Neal Martin, writing for Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate, gave our 2014 Five Mountain Pinot Noir 93 points:

“a very well-defined bouquet with real mineralité coming through. This is extremely well-focused. The palate is medium-bodied with crisp acidity, real tension and vigor with fine tannin, dark cherry and red plum fruit leading to a nicely poised, Volnay-like finish that is pure class. This comes highly recommended.”

This review posted in issue 225 of the guide and also at erobertparker.com

Neal Martin, writing for Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate, gave our 2014 Goodrich Pinot Noir 92 points:

“a blackberry and briary scented bouquet with subtle earthy tones, nicely defined but tightly coiled at the moment. The palate is medium-bodied with soft and supple texture and it is difficult to discern the whole cluster fruit, that is to say there is hardly any stemminess in this wine. Instead, there is plenty of spice toward the finish with black pepper and clove notes infusing the black fruit. This delivers style and class and (of course) it comes recommended.”

 

Neal Martin, writing for Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate, gave our 2014 Estate Riesling 90 points:

“a punchy, vibrant and slightly oily bouquet that expresses the grape variety with some style, probably due to vine age. The palate is well-balanced with good body, a little resinous in texture with a hint of lemongrass and pithy fruit toward the finish. This displays fine Riesling character and comes recommended.”