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Peachy Canyon Zinfandel Paso Robles Westside 2010
"A flagship Peachy Canyon Zinfandel, beautifully balanced between ample, berried fruit, oak, and spice. Full bodied and pleasantly indulgent, but never heavy. Excellent when paired with food. The essence of Westside Paso Robles. Dark purple color with aromas of light vanilla, strawberries, raspberries and a hint of white pepper. Bright blackberry and strawberries are prevalent across the palate. Sweet oak, chocolate and spices integrate well with the fruits. A well balanced Zinfandel does not push the envelope with over ripeness. Food friendly and elegant." Producer notes
Peachy Canyon is a small family owned winery in beautiful Paso Robles on the Central Coast of California. The winery has been owned and operated by the Beckett Family since 1988. Experience the best the Westside has to offer. Come by and sample our award-winning zinfandels and other acclaimed varietals. Become a member of the "Old School House Wine Club" so you can start saving today and take home wines you can't get anywhere else. We hope to see you soon!
Very drinkable. Smooth.
Tasted at UNLVino 4/10/10
Tasted at the 2010 Zap wine festival and I only captured the numeric rating. I’ll have to taste again to get more detailed notes.
The winery's notes on this wine are pretty spot-on. Typical zin nose of dark berries with a bit of vanilla/oak. Rich, full mouthfeel with continuing dark fruit and hints of menthol & carmel. Delicious.
Very good, not as soft as some Peachy Zin's but excellent fruit and good balance
Aroma of stone fruit with hints of spice and cedar. Very full and inviting. The taste follows through with strong dark fruit flavors: dark cherries, blackberries, and plum. Vanilla and cinnamon. Very full/chewy mouthfeel. A little alcoholic heat with a smooth aftertaste. Overall, a very good wine that I think does well with or without food.
External Reviews for Peachy Canyon Zinfandel Paso Robles Westside
Peachy Canyon Winery specializes in estate Zinfandels and has been family owned and operated by the Beckett Family since 1988 in the beautiful wine country of Westside Paso Robles on the Central Coast of California.
Inky purple. Spice-accented aromas of candied black and blue fruits, licorice and cola, with a subtle floral nuance emerging with air. Lush and expansive, offering bitter cherry and boysenberry flavors supported by gentle acidity. Soft tannins add shape to the slightly warm finish, which strongly repeats the boysenberry and spice notes.
A zesty red, with bold aromas of smoky cherry and ripe but distinctive plum, rhubarb and spice flavors. Drink now through 2016.
Lovely aromas, like a cherry-filled chocolate-caramel candy, and itrsquo;s great drinking, too. Complex wild berry fruit and spice fill the mouth in a delightful explosion of flavor. Thankfully, itrsquo;s dry and balanced, despite hefty alcohol.
This zesty red is loaded with spice, offering dried cherry and herb notes. Drink now through 2015.
Tastes like thereandrsquo;s some residual sugar in this sweet Zin. Itandrsquo;s almost a dessert wine, like a raspberry and cherry pie, with a sweet berry liqueur finish. The alcohol is 15.2%.
Ripe and juicy, with a jammy quality to the ripe plum and raspberry flavors. Picks up earthy mushroom flavor on the finish. Ready to drink.
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