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Home Hill

Kelly's Reserve Tasmania Pinot Noir 2014

Aromatic notes of rose and violet. Great depth of delicious flavour on the medium bodied palate. Red fruits - savoury and rich. See previous note for the 2014 - always excellent but 8 years of cellaring has enhanced this wine. To have won the Jimmy Watson Trophy for the Best One Year Old Dry Red at Royal Melbourne and still starring now at 8 years of age shows this is a wine for all seasons and all years. Should be a regular purchase. A Winner. — a month ago

Paul, Ira and 15 others liked this

Beaux Frères

The Beaux Frères Vineyard Pinot Noir 2018

[Tasted on December 24, 2021 at Home with Rachel]

Black raspberry, black cherry and blueberry fruit, with roses, earth, vanilla and baking spice, and notes of mandarin orange and black tea. Beautiful balance and structure. Silky. Wine Spectator rated Wine
#9 of 2020 Top 100.
— 9 months ago

Byron, Eric and 4 others liked this

Dominus Estate

Dominus Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 1987

Home alone for 24 hrs! The perfect time to open something older. Fully mature Bordeaux... I mean Napa! Dried fruit and tobacco, there is still a frame of tannins but they are well integrated and slightly chalky in texture. Enjoyable but more mature than I prefer. — 2 years ago

Paul, Eric and 2 others liked this

Raen Winery

Home Field Fort Ross Seaview Pinot Noir 2017

One of the best Cali Pinots. Restraint in alcohol only 13pct rare for California. Fwd red fruit, meaty with a good burn. Excellent. — 4 months ago

Ira, Eric and 3 others liked this

Clos Saron

Home Vineyard Pinot Noir 2013

Quite structured, granitic, juicy, meaty, a bit of smoke. Very, very special — 6 months ago

Ira, Matt and 8 others liked this
Tom Casagrande

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I don’t think I’ve ever had a Pinot from the Sierra Foothills! Sounds nice!

Mount Veeder Winery

Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

[Tasted on December 26, 2020 at Home with Jay Yalowitz]

Dark ruby in the glass. Black fruit and oak on the nose. Blackberry and blueberry fruit, with sweet cedar, cocoa, vanilla, peppercorn and clove. Beautiful mountain fruit. Wine
#58 of Wine Spectator’s Top 100 of 2020.
— 2 years ago

Prophets Rock

Home Vineyard Pinot Noir 2015


From back label. Located on a high-elevation, steep glacial terrace in the Bendigo sub-region of Central Otago. This stunning site has clay and pedogenic lime soil, featuring schist and quartz.
A traditional aesthetic - respectful, patient, vineyard- focused- resonates in our approach, and frees the wine to express the unique tenor of our sites.

This wine was fermented using only indigenous ‘ wild’ yeast and matured for 17 months in French oak barrels. This wine was bottled unfiltered on 10th of November 2016. Careful cellaring will reward collectors over the next 10+ years. 1046 cases were made.
— 2 years ago

Sbragia Family Vineyards

Home Ranch Chardonnay 2018

Medium lemon with aromas of stone and citrus fruits with floral and flinty notes. On the palate flavors of ripe apple and lemon citrus, oak and vanilla, smooth with a crisp texture, lively acidity. Medium+ finish ending with citrus fruit and sweet savory mineral character. — 6 months ago

Daniel P., Josh and 1 other liked this

Ridge Vineyards

Mazzoni Home Ranch Zinfandel Blend 2018

Perfectly contained and within itself. Ridge makes a lot of wines that, despite the Zinfandel, seems like they were made in Europe in the 70s. Which I count as a good thing. This wine was closed at first, but air is coaxing out gorgeous scent of black cherry and black raspberry, with summer-sun-warmed gravel. Very elegant in style, with the 40-something percent of Carignane lifting and tightening up the Zin. Just about a perfect accompaniment for my Portuguese chicken, rice, and chourico. This wine will age well for several more years. — 6 months ago

Severn, Sharon and 15 others liked this


Spring Ridge Vineyard Home Block Chardonnay 2013

Nice bright lemon color... but packing both real weight and acidity. Ripe juicy pear and red apple with a touch of richness, butter, toast...13.7 ABV... the wine has knit itself into a round, complex whole of its parts. A touch too new world for some, and too dry and old world for others. I admire the winemaking restraint and the complex fruit from the highly regarded vineyard. Nice dinner companion. — 2 years ago

Bryan, Josh and 2 others liked this