Nice balance Cab for the price. Cherry and vanilla notes. — 7 days ago
Great local find at Ruthe’s.
Fruit quality is fantastic, maybe a lil thin, but that aspect improves drinkability.
Oak treatment… guessing liquid oak, tasty spectrum, a lil forward, decant.
Not a huge oak person (lil forward, counterbalanced by bump’n fruit, tasty), but liked this wine enough to make it a multi-bottle purchase.
— 6 days ago
We absolutely love this and is drinking beautifully now. Dark fruits, licorice, asian spices, garrigue, velvety tannins enveloped in a medium bodied wine that is body and elegance. We think its the best wine of Rhys and they do some outstanding pinot noir there :) — 12 days ago
Heavenly dark fruit aromas, nearly opaque purple, dark fruit with medium tannins and some residual sugar — 18 days ago
One of the absolute best pinots I've ever had. Initial aromas of potting soil, dusty raspberry/blackberry, pomegranate seeds, and grapefruit rind. After a few minutes, more earthy aromas such as clay pot emerge, followed by vanilla bean. A few minutes later, it's all dark cherry and cranberry chutney. Amazingly complex and continually evolving. The vanilla cream and soft oak emerges late in the palate. Just wonderful. — 5 days ago
Very pretty aromas. Quince, white flowers, lemon, gooseberries, a hint of lactic richness, also with salt spray nose. So this is almost Chablisien. But the palate is like *good* petit Chablis. Can’t say I get a ton of Cali terroir, as much as the stylistic crafting a of an “old world” wine (grapes picked early etc). I usually agree with AG but can’t get on board with the score here. — 9 days ago
John picked a nice bottle for lunch. 2021 April. — 24 days ago