Apple citrus notes - not grassy - very light acid. Isabel, Mimi bridge dinner — 19 days ago
Nose - best ever!
Complex after opening for several hours the true complexity emerges . I wish I would have started with a magnum!
Amazing , my favorite - beside the many complex flavors it eventually reveals a hint of mint that tops of the leather and a touch of earth before the finish lingers so long you almost want to wait on the next sip!
Maya , the name is aptly named and I look forward to more wines of this caliber! All the best from Elizabeth and Michael. We will never forget the dinner at your moms home when you returned from France. — 2 months ago
Enjoyed by all the family — a month ago
Exceptional. This wine has come into its own. More old world than I expected and so rich and deep. Loved the earthiness and the heft but strong complicated fruit made the day. It’s not quite as nuanced as a Burgundy but it approaches one. This was exquisite. — a month ago
Don’t normally like a CA wine but very yummy ! — 3 months ago
Dark fruit, earth some spice, great pinit, BIG — 16 days ago
Really nice, doesn't need aerating — a month ago
Bright ruby garnet with a dark purple core. Inviting nose of Marasca cherries and a hint of vanilla. Medium palate echoes the nose with classic Carneros medium minus acidity and low tannins. Moderate finish. While I prefer PN with darker fruit and better structure, this is definitely a classic example of the California style that should more than satisfy those who favor it. The low acidity makes it work well with spicier fare like blackened salmon or Mediterranean duck. Drink now through 2024. — 2 months ago