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The Mercury News: 50+ special wine tastings, events to try this fall in Napa, Sonoma, Livermore 

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The SF Chronicle: Severe drought is forcing one of Sonoma's best Syrah vineyards to make no wine

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Press Democrat, Peg Melnik 2019 La Cruz Vineyard

 ...4 stars. An aromatic chardonnay with notes of green apple, stone fruit and caramel that follow through to the palate. Buoyed by bright acidity. Nice length. Pretty.

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Pix Wine: Sonoma Wines That Pay Homage to the Rhône

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Have some time in the car? Please enjoy Ana's interveiw with Elizabeth Schneider, of Wine for Normal People. Click here 

 

2016 Keller Estate " Rotie" Chardonnay, Robert Parker 94 points.

...it begins silky in the mouth, slowly opening to dark fruits. It's framed by elegantly grainy tannins and great juiciness, finishing very long and flavorful. Give this another few years in bottle.

 

2017 Keller Estate "El Coro" Pinot Noir, Robert Parker 94 points.

Medium ruby color and an open nose with granite, pipe tobacco, citrus peel, tree bark and warm dusty earth over a core of bright red berries, warm strawberry, raspberries and blackberries, with a light framing of spice and floral character. Light to medium-bodied, silky and elegant, it offers lovely spiciness woven with a mesh of very fine, grainy tannins and great freshness, finishing long.

 

2017 Keller Estate "Precioso" Pinot Noir, Robert Parker 95 points.

.. a beautiful, savory nose with toasted coconut, cured meats, roasted blackberries, spiced cranberry sauce, tree bark, warm dusty earth and crushed stone with warm red berry fruit and an undercurrent of spices and flowers. Light to medium-bodied, it offers intense flavor layers with a fine mesh of grainy tannins and great freshness, finishing very long and layered. This is approachable now, but I’d drink it over the next 5-7 years.