Philip Togni Vineyard

Philip Togni Vineyard

Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2006

Still singing. Stuff to age a bit longer but probably in its prime now. Tannins mostly resolved. Strong fruit. — 2 days ago

Eric, Daniel P. and 16 others liked this


Rutherford Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 2012

Wonderful. Second to the Togni that was opened on the same night. Massive but feminine at the same time. In five years this will be amazing. — 15 days ago

Tom, Shay and 7 others liked this

Philip Togni Vineyard

Tanbark Hill Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

Medium color and acidity. Somewhat Closed. Black Raspberry, graphite,herbs like bay leaf and chocolate. Firm tannins — 3 months ago

Philip Shaw

The Conductor Bulgarian Merlot

Costco Advent Calendar Day 13 - Dry, nice smooth taste. — 4 months ago

Philip Lardot

Pinot Gris 2018

Skin contact Grauburgunder (Pinot Gris) from the Mosel. What an alluring, beautiful orange color. The nose and palate are citrusy, fruity and refreshing. Well done. — 8 days ago

Tom, Paul and 14 others liked this

Philip Lardot

kontakt White Blend 2019

Müller Thurgau, as the name implies, with some skin contact. Not an ‘orange’ wine but stilll maintains a pale straw color. Notes of raw almond and maybe bruised apple. Bone dry. Philip Lardot is the apprentice to Mosel/Riesling genius Ulli Stein. His winemaking style seems to be more experimental or exploratory than Stein’s. I’m loooking forward to trying more of his wines in the future. — 3 months ago

Tom, Raul and 14 others liked this

Marchesi Mazzei

Philip Toscana Cabernet Sauvignon 2013

Italians inspired by the New World. Ghosts of Sangiovese loom in the back — 4 months ago

Philip Lardot

Riesling der Bauer

One of the best cuvees had yet from Lardot. Piercing lemon zest, tropical sunshine; it’s like being in the beach in the Mosel. — a month ago

Tom, Severn and 2 others liked this

Philip Jamison Jones Winery

Harvest Time Apple Pear Wine Apple

Very pleasant and silky wine not too sweet and no tartness. Balanced apple and pear on the palate. — 2 months ago

Philip Shaw

No. 19 Sauvignon Blanc 2017

Does no betray that it is a SB at first blush. The grass is more a tertiary aroma beneath maybe a green apple nose.
On the palate the acid predominates but is not obtrusive. The wine is probably more of a Loire valley signature.
Rosslyn and Alix did not appreciate this wine at all. In fact they disliked it so much they did not drink it.
— 3 months ago

Rosslyn Stewart
with Rosslyn