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2005 Turley Wine Cellars Zinfandel Moore Earthquake Vineyard Napa Valley 750mlRead more...
Extremely big and bold. Very high alcohol content--will knock you out if you don't respect it. :) Read more
Big, bold, tannic, explosive. High alcohol content. Read more
Every Earthquake wine I've had has rocked! It can be a bit hard to find, but its a winner for sure. Read more
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Extremely big and bold. Very high alcohol content--will knock you out if you don't respect it. :)
Big, bold, tannic, explosive. High alcohol content.
Every Earthquake wine I've had has rocked! It can be a bit hard to find, but its a winner for sure.
I love this wine for the price point. It's a wall of rich, deep red fruit flavor.
You think this Zin is great, you should try their Syrah. Simply etherial. Michael David products are outstanding. Such deep rich fruit!
Big, rich and pruney. Has that deep cab sauv base.
One of the best Zin wines I have tasted. 2005 is young but has such a smooth finish. Will have a few of these in the cellar I can't image what they will taste like in 3-5 years.
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