In the Press


The What and Why of Orange Wines Eric Asimov, NY Times, December 2021

The Polarizing Power of Orange Wine Eric Asimov, NY Times, May 2020

I’ve pretty much loved every one – Eric Asimov, New York Times “wines from Rhônish / Mediterranean grapes made with a light touch and great finesse”


The coronavirus wine diaries, volume 2 Esther Mobley, San Francisco Chronicle: 2019 Vermentino  ‘a great choice for many sunny slices of California. This wine is evidence: lemony, waxy and very refreshing, showing grapefruit pith and pine-resin flavors.’

The uniquely ethereal Cinsaults of Lodi’s Bechthold Vineyard Esther Mobley, San Francisco Chronicle: 2017 Cinsault “Exuberant and pure, it finishes with the impression of dusty strawberry.”

Rhône-Style Rockstars” Esther Mobley, San Francisco Chronicle

California wine’s new paradigm: Bright, juicy, translucent reds” Esther Mobley, San Francisco Chronicle: 2016 Carignan “sings with bright, crushed cranberries and a hint of baby powder.“

Sonoma Syrah Specialist” Esther Mobley, San Francisco Chronicle

Named one of the “52 Top Wineries to Visit in 2018” Esther Mobley, San Francisco Chronicle


2022 Trousseau Gris named among top 3 Trousseau Gris and deemed “Very Tasty”


Two Shepherds has become a darling of natural wine fans” David McIntyre, Washington Post

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Two Canned Wines That Are Worth a Damn, Alder Yarrow, Vinography, August 2020

Picpoul makes a splash in America, May 2023 2022 Picpoul, 93 points


These Canned Wines are Perfect for your next summer party. Natty Pets & Bucking Luna included among 11 top canned wines!



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