Experience wine Uncensored. Our winemaker took an untethered approach to create a rich, Merlot-based red blend to tantalize your taste buds. Ripe raspberry, tart pomegranate, succulent blackberry, dark chocolate, roasted bacon, and a whiff of toasted marshmallow doused with vanilla bean.
Geyser Peak willingly and actively participates in the following daily disciplines to ensure we do our part in keeping our fragile eco-system in balance: Recycling throughout the entire facility, from employee areas, the cellar and production * Our wine bottles are ‘Eco’ or Ecologically Friendly. 35-55% of the glass used is from recycled, or ‘cullet’ glass * Harvest byproducts, such as grape pumice and stems, are composted * Non-chlorinated cleaning chemicals are used in the winery * Ozone generators are used for sanitizing barrels and equipment * Waste water is redistributed
There are so many options to go with this crowd-pleaser, we hesitate to constrict you. Try something unconventional or stick with a few favorites. Pepperoni or chorizo pizza smothered in tomato sauce and mozzarella is undeniably delicious. Grilled T-bone steak served with sauteed mushrooms is understated but elegant. Spicy foods, such as Arriabata sauce with pasta, barbecue meat rubs or sauces with a kick, or that perfect balance of freshly ground pepper on whatever you’re serving, make this wine unbelievable. Unbeatable appetizers that can be easily prepared include assorted olives, baked kale chips, hummus, marinated artichokes and peppers.
One of California’s oldest and most renowned wineries, Geyser Peak Winery was founded in 1880 by Augustus Quitzow, a pioneer in Alexander Valley winemaking, Geyser Peak has flourished as an award-winning winery for more than 130 years. Quitzow chose the original winery site in Geyserville for its vantage point of the famed Geysers Geothermal area. The white steam that billowed from the geysers along the mountain slopes provided the winery with a spectacular ‘view of the clouds’. Today, Geyser Peak pays fond tribute to its past roots in Alexander Valley as it sets forth on a new path into the Dry Creek Valley Appellation where the winery has recently relocated. Although the address is new, the commitment to the highest quality artisan winemaking is not. Geyser Peak will continue to “Reach For Peak” for many years to come.