92pts James Suckling
Rose hips and red cherries abound here with a sappy edge, too. The palate has a bold, sweet-fruit core with plenty of succulent, fresh and layered tannin on offer. The plushness here is impressive, as is the direct serving of fruit flavor. Drink or hold.
91pts Wilfred Wong
The 2017 Migration Pinot Noir is a substantial wine with a slightly layered palate. This wine delivers from start to finish. Enjoy is generous aromas and flavors of dark berries and chalk with a crusted, rosemary/black pepper accented roast leg of lamb. (Tasted: November 25, 2019, San Francisco, CA)
90pts Wine Spectator
Well-framed flavors of raspberry tart, cherry and plum are supported by fine-grained tannins. Rose petal and hot stone notes combine for a sumptuous finish that lingers with a silky texture. Drink now through 2024.
Embodying the cool-climate essence of California’s famed Sonoma Coast this wine offers lovely texture and tension and generous fruit. On the palate, alluring layers of blackberry, raspberry, and cranberry mingle with hints of forest floor and subtle toasty oak, carrying the wine to a rich and polished finish.