Fossil & Fawn

Fossil & Fawn

Oregon Pinot Gris 2015

Just delightful. — a month ago

Fossil & Till

Petillant Naturel Seneca Lake Riesling 2019

Peach yogurt, lemon curd, slate, mineral, almost strawberry like acidity without the aceto burn/not sharp. Really nice. — 2 months ago

Joe Dunn
with Joe

Weingut Spreitzer

Weingut Spreitzer Riesling Muschelkalk 2016

Super impressed with how this overdelivered at $20. Drinking great with a few years of bottle development- tons of the classic petrol and mineral notes (as expected since this bottling is named for the ideal fossil/limestone soil found in Spreitzer’s vineyards). — 5 months ago

Severn liked this

Winzerhof Thörle

Schlossberg Riesling 2019

Lyle Fass

The mineral bomb from Thorle and it does not disappoint. Massively mineral nose. Like a spice bazaar perfume mixed in with mega limestone. Hugely expansive and just gorgeous. The mineral is such a nice perfume. Crunchy, elegant and deep. But also slightly closed. Insane minerality and freshness. So pure. I think right now there is zero fruit on the palate and my score goes up .5 because of that. Just a stunner. The level of crystalline purity on the palate is just stunning. It cleanses the palate. Excellent acidity but the freshness of this wine is what truly stands out. The geekiest Thorle. Just insane. Nose starting to get herbal and groovy. What a vintage 19 is. Buy it all. Man does this slap. Leaves a ridiculous mineral impression on your tongue. Like a mineral fossil. Cusp of 9.4/9.5. — 11 days ago

Mike, Jonathan and 7 others liked this

Fawn Creek Winery

Just Peachy

Makes a great Mimosa! — 5 months ago

Whitehall Lane

Fawn Park Vineyard Napa Valley Petit Verdot

Dark inky black deep fruit. Very smooth finish on palate. — a month ago

Mike liked this

Fawn Creek Winery


Love this! — 5 months ago

Fossil & Fawn

Sunnyside Vineyard Gewürztraminer

I mean, there’s an orange on the label, what do we think it’ll taste like? In all seriousness, The vines were planted in 1984 at 700 feet elevation in rocky, volcanic (Jory) soils. Fermented in concrete egg and aged in old oak. Hazy, salty, incredibly floral on the first day, more texturally driven the second.

— 6 months ago

Julia Miller
with Julia


I think my mouth is watering just looking at the label.. haha! I’ll have to look for this one.