Ridge Zinfandel Sonoma Valley Pagani Ranch 2016
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What does Ridge Zinfandel Sonoma Valley Pagani Ranch 2016 taste like?
leather, smoke, earthy
cherry, raspberry, red fruit
oak, vanilla, tobacco
apple, apricot, peach
blackberry, plum, dark fruit
pepper, licorice, cinnamon
toast, molasses, peanut
blood orange, orange, orange peel
cream, cheese, banana
rhubarb, bell pepper, asparagus
raisin, prune, fig
mango, kiwi, bubblegum
violet, lavender, perfume
Food Pairing with Ridge Zinfandel Sonoma Valley Pagani Ranch 2016
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Since its founding in 1962, Ridge Vineyards has been a trailblazer in the world of Californian winemaking, garnering worldwide acclaim for its exceptional wines. Nestled in the picturesque Santa Cruz Mountains, Ridge Vineyards boasts several vineyards spread across the state of California. One of its most renowned creations is the Monte Bello, a Bordeaux blend dominated by Cabernet Sauvignon that elegantly combines the complexity of Bordeaux wines with the intense fruitiness characteristic of California. Ridge Vineyards is also revered for its superb range of Zinfandel wines and blends, particularly the iconic Geyserville cuvée. Additionally, the winery offers wines crafted from Petite Sirah, Carignan, and a Grenache-Mataro blend, while also producing a limited amount of Chardonnay... Read More
The Zinfandel Blend grape varietal, affectionately known as "Zin," boasts a rich history and a complex flavor profile that has captured the hearts of wine enthusiasts. This dark-skinned red wine grape variety originally arrived in the United States from Europe during the early 19th century. Its initial success found strongholds in Napa and Sonoma counties, where it continues to flourish. Zinfandel's fascinating journey has uncovered intriguing connections. Extensive DNA research has confirmed its identity with Italy's Primitivo, shedding light on its shared history. Primitivo itself has Croatian origins, known as Tribidrag and Crljenak Kastelanski, further enhancing the mystique of Zinfandel's heritage. In the United States, California's diverse climatic conditions and soil profiles... Read More