Clos Pepe Estate

Tenuta Cavalier Pepe

Lila Irpinia Falanghina

Very flavorful and not too fruity. I’m a fan. Yee haw — 13 days ago

Kylie Burke
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Kylie liked this

Emidio Pepe

Colli Aprutini Pecorino

Like a chardenney but clean, in Noto Italy — 3 months ago

Emidio Pepe

Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo 2014

So happy this one did not have the struck-match component to its flavor. Instead it was in its prime and really delivered. The second day it was even better. — 4 months ago

Vicki Sliwa
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Mike liked this

Emidio Pepe

Montepulciano d'Abruzzo 2010

Popped and poured. Excellent right from the get go. Soft elegant fruit and earthy flavors. — a month ago

Ira, Paul and 5 others liked this

Clos Pepe Estate

Sta. Rita Hills Pinot Noir 2014

This is Clos Pepe’s Dark Side bottling, which they only made a few times. What an excellent PN, loaded with dark cherries, other dark fruits and some cola. There was a little left in the decanter about an hour or so after dinner and the fruit was gone as well as the long sweet finish. I had opened and decanted it about an hour before dinner and maybe that was too much time but got through dinner fine. — 3 months ago

Clos Pepe Estate

Sta. Rita Hills Chardonnay 2011

A tiny whiff of grapefruit and a poised red fruit nose. Strawberry, black cherry. Polished and round with a touch of Iodene and a nice salinity. Signs of age — 4 months ago

Peter NelsonGregg G
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Peter, Tom and 7 others liked this

Emidio Pepe

Trebbiano d'Abruzzo 2020

Buon giorno Venezia! Starting with an old friend, elegant and alive as always. — 2 months ago

Michael, Jonas and 5 others liked this

Gonzalez Byass

Tio Pepe Fino Muy Seco Jerez-Xérès-Sherry Palomino Fino

Empty beer can in grass nose. Some rubber hose in palate and as clean and dry as it gets for Jerez. — 2 months ago

Severn, John and 6 others liked this


Clos Pepe Vineyard Chardonnay 2013

Rob N

This is a great way to drink an older white. A little funky and oxidized, subdued, some apple juice notes. Great value, ~$40. — 3 months ago

Ira liked this

Gonzalez Byass

Tio Pepe Tres Palmas Jerez Palomino Fino 1835

N: Salty dried butterscotch/caramel, Seashore, old boats, rot in the best of ways.
P: Sweet but no… upon entry, the impression is of something unctuous and sweet, for a bit of a second, then DRY. Yellow and gold flowers/melon,
heady at 16°. Great w baby artichokes and Parm and pan seared Branzino.
Varnish lacquer,
Really fine weirdo stuff. I’ve never splurged for the Quattro Palmas…but….

fine weirdo stuff..
— 5 months ago

Tom, Ray and 7 others liked this