Wine Spectator, 95 points: Extravagant, yet balanced and refined, with lush, crisp brioche, fresh ginger
and spice, roasted hazelnut and Asian pear flavors that fan out on the
lengthy finish. Drink now through 2020. From California.—T.F
Wine Enthusiast, 91 points: This is a full-bodied, ripe and mouthfilling wine that offers generous black-plum and black-cherry flavors, a smooth texture and a lingering finish. The aroma is nicely spiced in new oak accents that meld well with the...
Wine Spectator, 92 points: A luxurious sparkler, with toasty brioche, mineral and lemon
brûlée aromas and rich, complex flavors of crisp apple and
raspberry, showing accents of fresh ginger and spice. Drink now
through 2017. — T.F.
Wine Spectator, 93 points: Seamless and silky, showing an almost effortless sense of complexity, with notes of lemon and pear paired with toasty brioche,
fresh ginger and hazelnut details. Drink now. — T.F.
Antonio Galloni's Vinous, 92 points: The 2014 Pinot Noir Suitcase 828 Anderson Valley is direct, focused and wonderfully nuanced throughout. Immediate in its fruit imprint yet also impeccably delineated and aromatically expressive, the 828 is complete and...
Wine Enthusiast, 94 points: Cellar Selection. Rich, but also subtle, this full-bodied wine smells like wood smoke, baking spices, ripe plums and red cherries, then brings mulled cherry and cinnamon flavors on a broad, velvety texture. It offers...
Wine Enthusiast, 91 points: Substantial and smoky, this full-bodied wine has a vivid oak component. Wood smoke and toasted-bread aromas meet ripe black-cherry flavors on the palate, plus clove and cinnamon on the finish. It's delicious in a bold...
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