Over the top and shattering to the veins, these wines possess major concentration and daring flavor. The original is the Earthquake Zin which came from an old Lodi vineyard planted around the same time of San Francisco's great Earthquake of 1906. While mulling over a label name in the vineyard, Michael Phillips thought it only seemed fitting to relate this intense wine with the historical quake. With over 15% alcohol and bold tannins, these dark and voluminous wines will definitely leave your senses quivering.
Earthquake Petite Sirah 2015
The 2012 EQ Petite Sirah offers the varietal’s typical full-bodied tannins, but the fruit is so opulent that its tannins are a very small part of its story. A whiff of violet lures you in, but then it’s all dark chocolate and summer blackberry in the mouth. Tooth-staining, yes, but ... more
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Earthquake Zinfandel 2015
Winemaker's Notes One of the best vintages to date, the 2014 Earthquake Zin is chock-full of fresh sage, huckleberry, and pepper. It will tantalize your taste buds with attractive berry fruit up front, and nishes with a hint of licorice and spice. more
Earthquake Cabernet Sauvignon 2016
Earthquake's deep violet color gives way to an outburst of black fruits, red currant, anise and vanilla on the nose. Rich and weighty in the mouth, laden with dark blackberry fruit, mocha, savory spice and cinnamon that carry through a sleek lengthy finish. more
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