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Trombetta Family Wines

Indindoli Vineyard Pinot Noir 2021


Indindoli not as great as gap crown with more age on it but still good. Likely needs more time — 4 months ago

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Indindoli Vineyard Chardonnay 2015

Charles (Chad) Bucklin

Bottled 1 month ago. A very attractive #chardonnay Great fruit and white flowers on the nose with med intensity. The palate was on the restrained side with less ripe apples and lemon. The structure was tight with med + acid and integrated alcohol. This was well balanced and had nice length. #trombettafamilywines #russianrivervalley #californiachardonnay #ctbucklinwine — 8 years ago

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Gap's Crown Vineyard Pinot Noir 2018


Great! Really enjoyed. Similar to a lynmar or sojourn. Glad I got a few! Balanced and earthy. — 5 months ago

Matt Dill
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Trombetta Family Wines

Gap's Crown Vineyard Chardonnay 2015

15' Trombetta Gap's Crown. Everything you love about California Chardonnay. Not quite as good as the 14. Love it. — 7 years ago

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What is this? Yet another newbie for me... thanks for sharing!
Jody Scharf

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David. I own a couple of these thx to your previous reviews
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@Jody Scharf I hope you enjoy them as much as I do. I would decant the 2015. If you have any 2014👍

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Gavi 2016

Minerally, citrus, and a hint of salt. Very good for what it is, but personal preference leads me to reds. — 5 years ago

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Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir 2014

2014. A thoughtful gift from a generous and wine savvy friend. Elegant, might even say luxurious, and definitely built for the long-haul. Red and black cherry, red raspberry, hint of birch beer and spice. An almost smoky minerality wafts here and there. Subtle, refreshing acid and a light and lingering finish. 14.2% abv is still integrating but is certainly not hot or clumsy. Would love to see it in four or five years. — 7 years ago

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