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90 points

Roza Ridge 2009 Petit Verdot (Rattlesnake Hills)

A deep raspberry flavor is set in a vivid frame of spicy herb and toasty barrel accents. The finish is crisply defined, with slightly peppery tannins.

 — P.G.   Published 11/1/2012
89 points

Roza Ridge 2009 Syrah (Rattlesnake Hills)

This Syrah bears a gamy accent that overlays the flavors of juicy berries, herbs and spices. A peppery note highlights the clean, crisp finish.

 — P.G.   Published 11/1/2012
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Roza Ridge 2009 Malbec (Rattlesnake Hills)

Nicely concentrated, with a touch of Petit Verdot in the blend, this complex effort incorporates notes of tangy berry, forest leaf and a hint of mint. The barrel influence lends coffee and light toast notes, which are symmetrical and proportionate.

 — P.G.   Published 11/1/2012
88 points

Roza Ridge 2010 Syrah (Rattlesnake Hills)

The American oak aging (80%) plays a significant role here but not in a bad way. There are notes of toast and Mounds bar with ripe flavors and a cranberry-filled finish.

 — S.S.   Published 11/1/2013
88 points

Roza Ridge 2009 Merlot (Rattlesnake Hills)

This Merlot has a fair splash of both Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec. It does not shy away from underbrush accents of leaf and herb, adding complexity to the cherry fruit.

 — P.G.   Published 11/1/2012
87 points

Roza Ridge 2010 Malbec (Rattlesnake Hills)

100% Malbec, it’s redolent with dark plums, wild blueberries and peppery spices. The soft, silky flavors are light but have good concentration with the oak (80% American) seeming quite dialed back.

 — S.S.   Published 11/1/2013
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87 points

Roza Ridge 2009 Roadside Market Red (Rattlesnake Hills)

This blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah and Tempranillo comes from four estate vineyards. It’s direct and appealing with plump, juicy notes of coffee bean, herbs, dried cherries, and vanilla.

 — S.S.   Published 11/1/2013
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87 points

Roza Ridge 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon (Rattlesnake Hills)

This is a sophisticated Cabernet Sauvignon-dominated, Bordeaux-style blend, with 9% Merlot, 5% Petit Verdot and 5% Malbec. It carries a note of leather and drying tannins, suggesting that you should drink it fairly soon. It should be delicious with a grilled steak.

 — P.G.   Published 11/1/2012
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