Posts Tagged Lazy Creek

Lazy Creek Vineyards: A New Chapter Begins Under the Caranos’ Stewardship

By Bob Johnson The last time I’d been to Lazy Creek Vineyards, an elderly gentleman named Hans Kobler was the owner, winemaker and chief barrel washer. And I recall that his wife did everything else. It was a “family” winery in every sense... Read more

2012 Lazy Creek Vineyards Pinot Noir, Anderson Valley

This gorgeous wine is translucent dark ruby in color, with an uplifted nose of bright cherry and berry, mint, cedar and menthol. The fruit really pops in the mouth, with a good palate entry and a mild, integrated grip at the end. As the wine opens... Read more

The Healdsburg Plaza Gets a ‘Jazzy’ Concert Series

By Bob Johnson Often, the best experiences in wine country are serendipitous. I just happened to be in northern California in June of 1987 when Ferrari-Carano Vineyard & Winery opened its doors on the outskirts of Healdsburg in Sonoma County.... Read more

1996 Lazy Creek Gewurztraminer, Anderson Valley

Packed with lychee nut and rosewater aromas and flavors. Tastes much sweeter than the .5% residual sugar. MSRP: N/A (December 1997) Wine Lines rating:... Read more

1996 Lazy Creek Chardonnay, Anderson Valley

Spicy oak accompanied by simple, sweet fruit. MSRP: N/A (December 1997) Wine Lines rating:... Read more