Diamond Creek Vineyards

Andrew Geoffrey Vineyards

Diamond Mountain District Cabernet Sauvignon 2012

No one has had this since 2007?!?! Fantastic. Was worried I had held it for too long but it’s a Franc so was thinking I was good. It is singing! — 4 days ago

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Norman Gennaro

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Are these guys still around? Just went to the website and it says 2016 was just released….

J. Davies

Diamond Mountain District Cabernet Sauvignon 2019

Popped and poured. Deep ruby color with moderate staining of the tears. Developing, with a fairly becoming nose with ripe black plums, dark bramble fruit, vanilla, some pipe tobacco, some chocolate and baking spices. On the palate, the wine is dry with medium+ tannins and medium(+?) acid. Confirming the notes from the nose. The finish is medium+. It’s really primary now but it should drink better after 2025 and through 2034. — 2 months ago

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Francis Ford Coppola Winery

Diamond Collection Ivory Label California Cabernet Sauvignon 2019

Had with Indian food, dad’s selection.Very good would drink again with Indian and spicy food — 2 months ago

Lazy Susan Ranch

Diamond Mountain District Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

Can’t believe it’s been over a year since my last bottle. Absolutely love this wine. Gorgeous floral and fruit nose. Black, then blue ripe fruit, camphor, eucalyptus, black licorice, pencil lead. Silky soft tannins, perfectly balanced, incredibly mouthfeel. Full bodied but light on its feet. Long finish. Tasting better now than my last time, so raising the rating. — 15 days ago

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Francis Ford Coppola Winery

Diamond Collection Blue Label California Merlot 2019

Fruit on the nose, deep purple color. I get blueberries and other berries. Long finish in the mouth. — 22 days ago

Martin Ray

Diamond Mountain District Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

Getting better with age. . . Still not an overly complex cab but much more blended tannins that provide a smoothness that covers up the limited flavors. Still have some bottles and look forward to seeing how this is in future years. — 25 days ago

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OTT in what way, thanks? This stuff ain’t cheap!


Not sure this answers the question, but felt like this could have had more levels of flavor. Maybe that will be revealed with more time. As for cost, I bought these a while ago on winespies and just sitting on them.


Single Block Release 864 Drive Block Funder & Diamond Vineyard Chardonnay 2011

Last bottle of this very impressive Chardonnay. Still very flinty and burnt match on the nose with a slightly sweeter palate than the last note. That grapefruit in its youth is now more yellow peach. Technical notes - using the P58 clone. All grapes were hand harvested prior to whole bunch pressing to French Oak puncheons - 30% new oak. Malolactic conversion was prevented. Drinking at its peak - made by one of Australia’s leading exponents of Chardonnay In David Bicknell. This is world class! — 2 months ago

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