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With the James Bond movie Spectre being released today, no time could be better to drink Bollinger. The most suave spy in the world has been sipping on Bollinger since Moonraker in 1979. While we can’t all drive a fully loaded, customized machine gun having Aston Martin, we certainly can chill down a bottle of Bolli! The 2004 Bollinger "Grande Année" Brut Champagne ($109) is as good as Champagne gets; all barrel fermented and full of masculine, Pinot Noir power and high class elegance. We even have a few bottles of the limited 2009 Bollinger "James Bond 007" Brut Champagne ($195) in stock for the diehard fan of Bond & Champagne!

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K&L Electronic Newsletter 6th Edition: Sonoma All Summer

K&L Wine News July 15 2013: Sonoma: Land, Legacy, & Lots of Wine

K&L Wine News

July 2013

Electronic Newsletter Sixth Edition

Sonoma: Land, Legacy & Lots of Wine!

From California classics to modern twists on European traditions, Sonoma's rich winemaking heritage, diverse landscape, and warm, welcoming vibe continues to win the hearts of wine lovers seeking variety, history, and value all wrapped into one delicious bottle after another. Inside we report on recent vintages, producers to watch, and top picks for the summer.  

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K&L Electronic Newsletter 4th Edition - Bordeaux: The King of Wines

K&L Wine News June 17 2013: Bordeaux K&L Wine News

June 2013

Electronic Newsletter Fourth Edition

Bordeaux: The King of Wines 

The 2009 and 2010 Bordeaux vintages are two of the best ever back-to-back vintages  in Bordeaux we've ever seen! This issue features highlights and recommendations from our expert staff, a preview of 2012 vintage, and links to browse our incredible selection of stunning values. 

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Spanish & Portuguese Wine News: K&L'sFirst Spain-Focused Electronic Newsletter!

By: Joe Manekin | K&L Spanish & Portuguese Wine Buyer

Greetings all,

For anyone who missed our first Spain focused online newsletter emailed earlier this week, here is the link: 

It's Memorial Day weekend, and while beer is the customary cookout tipple for many, there of course must be wine! Here are some quick picks chosen for optimal refreshment.

2011 Vega de Ribes Sauvignon Blanc Penedes - $14.99

Tired of SB's tendencies towards the tropical, grassy, one could even say obnoxious if you're a real SB hater...try this. Fully ripe but delicious sauvignon blanc from around the Garraf near Sitges (about half hour drive south of Barcelona) that refreshes and will wow for its fullness of flavor, intensity and overall balance.  Both fans and critics of Sauvignon Blanc should agree on this one. Organically farmed and very low total sulphur as well, I'm thirsty just thinking about this wine.

2011 Morgadio Albariño Rias Baixas - $19.99

If you're looking for the real thing, something beyond the juicy fruit and hint of CO2 sparkle of a more basic, starter Albariño, Morgadio is the way to go. It cuts a wide, bright, tangy citric and yellow stone fruited swath across the palate, with acidity that is not at all shy but remains balanced with the fruit and granite minerality. Good vine material, native yeast fermentation and patient ageing on the lees in tank separate this from a host of its competitors in the region.

2012 Xavier Clua "El Sola d'en Pol" Rosado Terra Alta - $10.99

Syrah and Grenache rosado that is not shy with the red berry and watermelon fruit, but does not go to a nearly bubblegummy rosé place; it finishes clean, mineral and dry. Xavier Clua makes very good, affordable wines in his southern Catalan locale. The staff is starting to buy this up and drink it down - usually a good sign.

2010 Viña Zorzal Graciano Navarra (previously $14.99) - $12.99

A juicy, fruit forward and satisfying rendition of what is more often a blending grape in Rioja, an oddball red variety in Rota near the Sherry triangle, and even a popular grape variety on the island of Gran Canaria. To further entice you to try for yourself, we've knocked a few dollars off the price.

Saludos and happy holiday weekend everyone,




Joe Manekin

Spanish, Portuguese, Latin American Wine Buyer

K&L Wine Merchants

Ph: 877.559.4637 ext. 2748