Weingut Knoll

Trefethen Family Vineyards

American Oak Aged Oak Knoll Cabernet Sauvignon 2013

2013 continues to Wow me! — 8 days ago

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Taylor Family Vineyards

Hillside Oak Knoll District Chardonnay 2017

Taylor Family Wines never disappoint. — 14 days ago

Ashes & Diamonds Winery

Grand Vin No 1 A & D Vineyard Red Blend 2014

The 2014 seems very well constructed. Rainier cherries. Maybe soaked in Luxardo. But with a hand of restraint. Softness throughout. — a month ago

Anita Livingstone
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Shibumi Knoll

Buena Tierra Vineyard Pinot Noir 2009

Great for the first 5 seconds and fell off after the mid palate. — 9 days ago

Shay, Ryan and 7 others liked this

Trefethen Family Vineyards

F.H.B Oak Knoll District Merlot 2015

Shay A

Monthly WTF group. Theme this month was merlot. All wines tasted blind.

I called this Napa merlot between 2013-2015. Similar to some of the other merlots of the night, I got a dustiness to the fruit. Nicely balanced with good acidity and tannin. Definitely more red and black fruit dominant with bay leaf and a streak of licorice down the middle. I could see this going up in score a little bit over the next couple of years. Thanks
@Jack Thompson
— a month ago

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Trefethen Family Vineyards

Oak Knoll District Cabernet Sauvignon 2013

Already nice and quite soft, with graphite and leather notes. — 10 days ago

Cedar Knoll Vineyard Co (Palmaz)

Hagen's Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon

This opened with notes cocoa, tobacco leaf, ripe fruits and a bit of soil. On the palate the fruit is presented in a subtle way. Thought it may have been a little more fruit forward from the nose but was surprised. Touch of earth and tobacco and spice. Tannins were in check. Drinks rather smoothly. Very enjoyable. — 4 months ago

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Ashes & Diamonds Winery

No. 2 A & D Vineyard Red Blend 2015

A touch more flamboyant than the 2014 (No. 1), this No. 2 vintage is still all about the red fruit. Less of the Cabernet Franc coming through on the nose, but it seemed to me to be more intense with some floral tickling around the edges. This would be amazing with a steak. — a month ago

Anita Livingstone
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