Bright, fruity, light sour flavor and minerality, some earthiness. Minimal funk for a natural wine. Gulpable alone or good pairing with food — 9 days ago
Tied for 2nd and 3rd, I thought it was the best... lowest price point in the competition....has a taste of earth — 2 months ago
Jammy and light with a little funk. — 2 months ago
Summer crush. Nice bitterness. Csw — 14 days ago
Damn, love this chard. Not what we expected from Sonoma - it’s light, fragrant, and elegant. Saw a review that said ‘lemon confit’ and that nailed it better than my lemon dessert takeaway. I could crush a lot of this.
A memory of a childhood lemonade stand. — 4 days ago
I really enjoyed this wine when I went to North Fork! I purchased a bottle of it and can't wait to get back to purchase another one. — a month ago
About as classically structured as you can get from a big Napa Cab. Deep purple color with light garnet highlights in the glass. The bouquet is highly expressive upon entering with dark fruit aromas all over it. Baked raspberries combine with blue and black berries along with crisp notes of citrus fruits. Menthol and chocolate open up after considerable time decanting.
Mostly wonderful Stags Leap District Cabernet Sauvignon with small amounts of Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Petit Verdot. Very stately and far too young for maximum benefit, however there is plenty to love already. Exquisite balance and perfectly structured right now. The palate explodes with crush herbs, spice, and smoke. Those ripe fruits are highlighted here with blackberry cobbler. Kool cigarettes and absolutely luscious chocolate. The finish is quite long and gives you a bit more spice to remember it by. Cliff Lede plus Stags Leap fruit equals brilliance. — a month ago