Opolo Zinfandel Paso Robles Summit Creek 2011

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Opolo's Summit Creek Zinfandel is a full-bodied red wine showcasing vibrant raspberry and black cherry fruit aromatics framed by soft tannins and balanced acidity. Subtle pepper and spice nuances further complement the flavor profile. Approachable and ready to drink today, although the dark color and youthful fruitiness indicates that it will likely cellar well for a few years.

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Opolo Vineyards:
Nearly all of Opolo wines are estate vintages, meaning that they are made from grapes grown by the winery. The central operation comprises of 98 rolling Westside vineyards in as idyllic a setting as the beautiful Paso Robles area offers. The climate here owes a great debt to the nearby Pacific Ocean. The cooling effect of the marine layer accounts for temperature swings – the diurnal range – th... Read more
Nearly all of Opolo wines are estate vintages, meaning that they are made from grapes grown by the winery. The central operation comprises of 98 rolling Westside vineyards in as idyllic a setting as the beautiful Paso Robles area offers. The climate here owes a great debt to the nearby Pacific Ocean. The cooling effect of the marine layer accounts for temperature swings – the diurnal range – that can be as great as 50 degrees from afternoon highs to morning lows. This great disparity in temperatures enables the fruit to enjoy a much longer “hang time” and encourages high sugar levels and concentration of flavors. Read less

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Opolo's Summit Creek Zinfandel is a full-bodied red wine showcasing vibrant raspberry and black cherry fruit aromatics framed by soft tannins and balanced acidity. Subtle pepper and spice nuances further complement the flavor profile. Approachable and ready to drink today, although the dark color and youthful fruitiness indicates that it will likely cellar well for a few years.

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