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Double Gold 2011 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition.
92 points A terrific Zinfandel, beautiful to drink now for its soft richness. Flatters the palate with deep, lingering black cherry and raspberry pie filling, vanilla, Indian spice and sandalwood flavors, but it’s completely dry, with rich, intricate tannins. Only 190 cases were produced, but worth the search.”
This wine is SOLD OUT at the winery.
2008 Petite Sirah
87 points Steve Heimoff of the Wine Enthusiast Magazine rhapsodizes, “A beautiful Petite Sirah that takes the variety’s wild berry and spice flavors and big tannins and tames them down to elegance. It’s dry and moderate in alcohol, which is always a consideration with Petite Sirah. A minor quibble is excessive softness. Drink now.”
2008 Cabernet Sauvignon
88points “Rich Blackberry, cherry, anise…”
2009 Pinot Noir
87 points The February 2011 Wine Enthusiast Buying Guide says, “A softly delicious Pinot made for drinking now with upscale fare. It’s pale in color and dry, with very rich flavors of Dr. Pepper, raspberry jam and sweet smoky oak, folded into a silky texture.
300 cases made