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2017 Maryetta "Black Hoop" Anderson Valley Pinot Noir (Previously $30) (Previously $30)
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90 points Wine Enthusiast: "This wine is spicy in flavor, lively and well balanced, and shows an excellent interplay between ripe fruit and judicious oak flavors. Subtle toasty, cinnamon aromas lead to red cherry and black cherry on the palate, braced by subtle tannins and acidity. (JG)" (05/2020) K&L Notes: Winemaker's Notes: "50% Roma’s Vineyard, 33% Helluva Vineyard, 17% Valenti Vineyard. 100% Pinot Noir. Clones: Pommard Navarro, Pommard, Rochioli, 828. Whole berry native fermentation. Aged on the Lees for 11 months in French oak barrels 2 to 5-year...
Price: $14.99

2017 Maryetta "Roma's Vineyard" Anderson Valley Pinot Noir (Previously $40) (Previously $40)
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91 points Wine Enthusiast: "This medium-bodied wine has personality, good balance and a subtle but memorable mélange of fruit, spice and savory flavors. The aroma catches sour cherries, stems and earth while the flavors bring black cherry, cranberry and a hint of rhubarb. Good acidity and mild tannins help form an appetizing mouthfeel. (JG)" (05/2019) K&L Notes: Winemaker's Notes: "100% Pinot Noir - Pommard Navarro Clone. Whole berry native fermentation then aged on the Lees for 11 months in a 3rd use French oak 500L Puncheon. Bottled unfiltered. Only ...
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From one of Clyde's old friends, and from certified organic vineyards in the Redwood Valley AVA of Mendocino County, the Chance Creek Sauvignon Blanc is an intense expression of terroir. Grown in the rocky benchlands of Mendocino County with southwest exposure, this bottling incorporates 4% Viognier to endow the wine with an added spicy allure. It was aged in 2% new French oak before bottling. The Chance Creek vineyard site, originally planted to Palomino grapes used in the production of California sherry, was purchased by Lou Bock in 1979. He soon re...
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2017 Maryetta "Helluva Vineyard" Anderson Valley Pinot Noir
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Winemaker's Notes: " 100% Pinot Noir - Pommard Clone. Whole berry native fermentation then aged on the Lees for 11 months in a 3rd use French oak 500L Puncheon. Bottled unfiltered. Only 56cs produced.
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Wine Enthusiast: "This wine offers generous lush tropical-fruit flavors and a broad soft mouthfeel, with little or no oak flavor. The body is medium to full and the acidity feels soft. (JG)" (01/2020) Wine Spectator: "Hints of richness accent the buttery and ripe white fruit flavors, flanked by lemon meringue notes that linger on the finish. (KM)" (02/2020) 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 mark...
Price: $14.95

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

2017 Halcón "Tierra" Yorkville Highlands Petite Sirah
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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.
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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...
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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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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...
Price: $69.99

Wine Spectator: "Pear, apple and citrus flavors are fresh and light on a crisp frame, finishing with a note of Key lime. (MW, Web Only-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 produci...
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Erin Brooks writes: "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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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 for this rosé is sourced from McDowell Valley Vineyards are located to the southeast of Hopland in Mendocino County. These vineyards are nestled in the rugged Mayacamas Mountains and are perched on sloped bench land at elevations a...
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90 points Vinous: "The 2016 Pinot Noir Demuth Vineyard is pretty, but it is also a bit simple, with fewer of the layers that are found in the other wines in the range. Perhaps the recent bottling is suppressing the fruit. We will see. There is good fruit density and depth, the Dumuth is also tightly wound. 2016 is the first vintage the Demuth has been farmed by the Kosta Browne team. (AG) 90+" (04/2018) 90 points Wine & Spirits: "With its full-on raspberry richness and cracked-peppercorn spice, this wine moves from raspy fruit tannins toward a gentle f...
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About this producer: "Winemaker Nathan Kandler stands firmly by his belief that the winemaker's ultimate mission is to translate the voice of the soil into the glass. But not all vineyards are created equal, and here enters Nathan's keen eye for finding the magical combination of variety, climate and soil. In California’s case, he believes the most special sites are often found outside of the iconic regions (Napa, Russian River, etc.). For Precedent, his first independent effort (his day job is as Associate Winemaker at Thomas Fogarty) he has found 3 uni...
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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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93 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Coming from Mendocino County, the 2015 Chardonnay Anderson Valley offers a riper, slightly tropical style in its aromatics, possessing lots of caramelized pineapples, orange blossom, and honeysuckle nuances, with some toasty, nutty notes developing with time in the glass. With terrific mid-palate depth and fat on the palate, as well as bright acidity and a great finish, it’s what I call a Smoking Value! It’s already impossible to resist, with a rounded feel, yet I suspect it will keep for a decade nevertheless." (08/2017) 92 poi...
Price: $49.95

