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Moshin in the Media

The following are some of Moshin Vineyards' recent media mentions:

Star Listings: Exceptional Russian River Valley Pinot Noir
Ronn Weigand for Restaurant Wine—January-February 2019

2015 Moshin Vineyards Pinot Noir, Whole Cluster Fermented, Sonoma County:

"...a relatively light but structured wine that is delicately flavored (rose petal, cherry, strawberry, red currant, oak), balanced, and very long on the finish. Will develop further."

2015 Moshin Vineyards Pinot Noir, Estate, Russian River Valley:
"...a very fine wine: a supple, intensely flavored Pinot Noir, with good depth of fruit (cherry, plum, rose petal, red currant, blueberry, dried fig, light oak), fine balance, and a long finish. Excellent value. Can be aged."

2015 Moshin Vineyards Pinot Noir,  Rosalina Vineyard, Russian River Valley:
"...impressive: a supple, full bodied, medium rich Pinot Noir that is complex in flavor (plum, cherry, spicy oak, pepper, black tea), balanced, and lightly tannic on the finish. Very fine quality. Warrants further aging."

Moshin: Sonoma's Best-Kept Secret Celebrates 30 Years of Small-Lot, Handcrafted Wines
Venü Magazine—February 2019

2013 Brut Rosé Sparkling Wine:
"...crisp and elegant with a beautiful nose and flavors of red berries and rose petal."

16 Russian River Pinots That Will Set You Back but Deliver for the Cost
Michael Austin for the Chicago Tribune —April 19, 2017

2012 Moshin Vineyards Pinot Noir, Proprietor's Select, Russian River Valley:
"Cherry, orange zest and herbs backed up by zingy acidity"

A Lesson in Barrel Tasting with Moshin Vineyards

Melissa Vogt for RobertParker.com—March 21, 2017

"Winemaker Rick Moshin...knows a thing or two about Russian River Valley and those terroir-driven Burgundian varietals that grow so well in the appellation."
Summer Wine Picks for 2016
Ziggy the Wine Gal—June 15, 2016

2015 Moshin Vineyards Rosé of Pinot Noir, Russian River Valley:
"This succulent, sexy rosé has notes of juicy grapefruit, strawberry, watermelon and hibiscus."