This venerable winery, which has thirty years of history (long by California standards), has turned out a bevy of new releases.
The 2004 Pinot Noir Selleck Vineyard possesses a deep, dark garnet/ruby color in addition to dense, forest floor aromas reminiscent of a DRC Richebourg or Grand Echezeaux. Extraordinarily complex notes of truffles, berries, and damp forest are both enticing and profound. This full-bodied, rich, long, compelling Pinot Noir can be drunk now, but it will be even better with 2-4 years of bottle age. It should keep for 12-15 years. It is stunning stuff!
Score: 96 points -- Robert M. Parker Jr., RobertParker.com, Aug 2017