A very tasty Pinot Noir from California. Nicely balanced with a nice smooth mouthfeel. Easy drinking with medium acidity.
Medium bodied and dry on the palate. Fruit forward with nice complexity.
Showing red fruits with light wood, spices, tobacco, chocolates and peppercorn.
Tangy finish with soft tannins.
Good right out of the bottle and good by itself.
13.2% alcohol by volume.
$50. — 5 days ago
Looks like grapefruit juice in the glass. Smells of seashore and pomelo. Palate is lovely and complex. Tart limes, sea brine, some wood, a hint of tropical fruits, more citrus flavors, grass/hay component. It lingers on my palate with an almost nuttiness. I really enjoy this. It reminds me of some scholium project wines I’ve had in the past. — 5 days ago
August Sebastiani & brother-in-law, Kendrick Coakley, craft small-lot wines made with minimal intervention, so one can enjoy the truest representation of each appellation & how its terroir impacts specific varietals. Came across this rarity & grabbed a bottle. Aromas of ripe berry fruits & wafts of floral notes. On the palate raspberry & blueberry flavors, sweet cinnamon spice with an edge of tobacco tones. Smooth tannins, lingering ending with soft oaky notes. Great value! Nice! Small production. — 11 days ago
18’ Hudson Seashell. Inaugural release. Wait a year or two. Sits in between the lady bug & little bit as far acidity￼ is concerned & fruit￼. Join “Hudson wine club” & ask for just the single vineyard Chardonnay’s . All sold out & becoming more & more popular. — a day ago
Stunning, crystalline visual presentation. Leads into a honied, medium-weight palate. Lots of texture and layers meet soft acidity. Pineapple and guava dominate the finish. A sexy little beast for sure. This has arrived at its apex - drink now. — 6 days ago