Geyser Peak’s 2011 UncensoRED is a good across-the-board wine for a wide range of guests at a very affordable price.
Peju Province has actually blended red wine with white wine to produce this decidedly darker rosé that they’ve named Province.
The biggest advantage of decanting is to allow the wine to open to air and this bottle tastes amazingly different after doing so.
The grapes that are grown in Chile and the wine produced from them has the ability to rival any of the world’s best growing regions.
Although the grape can be traced back to Croatia, zinfandel is popular in California and makes wines of widely varying character.
Not all wine has a vintage and this is often due to the type of wine it is.
The Lindsay Vineyard's pinot noir is moderately priced and shows a clear expression of Sta. Rita Hills.