Red Wine by Lagier Meredith from Napa Valley, California. Zinfandel from Lagier Meredith's vineyard. Aged for 17 months in neutral French oak barrels. Not at all a fruit bomb, this wine offers exotic spice and great balance. Tribidrag was the ancient name for Zinfandel in the Middle Ages, when it was widely grown along the Dalmatian Coast. It was one of the most important varieties in the Adriatic wine trade way back in the 1300's. This wine is an homage to the noble and ancient European heritage of Zinfandel.
Red Wine by Dashe from North Coast, California. Pale red in color. Intense aromas of pomegranate, cranberry, red raspberries and wild strawberry, followed by earthy notes and hints of white pepper, rose and violets. Surprisingly lucious and full-bodied considering the wine's color. A velvety and mouth-coating texture, beautiful red fruit: cranberry, pomegranate and darker hints of black raspberry and plum. Great acidity to balance the sweetness of the fruit, and a long, sweet fruit-filled finish. A classic.
Red Wine by Bella Vineyards from Sonoma County, California. The Sonoma County zinfandel entices with a floral bouquet of violets and rose petals. The palate continues with anise and pretty red fruit, a silky texture and smooth, soft finish. This wine is approachable and fun, yet structured and deep.
Red Wine by Robert Hall from Central Coast, California. The Zinfandel is a full-bodied wine witha dense core of fresh raspberry and cranberry fruit intertwined with peppery spice. Soft tannins and moderate acidity nicely balance the robust fruit and spice flavors in this food friendly wine. Enjoy with a juicy steak, grilled portabella mushrooms, pungent cheese or a decadent chocolate dessert.
Red Wine by Trig Point from California. Robust blackberry, anise, and walnut aromas with nuances of spice and black pepper. Lush blueberry and plummy fruit on the palate, showing roundness and good structure. Railyard is an older vineyard which gives this wine intensity and vibrancy.
Red Wine by Hendry from Napa Valley, California. Warm, dusty pepper and berry aromas. Structured, with plenty of tannins for medium to heavy foods. Medium-bodied, with bittersweet cacao, spice and blueberry on the palate. Plenty of structure. Sealed with a screw-cap closure, but benefits from airing or decanting, opening up the last bits of fruit and taking the edge off the tannins. A meaty Bolognese sauce or some dry-rubbed beef ribs would be terrific accompaniments. Good everyday value for those who prefer dry style Zinfandels.
Red Wine by Armida from Sonoma County, California. The nearly perfect 2013 vintage resulted in a beautiful marriage of the pomegranate acidity with the classic Dry Creek Valley dark plum flavors and aromas. Enjoy the wine accompanied with tangy citrus glazed baby back ribs for a classic Sonoma County pairing.
Red Wine by Scherrer Winery from Sonoma County, California. Multi-berry tart. Blackberry, raspberry and cherry notes play tag with the toasty, spicy, and loamy counterpoint at this stage.
Red Wine by Zinfandelic from Sierra Foothills, California. The high altitude vineyards and sandy clay loam soils yield a bold Old Vine Zinfandel, deep red in color, with rich, bright raspberry and strawberry tart along with a hint of earthiness which adds to its complexity. Medium to full bodied, the old vines impart elegant, intense tannins. The fresh fruit characteristics are balanced by lively acidity, hallmarks of the Sierra Foothills.
Red Wine by DeLoach from Russian River, California. Opening with aromatically rich notes of blackberry, bramblesand a hint of pepper, our 2014 Russian River Zinfandel is sureto entice the senses. Upon the palate, flavors of roasted peachesand boysenberry are complemented with violets and a touch ofdust. This wine is medium bodied with nice, balanced acidityand great structure, sure to be an instant favorite!
Red Wine by Van Ruiten from California. This 2013 Zinfandel is soft, yet structured, and prominently displays flavors of blackberry, blueberry and red cherry, with soft undertones of dark chocolate and tobacco. Barrel flavors of coffee, anise and cedar appear on the generous finish. These hand picked grapes hail from the original vines that John Van Ruiten Sr. planted in 1952.
Red Wine by D-Cubed Cellars from Napa Valley, California. The D-cubed Cellars Napa Valley Zinfandel has complex aromas of ripe cherries, strawberries and hints of cinnamon licorice and wild mushrooms. The med full body and supple tannins allow the flavors of cherries, berries spice and hints of oak to carry through the very long finish.
Red Wine by Cline from California. Eucalyptus mint, firm structure and exotic spice are key elements in the 2012 Big Break Zinfandel. Big Break Zinfandel is always a robust wine, the 2012 shows crisp black cherries, exotic spice, as well as, a toasted oak characteristic. It holds a distinct dustyberry characteristic (reminiscent of picking wild black berries in the hot summer sun), what Cline affectionately describe as Oakley terroir. Big Break Zinfandel can be enjoyed young but will also benefit from 5 to 7 years of cellaring. Enjoy this wine with big, spicy foods with plenty of zip, such as, Blacked Ahi.
Red Wine by Selby from Sonoma County, California. Selby Old Vines Zinfandel is made from vines that have been in production for an average age of 65 years with the vines ranging from 40 to 110 years of age. That means low production, exceptional concentration and amazing depth. It's powerful, jammy, spicy toasty and thoroughly delicious. Zinfandel can be paired with spicy pasta, or a variety of meat dishes.
Red Wine by Haraszthy Family Cellars from Sierra Foothills, California. Graceful on the pallet with rich, round deep fruit flavors. This wine exhibits aromas of raspberry, vanilla, nutmeg and white pepper. Offers a beautiful bouquet and lingering finish. It is an excellent compliment to hearty pasta dishes and anything grilled - meat, salmon or chicken.
Red Wine by Beran from California. Dark red with a black core and deep purple hues. Sweet cedar, cassis, red berry preserves, mocha, and sweet tobacco. Flavors of dried cranberry, ripe red berries, warm cherry pie and caramel apple are complexed with hints of sweet tobacco and spice. Soft and rich with a fresh acidity and fine-grain tannins on the long finish.