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Having had a much younger and more tannic York Creek Ridge Zin the night before, this lovely Geyserville demonstrated Ridge’s skill in blending Zinfandel …

Sonoma is, in fact, a large region. Most people, including myself, would probably think of Sonoma as Napa’s quieter, more rural, more familial, ‘little …

Iconic is a term often over-used. In the case of Ridge Vineyards it is entirely appropriate. Their instantly recognisable label design is, literally, an …

The best match we could come up with for a dish containing chillis, walnuts, beef, soured cream, sultanas and pomegranates was a Zinfandel, and …

From Napa Valley’s Hess Collection winery, this, picked up on a good deal that Dante got on US wine via The Wine Society. A …

And then Tracey and Dante flourished this from their collection, so we had to have a return visit to “Giuseppe & Luisa” in memory …

When I was young (10-12) Ridge wines were the first Cali wines I knowingly saw in UK, so I assumed that this was how …

One of a couple of Zins that Ben picked up in a Grafton Street wine shop – a good opportunity to expand my Zin …

I could have sworn that I already had a Ravenswood label in here from a few years back (I think I drank some in …

So, 2 benchmark Zinfandels on the same page! Both from my San Francisco trip, and visited both wineries, but they’d run out of this …