Philo Ridge Vineyards

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PO Box 585 , Philo, CA 95466

About This Winery

Philo Ridge Vineyards is located in the beautiful hills of the Anderson Valley, Mendocino County. They make small handcrafted lots of 11 wines for a total of 2500 cases per year. The wines are produced by sustainable farming practices from
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Philo Ridge Vineyards is located in the beautiful hills of the Anderson
Valley, Mendocino County. They make small handcrafted lots of 11 wines for a total of 2500
cases per year. The wines are produced by sustainable farming practices
from vineyards in Mendocino County.

Philo Ridge Vineyards is 100% Solar and wind Powered, we farm our vineyards utilizing Sustainable Farming Practices and our wines are Vegan.

The tasting room is located in downtown Boonvile and open from 11 am to 5 pm Friday to Monday. Philo Ridge Vineayrds is pet friendly.

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Winery Information

Hours: Friday to Monday 11 am to 5 pm
Tasting Fees: Tasting is complimentary
Price Range: $18 to $40
Established: 2001
Vineyards: Pinot Noir and Pinot gris
Production: 2500
Winery Dog: Boo and Pancho

Amenities

  • "Green" Technology

Ambiances

  • Casual & Relaxed
  • Dog Friendly
  • Family Run
  • Kid Friendly

Wine Types

  • Blends
  • Chardonnay
  • German, Reisling, Gewurztraminer
  • Pinot Noir
  • Port or Dessert Wines
  • Rose
  • Sustainable Ag. practices
  • Viognier
  • Zinfandel

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They have a small tasting in the center of Boonville. We did not plan on visiting Philo Ridge since the wine guides (including CWA) indicate it is only open Friday to Monday. We were there on Thursday. Fortunately we stopped to eat lunch in Boonville and notice the tasting room was open.
They have a good selection of wine, the Marguerite Pinot Noir has a beautiful deep tawny garnet color; it is dry with a nice long warm finish. It is a bit pricey, but nice. We liked the 2012 Firebrick Vineyard Zinfandel. It was a deep maroon/red with a spicy/ peppery flavor and a very nice peppery finish. Our favorite was the Vino di Medocino, a blend of Zinfandel, Petite Sirah, Carignane, and Syrah. It was a deep red with a warm fruity red-berry flavor. A bargain at $20. They even have a Gewurtztraminer, one of my favorite wines and hard to find in California. It was not quite as spicy as the wines from Alsace, but I was very nice, warm and acidic with a pleasant finish.

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