Eden Trail

Torzi Matthews

Frost Dodger Eden Valley Shiraz 2018

Appassimento dry racked - my first of this style. Rich and ripe, thick tannin but far from overdone, lovely savoury black olive, mild spice, nice grip and enough acidity to keep it in balance. Keeps me coming back for more. — 19 days ago

Clive and Bob liked this

Cat Amongst the Pigeons

The Fat Cat Shiraz 2015

Big, blackberry, spice, toast — 12 days ago

Mount Eden Vineyards

Domaine Eden Santa Cruz Mountains Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

Should be on everyone’s short list for the best QPR in Cali cab — 18 days ago

Eric liked this

Mount Eden Vineyards

Estate Bottled Santa Cruz Mountains Pinot Noir 2010

I feel this will merit a higher rating in a few years. Just getting in the drinking window. — 2 days ago

Scott Wanamaker
with Scott
Shay, David and 11 others liked this

Eden Rift

Griva Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc 2018

Grassy, gooseberry, lots of texture and minerality. — 20 days ago

Heather liked this
Heather Hillrichs

Heather Hillrichs

I like the taste , it’s of my favorite
Heather Hillrichs

Heather Hillrichs

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No.1 Reverence of Riesling 2017

Superb. Reminiscent of SA West Coast SB — a month ago

Steven Chown
with Steven

Mount Eden Vineyards

Estate Bottled Santa Cruz Mountains Chardonnay 2011

It took a good hour to open but when it did it was beautiful. — 2 days ago

Scott Wanamaker
with Scott
Shay, David and 10 others liked this

Powell & Son

Loechel Vineyard Shiraz 2016

Outdoor pandemic dining with two friends and this fine creation. Would do it again. — 20 days ago

Tom liked this

Hartford Family Winery

Hartford Court Muldune Trail Pinot Noir 2014

The red wine of our visit to Sonoma from the comfort of home in Santa Barbara. Spicy aromatics for a Sonoma pinot. Clear ruby color. Mostly raspberry aroma with clove and nutmeg. Moderate tannins and finish of spicy compote. Not quite jammy but more fruit than terroir. Does it show place? The flavor palate seems confused or lost. The flavors suggest a central coast pinot, was it lost in translation? Or just failed geography? Not to worry, the wine is solid and enjoyable. Maybe its the drinker who is confused? I like it. — a month ago