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  1. Marcassin Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast 2012

    Marcassin Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast 2012

    $300.00 (NET)
    “… primarily from the Calera clone (although I suspect there are a few mystery clones in their plantings) … always seems to remind me of a Grand Cru from Côte de Nuits, particularly Morey-St-Denis. … its sweet nose of strawberries, black cherry liqueur, fresh porcini mushrooms and forest floor is followed by a dark, full-bodied, rich and concentrated wine that is supple, dramatic, and even flamboyant. Drink it over the next 12-15 years” – Robert Parker, 97pts Learn More
  2. Enkidu "E" Pinot Noir Sonoma County 2017

    Enkidu "E" Pinot Noir Sonoma County 2017

    $25.00
    One of the best-priced local Pinots we’ve had in some time. Fun and approachable, with enough complexity to give the wine depth and structure, this comes from three vineyards in Russian River Valley, with some whole-cluster fermentation and 10 months ageing in 10% new oak. It’s fresh and lively, driven by ripe red fruits and a toasty, smoky spiciness, with a silky smooth palate and a lingering finish. Learn More
  3. Eric Kent Stiling Vineyard Pinot Noir Russian River Valley 2016

    Eric Kent Stiling Vineyard Pinot Noir Russian River Valley 2016

    $50.00
    High-quality vineyard near Sebastopol which Kent Humphries has been working with for several years. All Swan clone, this is wonderfully expressive, powerful and full but extremely well-balanced by acidity and firm tannins. The nose is especially pretty, with aromas of fresh roses and violets as well as ripe strawberry, raspberry, and boysenberry. The palate is rich and round, with a long, spicy, voluptuous finish. Delicious. Learn More
  4. Kanzler Pinot Noir Russian River Valley 2016

    Kanzler Pinot Noir Russian River Valley 2016

    $57.00
    The Kanzler family have been farming grapes near Sebastopol since the mid-1990s, pioneering plantings near Sonoma’s coast. Their wines continue to excel, as this Russian River blend of four vineyards, mostly their own estate, demonstrates. There’s a lushness to the red fruits on the nose which is warm and inviting, while on the palate there’s a lean, gently tannic structure which gives the wine grip and concentration. This is high-class Pinot. Learn More
  5. Hansel Russian River Valley Estate Pinot Noir 2016

    Hansel Russian River Valley Estate Pinot Noir 2016

    $39.00
    Steve Hansel used cuttings from the Rochioli vineyard + Joseph Swan clone to plant his Estate vineyard just west of Santa Rosa. Smell and taste ripe red cherry and raspberry fruit, cheery cola, cloves, allspice, mushroom, hint of oak in the background, bright acid and a medium to full body. Delightful. Learn More
  6. Coup de Foudre Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast 2016

    Coup de Foudre Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast 2016

    $95.00 (NET)
    All Pinot Noir from a single rocky, fog-blanketed vineyard overlooking the Pacific from 550m/1800 feet elevation. Kent Jarman is the winemaker. Rich but delicate, neither heavy nor light, and gorgeously balanced. Get roses and ripe red fruits on the nose, raspberry, bing cherry, forest floor, mushroom, and soil on the palate. Soft mouthfeel, gentle tannins, just the right amount of acid. 150 cases made. Learn More
  7. Gen del Alma "JiJiJi" Malbec/Pinot Noir Tupungato Mendoza2018

    Gen del Alma "JiJiJi" Malbec/Pinot Noir Tupungato Mendoza2018

    $18.00
    This unusual blend of Malbec and Pinot Noir unexpectedly blew us away. The grapes are grown at the heights of 1,400m in Mendoza, helping to retain the freshness which makes this wine so appealing. It’s made with some carbonic fermentation, and aged for just four months. There are lots of crunchy red and black fruit aromas, with a lightly grainy texture and lively acidity. As the name suggests – jijiji is “hehehe” – this wine is a lot of fun. Learn More
  8. AldenAlli Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast 2016

    AldenAlli Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast 2016

    $65.00
    Fruit comes from Sonoma Coast, and spends 14 months in 20% new oak. An incredibly smooth, almost voluptuous palate with ripe, concentrated aromas of bramble, blackberry, raspberry, and red cherry, with attractive floral and lavender aromas as well as pepper, licorice, and smoke from the oak. The full body is lifted by vibrant acidity, leading into a long, mouthcoating finish. Intense and tasty. Learn More
  9. Alma Fria Pinot Noir 2016

    Alma Fria Pinot Noir 2016

    $41.00
    The “plural” name of this graceful, slick Pinot Noir comes from the two vineyards where the grapes are grown in Freestone and Annapolis. The cool coastal climate leads to fresh, lively acidity and a leanness on the palate that’s given weight by crunchy red fruits and some cola. It’s pretty and floral on the nose, and the palate has a grainy, lightly gripping structure. An involved and inviting Pinot. Learn More
  10. Sandhi Pinot Noir Santa Rita Hills 2016

    Sandhi Pinot Noir Santa Rita Hills 2016

    $35.00
    Sandhi are one of a number of small producers determined to change the perception of California wine as big, bold, and brash. This Pinot Noir from Santa Rita Hills – California’s coolest AVA – is restrained and classical, with vibrant acidity and gripping tannins. It’s still got California’s ripe red fruits (strawberry, raspberry) with smoke, wild flowers, spices, a touch of cola for an overall feel of balance, integration, and sustained concentration. Learn More