As expected from this vineyard, a touch pricey for the experience. — 6 years ago
I’ve previously used this as my default Pino for a number of years as I knew the taste and price point was a fair balance. Either I’ve changed or the complexity of this Pino has because it’s not as appealing in recent years, the fruit or grape is just that, without the subtle blending of earthy flavors I’ve experienced in the past. It seems to have lost that complexity around 2014 perhaps a year earlier but I shall continue to try a bottle every now and again in hope the spark returns. — 6 years ago
A fine Cab at this price point, reasonable bold and increased in complexity appropriately as it opened over the next couple hours. Nice. — 5 years ago
Shall never drink again, grape juice tortured to be wine.
— 6 years ago
I drink a lot of good Cabs and this vineyard is generally not what I’ve considered in the category I typically drink. I mean the price for the quality has been dubious, nevertheless I enjoyed this bottle and rate it as a good Cab to my surprise. — 6 years ago
Very good wine, took an hour to settle. — 6 years ago
Brought a case in house as I like a good St-Emillion Bordeaux and it’s early, but I opened a bottle to get a feel for how this purchase would play out, and I think it’s going to age nicely. It’s nice even now with appropriate breath, about 90 minutes, and I think in 2020 it’ll be a wine I’ve invest in wisely. — 6 years ago