Rhys Vineyards Horseshoe Vineyard Pinot Noir 2008

Ratings on Delectable

Bradley Brown Delectable Pro

Owner/Winemaker Big Basin Vineyards

Opens up with 2-3 hrs air. Racy, deep fruit, very young still. Not much body

Opens up with 2-3 hrs air. Racy, deep fruit, very young still. Not much body

Diane Kessler

This has aged beautifully. Musky, earthy, anise, layered with dark fruit.

This has aged beautifully. Musky, earthy, anise, layered with dark fruit.

9.1

Steve Haro

A burgundy clone. Amazing.

A burgundy clone. Amazing.

9.5

Manny Abascal

I know it is unfair to call a California wine "Burgundian," but what is special about this wine is the complex secondary aromas and flavors that are emerging now and have a ways to go. Musky, red fruit, cherries, earth, some meat, balance, silky, velvety texture and long finish. This has many years ahead of it. Big and muscular now.

I know it is unfair to call a California wine "Burgundian," but what is special about this wine is the complex secondary aromas and flavors that are emerging now and have a ways to go. Musky, red fruit, cherries, earth, some meat, balance, silky, velvety texture and long finish. This has many years ahead of it. Big and muscular now.

9.4

Diane Kessler

Superlative

Superlative

9.2

Steven Comfort

12.8% alcohol -- wonderfully high acids launch the dark cherry fruit. This wine is proof that great wines are made in every vintage.

12.8% alcohol -- wonderfully high acids launch the dark cherry fruit. This wine is proof that great wines are made in every vintage.

9.4

Cody Short Delectable Pro

Needs time but good potential. Give it several hours of air if you are drinking soon.

Needs time but good potential. Give it several hours of air if you are drinking soon.

9.0

Scott Lancaster

Still needs time

Still needs time

9.2

Larry Halff

Byob

Byob

7.8

Location

  • 148 Chambers Street
    New York, NY 10007

  • Hours:
    Monday-Saturday: 10am-9pm
    Sunday: 12pm-7pm

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