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White - Sweet/Dessert
2019 Williams Selyem Gewürztraminer Late Harvest Vista Verde Vineyard San Benito County
7/3/2021 - Wine_Poobah Likes this wine:
92 points
Super ripe pear, peach, mango, lychee, roses, and perfume notes with a nice citrus backbone. Rose water and orange zest finish. Yummy but syrupy sweet — dessert in a glass. Expensive.
  • imbibe commented:

    3/10/22, 7:35 PM - yup

Red
2018 Bedrock Wine Co. Heritage Wine Enz Vineyard Lime Kiln Valley Red Blend
8/29/2021 - Mootsie Likes this wine:
95 points
I love this wine. Juicy acidity, smoky, violets, licorice, pepper, eucalyptus, dark fruits, but this wine is all about savoriness.
I heard the ‘19’s will be the last of Enz for Bedrock. Still have 2 more 18’s and some 19’s on the way. May sit on the rest for a bit.
  • imbibe commented:

    12/20/21, 7:30 PM - You nailed it

White
2010 Pahlmeyer Chardonnay Sonoma Coast
4/14/2020 - imbibe wrote:
Little to add to the last few notes other than it will not get better than it is right now, so drink em and enjoy em if ya got em. Definitely a beverage of pleasure.
  • imbibe commented:

    6/2/21, 7:54 PM - Just had the last one over a couple of nights and it was still singing. Would not wait if you have them.

Red
2011 Radio-Coteau Pinot Noir Savoy Vineyard Anderson Valley
3/28/2020 - Wine Warrior 1 wrote:
94 points
Still singing! If you have this wine, your going to be happy. Decant for 1 hour and enjoy a dusty colored pinot with a pretty nose that is very representative of the wine. Big fruit that tastes of light candied cherry, rhubarb, raspberry and spice. Very light body with huge flavor. Long, long, finish. This wine has years in front of it. Well made start finish.
  • imbibe commented:

    4/27/21, 5:13 AM - Spot on

Red
2016 Bedrock Wine Co. Syrah Weill a Way Vineyard Sonoma Valley
6/4/2020 - Nutty08 Likes this wine:
94 points
Deep dark purple color. Open from the get go. Meaty savory verve mixed with ripe purple fruit. White pepper mixed in. Really solid new world Syrah. Chewy tannins. In a youthful exuberance phase.
  • imbibe commented:

    6/11/20, 7:07 PM - Spot on!

Red
2004 Carlisle Syrah Dry Creek Valley
4/8/2017 - Matt Scott Likes this wine:
92 points
Vermouth, smoked beef, wet leather, white pepper and a little blue fruit. Peaking, this will not get any better. A medium-long finish and a lot of depth. More of an initial ripe style that has panned out nicely. Drink now.
  • imbibe commented:

    2/25/20, 5:54 PM - Still good in February 2020!

Red
2003 Carlisle Petite Sirah Dry Creek Valley
Disappointing showing. The nose was slightly musty and time and air did not help it. Dark fruit on the palate but just a bit faded; some spice notes. Tannins are nicely resolved, good acidity and balance. Short undistinguished finish. Nothing stands out here and the mustiness is off-putting. Perhaps it was better younger. Parker's review would have you believe that this would go out through 2035 -- nonsense. No score because of age, but it would be a 79 if I was posting a score for the record.
  • imbibe commented:

    1/12/20, 5:14 PM - Must have been an off bottle, mine was pristine.

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