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2012 Malbec


Intense, pure, with full colours and lush youthful aromas. This wine represents Achaval Ferrer's vision of what Malbec is capable of. Sourced from three vineyards, two of which are 66 and 86 years of age, the wine is aged for 9 months in French oak.

CSPC 502892       Retail $27.95

2011 Quimera

The 2011 Quimera made from malbec, merlot, cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc and petit verdot from varying locations boasts huge structure, dark fruits, and savory, herbal notes. A unique wine, blending the best of Argentina’s Malbec qualities with those of red grapes usually associated with Bordeaux and California. Quaffable in the short term but easily amenable to extended aging that will add complexity, nuance and elegance as time goes by.

CSPC 504060       Retail $44.95




2010 Ursa


The Ursa  delivers with generous ripe fruit flavors – notes of fresh plum, red cherry, and blackberry. Barrel time in French oak offers hints of vanilla, and savory roasted thyme. Well-integrated and balanced, the 2010 vintage offers a polished, lifted finish. 42% Merlot, 41% Cabernet Franc, 10% Malbec, 7% Cabernet Sauvignon.

92 Points - The Wine Spectator

CSPC 759589        Retail $56.95

2010 Arctos


This dense blend is a bolder counterpoint to its companion Ursa. Deeper fruit notes of black cherry and boysenberry, punctuated by intense clove baking spices and pungent licorice and black tea. 59% Cabernet Sauvignon, 29% Cabernet Franc, 12% Merlot.

90 Points - The Wine Spectator

CSPC 759590       Retail $61.95


2010 Star


Living up to its name, this easy-drinking, fruit-forward blend, has become a breakout favorite in the Baer blend lineup. Supple and silky, with a fresh acidity. Pretty red currant and cranberry are joined by roasted coffee and cocoa powder. 87% Merlot, 8% Cabernet Franc, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon.

90 Points - The Wine Spectator

CSPC 759591       Retail $45.95

2009 Callisto


The nose on this wine is big and expressive, with aromas of sweet black cherry, black raspberry, roasted coffee, black olive, and shoe polish. On the palate, the wine is concentrated and richly textured, with a broad feeling and a lingering, integrated finish. The sweet dark fruit flavors mingle with the savory herb characteristics of thyme and roasted sage. 75% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Cabernet Franc, 7% Merlot, 3% Malbec.

91 Points - The Wine Spectator

CSPC 759592      Retail $65.95

 

2010 Landslide Fire


The 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon Landslide Fire presents a more floral, red-toned expression of Stags’ Leap to match its silky, polished personality. This is another relatively soft, sexy wine that offers plenty of early appeal. Red currants, pomegranate and freshly cut roses are some of the notes that are layered into the finish. The Landslide Fire is made from some of the cooler parts of the estate. The blend is 80% Cabernet Sauvignon, 13% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Franc and 2% Malbec. 

94 Points - The Wine Advocate

CSPC 503317      Retail $112.95

 

2010 Chateauneuf du Pape


The delicious, open-knit 2010 Chateauneuf du Pape (80% Grenache, 18% Syrah and 2% Mourvedre) exhibits sexy kirsch liqueur notes intermixed with notions of roasted Provencal herbs, pepper, smoked meats and forest floor. It is a full-bodied, fat, fleshy Chateauneuf with a serious alcoholic punch.

91 Points - The Wine Advocate
91 Points - The Wine Spectator
 
CSPC 850816      Retail $49.95

2010 Chateauneuf du Pape Alexis Establet


The 2010 Chateauneuf du Pape Cuvee Alexis Establet is 100% Grenache from nearly 100-year-old vines. Most of this offering comes from the famed terroir in the northern Chateauneuf du Pape sector known as La Gardiole. It displays a slightly darker ruby/plum/purple color than the traditional cuvee along with deep black currant and black cherry fruit intermixed with Christmas fruitcake, cedarwood, spice box and garrigue notes.
 
CSPC 502301      Retail $57.95

94 Points - The Wine Advocate
92 Points - The Wine Spectator


2011 Chateauneuf du Pape Blanc


Beautifully floral and pure, with honeysuckle, chamomile and white peach notes framed by a gentle, heather honey edge and backed by a long, stony finish.

92 Points - The Wine Spectator
 
CSPC 743128      Retail $51.95

2008 Estate Cabernet


Dark cherry, currant and espresso notes are balanced by elegant minerality and French Oak accents of vanilla and structured tannins. The wine reveals impressive levels of richness as well as intensity.
 
