Benessere Zinfandel St. Helena Estate Black Glass 2005

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Black Glass Zinfandel is known for its distinctive spicy cherry and raspberry jam characteristics apparent in the nos...

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Winemaker's Notes:

Black Glass Zinfandel is known for its distinctive spicy cherry and raspberry jam characteristics apparent in the nose. In addition, the 2005 has considerable depth and layers of black fruit, cinnamon and clove in the nose as well as the palate. Pair our BG Zin with New York steaks, lamb chops and white cheddar or Maytag blue cheese. The 2005 vintage will age well for the next seven years. We call the vineyard "Black Glass" for the obsidian arrowheads, spearheads and chippings left by the Native American-Wappo Indian Tribe who hunted and lived on the land from BC to the 1800's. These old hunting grounds now yield fruit worthy of our estate vineyard designation and the historical association from which it was derived. Sugar: 0.0 Oak: 40% New

Black Glass Zinfandel is known for its distinctive spicy cherry and raspberry jam characteristics apparent in the nose. In addition, the 2005 has considerable depth and layers of black fruit, cinnamon and clove in the nose as well as the palate. Pair our BG Zin with New York steaks, lamb chops and white cheddar or Maytag blue cheese. The 2005 vintage will age well for the next seven years. We call the vineyard "Black Glass" for the obsidian arrowheads, spearheads and chippings left by the Native American-Wappo Indian Tribe who hunted and lived on the land from BC to the 1800's. These old hunting grounds now yield fruit worthy of our estate vineyard designation and the historical association from which it was derived. Sugar: 0.0 Oak: 40% New

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