1993 Geyserville: Tasting Notes

I can’t exactly tell you why I’m doing this, but you’d certainly be swimming in safe waters if you decided to trust me that there is a VERY GOOD REASON why I’m posting my tasting notes for the 1993 Geyserville today. Hint: check your e-mail inbox tomorrow morning!

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1993 Ridge Vineyards Geyserville

Unquestionably a dark knight sort of character (in terms of aesthetic range as regards metaphorical “coloration”), this very enjoyable vintage expresses aromatic notes running the gamut from the perhaps the more familiar plum, licorice and cedar, to the rather more obscure fudge, brownies, and blood orange. It has a beautiful dark cherry hue with undertones of ripe plum, and a deep crimson limn in the glass. As the wine moves from front to back of palate, it leaves in its elegant wake sparkles of sweet cherry succulence, and a counterbalancing eucalyptal spice. The mouthfeel is soft and supple, yet quite fleshy, almost plush, and the warm spicy second-tier layers are nicely counterbalanced by a slightly sandal-woody nose.



Categories: Carignane, Mataro, Petit Verdot, Petite Sirah, Tasting Notes, Varietals & Blends, Zinfandel

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2 replies

  1. Fudge and brownies?? That is something I have never though of. I think I am going to have to add that on my list of things to try when I create a new batch :)

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