Laird Family Estate

Laird Family Estate

Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

Bold and a bit spicy, but not too bold. Earthy, but pleasant. Will try to find and enjoy this can again. — 7 months ago

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Laird Family Estate

Brut Rose

Strawberries and bready yeast on the nose. A beautiful rosey salmon color with fine fine perlage making the mouth literally sparkle alive. I just wish there was more to the palate. — 3 years ago

Eric, Mike and 4 others liked this
Neil Valenzuela

Neil Valenzuela

These guys are solid with their Phantom Ranch Pinot. Cheers!
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@Neil Valenzuela i will have to check out their Pinot! Thank you for the tip 🍷😊

Laird Family Estate

Cold Creek Ranch Pinot Grigio 2021

Absolutely amazing. My new fav Pinot Grigio.
Brought this back from our Napa trip and highly recommend. Easy, clean, crisp.
— 8 months ago

Laird Family Estate

Flat Rock Ranch Malbec 2012

With 9yrs age it doesn’t seem like any tannins have dropped. Extremely dense. Tannins are well integrated. Smooth and huge. Dark fruit. Chocolate. — 2 years ago

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Laird Family Estate

Red Hen Ranch Chardonnay 2018

Ming L

This underwent 100% malolactic and spent 10 months in 30% new French oak, so it has a creamy palate ripe with stone fruits. Yet it does not feel heavy or cloying. Oak is well managed and acidity manages to be fresh. Quite enjoyable.

The Laird family holds about 2000 acres of vineyards in Napa Valley, including Suscol and Linda Vista. Red Hen is the home estate.
— 6 months ago

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Laird Family Estate

Suscol Ranch Merlot 2018

2018 vintage. Obviously a great year for Napa. Generally, not of fan of this winery’s output but this latched onto some softer Napa tones with this wine that are balanced with delicate oak and subtle fruits/spice notes. Light-medium body. Drink btg or with lamb, skirt steak or some grilled veggies. 3.8.23. — 9 months ago

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Torbreck Vintners

RunRig Barossa Valley Shiraz Viognier 2005

Somewhat more drinkable than the Laird, yet still a monster. — 2 years ago

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