December 2008 | 92 points
“Certainly his gorgeous 2006 Pinot Noir Savoy Vineyard is one of the stars of that vintage. Boysenberry, blueberry, spring flowers, and crushed rock are followed by a wine with sweetness of tannin, medium to full body, layers of concentrated fruit, and no hard edges. The acid gives uplift and more aromatic penetration, and the tannins provide a certain framework but are sweet, and the overall impression is Pinot Noir of tremendous purity. It should be drunk in the first 5-8 years of life.”–Robert M. Parker, Jr.