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California ZinfandelZinfandel is often considered to be California's native grape, although we now know it is genetically the same as Italy's Primativo.
At the low end of the price scale, Zins are fresh and fruity, though not particularly complex wines. As prices go higher, the wines become richer with a bramble quality that adds complexity.
Styles, across the price spectrum, are split two ways. Zinfandel can be drier, higher in acidity, reminiscent of fresh raspberry. Many though are made in a far richer style, with lower acidity, that is more reminiscent of raspberry jam. All can be quite spicy, often with notes of cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove.
A compelling blend of California’s finest ... more
This wine is a blend of three distinctive ... more
Red Velvet shows an incredible nose of chocolate, more
Gnarly Head Old Vine Zinfandel makes a bold ... more
The brambly spice of Zinfandel, dark fruit ... more
76% ZINFANDEL, 13% CARIGNANE,
8% PETITE SIRAH, ... more
As 5th generation growers, Steve and Lori Felton ... more
The coordination between viticulture and ... more
The grapes for our Klinker Brick "Old Vine” ... more
Grgich Hills ages their Zinfandel in large oak ... more
The Michael David Phillips Seven Deadly Zins ... more
2009: 90(+?) Points
- Steve Tanzer, ... more