Pine Ridge has a nice property and tasting room, though it is fairly small and can become cramped when completely full. We opted to try both the $20 standard tasting and the $40 estate tasting, and found our pourer to be friendly and knowledgeable about the wines, but distracted by having too many customers. She didn't leave us with empty glasses for too long, but wasn't around to chat much either.
As for the tastings, the standard wines are ok, but not that great. The estate wines are generally good, but are priced as if they were great, unfortunately ($80-$140) The most notable wines include the current Howell Mountain and Stags Leap cabs. The Andrus Reserve is a very nice wine, but overpriced compared to similar flagship bottles from competing wineries.
Pine Ridge is worth a look, especially for "comparison tasting" with other wineries in the area, if you have the coin for the estate menu. I wouldn't bother doing the standard menu though... Spend that $20 bucks elsewhere, or split the estate menu with a friend
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