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91 points Vinous: "The 2011 Rompecabezas comes across as a bit floral and fleeting in this vintage. The distinct floral and savory notes are there, but I see less concentration and depth overall relative to the best years. My sense is that the 2011 is a wine to drink sooner rather than later given its medium-bodied structure. (AG)" (11/2013) 91 points Wine Spectator: "Dense, rich and meaty, offering a muscular core of crushed rock, dried dark berry, black licorice and cigar box notes. This is drying on the finish, with tannins giving the flavors tract...
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90 points Vinous: "The 2020 Zinfandel Deaver Ranch is a new wine in this range made from a site that used to go into the Old Vine Zinfandel. It offers an attractive mix of aromatics and mid-weight structure. Dark red/purplish fruit, sage, lavender, mint, cedar and sweet pipe tobacco are nicely layered in this decidedly burly, rustic Zinfandel. (AG) " (01/2022)
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90 points Vinous: "The 2020 Zinfandel Sadie Upton Vineyard is another attractive Amador wine from Turley. Sweet red cherry, mint, cedar, white pepper and anise give the Sadie good aromatic presence, but there is a nervousness in the tannin that I think will always be part of the wine's DNA. Ultimately, this lacks a little depth. (AG) " (01/2022)
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Robert Parker writes: "Working from such less prestigious appellations in Amador County as Sierra Foothills and the Shenandoah Valley, Terre Rouge has emerged as one of the stars of the region. Their wines continue to go from strength to strength, and are annual entries as my picks of some of the better Rhone Ranger offerings in the marketplace. Moreover, except for their flagship cuvee, the Syrah Ascent, prices are very fair. For starters, they have fashioned two very good dry whites. These are all impressive efforts that admirably demonstrate the poten...
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90-92 points Vinous: "The 2021 Zinfandel Deaver Ranch is an attractive, mid-weight wine. Floral and savory accents lift a core of bright, red-fleshed fruit, with bright acids and driving tannins that add both presence and character. (AG)" (01/2023) 91 points Wine Advocate: "The 2021 Zinfandel Deaver Ranch has a medium garnet color and some rubbery tones that dissipate to sour cherries, dried leaves and earth on the nose. The light-bodied palate is soft and juicy with pleasantly peachy fruit and a long, spicy finish. It's a delicate, easy-to-drink style...
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98 points Wine Enthusiast: "Intricate, subtle oak spices complement deep, rich and opulent fruit flavors in this big, full-bodied but completely agile wine sourced from sites near or above 3,000 feet. A panoply of cedar, graphite, earth and mineral accents enhance luxurious black cherry and dark chocolate while a velvety wrapping of fine-grained tannins caresses the palate. Best from 2024. *Cellar Selection*"
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96 points Wine Enthusiast: "Superb polish and almost surreal fruit concentration mark this extraordinary wine as a great one. It is drenched in blackberry, blueberry and dark-chocolate flavors, wrapped in velvety tannins and so deep and layered that the flavors linger for minutes on the finish. Best from 2026–2036."
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94 points Wine & Spirits: "Bill Easton planted this syrah at his home ranch in Fiddletown in 1999, most of it on its own roots. He farms the steep slopes in what he describes as a “holistic” manner, using organic compost and makes it without any additions. The soils are slate, schist and quartz, and the longer this wine spends with air, the more it seems to deliver on the reductive stress those poor soils generated during fermentation, a character in the tannins that’s easy to interpret as broken rock. Those tannins give varied angles and perspectives on...
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90-93 points Vinous: "The 2017 Zinfandel Judge Bell Vineyard comes across as very ripe in this vintage. Deceptive in its mid-weight feel, the 2017 packs a real punch. Sweet red cherry, rose petal and mint are all vivid in the glass. Bright acidity and persistent tannins give the wine much of its distinctive personality. The elements haven't fully come together, but there is certainly a lot to look forward to. (AG) " (10/2018) 92 points Wine Advocate: "From vines averaging 80 years old, the 2017 Zinfandel Judge Bell has a medium to deep ruby-purple col...
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Winemaker Bertus van Zyl, a native of South Africa, is a rising star in California's Napa Valley. By day he makes wine at a popular Calistoga wine brand, and on the weekend, he and wife Allie nurture their small wine brand called Belong. Sourcing fruit from El Dorado County allows him to show a lithe and bright side of Mourvèdre. This wine reveals deep flavors of red plum, tart cherry, blackberry and earth wrapped in a raw silk texture. It's perfect with meaty cuisine, from biltong to burgers to quesabirria tacos.
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