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    Planted in 2013, these young vines of Trousseau are producing the ONLY Pet Nat of Trousseau in the world. Fizzy thanks to its natural sugar and through secondary fermentation happening in the bottle, the wine has a great pop of creamy bubbles that you would not find in the usual French Pet Nat. It is clean, bright and fresh with tropical fruit aromas on the nose, crisp pears and apples on the palate and developing more weight with time. A refreshing introduction to Pet Nat’ from the New World.

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    Willamette Valley is Brooks` driest bottling, is a snapshot of their Riesling sources throughout the Willamette Valley. This is a zesty, crisp and precise wine.

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    Textbook Orsi Vineyard aromatics of roasted lemon, citrus and green apple. The palate is lively and bright, with the orchard citrus fruits juicy and textured, while the acidity supplies ample freshness and delineation. Savory, light, refreshing and very versatile to match with food.

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    Sommelier turned winemaker Leo Steen makes great wines, from chenin blanc. The ’15 Saini Vineyard has citrus fruits, green apple and minerals, in a dry style. Drinking really well now.

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    `The flagship wine of the range and there are hints of the Cote de Nuits about this. Minerals, stone, flowers and spice. Again, there is a string freshness and spine throughout and the wine finishes long and stylishly.` Jason Haynes

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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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    This is a new wine from the stars at Varner which fits neatly between the Foxglove range and the small production single vineyard offerings. It is ripe and rich with some spice yet fresh enough to lift it above its peers. Drink from 2015

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    The grapes for this wine come from vines in Brooks` Yamhill vineyards and from their Brooks Estate. Elevage takes place in stainless steel to retain the vibrant fruit character of Willamette Valley Riesling.

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    `No critical reviews of this wine but it looks set to win many friends, perhaps too many as there isn`t very much! The vintage is a good one and this wine is quite grandiose and intense with delicious tannins and sense of sophistication. Very limited.` Jason Haynes

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    2016 - Tangerine orange blossom, honey and a continuum of lemon sing all the way through the palate. The toasty oak framework lies underneath the fruit profile, lifting and supporting it. The creamy, zesty texture goes on forever, well beyond a typical white wine finish. Secondary notes of Jasmine, tropical guava, green apple, pear, apricot, and Marzipan all emerge in this vivacious, high toned, silky beauty. - Peter Stolpman

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    100% cabernet franc. Two adjacent vineyards in the Finger Lakes. Destemmed and fermented warm in stainless steel. Aged in new and neutral puncheons. Ripe. - Robert Foley

  • The 2016 Pinot Noir (Santa Barbara County) is an addition to Gavin Chanin`s range. Sweet red cherry and floral notes are nicely pushed forward in this tasty, appellation-level Pinot. Drink it over the next few years. -- Antonio Galloni, 90 points, Vinous.

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    This very unique Trousseau grows on limestone soil, the perfect environment to make a pure and mineral red wine. Combe 2016 is light-bodied showing subtle hints of dried herbs, bright red cherries, cranberries and rubharb. The underlying stony minerality and very delicate tannins makes it the perfect match for cheese or a light lunch, served straight out of the eurocave for fresher temperature.

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    Since the start of the winemaking project, Kyle MacLachan had looked to add a 100% Syrah to the portfolio and the first vintage of Baby Bear coincided with the birth of his son, hence the slightly unusual name. Make no mistakes, this is not a `baby` wine nor a second wine as one may expect with the name. Intensely rich with a touch of eucalyptic, a distinct floral (potpourri) note on the nose and palate and a sprinkle of black pepper giving Syrah typicity. Despite its volupteous fruit, there is plenty of fresh acidity to balance The very fine tannic structure is flawless and though ready to drink now with its bold flavours, it would be fun to see how it develops in the cellar. Until recently I thought of Washington reds as being Cabernet Dominated, but the rise of Syrah makes perfect sense. The long, hot summers of Eastern Washington is well suited to Syrah and wines like this showcase just how good Washington Syrah can be. A tiny annual production of around 300-400 cases

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    Pale to medium ruby-purple colored, the 2016 Pinot Noir Royal St. Robert struts a super savory nose of chargrilled meats, yeast extract, wood smoke and forest floor with a core of wild strawberries, raspberry tart and cranberries plus touches of dried Provence herbs and truffles. The medium-bodied palate reveals a chewy frame with seamless acid supporting a great core of expressive, earthy layers culminating in a long, mineral-laced finish. - Lisa Perrotti Brown 94

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    Dark crimson in colour with an enticing Cabernet blackfruited nose intermingled with spice from a 100% new oak, I expected the Pursued by Bear to be a beast, which is clearly isn`t. Don`t get me wrong, it is a bold Bear with a hedonistic nose and plenty of volume on the palate with sumpteous fruit, but the tannins are beautifully refined and there is a sense of restrained on the dark plummy fruit and what most surprised me was a sense of impeccable balance.

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

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    This wine offers both the sweet and the savory, with a heady mix of violet, Kirsch, smoked meats, anise and black olives. On the palate, it is firm and full-bodied, with an age-worthy, almost Cabernet like structure. An acid-driven freshness underscores the flavors, adding length and dimension to this sophisticated Syrah.

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    "The 2016 Pinot Noir (Sonoma Coast) is endowed with terrific depth in this vintage. Beautifully expressive and resonant, the 2016 offers notable richness in its succulent red cherry, plum and spice nuances. This open-knit, juicy Pinot will drink well with minimal cellaring. This is a fabulous appellation-level Pinot. -- Antonio Galloni 92 "