Acclaim

The care that goes into creating every bottle of our wine is reflected in the passion of our collectors, and in the acclaim of our reviews.
2009 Estate Cabernet - 91 pts

Tasting Panel Magazine

"Smooth, juicy and fresh with tangy plum, black cherry and spice; velvety and balanced with notes of licorice and cinnamon; long and tangy, bright and stylish. 91 Pts"

Anthony Dias Blue, Tasting Panel Magazine See Wine >

"Dark ruby, almost opaque; classic ..."

Frederic Koeppel

"Dark ruby, almost opaque; classic notes of black currants and plums, hints of bay leaf and cedar, thyme and black olives; firm, solid structure built on spicy oak and graphite-like mineral qualities with clean acidity running underneath; intense and concentrated black and blue fruit flavors etched with lavender and bitter chocolate with touches of baking spice and new leather...Now through 2016 to 18. Excellent."

Frederic Koeppel, Bigger Than Your Head See Wine >

2012 Miller Ranch Sauvignon Blanc

Frederic Koeppel

"The Silverado Miller Ranch Sauvignon Blanc, Napa Valley, is always one of my favorite sauvignon blanc wines, and for 2012 that's right, the wine isn't even six months old it shows itself in fine fashion. The color is a very pale straw hue; snappy yet stylish aromas of grapefruit, lime peel and limestone, fig and tarragon, thyme, sage and bay tantalize the nose; a few minutes in the glass bring in notes of fresh-mown grass and gooseberry. The whole enterprise is lively and vibrant, energized by crisp, finely-etched acidity and scintillating, crystalline elements of flint and steel...After a few more moments, the Silverado Miller Ranch Sauvignon Blanc 2012 unfolds hints of tangerine and jasmine, pear and caramelized fennel, all of these qualities expressed with delicacy and finesse."

Frederic Koeppel, Bigger Than Your Head See Wine >

2010 Carneros Chardonnay - 90 points

Wine Enthusiast Magazine

"Smooth and rich, this has creamy flavors of buttered toast, golden mango. Key lime pie and honey. Balancing all the sweet richness is fine acidity and steely minerality. It's a bit dialed into the modern style, but there's no denying the opulent deliciousness of this Chardonnay." 90 Points

Steve Heimoff, The Wine Enthusiast See Wine >

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