Cu4tro Soles

Red Soles

Paso Doble Willow Creek District Red Blend

Nice Paso juice - bought it at their going out of business sale! — 2 days ago


Grower Series Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2015

Since 1987, winemaker Rollin Soles and viticulturist Allen Holstein have teamed up to produce wines from low-yielding vines, receiving11 Wine Spectator Top 100 designations. Aromas of berry fruit and herb citrus notes. On the palate cherry and blackberry with orange citrus, spice and toasty oak notes. Fine earthy tannins, lingering ending with earthy mineral notes. — 6 years ago

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Red Soles Winery

Estate Grown Mataro 2018

Deep purple, light fruit scent, jammy with a medium tannic finish. Very nice — 7 months ago

Rollin Michael Soles

(RMS) Willamette Valley Brut Pinot Noir Chardonnay

Outstanding Oregon bubbly! 70% Pinot Noir/30% Chardonnay. Aromas and flavors of golden delicious apple and toasted coconut. Fine bubbles and texture. There is a sense of brightness and austerity in this Dry Sparkler. Revisited again Christmas Day 2021. Above notes still apply. So easy to drink. Revisited again in June (on my Birthday) 2022! Still outstanding! — 3 years ago

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Roco Winery

Chardonnay Gravel Road 2016

Rollin Soles new project. Chalky minerality with nice citrus rind. Old world stylistically. Interesting and delicious. — 5 years ago

G.A.E.C. Bonneau & Fils

Réserve des Célestins Châteauneuf-du-Pape Red Rhône Blend 2009

We first tried a bottle of Celestins in a restaurant in Gigondas some years ago, and for me it was a WOW Wine. Had this latest bottle on Sunday with Roast Pork. Medicinal to begin with which blew off. Barnyard aromas - horse manure. In hindsight this could’ve been Brett but the overall impression and tasting was impressive and memorable. Glad I have 3 left. Showing a medium to full bodied palate. This is textbook CdP in the old school genre. The tannins are silky and sexy - a liquorice note together with saddle leather. Henri Bonneau passed away in 2016 and the wine making is now carried out by his son, Marcel. A visit to his archaic cellars was keenly sought after and rarely granted. Mould all over the walls, rickety stairs light bulbs dangling from the ceiling and a floor which stuck to the soles of your shoes was how one visitor described his experience in the cellar. Nevertheless this is a CdP up there with Rayas and the top Cuvée from Beaucastel. The blend is usually 90% Grenache with the balance made up of around 4 or 5 different varieties. — 7 months ago

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Cuantro Soles


One of the best, and very cheap. — 5 years ago

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