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VINTAGES 15

RAVENSWOOD TELDESCHI SINGLE

VINEYARD ZINFANDEL 2013

Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma County

Dry Creek Valley is Zinfandel country, and

Joel Peterson has been farming the Teldeschi

family’s vineyard since 1982. This wine is

from a brilliant vintage and is sourced from

vines that were planted between 1900 and

1910. Dark, complex and spicy.

94 points (

wineandspirits.com

)

Full-bodied & Smooth

684589 (XD) 750 mL $ 44.95

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RIDGE GEYSERVILLE 2015

Geyserville 50th vintage, Alexander Valley,

Sonoma County

The single-vineyard Geyserville has been

produced since 1966. The vineyard includes

vines over 130 years of age. Big, floral and

filled with fruit, the 2015 Geyserville is a

spicy, earthy delight. Fresh, supple and long.

90 points (Tim Fish,

winespectator.com

)

Full-bodied & Smooth

723072 (XD) 750 mL $64.95

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FOR COMPLETE TASTING NOTES AND TO ORDER ONLINE,

SEE PAGES 22 TO 24.

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