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Lucia Gary's Vineyard Pinot Noir 2018 (Santa Lucia Highlands, Monterey County, California) - [JD 96] [WE 94]
Lucia Gary's Vineyard Pinot Noir 2018 (Santa Lucia Highlands, Monterey County, California) - [JD 96] [WE 94]
Retail Price: $85.00
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96 Points - Jeb Dunnuck:
"The 2018 Pinot Noir Garys’ Vineyard is a little more dense, focused, and tight, with beautiful black cherry and currant fruits as well as notes of camphor, new leather, violets, and earthy notes. I love its balance. Medium to full-bodied, it has nicely integrated acidity, subtle oak, and a great finish. It’s going to keep for 7-8 years, easily. Along with the 2016, it’s the finest vintage of this release I’ve tasted!" - Jeb Dunnuck (May 2020)

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Sean Minor Chardonnay Sonoma Coast 2018 (Sonoma Coast, California) - [WS 90 & Top 100 Values of 2020]
Sean Minor Chardonnay Sonoma Coast 2018 (Sonoma Coast, California) - [WS 90 & Top 100 Values of 2020]
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90 Points & Top 100 Values of 2020 - Wine Spectator:
"Airy and well-spiced flavors of cream, apple and ripe pear are plush and engaging. Shows buttery notes on the finish. Drink now through 2023. 2,500 cases made." - KM (December 2019)
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Tangent Winery Sauvignon Blanc “Paragon Vineyard” 2013 (Edna Valley, California)
Tangent Winery Sauvignon Blanc “Paragon Vineyard” 2013 (Edna Valley, California)
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90 Points - Wine Enthusiast Magazine (2012 vintage):
"Tangent’s unoaked Sauvignon Blancs are consistently good, and make versatile wines for food pairing. This 2012 vintage really defines their style. The wine is rich and dry in honey, limes, lemons and nectarines, with acidity so tart, it makes the mouth water. The winemaker suggests pairing with oysters, but it will go with almost anything." -S.H. 12/31/13

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