Local Home Delivery Included -Buy Now!

0

Your Cart is Empty

July 08, 2020

List of Wine Scores for Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc

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'.

 

 

 Sauvignon Blanc

.
Tasting Panel Magazine- 90 pts
.
.
.
.
.
Wine Enthusiast- 89 pts.

 2018 Pinot Noir

.
Tasting Panel Magazine- 90 pts
.
.
.
.
Wine Enthusiast- 89 pts
.
California State Fair- 95pts
.
Pinot Noir- Central Coast Pinot Noir, Russian River Valley, Monterey Pinot Noir
Ahhhh... you read the whole thing. Gosh.


Also in News

Dry Wine vs Sweet Wine: What you need to know
Dry Wine vs Sweet Wine: What you need to know

October 19, 2021

The topic of dry wine and/or sweet wine is very common in the wine business. We discuss:
  • Dry vs Sweet
  • Can dry wines be sweet?
  • Sugar in your average wine
  • Adding sugar to wine

 

Read More
90 points from Wine Spectator: 2020 Sauvignon Blanc! |
90 points from Wine Spectator: 2020 Sauvignon Blanc! | "8 Thrilling California Sauvignon Blancs Under $20"

September 07, 2021

We've gone big time! Where's our private jet!

Just kidding, we wouldn't do that to ya!

But will continue producing high quality, affordable wines that punch significantly above their weight. Once you are that dedicated to your craft, it's only a matter of time until people start to paying attention. 

This time the Wine Spectator Magazine has given us a 90 point score for our 2020 County Cuvee Sauvignon Blanc and featured us in an article titled "8 Thrilling California Sauvignon Blancs Under $20" 

Read More
Lucky Rock shines at 2021 International Canned Wine Competition
Lucky Rock shines at 2021 International Canned Wine Competition

August 18, 2021

It has been a rather eventful summer, especially for our new-release canned wines. Lots of retailers and restaurants hopped on the bandwagon, and now the “Snake Cans” are proudly displayed on shelves, in fridges and cold boxes across California, Kansas, Alabama, and Louisiana, with more states on the way.

Anyway, a few days ago we got the results from the 2021 International Canned Wine competition, and- once again- the results were great!

Read More