Jefferson Vineyards

Vecchio Magazzino Doganale

Jefferson Amaro Importante 1871

Outstanding amaro! Less intense than FB, but just as complex. — 15 days ago

Jefferson Vineyards

Viognier 2049

Lusciousness + minerals — 4 months ago

Jefferson Vineyards

Monticello Chardonnay 2021

Drank with David, Mary and Jessica at George Washington’s Mount Vernon. Minerally, ample green apple flavor, medium acid and body, unoaked. Worth revisiting. — 6 months ago

Jefferson Vineyards

Meritage Red Bordeaux Blend 2019

One of finest vintage yrs for this estate, as evidenced by the OPULENTLY RICH PV component. Jeffersons terroir and taste of place are evident in this bottle… Think somewhere in between Paso Robles Cab and Rhône GSM. - very unique finish. Delish and a real value! $28 at Wegs — 2 years ago

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Monticello Vineyards (Corley Family)

Jefferson Cuvée Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 1986

Served to be double-blind at Tasting Group. The wine pours a beautiful garnet with a deep but translucent core and significant rim variation; from magenta to orange to watery. There appears to be loads of sediment. Medium viscosity with moderate staining of the tears. On the nose, the wine is vinous with powerful aromas of desiccated red and black fruits: cassis, brambles, plum, pipe tobacco, some green pepper, old leather, damp forrest, mushrooms and baking spices. On the palate, the wine is dry with medium tannins and medium(+?) acid. Confirming the notes on the notes. The finish is long and delicious. Alcohol is medium.

I was pretty confident that this was a Bordeaux-variety/blend however, I was between two minds as to whether this was left-bank Bordeaux or Napa Valley as I believe the lines truly begin to blur with age. Ultimately, I called St. Estèphe from a classified growth and a warmer vintage like 1985 or 1990. I settled on 1990. Shit. I should have known it was Napa…and as more time went on, the fruit did seem to get a little more heady. Anyway, I don’t hate my call but I should have not rushed my conclusion and considered it a little longer. As for the wine itself, this bottle has excellent provenance and was really quite lovely at 37 years old. Plenty left in the tank. There’s good color and energy with no worry at all about the fruit hanging on. Alcohol is modest at 12.5% ABV. Well-cellared examples should be enjoyed now but will drink very well over the next 5-10 years, easy.
— 4 months ago

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Barboursville Vineyards

Reserve Virginia Cabernet Franc 2020

thank you Mr. Drake. another winner. Thomas Jefferson I think had a vineyard in VA. he was smart. lol @Daniel P. Drake — 8 months ago

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Laura Purdy

Laura Purdy

Their Nebbiolo is great as well

Jefferson Vineyards

Jefferson's Own Vin Blanc

With Matthew, bought it in 2022 on Spring Break — 4 months ago


Mt. Jefferson Cuvée Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2021

burgundyesque — 4 months ago

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Jefferson Vineyards

Virginia Cabernet Franc 2019

Really really good cab franc from Charlottesville area. Would def buy again — 6 months ago


Mt. Jefferson Cuvée Eola-Amity Hills Pinot Noir 2021

cherry, cola, spices, granite. — 8 months ago

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