Dog Point Vineyard

Hamilton Russell Vineyards

Hemel-en-Aarde Valley Chardonnay 2016

Very vintage golden glinted green, like brass that needs a polish.

Sits here nicely in the last of its best years.

Equal parts vanilla spiced whiskey and fleshy super sweet tropical fruits. Grilled pineapple, starfruit, banana, and orange liqueur.
— 14 days ago

Paul, Severn and 18 others liked this

Trig Point

Diamond Dust Vineyard Merlot 2021

I’m not usually a fan of Merlot but this was good. Mellow. Dry. Leather. — 2 months ago

Shafer Vineyards

One Point Five Stags Leap District Cabernet Sauvignon 2019

Rhonda likes better than the other wines craig seebald brought. — 6 days ago

Kirkland Signature

Ti Point Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2022

I love New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc! This wine may not pack the punch of other contenders; it definitely is not far behind! QPR is outstanding, under $8 per bottle! Think your favorite NZ SB, but it's a bit diluted! Great option for events/weddings ! — 2 months ago

Daniel P., Severn and 11 others liked this


Good price!🌼 And I see you also enjoy our friend Mozart! Our birds listen to classical or jazz daily. 🎶
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Justin Vineyards & Winery

Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon

Simple, smooth, but light Cab. Good for the price point. — 3 months ago

Fossil Point Wines

Edna Valley Pinot Noir 2020

If you need a house Pinot Noir under $20, it doesn't get much better than this. Tastes like a $30-$40 bottle from any great California appellation.  — a month ago

LM and Tom liked this

Dog Point Vineyard

Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc

2021. Very minerals and grapefruit on the nose. Grapefruit and grassy on the palate. — 2 months ago

Crown Point

Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara Cabernet Sauvignon

Newport Coast with old college mates. — 3 months ago

Dog Point Vineyard

Marlborough Chardonnay 2018

First bottle of three that I bought on release - the 2018 Chardonnay from Dog Point in Marlborough. I’ve had this wine once before, a couple of years ago - the 2011 - which was superb.

This 2018 has a young appearance, greenish yellow in hue, Chablis-like.

Highly reductive on the first night with a strong herbal edge; much more open and harmonious on the second. Flint, wet shale, lemon, orange peel.

The palate is lean, energetic and super high in acidity, with prevailing flavours of lemon and lime, Braeburn apple and only the faintest hint of any lactic notes. It finishes quite long, but it’s bracing, taut and youthful at present. I expect this to age quite well and will pull my next bottle in three years (note to self!).

— 4 months ago