San Joaquin County, Central Valley

Sinor-La Vallee

Whole Cluster Bassi Vineyard Pinot Noir 2019

Great Avila tasting room! Whole cluster Pinot that has a broad palette with feminine berries but a twiggy backbone. — 24 days ago

Natasha Bray
with Natasha
Daniel, Eddie and 1 other liked this

Los Chuchaquis

Bandido San Benito County Negrette Blend 2020

This was great!! Reminded me of old vine. Complex, great structure. — a month ago

Sinor-La Vallee

San Luis Obispo County Pinot Noir 2017

cool climate pinot, vineyard 1.5 miles from the Pacific — a month ago

Williams Selyem

Vista Verde Vineyard Pinot Noir 2014

En Magnum. Not for me, but very correct. — a month ago

Shay, Peter and 3 others liked this

Bishop's Peak

San Luis Obispo County Pinot Noir 2020

Delectable Wine

This 2020 Pinot Noir opens with zesty raspberry, blood orange and rose aromas, along with hints of cola and baking spices. Juicy, seamless and energetic in style, it offers sweet red berry and floral pastille flavors. Fine-grained tannins shape the finish, with spice-driven persistence. $24.00 (Josh Raynolds, Vinous, May 2022) — a month ago

John, Alex and 14 others liked this

Sinor-Lavallee Wines

Estate Grown Syrah 2017

Conflicting. Nose hits a savory olive and meaty syrah sweet spot. But palette and finish don’t match. Almost artificial. And half a bottle gave one helluva headache. Another WE 94 ??? — a month ago

Eric, Ira and 7 others liked this



Familia Nueva

Liberté San Luis Obispo County Pinot Noir

Generally what you'd expect from a budget Pinot - oaky/vanilla, cherry, a bit of a bite — 22 days ago

Williams Selyem

San Benito County Pinot Noir 2015

Williams Selyem Central Coast Pinot Noir 2015: Medium-light bodied. Well balanced. Red fruit dominate followed by blueberry, spice, oak & earth. For me, first time trying & enjoying their Central Coast Pinot. Not the most complex but absolutely delicious, delightful and easy to drink! Enjoy the nice weather & happy Sunday to all! Cheers🍷 — a month ago

Ira, Mike and 2 others liked this