Persimmon Creek Vineyards
Varietals Produced by Persimmon Creek Vineyards View all
Persimmon Creek Vineyards on Snooth
For several reasons, the Dry Creek Valley really is ground-zero for the finest Zin production. Not only are there a disproportionate number of ancient vineyards here, but they tend to be planted on the hillsides, which is not all that surprising in this rather narrow, long valley. The position of the valley and the ridges that form its b... Read More
To see a slideshow of our 12 favorite Pinots tasted, go to Pinot Noir - November 2010.Pinot Noir is an easy go-to wine for Thanksgiving, but with so many styles on the market can every one really be an ideal match? That, of course, is a very personal decision, and while I’ve tasted three dozen or so Pinot for this review -- and yes, they are alm... Read More
Chardonnay Tasted - October 2010 2007 Freeman Ryo-fu Russian River Valley Chardonnay 14.1% $40 Smells like a bouquet of dried flowers. There’s also a distinct vein of toasty oak here, but the floral quality is distinct, adding nice detail to the rather restrained fruit. This is rich and soft on entry but with plenty of supporting acid. It has a ... Read More
Now that autumn is approaching, I want to use one of my favorite fall cooking fruits.. Quince. I currently have some FRESH Quince paste.. purchased at a high end grocery, and am refrigerating for a short time. Please suggest.. what cheese/ and or cracker or OTHER food recipe can I use this with? I am thinking of manchego or bleu, perhaps with ... Read More
Sep 23, 2009
New image uploaded to this page.
Sep 23, 2009
Description added for this page.
I thought this was a little bland. It had a hint of metal in its bouquet. Maybe it was improperly stored, but I was unimpressed. Read More