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2019 Château de la Noblesse Bandol Rosé
Top Pick!
Agnes Cade and her father, Henri Gaussen, cultivate the 14 sunny hectares of Château de la Noblesse, an estate that has been in their family for generations. Their zesty rosé is a blend of Mourvèdre, Grenache and Cinsault, and makes a great companion to spicy, saffron-infused dishes. Try it with a Spanish paella for the perfect summer meal.
Price: $24.99

Connoisseurs Guide: "Bright, light cherry pink in hue and sporting an attractive, lightly strawberry-like nose that is accented with a minerally whisper, this pleasantly rounded pink follows with mild, very clean, red berry flavors. While it is dry and balanced to be useful with foods, its easy gait invites unaccompanied drinking as well, and it is, at the price, nothing less than an out-and-out bargain. *Good Value*" (07/2020) K&L Notes: A new addition to our rosé selections here at K&L and one I’m super excited about. Aerena’s San Francisco Bay AVA r...
Price: $9.95

93 points Wine Enthusiast: "The vineyard was planted in 1853, so these are some seriously old vines, yielding seriously concentrated fruit. The briary, blackberry fruit is lavished with toasty, vanilla-scented French oak, which melds nicely into a full-bodied, slightly creamy-textured wine that avoids any sensation of warmth or heaviness. Drink now - 2030. (JC)" (06/2017) K&L Notes: In 1853 Friedrich Koch planted this Mourvèdre vineyard in the heart of the Barossa Valley in the area now known as Rowland Flat. Nurtured in deep sand over a bed of limesto...
Price: $49.99

92 points Vinous: "The 2017 Mourvèdre Enz Vineyard is compelling. Pliant and supple, it demonstrates lovely varietal character, and the 100% whole clusters add striking aromatic lift and freshness without marking the wine too strongly. Touches of rose petal, mint and bright, red-toned fruit grace the silky yet deep finish. A rare Mourvèdre that offers quite a bit of nuance and overall dimension. This is the first wine I have tasted from Caitlin Quinn (who is also the assistant winemaker at Arnot-Roberts), and it is a beauty. (AG)" (05/2019) K&L Notes: ...
Price: $34.95

A perennial best value in Spanish Monastrell (Mourvedre), the Altos de la Hoya bottling typically has some Garnacha blended in as well. Pre-phylloxera vines, planted to limestone soils in the cooler area of the D.O. yield grapes which are carefully harvested and respectfully vinified and aged to create this delicious value red.
Price: $11.99

90 points James Suckling: "A full-bodied red with plum, dark-berry and cherry aromas and flavors. Full body, yet shows form and structure. Drink now." (07/2019)
Price: $14.99

97-99 points Jeb Dunnuck: "The 2017 Mourvèdre is cut from the same cloth yet has a touch more freshness and elegance, displaying notes of crushed violets, bloody blueberries, iron, incense, and exotic pepper. Concentrated, focused, full-bodied, and beautiful on the palate, with a layered texture, it's another magical wine." (10/2019) 97-99 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Mourvèdre is composed of 88% Mourvedre, 9% Syrah and 3% Viognier coming from the Alta Mesa Vineyard in Santa Barbara County, White Hawk Vineyard in Cat Canyon, Watch Hi...

From the importer: "There is the appellation of Bandol with its plethora of producers, some good, some mediocre; and then there is Château Pradeaux, the unique, inimitable, standard-bearer for this ancient wine-growing district. The Château Pradeaux is situated on the outskirts of the town of Saint Cyr-sur-Mer that lies directly on the Mediterranean Ocean between Toulon and Marseilles. The estate has been in the hands of the Portalis family since before the French Revolution. In fact, Jean-Marie-Etienne Portalis, who inherited the estate in 1752, helped ...
Price: $39.99

Winemaker's Notes: "Mr. Natural is the umbrella we are using for our new series of zero/zero wines. Our first bottlings under this label hail from a century-old planting of Mourvedre, and some 80's Pinot from the remote Lime Kiln Valley in the midst of a 19th Century limestone and active granite quarry blessed with amazing limestone, granite, and dolomite soils. While our approach has always favored minimal intervention in winemaking to allow the quality of the site to shine through, it's a rare vineyard that boasts the perfect confluence of factors that...
Price: $36.95

A late harvest 100% Monastrell dessert wine that is produced only when the conditions allow, about 5 to 6 vintages per decade. Winery tasting note: "This Dulce is the ultimate expression of Monastrell, with tremendous concentration, persistence and balance. Cherry-red color, with carmine and maroon tones. Complex smelling, the aroma of figs, dates and ripe fruits can be smelled with intensity and freshness. It combines perfectly with all kind of desserts, specially those made with chocolate, and for contrast, with blue and aged cheeses."
Price: $28.99


