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Ridge Vineyards Geyserville 2014 0,375

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The International Wine Report (October 2016): 93 Points. – “An absolutely stunning effort, the 2014 Geyserville is another fantastic release from this storied estate. This compelling blend of 60% Zinfandel, 24% Carignane, 12% Petit Sirah and 4% Mataro is one of a kind. The wine has vivid aromatics of black cherries, black tea, red raspberry, blackberry pie and milk chocolate. There are bold flavors of black cherries, violets, crème de cassis and milk chocolate. Beautifully textured, this wine shows excellent depth and grip on the mid-palate, making it absolutely irresistible right now. (Best 2016-2028)” -(OB)

The Wine Advocate (Ocotber 2016): 93 Points. “A classic 2014, the downright sexy, hedonistic and ready to go 2014 Geyserville Proprietary Red Wine (60% Zinfandel, 24% Carignan, 12% Petite Sirah and 4% Mourvèdre) is medium to full-bodied, perfectly balanced and loaded with notions of blackberries, plums, brambly herbs, licorice and spice. It’s relatively soft and already approachable, but it will nevertheless keep through 2024.” -Jeb Dunnuck

The Wine Advocate (August 2016): 93 Points. “The proprietary red wine, the 2014 Geyserville from Alexander Valley is a big boy at 14.6% alcohol. Made from a blend of 60% Zinfandel, 24% Carignan, 12% Petite Sirah and the rest Mourvèdre, this is a big-time winner in 2014, with copious quantities of juicy blackberry and black cherry fruit, some wood spice and loamy soil undertones. Full-bodied, fleshy and seductive, the wine is clean, pure, textured, and offers sensational drinking now and over the next 7-8 years.” -Robert Parker

Vinous Media (July 2016): 93 Points. “The 2014 Zinfandel Geyserville is just as beautiful from bottle as it was from barrel. Rich, textured and dense on the palate, the 2014 exudes depth, but in the mid-weight style of the year. The complexity of the Zinfandel-based field blend comes through in spades. The 2014 is creamy and persistent, but also graced with a mid-weight, finessed personality that is impossible to resist. In 2014, the Zinfandel is on the lower side relative to the recent past, with other grapes in the blend playing more important roles.” -Antonio Galloni

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