Working my way through the walls of wine at PICO restaurant in Los Alamos, CA.
This young beauty is full of depth and grace. Juicy raspberry, thyme, and deep earth flavors encompassed by mouth-watering acidity. Better than most single-vineyard pinots I’ve tasted in Sta. Rita Hill’s. Excellent value. Excited to see this after some time in bottle. — 4 months ago
Felicia had this 10 months ago
Juicy, fruit forward, with balanced acidity. Fine dining friendly!! — a year ago
What Jay McInerney calls the paradox of Sta. Rita Hill’s Chardonnay: lean and fleshy! Lemon cream, key lime, and candied ginger. Cool climate acidity masterfully balanced by gentle oak spice. — 4 months ago
This vintage knocks my socks off. Bright acid with tart nectarine, pink lemonade, and sea salt flavors. Acid lovers rejoice! — 4 months ago
Deep, rich flavors of golden apple and citrus. Honeyed texture with balanced acid. 20% new French oak lends a spicy finish. — 4 months ago
Lean and racy, mineral driven. Would call it Chablis in a blind tasting. Named White Hill after the diatomaceous earth of the Santa Rita hills. Low alcohol and zippy acidity. — 4 months ago