Black Sheep Finds


Black Sheep Pinot Noir 2021

This wine had notes of strawberry, some black cherry, balanced overall fruit flavors, with undertones of vanilla. Generally this was neither on what can sometimes be a Pinot’s spicy side or inversely a delicate side. This really just was an overall well-balanced, enjoyable wine. Would definitely drink again. — 6 months ago


Malvazija Pivol

Black Sheep wine dinner at Anchovy Bar — 2 years ago

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Holus Bolus Presqu'ile Vineyard Syrah

What Syrah should be!!! — 3 months ago

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Dr. Loosen

Dr. L Mosel Riesling 2021

Juicy, fruity and perfumed, with balanced sweetness. Excellent food wine but also a fine aperitif or anytime drink. With only 8.5 ABV, this wine is perfect for summer day-drinking. Enjoyed this gem at the Black Sheep restaurant in Santa Barbara. — 9 months ago

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The Joy Fantastic Sta. Rita Hills Syrah 2020

An awesome Syrah……wines from Sta. Rita Hills are 🔥🔥🔥 — 2 years ago

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Eddie Dukes

Couldn’t agree more! 👊

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Holus Bolus Blanc Santa Maria Valley Roussanne

Crisp, clean, bright and delicious — 4 months ago

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The Joy Fantastic Sta. Rita Hills Pinot Noir 2020

2020 opened Feb 2023. Red raspberries nose. Silky and delicate. Red raspberries on front- — a year ago

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Holus Bolus Sta. Rita Hills Syrah 2019

Tar, wild blackberry and brine. Intense without being overblown. — 2 years ago

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L'Ecole No. 41

Columbia Valley Syrah 2017

Happy National Red Wine Day!! 🙌🙌

We’re excited to celebrate with this Columbia Valley Syrah blend from the family-owned L’Ecole No. 41 winery in Washington State. 🇺🇸 @lecole41

Washington State is an important region for Syrah within the United States; however, this grape variety finds its true home in northern Rhône Valley, France. 🇫🇷

Syrah can fare well in warmer (e.g., Hunter Valley or Barossa Valley, Australia) and/or cooler (e.g., northern Rhône) climates. The climate has a pretty big impact on the style and expression of the resulting wine. Try tasting a Barossa Valley Shiraz next to a Syrah from Cornas, Rhône Valley and you may see (and taste) what I mean. 🤔 🧐 😆

The Columbia Valley region benefits from what’s called a “rain shadow” effect thanks to its location to the east of the Cascade mountains. 🏔 🏔The Cascades shield the region from the wet, intense weather coming in from the coast. As a result, the climate is warmer, drier, and sunnier, which supports the ripening process and stresses the vines, enhancing concentration of the fruit. 👍👍

This wine is a blend of 77% Syrah, 21% Grenache, and 2% Mourvedre varieties hailing from the vineyards of Candy Mountain, Stone Tree, Estate Seven Hills, Bacchus, and Summitville. It was fermented in stainless steel and was then racked in small, mostly neutral oak barrels over the course of 18 months.🍷🍷🍷

This wine is medium purple with heavy tearing; it’s full-bodied and jam-packed with ripe blueberry, black cherry, blackberry, and black currant notes, also black pepper, licorice, and leather. 💕💕We’re pairing it, initially, with a bite of Gruyère, Manchego, and fig, followed by grilled brats, portabellas, and zucchinis. It stands up well to the intensity of flavors.
— 3 years ago

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