Yorkville Highlands, North Coast

Williams Selyem

Weir Vineyard Pinot Noir 2004

Another winner from the WS lineup. Dark stone fruits and earth. Delicious. — 16 days ago

Theopolis Vineyards

Yorkville Highlands - Mendocino County Petite Sirah 2018

Deep purple in color and very dense, with a short purplish rim.

Pretty nose of blueberries, blackberries, violets, light oak, Indian spices, licorice, eucalyptus, tobacco, dark coffee and black pepper.

Full-bodied with medium plus acidity and long fat legs.

Dry on the palate with plums, blueberries, sweet raspberries, fig jam, plums, oak, vegetables, bitter herbs, earth, tobacco, chocolates, cola, herbs and spices.

Nice length on the finish with fine grained tannins and tangy raspberries.

This is a very tasty Petite Sirah from Mendocino County in California. Still young, but already enjoyable, even by itself.

Good right out of the bottle and better with airtime (2 hours).

Fruit forward and nicely balanced, with a great nose. Already showing nice complexity. Still shows a touch of alcohol, which will dissipate with time.

A nice sipping wine that will age nicely in the next 10 years. Interesting, rich and tangy.

I had it all by itself.

100% Petite Sirah grapes were aged in (30% New) French oak barrels for 20 months. Unfined and unfiltered.

14.5% alcohol by volume.

91 points.

$40.
— 2 months ago

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"Les Voisins" Yorkville Highlands Syrah 2016

Textbook Rhone style Syrah — 2 months ago

Mario, Raul and 9 others liked this

Carlisle Winery & Vineyards

Yorkville Highlands Petite Sirah 2006

2006 Vintage. 15% Alcohol. This is at it’s peak and a great Petite Sirah! Tannins resolved and lots of blueberry and blackberry fruit with smooth mouthfeel for a PS. Great job Mike Officer! — a month ago

Severn, Shay and 11 others liked this

Yorkville Cellars

Yorkville Highlands Cabernet Franc 2006

Perfect wine to dress up an otherwise mundane meal. Two Yorkville Cellars wines from the ‘06 vintage in less than a week. Both were quite excellent. — 2 months ago

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Yorkville Cellars

Rennie Vineyard Malbec 2006

A wonderful Yorkville Highlands Malbec. Holding up really well. — 2 months ago

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Enfield Wine Co.

Yorkville Highlands Syrah 2015

Bravo Johnny Law!!! This was a tannic beast but has blossomed into a sexy Syrah (still has tannins) beast. — 2 months ago

Shay, Matt and 4 others liked this

Meyer Family Cellars

Dry Rosé of Syrah 2019

This is just shockingly good. Full bodied and silky but with a sturdy acidic backbone. Dried blue and red fruit, with the addition of loads of Mediterranean herbs. A great rose for not-quite-hot weather, and a complex and detailed wine that would be worth it if it costs 3x what it did. — a month ago

Ericsson, Severn and 8 others liked this
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Bee Hunter

Yorkville Highlands Sémillon 2017

Light golden in color.

On the nose limes, citrus, light earth, green apples, herbs and minerals.

Medium bodied with medium acidity. Crisp and refreshing.

Dry on the palate with lemons, citrus, green apples, light grapefruits, bitter herbs, earth and vegetables.

Medium finish with limes and bitter almonds.

This is a very tasty Sémillon from Mendocino County in California. Fruit forward with nice acidity. Showing mild complexity, interesting and refreshing.

This 4 year old is nicely balanced and good right out of the bottle.

Good by itself or with food, and better when properly chilled.

A good quality wine. Would be interesting to try it again in 3 to 5 years.

Aged for 10 months in neutral French Oak barrels, on its lees.

13.1% alcohol by volume.

90 points.

$32.
— 2 months ago

Hermes, Willie and 15 others liked this

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Hawks Butte Vineyard Syrah 2016

Pretty wine. Very northern Rhône. White pepper. Floral. Good brightness and concentration. Red fruits. Plenty of very fine tannin. Needs to sleep a few years 😴 — 2 months ago

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