Tamar Ridge

Hirsch Vineyards

East Ridge Pinot Noir 2013

I normally like the West Ridge and its more subtle notes over the East Ridge, but this bottle of East Ridge was just fantastic. It was so very deep and yet still energetic and full of soaring, bright clean red fruits, combined with a lovely long finish. My wife and I basically raced each other to the bottom of this bottle. — 5 days ago

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Hirsch Vineyards

West Ridge Pinot Noir 2011

The 2011 West Ridge is on point right now for me. Still has bright red fruits, but is starting to show tertiary earth/mushroom notes, plus depth and complexity. — 20 days ago

Iwan, David and 5 others liked this
Pinotman /// Andreas

Pinotman /// Andreas

I love her wines. Jasmine Hirsch.
Pinotman /// Andreas

Pinotman /// Andreas

I love her wines. Jasmine Hirsch.

Drew Family Cellars

Estate Field Selections Mendocino Ridge Pinot Noir 2014

Herbal, red berry, some good funk, licorice, and five spice on the nose. Lots more on later tastings. Silky mouthfeel, darker berry, high rounded acidity, salinity, earth, and mod tannins. Lovely and fascinating! — 8 days ago

Eminent Domaine

Ribbon Ridge Pinot Noir 2019

Great character, defined palette along the rails. Complexity that supports most cuisine — 5 days ago

Jeff OrlowskiJoe Roth
with Jeff and Joe
Jeff, Eric and 4 others liked this

L'Ecole No. 41

Alder Ridge Grenache Rose 2019

Pale yellow-pink, excellent clarity. White floral and strawberry notes in nose. Mellocreme candy, strawberry and slight tangerine peel flavors, good acidity, dryish. White pepper aftertaste with some skin astringency but attractively so. Good affordable drinking here — 12 days ago

Trixie, Hermes and 2 others liked this

Vincent

Armstrong Vineyard Pinot Noir 2015

Enjoyable enough but lacking a bit in complexity — 8 days ago

Josh, Hermes and 2 others liked this

Spoto Wines

Special Select Crimson Ridge Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

@Delectable Wine This is the Crimson Ridge Vineyard of from Red Hills. The 2017 Crimson Ridge bursts with a lot of personality and style. Fairly high elevation, this wine poured a rather desirable crimson color (go figure) into the glass and was busting with black cherry, black licorice, smoke, graphite, cumin, baking spices. This had a very volcanic / red clay background from the nose to palate to finish. The palate is full-bodied, busting with black cherries, spice bread, cinnamon, builds black licorice to the back where figs, dates, hint of black olive swirling around as well. This wine finishes with a lot of youthful tannic character which softened with an hour in the glass. A bit of black pepper here as well. A ton of personality here in this wine already, yet SO young. Perplexing. I definitely think the best years of this wine are probably starting in 2022, with optimal drinking 2022-2035. Rated 94+ points. — 13 days ago

Paul, Severn and 16 others liked this

Ridge Vineyards

Monte Bello Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 2007

A. R.
9.3

After drinking a few of these in a short period of time I’m getting more of the sense of the “Montebello” house style. This one is more restrained and slightly more austere than the 2010. On the nose, tobacco, cassis and earl grey tea. In the mouth, grippy tannins, dark fruit, black tea, acid. Long finish. Like all MB, needs time, but totally accessible now. Yum. — 19 hours ago

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Penner-Ash

Wapato Ridge Vienyard Pinot Noir 2013

Bam! What a wonderful Pinot by an amazing winemaker! The character of this limited offering is outstanding. Everything one wants in complexity, soil, fruit, and albeit sacred character is present in this wine. 2012. — 5 days ago

Jeff OrlowskiJoe Roth
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Poe Wines

Manchester Ridge Vineyard Pinot Noir 2014

Splashy and bright start with pomegranate and cherries then moves into bitters, almonds, earthiness and smoke. Nice controlled long finish. Feels great to be back at restaurants but we are being super careful. — 6 days ago

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