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Hirsch Vineyard Pinot Noir 1997

Jeremy Shanker

Well there’s a wine I’ll probably never see again. Tasted like old Gevrey. — 2 months ago

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Pence Ranch Clone 115 Pinot Noir 2016

Bright fruit, excellent acid. A light to medium bodied sipper. — 8 months ago

Claire CahoonSusan Cahoon
with Claire and Susan

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Farmer Pinot Noir

Funky funky tastes like dill — tasted with grace , Alisa, Shuvam, Hannes and Alisa - 12/30/21 — a year ago

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Zotovich Vineyard Chardonnay 2018

Bright. Lemony. Medium body. Compact. No butter or discernible oak. Much better on day 2. — 4 months ago

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Elle's Vineyard Trousseau Blend 2021

So much fun and goodness.
Trousseau, Pinot, and Gamay. Trifecta of fun and goodness.
— 8 months ago

Daniel, Sharon and 2 others liked this

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Sta. Rita Hills Pinot Noir 2019

Light in color, elegant, with a touch of spice. Nice, but doesn’t stand out — a year ago

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San Luis Obispo County Pinot Noir 2018

Winestyr - pre-dinner drinks. Refreshing but great taste! — 2 years ago

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Pence Ranch Pinot Noir 2015

A new world pinot with elements of the old world: some fruit, forest floor, umami notes, spice. — 9 months ago

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Morning Dew Ranch Pinot Noir 2009

This is beautiful. The nose lasts long and smells thick with rose, dry dirt, potpourri, dark ripe fruit. There’s still pretty grippy tannin structure and acidity that makes your mouth salivate and desire more. The rose really comes out on the palate, maybe a touch of lavender, moist funky dirt, ripe mulled blackberries. The finish is long. The ripeness of the blackberry really hits right at the finish and hangs on. Give this a bit of a decant, at least 30 minutes. I want more, but have none. — a year ago

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Chardonnay Santa Barbara County 2016

Very mineral, crisp and clean. Could be mistaken as a Chablis. Sea shells on the nose. Refreshing with a clean and cleansing palate. — a year ago

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