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    With this Pinot, Anthill Farms look to create a food-friendly, nuanced wine that represents the unique character of the Anderson Valley. Somewhat remote from most of Northern California’s wine-growing districts, this valley shelters a surprisingly harmonious blend of the wild and the civilized. in one vista, one can see sheep ranches, redwood groves, apple orchards, and impenetrable oak scrub.

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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 "

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    "The 2016 Pinot Noir Tina Marie Vineyard is a wine of subtlety and finesse. Lifted and understated, the Tina Marie is beautifully persistent on the palate, with pretty floral and savory notes that give the wine its aromatic top notes. Bright red cherry, plum and rose petal linger in this mid-weight, tightly wound wine. -- Antonio Galloni 91"

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    "The 2016 Pinot Noir Campbell Ranch Vineyard opens with a serious burst of fruit. There is terrific depth and intensity, but today the oak is showing a bit more prominently than is typically the case with the Anthill Pinots. The 33% whole clusters are not at all evident. The Campbell Ranch has quite a bit of potential. -- Antonio Galloni 93+"

  • "The 2016 Pinot Noir Abbey Harris Vineyard is one of the most powerful and tightly wound wines in the range. Layers of fruit are wrapped around a spine of tannin in this hugely promising Pinot. Even though the wine is still recovering from its recent bottling, there is more than enough complexity to make me think all it needs is time. -- Antonio Galloni 93+ "

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    "The 2016 Pinot Noir Peters Vineyard is a powerful, brooding wine. Crushed flowers, tobacco and earthy notes give the Peters a distinctly dark feel. In this tasting, the Peters is decidedly reticent and tightly wound. -- Antonio Galloni 91+"

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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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    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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    The hallmark of this wine is the spicy, smoky quality that underpins the dark fruit character. Concentrated and with great tension, this is delicious now due to its ripe fruit and balance but could have a long future ahead of it if it is allowed to. In 2000 16 acres of Pinot Noir were densely planted to protect the vines from the ocean winds and to provide heat from the soil. Duvarita starts at around 180 feet, rising to 370 feet and it is farmed bio-dynamically. (Drink from now)

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    The 2013 is a delicious and serious wine, racy and focussed, with sublime balance and length. This is high-class juice in every respect, packed with bright citrus flavours, subtle stone fruit and full of mineral complexities, possibly outshining any other Californian white we`ve tried (that has even been close to this price point). The impressive phenolics give a breadth and texture that you simply don`t see from other winemakers and there`s a chalkiness and tang to the wine that is reminiscent of Grand Cru Chablis. It`s almost impossible to resist now, but will only get better and better and we wouldn`t hesitate to cellar for up to 5-8 years (or beyond!). Just gorgeous!

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    The hallmark of this wine is the spicy, smoky quality that underpins the dark fruit character. Concentrated and with great tension, this is delicious now due to its ripe fruit and balance but could have a long future ahead of it if it is allowed to. In 2000 16 acres of Pinot Noir were densely planted to protect the vines from the ocean winds and to provide heat from the soil. Duvarita starts at around 180 feet, rising to 370 feet and it is farmed bio-dynamically. (Drink from now)

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  • 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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    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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    Translucent pale ruby in hue, the 2016 Pinot Noir Los Alamos Vineyard offers up an earthy bouquet of beetroot, spice, citrus rind and cola. On the palate, the wine is medium-bodied, supple and open-knit, albeit a little ephemeral, with melting tannins and juicy acids. This is structured for near-term consumption. William Kelley 89

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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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    `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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    The Eileen vineyard is 16.6 acres and this includes 4 acres (all of Wadensvil Clone) that were planted in 2006. Ranging from 550 to 720 feet, Eileen is Cristom`s highest elevation vineyard, facing entirely to the south east. The first vintage was in 2000 and the producion is around 700 cases.

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    Jessie enjoys the steepest aspect of the estate and produces arguably the most Burgundian-like wine of all the single vineyard offerings. This 2013 has a delightful mix of spice, red fruits and fresh, brambly Pinot character. Drink. 2019-2024

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    Eileen is one of the oldest plots and sits atop the estate. This has an impressive sense of vibrancy and bite. There is nice power and intensity but as always the colour is light and delicate. Drink from 2018

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    We bring together sites from the northwest end of the Anderson Valley to create the Fog-Eater. This vintage has a savory expression with deeper fruit tones and more tannin structure. This wine was made to embody a heightened level of complexity, roundness and richness. A classic representation of Anderson Valley is the result.

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  • "The 2016 Syrah Perli Vineyard is simply gorgeous. Rich, powerful and unctuous, with striking fruit density, the 2016 packs a serious punch. Blackberry jam, game, licorice, cloves and new leather infuse this sumptuous yet structured, savory, cool-climate Syrah. The 40% whole clusters add dimension but are also impeccably balanced. What a pretty and distinctive wine this is. Vinous: 94pts"