From Acrobat Chardonnay to Silverado Vineyards Merlot our wines are gaining top scores.
With Thanksgiving preparations underway for many homes, we wanted to draw your attention to the Foley family wines in our portfolio that are catching the attention of the world’s top critics. Any of these would make excellent additions to your holiday feast.
Scroll below to see some of the recent praise our wines have garnered, along with a buy button if available, or where to find these wines near you.
90 Points, Wine Enthusiast:
#46 TOP 100 BEST BUY 2022
“This is an exciting new release from a challenging vintage. It’s sharp and crisp, packed with white peach and apple fruit backed by vivid acidity. Fresh and inviting, it’s a perfect cold weather aperitif and may well be your go-to white come spring.” – PAUL GREGUTT
91 Points, Wine Spectator:
“Features honeysuckle, beeswax and marmalade notes that are rich and aromatic, with Fuji apple, peach, lemon meringue and a whiff of smoke. This has a fresh, crisp acidity that keeps the flavors youthful and juicy. Drink now. 6,992 cases made.” – MaryAnn Worobiec
92 Points, Wine Spectator:
“Presents pear drop, Fuji apple, ripe Bartlett pear and lemon blossom details that are elegant and restrained, but they weave in and out on a light, fresh frame that’s quite impressive. Gains a savory element, thanks to a touch of toasted sesame seed. Drink now. 98,000 cases made.”- MaryAnn Worobiec
92 Points, Wine & Spirits:
91 Points, Wine Enthusiast:
Rich and round, opening with aromas of apricot, mango, Meyer lemon, vanilla and toasted marshmallow. The palate shows incredible depth with a full mouthfeel and layers of flavor. Peach cobbler, citrus, orange blossom, and butterscotch finish with lingering notes of toasted hazelnut.
2020 Chalone Estate Reserve Chardonnay, Chalone AVA
92 Points, Wine Enthusiast
“”A purity of lemon zest kicks off the nose to this bottling, followed by undertones of crushed chalk and tanwood. A toastier woody element on the palate backdrops the nectarine core.”– M.K.
92 Points, Wine Enthusiast:
“There’s an earthy streak to the nose of this bottling, with smoked pine needles, iodine and wild-currant aromas. The palate picks up an umami angle, offering savory nori, seared beef, more iodine and dried cherry flavors.” – Matt Kettmann
90 Points, Wine Spectator:
“A fresh, savory-edged version, with copious herb and pepper accents throughout, which mix well with the core of bitter cherry and raspberry fruit. Friendly, open finish. Drink now through 2024. 5,026 cases made” – James Molesworth
2019 The Four Graces Valleyview Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley
92 Points, Wine Spectator
“Distinctive and savory, with keenly structured cherry and pomegranate flavors laced with forest floor and black tea. Finishes with medium-grained tannins. Drink now through 2030. 389 cases made.” – Tim Fish
93 Points, Wine & Spirits
93 Points, James Suckling
“Aromas of pine, plum and redcurrant. Medium-bodied with fresh, mineral character and silky tannins. Bright and cool on the palate. Balanced and juicy. So approachable and delicious that its hard to put down. Drink now.” – JS