93 points Jeb Dunnuck: "I’ve always loved the Two Acres cuvée from Officer, and his 2017 Two Acres doesn’t disappoint, although I think it’s a small step back from the 2016. Mostly Mourvèdre from deep loam and clay soils, it offers tons of smoked dark fruits, licorice, olive, and plenty of meatiness to go with a ripe, textured, sexy style on the palate." (10/2019) 90-92 points Vinous: "The Mourvèdre-based 2017 Two Acres is creamy, supple and inviting. Soft contours and silky tannins add to the wine racy personality and overall appeal. Labor Day heat sp...
Price: $44.95


93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Mourvèdre Harrison Clarke Vineyard is medium to deep ruby-purple with jammy blueberry, black cherry, cassis, olive and fried bacon notes plus lilac, black raisin, fried herbs and granite tinges. Medium to full-bodied, it fleshes out in the mouth with oodles of ripe fruits and meaty layers, firm, pleasantly chewy tannins and great juicy acidity, finishing long. This has a nice interplay of savory nuances with dense, lush fruits. (EB)" (09/2019) 93 points Vinous: "The 2017 Mourvèdre Harrison Clarke Viney...
Price: $34.95


Hardy Wallace crafts some of the most unique natural wines in California today. With a loyal following that has created a near-fanatical demand, the Dirty & Rowdy wines are tough to get your hands on, so grab them when you can.
Price: $49.95

Winery notes: Ron Mansfield farms this vineyard in the Apple Hill region of El Dorado, sitting at 3000ft elevation with cooler nighttime temperatures to preserve acidity. The vines are head trained on a vertical cordon and dry farmed even in the warmest of years. Foot tread and fermented 100% whole cluster this is a wine that is bottled early to be enjoyed during the Fall months. Aromatics of Asian plum sauce with hints of dried strawberry in the background lead to a palate of bright red fruit and mouthwatering acidity.
Price: $28.99


Wine Spectator: "Appealing, with dried cherry, grilled anise and wild game accents that finish with zesty tannins. (TF, Web Only-2020)" K&L Notes: This fantastic California find comes from a once-forgotten vineyard of gnarled, basket-trained vines planted in 1922, tucked into a corner of the Central Coast. The soils are decomposed granite and limestone from an ancient landslide. From Wine Enthusiast's Matt Kettmann: "Ian Brand, The SF Chronicle’s 2018 Winemaker of the Year, is quite possibly the most interesting vintner in Monterey County today. The C...
Price: $39.95

The 2017 has a special label commemorating Lulu's 100th Birthday. Lulu attributes her longevity to drinking Tempier and using her swing everyday. Help her celebrate by adding a few of these special bottles to your cellar. From Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant: "When Lucie 'Lulu' Tempier married Lucien Peyraud in 1936, her father gave them Domaine Tempier, an active farm that had been in the family since 1834, near Le Plan du Castellet, just outside the Mediterranean seaport village of Bandol. Tasting a pre-phylloxera bottle of Domaine Tempier Bandol (a weddi...
Price: $125.00

From Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant: "When Lucie "Lulu" Tempier married Lucien Peyraud in 1936, her father gave them Domaine Tempier, an active farm that had been in the family since 1834, near Le Plan du Castellet, just outside the Mediterranean seaport village of Bandol. Tasting a pre-phylloxera bottle of Domaine Tempier Bandol (a wedding gift from his father-in-law) inspired Lucien to research the terroir of Bandol extensively. Up until that point, old vineyards planted with Mourvèdre had been systematically replanted to higher-yielding varietals. Howeve...
Price: $425.00

91 points Wine & Spirits: "From one of the Sierra Foothills’ most respected vineyards, this starts out leathery, then turns electric, lifted and bright. The red cherry flavors flash sweet and sour, almost citrusy, with a peppery crunch and mildly floral, nimble tannins. For smoked chicken." (02/2020) K&L Notes: Hardy Wallace crafts some of the most unique natural wines in California today. With a loyal following that has created a near-fanatical demand, the Dirty & Rowdy wines are tough to get your hands on, so grab them when you can.
Price: $49.95

This 100% Mourvèdre is a barrel selection of all the Dirty & Rowdy vineyards and comes from the Monterey, Mendocino, Contra Costa, El Dorado, Amador County AVAs. The wine saw native fermentation with zero winemaking additions. 100% whole cluster, bottled unfiltered and unfined. Minimal effective sulfites. *Natural wine*
Price: $29.99

99 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2016 Mourvèdre is composed of 89% Mourvedre, 9% Syrah and 2% Viognier coming from the Alta Mesa Vineyard in Santa Barbara County and Larner Vineyard in Ballard Canyon. Seventy percent whole cluster was employed, and the wine was aged for 21 months in French barriques, 50% new. Deep purple-black colored, it slips out of the glass with gorgeous fragrant earth, truffles and garrigue scents over a blackberry preserves and baked plums core plus nuances of chargrill and underbrush. Full-bodied, rich and seductivel...
Price: $299.99

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 2010 Domaine Tempier Bandol (90WS). Wine Spectator: "Notes of sanguine and rosemary line the core of taut cherry preserves and red currant paste. A singed alder hint flitters through the finish, showing good persistence. (JM)" (02/2014)
Starting Bid: $180.00

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