Palmina

Sisquoc Vineyard Nebbiolo

9.166 ratings
9.120 pro ratings
Santa Maria Valley, Central Coast, California, USA
Nebbiolo
Top Notes For
Alejandro Medina

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Oct 7th, 2017
frank delzio

Even more special!

Even more special!

1 person found it helpfulJul 29th, 2015
Jeremy Ball

Rosemary and tar. Silky pureness. Acid is raging. Gorgeous wine. Should age for another 5-10 at least.

Rosemary and tar. Silky pureness. Acid is raging. Gorgeous wine. Should age for another 5-10 at least.

1 person found it helpfulMar 29th, 2015
John Capone

First nebbiolo planting in California, planted in early 90s

First nebbiolo planting in California, planted in early 90s

1 person found it helpfulJul 13th, 2014
Chris Thile

The first new world nebbiolo I've had with secondary and perhaps tertiary characteristics. It isn't trying to be Italian either. It's its own beautiful wine.

The first new world nebbiolo I've had with secondary and perhaps tertiary characteristics. It isn't trying to be Italian either. It's its own beautiful wine.

1 person found it helpfulFeb 11th, 2014
David Castleberry

Epic Santa Barbara Nebbiolo! 🔥🔥

Epic Santa Barbara Nebbiolo! 🔥🔥

Mar 13th, 2016
Ellen Clifford

Exceptional. Not gonna try to get into how the earth was smooth yet berry-filled. Like if you could make a juice of puréed mud, silk and blueberries, which should be disgusting. But is the opposite: The Best. Tasted at Republique in LA.

Exceptional. Not gonna try to get into how the earth was smooth yet berry-filled. Like if you could make a juice of puréed mud, silk and blueberries, which should be disgusting. But is the opposite: The Best. Tasted at Republique in LA.

Nov 29th, 2015
Mark Eastom

Massively tannic.. This wine needs at least 10-years in the cellar to soften, and it already spent 5-years in barrel. Yes, 5-years.. Interesting wine, but already showing a bit of a porty characteristic. From the extended barrel aging I'd assume.

Massively tannic.. This wine needs at least 10-years in the cellar to soften, and it already spent 5-years in barrel. Yes, 5-years.. Interesting wine, but already showing a bit of a porty characteristic. From the extended barrel aging I'd assume.

Aug 27th, 2015
Alder Yarrow

Wine Blogger Vinography

9.1

Leather rose petals and raspberry jam with a hint of smoke.

Leather rose petals and raspberry jam with a hint of smoke.

Mar 10th, 2015
Warren Fraser

Tasty. Not truly Nebbiolo in the classic sense. But a ripe and forward American version. Lots of unusual nuances- ripe mushroom; tart black berries.

Tasty. Not truly Nebbiolo in the classic sense. But a ripe and forward American version. Lots of unusual nuances- ripe mushroom; tart black berries.

Jan 31st, 2015