2013 Five Mountain

Crushed strawberries and Bing cherries on the nose, with hints of white pepper and vanilla bean. Opens to a densely layered and savory palate of ripe red pears, black currants and mouth-watering peach pie, the juicy palate finishes with lightly charred tannins evocative of cinnamon and cocoa powder.


90 Points in James Suckling

“A little tight with berry and light milk-chocolate character. Lacks a little intensity but a firm and polished wine. Outstanding…”
JamesSuckling.com (November 2, 2016)

Year's Best Pinot Noirs

San Francisco based Wine and Spirits Magazine tasted more than 1,140 Pinot Noirs in 2015. Of those, only 149 received a score high enough to make their Year’s Best U.S. Pinot Noirs…
Wine & Spirits (April, 2016)

92 Points in Wine & Spirits Magazine

“this savory red starts off dark and turfy. With air, a dark cherry core of flavor takes hold, lent focus and flavor by stony, mineral tannins…”
Wine & Spirits (February, 2016)

92 Points in Wine Enthusiast Magazine

“This is a solid, sharply defined, taut wine with a refined core of cherry fruit. The through-line is straight and true, finishing with a lick of citrus…”
Wine Enthusiast Magazine (February, 2016)