Wow. Perfect, smooth, drinkability x100, aged perfectly. Extremely well balanced, toned down and lingers on the tongue long after. Glad I have a few more bottles! — 5 days ago
Ruby in color with a wide reddish, cloudy rim.
Fruity nose with sweet raspberries, bing cherries, blueberries, vanilla, light oak, light vegetables, spices and black pepper.
Medium plus in body with medium plus acidity.
Dry on the palate with black cherries, plums, sweet strawberries, raspberries, spices, light chocolates, earth, black pepper and herbs.
Long finish with fine grained tannins and tangy raspberries.
The six-year-old from Mendocino County, drinks like a fresh wine. Easy drinking right out of the bottle, and very pleasant. A Good quality Pinot Noir.
Fruit forward and rich. Tangy and tasty. Good by itself or with food.
This Single Vineyard is well balanced with nice complexity and a soft mouthfeel.
This Pinot Noir seems to be aging nicely, and will continue to drink well in the next 5 years. Tangy and interesting. A great wine to sip on by the porch.
I paired it with a triple cream Brie cheese with wild mushrooms.
Aged in French oak barrels (30% new) for 2 years.
14.9% alcohol by volume.
$60. — 17 days ago
Opened 30 min before consuming. Light gold color. The nose is a bit closed as this needed more air to become expressive. Heavy weight in the glass shows the pedigree of the Clos vineyard and the talented winemaking. Notes of light citrus, crushed white stone, white clay and a little apricot. We were not able to give this the air and time this bottle needed to open up and show its stuff. This is my last bottle of this really good wine, it should have been opened 2-3 hours earlier. This still has years of life ahead of it. — 15 days ago
My kind of #californication 🙂 Deep and spicy (finish) with strong bitter chocolate. Mild tannins, medium acidity. Black fruits - barely palpable. But a leather, smoke maybe - they do the job. My second wine from William Hill - the first one was fantastic blend (2014). — 20 days ago
The ‘Temperance Hill Vineyard’ is a storied, higher elevation site in the Eola-Amity Hills, farmed by Dal Crisp. Once on the nose this takes on layers of tart pomegranate seed and orange rind alongside damp earthy undertones. The palate is fresh and marvelously terroir-driven with its salty undertones. The freshness and rich red fruit profile impresses here with lighter suggestions of white truffle shavings that all meld together. With beautiful length, this outstanding new Eola-Amity Hills. Bottling will enjoy a long life ahead of it. Drink 2021-2033- 93
— 17 days ago
10’Lail Mole Hill. Nose of spring flowers. Blackberry, black currant, white chocolate. Classic Howell with age. BIG middle palate, runs right through the back. Just starting to show its age. Touch of sweet tannins, low acidity. Won’t get any better. Enjoy over the next 5/8 years. — 24 days ago
Best cuvee from Southold I’ve had in a while. Really digging this. GSM blend. Structured with perfect amount of fruit ripeness. Excellent food wine. — 10 days ago
Color of dark bubbly purple, looking dense. Nose of cocoa, currants, spice, sweet vanilla, a bit oak, and a bit plum. Taste of good refined tannins, tobacco leaves, blackberry, vanilla, ripe grapes, oak and cherry, smooth, silky, and mouthful. Aftertaste shows some more zesty note plus a bit metallic note. Pretty good, mellow, and everyone will enjoy her. — 11 days ago
We had the 2014 Vintage on 2/26-27/21. This wine is a terrific effort from Moshin. Black cherry and cinnamon on the bouquet. Black cherry, black raspberry and mild spice on the palate. There is a smooth finish, this wine is almost full bodied. I am glad I have more — 4 days ago
Better than I expected and excellent for the price.
Lime zest, tangerine, as well as strong hints of beeswax and minerality on the nose. Bone dry with medium plus acidity. Great with many kinds of food. — 2 days ago