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2022 Luke Columbia Valley Chardonnay

Tim Fish, Wine Spectator, March 2024

“Generous and fun to drink, this white offers green apple, lemon curd and spice flavors that zip along the finish.”

95 points

Piper-Heidsieck Cuvée Brut

Kyle Swartz, Beverage Dynamics, March 2024

“Reflecting the house style, this blend of wines produced from multiple parcels provides a cross section of the region’s terroir. The wine is brilliant pale gold in the glass, with a fine and persistent mousse. The extended bottle aging provides multiple layers of tree fruit and toasted nuts. In the mouth, it is supple and lively. A great example of an attractive house style, from one of the region’s leading producers”

88-90 points

2021 M. Chapoutier Les Granilites Rouge

Joe Czerwinski, Wine Advocate, May 2024

“Chapoutier's 2021 Saint-Joseph Les Granilites exhibits some crushed stone and raspberry notes but also a decent amount of cedary pencil shavings. Only medium-bodied and not that charming on the palate, there are plentiful tannins and a touch of hardness on the finish, despite the bulk of the tannins seeming quite silky. There's the sensation of slightly over-steeped tea.”

93 points

2021 M. Chapoutier Invitare Condrieu

Joe Czerwinski, Wine Advocate, May 2024

“The 2021 Condrieu Invitare showcases the appellation's typical floral aromas, with just a hint of ginger and some fresh apricot flavors. Medium-bodied, this isn't a huge, blowsy wine but a refined, elegant and somewhat understated Condrieu that drinks well now, with a long and silky finish. It's Chapoutier's view that Viognier needs some oxygen during its élevage to help resolve the variety's bitterness, so this is largely matured in demi-muids but with virtually no new oak”

91-93 points

2021 M. Chapoutier Quatuor

Joe Czerwinski, Wine Advocate, May 2024

“A blend of four Chapoutier-owned parcels, the 2021 Cote Rotie Quatuor boasts exciting aromas of violets, dried spices, red raspberries and redcurrants. It's medium-bodied and suave in the mouth, framed by silky, delicate tannins. It's already approachable, with maybe a touch too much cranberry on the long finish.”

95 points

2021 M. Chapoutier Quatuor

Stuart Pigott, James Suckling, May 2024

“This Cote-Roti is not only very fresh, it also has a haunting nose of forest berries, candied bitter oranges and dry forest floor. Very fine tannins on the concentrated but vibrant palate. This grows and grows in the glass, the minerality expanding in the very long, dense and fresh finish. From biodynamically grown grapes. Drink or hold.”

90-92 points

2021 M. Chapoutier La Combe Pilate Viognier

Joe Czerwinski, Wine Advocate, May 2024

“From a granitic site near Michel's home in Ardeche, the 2021 IGP Collines Rhodaniennes La Combe Pilate Viognier is spicy, floral and perfumed, as it should be, with hints of nutmeg, cassia, anise, melon and orange blossom. Made in stainless steel, it's medium-bodied and richly textured, with a long, spice-driven finish.”

91 points

2020 Tinto Pesquera Crianza

Joaquín Hidalgo, Vinous, September 2023

“The 2020 Criazna is 100% Tempranillo from Pesquera del Duero. Aged for 14 months in American Oak barrels, its garnet-red with a purple sheen. The nose offers strawberry, herb, undergrowth and oak aromas/ Dry and taut on the palate with finely-grained tannins and a compact profile, this is aflavorful example of Ribera red. ”

94 points

2020 Tinto Pesquera Crianza

Mike DeSimone, Wine Enthusiast, November 2023

Editors' Choice. Black currant, menthol and cocoa powder aromas waft from the glass. This wine opens on spicy notes of anisette and mint leaf that are accompanied by robust tannins and black cherry, cassis, milk chocolate, caramel and violet flavors. The lengthy finish is marked with light floral and cooling herb notes.”

90 points

2020 Tinto Pesquera Crianza

Joshua Greene, Wine & Spirits, June 2023

“Black cherry and fresh tobacco scents lift this wine out of its warm fruit flavors of jammy blueberries. Soft and cushioned, with oak in the background, this is mature and ready to drink.”

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