2009 Breggo Pinot Noir Anderson Valley
“Pure, ripe, vivid and structured, this is full-bodied, with a mix of mineral, loamy earth, currant, dried berry, sage and cedar flavors. Very tightly wound, finishing with a wild berry aftertaste. Drink now through 2018.” – 92 points, Wine Spectator

2009 Breggo Pinot Noir Ferrington Vineyard
“Fresh, vibrant and concentrated, with snappy touches of blackberry and wild berry jam. This is medium- to full-bodied, turning delicate while retaining a complex, persistent, fruity aftertaste.” – 91 pointsWine Spectator

“Vivid red. High-pitched aromas of wild strawberry and raspberry, with suave floral and spicecake nuances and a hint of anise. Sappy and expansive on the palate, offering red berry flavors and a deeper note of blackberry on the back half. Gains a spicy character with aeration and finishes with excellent clarity and cut. This wine will age well on its balance.” – 93 PointsInternational Wine Cellar

2009 Breggo Pinot Noir Donnelly Creek Vineyard
“Aromas of blueberry and blackberry are ripe and rich, touching on jam. Full-bodied, deep and complex, with spice, dried herb, sage, underbrush and loamy earth character, ending with a tight, complex mix of savory flavors.” – 93 points, Wine Spectator

“Deep ruby-red. Powerful aromas of dark berries, cherry-cola and mulberry, with a sexy floral overtone. Fleshy red and dark berry preserve flavors are framed by silky tannins and given focus and lift by a zesty mineral quality. The finish repeats the deep red fruit and mineral notes and hangs on with excellent tenacity. A distinctly rich, weighty style of pinot but it sure doesn’t lack for vitality.” – 92 points, International Wine Cellar

2009 Breggo Chardonnay Savoy Vineyard
“Bright yellow. Vivid, high-pitched aromas of candied lemon, lime zest, pear and white flowers, with intense mineral and spice notes adding complexity. Taut and nervy on entry, then fleshier in the middle, offering juicy orchard fruit and melon flavors and an undertone of smoky lees. Closes on a spicy, mineral-driven note, with excellent clarity and sappiness. Quite powerful but this wine is also very lively.” – 92 points, International Wine Cellar

2008 American Wine Awards – Best New Winery – Food & Wine Magazine
“an impressive, up-and-coming operation in the Anderson Valley” – Robert Parker