Hundred Acre Vineyard

Hundred Acre Vineyard

Ark Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2010

Opened one up for my birthday.... very nice but felt the Kayli Morgan was more structured and had smoother tannins — 15 days ago

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Layer Cake Wines

One Hundred Percent Pure Malbec 2017

Really nice taste. Buy again. — a day ago

Hundred Acre Vineyard

Ancient Way Vineyard Summer's Blocks Shiraz 2007

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2007 Hundred Acre. Post-Thanksgiving dinner w McC at Jar. Decanted abt 1 hr before drinking. Still huge. Comp against ‘01 Sloan. This lacked some of the finesse that the Sloan showed. This is also so massive and too young to drink. — 4 days ago

Stoller

Single Acre Dundee Hills Syrah 2017

Dark berry fruit, lavender, and olive. Very nice density at 14.1% alcohol which allows for fruit and aroma transparency without being too heavy. — 5 days ago

David Arthur

Three Acre Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2009

Dark red berries, licorice and hint of spice. Good medium body Cab with well integrated tannins. — a month ago

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Acre

Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

Zero expectations. My wife loved the bottle Great value. Great wine — 7 days ago

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Hundred Acre Vineyard

Kayli Morgan Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2012

Wowzer - amazing wine! — 19 days ago

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Sloan

Rutherford Red Bordeaux Blend 2001

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2001 Sloan CS. Post-Thanksgiving dinner w McC at Jar. Decanted as we sat and let it air in glass for ~45 mins before drinking. Massive wine. Calmed down a lot over the next 30-40 mins but could have decanted it hours earlier. Drank this in comp to 2007 Hundred Acre. I preferred this over the HA. — 4 days ago

McHenry Vineyard

Estate Vineyard Pinot Noir 2016

It’s always so exciting to try the latest release from McHenry and this just arrived in time to share with family; served alongside our Thanksgiving meal. The 2016 vintage was one of the smallest harvests on record for McHenry’s mere 2-acre, dry-farmed vineyard planted at 1800ft elevation; way up on Bonny Doon road. This was yet another year where they decided not to bottle a separate Swan Clone and instead released everything in the Estate designation. A hardly believable 56 cases were produced. However, the quality is extremely high. Darker fruited, this was more wild bramble and cranberry with some licorice and spice. So pure and delicious. Very primary right now. McHenry wines are quite long-lived with vintages from the 90’s drinking fabulously right now so I’m expecting the best to come. This fan will be tracking its evolution 😊. — 4 days ago

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