Surprisingly good, cranberry-flavored Sangiovese with a nice rustic earthiness to it. San Marino has produced a Sangiovese worth trying, especially at its very low price point. Definitely worth buying this wine. — 3 days ago
San Gimignano whites are underrated — 6 hours ago
Vintage 2017 | a few years cellaring is very profitable! Dark colour, warm comforting smell with spices and a hint of pepper bell next to morello cherries. Full bodied taste with good balance and also slight pepper bell impression. Very good effort. | paired with beef steak — an hour ago
This 2020 Pinot Noir opens with zesty raspberry, blood orange and rose aromas, along with hints of cola and baking spices. Juicy, seamless and energetic in style, it offers sweet red berry and floral pastille flavors. Fine-grained tannins shape the finish, with spice-driven persistence. $24.00 (Josh Raynolds, Vinous, May 2022) — 8 days ago
Williams Selyem Central Coast Pinot Noir 2015: Medium-light bodied. Well balanced. Red fruit dominate followed by blueberry, spice, oak & earth. For me, first time trying & enjoying their Central Coast Pinot. Not the most complex but absolutely delicious, delightful and easy to drink! Enjoy the nice weather & happy Sunday to all! Cheers🍷 — 12 days ago
Empty bottle shot? Yes, it was that good.
It’s too bad you can’t see the lovely transparent, but electric Fuschia color. Lots of time in contact with the skins — 12 hour maceration and lovingly foot tread prior to press, so drinks more like a light red than a white. There’s real Pinot fruit and Santa Cruz mountain character here: strawberries, rose hips, stones, fresh herbs, cool breezes blowing through the redwoods. Many layers. Rosé of the summer. — 8 days ago