2017 Walt Wines "Blue Jay" Anderson Valley Pinot Noir
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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."
Price: $39.95

Jolie-Laide is a one-man operation based in a Sebastopol winery where winemaker Scott Schultz makes only 2,500 cases of wine a year under his own label. The name Jolie-Laide translates loosely to “Pretty-Ugly”, a French term of endearment to describe something that is unconventionally beautiful. Scott’s passion for wine was ignited when moved to Napa from Chicago in 2007. Having had extensive experience in the restaurant business, he switched gears upon his arrival in California to lead the wine program at Thomas Keller’s Bouchon. Working a harvest and a...
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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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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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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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94 points Vinous: "The 2018 Riesling Cole Ranch is a wine of real distinction and class. Varietally expressive and beautifully layered, the 2018 dazzles from start to finish. Orange confit, wild flowers, ginger, sage, honey and tropical accents all run through this nuanced, inviting Riesling. Bright saline notes play off the wine's more overt leanings so well. I have a feeling the 2017 has room to grow today. The 2018 is simply impeccable, not to mention incredibly delicious. (AG)" (04/2010)
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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

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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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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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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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) 90-92 points Jeb Dunnuck: "The 2017 Alturas (97% Syrah and 3% Viognier) is ...
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93 points Vinous: "The 2018 Pinot Noir Fog Eater is soft, pliant and wonderfully inviting. Succulent red/purplish berry fruit, mint, spice and floral notes all meld together, with bright saline notes that add energy as well as tension. One of the more approachable wines in the range today, the Fog Eater is absolutely exquisite. (AG)" (04/2020) 93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Warm baking-spice aromas and ripe, almost jammy fruit flavors come together nicely in this medium- to full-bodied wine. It offers delicious strawberry and red cherry at first, before ...
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While widely known for crafting classic Napa Valley Chardonnay and Cabernet, Chateau Montelena also crafts this crisp Riesling from remote Potter Valley in Mendocino County. It's typically off-dry in style, like Kabinett, but certainly isn't "sweet." Notes from winemaker Matt Crafton: "Ripe apple and pear along with a touch of ginger initially dominate the subtle tropical and floral aromas that characterize this Riesling. With some patience, however, the bouquet transitions to rose petals, fresh peach, and pineapple, all of which should be familiar to t...
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All the grapes for this wine come from our organically farmed estate vineyard. Our new Chardonnay blocks planted in 2010 with clones 17 and 76 have come into full production adding ripe fruit characters to the blend. These newer blocks ripen about a month earlier than our old blocks that continue to add the acidity and structure the benchmark of our Estate Chardonnay. This wine shows aromas of apple blossoms, poached pear, toasted coconut, and hints of spicy oak. Flavors of pear, stone fruit, and citrus swirl on the palate. It is medium bodied with a cre...
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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...
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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, ...
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Lioco has made a name for itself as a top-notch, boutique producer of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from choice vineyards in Mendocino, but they've also made room in their impressive line-up for truly unique little number. This 2018 red blend is mostly Carignan (93%) from a 70-year-old plot situated high on the slopes above Anderson Valley (2,400 ft. elevation). The remaining fruit is the little known Valdigue varietal from a nearby plot of 75-year-old vines. The wine is fermented with 100% whole clusters and put up in neutral oak for 11 months. It's easily ...
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Jan Holtermann, the founder of Alma Fria, worked in his family's wine importing business in his native Costa Rica for decades before moving his family to start the winery of his dreams. The name is meant to evoke "the West Sonoma Coast’s windswept Pacific climate, up-lifted coastal mountains, and towering ancient redwoods converge in Alma Fria’s elegant Pinot Noir and Chardonnay."
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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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2015 Carpe Diem Anderson Valley Pinot Noir (Elsewhere $30+) (Elsewhere $30+)
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93 points Wine & Spirits: "From the team at Domaine Anderson, this is a blend of fruit from nine estate vineyards. After tasting it with our panel, I later tasted it with Darrin Low and Arnaud Weyrich, who worked together on the blend, and who described it as a “New World style; a richer, riper pleasure wine,” comparing it to the “Old World, more transparent style” of the 2015 Domaine Anderson (also recommended here). In fact, I find this to be the more delicate and transparent of the two, open and racy, with a lacy fragrance of red apples and apple blos...
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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.
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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)" (05/2019)
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95 points Wine Spectator: "Fine-grained red fruit and berry flavors are refined and etched with rich spice and sandalwood accents. The juicy finish lingers with vibrant minerality and hot stone notes. Complex and elegant, exhibiting a vibrant balance. Drink now through 2025. (KM)" (01/2020) K&L Notes: Winemaker's Notes: "Expressive, silky, and refined. Jolie is an elegantly transparent Pinot Noir - sharing the beauty of Block 9’s hillsides in every bottle. The wine opens with light-footed red fruit and rhubarb, then blooms into bright raspberry, strawb...
Price: $59.95

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