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  1. Faiveley Corton Clos des Cortons Grand Cru 2001 Pre-Arrival
    VM93
    $149.98
    93 Points! Good full medium red with just a trace of amber. Alluring, vibrant aromas and flavors of red and darker berries and salty minerals. A silky, savory, very pure midweight with subtle intensity and harmonious framing acidity providing excellent definition and a delightful light touch. This beautifully balanced, minerally wine finishes with lovely rising length and nicely resolved yet still-firm tannins. If the 2002 was disappointing, this one is a clear success in the context of its vintage. (13.2% alcohol; 3.45 pH; 3.5 g/l acidity; 42 h/h) - Stephen Tanzer, Vinous Media, March 2019 Learn More
  2. Manos Negras Pinot Noir Patagonia Red Soil Select 2014
    JS93
    Special Price $9.98 Regular Price $19.98
    Availability:In Stock
    93 Points! Fresh and aromatic with flowers such as lavender. Full-bodied, savory, and salty. Juicy and delicious. Oily texture. Gorgeous pinot noir. - JamesSuckling.com Learn More
  3. Castalia Pinot Noir Rochioli Vineyard Russian River Valley 2016
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    Special Price $59.98
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    “Castalia is a legendary spring on Mount Parnassas in Ancient Greece favored by Apollo. Its waters bestowed upon those who drank from its fountain the gifts of poetry and inspiration…”

    The above quote is from the back label of this hidden gem of a Pinot, but the connection with Greece ends with the name. It did, however, seem as good a place as any to start a story with a rather close connection to one of California’s legendary producers. We are always looking for the next remarkable find and, because of our apparently ‘unusual’ (so we are told) open door policy, sometimes the ‘next big thing’ simply walks in the door. Learn More

  4. Chateau de Chamirey Mercurey 1er Cru Clos du Roi 2016
    WA92
    $39.98
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    92 Points! The 2016 Mercurey 1er Cru Clos du Roi is very promising, unfurling in the glass with notes of ripe cherries, plums, crushed cassis, licorice and candied citrus peel. On the palate, it's medium to full-bodied, ample and juicy, with the mid-palate amplitude that one associates with this site, structured around fine-grained stony tannins and juicy acids. - William Kelley, robertparker.com Learn More
  5. Cherry Pie Pinot Noir Tri-County 2017
    $16.98
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    From the winery: Combining three counties, each in its own distinct AVA, Cherry Pie Pinot Noir showcases the best of each counties unique flavor profile. The Sonoma County grapes are primarily sourced from the Russian River Valley which is a warmer growing climate for Pinot Noir that results in lush juicy fruit flavors with an undertone of minerality from the soil. The grapes from Monterey County are sourced from the Alta Loma Vineyard and Arroyo Loma Vineyard which overlook the Salinas River Valley and are planted on gravelly loam soil which creates rich, concentrated earthly flavors in the fruit. The Santa Barbara County grapes are from the Los Alamos Vineyard which lies tucked into a canyon that leads directly to the Pacific Ocean. The sandy soils, bright sunshine and cool ocean breezes combine to lengthen fruit ripening and extend hang time, resulting in intense aromatics and great acidity. Learn More
  6. Cherry Pie Pinot Noir Stanly Ranch Carneros 2014
    WS90
    WE90
    WA91
    $43.98
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    91 Points! Woodbridge’s Midas touch with Cabernet Sauvignon also extends to his Pinot Noirs. He makes three of them – two from the Sonoma Coast and one from the Southern Napa Valley site called Stanley Ranch that was often used by Berringer. The 2013s are all brilliantly packaged with a gorgeous picture of a cherry pie on the label. The 2013 Cherry Pie Pinot Noir Stanly Ranch is a hefty Pinot at 15+% natural alcohol, but exhibits delicious kirsch liqueur notes, roasted herbs, spice box and medium to full-bodied fleshy and succulent fruit and texture. It is a sexy, endearing style to drink over the next 5-7 years. - Robert Parker, robertparker.com Learn More
  7. Vincent Ledy Bourgogne Hautes Cotes de Nuits Rouge 2015
    $24.98
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    From the importer: 2 parcels; planted in 1954 & 1994 on the upper slope of Premeaux Prissey (NSG) calcaire soil. This is about as good as it gets in the appellation. Black cassis, straw & spicy underbrush is this luscious nose. Big fruity, powerful middle with loads of earth, tanned leather and savory spice; the finish is long with persistent mineral and focused complex spice and leather notes. Learn More
  8. Penner-Ash Pinot Noir Yamhill-Carlton Shea Vineyard 2016
    WS94
    JS95
    $54.98
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    95 Points! This is a polished and complex young Pinot that offers deeply spicy and ripe, darker cherries with attractive freshness. The palate delivers a suave, upbeat and very long, spice-laced array of rich, black-cherry and licorice flavor and carries deep into the fresh, even finish. Drink or hold. - JamesSuckling.com Learn More
  9. Greenhough Pinot Noir Hope Vineyard Nelson 2015
    WA93
    $24.98
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    93 Points! Cedary hints of pencil shavings frame black cherry fruit on the nose of the 2015 Hope Vineyard Pinot Noir. The best vintage of this wine I've ever tasted, it blends clones UCD 5 (Pommard), AM 10/5 (a New Zealand staple) with 777 (Dijon) to create a complex tapestry of dark fruit, smooth, supple tannins and balanced acidity. It should age well for up to 10 years, perhaps more. - Joe Czerwinski, robertparker.com Learn More
  10. Evening Land Salem Wine Co. Pinot Noir Eola Amity Hills 2017
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    The whole story of the evolution of Seven Springs Vineyard over the last four decades has been a varied and interesting one reaching back to the 'formative years' of Oregon Pinot Noir.  But under the winemaking team of Sashi Moorman and Rajat Parr, it may be that the best times are still ahead for Evening Land.  Certainly the wines under the primary label continue to get critical acclaim, and they are at the forefront of the ‘hey we make pretty darn good Chardonnay in Oregon these days’ movement as well.  Certainly their credentials are in order.  But this time around we are talking about a relatively new offering that provides a classic demonstration of why we pay a lot of attention to the ‘small’ wines from important producers...

