Three Valleys – Moderately Priced and Responsibly Produced

The New York Times

February 28, 2019

In his recent Wine School column, “Back to the Supermarket:  Looking for the Good,” New York Times wine writer Eric Asimov focuses on moderately priced, readily available American red wines and contrasts two different styles:

  • Those that are processed, manipulated and manufactured “to fit a preordained profile of aroma, flavor, and texture”
  • Those that are “risky expressions of nature and craftsmanship, that surprise and have a sense of place”

He recommends Ridge Three Valleys as a balanced wine that “adheres to a more ancient form of manipulation” and gives a nod to ingredient labeling: “Ridge is one of the very few wineries that includes an ingredients list on its label, an admirable act of transparency…”

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