Robert Biale Appellation Series Napa Ranches Zinfandel 2006
Supple yet intense, delivering fresh black cherry and toasty vanilla aromas, with zesty wild berry, licorice and cracked pepper flavors that finish with meaty tannins. Drink now through 2012.Add winemaker's notes
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Supple yet intense, delivering fresh black cherry and toasty vanilla aromas, with zesty wild berry, licorice and cracked pepper flavors that finish with meaty tannins. Drink now through 2012.
The Rhone Valley-like 2002 Zinfandel Napa Ranches exhibits a deep ruby/purple color along with an opulent, sexy personality revealing loads of raspberries, wild mountain berries, and peppery, earthy spice. This full-bodied, lusty, heady Zinfandel will drink well for 1ndash;3 years.
Napa Ranches is a top-notch Zinfandel blend sourced from Aldorsquo;s and Black Chicken in Napa, Old Crane in St. Helena, Stagnaro in Calistoga, and Priest Ranch above Chiles Valley. Therersquo;s also a dollop of Petite Sirah, 18%, from Thomann Station in St. Helena. Blackish ruby in color, this Zinfandel exhibits plum and cherry preserves with lavender, pepper, allspice, vanilla and toast on its full-bodied, viscous and fleshy palate. This third vintage has excellent balance and fine tannins.
Another outstanding, sexy effort is the 2004 Zinfandel Napa Ranches (15.8% alcohol), which offers up gorgeous scents of black cherries, licorice, smoke, and blackberries. Ripe, pure, and voluptuously textured with well-integrated acidity and wood, it will drink beautifully over the next 5ndash;7 years.
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