Red Wine by Seghesio from Sonoma County, California. The 2013 growing season began early with hardly any rainfall and few significant heat spikes. These ideal grape growing conditions produced wines with a great balance of acidity and sugar, good tannin structure, and excellent fruit flavors. The older vines devigorized root system produces less, yet more intense, fruit highlighting Zinfandel's briary spice characteristic.
Red Wine by Bucklin from Sonoma County, California. The Ancient Field Blend is from a 12 acre block of vines that were planted in 1885. The vineyard is a mosaic of over two dozen grape varieties - principally Zinfandel, but also Grenache, Alicante Bouchet, Petite Sirah, Mourvedre, Syrah, Carignane, and Tempranillo, to name a few. The grapes are co-fermented together. 12 Acres, 30 grape varieties, 1 wine.
Red Wine by Borjon from Sierra Foothills, California. Ruby red, the 2012 Zinfandel Reposado is loaded with aromas of fresh strawberries laced with cedar and clove shavings. Soft and jammy on the palate, the wine is highlighted by bright red fruit acidity. Extremely easy to drink with ample fresh fruit and a long finish, this makes an excellent wine to pair with your Sunday BBQ.
Red Wine by Michael David Winery from California. Deep ruby color that stains your glass, with a nose that opens up to warm Christmas cake and spice. It has a massive core of ripe, muscular fruit and brawny tannins that will disappear with bottle time and help this wine age beautifully. Shows some anise on the finish. This is a perfect wine to pair with a hearty meal.