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88 Points Wine Enthusiast! Vincent Lataste's organic wine is light, bright and immediately refreshing. This is a wine that shows a strongly herbal side. It has citrus and green apple flavors that are crisp and tight. With perfumed acidity at the end, the wine is delicious to drink now. It won 2016 Best of Wine Tourism award for B&B in giant wine barrels.
90 Points! Decantalo The color is cherry red with an intense, strong red bottom, almost scarlet. In the nose it shows hardwoods with coconut and peppery scents, over a subtle fragrant bottom of ripe black fruits and fruit compote. A licorice cedary bottom also appears. On the palate it is fresh and harmonious, but with character.
91 Points Wine Enthusiast! Editors Choice! The origins of this estate go back to the 13th century when it was the property of the Knights Templar. The large 400-acre vineyard has produced this fine rich wine, full of ripe red fruits and with a bright herbal edge. It is bone dry, crisp and ready to drink.
90 Points Wine Spectator!
A very fresh style, with high-pitched red currant and bitter cherry notes, lined with a mouthwatering iron streak. Bright savory and floral accents add lift on the finish. Very pure. Drink now through 2022. 2,000 cases made.
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89 Points Wine Enthusiast! This bold wine is a promising new offering from Francis Ford Coppola. It has the classic notes of vanilla, apple and butter in the aroma, followed by full body and ripe fruit flavors that are nicely backed by some crisp acidity.
92 Points James Suckling!
Bright cranberry and citrus nose for such a big Mediterranean red. This has a lightness, too, in spite of the generous dry tannins that build at the finish. Drink now.
Pair with blue cheese, stews, spicy chili and similar hearty dishes. This wine has the heft on the palate and spice to pair well with BBQ with serious heat, pulled pork sliders and “five alarm” BBQ chicken wings.
90 Points Wine Enthusiast! Rich, soft and mouthfilling, this wine from Francis Ford Coppola has plenty of ripe black-cherry, black-plum and strawberry flavors, a broad mouthfeel and gentle texture. Light on acidity and heavy on fruitiness, it's easy to enjoy.
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93 Point Wine Enthusiast! A deep ruby-black with purple hints. Bouquet:Blackcurrant, dark cherries and blackberries, with spices, licorice and cocoa. Taste:A very rich mouthfeel with flavors of black fruit, jam, vanilla, spice and mineral notes. The wine has firm tannins and a long lasting finish.
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91 Points Wine Enthusiast! Spicy, dry plum and berry aromas are lightly floral and complex on the nose. This Cab is elegant and sturdy on the palate, with plum, raspberry and chocolate flavors that finish with grip, length, complexity and a welcome freshness.
91 Points Wine Enthusiast!
This solid, fruity, generous wine pushes bold flavors of white peach and melon into a rich mid-palate. Highlights of lemon verbena and hints of mint accompany the expected floral scents and lightly soapy character of this distinctive grape. Drink this over the next two years while its freshness is at its best.
BenMarco Malbec is a testament to Uco Valley, from which it hails, proffering aromas of fresh black fruit and floral notes of violets. The palate shows great balance, very fine tannins, and a thread of acidity going through its core, lifting it up and going its length.
90 Points Wine Enthusiast!
Four Bordeaux varieties work as a team in this bottling to deliver aromas of blackberry jam, caramel, roasted cocoa, peppercorn and dark soil. There's great cohesion to the palate, where black cherry, hints of root beer and purple flowers ride buoyant acidity and chalky tannins.
Elderberry, wood smoke, charred beef and baked soil show on the nose of this bottling from a region south of Hollister. There is a lot of earthy flavor on the sip, with wet soil adding to the tangy black plum skin and smoke qualities.
90 Points Robert Parker!
“Dave Phinney - is one of the more creative young minds in all of the world’s winedom. He is doing things that are far beyond his modest age and deserves to be commended for the brilliant individuality/singularity of all of his efforts.”
“As of now, Dave Phinney might be my “value winemaker of the year” candi- date. If there are better wines for under $20 a bottle in the world today, please share that information with the Wine Advocate.’ –
A blend of Negroamaro and Nero d’Avola from the Southern region of Puglia combined with Barbera from Piemonte in the North.
A vast array of aromas escape the glass—black cherry, nutmeg, cinnamon, and cured meat—which are complemented by shades of sandalwood, vanilla, balsa and evergreen. The entry is silky smooth with a textured mid-palate of velvety fig, blueberry jam and soft oak. A hint of sea salt on the finish is rounded out with a mouthfeel that fades slowly.
89 Points Wine Enthusiast! Aromas of white stone fruit, spring blossom and graphite. The linear palate evokes apple, ripe yellow pear, lemon rind and flint alongside fresh acidity. A hint of toasted nut backs up the finish.
89 Points Wine.com!
Can I please have my Chablis and not pay a whopping high price? The 2017 William Fèvre Champs Royaux has fortunately come to the rescue. TASTING NOTES: This wine is bright, clean, and fresh. Its weight and ripe apple, savory spices, and chalk should pair it nicely with sashimi.
