Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon 2019

Bright & fruity. Yum! — 5 months ago

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Los Alamos Vineyard Pinot Noir 2015

A big, big fan of Varner and their Foxglove, the best QPR 2nd label in Cali, with Talley’s Bishop’s Peak a close second. Varner’s entry-level Los Alamos pinot is a super fresh, light-bodied style with ample fruit, depth, and acidity. For $20 it’s SOLID. Varner’s higher end chard/pinot are superb. Seek out the entire range. Foxglove truly rocks as well. — 2 years ago

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Greg Gosselin

Greg Gosselin

Varner/Foxglove — Talley/Bishop’s Peak — Peay/Cep are elite 1st/2nd QPR labels.
Greg Gosselin

Greg Gosselin

I reckon this the best $20 Cali pinot available.


Paso Robles Zinfandel 2019


Medium purple colour with strong raspberry jam on the nose, as well as maraschino cherry, pepper and a touch of menthol. Good medium to heavy body, with medium tannins that wrap around the mouth at first but mellow out and soften very quickly. On the palate, notes of raspberry and strawberry jam, white chocolate, pepper and some wet soil. Stewed strawberries on the long finish. — 5 months ago

Château L'Arrosée

Saint-Émilion Red Bordeaux Blend 2008

Nice begin-finish after open for 4 hours on this split. Balanced dark Cherry liquor, grilled herbs & surprising perfume on finish w/Foxglove from Tulip Tree Creamery. No disappointment here. — 7 years ago


Central Coast Chardonnay 2010

Med body, not oaky, buy again — 9 years ago


Central Coast Pinot Noir 2016

solid red at reasonable price — 2 years ago

Columbia Crest

H3 Horse Heaven Hills Cabernet Sauvignon 2013

Good table red. "I like it better than Foxglove..." — 6 years ago

Mastrojanni (Poderi Loreto e San Pio)

San Pio Cabernet Sauvignon Sangiovese 2010

Have with the foxglove tulip tree double cream wash rind earthy cheese -wine is aged in French oak, which rounds out the tannins... — 7 years ago