#53

Sequoia Grove

Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

11/18. Nice cab. Feels nice on the palate with great finish. #53 WS Top 100 2018. — a year ago

Equipo Navazos

La Bota de Florpower 53 Más Allá Palomino Fino

Rachel Merriam
9.8

Talk about a Sophie's Choice. #50 manzanilla pasada and #53 florpower — 5 years ago

Colgin

IX Estate Napa Valley Syrah 2005

DAG
9.6

You can get spoiled drinking Colgin IX out of magnums. 2005 - #43 2006 - #53 — 3 years ago

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Ponzi Vineyards

Tavola Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2012

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Spectator: : $25 rated
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2011 Tavola $25 at Cochran

Greywacke

Kevin Judd Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2011

Winemaker's Notes: #53 Wine Spectator Top 100 of 2012 Imagine a refreshing sorbet-like medley of fresh lychee, grapefruit and honeydew melon laced with flinty minerality and finished with an infusion of mandarin and lime zest. A lively, invigorating wine with persistent grapefruit flavours and a steely blackcurrant tang – crisp but succulent with a long enduring finish. Critical Acclaim: This intriguing white delivers a complex aromatic note that includes whiffs of petrol, oolong tea, mineral and lanolin, giving way to an equally complex flavor profile. Crunchy green apple, Meyer lemon and melon flavors are refreshing, balanced, and persistent on the finish. 92 Points Wine Spectator Pale, bright yellow. Highly aromatic nose combines grapefruit rind, underripe pineapple, white pepper, fresh herbs and stony minerality. Rich, pliant and fairly full, but with a juicy sappy quality to the orange blossom and spice flavors. In a rather forward style but bright framing acidity gives it definition and thrust. Finishes with excellent length. Greywacke is the new project of sauvignon blanc guru Kevin Judd, who put Cloudy Bay on the map during his 25 years as winemaker there. 91 Points International Wine Cellar Former Cloudy Bay winemaker Kevin Judd’s new label displays a vibrant pungency to its leafy aromas, then opens up on the palate to add gooseberry and grapefruit notes. It's refreshingly medium bodied, with a slightly creamy texture and a long finish filled with pink grapefruit. 90 Points Wine Enthusiast — 6 years ago