Part two of Rusty Gaffney's survey of our 2019 vintage Pinot Noirs. He summarized that we have an "unrivaled lineup of superb partner vineyards in California."
Testarossa Winery is getting ready to kick off its annual ritual of stickiness, frenzy and weeks of sleeplessness that come when the grapes start rolling in. This marks the 25th harvest since moving in to the iconic Novitiate winery at the top of College Ave.
Rusty Gaffney rated our 2019 Pinot Noirs as among the best he has ever tasted and highly recommends them to his readers.
Meridith May, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief for The SOMM Journal, recently gave some exceptional scores to our 2018 and 2019 vintage wines.
“Year in and year out, Testarossa’s Diana’s Chardonnay has proven to be among the cream of the crop and gets the nod as our favorite Chardonnay of the year.” Connoisseurs’ Guide, January 2021
Palo Alto Online – The 2020 vintage: How Peninsula wineries are struggling — and innovating — during the pandemic
By Elena Kadvany – Testarossa Winery started 2020 on a high when it won winery of the year from Connoisseur's Guide to California Wine. We all know what happened next: the arrival of the coronavirus that upended virtually every aspect of our lives, including how we drink and buy wine.
Josh Raynolds, from Antonio Galloni Vinous publication, recently tasted through Santa Lucia Highlands wines from the 2018 vintage and described it as a “picture-perfect growing season”.
By Lynn Peithman Stock – Testarossa Winery shut down for three months, and initially scrambled. And that’s where Testarossa’s owners learned just how much their customers love them.
By Gideon Rubin - “A South Bay wine bar that's staying open amid the pandemic is putting customer safety first by exceeding social distancing guidelines.”
By Laura Ness - “Gone are the days of having 500 people,” Jensen says. “We want tables far enough apart so people can back their chairs out safely.”