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Sean Minor

Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir 2022

Had in Truckee with John, Jeff Kepple and Natalie and Garret Haywood. Very light but very tasty. — 20 days ago

Sean Minor

Four Bears Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon 2021

NOT Four Bears. It is California Series Paso Robles. And very good! Great cherry berry flavors. — 10 months ago

Vinca Minor

Santa Cruz Mountains Chardonnay 2021

A tasting note for their Vermentino (since no such entry exists): Stony grassy oily beeswax lanoline
Crushed stones citrus medium+ acidity medium - finish phenolic bitterness
— 2 years ago

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Sean Minor

California Pinot Noir 2019

Light, smooth finish. Easy to drink. — 2 years ago

Vinca Minor

Mendocino Carignan 2017

Six year old Carignan is fascinating! Great fruit that has more leather, dried rose, golden raisins, plums, and dried strawberry. Very complex with excellent acidity and still some tannin. Tasting great at 6 years! — 2 months ago

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Sean Minor

4B California Pinot Noir Rosé 2021

Slight strawberry notes. Well balanced. Not too sweet and not to dry. One of the best roses I ever had — 2 years ago

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Kristin Cancellieri

Strawberries 🍓 and summer in a glass. Slightly dry with effervescence

Vinca Minor

Santa Cruz Mountains Cabernet Franc Merlot 2016

Tasting great with some age. Cedar, tobacco, green pepper, plums, chocolate covered tart cherries. More on the herbal/veggie side of Bordeaux blend. I really like this. Probably even better in a few more years. — 2 years ago

Vinca Minor

Los Carneros Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

Very nice. Dried cherries and currants. Some cedar, cocoa powder, good tannin, I get dried cranberries on the finish with some sage and rosemary. Pretty darn good. — 3 months ago

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Enderle & Moll

Spätburgunder Rosé 2020

Notes are cumbersome, so no notes today but plus side, scores are honest and I should be a professional reviewer, LOL. (Good, but not 2019 good, detailed notes on future bottles...)

On the Lawn at Tanglewood this final afternoon with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Our guest conductor Michael Tilson Thomas is leading IVES (Psalm 90) and BEETHOVEN (Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Opus 125).

After a two-year pause, we arrive again to the day when Beethoven concludes on these hallowed grounds. The 9th by Beethoven is always bittersweet for us, as it marks the end of the official Symphony and Pops season for the BSO at their Summer home. It is a wonderful and singularly emotive piece moved with the full force of the Tanglewood Festival Chorus (110+) conveying the message of a divine spark of joy that makes all people one. The music and the day almost bring me to tears on an annual basis...
'Freude, schöner Götterfunken!' / 'Joy, beauteous, godly spark!'
— a year ago

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Sean Minor

Sonoma Coast Chardonnay 2019

苦味強めだが美味しい — 2 years ago