Colgin Cellars

Colgin Cellars

IX Estate Napa Valley Red Blend 2010

Love the blue red fruit with sanguine — 24 days ago

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Tychson Hill Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2012

Happy Valentines Day! What a great wine to celebrate my love and bride of 25 years — 2 months ago

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Jubilation Napa Valley Merlot 2004

Quite alcoholic on the nose. Plum and sweet fruit. Slightly toasted notes. Intense and pure. Very good. Unlike the others in this flight — a year ago

Paul WoollsAra Aslanian
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Melanson Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

Delectable Wine

The 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon Melanson Vineyard emerges mostly from upper blocks on this site, a striking hillside that faces Colgin, where the steep exposure can yield wines of tremendous pedigree. That is exactly what comes through here. Inky red/purplish fruit, spice, rose petal, cedar and sweet pipe tobacco meld together effortlessly, with silky tannins that wrap it all up. Bold and luscious, but with tremendous nuance, the Melanson Cabernet is a total stunner in 2018. As I have written in the past, farming here has improved tremendously in recent years. This is another superb example of the quality that this site is capable of. Winemaker Thomas Rivers Brown gave the 2018 a relatively short 10 days on the skins. I imagine he thought the site would take care of the rest. It's hard to argue with that. The 2018 is off the charts great. Don't miss it. (Antonio Galloni, Vinous, January 2021)
— 3 years ago

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Colgin Cellars

Cariad Napa Valley Red Blend 1999

My first Cariad vineyard - a delightful expression of Cabernet in a glass! Graphite, tar, and dark fruit with mature tannic structure - less intense than Colgin’s IX… — a month ago

Colgin Cellars

IX Estate Napa Valley Syrah 2018

Jimmy Hayes

Too young, obviously, but it called to me from the cellar! Gorgeous layers - individuals now, but I’m guessing will integrate together beautifully with more bottle age. Big dense black fruit leads the nose, whole the palette brings a great meaty smoky quality. There’s already a satisfying savoriness there I can’t wait to check in again 10 years or so. That special energy and beautiful texture I expect from Colgin is there in spades. Bottle 2 waits patiently! — 3 months ago

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Spoto Wines

Family Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2002

Spoto Wines Tasting Dinner

Truffled Trout Roe, Brioche Soldiers
Sterling Caviar, Brick Pastry, Cauliflower
Fresh Shucked Oysters, Ponzu Mignonette

Series of Small Bites to Excite Your Palate..
2018 Spoto Russian River Pinot Noir

Artichoke in Various Forms, Fennel, Barigoule
2018 Spoto Oakville Godfather Red

Acquerello Aged Carnaroli Risotto, Morel
2018 Spoto Oakville Cuvee Christiane

Wagyu Rib Eye, Black Truffle, Butter Potatoes
2002 Spoto Family Reserve Cab (Father &Son)

Dark and Milk Chocolate, Cocoa Nib, Berry
2007 Spoto Syrah Port

2009 colgin estate
2013 Sine Qua Non le supplement syrah
2005 kongsgaard syrah
2007 screaming eagle 2nd flight
1999 spottswood cabernet
— 2 years ago

Brenda Terzich-Garland
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Very nice
Tom Garland

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@David L Fun night of great food, lots of fabulous wine....thank you Uber. Cheers!

Colgin Cellars

Herb Lamb Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2006

1 hour decant(decent fine/cloudy sediment). A remarkable dark garnet with some bricking. On the nose: rolling waves of sour cherry, stewed meat, minty menthol, licorice, forest floor. Taste: layered, juicy, lush mouthcoating wine with dark cherry/plum, chocolate, graphite, and peppery cedar medium plus finish. YUM! — a month ago

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Next of Kyn

Cumulus Vineyard No. 6 Syrah Blend

Inky, dark, rich. I’m saying the Harlan by a mile and then Colgin — a year ago

Mark A CampanaGunja Gargeshwari
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