CSPC 744056      Retail $55.95

2012 Sauvignon Blanc


This Sauvignon Blanc begins with fresh vibrant aromas of melon, pear, grapefruit and hints of dried apricot and fig. The palate captures the essence of the aromatics with a bounty of bright citrus and minerality laced with crisp acidity that lingers with a fresh finish.
 
CSPC 503318      Retail $26.95


2011 Chardonnay


This wine offers an impressive balance of bright pear, white peach, and pineapple complimented by subtle notes of vanilla and toasted almond. The Napa fruit enjoys a touch of malolactic fermentation and limited French oak exposure, resulting in a bright and harmonious wine with an elegant finish.
 
CSPC 744057      Retail $31.95

2010 Gran Malbec


Mature blackberries and cherries on the nose with mineral notes. Vibrant, round and juicy on the palate with a good acidity which is well balanced with the soft and juicy tannins. Concentrated and elegant with a long, fresh finish.
 
CSPC 502918      Retail $35.95

2011 Gran Cabernet Sauvignon


Wonderful scents of black licorice, peppermint & black pepper with hints of butter and sweet paprika. The palate introduces wildflowers, blackberries, boysenberries and a delicate hint of
white peaches. Ripe, fleshy mouth-coating tannins and an elegant acid backbone supports this rich, deep and unique Cabernet Sauvignon from Tupungato.
 
CSPC 503304      Retail $35.95


2011 Gran Corte


Opaque black, with vibrant red/violet trim towards the edge. The nose suggests blueberry, dried cherry, fig and cassis and hints of savory smoke-cured meats. Tightly knit and dense, it fills the mouth with vibrant pomegranate, gala apple, wildflower honey, bittersweet chocolate and pie crust, with plump, thick tannins and a kaleidoscopic finish.
 
CSPC 851883      Retail $46.95

2012 Quinto Sauvignon Blanc


The 2012 Quinto Sauvignon Blanc has a fresh lime flower and fresh green apple-scented bouquet that lifts energetically from the glass. The palate is well-balanced, with hints of pear, ginger and elderflower that dovetail into a precise, well-defined finish that stays true to the grape variety.
 
CSPC 757206      Retail $24.95







2011 Signal Cannon Merlot


A cheerful aroma of ripe red fruits, peppery spice and a hint of toasted oak. A wonderful example of Merlot, with loads of red berry flavours and gentle peppery tannins. A well rounded and vibrant palate with subtle oak and a delightfully long finish.
 
CSPC 757940      Retail $15.95

2011 Baldrick Shiraz


The 2011 Baldrick Shiraz is blended with 9% Mourvedre and 1% Viognier and is matured in used barrels to reduce wood influence. It has a well-composed nose of raspberry, hot gravel and white pepper that is harmonious and focused. The palate is medium-bodied with supple, silky smooth tannins. It is understated with a feminine, fleshy finish that is finely tuned. 

90 Points - The Wine Advocate
 
CSPC 503304      Retail $19.95


2012 Singal Cannon Chenin Blanc


The nose carries refreshing tropical fruit, granadilla, guava and crisp apple. The exciting mélange of tropical fruits, which include kiwi, passion fruit and papaya follows on the palate, which is well-structured with wonderful balance and a crisp tantalizing finish. 
 
CSPC 851883      Retail $15.95

2012 Sauvignon Blanc


A refined nose of citrus passion fruit and fig is supported nicely by moderate capsicum freshness. The aromas on the nose carry through beautifully to a firm but fruit driven palate with a mild acidic zing, some flintiness and the lingering taste of guava.
 
CSPC 757206      Retail $19.95








Winemaker Lance Baer founded Baer Winery in 2000 with a single passion—to bring something unique to Woodinville. After years of working with some of the most prestigious wineries in the area, Lance wanted to take his winemaking skills in his own, creative, direction. Lance succeeded in handcrafting blends distinctly his own, and in April 2003 the winery’s signature blend, Ursa, was released. 


 

































































This historic farm was originally named Vondeling, and its wines were given that name when the estate was bought by Julian Johnsen, Anthony Ward, and Richard Gower in 2001. The farm has a three-centuries-old winemaking tradition dating back to the early 1700’s.  On the highest peak of Vondeling farm lies a piece of heritage. One of the Cape’s original signal cannons rests where it was once used to communicate to farmers that a ship had arrived in Cape Town’s Table Bay harbor. Farmers would then hasten to the docks to trade their wares, swop stories and receive mail. In recognition of these brave pioneer farmers, the Estate has named this wine after this symbol of their era.


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