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The Prisoner was inspired by the “mixed blacks” first made by the Italian immigrants who originally settled in Napa Valley. The Prisoner is now the most recognized Napa Valley red blend, leading the resurgence of interesting blends by incorporating Zinfandel with the unlikely mix of Cabernet Sauvignon, Petite Sirah, Syrah, and Charbono.
Features enticing aromas of Bing cherry, dark chocolate, clove, and roasted fig. Persistent flavors of ripe raspberry, boysenberry, pomegranate, and vanilla linger harmoniously, for a smooth and luscious finish.
$19.00Multi-vintage blend of declassified fruit from Morgan Twain-Peterson MW's Bedrock Vineyard in Sonoma County. Mainly Zinfandel. Mid ruby. Thyme, baked, mixed fruit, dusty minerality and some white-pepper tones, with dark-chocolate and clove hints -- nice depth and complexity. Chewy, quite firm tannins, with depth of mixed-berry, savoury, spicy fruit and a decent-length, chocolate finish. Classic old-vine Zin blend from a master craftsman.
Saldo doesn’t fit in, but that doesn’t matter. When you’re from “here and there” (that’s what Saldo means in Latin), you don’t need to form to one, single place. That’s the funny thing about expectations—they’re made to be broken.
Dark ruby color with bold aromas of black licorice, black pepper, cherry, and baking spice. The entry is rich, full, and scintillating. The palate is mouthwatering and smooth with a hint of chocolate. The finish is voluptuous with soft, velvety tannins.
$15.00Big, bold and offers aromas of rich black fruit and mocha that mingle with hints of spice and soft vanilla.
Serve with slow roasted baby back ribs, grilled flank steak or pasta with Italian sausage.
$24.00Soft and consistent with an excellent balance of acidity and tannins; velvety smooth; closes with lingering sensations of cocoa and coffee.
This certified organic estate-owned vineyard was planted in the 1920's on primarily limestone soil. Though the vines are head-trained and dry-farmed, the soil plays the most important role in distinguishing this vineyard on the west side of Paso Robles. The wine has a brightness with chalk and floral aromas unique to the site and to Zinfandel in general.
$37.0092 POINTS JEB DUNNUCK
A terrific value, this Zinfandel Sonoma County offers terrific, classic notes of dried berry fruits, sandalwood, exotic spices, and brambly herbs in a medium-bodied, ultra-fine, elegant package. Clean, classic style, and it's going to drink beautifully for 7-8 years.
Color: Ruby. Initial aromas of tangy cherry and berry, spice and black tea. Elements of fruit, tannin and acid in balance on the lively palate. Bittersweet cocoa, baking cherries, blackberry jam, straw and spice among the flavors and aromas as the wine opens. Pairing thoughts: seared red meat; a tender, grilled lamb chop; dry-rubbed barbecue of any kind (without too much sweet or heat); dark meat chicken cooked in red wine with mushrooms and herbs; pasta with a savory, meaty, reduced sauce. Balanced, firmly structured and versatile.
94 POINTS WINE ENTHUSIAST
This intense, full-bodied and distinctive wine accents beautifully concentrated black cherry and blackberry flavors with haunting hints of sage, black pepper and balsam. A firm moderately tannic texture is buoyed by good fruit acidity. The vineyard in remote Fiddletown dates to 1865.
$34.00Old-school meets new in this Zinfandel, with just enough polish and plumpness to match the briary rusticity. Offers expressive black cherry, smoky anise and white pepper flavors
$23.00Medium purple-ruby color. Cedary spice, tea leaves, briar, dark berries and pepper on the nose. Light to-medium-bodied, with a bright, fruit-driven palate. On the palate, flavors of cocoa, blackberry jam and strawberry. Easy drinking, moderately structured. Ideal for pastas, burgers, barbecue, chili or a meaty Bolognese lasagna. Good everyday value for those who prefer fruity but dry--not sweet--Zinfandels.