Wine Spectator Top 100 #2 and #3 Wines are in at Sherlock’s!

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As you all may or may not know, Wine Spectator annually releases their Top 100 list of wines in December. We have just acquired the #2 and #3 wines of 2016 but only LIMITED QUANTITIES ARE AVAILABLE.  Reserve yours today as this opportunity only comes once a year!

#2 Top 100 – 2014 Domaine Serene “Evenstad” Chardonnay $59.99*


95 Points   Oregon has made serious strides with Chardonnay this decade, and a growing number of wines excite with depth and lively energy. Domaine Serene has produced Chardonnay since 1998 and now makes five single-vineyard versions from designated portions of its 200-plus acres of vines in the Dundee Hills appellation. Beginning in 2010, owners Ken and Grace Evenstad blended selected barrels from these individual vineyards into an Evenstad Reserve bottling, following the successful format of the winery’s similarly named Pinot Noir. The 2014 is the best one yet, taut, crisp, sleek and expressive, with a startlingly long finish.


#3 Top 100 – 2014 Beaux Freres “Beaux Freres” Pinot Noir $99.99*


95 Points  Owner Mike Etzel started planting Beaux Frères’ original 24 acres in 1988 on a steep south-facing slope on Ribbon Ridge, near the north end of Oregon’s Willamette Valley, using the Pommard and Wädenswil Pinot Noir clones that dominated the state’s vineyard-scape at the time. The first vintage was 1991, and Beaux Frères soon became an Oregon standard-bearer. As the early opulent style gradually achieved more elegance and transparency, the wines continued to earn outstanding and classic ratings. The 2014 brims with rich fruit and floral flavors that present themselves in layers, coming together into a supple, expressive balance.


10% Off 12 bottle Cases Solid or Mixed

5% Off 6 Packs Solid or Mixed

*Before tax.

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