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Today, the winemaking torch has been passed into the skillful hands of a carefully selected team headed by Executive Winemaker, Bob Cabral. They share a passion that requires a strong but intuitive approach, given the capricious nature of the varietal. These artisans respect and employ the original handcrafted approach to winemaking that has made Williams Selyem wines so sought after today. The winery carefully executes the Williams Selyem philosophy of "respecting the juice." From fermentation to bottling, including the no pumping and filter-free methods, the winemakers use these processes to ensure that the quality of the wine is not compromised. Fortunately, they seem to have none of the typical pressures that many wineries do today and are therefore able to focus strictly on quality. This almost ceremonial approach to creating these wines can be tasted in every bottle. Bob says there's no other place he'd rather be making wine than in the Russian River Valley. Much like the philosophy of Burt Read more »

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Williams-Selyem on Snooth

  • Any more bottles of the '93 Williams Selyem Cohn lying around in your neighborhood, Brian? Condition of that bottle looks pristine, too, as far as we can see it, anyway.And how many times have we seen comments on these boards (and on others) about PN not lasting past a decade...?The Fourrier GC VV may have been open breathing longer in OT's case... Read More

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  • Nuthin' wrong with ugly corks as long as they still seal. This Williams-Selyem at 22 years young was stellar despite the ugly cork. Read More

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  • Fun evening tonight with friends, some old some new, great food and some stellar and others not so stellar wines. I even ventured outside Sonoma just for you Al.Started with bubbles.Bubbles done right. This was a very enjoyable starter. New ultra-hip label. Left me kind of torn. The Gimonnet was in a different league. This reminded me of the Und... Read More

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  • Does anybody else feel that the Williams Selyem Vin gris de Pinot Noir is the world´s most recognizable bottle? Read More

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  • I've heard good things about Cobb, they used to sell fruit to Williams Selyem, maybe still do though the pricing seems to be $60+ for their good stuff. I have a 2010 that I think I'll open when Foxall comes to visit. Read More

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  • PBoss, excellent write up! So glad you and the family had such a good time in ... to Dutcher's Crossing or Williams Selyem so now we have some new entries on the to do list.I'm trying to convince L we need to get back out there for the Scherrer open house in November, all depends on how much vacation time we have left.  Do you think you might ... Read More

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  • I agree about Lodi, NG. Never have been a J fan, though, even from back in the '80s when it wasn't a separate operation. Nor do Iron Horse wines float my boat they way they do for some. Great writeup, PBoss! Thanks for sharing. How many bottles did you end up carrying or shipping home?I agree with you on Scherrer and Ridge, and several others. H... Read More

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  • After graduating from medical school and before beginning indentured service as a resident physician, my wife and I decided we should make a trip out to California wine country and Yosemite. So, a week after moving to my new residency location, we pawned off the two year old on the grandparents and headed for the hills of California.We arrived i... Read More

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  • Perhaps we could use a place to share recent purchases...Here are some '12 Burlotto Langhe Nebbiolo, which came highly recommended from a trusted friend who just got back from a month in Italy. I'm not seeing many available in the States quite yet, but was happy to find these locally. Read More

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  • Emark's recommendations are spot-on, esp because you are outside the Zin Belt.  Those are all good places to start.  I'd even say he has them in pretty good order of quality, although you could argue about Seghesio and Ravenswood only because Ravenswood has a broad range of bottlings.  But what you will find in the stores--like the Vintners Blen... Read More

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