Tastes riper than Peachy’s other ’04 Zins, with alcohol close to 16%, and some Petite Sirah in the blend. The wine is enormous in blackberry jam, cassis and blueberry pie flavors. Fabulous, exotic and just delicious, with gobs of chocolate.
The real McCoy here. Pretty aromas of red berries and blackberries ride along dusty spices and earth, leading to a rich , round, spicy, fruity wine. It's notable for its dry balance and harmony, with firm but easy tannins and soft acids.
An interesting Zin that attracts for its range of sweet fruit and dried herb flavors. The cherries, blackberries and raspberries have complex interweavings of thyme and lavender, leaving the palate to discover new sensations with every sip. Finishes dry and smoothly tannic.
High alcohol gives this wine a glyceriney sweetness as well as heat, a prickly mouthfeel boosted by plenty of black pepper. Yet it’s softly delicious, in the Peachy Canyon way, with an enormous array of blackberries, chocolate and bacon. Drink now.
Made in the Peachy Canyon style of great power and ripeness, this is one of the more assertive Zinfandels out there. Blended with some Petite Sirah, which gives it even greater heft, it’s basically a nuclear blast of wild, briary summer berries and spices.
Spicy and dry, this Zin offers flavors of currants, tobacco, pepper and cocoa. The tannins are thick, but acidity is low, giving it a soft mouthfeel. Could be more concentrated, but it’s an elegant wine.
This is a big Zinfandel, high in alcohol and packed with detail. Just erupts in a burst of blackberry jam, cherry pie filling, currant, milk chocolate and anise flavors, liberally dusted with fresh cracked peppercorn.