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Another excellent wine from Hess. Easy to drink. Black fruit with definite notes of black pepper. Read more
The perfect wine for your next barbeque or pasta party. Raspberry, pepper and just the right amount of spice. Read more
From the Hess family of wines, a Zinfandel with fruit selected from three of the great Zinfandel appellations; Napa, Mendocino,and Amador. Jammy ra... Read more
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Another excellent wine from Hess. Easy to drink. Black fruit with definite notes of black pepper.
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The perfect wine for your next barbeque or pasta party. Raspberry, pepper and just the right amount of spice.
From the Hess family of wines, a Zinfandel with fruit selected from three of the great Zinfandel appellations; Napa, Mendocino,and Amador. Jammy raspberry fruit and exotic spice, with rich plum, cola, and vanilla elements from barrel aging. Includes a dash of Petite Sirah.
This is a brand from Hess Collection that specializes in Zinfandel. Crafted by Hessrsquo; talented winemaker, Randle Johnson, itrsquo;s quite a good Zin, classic in itrsquo;s way, briary and brambly and spicy. Drinks deep and long in wild berry, pepper, licorice, Dr. Pepper and smoky flavors, and will be great with a steak.
Juicy and lively, with spicy cinnamon and raspberry aromas as well as crisp cherry, anise and loam flavors. Drink now through 2014.
Herersquo;s a deeply flavored, lusty young Zin that really shows off the varietyrsquo;s briary personality, even though it hails from three different countries. Very rich in blackberries, mulberries and currants, itrsquo;s enormously spicy. Thoroughly enjoyable with barbecue and Mexican fare, like beef tacos.
A fine Zinfandel, rich and briary, with wild forest flavors of black and blue berries. Asian spices, tangerine zest and smoky sandalwood. Full-bodied and dry, itrsquo;s nice now and for the next few years.
This is a new brand from Hess, and a very good wine. The winemaker calls it a field blend, meaning it may or may not be Zinfandel. It doesnrsquo;t taste entirely like Zin. There are blueberries and cherries in there along with the brambly, peppery stuff. The wine is claret-style, meaning itrsquo;s balanced and harmonious despite 15.5% alcohol.
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