As you may know, we tend to pretend we don't care when we get a good review (but secretly we do). Most recently, the illustrious Michael Chelus, at Nittany Epicurean, took some time to taste our 2019 Sonoma County Sauvignon Blanc. Read More
With the Chino Noir Mezcal Wine Cocktail you get fresh and earthy deliciousness.
Once it is combined with some fresh ingredients and topped with the smoothness and richness of the Lucky Rock Pinot Noir, it takes on a new life as your perfect nightcap. If this drink doesn’t make you “howl at the moon”, La Luna style we don’t know what will.
We where wondering how to best show our list of scores and accolades over the last year and a half without bragging- so we will just plop a list down below and say: Our Pinot is really damn good and at 30% less than its competitors- Just wait until you taste the 2019 Lucky Rock Pinot Noir... really. Our 2019 Sauvignon Blanc is just as good, and even better than the prior vintage.
Anyway, we are just going to leave this here... have a look... just sayin'.
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We just received another 90pt score from Anthony Dias Blue of Tasting Panel and Blue Lifestyle. Millions of people will now know who Lucky Rock is... and probably still won't care. We're cool with it. Read More
People would rather find a wine they love and share it with the people in there lives. Wine drinkers trust their tribe and the 'word of mouth' they hear if from. People want an experience and to crack open that wine, remember the friends they heard it from and the great time they had while drinking it! Read More
In this 47th episode of the Rock'n Vino podcast, Jesse discusses how Lucky Rock Wine Co. came to be, where it is going and why they do what they do... Read More
As a kid the 4th of July was the apex of summer: no school, blowing up firecrackers, BBQ and friends, FREEDOM. Somewhere around our mid 20s it lost a little luster because life gets complicated with work and babies and dull adult stuff. But... Read More
Aromatically popping with lemon, ruby red grapefruit, kiwi, and notes of lemongrass, magnolia and mint. Medium-bodied, fresh and zippy on the palate but some nice creaminess. A fresh fruit salad of green melon, ruby red grapefruit, peaches and lime, accented with notes of mint, wildflowers and clover. Read More
...The wine bounces between these two worlds, eventually coming to rest on a surprisingly serious note, though its fruity core lingers. A great value given the quality in the bottle. Read More