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92 points

2019 Dutton-Goldfield Dutton Ranch Chardonnay

Wine Enthusiast, December 2021

“This wine is made from several outstanding sites, including Sullivan and Walker Hill. Tightly structured, it shows a hint of butterscotch and oak before the acidity shines through to further emphasize a brightness of Meyer lemon, oyster shell and pear.”

90 points

2019 Dutton-Goldfield Dutton Ranch Chardonnay

Wine Spectator, September 2021

“Ripe Fuji apple and pears flavors are well-knit, showing notes of buttered pastry. Ends with ripe acidity on the lively and well-spiced finish.”

98 points

2019 Bruno Giacosa Barbaresco Asili

James Suckling, James Suckling, April 2022

“Sweet and succulent aromas of tangerines, freshly cut ripe strawberries, cherries and flowers follow through to a full-bodied palate with sleek and dense tannins that run the length of the wine and then fan out into a dense, vivid finish of fruit. It’s chewy and seriously structured with finesse and energy. Silky texture.”

95-96 points

2019 Animo Heritage Sauvignon Blanc

James Suckling, James Suckling, February 2020

“This is very energetic with a creamy texture and a depth of fruit that is aided by a vertical line of acidity that takes you down. Steely and rich and the same time.”

93 Points

2016 Animo Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

James Suckling, James Suckling, May 2019

“Although this is a dense and ripe Napa cabernet, there are hints of fresh herbs and blood oranges that lift the ripe blackberry, plum and citrus aromas. On the palate, the bitter-chocolate character is more discreet than in many modern-style wines and nicely sets off the generous fruit and supple tannins. The long, fresh finish is supported by restrained tannins. Drink or hold.”

92 Points

2018 Animo Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

James Molesworth, Wine Spectator, February 2022

“A rich, plush style, with a wave of cassis, plum reduction, melted black licorice and smoldering tobacco notes that move in unison from start to finish, ending with a late tug of singed cedar. Drink now through 2032.”

91 points

2020 Luke Columbia Valley Chardonnay

Wine Enthusiast, March 2022

Editor's Choice. Fruit for this wine comes from Evergreen Vineyard. The aromas offer notes of apple, pear, talc, corn husk and French pastry. The palate brings volume and weight while still remaining fleet of foot. It sails on the finish.”

90 points

2019 Luke Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

Tim Fish, Wine Spectator, February 2022

“A zesty, well-built red, with straightforward blackberry, savory herb and pepper flavors that finish with medium-grained tannins. Drink now through 2028.”

92 points

2019 Luke Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

Wine Enthusiast, March 2022

Editor's Choice. Mostly old block Weinbau Vineyard fruit, this is immediately identifiable as Cabernet Sauvignon, with aromas of black currant, pink peppercorn and herb, with spice notes in the background. On the palate it's a big, bold wine, with a punch of dark fruit. The tannins give a light squeeze.”

92 points

2019 Luke Columbia Valley Merlot

Wine Enthusiast, March 2022

Editor's Choice. Weinbau fruit makes up the backbone of this wine. The aromas pull you into the glass, with notes of blue plum, raspberry, vanilla, graphite and coffee. The palate is full feeling, with lush fruit flavors and sneaky structure behind them. There's a pleasing lick of acidity that ups the interest. It's a big mouthful of a wine that overdelivers. Decant to see it at its best”

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