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No Girls Double Lucky

Produced 2017 - present

Professional reviews and tasting notes from prior vintages added as published. Scores within parentheses indicate barrel samples:

2019 No Girls Wines Double Lucky

93 Points

A beautiful proprietary blend of Grenache, Syrah and Tempranillo, which was mainly crafted from younger vines, the 2019 No Girls Double Lucky Red Wine opens with red rose petals alongside green peppercorns, white truffle and shades of marionberry on the nose. Soft on the mouth, with good finesse, this very salty and savory wine is best consumed over the next few years. Drink 2022-2028. —Owen Bargreen,

92 Points

The 2019 Double Lucky is cut from the same cloth, offering a charming, medium-bodied, delicious style as well as bright black cherry and currant fruits, notes of leafy herbs, peppery spice, and scorched earth, ripe, silky tannins, and a great finish. It's another gorgeous, seamless, elegant wine that has real character and depth. —Jeb Dunnuck,

2018 No Girls Wines Double Lucky

94 Points

A blend of Grenache, Syrah and Tempranillo, mostly sourced from younger vines, the 2018 Double Lucky #8 shows a gorgeous bouquet of freshly tilled loamy soils, green olive tapenade, black tea and wild blackberry compote aromas that all meld in the glass. The palate is already beautifully evolved, showing tar, leather, black currant jelly, orange rind and umami tones that come together nicely. The salinity, weight and length of the wine add to the complexity. —Owen Bargreen, Vinous

2017 No Girls Wines Double Lucky

94 Points

Priced extremely competitively, the wine is a proprietary blend of Grenache, Syrah and Tempranillo, mostly sourced from younger vines. The wine shows Umami tones with blood orange rind, sour red fruits and shades of green peppercorn on the nose. The mouthfeel has a seamless texture with magical length. Layers of Hoisin sauce with white pepper, black truffle shavings, salted Parma ham and roasted dates that all magically come together on the palate. The freshness is exceedingly good. This finishes exceedingly long and is remarkably easy to drink, as the 2017 Double Lucky is best enjoyed over the next six to eight years. —Owen Bargreen,

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