Brea Wine Co


Chard Santa Lucia Highlands Chardonnay

Big juicy pear, lime zest, hint of fresh herbs maybe thyme or rosemary. — 7 months ago

La Spinetta

Riserva Casanova Chianti Sangiovese 2014

Brea Going Away Dinner Osteria Langhe — 2 years ago


Central Coast Pinot Noir 2016


Great to be living in the golden era of really good $20 hipster California wines. Sister label of Broc. 12.5% abv — 3 years ago

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Brea Wine Co

Margarita Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

Classic cab flavors but moderate tannins. Very easy to drink, had with a grilled ribeye — 6 months ago

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Sumida Sisters Vineyards

Brea Pinot Noir 2016

Light, but nice Pinot. Nose has a cardboard smell, but good. Some mustiness in the taste that is good, classic Pinot. Buy again from Liquor Boy. — 10 months ago

Azienda Agricola Brovia

Unio Barolo Nebbiolo 2014

We drank this after the Enrico Serafino and it didn’t take long to realize this was a step up in class and character despite the challenges that Brovia faced in the 2014 vintage; a year in which they sold off half of their holdings. From what I understand, this cuvee, the first of its kind in Brovia’s history, was made using grapes from the lower sector of Brea and two crus from Castiglione Falletto. The idea being that blending the best wines together would be vastly superior to bottling individual and relatively weak wines from each cru. I can say unequivocally that the strategy worked. The “Unio” as they called it, does not come
across as a limpid example of Barolo. Quite then contrary, there is profound depth and concentration that slowly gained in power the longer the bottle was open. No short supply of dark berries accompanied by spices, fresh asphalt, rose bushes, and minerals. A rapturous, tongue smacking finish that lasts for minutes closing with some rather lusty tannins. What a treat. The 2014 Brovia “Unio” should age gracefully and I, for one, will be looking forward to tracking its development.
— 2 years ago

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Mendocino Pinot Noir Rosé 2017

Commanders Wine Tasting — 7 months ago

Kay Davis
with Kay


Primum Taurasi Aglianico

Still some black fruit, but more interesting was the La Brea Tar Pits nose and finish. So much tar and squid ink. — a year ago

Joel Ryan
with Joel

Azienda Agricola Brovia

Brea Barbera d'Alba 2009

Quite savory and mineral wine. Earthy. Medium bodied. — 2 years ago

Nina Saari
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