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VINOUS reviews just posted for our 2017 Single Vineyards

and reviewer Josh Raynolds writes "I was struck by the wines' overall sense of energy and nuance,which has always been present here but seemed much to the fore with these '17s."  These wines are now released and while drinking beautifully, they will continue to evolve for another 2-4 years and hold well for 8-9 years.

Wine Spectator "Insider" 

states that it is "a first look at our editors' most exciting new wines".  Then, we are so excited to be included on the cover for our soon-to-be released 2017 Wrath Pinot Noir, Boekenoogen Vineyard.  

Decanter recommends Wrath Wines

as must-visit tasting rooms while in the Monterey/Carmel area.  For decades, Decanter has been the 'go to' source of information for European wine lovers.  We can't wait to show off our region to visitors from across the ocean.


Tickets to our 2019 La Paulée are Sold Out

All seats sold out within the first five days.  We are keeping a short wait list just in case of last minute cancellation opportunities.  If you would like to be added, please email our Administrator, Diane Corda, with name, email and best contact phone.  Her email is:  Hope to see you there...


The Wine Spectator's recent Tasting Highlights' article 

"9 California Pinots from the Grape's Top Regions" includes our newly released 2017 Wrath 115/667 Pinot Noir.  It feels great to represent our Monterey appellation and show that great grapes are being grown here.


A Great Review in the Capitol Gazette

by two respected wine jouornalists, Tom Marquardt and Pat Darr, says that our 2016 Wrath San Saba Syrah is a "dead ringer for a good vintage Crozes Hermitage from the Northern Rhone".  Wow!  That is serious praise from people who have years of experience.


Harvest 2019 began today on 9/11

Harvest is about two weeks later than usual because of the cold, wet Spring but Summer's late heat helped grapes develop the flavors we were waiting for.  Winemaker, Sabrine, toasts the grapes before heading to the crush pad.  

Newsweek magazine features Wrath's EX Sauv Blanc

in an article about drinking Monterey wines (while watching "Big Little Lies") and of the six wineries featured only Wrath and Hahn were actual Monterey based wineries.  We were also the smallest winery highlighted so it was an honor for us to be selected for inclusion.


Wrath included in "Big Little Lies" Guide to Monterey

The second, and last, season of this super popular show is begins June 9 on HBO.  Wrath winemaker, Sabrine Rodems, was invited to the premiere opening in New York City and our tasting rooms were included in a "What to Do" article about the Monterey Bay area. is a popular, respected website

focused on food, wine, and travel.  Their most recent post focuses on American Syrah and if you want to learn more about this delicious varietal, this article is the place to start. We are proud to have both our Single Vineyard Syrahs included and recommended.


World of Pinot Noir recap by Randy Caparoso

Randy Caparoso is a wine journalist whose work is frequently included in major wine publications.  His writings are informed, on-point and yet, easy to understand when talking about technical topics.  Click on this link to his comments about the World of Pinot Noir event held every year in Santa Barbara.  If you are a Pinot lover, you owe it to yourself to attend at least once in your lifetime!  If you can't make it, host your own WOPN by sourcing some of his favorite Pinots (including our Wrath San Saba Pinot) and hold your own tasting.


The San Fransisco Chronicle published

a list of the "Top 10 Things to do in Monterey" and Wrath's tasting room is included in that list.  Monterey has a lot of wonderful things to do and places to see, so we feel honored and proud to have made the "short list".  For the complete article, click here:


The Wine Spectator named "8 California Pinots for the Holiday Table"

and our recently released 2016 Wrath 115/667 Pinot Noir was featured with a great review and score of 91 points.  This wine is availabel in both tasting rooms and online at


The Houston Rodeo Wine Competition Awards

have been released and all four of our submissions received top awards in their categories.
2015 Wrath San Saba Syrah was given Double Gold and Regional Class Champion <Best Central Coast Syrah>.  Also, Our 2017 EX Sauvignon Blanc <Best Central Coast Sauvignon Blanc> and  2016 Wrath San Saba Pinot <Best Central Coast Pinot> both received Regional Class Champions.  Come sample these wonderful wines and more at Houston Rodeo Uncorked and Best Bites Roundup on Sunday, Feb 17th.  More details to follow...


Connoisseur's Guide reviews Wrath recent releases

and says "2016 Wrath KW Ranch Pinot Noir: Here is a bigger Pinot that gets it right when it comes to deep and defined"  Excellent/ 91-95 pts 


Vinous Reviewer, Josh Raynolds, comments 

on the Santa Lucia Highlands AVA in just released reviews of SLH wines and says: " In short, a “Santa Lucia Highlands” designation on a label is about as close to a guarantee of quality as one is likely to find for Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and, increasingly, Syrah from the United States."  Very high praise from one of our industry's most knowledgeable commentators.  Read more at:


13 Celsius in Houston is one of our favorite wine bars  

because they always feature interesting, hard to find wines.  This week, we are honored to have our Ex Dolio Falanghina highlighted as part of their Women in Wine series.  Thank you guys!


