• It’s nice to see that a wine maker cares as much about the environment as they do about making wine. 🙂

    • I love that about this vintner. Most all of the CA farmers and wine growers are very much into the environment which makes it all so much better for all. 🙂

  • claudiajustsaying

    Susan, I writing J Lohr on my shopping list, thanks for the tip. Claudia

    • Hi Claudia, That is so cool. Let me know what you think when you try this wine? 🙂

  • Merle Gibbins

    Very interesting Susan. Thank you for sharing all your tips about wine with us.

    • Hi Merle, You are so welcome. Enjoy my friend. 🙂

  • Debra Yearwood

    Great history on the vineyard. I’m a big fan of the J Lohr’s cabernet sauvignon, but have not tried their pinot noir yet, but I will. You are certainly expanding my selection of choices and my wine board on Pinterest. 🙂

    • Hey Debra, All for the cause… LOL. J Lohr generally has some really great wines. Their cab is also one I enjoy. 🙂

  • Creme brûlée notes in a wine sounds interesting. If you are a fan of creme brûlée you should try Southern Tier creme brûlée stout if you can find it. Has strong notes of the brûlée as well.

    • It is such a nice wine. It’s hard to imagine but it there and adds os much to the experience. I’ll go look for that Jon. It sounds really interesting. 🙂

  • Julie

    Ok, Another great wine to pin. Thanks. 😀

  • Sounds like a wine my father would like

    • Ho Jo-Anne, That is very cool. I hope your father can give a try. 🙂

  • I just love that Pinot tends to pair well with so many foods.

    • Hi Jeri, I agree. It is so versital as is a good Pinot Grigio. That is why I find myself gravitating to these two so often. 🙂

  • Grace

    Oh I have to give this one a try, you make it sound wonderful!

    • Hi grace, So nice to see you. It is well worth trying. Enjoy. 🙂

  • Susan Oakes

    The wine with the seared tuna sounds like a great combination Susan.

    • Hi Susan, It really does, doesn’t it. I’ll have to give this combination and try. 🙂

  • VAtoGO

    I must admit that you have really opened my palate to many new wines. This one sounds wonderful. Have you ever showcased Delicato? I will gift you a bottle next time we see each other.

    • Hi Elizabeth, Thank you and thanks so much. I have, but that doesn’t mean I wouldn’t mind trying another of their releases. It would be great fun. 🙂

  • Denise Baer

    I do love my wines. This is a great post. I never heard of J Lohr Vineyards Falcon’s Perch Pinot Noir, but I love how they came about with the name.

    • Hi Denise, I did to. It was one of the reason I chose the wine. The fact that it was a really nice wine, only made the whole experience that much better. 🙂

  • Edward Reid

    Susan, this was another great article. Your posts always educate me about wines. This is another one that I must try although I tend to like white wines best. Thanks again.

    • Hi Edward, I’ll convert you yet… LOL Give this a try and let me know your thoughts.

  • Now that one sounds yummy Susan. Just thinking about all those flavors together is making my mouth water.

    Love the history and the education. My goodness, I’m feeling like I’m learning so much more about wine thanks to you!


    • It really is Adrienne, I love the history and stories of the different wines too. It really make them come alive for me instead of just being a bottle of wine. 🙂

  • Michael Belk

    Susan it is so nice to see so much interest in wines and the history. I do not know many names, but you are really getting me interested in the name of many different wines.

    I never thought about the flavors as much before i discovered your site. thanks a lot.

    • Hi Michael, I think it’s cool too. I wasn’t so sure when I started this page and was writing for myself because it was fun. I am really happy that you are enjoying and finding benefit in my wine posts. 🙂

  • Grace

    I really enjoy J Rohr wines in general. I will have to try the Pinot Noir, thanks for the head’s up!

    • Hi grace, It’s hard not to enjoy a wine form J. Lohr. I have yet to try them all but I’m sure I’ll find a way… LOL. Le me know when you and give me a shout. 🙂

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