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Right-click on one of the images above and save to a destination folder on your computer. Make sure this is somewhere you’ll be able to easily find later.

Step 2:

Right-click on one of the images above and save to a destination folder on your computer. Make sure this is somewhere you’ll be able to easily find later.

  • Step 1: Right-click on one of the images above and save to a destination folder on your computer. Make sure this is somewhere you’ll be able to easily find later.
  • Step 2: Right-click on one of the images above and save to a destination folder on your computer. Make sure this is somewhere you’ll be able to easily find later.
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antonio galloni
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Zin grapes on a vine.

Ridge remains one of the finest operations I visit anywhere in the world. The total commitment to quality, value and customer service simply has no equal in this country.

-Antonio Galloni, Vinous Media

Zin grapes on a vine.

The remarkable consistency and beauty of these wines make Monte Bello America’s greatest cabernet sauvignon, in my judgment as The Times’s wine critic.

-Eric Asimov, The New York Times

Zin grapes on a vine.

Ridge Monte Bello is considered by many to be among the best wines in the world, and certainly among the most, if not the most famous, from California. Through its Monte Bello Cabernet-based bottling, Ridge helped show that California wine could compete with the most respected wines in the world.

-Elaine Chukan Brown

Zin grapes on a vine.

Ridge Monte Bello is considered by many to be among the best wines in the world, and certainly among the most, if not the most famous, from California. Through its Monte Bello Cabernet-based bottling, Ridge helped show that California wine could compete with the most respected wines in the world.