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Score: 95 | November 4, 2021 | JamesSuckling.com

This wine shows depth and balance, offering a classic nose of ripe dark fruit, vanilla and eucalyptus. Some crushed-stone minerality, too. Full-bodied and dense with impressive concentration, viscous tannins and bright acidity. Fresh and juicy aftertaste. Lovely now, but better in 2023.

Score: GOLD | October 11, 2021 | San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo International Wine Competition
Score: GOLD | October 11, 2021 | San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo International Wine Competition
Score: SILVER | October 11, 2021 | San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo International Wine Competition
Score: DOUBLE GOLD | September 26, 2021 | Sonoma County Harvest Fair
Score: 90 | July 1, 2021 | Wine Enthusiast

Great balance and a refreshing bit of restraint make this medium-bodied wine charming and elegant. It will be easy to come back to for all kinds of meals. Vibrant raspberry and red cherry meet light oak spices on a smooth, lightly tannic texture. JIM GORDON

Score: 90 | July 1, 2021 | Wine Enthusiast

Rich in salty caramel crème brulee, this is a fleshy and lushly made white wine, full bodied and concentrated in style. The oak provides a foundation of toasty baking spice and vanilla.  -Virginie Boone

Score: 91 | July 1, 2021 | Wine Enthusiast

Opening in divine aromatics of orange peel and raspberry, this cool-climate wine shows a length of brightness and fres acidity amidst a full-bodied style and approach. Ample tannin and oak accentuate its earthier heartier side. -Virginie Boone

Score: 92 | July 1, 2021 | Wine Enthusiast

This full-bodied, robust wine sports toasted oak and browned butter aromas followed by ripe Bosc pear and toasted almonds flavors on a rich, mouthfilling texture. It is big and well balanced, offering lots of flavor along with appetizing structure. -Jim Gordon

Score: 94 | June 30, 2021 | Wine Spectator

This has lots of steeped plum, warm cassis and mulled blackberry flavors that knit together while flashes of anise, sassafras and black tea swirl around. There's a great mineral underpinning on the finish, while the fruit keeps the upper hands. Best from 2022 through 2036. -JM