Peachy Canyon Zinfandel Paso Robles Westside 2004
Unfiltered and unfined to give the consumer the wine that best represents the WESTSIDE of Paso Robles. Each lot was put into 30% new American Oak barrels from Minnesota and the Appalachian Forests. Flavors consist of blueberry pie, ripe strawberries, black pepper, spice, orange rhine and soft oak undertones. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate scores Peachy Canyon 2004 Westside Zinfandel: 89 points An Outstanding Value! California Grapevine (June-July 2006)scores 2004 Peachy Canyon Westside 84/100 points, tenth place. ~ Medium-dark ruby; forward, intense, briary, cedary, jammy, chocolately, very ripe berry fruit aroma with a note of creamy oak; full body; big, intense, concentrated, jammy, creamy, highly extracted; red-raspberry fruit flavors; full tannin; hard, chalky finish; lingering aftertaste. Recommended. The May 2006 Lone Star International Wine Competition gave a Silver medal for the 2004 Westside Zinfandel.
Peachy Canyon is a small family owned winery in beautiful Paso Robles on the Central Coast of California. The winery has been owned and operated by the Beckett Family since 1988. Experience the best the Westside has to offer. Come by and sample our award-winning zinfandels and other acclaimed varietals. Become a member of the "Old School House Wine Club" so you can start saving today and take home wines you can't get anywhere else. We hope to see you soon!
Outstanding zin, with jammy aromas of blackberry and huckleberry with notes of sweet cedar. Flavor palate of huckleberry, cedar, and black pepper. Tinge of eucalyptus added on the finish. Excellent QPR.
Dark ruby in color. Fruit: cherries and plums, with spicy black pepper and , vanilla. Great value, but you've got to like zin's.
One and a half glasses
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