Soft, fruity and spicy, this Zinfandel is starting to pick up some bottle-age notes. The currant and black raspberry flavors are joined by sautéed mushroom and charred bone accents. The rich tannins suggest pairing it with roasted or barbecued meats.
Good spicy flavors in this briary, brambly wine. Tastes like freshly picked wild berries in the forest, with notes of pine, anise and pepper. Could be sturdier in texture, though, as it’s a bit soft and melted.
This rustic Zin is meant to wash down grilled meats, hard cheeses and tomato-based pasta dishes. It’s very dry and a bit hot in high alcohol, with a peppery edge and firm, rasping tannins.