Ridge Vineyard - Geyserville 2013 - Californian Zinfandel



Ridge Vineyard - Geyserville 2013
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Ridge has made the Geyserville as a single-site zinfandel in every year since 1966.

The grapes are grown in three adjoining vineyards on a defined stretch of gravelly soil approximately one-and-a-quarter miles long and a half-mile wide.
Intense ruby colour. Ripe cherry and plum, peppermint, clove barrel spice, gravel/earth.

Well-defined stone fruits on entry, medium- to full-bodied, coated tannins; a long finish with refreshing acidity.

64% Zinfandel, 20% Carignane, 12% Petite Sirah, 2% Alicante Bouschet, 2% Mataro (Mourvedre).

Category(s):     Red Wine

Producer: Ridge Vineyards   -   www.ridgewine.com
ABV:   14.3%
Appellation:   Santa Cruz
Bio-Dynamic:   Yes
Brand:   Ridge Vineyards
Country of Origin:   USA
Drinking From:   2012
Drinking Until:   2022
Food Match:   Pork
Grape Type:   Mataro
Grape Type:   Petite Sirah
Grape Type:   Alicante Bouschet
Grape Type:   Zinfandel
Grape Type:   Carignan
Organic:   Yes
Region:   Central Coast
Style of Red:   Full & Fruity
Type of closure:   Screw Cap
Vintage:   2013
Winemaker:   Paul Draper


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Producer Information

At Ridge we begin with respect for the natural process that transforms fresh grapes into wine, and for the 19th century model of guiding that process with minimal intervention. When you have great vineyards that produce high-quality grapes of distinct, individual character, this approach is not only environmentally and socially responsible, it's also the best way to consistently make fine wine.
We believe in sustainability. Sustainability can be summarized as a system that is sensitive to the environment, responsible to the community, and economically feasible to implement and maintain. These three principles provide a framework and direction to guide our decision making. Sustainability is an ever-changing target, even a state of mind: improvements can always be made to lessen one's impact on the planet.

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