Pedroncelli Zinfandel Dry Creek Valley Mother Clone 2010

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86 points Connoisseurs' Guide: If very much on the right varietal track and clearly keyed on the berries and briar of...

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Very pretty, and very Dry Creek Valley, with lovely, nice briary fruit that’s full of crushed raspberry and wild cherry nuances. A little plump and... Read more

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Editorial Reviews for Pedroncelli Zinfandel Dry Creek Valley Mother Clone

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065205,645
3.50 5
03/18/2013

Very pretty, and very Dry Creek Valley, with lovely, nice briary fruit that’s full of crushed raspberry and wild cherry nuances. A little plump and easy going, but varietally spot-on with fairly deep Zin berry fruit, good acidity that accents tart cherry flavors on the back end, and a little tannic bite on the modest finish. Also a bit four-square perhaps, but this checks all the boxes. 87 points


User Reviews for Pedroncelli Zinfandel Dry Creek Valley Mother Clone

Winemaker's Notes:

86 points Connoisseurs' Guide: If very much on the right varietal track and clearly keyed on the berries and briar of Zinfandel, this weighty, well-ripened effort is held back by its marked lack of polish. It gives a little too much rein to acidity, heat and tannin at the finish, and, while its fruit may persist, its coarseness is of a kind that we suspect will not be wholly remedied with age. (Jan 2013)

86 points Connoisseurs' Guide: If very much on the right varietal track and clearly keyed on the berries and briar of Zinfandel, this weighty, well-ripened effort is held back by its marked lack of polish. It gives a little too much rein to acidity, heat and tannin at the finish, and, while its fruit may persist, its coarseness is of a kind that we suspect will not be wholly remedied with age. (Jan 2013)

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