This is an elegant blend of two very unique Sonoma County vineyards. It is a big jammy Zinfandel with upfront aromas...Read more...
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The perfect combination of two DCV vineyards, this is a claret style Zinfandel. Boasting aromas of strawberry and butterscotch, flavors of nutmeg and pomegranate and a finish with lively acidity that keeps coming back. The complexity of the fruit, aromas, and mouth feel will continue to evolve with bottle age and can easily “lay down” for up to 15 years. Try this Zinfandel with sausage, pasta, duck and olives.
This is an elegant blend of two very unique Sonoma County vineyards. It is a big jammy Zinfandel with upfront aromas of black cherry and spice, blackberry palate, and finishes with dark chocolate and nice acidity. This multi-dimensional wine shows big fruit, but is balanced by earthy overtones and brambly spice. Great by itself, but pairs well with almost anything off the grill and shortbread with cream for dessert.
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