Posts tagged: Boheme

Explosive 6 Barrel Pinot Noir

Bohème was originally chosen for its geographical reference to the Bohemian Highway that runs through the town of Occidental, on the Sonoma Coast.  The road’s name arose in the late 1800s when San Francisco’s Bohemian Club followed this summertime route to a grove in the redwoods.  In 2000 Chuck Wagner (owner of Caymus) asked Kurt […]

Tuesday April 16th, 2019 in , , , , , , | Comments Off on Explosive 6 Barrel Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir of the Month

  Winemaker, Kurt Beitler, is a genius winemaker, meticulous farmer, and passionate believer in creating wines that express their depth and complexity with minimal intervention. Kurt grew up around Caymus, being mentored by his uncle, Chuck Wagner, and has unending amounts of passion.  He farms his own vineyards and does everything possible in the vineyard […]

Monday July 25th, 2016 in , , , , , | Comments Off on Pinot Noir of the Month

Boheme Chardonnay stuns in blind tasting

In a recent blind tasting with my tasting panel Boheme “Taylor Ridge” came in a full horse length over some heavy weight wineries such as Pahlmeyer, DuMol, Kongsgaard, Hanzell, Hudson, Rochiolli, Martinelli and Flowers.  What was even more amazing was the fact that it was also the least expensive wine in the group! Boheme 2009 […]

Monday November 5th, 2012 in , , , , , , | Comments Off on Boheme Chardonnay stuns in blind tasting