Swanson Vineyards

Swanson Vineyards

Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

K L
9.0

Continues to be a good lower priced staple. Lots of dark fruit in the end. — 2 months ago

Matt Dill
with Matt

Swanson Vineyards

Oakville Merlot 2003

2003 Shared with Sequent colleagues. Held up nicely — 8 months ago

Albino Armani

Valdadige Pinot Grigio 1607

With Kim Swanson at BLVD — a year ago

Swanson Vineyards

Alexis Napa Valley Estate Red Blend 2000

What a surprise! Cork crumbled despite climate controlled cellar. Heady scents of raspberry and cocoa. The wine was showing very well for 20 years old. Fresh, vibrant raspberry, dark chocolate, and a bit of spice. Only had a small glass, but would live to see what this is like after being open for 12 hours. #swansonvineyard — 2 years ago

Julie Nothstine
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Swanson Vineyards

Napa Valley Merlot 2018

K L
9.3

Always a good staple — 3 months ago

Matt Dill
with Matt

Swanson Vineyards

Salon Wine Selection Napa Valley Petite Sirah 2015

Drink at Thank you Nelson lunch at sushi restaurant — 7 months ago

Michelle YoonManami Honda
with Michelle and Manami

Swanson Vineyards

Salon Wine Selection Carneros Pinot Noir 2017

A solid Pinot. Bright red fruit with low notes of earthiness. A versatile red. — 2 years ago

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Swanson Vineyards

Salon Wine Selection Napa Valley Chardonnay 2019

K L
9.0

Pleasantly surprised! This held up to some of our other standard and we’d definitely get again or stock up. Balanced and oaky. — 5 months ago

Matt Dill
with Matt

Swanson Vineyards

Napa Valley Zinfandel 1989

Holding up well for 89. Structure takes you to Zin and this was just fun! — 8 months ago

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Ardbeg

The Ultimate Ten Years Old Single Malt Islay Scotch Whisky

My first Ardberg and it left quite an impression. Gosh! This was like eating bacon and smoking cigars. Ron Swanson should be drinking this instead of Lagavulin 😂 Truly, it feels like someone decided to bottle up that campfire by the sea that's been drenched in bacon fat from dinner the night before. With water, the marine quality becomes more apparent, but that smoke just remains. Only with great concentration can one discern some fruit notes (citrus). The finish is just all about that endless peat. Surprisingly, this whisky was quite "smooth" despite all the extremities it brought. Definitely need to taste more Ardbegs to understand what's going on - not displeasing, but for now, Talisker's more up my alley in the category of peated whiskies. — a year ago

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