Recent News and Reviews
In a feature on American rosés, food and wine writer Dave McIntyre calls our Endless Crush Rosé “a wine that over its 18 vintages is consistently among the best rosés made in the United States.”
Our 2018 Brut Rosé Sparkling has been declared one of the Best Sparkling Wines from Napa and Sonoma in 2021 and received a score of 95 from the magazine.
202o Endless Crush Rosé has been named one of the 100 most amazing wines in Sonoma County. It’s dry (as in not sweet), yet flavorful and with a vibrant finish.
North Bay Business Journal
“Kathleen Inman of Sonoma County’s Inman Family Wines wins Wine, Beer & Spirits Industry Awards winery owner and winemaker category.”
“American Artisan: Kathleen Inman’s Sonoma Pinot Noirs – Chef Charlie Palmer brings us to Inman Family Wines for a look at the estate’s Olivet Grange Vineyard, a taste of Pinot Noir, and the unforgettable story of the anniversary that inspired Inman’s Endless Crush rosé.”
“Small wineries pivot — and expand — with Zoom tastings and company team-building events.”
“From French literature to crushing grapes in Sonoma County — New Zoom star Kathleen Inman’s wine life is full of soul.”
The word delicate defines this wine. From its delicate pink color to its delicate pink kiss on your palate. All watermelon and wild strawberry… delicate and delicious. Kathleen Inman a master winemaker…
KSRO’s Tom Simoneau names our 2019 Endless Crush Rosé one of his Wines Of The Year 2020