Wow!! 11 years and this hasn’t lost a thing. A good bit of sediment when opened. Funk took a minute to blow off. Not the typical Cali Pinot fruit that hits you, this is more subtle. Leans more towards French style. Still crazy amount of acidity. Absolute winner. I picked this up off Last Bottle and I’m regretting not grabbing more. I am now searching out School House Pinot. — 16 days ago
This is a very nice and easy drinking Pinot Noir from Carneros.
Showing red and black fruits with oak, licorice, light vanilla, tobacco, chocolates, coffee and peppercorn.
Medium bodied with medium acidity.
Dry on the palate, soft and smooth. Fruit forward and fresh.
Good right out of the bottle and good by itself or with food. I gave it a light chill and paired it with light appetizers.
13.8% alcohol by volume.
$25. — 4 days ago
Cherry, blackberry, raspberry, vanilla, currant and oak. Full-bodied and soft tannins. — 15 days ago
Nose: earth. Pepper. Taste: silky smooth but bold. Ripe fruit. Very much plum and slight currant. Vanilla. Velvety and round on the palate. Very nice wine. Bold, slightly tannic. Really like it. — 4 days ago
Peppery and meaty, good earth flavor — 12 days ago
Texas winery production...do not pause! One of the best Texas white wines ever tasted, mysterious hints of Russian River whites! Very nice on the palate and finish...great for hot summers. I am not a white wine drinker but still enjoyed this wine...light fruit and lemony finish, somewhat sophisticated. Balanced and smooth drinker, not sweet but tart enough. Winery locale very remote with deep Australian roots, multiple generation vintner. Grapes of the Barossa Valley, winery near enough to Austin, TX and Lake Travis. Only available at the tasting room of the winery or the club ...which has over 1000 members! — a month ago
Vikrant’s house — 11 days ago