Sobon Estate

Sobon Estate

ReZerve Amador County Primitivo 2021

Deep rust color, big, somewhat sweet, jammy, fruit forward, plums, well balanced. Enjoyed it! — 3 months ago

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ReZerve Zinfandel 2017

Liked it. Will buy again — 4 years ago

Sobon Estate

Old Vines Amador County Zinfandel 2017

You can smell the alcohol on this one. Ripe berry nose, with mint, fennel, and licorice. Wow. $15 from Village Corner. — 4 years ago

Sobon Estate

Central Coast Chardonnay 2016

Needs to open. But lovely. Spicy and bold and a bit smooth — 5 years ago

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Amador County Rosé Blend 2020

First time drinking a Zinfandel. Very good, mellow wine. — 6 months ago

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Amador County Syrah 2018

Amazing and cheap — 4 years ago

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Rocky Top Zinfandel 2016

Fairly fruity on the nose. Hint of black pepper and something earthy/mineral. Flavor is very dry. Dried strawberries and red vines. Classic jammy Zin thing. Some pomegranate molasses perhaps. Fresh and zinfulliciuos. Plenty of tannin to give it more bite than Zin usually achieves. Complex. True. Enjoyable. — 5 years ago

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Amador County Barbera 2019

Lovely pairs with homemade pasta — 3 years ago

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Amador County Roussanne 2018

Convenient screw-top. Lovely golden hue. Smells of lemon peels and flowers. White flowers. Flavors are striking. Resin, apples, tart (not sweet) citrus. Loquat? Slight butter (or butterscotch). This is white to bring out for fancy, fun winos. — 3 years ago

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Rhonely Boy

I remember pickup some Black Muscat and a Zin last time I visited them. Don’t recall trying their Roussanne though.

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Fiddletown Zinfandel 2016

Lovely rosy color. Smells like flowers (roses and lavenders) and smokey berries. Flavor is smooth and elegant for Zin. Plenty of licorice and dried fruits. Plums and cherries. Bit of zingy-minty stuff on the tongue. Kinda hot on the back of the tongue. Balanced and lovely though. — 5 years ago