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Martin Woods

Jessie James Vineyard Pinot Noir

Delicious domestic Pinot from@martin woods! This one has it all — 4 hours ago

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Peter Martin Ray Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

Pretty darn close to old school Napa. — 6 months ago

Château Cheval Blanc

St. Émilion Red Bordeaux Blend 2008

Delectable Wine

The 2008 Cheval Blanc is one of the go-to wines of the vintage. Now at 15 years old, it has retained the energy and focus it displayed from the outset: black fruit, crushed stone, wilted violet petals and touches of forest floor cohere wonderfully in the glass. The Cabernet here is more expressive. The palate has a slight chewiness on the entry, but it "relaxes" in the glass. It shows off its delicate lattice of tannins and perhaps a bit more backbone than I have observed on previous bottles. It's very intense on the finish where, as before, the Cabernet Franc takes charge. Superb. Keep it another three to four years if you can. Tasted at the Lia's Wings/book dinner at Medlar restaurant. (Neal Martin, Vinous, December 2023)
— 2 months ago

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Martin Ray

Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir 2022

Consumed 01/2024. Did not have it with any food, just sipped on it by itself.  The bottle describes it as bright with complex fruit, subtle spices and silky, refined tannins. 13.9 % ALC by VOL — 15 days ago

Martin & Anna Arndorfer

Handcrafted Kamptal Grüner Veltliner 2022

another gorgeous wine from arndorfer, very fruity and lightly spiced, a pleasure to drink — 3 months ago


Peter Martin Ray Vineyard Chardonnay 2018

Lemon oil, salinity, oyster shell and orchard fruit. — 3 months ago

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Martin Ray

Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2011


Very smooth and soft. Scuttle sweetness. $29.99 — a month ago

Château Léoville Poyferré

Saint Julien Red Bordeaux Blend 1982

Delectable Wine

The 1982 Léoville Poyferré is a vintage that I have not seen for a while. This bottle is splendid. It is Ferrous on the nose and offers wilted rose petals, asphalt and pencil shavings, now firmly into its secondary aromatic phase yet maintaining impressive delineation and freshness. Maybe a little rustic compared to recent vintages, yet charming. The palate is very well balanced, and there is a touch of Brettanomyces that would be understandable given the warmth of the growing season. Cedar and graphite flourish toward the finish. This is at a peak now, and as I averred before, I would drink these sooner unless you have larger formats on your hands. Tasted at Burns & German's dinner to celebrate The Complete Bordeaux Vintage Guide book at Medlar. (Neal Martin, Vinous, December 2023)
— 2 months ago

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