90 points, Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wine
"Those who hold that wines made from the classic white Rhône varieties must necessarily aim for richness are sure to be happy here. Adelaida's predilection for full ripeness may be hard to miss, but this very expressive wine is charged with lots of juicy fruit that refuses to quit, and, for all of its ample substance and size, it never once drags its feet and is always balanced, buoyant and vital. It is a pleasure to drink now with savory poultry preparations and will only get better with a few years of additional age."
Each variety was handled separately, gently whole cluster pressed, settled in tank and barrel fermented in mostly neutral (previously used) oak barrels on native yeast cultures. A small percentage of Grenache Blanc was kept in stainless barrels to contribute a greater sense of its bright malic acidity. Wines went through a natural malo-lactic conversion and occasional lees stirring for their 10 month sojourn in barrel.