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Sensuous structure and opulent fruit give this fine wine immediate appeal. Firm tannins and acidity assure its longev...Read more...
Bubblegum nose, with guava, big rich pineapple flavors on the mouth, which is nicely acidic. Read more
loads of currants on the nose, jams, plums and spice with a nice full body, appeared to be fairly classic CA zin Read more
Rich and warm, round wine, with a gentle earthiness. Striking blackberry flavors on the finish. Read more
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Bubblegum nose, with guava, big rich pineapple flavors on the mouth, which is nicely acidic.
loads of currants on the nose, jams, plums and spice with a nice full body, appeared to be fairly classic CA zin
Rich and warm, round wine, with a gentle earthiness. Striking blackberry flavors on the finish.
Intensely fruity, with blackberries and raspberries dominating. Baked blueberry pie in the mouth. This wine was a little rich and sweet for me.
A nice smooth red, with hints of of coffee, dried fruit (currants, figs) and chocolate.
The Ridge Geyserville Zin is about as close to a sure thing as you can find. The 2007 is again excellent, though it came across as an infant in this tasting (April 2010). Less Zin than usual in the blend, but it has the usual Geyserville combination of power and balance. Lots of briary, earthy, chewy dark berry fruit, tightly structured, but full and long. Will be even better in a couple of years when it cracks open.
Herbal aromas and passion fruit, creamy
External Reviews for Ridge Geyserville Proprietary
Pungent black cherry, plum. Fresh and forward, yet with old-vine spice. Delicate floral notes, mint, gravelly earth. Chalky tannins, elegant structure. Firm, balanced acidity. Age worthy.
The dark ruby/purple-colored 2007 Geyserville Proprietary Red (58% Zinfandel, 22% Carignan, 18% Petite Sirah, and the rest Mourvedre with 14.4% alcohol) offers up attractive aromas of boysenberries, black cherries, earth, pepper, and spice. Medium to full-bodied, elegant, and pure, this classy wine should drink well for 7andndash;8 years.
exceptionally elegant red endowed with considerable finesse and fabulous overall balance. A round
sensual finish makes it impossible to resist a second taste. In 2009 the blend is 74% Zinfandel
Sensuous structure and opulent fruit give this fine wine immediate appeal. Firm tannins and acidity assure its longevity over the next ten to twelve years.
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