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$24.00 $18.99
"A small-production wine from one of the top vineyard sites in Morgon, this is structured and firm, with a strong tannic element over the rich berry fruits. All this richness balances with a strong line of acidity."
Wine Enthusiast 91 pts
$18.00 $14.99
"The Catena Malbec Appellation Vista Flores shows a dark violet color with black reflections. The nose offers ripe, concentrated dark and red fruit aromas with delicate floral notes of lavender and violet, and mocha. The mouthfeel is rich and full with notes of sweet spice and a touch of leather. The finish presents soft, well-integrated tannins with bright, crisp acidity that gives the wine exceptional length."
Vineria
$25.00 $21.00
"Refined, with a big structure buoyed by expressive currant, espresso and savory spice flavors that build toward polished tannins. Drink now through 2025. 8,163 cases made."
Wine Spectator 91 pts
$60.00 $46.00
"Lush and inviting, with cassis, creamed plum and boysenberry puree flavors gliding through on a very polished structure, while anise, mocha and tobacco accents check in on the finish. A seductive style. Drink now through 2028"
Wine Spectator 93 pts
$40.00 $34.00
"Offers a lively beam of crisp acidity, paired with complex and precise blueberry, raspberry, white pepper and licorice flavors that build richness toward a long finish. Drink now through 2026"
Wine Spectator 93 pts
$28.00 $28.00
"Winemaker Adam Lee's first crack at a Santa Barbara County blend is a hit, and he plays in the lighter end of the Pinot Noir spectrum as well. Aromas of crushed slate, red cherry and rose petals lead into a bouncy palate that's tart in flavors of pomegranate and raspberry."
Wine Enthusiast 93 pts
$18.00 $14.59
"The 2016 Bastide Miraflors is 80% Syrah and 20% Grenache grown on granite and gneiss at elevations approaching 400 meters above sea level. Half was matured in demi-muids, half in concrete, with oak staves. It's a firm, structured wine—not so much as to be unapproachable, just enough to partner with red meat. A hint of cracked pepper accents blueberry and cassis fruit in this medium to full-bodied red that comes across as being similar to a solid Saint-Joseph."
Robert Parker 89 pts
$17.00 $13.99
"Broad-shouldered, with a core of refined blackberry, orange peel and sage flavors that take on structure toward big but polished tannins. Best from 2020 through 2026. 9,795 cases made."
Wine Spectator 91 pts
$13.00 $12.99
"This supple red is balanced and expressive. Cherry, vanilla, orange peel and spice notes mingle over light tannins, supported by citrusy acidity. Not a big wine, but has focus and energy. Drink now through 2025. 2,500 cases made."
Wine Spectator 90 pts
$15.00 $13.99
"The highly drinkable 2017 Pour Ma Gueule mixes grapes from Maule and Itata, and in 2017, it's mostly Cinsault, with 9% País and 4% Syrah, which I think contributes to its drinkability. The nose is fantastic, expressive and floral and the palate fresh and vibrant, with contained alcohol and a nice mouthfeel. 40,000 bottles produced. It was bottled in March 2018."
Robert Parker 91 pts