Tasting Notes: This classic expression of Paso Robles zinfandel reveals bright blackberry and black cherry with a backbone of black pepper spice. The elegant finish lingers with rich flavors of plum and baking spice.
Tasting Notes: This wine delights the senses starting with a deep purple color and aromas of the fresh blackberry. Flavors of fresh raspberry and blueberry are paired with sweet smoky oak notes. Classic Lodi zinfandel.
Tasting Notes: The Dry Creek Valley vines on the Bushnell Vineyard average 50 years of age. The wine is a truly unique style. There are intense aromas of baked cherry, plum and spice with a nuance of tobacco. On the palate there is a concentrated, almost Port-like texture with rich flavors of black fruit, toasty oak and cedar/spice. The fruit is rich and ripe, yet not sweet. Tannins are firm and in perfect balance with all other components. The best food pairing is a great bleu cheese like Gorgonzola! If you enjoy a good cigar, pair this wine with a Maduro wrap.
Tasting Notes: This urban North Coast winery boasts some of the best wines in California and is starting to get recognition all over the world. Their Vine Starr zinfandel leads the bunch and is zinfandel like you have never seen. Lighter, brighter and so much more alive than most zinfandel, if you have a chance to get your hands on this one make sure you do. The production at Broc Cellars is very little.
Tasting Notes: The nose announced its use of oak and was verified on the palate. A fuller-bodied experience. A heavier-handed red influenced by oak with integrated fruit. Definitively showing a warmer, higher-yield vintage.