89 Points Wine Enthusiast! The excellent Carabella vineyard supplies the fruit, which is fermented and aged in a mix of stainless and oak barrels. Juicy and tight, this offers melon, lemon, apple and pear, framed with citrus-rind phenolics.
93 Points Tasting Panel Magazine
2016 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition - Gold Medal
2017 Los Angeles Int'l Wine Competition - 92 Pooints /Gold Medal
This is a limited vintage from the highest nine acre block of the Goodchild Vineyard, an outstanding location to grow the superior clone 667.
90 Points Wine Enthusiast!
Floral jasmine and apple blossom notes are inviting in this wine, which offers a seamless palate of lush apple, pear and stone fruit flavors. The fruity mid-palate evolves into a smooth finish of nutmeg spice.
89 Points Wine Spectator!
This generous white shows good cut to the peach, apple and spice flavors. Firms up, leaving a mouthwatering impression and a hint of mineral on the finish. Drink now through 2022. 1,000 cases imported.
89 Points Wine Enthusiast!
This juicy, fruity Beaujolais-style wine is instantly appealing. Its grape, raspberry and cherry flavors are highlighted with orange peel scents. It's definitely made to be drunk young.
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88 Points Wine Enthusiast!
This is a light tart wine, cradled in herbaceousness and well-defined flavors of strawberry, cranberry and rhubarb. High in acidity and subtle in oak, it has a grainy texture piquant in cardamom spice.
89 Points Wine Enthusiast!
Olallieberrries, grape seeds, roasting herbs and hot gravel show on the nose of this appellation blend by Adam Lee, whose recently sold his brand to Jackson Family but remains deeply involved. A marjoram-laced cranberry-juice flavor consumes the palate, lifted further by hints of dried fennel.
92 Points Wine Enthusiast! Baked red cherry, vanilla dust and a slight edge of bay leaf show on this well-rounded estate bottle. Ripe raspberry and pomegranate meet with sagebrush, anise and more bay leaf on the sip.
91 Points Wine Enthusiast! Only 500 Cases Produced!
Rocky gravel meets plum blossoms, strawberry jam, cola and nutmeg on the nose of this single-vineyard expression by winemaker Brian Loring. Once sipped, dark and rich pomegranate and olallieberry fruit takes hold, with graphite minerality making a splash mid-palate.
94 Points! Only 500 Cases Produced!
On the spectrum of Pinot Noir, this bottling plays it down the middle: rich, but tart; fruity, yet elusive; dry, yet sweet in fruit. The raspberries and pomegranates have a touch of bitter cranberry, which certainly makes the mouth water. The oak is perfect, bringing sweet toast, vanilla and wood sap to the formula. And the finish is dry and long in fruity essence and cola spice.
All in all, a lovely Pinot Noir, delicate and feminine, super-drinkable now.
92 Points Wine Spectator! Only 400 Cases Produced!
Fresh and lively, with dense, complex blueberry, boysenberry and raspberry notes folding together. Tightly focused, rich and expansive on the aftertaste, where the flavors linger
94 Points Pinot Report! Only 400 Cases Produced!
Medium ruby color; rich, deep and soft aromas of spicy plum, dark raspberry with forest floor notes; complex red and black fruit flavors with oak and subtle mineral notes; silky texture; good structure and balance; long finish. Subtle and complex Pinot that calls for age and then a great meal!
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92 Points Wine Spectator! Only 450 Cases Made!
Bright and sleek, polished and expressive, offering raspberry, cherry, cinnamon and floral notes that swirl into a long and lively finish. Best Now through 2024.
89 Points Wine Spectator! Only 450 cases made!
Supple and expressive, offering black cherry and tangy, savory overtones that combine to balance against a spark of acidity and peppery tannins. Finishes with persistence. Best Now through 2022.
91 Points Wine Spectator! Only 411cases made!
Lithe and spicy, with layers of cinnamon and cardamom adding interest to the modest red berry and cherry flavors, lingering with delicacy against refined tannins. Drink now through 2020.
The Latchkey vineyard is shared with Cody Wright (of Purple Hands). Spicy cranberry, strawberry and raspberry fruit shines here, young and fresh and vibrant. It's snappy and sappy, with good grip and supporting acidity. It should drink best in the early 2020s.
Best of Class, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition (Largest Competition of American Wines).
This is a warm and richly satisfying Cabernet that fills the mouth with flavors of black cherry syrup, blackberry preserves, vanilla, brown butter, praline and a hint of anise. The wine has a loose knit structure and is built for immediate enjoyment, yet a tangible streak of pleasant acidity promises age-ability for a decade or more.
Bold and expressive, this Cabernet introduces itself with classic aromas of dark berry, plum and floral notes. A rich mouth feel and alluring layers of dark fruits with hints of mocha, pepper and spice. With well-integrated, ripe and refined tannins.
89 Points Wine Enthusiast! Lush, soft and delicious, this has flavors of chocolate, ripe crushed summer blackberries and a hint of dried currants. This richness is augmented by lots of smoky, sweet oak. It could develop in the bottle, but the fruit might fall out before the tannins soften.