Chenin Blanc’s day is coming, and PAX really gets it right. The nose is pretty restrained but on the palate the wine is broad and satisfying. It has a great weight and texture, the finish is clean. Fantastic with our spread of Sonoma County cheeses. — 8 days ago
Nice wine! Very flavorful- drinking by itself with friends -wish we had a 2nd bottle! 2018 - given to me as a present! Just a little dry.
— 5 days ago
Amazing Zin. Would of never guessed it was one. Light with great earth characters. 6.15.21 — 2 days ago
Bee Hunter Wines Elevate Pinot Noir 2017, California
A very pretty ruby in color with a wide brick/ reddish rim.
Fruity nose with cherries, blueberries, vanilla, licorice, oak, spices, light vegetables, herbs and black pepper.
Medium plus in body with medium plus acidity.
Dry on the palate and fruit forward with cherries, strawberries, raspberries, light chocolates, spices, light oak, rose pedals, herbs and peppercorn.
Long finish with soft tannins and tangy cranberries.
This is a very nice Pinot Noir from California. Easy drinking and well-balanced with a soft mouthfeel.
Good by itself as a sipping wine, and good right out of the bottle.
Tangy and fruit forward. Rich and elegant with nice complexity.
I love the fact that it is relatively low in alcohol. A great porch wine.
A good quality wine that will age nicely in the next 5 years.
Grapes are from Mendocino County (68%) and the rest from Sonoma County.
13.2% alcohol by volume.
$50. — 24 days ago
Um dos melhores e mais delicados pinots americanos que me lembro. 12.5%
Lembrou um Trousseau do Jura — 9 days ago
A strong nose of lemons, with a hi t of tart minerality, this is a very unique Chardonnay. The flavor is bold, unfiltered lemon, with long lingering acidity, and a tartness that you don’t typically see in a Chardonnay. Definitely one of the few Chardonnay meant for chilling. — 5 days ago
Gorgeous wine. Palate coating seashore with lemon, good acid, excellent body, there’s a creaminess to it that I love. It is very well balanced. — 6 hours ago
Given to Warren years ago and opened for first post COVID dinner 5/29/21 with the usual crew of eight who were class of ‘78. Surprisingly no hint of the metallic notes I remembered but just that complex evolving swirl of flavors of these old Cabs on the nose and palate with lingering finish. Joy to drink. Probably the last one. — 19 days ago