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    Smoky minerals, iodine, lemon curd, heady orchard fruit, ginger tea, liquid sunshine.

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    The Hagan Vineyard perches high above the edge of the continent fully facing the cold Pacific Ocean on the esteemed Taylor Lane west of Occidental.

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  • The 2016 Chardonnay Haynes Vineyard, from a site in Coombsville planted in 1964 on St. George rootstock, stands out for its translucence and class. Weightless and yet phenolic in feel, the Haynes is a wine of total distinction. A host of savory and mineral inflections give the Haynes its flavor signatures, but above all else, this is a Chardonnay of structure. 94 points Galloni

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    On the nose this shows ripe red apple fruit along with orchard blossom and citrus aromas as well as a saline wet stone minerality. The palate is much tarter than the nose suggests with fresh yellow apple flavours, grapefruit and orange juice. The wine has a precise acidity, subtle toasty flavours of vanilla and cinnamon from oak barrels and has a medium plus length. Drink from 2017.

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    The 2013 Pinot Noir Hidden Block is a very pretty, lifted wine. Sweet red cherry, mint and floral notes grace the palate in an understated, surprisingly gracious Pinot from the Varner brothers. The Hidden Block is one of the more delicate, acid-driven Pinots I have tasted from Varner. This is the first block that is picked, which likely contributes to the wine`s laid-back personality and expressive aromatics. Antonio Galloni 93

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    Another brilliant wine in this range, the 2016 Chardonnay Hudson Vineyard is superb. Dense, powerful and beautifully layered, the 2016 exudes richness in all of its dimensions. There is plenty of Hudson textural resonance, but the 2016 is at the same time quite polished and refined. I very much admire the sense of balance. 94 points Galloni

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  • The 2015 Syrah John Lewis is the most youthfully reserved but also the most incipiently complex of these offerings from Gramercy Cellars, unfurling in the glass with notes of violets, potpourri, sweet black fruits, tapenade and Egyptian musk. On the palate, it`s medium to full-bodied, multidimensional and complete, with excellent concentration, bright balancing acids and fine-grained but youthfully chewy tannins. This will need 5 or 6 years in the cellar and continue to develop for 15 years thereafter.- William Kelley 96+

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  • 100% chardonnay from two adjacent vineyard on the North Fork (Macari and Mattebella). 1/3 of fruit was skin-fermented in open-top puncheons, 2/3s was juice-fermented in neutral wood--spontaneous fermentation. An homage to Abe`s mentor, John Kongsgaard and the infamous wine, the Judge - Abe Schoener

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    Greg Harrington MS’s wines never cease to amaze, always full of fruit concentration. Lagniappe 2014 does not disappoint, with notes of black cherry, blackcurrant, and meaty with oak spice. Drinking really well now, but it will improve if you are patient enough to cellar it.

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    (all from Red Willow vineyard; made from a clone that Harrington believes originally came from Hermitage, while the John Lewis is 100% Phelps clone, which is rumored to come from Guigal in Côte-Rôtie; vinified with 100% whole clusters): Healthy ruby-red. Tight, high-pitched scents of blueberry, blackberry, mint and minerals. Distinctly dry but rich on the palate, conveying a strong impression of berry ripeness. Serious tannins spread out to saturate the palate, but the long, rising finish maintains brisk fruit intensity. -Stephen Tanzer 93

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    Chanin`s 2016 Chardonnay Los Alamos Vineyard opens in the glass with a youthfully reserved nose of buttered citrus, apples, flowers and fresh nuts. On the palate, the wine is glossy, rich and quite lees influenced, with good concentration and depth and a moderately long finish. - William Kelley 91

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  • (vinified with 60% whole clusters): Bright, dark red. Sexy purple aromas of black raspberry and violet accented by spices and a suggestion of wild herbs that`s no doubt partly from the stems): Firm but rather open-knit for this bottling; distinctly less hard than in the early years. Offers a solid deep core of tart red plum and spices and finishes with a fine dusting of tannins, noteworthy length and no rough edges. Harrington was a bit less specific about food matches for this wine: "with a grilled or roasted four-legged animal." - Stephen Tanzer 90

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    This wine is fermented in 100% neutral French oak. This is made in a European style with high acidity and lots of mouth feel. The vineyard sits at 2000 feed and is close enough to the Pacific to be able to hear the ocean waves. The Pinot is particularly affected by the fog which gives the wine great tension, undercutting the blackberry and mushroom notes. (Drink from now)

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    Pale to medium ruby-purple, the 2015 Pinot Noir Marjorie Vineyard leaps from the glass with notes of cherry cordial, violets, rose hip tea and chocolate box plus wafts of forest floor and black pepper. Medium-bodied, the palate is tautly structured with firm, grippy tannins and a great backbone of lively acidity, finishing with lingering earthy notes. Lisa Perrotti- Brown, 94

  • Spontaneously fermented in open-top vessel, submerged cap (limited punchdowns). Aged in neutral wood. Delicate and firm.- C Nicolson

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  • "High elevation and limestone soils mark Mt Carmel Vineyard out. The vines are dry-farmed and the result is wonderful: ripe fruit only just peeks though on the nose, an aromatic notion of ripe yellow apple with lemon brightness, surrounded by echoes of smoky hazelnut. The palate resprises this theme, and everything is still taut and dew-fresh, it seems. This is precise, concentrated and elegant; its considerable force is brought into enviable poise. Drinking Window 2018 - 2035" 95 points, Anne Krebiehl MW, Decanter

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