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Ridge is Californian aristocracy, and the Geyserville 2013 is a complex and robust field blend of Zinfandel and friends. Serve with friends and slow-cooked brisket and salute one of the world’s most admired wineries.

  • 750ml
  • $61.99
Geyserville bottle

This is a true California classic. Ridge is California’s greatest winery; winemaker Paul Draper is a California legend; and Geyserville, one of its most famous single vineyard wines, is made from zinfandel, the historic California grape. Sort of – in classic old school-California fashion, it is actually a blend of 60% Zinfandel, 24% Carignane, and 12% Petite Sirah, with a dollop of Mataro (Mourvedre) thrown in for good measure, all very much to the greater good. Field blending – mixed varieties planted together for a ‘sum greater than the parts’ end result –was not the only wise thing Northern California’s first wave Italian immigrants did in the 19th Century, but selectively choosing ocean-cooled sites like Sonoma’s Alexander Valley was sheer genius. Ridge Geyserville is proof. Generous and bursting with dark fruit yet without any hint of over-ripeness, it is a richly satisfying red that has many years of life ahead of it. Perfect with slow-cooked Texas beef brisket, or the best aged cheddar you can find.

  • California
  • 750ml
  • $61.99

Food Pairings

  • Slow Cooked Brisket
  • Cheese
  • Beef
  • Steak

Tasting Notes

  • Dark Fruit
  • Ripe
  • Chocolate
  • Spice

Additional Info

  • A blend of Zinfandel, Carignan, Petite Sirah, Mourvedre
  • Alcohol by volume is 14.7%

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