We had a great time hosting McLaren at the wineryGroup of McLaren Cars at Wrath Wines

during Car Week.  It was just named Road and Track's
Performance Car of 2018; Congratulations!


Wrath wines to be featured at Le Bon Marché, Paris

in their upcoming summer event focused on California wines.  We are honored that both 2017 EX Sauvignon Blanc and 2017 EX Unoaked Chardonnay were selected from hundreds of wines submitted for review.  Merci Beaucoup!


Wine Spectator reviewer, Kim Marcus,

included our 2015 Fermata Chardonnay in the latest Tasting Report "New Reviews of Outstanding Whites" and say that it has a "silky texture, with flavors of Fuji apple, dried fig and pear that are creamy and rich".  Sounds delicious and we agree!

San Francisco Chronicle

​has included a really nice article about our focus, our winery tasting room and our wines in The Press, their new publication focused on California wineries of note

World of Pinot Noir, Santa Barbara

is ​honoring Women of Pinot Noir at a dinner on Saturday, March 3rd, including our own winemaker, Sabrine Rodems.  Please join Sabrine and eleven winery colleagues, Merry Edwards and Bouchaine for example, at this very special dinner.  We promise that you will drink some amazing Pinots that night.


Decanter magazine has named Wrath

as one of the 10 Best Wineries along California's Central Coast.

We were honored to support Project Hero 

Cyclists at Wrath Wines






and the 150+ riders in The California Challenge, a bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles.  The winery served as a morning rest stop on Day #2. What a great group of veterans and their support team.  


AL is awarded "Editor's Choice" in Wine Enthusiast

This is a high honor for a can of refreshing Sauvignon Blanc that sells around $8/can.  Wow!


Los Angeles Times has named Wrath

as one of the best wineries in California.       


The noted industry magazine SOMM Journal

includes seven wineries in an article on SIP, Sustainably Certified, vineyards and Wrath is honored to be chosen to represent growing practices in Monterey.  Read the article: ...go to pg 109


Watch Wrath's feature on the local news, July 7th


Planet Grape recently posted an in-depth Wrath review on their blog

Thank you to Catherine Fallis, MS and Fred Swan for featuring us. 


Karen MacNeil, noted CIA wine instructor and author,

presenting her selection of thirteen impressive California Pinot Noirs to the Canadian wine trade at the Wine Institute's California Wine Fair.  Our bottle of Wrath is turned and having a "hi Mom" moment.  It's proud to be part of the line-up.

Karen MacNeil Tasting Wines


Wine Spectator's April issue

has a feature that focuses on Wrath owner Michael Thomas' excavations in southern Italy, near Pompeii.  Both sides of his world combined when Michael and his team discovered the first area wine distribution center  at Oplontis B, in part, by using wine industry knowledge from his work at Wrath.  This article can be downloaded without subscription by clicking on this link:  Click on the link under the issue cover with Sting and Trudie, then pan down to People and click on "Under the Volcano".


Winemaker, Sabrine Rodems,

offers her insight on being a woman winemaker in an interview for Wine Industry Insider :


A comment on Wine Reviews

When reading and comparing reviews of the same wine by different industry professionals, such as Jeb Dunnuck and Matt Kettmann, consider the time difference between reviews.  Robert Parker's reviewer, Jeb Dunnuck, looks at most Monterey/ Santa Lucia Highlands' wines in late May- June.  Matt Kettmann tasted and reviewed our wines in February/March.  That's an eight month time span.  So, the review differences highlight the way wines evolve with time and isn't that part of what captivates us and the fun we have with wine?


Wrath is Honored

to take part in Tuesday night's James Beard Foundation Dinner in Washington DC with our own winemaker, Sabrine Rodems, in attendance.


Corvette Stingray intro at Wrath

General Motors used the winery as a staging ground for the introduction of the newly redesigned 2014 Corvette Stingray to automotive journalists; one part of the activities surrounding Car Week in Carmel and Concours d' Elegance at Pebble Beach.  From time to time, this photo pops up on the Internet so if you see it, now you know where it was taken.  The old house in this photo sits at the top end of our estate vineyard.
Yellow Corvette Stingray


"Wrath: Taking Monterey to New Heights"

says The Wine Spectator, in an article titled "Three Wineries to Watch".  The article focuses on three California wineries making a name for themselves by tackling the challenges of growing and producing Pinot Noir.   We say "Thank you" to the editors of the Wine Spectator for the praise and recognition.