“Apple cider and white peach, blossom and tangerine aromas on the nose…”

“The Adler Fels Chard won’t bowl you over with gobs of oak and overcooked fruit. Rather, it’s elegant and balanced with a wide range of flavors and aromas…”


“These are two of the best wine values I’ve come across in the past three years. For sheer “Bang For Buck“, these are two of the best wines from the US that I’ve found yet….Chardonnay 94 points, Pinot Noir 96 points.” – The Pour Fool

“On the palate, I discovered a balanced profile with medium acidity, integrated tannins, and subtle notes of maple syrup, cherries, and pepper. The finish was rich and lingering – just what you need to relax and reflect upon the day.”

“It features notes of black olives, earth, cedar, cherries, licorice and smoke, with a hint of caramel, vanilla and spices…” – Write For Wine

“Ripe cherry, crushed violets and a hint of something savory on the nose, maybe with a touch of minerality and loads of sweet berry spice… Pleasant and nicely balanced.”

“On the lighter side of Pinot (which is fine by me), there is a lovely tartness and just the slightest grip at the back-end…it might be one of the best sub-$30 Pinots I have tried in a while.”
“While certainly full-bodied and rich, it is far from over-bearing: tropical notes with subtle oak accents, this tastes like a Chard closer to twice its price.” – The Drunken Cyclist