Reviews for other vintages
The Tasting Panel, Mar 2015
“Dry, mineral-rich and textural, the sun-ripened pear and golden honey/white floral tones soften any austerity in this light golden wine. White flowers tease the nose and seashell tannins coat the tongue, while tart apples clean the palate.”
Wine Enthusiast, Dec 2007
The fragrances of lemon blossoms and honeysuckle hit your nose as soon as you pop the cork on this seductive white wine. It's so flavorful, so long in fruit and exotic in spices, and finishes mercifully dry. Twenty percent of barrel fermentation adds the perfect touch of creaminess. Editors' Choice.
WineReviewOnline.com, Aug 2007
I didn't know what to expect from this wine. Would Pinot Grigio from the Russian River Valley taste tart and light, as the varietal often does in northern Italy, or rich and lush, as it sometimes does in northern California under its French moniker, Pinot Gris? Well, the answer turned out to be neither, or a bit of both. Like its Italian cousins, this wine is dry and crisp, but it also is fairly fleshy, and marked by ripe fruit flavors. Most important, it displays fine balance and a long, satisfying finish. Try it with hearty seafood dishes.
Arizona Republic, Jul 2007
This is one of the most fantabulous Pinot Grigios made in California. It is pricey, but I highly recommend it as a special treat.