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Barefoot Cellars White Zinfandel NV
This Is a non Vintage Wine drank it in the summer 2009. Full body with strong acid. Smell a little cooked but OK. Reminds me of the better Central Valley wines. For the price of $ 5 it's Ok...
Was hesitant to try this, but was pleasantly surprised. It was fruity (mango, strawberries) jolly ranchers and really really sweet.
Nice affordable zin everyday. Good fruit and finish. Not very complex.
A good value, and a decent wine, not great. It is drinkable but not a wine I would serve with a good dinner. Great with leftovers.
This is my favorite pink wine to date. Barefoot is reliably solid as a winery, and this white zinfandel keeps with that tradition.
Good value. Very affordable everyday wine.
External Reviews for Barefoot Cellars White Zinfandel
Lodi — the source for this wine, though the label doesn’t mention it — has become known as a go-to region for good, inexpensive Zinfandels. This berry-rich bottling shows why.
White Zinfandel aromas of Georgia Peach & Strawberries. Watermelon flavors compliment the fresh lingering finish. - Winery
Clear, dark reddish-purple with a ruby glint, this fresh and rather simple Zin breathes raspberry and blackberry scents, with a less appealing high-toned back note of volatile acidity. Juicy, jammy berry flavors are reminiscent of fruit compote, fruit-forward with sufficient acidity for balance. Simple, luscious, slightly sweet, it’s not a big-style Zin at just 12.5 percent alcohol, but that makes for a more approachable quaff. Apparently a non-vintage wine… I can’t find a year on the label.
A good example of white Zin for its millions of fans. Itrsquo;s off-dry to sweet, with honeyed flavors of raspberries and vanilla.
Robust in the best way possible. Kicks off with ruby red fruit flavors, like cherries and raspberries, then things get interesting with a hint of spice and a lasting finish. - Winery
Food Pairings for Barefoot Cellars White Zinfandel
Robust in the best way possible. Kicks off with ruby red fruit flavors, like cherries and raspberries, then things get interesting with a hint of spice and a lasting finish.