Hogs in the Woods

Barossa and McLaren Vale Grenache

Light. Easy drinking. Slight spice. — 2 years ago

Wild Hog Vineyard

Fort Ross-Seaview Pinot Noir

We love the hogs! Rustic brambly wood and wet dragony leaves. Good structure and the right amount of spice and acidity for a funky north coast Pinot. Couldn't be made by nicer people. I'd give it a 14 if I could. — 4 years ago

Shannon Silver
with Shannon

Beringer Vineyards

Knights Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

Notice the Razorback Red. Go Hogs! — 3 years ago

Jim Hadley
with Jim
David, Shay and 2 others liked this

Man O' War Vineyards

Bellerophon Syrah Viognier 2012

Needs to open up, but great potential here. Not bad for a cool summer evening with crispy fried hogs head. — 6 years ago

David MacMillan

David MacMillan

How are the Sauvignon Blancs?
David MacMillan

David MacMillan

You should ask everyone you meet there if they like the matrix
Jeffrey Long

Jeffrey Long

"Sauvs" are good, but very disappointingly Cloudy Bay was the best we had after touring all over Marlborough. After much difficulty got hold ifs 2001 Sauvignon Blanc from Framingham. Extremely interesting. Unlike Sancerre, no one here has yet realized the potential of aging these wines. Could make serious money doing this, as they are all sold fresh for very little money.

Domaine Huet

Le Mont Moelleux Vouvray Chenin Blanc 2009

For this sweet wine, balanced with the lanolin tones and oily richness of Huet - can't imagine a better wine of this style. Would pair with a salty terrine or hogs head cheese — 4 years ago

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Olga Raffault

Chinon Cabernet Franc 2008

So barnyard I should be slopping hogs. Love it. — 5 years ago

Michele Craig
with Michele