The oldest vines on the Nervo Ranch were planted on the hills above Geyserville over a century ago. The vineyard is a traditional field blend of zinfandel and petite sirah: the varietals are interplanted, rather than in separate rows. Co-fermenting the two produces a rich, complex wine, as appealing in that era as it is today. In the years following Prohibition, the concept of field blending was lost; farming is simpler when all the vines require the same treatment. This 2006 blend was aged in air-dried American oak barrels for fifteen months. It is a forward, beautifully balanced wine enjoyable now, and will be at its best over the next four to five years.
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