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Michael David Winery 'The Seven Deadly Zins' Zinfandel
$13.19 USD
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Wine Description

(From 2013 Vintage) A Lodi Zinfandel at its finest, this wine showcases the style you've come to love and expect from 7 Deadly Zins. It offers fresh ground pepper and an array of spices, thanks to the 12 months in American oak. Dried fruit (cranberries and dates) on the mid palate, with a finish reminiscent to a slice of warm boysenberry pie. This is a great value Zin that satisfies every time.

Winemaker's Notes

(From 2013 Vintage) Crushed berry, soft oak and cigar box notes create a fragrant appeal that leaves you wanting more. This wine shows explosive, concentrated fruit in the mouth, with plenty of acidity to balance the ripeness, offering crushed wild berry, spice and black berry compote on the finish.

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    Notes of sweet plums and pepper dominate the nose, while flavors of blueberry, raspberry, cinnamon, and black pepper pack the palate from start to finish. The silky-smooth tannins hold the wine together and deliver a soft, fruit driven experience. Gluttonous Pairings: Our 7 Deadly pairs sinfully well with BBQ’d Salmon, prime rib or grilled veggies. Get crazy with delectable dark chocolate desserts! Wine Advocate The 2007 7 Deadly Zins is a knock-out bargain. Aged completely in American oak, it is loaded with berry fruit, pepper, spice, and earth characteristics. This rich, full-bodied, opulent, luscious Zinfandel can be drunk now and over the next several years. Score: 90. —Robert Parker, August 2009.

    about 5 years
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    cherry flavor -good. Smooth, fruity finish, not mineral or sharp

    over 5 years
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    stinky, leather, earthy smell, smooth but not a lot of depth

    over 5 years
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    Good, spicy Zin

    over 5 years
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    slight sweet tast good price when on sale

    almost 6 years
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    Spicy currant blackcherry

    almost 6 years
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    Ben liked at yNot

    over 4 years
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    about 3 years
Expert Reviews
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  • Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wines
    (From 2004 Vintage) Extreme in its ripeness and never keen on well-defined fruit, this palate-coating effort offers up glimmers of dried grapes that are overlain with suggestions of smoke and tar. Very full in the mouth and rather viscous in feel, it will defy easy mealtime matching with food but will be liked by fans of full-blown Zins.
  • Wine Advocate
    (From 2004 Vintage) Rating: 88/100 - As reviewed in Wine Advocate # 165 on Jun-06