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1000 Stories Zinfandel Bourbon Barrel Aged 750ml

The wine has a deep, rich purple color. Intense red fruits are on the nose, with black pepper spice and a touch of cloves and dried herbs. The...
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Alexander Valley Vineyards Redemption Zinfandel 2014 750ml

Rated 91 - Kevin Hall makes this wine from two vineyards, most of it coming from the valley floor, with some fruit from a hillside site. Its bold...
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Amapola Creek Zinfandel 2015 750ml

Rated 93 - The medium garnet-purple colored 2015 Zinfandel Monte Rosso Vineyard gives up notes of baked plums and blueberry compote with touches of...
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Bogle Zinfandel Old Vines 2017 750ml

Scents of sun-warmed, wild raspberries bubble up to the surface in your first impression of the Zinfandel. Notes of ripe berries and nutmeg follow,...
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Boneshaker Zinfandel 2017 750ml

Deep red and purple in color, this wine has welcoming aromas of dark fruits with a tinge of licorice. A sip reveals a bright, delicious, and fruity...
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Bota Box Zinfandel Old Vine 3.0Ltr

Bota Box Zinfandel is rich in color with aromas of blackberry, black cherry and toasted oak. Jammy and fruit forward, Bota Zin also features...
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Brazin Zinfandel Old Vine 750ml

The 2012 Brazin Lodi Zinfandel is big, bold and offers aromas of rich black fruit and mocha that mingle with hints of spice and vanilla. Intense,...

Zinfandel

Whether you believe that Zinfandel traces its origins to the Italian Primitivo or the Croatian Plavac Mali, we can still consider this America's own. With rare exceptions, the U.S. is the only growing region in the world to explore its "noble" potential. It is grown through California as one of the most widely planted varietals, and can be "white", red, rose, fortified, late harvest or even sparkling. Even as a dry red table wine, it is made in a myriad of styles and varies greatly as the growing conditions and climate changes from region to region. It is generally full-bodied and potent, with a burly, brambly quality, and can provide a veritable fruit basket of raspberries, blackberries, dark cherries and plums. It can be made claret-like and intensely powerful and structured, with high alcohol, or more refined and elegant. It always maintains a modicum of acidity, making it wonderfully adaptable to food. The finest Zinfandel appellations include the Dry Creek Valley, Russian River Valley, Howell Mountain, Alexander Valley, Amador County, Napa Valley, Paso Robles and the Central Coast.