Mazzocco Zinfandel Dry Creek Valley Maria 2008
This beautifully terraced vineyard overlooking the heart of Dry Creek Valley yields extraordinary fruit. It's an outstanding site for growing Zinfandel, yielding fruit-forward sumptuous, full-figured wines. The grapes were hand-harvested and fermented with native yeast in stainless steel tanks. The resulting wine was aged for 15 months in French oak barrels and bottled unfined.
Food Pairings for Mazzocco Zinfandel Dry Creek Valley Maria
Harmonious aromas of currant and ripe plums open to a fleshy core of blueberry jam with hints of chocolate on the palate. The floral finish is long, silky and complex, exhibiting violets, iris and cinnamon spice with hints of vanilla bean.
500 cases produced.
Aged 15 months in French Oak.
|Alcohol: 15.7%||pH: 3.64|
|Total Acidity: 0.63 grams per liter|
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