95 Points 2015 Pinot Noir Block 10-Whole Cluster

“100% whole cluster fermented. · Moderate garnet color in the glass. Dramatic aromatics that excite including scents of black cherry, black raspberry, rose petal and exotic spices. My notes say, “Oh-man!” Equally seductive on the palate, with mid weight unctuous flavors of black cherry and black raspberry immersed in exotic spices. Noticeably different texturally from […]

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94 Points 2015 Pinot Noir Block 10

“Block 10 is the highest elevation block planted to Pinot Noir and receives the most direct sunlight. 100% de-stemmed. · Moderate garnet color in the glass. Heady aromas of marionberry, purple grape and baking spices. Aims to please in the mouth, with an attack of vivid black cherry and spice flavors that demands attention. Remarkable […]

92 Points 2015 Pinot Noir Block 9-Pommard

“From a warm, southwestern-facing block. · Moderate garnet color in the glass. Charming atoms of Bing cherry, warm spices and herbal oak. Engaging attack of deep cherry flavor accented with a hint of savory herbs and floral goodness. Silky in the mouth, with plenty of sap to satisfy, backed by polished tannins. The finish is […]

91 Points 2015 Pinot Noir Block 8

The Prince of Pinot has released his first reviews of 2018, and we are thrilled to be mentioned in them. “Block 8 is a warm and steep block planted to Wädenswil clone. Only second time winery has bottled 100% Wädenswil wine. · Moderately light garnet color in the glass. The nose starts out quite savory […]

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Great Experience at Winter’s Hill

After the stress and long hours of harvest, I found myself knocked down by the flu last week.  It really made my day to receive this note. Hi Russell, I wanted to reach out and tell you about a great experience some coworkers of mine had at Winter’s Hill. I work for … in downtown […]