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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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    This 30 year old vineyard made up from seven acres of Pinot Noir and eight acres of Chardonnay was planted by the Demuth family. The age of the vines enables the vineyards to be dry farmed to improve sustainability.

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    Very fresh and complex on the nose, this wine delivers aromas of lemon curd, honeysuckle and juicy pear. Lychee, pineapple and hints of honey add weight and textural richness to the palate. A slight nuttiness rounds out the minerality, creating a long, complex finish.

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    Very fresh and complex on the nose, this wine delivers aromas of lemon curd, honeysuckle and juicy pear. Lychee, pineapple and hints of honey add weight and textural richness to the palate. A slight nuttiness rounds out the minerality, creating a long, complex finish.

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    Brilliant garnet in colour, the nose reveals classic Durell notes of light spice and blackberry tart. Coffee grounds, pine and clove add to its complexity. On the palate, a unique fusion of rhubarb and tart black cherry flavors create a succulent finish, while maintaining Durell’s signature spice and smooth, unctuous mouthfeel.

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    Brilliant garnet in colour, the nose reveals classic Durell notes of light spice and blackberry tart. Coffee grounds, pine and clove add to its complexity. On the palate, a unique fusion of rhubarb and tart black cherry flavors create a succulent finish, while maintaining Durell’s signature spice and smooth, unctuous mouthfeel.

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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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    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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    Stolpman`s largest cuvée, amounting to some 4,400 cases, is the keenly priced 2016 Syrah Estate, which reveals a classic nose of blackberry, violets, rose petal, cracked pepper and grilled meat. On the palate, the wine is medium to full-bodied, expansive and juicy with an ample core of sweet fruit and good length and persistence. Some chalky tannins assert themselves on the finish, but it`s already drinking well. William Kelley 92

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    The well-drained Ohlson Ranch sandstone soils naturally limit vigor while the cool sunshine, moderated by the fog covered Pacific Ocean, maintains balanced ripening throughout the growing season.

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    Pale to medium ruby-purple colored, the 2016 Pinot Noir Home Field Vineyard gives up notes of black tea, scorched earth, raspberries and wild blueberries with fragrant wafts of lilacs and rose hips plus a suggestion of charcuterie. Medium-bodied, intensely fruited and tightly wound, the palate is taut, muscular and lively with bags of energy down to the long, perfumed finish. 94+/100 Lisa Perrotti-Brown

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    Exotic spices, musky pheramones, minerality, darjaleeng tea, a temptress.

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    The 2015 Chardonnay Four is the richest and lushest of this lineup of three Sta. Rita Hills Chardonnays. Viscous and creamy, with tons of aromatic and flavor intensity, the 2015 has a lot to recommend it. The broad, ample style will appeal most to readers who enjoy bigger Chardonnays. Antonio Galloni 93

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    Jim and Bob Varner`s Foxglove range remain the wines to disprove two stereo types about Californian wine. that they are over priced and that they are overly oaked. Jim and Bob put the same care into their Foxglove range as they do for their Varner estate wines and they relish the challenge to produce Cabernet of this quality at this price point. 100% stainless steel - no oak whatsoever!

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    I have learnt a great deal listening to Jim and Bob Varner talking about Zinfandel. Their philosophy revolves around early picking to give the wine some restraint, to keep the alchohol down and just as importantly, to emphasis the aromatics that the varietal is capable of. As with all of the Foxglove wines, this does not see any new oak, allowing the ripe, bramble Zinfandel fruit to come to the fore. Soft, sweet fruit and gentle tannins make this a very crowd pleasing wine.

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    I have learnt a great deal listening to Jim and Bob Varner talking about Zinfandel. Their philosophy revolves around early picking to give the wine some restraint, to keep the alchohol down and just as importantly, to emphasis the aromatics that the varietal is capable of. As with all of the Foxglove wines, this does not see any new oak, allowing the ripe, bramble Zinfandel fruit to come to the fore. Soft, sweet fruit and gentle tannins make this a very crowd pleasing wine.

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    Medium ruby-purple colored, the 2016 Pinot Noir Bodega Vineyard has a compelling animal/meaty waft over a core of baked cherries, warm strawberries, rhubarb, fertile loam, dried Provence herbs and lavender. Medium-bodied with a great mid-palate of muscular red fruit, it has a solid line of grainy tannins and plenty of freshness, finishing long with loads of mineral and earthy layers. 94/100 Lisa Perrotti-Brown