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2014 Chalk Hill Estate Red

ITEM 7955081 - Removed from a professional wine storage facility; Purchased upon release

Bidder Quantity Amount Total
5 $35
Item Sold Amount Date
I7967407 4 $35 Oct 3, 2021
I7950751 1 $35 Sep 12, 2021
I7925970 1 $36 Aug 22, 2021
I7924710 6 $35 Aug 15, 2021
I7902887 3 $35 Jul 25, 2021
I7892716 1 $35 Jul 18, 2021
I7890446 3 $35 Jul 11, 2021
I7879067 2 $35 Jul 4, 2021
I7863885 6 $35 Jun 20, 2021
I7856976 1 $35 Jun 13, 2021
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92The Wine Advocate

...notes of blackberry preserves, crème de cassis and cedar with touches of baking spices, vanilla pod, dark chocolate and Mediterranean herbs.

90Wine Spectator

Elegantly rustic, with savory herb and dusty earth accents amid loamy dark berry, cedar and sage flavors.


Chalk Hill

Chalk Hill Winery is a 280-acre estate in the Russian River Valley of California. It was founded in 1982 by Frederick and Peggy Furth, but in 2010 it was sold to the Foley Family Wines conglomerate. William Foley is a Florida-based businessman who owns numerous wine estates in California and elsewhere. The winery has long been known for its Chardonnays and Sauvignon Blancs though today it also makes Syrah, Cabernet-Malbec, Pinot Gris and Viognier.


United States, California, Sonoma County

Sonoma County is not an AVA, but it is a commonly used informal designation for wines made outside of more specific AVAs within Sonoma, which is a large wine producing region just west of Napa Valley. Though Sonoma is often overshadowed by its glamorous neighbor Napa Valley, it has a long history of wine production. The area specialized in jug wine until the mid-20th century, when Sonoma producers took a cue from Napa and started improving quality. Unlike Napa, where Cabernet Sauvignon is king, Sonoma specialized in Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Zinfandel, though excellent Cabs are produced too. There are at present 16 AVAs within Sonoma County, and, like much of the West Coast of the United States, new AVAs are created in Sonoma County with regularity. Some Sonoma appellations, such as the Russian River Valley, are renowned for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.