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Ridge "Lytton Springs" Dry Creek Valley Red 2012

93+ Vinous, Antonio Galloni
(7/2014) "The 2012 Lytton Springs is quite reserved, compact and inward at this stage. There is good density and depth in the glass, but the elements aren't fully formed just yet. While most of Ridge's 2012s are quite open today, that is not at all the case with the Lytton Springs. The 2012 is going to need time. In 2012, Lytton Springs is 70% Zinfandel, 21% Petite Sirah, 7% Carignane and 4% Mataro (Mourvedre)."
$
3499
750 ML
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Seghesio "Cortina" Dry Creek Valley Zinfandel 2013

94 Wine Advocate
94 Wine Spectator
(12/15/2015) "This captures such a distinct sense of place it almost smells like Dry Creek Valley. Briary raspberry and smoky cinnamon aromas lead to complex, layered flavors of dried sage, licorice and dark cherry. Tannins sneak in on the finish. Drink now through 2024. 3,174 cases made."
$
3499
750 ML
Available:
~70 bottlesCheck all Stores

Ridge "East Bench" Dry Creek Valley Zinfandel 2013

90 Wine Advocate
91 Vinous, Antonio Galloni
90 Our Score
(6/2015) Ridge's East Bench bottling is 100% Zinfandel that comes from a single site overlooking Sonoma's Dry Creek Valley. As always, it offers exceptional quality that outperforms its price. The style here is about freshness and purity, forgoing the jammy qualities associated with many Zins. A fruit forward attack of mixed red and blue berries lead the way followed by sweet, but subtle, oak spices of vanilla and coconut. The harmonious flavors are beautifully in balance with a soft and round texture that is refined and elegant.
$
2699
750 ML
Available:
~56 bottlesCheck all Stores

Meadowcroft "Louvau Vineyard" Dry Creek Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

91+ Our Score
(6/2017) Meadowcroft is definitely on our "Wineries to Watch" list. This singlevineyard Cabernet comes from hand harvested, sustainably farmed vines in Sonoma's Dry Creek Valley. Offering plenty of delicious cassis and rich fruit flavor, it shows refreshing restraint - revealing nuanced varietal qualities of pepper and dusty earth. Only 200 cases were produced, and it is an awesome value.
$
2399
750 ML
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120+ bottlesCheck all Stores

Quivira Dry Creek Valley Zinfandel 2013

Big and juicy with soft tannins and wonderful balance.
91 Our Score
90 Wine Spectator
(10/15/2016) "Bold raspberry and toasty spice aromas combines with lively, jammy flavors of black cherry, smoky anise and dried sage. Drink now through 2027. 5,904 cases made."
$
1899
750 ML
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120+ bottlesCheck all Stores

Dry Creek Vineyard Dry Creek Valley Sauvignon Blanc 2016

90 Wine Enthusiast
(6/2017) "This is a voluptuous style, fleshy and fulfilling in ripe pineapple and papaya, evocative of tropical shores. Bristling acidity complements the fruit, as a wave of creamy vanilla picks up steam on the lengthy finish."
$
1399
750 ML
Available:
120+ bottlesCheck all Stores

Pedroncelli "Bench Vineyards" Dry Creek Valley Merlot 2012

88 Our Score
89 Wine Enthusiast
(11/1/2014) "Juicy in red plum and layered in subtle suggestions of herb and cinnamon spice, this will please a wide range of palates and pocketbooks, the wine given a year in American oak. It's a good one for the dinner table or larger gathering."
$
1299
750 ML
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Rancho Zabaco "Heritage Vines" Dry Creek Valley Zinfandel 2014

88+ Our Score
88 Wine Spectator
89 Wine Advocate
(10/2015) "This is an outstanding value in Zinfandel. Sourced from some of the Gallo family's better blocks of Dry Creek Valley Zinfandel, the 2014 Zinfandel is a blend of 93% Zinfandel and 7% Petite Sirah and is a large cuvée of 3,000 cases that offers terrific quality for its price point. It's a big wine at 14.8% alcohol, dark ruby/purple in color, with notes of plums, briary blue and black fruits, some pepper, meat and roasted herbs. It is meant to be drunk upon release, but should certainly age decently for several years."
$
999
750 ML
Available:
120+ bottlesCheck all Stores
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