Quivira Zinfandel Dry Creek Valley Anderson Ranch 2003

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Nestled in the rolling hills alongside Lytton Springs Road is a special vineyard belonging to Ray and Nadine Anderson...

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Love this wine, it's nice and bold. I had a tour of the winery and they showed my wife and I a full tour. Read more

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Snooth User: skrex
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12/15/2010

Love this wine, it's nice and bold. I had a tour of the winery and they showed my wife and I a full tour.


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Winemaker's Notes:

Nestled in the rolling hills alongside Lytton Springs Road is a special vineyard belonging to Ray and Nadine Anderson. They used to grow kiwis on it, but now lease it to Quivria under a long-term contract. We planted it to Dry Creek Valley heritage clone Zinfandel, and we continue to farm it as well. Tony's crew treats the vines with their usual tender loving care, and yields are kept quite low, resulting in a wine of astonishing depth and richness from such young vines. Very dark, full bodied, and packed with jammy blackberry fruit, a touch of toasty oak, and with a smooth, supple character despite its weight, this is one classic Dry Creek Valley Zinfandel.

Nestled in the rolling hills alongside Lytton Springs Road is a special vineyard belonging to Ray and Nadine Anderson. They used to grow kiwis on it, but now lease it to Quivria under a long-term contract. We planted it to Dry Creek Valley heritage clone Zinfandel, and we continue to farm it as well. Tony's crew treats the vines with their usual tender loving care, and yields are kept quite low, resulting in a wine of astonishing depth and richness from such young vines. Very dark, full bodied, and packed with jammy blackberry fruit, a touch of toasty oak, and with a smooth, supple character despite its weight, this is one classic Dry Creek Valley Zinfandel.

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