Global Zinfandel Day!

This is it folks, the one you’ve been waiting for! Zin-heads of the world, unite!

Friday, November 19th is Global Zinfandel Day!

For some specific details from the creators of this fine event, please  click here.

And as to celebrating Zinfandel (or #Zinfandel, I should say!) with all your oeno-zin-fanatics here at Ridge Vineyards, we have options and opportunities!

First off, you can join us in our Tasting Rooms. Lytton Springs will be open to the general public from 11-4 on the 19th, and we’ll be offering special Open Tasting Appointments at Monte Bello (for more on this, please click here); each tasting room will be pouring a zinfandel-only flight that not only will feature contemporary and new releases, but will also showcase some gems from our library!

You can also participate via your preferred social media platform; if you’re using Twitter, just add #Zinfandel to your posts, and use that tag when following the dialogue and tastings on other social sites. As to us here at Ridge, we’ll be posting on our blog, on Facebook, and via our Twitter account, and you’re certainly welcome to join us there as well!

You can even have a meetup/tweetup and drink up! Click here for more info on that, and to see what we have already scheduled for Lytton Springs …

The main thing is you should really have some good zinfandel on hand, and you should really be in some good company (though of course it can truly be a joy to have some quite time alone, in the company of a fine bottle of wine!), and if you can do this on the 19th, then consider yourself a proud participant in Global Zinfandel Day!

Lastly, for those of you who may need to top up their zinfandel stock, dig this!


Yeah, that’s the stuff …

Categories: Events & Photographs, Lytton Springs, Monte Bello, Social Media, Special Offerings, Tasting Flights, Tasting Rooms, Varietals & Blends, Virtual Verticals, Wine Blogs, Wine Tales, Zinfandel

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2 replies

  1. Zin day sounds fun! Was one of the first red wines I really developed a taste for. Now I enjoy pretty wide-ranging wines, but zin is still a regular part of the mix for me. Especially like ones that have a bit of a spice element to pair with foods that need that.

  2. I can’t wait. I working to assemble a cast of Zin’s to host my own tweetup in Tampa at WineHarvest. Thanks for this posting.

    Jodi a/k/a tampawinewoman

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