Fossil & Fawn

Fossil & Till

Davis Vineyard Petillant Naturel Riesling

Incredibly drinkable pet nat — 3 months ago

Fossil Point Wines

Edna Valley Pinot Noir 2020

If you need a house Pinot Noir under $20, it doesn't get much better than this. Tastes like a $30-$40 bottle from any great California appellation.  — 8 months ago

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VInho Tinto Rouge

absolutely delicious medium bodied, bright red - funky, berries & tannins. enjoyed as an aperitif — 2 years ago

Paul, Brian and 1 other liked this

Mad Fritz

The Old Deer and Fawn Winter Spiced Ale

The bottling is actually the Fuyu Persimmon. The color of the beer is absolutely beautiful a golden orange. The beer is full of flavor and smooth as can be. I wish I had another bottle. — 3 years ago

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Fossil & Fawn

Do Nothing Red Blend 2022

From White Horse Wine and Spirits. Funky watermelon Jell-O 🤔 — 5 months ago

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Fossil Point Wines

San Luis Obispo Grenache Rosé 2021

Lots of minerals on the nose and palate and subtle red fruits (unripe strawberry). A pleasant surprise for a California rosé, more French or Spanish in style. Yum!! — 10 months ago

The Meeker Vineyard

Fossil Dry Creek Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 2016

Only had a small portion of this. My wife thoroughly enjoyed it and glad we have another bottle on the rack. — 2 years ago

Eddie, Vanessa and 1 other liked this

Fossil Point Wines

Edna Valley Chardonnay 2017

Delicious Chardonnay. Went perfectly with our scallops and snow peas — 5 months ago

Tenute Sella

Omaggio a Quintino Sella Lessona Nebbiolo Blend 2015

A toast to the “Unification of Italy.” A light garnet red tapering to burnt orange on the edges. Aromas of black cherry and red currants. Hints of orange with a spicy pepper. The palate is dry and bright with a complex mix of flavor. The Sella family’s history in Lessona region began in 1671. This is one of the smallest village appellations in all of Italy with a mere 23 hectares of land under vine. The success of this region is the Pliocene sandy, marine-influenced soils. These deposits of marine sands and fossil shells provide the mineral cocktail which enhances Nebbiolo with a bright energy. — a year ago

Fossil & Fawn

Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

Good charcoal smokiness on the backend, some small pepper notes, a thanksgiving crusher — 2 years ago