Ridge Vineyards

Benito Dusi Ranch Paso Robles Zinfandel

9.076 ratings
9.09 pro ratings
Paso Robles, Central Coast, California, USA
Zinfandel
Top Notes For
Michael Retter

Violet notes with some spice. Smooth and consistent over the few hours we had it decanted.

Violet notes with some spice. Smooth and consistent over the few hours we had it decanted.

Oct 9th, 2016
Rebecca Fletcher

Cranberry, cranberry, black and red fruit forward. Baking spice, hints of chocolate and jammy. M- acid, m body and tannin. Raspberry and strawberry jam. Spice. Balanced. Long finish.

Cranberry, cranberry, black and red fruit forward. Baking spice, hints of chocolate and jammy. M- acid, m body and tannin. Raspberry and strawberry jam. Spice. Balanced. Long finish.

Aug 2nd, 2016
Mark Buckley

Smells good. Waiting to taste

Smells good. Waiting to taste

Jul 12th, 2016
Mike Steffel

Plums, figs and other blue fruits.

Plums, figs and other blue fruits.

Jul 7th, 2016
Renato Hoyle

Dry, tannic

Dry, tannic

Apr 2nd, 2016
Andre Lopez

Red plum, dried herbs and spice. Rambunctious without being over the top. #pasorobles

Red plum, dried herbs and spice. Rambunctious without being over the top. #pasorobles

Feb 5th, 2016
Scott Melvin

Not as firmly structured as the 2012. But still very enjoyable.

Not as firmly structured as the 2012. But still very enjoyable.

Mar 3rd, 2019
Arden Barnett

Happy national wine day. Ridge’s wines have always been special to me. The 2005 Lytton Springs is one of the first wines that I vividly remember back when I first got into wine. This Paso Robles Zin was very structured, Dark fruits on the nose. Blackberries, cassis, fresh cracked black pepper, hint of vanilla on palate. Nice smooth finish. Tried this at a restaurant but have 2 bottles stored away back home. Think this guy will be pretty special in 2-3 years. Can’t recall having a bad Ridge wine. One of my favorite producers for the money.

Happy national wine day. Ridge’s wines have always been special to me. The 2005 Lytton Springs is one of the first wines that I vividly remember back when I first got into wine. This Paso Robles Zin was very structured, Dark fruits on the nose. Blackberries, cassis, fresh cracked black pepper, hint of vanilla on palate. Nice smooth finish. Tried this at a restaurant but have 2 bottles stored away back home. Think this guy will be pretty special in 2-3 years. Can’t recall having a bad Ridge wine. One of my favorite producers for the money.

May 26th, 2018
Katie Carney

Engagement wine with my fiancé

Engagement wine with my fiancé

Mar 12th, 2018
Harold Birnbaum

Had this at home 1/5/17 with Kallem. Liked it a lot, a bit simpler than some Ridge zin, but nice drinking.

Had this at home 1/5/17 with Kallem. Liked it a lot, a bit simpler than some Ridge zin, but nice drinking.

Jan 7th, 2018