...

92 points Wine & Spirits: "Jason Drew focuses this blend on Syrah (84 percent), including small amounts of Grenache, Mourvedre and Viognier; he ferments it with 50 percent whole clusters and ages it in neutral oak. The spiciness of the stems comes first, adding to the meatiness and black-olive flavors; then, as the wine opens, it yields juicy notes of dark fruit and refreshing, foresty scents of conifers and violets. It’s a dark and vibrant wine from California’s coastal hills. " (08/2018) 91 points Vinous: "Drew's 2016 Syrah The Ornbaun, a blend of fr...

From two outstanding Anderson Valley vineyards, the estate-owned Monument Tree Vineyard and the Ferrington Vineyard, here's a lovely expression of Anderson Valley Pinot Noir from the makers of Silver Oak. Aged 13 months in barrel, with 11 months of those spent on primary lees in 100% French Oak (31% new). This wine was made with 24% whole cluster.
Price: $44.95

2009 Copain "Wentzel" Anderson Valley Pinot Noir
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93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2009 Pinot Noir Wentzel emerges from the glass with heady dark cherries, spices, licorice and new leather. This is one of the more textured 2009s Pinots at Copain. Waves of fruit flow effortlessly to the long, pure finish. The Wentzel is slightly closed at present, but it shows fabulous length and should drink beautifully once the layers of flavor flesh out over time. The finish remains totally soft and inviting. Anticipated maturity: 2014-2021. (AG)" (02/2012) 92 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine ...


94 points Jeb Dunnuck: "The 2017 Pinot Noir Bearwallow Vineyard comes from two separate blocks in the vineyard and slightly younger vines. Aged 10 months in 25% new French oak, it has terrific purity in its dark fruits, crushed flowers, and spice-driven aromas and flavors. It’s medium to full-bodied, balanced, has fine, integrated tannins, and is a long, complex, classic Pinot Noir to drink over the coming decade." (06/2019) K&L Notes: Antonio Galloni writes: "I was blown away by the Chardonnays and Pinots I tasted from Rivers-Marie this year. Propriet...

95 points Vinous: "The 2017 Pinot Noir Fog Eater is gorgeous and also one of the finest wines I have tasted from Jason Drew. Bright, floral and beautifully lifted, it is all class. Freshly cut roses, raspberry and mint give the 2017 its distinctive, high-toned personality. The fog Eater is an especially gracious, refined Anderson Valley Pinot. I loved it. (AG)" (05/2019)

If you haven’t yet heard about or tasted the wines from Cole Thomas at Madson, that’s likely because they are so tiny, many of their wines are just a barrel or two! In fact, if you look on their website, almost everything is sold out! However, once you have tasted their wines, you won’t quickly forget them. I think this young winery is crafting some of the most exciting wines in the region. Doing his apprenticeship under Santa Cruz Mountain Vineyard’s winemaking legend, Jeff Emery, Cole Thomas makes his Madson bottlings in the same cellar, on Ingalls S...
Price: $36.95

Winemaker's Notes: "The Alder Springs Vineyard is located on a 6,000-acre ranch outside of Laytonville. Stuart Bewley started planting in 1990, farms organically and is working towards transitioning to biodynamics. In addition, his farm is H-2A certified for all temporary farm workers. The grapes were harvested at 23 brix. 1/4 of the grapes were left whole cluster and the rest destemmed on top. The wine was fermented until dry and then pressed to neutral French oak and aged for 7 months. We produced 5 barrels. Tasting Notes: Dusty Blackberry. Crushed sto...
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93 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "A ripe, spicy and quite densely fruited nose speaks of a pretty mix of both red and blue Pinot fruit along with background hints of cassis. The restrained intense and strikingly well-detailed medium-bodied flavors possess an abundance of mouth coating extract that buffers the firm tannic spine on the impressively complex, long and exquisitely balanced finish." (10/2011) 93 points John Gilman: "The Bearwallow bottling is made from purchased grapes and typically shows the slightly warmer aspect of Anderson Valley in ...

91 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "A brooding and quite deeply pitched nose reflects note of ripe plum, violet and dark currant where background spice nuances can be found. There is fine richness to the succulent, round and caressing medium weight flavors that possess both good volume and solid mid-palate density while delivering very good if not special depth on the dusty and powerful finish. This is a big, indeed even robust, effort that will also need a few years of cellaring to round off the moderately prominent structure." (06/2017) 91 points V...


93 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Bright red. Spicy, heady aromas of candied raspberry and blood orange are complicated by suave Asian spice and pungent floral nuances. Broad, sappy red berry flavors pack a serious punch and are nicely firmed by refreshingly bitter herbal and peppery spice notes. Impressively concentrated yet lithe Pinot, finishing with superb clarity and persistence. (ST)" (05/2012) 92 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "As it has been virtually every year since I have been reviewing the Anthill wines, this sports ...


92 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Vivid red. Deeper and darker in character than the En Haut, displaying scents of black raspberry, boysenberry and cola, with a suave undercurrent of minerals adding vivacity. Deeply concentrated dark berry flavors stain the palate and pick up a sexy cola element on the back end. Finishes with very good focus and a lingering note of cherry-cola. (ST)" (06/2009) K&L Notes: This is from the lower portion of the Kiser vineyard, planted in the far western "deep end" of Anderson Valley close to the Mendo...

90 points Wine Enthusiast: "Generous fruit flavors and a broad, smooth texture give this full-bodied wine a rich profile. Good ripe plum and mulled cherry flavors fill the palate and are concentrated enough to linger on the finish. (JG)" (12/2019) K&L Notes: Robert Parker writes: "I am rarely disappointed by an offering from Husch as they consistently turn out remarkably tasty, fairly-priced, unpretentious wines." From the winemaker: "2017 brought a mild moderately wet winter, coupled with a warm spring and summer. Our first pick wasn’t until September...


95 points Vinous: "The 2016 Pinot Noir Ferrington Vineyard is racy and yet also incredibly precise. The purity of the flavors is beyond striking. A rush of red berry-toned fruit carries through all the way to the finish, with hints of pine, menthol and wild flowers that add strands of nuance. This is a brilliant expression of Anderson Valley. (AG)" (07/2018) 93 points Wine Enthusiast: "A deep color, gorgeous fruit aromas and mouthfilling richness make this full-bodied wine memorable. The aromas show everything from strawberry syrup to sour cherries to ...