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  • 2015 Liquid Farm Chardonnay Four – USA, California, Central Coast, Sta. Rita Hills (4/11/2021)
    WIML93

    Tasted non blind. Opened and served immediately. Followed over about 90 minutes.

    Light yellow to yellow color in the glass, clear looking throughout. Nose of talc, lemon wax, yellow pear and nutmeg. Flavors of lemon zest, creme fraiche and tart apple. Medium to bright acidity, full bodied. Drink or hold. (93 points)

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  • 2015 Liquid Farm Chardonnay White Hill – USA, California, Central Coast, Sta. Rita Hills (2/2/2021)
    WIML92

    Tasted non blind.

    Light yellow color in the glass, clear looking throughout. Nose of quince, apricot, nutmeg and yellow pear. Flavors of yellow apple, yellow pears and lemon. Medium to bright acidity, full bodied. Drink or hold. (92 points)

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  • 2014 Liquid Farm Chardonnay Golden Slope – USA, California, Central Coast, Sta. Rita Hills (12/1/2020)
    WIML93

    Tasted non blind. Opened and served immediately. Followed over about three hours.

    Light yellow to yellow color in the glass, clear looking throughout. Nose of lemon, Paraffin, quince and flowers. Flavors of cherry, lemon, peach and minerals. Medium to bright acidity, full bodied. Drink or hold. (93 points)

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  • 2016 Liquid Farm Chardonnay White Hill – USA, California, Central Coast, Sta. Rita Hills (7/1/2020)
    WIML93

    Tasted non blind. Opened and served immediately. Followed over about 2-3 hours.

    Yellow color in the glass, clear looking throughout. Nose of talc, flowers and brandy soaked pears. Flavors of peach, quince, apricot and lime. Medium acidity, full bodied. Drink or hold. (93 points)

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  • 2015 Decroux Pinot Noir Radian Vineyard – USA, California, Central Coast, Sta. Rita Hills (2/22/2020)
    WIML91

    Tasted non blind.

    Garnet color in the glass, clear looking throughout. Nose of thistle, birch, black cherries and black berries. Flavors of red raspberries, red cherries and strawberries. Medium to tart acidity, medium tannin, full bodied. Drink over the short term. (91 points)

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  • 2016 Walt Pinot Noir Clos Pepe – USA, California, Central Coast, Sta. Rita Hills (12/4/2019)
    WIML92

    Tasted non blind.

    Dark garnet color in the glass, clear looking throughout. Nose of thatch, boysenberry and black cherry. Flavors of black boysenberries, black cherries and black berries. Medium acidity, medium tannin, full bodied. Drink or hold. (92 points)

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  • 2013 Liquid Farm Chardonnay Four – USA, California, Central Coast, Sta. Rita Hills (10/18/2019)
    WIML93

    Tasted non blind.

    Light yellow color in the glass, clear looking throughout. Nose of clove, persimmon and tangerine. Flavors of tangerine, kumquat and a hint of cream. Medium acidity, full bodied. Drink or hold. (93 points)

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  • 2011 Liquid Farm Chardonnay Four – USA, California, Central Coast, Sta. Rita Hills (10/18/2019)
    WIML93

    Tasted non blind.

    Light yellow color in the glass, clear looking throughout. Nose of citrus, grapefruit and a hint of camphor. Flavors of peach, tangerine, persimmon and grapefruit. Medium acidity, medium to full bodied. Drink or hold. (93 points)

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  • 2012 Flying Goat Cellars Pinot Noir Rancho Santa Rosa Vineyard – USA, California, Central Coast, Sta. Rita Hills (10/5/2018)
    WIML90

    Tasted non blind. Opened and served immediately. Followed over about one hour.

    Dark garnet color in the glass, clear looking throughout. Nose of Briar patch, black berries, black cherries and black raspberries. Flavors of black cherries, black berries and black raspberries. Medium acidity, medium tannin, medium to full bodied. Drink over the short term. (90 points)

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