Press & Trade


Sonoma: Looking at the 2019s

Jeb Dunnuck

“This is another magical Chardonnay from the team that does everything right.”

Sonoma: 2021 New Releases

Vinous: Antonio Galloni

“The 2019 Pinot Noir Day One is the standout among these 2019 Pinots from Senses Wines. The aromatics alone are captivating. Rose petal, blood orange, mint, star anise and sweet red berry fruit literally soar out of the glass. The balance of fruit, aromatics and structure is beguiling. This is impressive.”

Wines of the West Sonoma Coast Vintners

Jeb Dunnuck

99 points. The 2018 Chardonnay B.A. Thieriot comes from a great vineyard located far out on the Sonoma Coast and was aged 14 months in 25-40% new French oak. It offers a more marine-influenced bouquet, with lots of salty minerality as well as notes of sliced green apple, white peach, toasted almonds, and toasted bread. Made in a more steely, racy style, it still has gorgeous concentration, flawless balance, and a great finish. This is a serious Chardonnay. Give bottles another year or two, and it’s going to evolve for a decade.”

Three Childhood Friends Rock Sonoma Coast Wines


“Nine years ago, when they were 22 years old, three childhood friends from the town Occidental in Sonoma County, California, decided to produce wine. Today, their business is booming, while the wait list for their vintages grows.”

USA, California, Sonoma: 2017 Vintage Part 1 – The Great Divide

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

“2017 does offer some wonderful success stories. Producers at the top of their game—Williams Selyem, Arista, Martinelli, Cobb, Dutton, Ferren, Ramey, Hirsch, Senses Wines, Saxon Brown and others—have produced some gorgeous wines.”

Senses Wines reviewed by Lisa Perrotti-Brown

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, April 2018 Issue

Senses Wines

The Prince of Pinot

California Wine Advisors

Senses Wines Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast 2012

Wines way out west

The Press Democrat