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  • air guitar & pinot noir says:

    12/10/2020 6:27:00 AM - I have been a ROAR fan for a number of years. They provide a high quality wine at a reasonable price point on a consistent basis. I also love the fact they represent a great location and terroir in the wines they offer. I think you will find they are a worthy addition to your cellar. Appreciate your feedback and comments. Always enjoy good wine!

  • air guitar & pinot noir says:

    10/5/2020 4:10:00 PM - brouigu1, Thanks for your comment on my tasting note for the KP RRV. I agree that the KB wines are still excellent, it is just that any number of wines equally deliver at a lower price point. I am a huge fan of ROAR, WesMar, Drew, Fulcrum and Tyler. There was a time when KB was significantly superior and worth the price differential. I believe the playing field has evened out in terms of quality, whereas the price point has continued to escalate.

  • brouigu1 says:

    4/8/2015 8:57:00 AM - Woodinville is on my yearly stop as well. Washington has some interesting things happening. Those you mentioned as well as Mark Ryan, Gorman and Long Shadows seem to be doing well. Last year I was in the Hood River area and found some interesting Rhone style reds being produced. The journey is the fun. Cheers

  • Grinner says:

    4/7/2015 5:09:00 PM - Brouigu1, I see the resemblance in our cellars as well! You must have (or should) tasted wines in Woodinville, WA. Lots of Delille, Dusted Valley, Januik, and some others don't even make it into my CT "cellar" to post on, but still great. Cheers! Mark