Posts tagged: Wolf Family Vineyards

A Wolf with a gentle heart

Since 1997, Jane and Doug Wolf have been stewards of the historic Inglewood Estate which is located at the base of the Mayacamas Range in the St. Helena appellation. The 30 acre property hosts just 6.75 acres planted to meticulously tended vines nurtured into wine of uncompromising quality. Karen Culler, winemaker, has led the wine […]

The “Wolf” outsmarts the big guys!

In a recent blind tasting, the 2009 Wolf Phaedrus outsmarted a line-up that was priced 2 to 4 times higher than this little “animal” – We compared Opus One, Dominus (97 Pt Parker), Carte Blanche, Seavey (94 Pt Parker), David Arthur, Anderson Conn Valley (95 Pt Parker), Cimarossa Riva di Levante (96 Pt Parker), Crocker […]

Small (girl) winery beats up the Big Boys wineries!

Karen Culler has been around for some time now, and her portfolio has been very impressive. Although I think the last blind tasting I conducted might have just elevated her status some more. The Who’s Who of Napa Valley wineries was represented at this tasting. We tasted blind and guessed the price of each wine! […]

The Wolf is a Nice Guy After All!

Karen Culler has crafted yet again two amazing wines from this stunning estate. I taste a good 2000 wines each year, and both of these ended up on my Top ten list for 2010! The production of both these puppies is very limited, so I highly recommend that you jump on this offer now. Wolf […]