(2011 Vintage) Generously fruity aroma with toasted oak character, hints of blueberry jam, licorice, coffee and vanilla.
Probably one of the finest Zinfandels you can find in liquor stores and worth the mid range price. Definitely worth its name, because as with most deadly sins, you will keep coming back for more.
Probably one of the finest Zinfandel you can find in liquor stores and worth the mid range price. Definitely worth its name, because as with most deadly sins, you will keep coming back for more.
Strong, in both APV and flavor. Has a vaguely peppery note and is quite full.
Not wild about the flavor, deep flavor little on the bitter side for my taste
Shared with Ben at dinner (home), a recommendation from Melissa! Loved it.
Not wild about the flavor it's not bad it's not that great tasting either.
Smokey, barbecue flavor. Big nose. Like drinking bacon.
Supple and buttery finish with hints of peppery finish.
I think your database of wines needs to be updated.
My new fav....so complex...so smooth...so delish.
Deep earthy oak flavor with great finish
My absolute favorite!!
Luscious fruit, rich
Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wines(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(2004 Vintage) Rating: 88/100 - As reviewed in Wine Advocate # 165 on Jun-06