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Wine Enthusiast Rates Five Geyser Peak Wines 90 and 91 points.


Wine Enthusiast March 2018

Geyser Peak 2013 Reserve Alexandre Winemaker’s Reserve Meritage Alexander Valley, 91 points
“Fully concentrated in dusty black fruit and tobacco, this blends 79% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Petit Verdot, 3% Merlot, 2% Malbec and 1% Cabernet Franc. Mellowed in terms of ripeness and body weight, it offers sizable tannins that provide structure along the mid-palate.” – Virginie Boone

 Geyser Peak 2013 Devil’s Inkstand Winemaker’s Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon Alexander Valley, 91 points
“This blends in 13% Petit Verdot and  6% Syrah, strong, powerful varieties that contribute power and dark color. Blackberry, chocolate and coconut ride a rich wavelength of soft mellowed tannin and fig flavor, finishing in a bite of graham cracker.” – Virginie Boone

 Editors’ Choice: Geyser Peak 2014 Merlot California, 90 points
“Concentrated black cherry and black olive aromas have an earthy edge in  this full-bodied wine, while the flavors are dry and potent black fruits with touches of dark chocolate. It’s a well-structured wine that will improve through at least 2021.” – Virginie Boone

 Geyser Peak 2014 Pluto’s Fury Pinot Noir Russian River Valley, 90 points
“Forested tree pine, soy and cardamom greet the nose in this intriguing, inviting wine, which is brooding in baked cherry and concentrated strawberry flavors. Velvety and luscious, it’s made in a fuller, lusher style that works within its balance of supportive acidity.” – Virginie Boone

Wine Enthusiast May 2018

Geyser Peak 2014 Walking Tree Cabernet Sauvignon, 90 points
“Blended with 8% Syrah, this is a well-made red, lengthy in black cherry, spicy clove and cinnamon. Medium bodied and accessible, it offers additional highlights  of pencil shavings, tree bark and mocha.” – Virginie Boone


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