Gary Farrell

Gary Farrell

Bacigalupi Vineyard Pinot Noir 2017

Pale lemon with aromas of stone fruits with light wafts of blossom and spice. On the palate rich ripe apple and pear with a touch of zesty citrus fruits, crisp, with vanilla notes. Nice mouthfeel, vivid acidity, medium+ finish ending with citrus mineral character. — 10 days ago

Shay, Daniel P. and 1 other liked this

Fraser Gallop

Parterre Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

Medium bodied, menthol/eucalypt, mild spice, black fruited, fine tannin, good length. Feels a bit dilute compared to the 2014, and a lesser wine on the second night. Gary Walsh gave this 94 but I can’t quite see that. — 3 days ago

Mark, Bob and 2 others liked this

Karl Lawrence

Gary Morisoli Vineyard Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 1997

This wine is hitting on all cylinders. Full bodied, fruit forward, lots of cherries and no more tannins. Wish I had more. — a month ago

Gary Farrell

Toboni Vineyard Pinot Noir 2017

Just pure driven fruit, slight coca cola smell, cherrys, and even darker cherries. Earth, mineral, baking spices, great long finish...Always liked this producer... — 8 hours ago

Ira and P liked this

Logan Farrell

Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

Notes of plum and blackberry. Really smooth and full bodied. Slight hint of oak and chocolate — 13 days ago

Dan McGuire
with Dan

Gary Farrell

Russian River Valley Pinot Noir 2016

My favorite Pinot, intense red fruit, nice balanced tannins. I love this wine especially at $45 — 2 months ago

Gary Farrell

Maffei Vineyard Zinfandel 2015

Kirk F

Drinking very well. Quaranzin! — 6 days ago

Shay, Ron and 12 others liked this

Gary Farrell

Russian River Selection Pinot Noir 2016

Delicious. Especially the second day. Augurs well for aging this high QPR Pinot. My 9.1 includes 0.3 over the super solid 8.8 I’d give it on taste alone, b/c of that QPR—I can drink 4 times of this yummy wine as I can afford to drink of a 9.4 that costs $100/bottle. Cherries, of course. Some structure I expect to grow in time. Bit of vanilla. Light-medium body with bigger flavors than one might expect given that fact. Pretty light red in the bowl. 14% alcohol is too dang high for Pinot noir. #CAWineProblems. — a month ago


Garys' Vineyard Pinot Noir 2014

Making the best of COVID-19 with a delicious Roar Gary, enough said — 9 days ago

Barbara Raphael
with Barbara