Wine Advocate October 31, 2013 - Robert Parker
The 2010 is outstanding, the 2011 charming, lighter but pleasant and soft, and the 2012 potentially the best of the trio as it’s the deepest and richest with the ripest fruit, even though it’s not the highest in alcohol (that’s the 2010 at 15.4%). I like the blue and black fruits in all three of these wines, with the 2010 the most structured, the 2012 the most opulent and voluptuously textured, forward and classic, and the 2011 is lighter, but certainly very consumer-friendly.
This small 5.6-acre operation is owned by Chris and Betsy Peacock. This appears to be an interesting project worth following.
Wine Advocate #204 Dec 2012 - Antonio Galloni
The 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon is a pleasant, juicy wine bursting with sweet red berries, licorice, crushed flowers and mint. Firm Spring Mountain tannins frame the exuberant fruit in this racy, nicely balanced Cabernet. The 2009 should start drinking well in another few years, once the tannins begin to soften.
June 2010 :: 2005 Cabernet Sauvignon
Bohemian Club Wine Committee ranked the 2005 Cabernet 1st of 53 Cabernets in a blind tasting
June 2009 :: 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon
Bohemian Club Wine Committee ranked the 2004 Cabernet 2nd of 53 Cabernets in a blind tasting
April 2009 / October 2008 :: 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon
The Hoover Institution gives Peacock Family Vineyard a standing ovation at two major dinners.
Peacock at the Oscars
Los Angeles, March 2006---Peacock Family Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon will be included in the 78th Annual Academy Awards® gift basket given to the celebrity presenters and performers at the awards ceremony on March 5 in Hollywood.