Matthew Taylor

Taylor Fladgate

Quinta de Vargellas Vintage Port 2001

Vintage 2001 / A treat. I did not smell much (plums, currants, spicyness), but a taste 🤭 Great concentration, velvety, lots of fruit. Partnered it with Stilton cheese. — 17 days ago

Diederick, Eric and 19 others liked this

Taylor Family Vineyards

Diamond Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

Best wine I’ve had in 2020 — a month ago

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Matthew Rorick

The End of Nowhere Phantom Limb The Traiper Vineyard Zinfandel

Hibiscus, raspberry, tart smell, mild bright red, the wine is acidic and sweet tart without much tannin and strawberry, raspberry and boysenberry that sit together with a wet savory finish — 2 months ago

Taylor Fladgate

1863 Single Harvest

At almost 4000$ a bottle even a 1/4 of a ounce is amazing. I'm at a lose for words to describe it. It was magic on a dark night. It was a kiss under a street light in the rain it was amazing — 2 months ago

Taylor Fladgate

Vintage Port Blend 2011

Dried cranberry and pencil shavings, Madeira but nice acids. Yum, reminds us of that afternoon sitting in the backyard at a picnic table at the Quinta in Porto. — 11 days ago

Jason and Paul liked this

Colonel E.H. Taylor Jr.

100 Proof Single Barrel 1st and Only Straight Kentucky Bourbon Whisky

Huge fan of this. Sweat Carmel’s and not over heated. Just a lovely sipper — 23 days ago

Romain, Josh and 11 others liked this


Buffalo Trace has so many great labels and this is definitely one of them!

Mary Taylor

Douro Red Blend 2016

Excellent earthy medium body red. — a month ago

Taylor Fladgate

Taylor Vintage Port Blend 2003

Drinking very well. Rich, deep fruit. Lovely Porto! — 15 days ago

Mary Taylor Wine

Anjou Blanc Chenin Blanc 2019

Timo A

Crisp and refreshing, with just the right amount of acidity to make me want to keep drinking it. — a day ago

Martin liked this

Wilson Foreigner

Rorick Vineyard Albariño 2016

Half price beauty on K&L.

Winery Notes: "Citrus blossom aromatics, with lemon oil, pineapple, lemongrass, minerality, and viscosity on palate. The Albariño comes from a beautiful vineyard site in Calaveras County, owned and managed by Matthew Rorick and family. The fruit was harvested pre-dawn in mid August at 22.5 deg brix., and promptly hauled "down the hill" to the winery. Whole cluster pressed and fermented in neutral Hungarian oak barrels, there were no additions made to the wine aside from a moderate amount of sulfur dioxide to prevent oxidation. Aged 11 months on lees, and bottled on August 24th, 2016. The vines were planted in 2003 on a mixture of schist, quartz, and volcanic soils."
— a month ago

Jan, Casey and 28 others liked this