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  11. Hubert Lignier Gevrey Chambertin Les Seuvrees 2016
    WA91-93
    $89.98
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    The 2016 Gevrey-Chambertin les Seuvrées comes from 60- to 70-year-old vines and included 30% whole-bunch fruit. This has a more refined and precise bouquet than the la Justice thanks to the effortlessly pure red fruit intertwined with cold stone/limestone aromas. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin, a killer line of acidity and a brightness on the finish that is a pure joy. This is a superb village cru, one of the best that I encountered this vintage. - Neal Martin, robertparker.com Learn More
  12. Hubert Lignier Charmes Chambertin Grand Cru 2016
    WA95-97
    $319.98
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    The 2016 Charmes Chambertin Grand Cru comes from Mazoyères and includes 25% new oak and one-third whole cluster fruit. It has a sensual bouquet that is as much Charmes as Mazoyères, well defined and very elegant, not a million miles away from Denis Bachelet in style. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannin, a fine thread of acidity, very pure in style with a saline finish that gets the taste buds going. This is a wonderful Charmes Chambertin that should give 20 years of drinking pleasure. - Neal Martin, robertparker.com Learn More
  13. Hubert Lignier Clos de la Roche Grand Cru 2016
    WA97-99
    NM97-99
    $399.98
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    The 2016 Clos de la Roche Grand Cru is matured in 30% new oak with up to 30% whole cluster fruit, two-thirds from Montluisants and one-third Fremiers. It has an intoxicating bouquet that is extraordinarily complex: shimmering red berry fruit, blood orange, incense and a touch of crushed violet. The palate is medium-bodied with fine grain tannin, wonderful depth and harmony, laser-like focus toward the finish that lingers in the mouth. Stunning mineralité here—the tongue feels as if it licked limestone 30 second after the wine has disappeared. If there is a better Clos de la Roche then I have not tasted it (yet). - Neal Martin, robertparker.com Learn More
  14. Ponsot Morey St. Denis 1er Cru Cuvee des Alouettes 2005
    BH91
    WA90-92
    VM90-92
    $159.98
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    This is very ripe, indeed so ripe that it stops just short of surmaturité yet the jammy aromas of black cherry and raspberry remain fresh and bright, leading to mouth coating and exceptionally rich and velvety flavors that are quite forward but are supported by almost invisible tannins underneath all of the palate saturating sap. This has grand cru size and weight if not the sheer depth and this is a harmonious and balanced effort. Very impressive and recommended. Outstanding. - Allen Meadows, Burghound #29 Learn More
  15. Ponsot Clos de la Roche Grand Cru Cuvee Vieilles Vignes 2001
    BH93
    WA93
    $519.98
    Availability:In Stock
    Ponsot's 2001 Clos de la Roche Grand Cru Cuvée Vieilles Vignes is going from strength to strength, and this bottle was showing beautifully, wafting from the glass with notes of red plums, smoked duck, cherries, spices, mustard seed and potpourri. On the palate, it's full-bodied, deep and concentrated, with chalky but melting tannins, tangy acids and a long, stony finish. Somewhat rustic in profile, it isn't the most elegant vintage of Ponsot's Clos de la Roche, but it's beginning to drink well today. - William Kelley, robertparker.com, 2018 Learn More
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