Lucy Wines Featured In
Wine Enthusiast

We are honored to see Lucy receive such strong reviews in the Wine Enthusiast, with both the 2023 Gamay Noir and 2023 Pico Blanco receiving the “Editor’s Choice” designation. One can see the common thread through these wines that elicit a character that writer Matt Kettmann picks up on. Tasting notes such as “nuanced,” “snappy,” “chiseled,” and “minerality” are those that we feel arise from the cool and late year we witnessed from the rugged ridges of the Santa Lucia Highlands and Monterey County. The environment and careful winemaking brings together these elements for beautiful expressions in the bottle.

a chiseled rock minerality
Matt Kettmann

2023 Lucy Gamay Noir

95 Points.

This wine was exciting enough upon opening, but it showed further depth and nuance over three days, ensuring that it’s going to be a winner for years to come. Aromas of raspberry, lilac and dark loam lead from the nose into a snappy palate of juicy berry, crushed rock and peppery spices. All of those elements elevate with patience.

2023 Lucy Pico Blanco

91 Points.

A blend of 86% Pinot Gris and 14% Pinot Blanc, this bottling makes strong arguments for keeping those grapes around in the face of more popular varieties. Aromas of Key lime, melon and flint lead from the nose into a rounded palate of peach and pineapple that is cut by a lime-driven acidity.

2023 Lucy Rosé of Pinot Noir

90 Points.

Bold aromas of cotton candy and cherry meet with a chiseled rock minerality on the nose of this bottling. Riper flavors of tangerine and strawberry arise on the quaffable palate.