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Liquid Farm

SBC Santa Barbara County Pinot Noir 2016

All these guys do is make delicious, pretty wines. Medium burgundy color with light ruby undertones in the glass. Definitely needs some decent decanting. Ripe red fruits, fresh, fragrant herbs, and rose petals on the nose. This is an almost perfectly balanced Pinot, with nice complexity and depth. Restrained and elegant, there’s a nice level of complexity here that you’re just not going to find in most California Pinots. And as elegant as I say it is, she still has plenty of dirty funk going on. Beautiful cranberries, tart cherries, and tobacco smoke absolutely shine on the palate. White pepper, forest floor, and a bit of cinnamon play along, as well. Good length on the finish with peppered vanilla. I love these Santa Barbara wines. I really love these Liquid Farm wines. Outstanding stuff. — 8 days ago

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Trixie

Trixie

Delicate clover makes your photo beautiful. Lovely review. 🍷
Willie Carter

Willie Carter

@Trixie Thank you so much for your words. I really appreciate them

Domaine de l'Ecu (Guy Bossard)

Gneiss Muscadet Sèvre-et-Maine Melon de Bourgogne 2014

Cathy Corison
9.0

Liquid stones. — 22 days ago

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Tracy Needham

Tracy Needham

I have become obsessed with Muscadet (and I don’t eat oysters!). Will have to look for this one to try.

Liquid Farm

Vogelzang Vineyard Mourvedre Rosé 2017

Rosé really, really does not have to be crap. It can be refined and something special. Delicate light pink in the glass with an atypically complex nose of watermelon, orange blossom, white flowers, and bright citrus. Wonderful acidity and super crisp, this is exceedingly dry and fun. There’s a subtle smokiness that permeates throughout and gives depth to the wine. The mid palate is all bright, ripe fruit which leads way to notes of peaches, guava fruit, tart cranberry, and stone minerality. A bottle of this doesn’t last very long. I don’t know if I’m prepared to say it’s my favorite Rosé but it’s certainly up there. — a month ago

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Trixie

Trixie

Super photo! Cheers!

Liquid Farm

SMV Santa Maria Valley Pinot Noir 2015

I found the 2015 SMV to be well-balanced, elegant and another example of Liquid Farm rising to the occasion. Surprisingly under reviewed in my opinion. — 7 days ago

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Michael Herzog

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Love their Chardonnay and wish I saw it around more. Need to try their Pinot for sure.

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White Hill Sta. Rita Hills Chardonnay 2014

Lemon curd and funky nose. Citrus, white flower, vanilla. — 16 days ago

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Michel Delhommeau

Monnières-Saint Fiacre Muscadet Sèvre-et-Maine Sur Lie Melon de Bourgogne 2009

Cathy Corison
9.2

Spot. On. Liquid stones, melon fruit. Full body, snappy acidity. Wears 10 years in the bottle well. Nice with chile relleno. — 13 days ago

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Russ W

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Enfield Wine Co.

Waterhorse Ridge Fort Ross-Seaview Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

Gorgeous cool climate cab—seek this out if you want purity and restraint rather than opulence. It’s in a burg bottle which sums up the ethos pretty well. Black currant and red berries, liquid rocks and violets. Excited to see where the rest of these go — 5 days ago

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Liquid Farm

Golden Slope Sta. Rita Hills Chardonnay 2015

Light gold color in the glass. Grass, lemon and a little saline on the nose. Bright notes of green apple, citrus and key lime with an oily mouthfeel. Finish is long with a little acidity and heat. Very good. — 13 days ago

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Liquid Geography

Monastrell Rosé 2018

T G
9.0

Would buy again — a month ago

Liquid Farm

Four Sta. Rita Hills Chardonnay 2016

Nikki & Jeff Nelson joined together with Dragonette Cellars winemaker, Brandon Sparks-Gillis, & craft 2 very different small production Chards. Blend 2 stylistically different wines, from 7 vineyards, with little intervention, minimal oak, no additives just pure expressions of Chard! White Hill is more Chablis-like of the 2; aromas of stone and tropical fruits with citrus notes. On the palate peach, pineapple and ripe apple with citrus and mineral wrapped in generous acidity. Fresh, medium+ finish ending with citrus and mineral character. — a month ago

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