Zinfandel is a popular grape in California, although it appears to have originated in Croatia, where it is known as Crljenak Kastelanski, and southern Italy, where it is known as Primitivo.
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The 2018 Ancient Vines Zinfandel shows ripe fruit flavors and soft tannins, which make this a mouth-coating rich vintage. Aging on new and used oak has lent this wine a subtle vanilla quality that is nicely complimented by explosive fruit notes. Accompany this wine with slow cooked BBQ pork, chicken mole or spinach mushroom casserole.
Average of 88.5 points in 2 community wine reviews on 2018 Tandem Zinfandel, plus professional notes, label images, wine details, and recommendations on when to drink.
This is consistently one of my favorite Zinfandels. Deep ruby in color. The nose is nice with cherries, slight wintergreen, and sandalwood. On the palate, this seems a bit lighter than prior years. Good acidity. Light tannins. Nice cherries and raspberries with some underlying bramble. Good finish. Drinking well right now, it probably should be consumed in the next eight to ten years.
Zinfandel wine is considered to be the emblem of great Californian wine. The grapes are of Croatian origin, which are now indigenous to California. The wine is boldly fruit-forward, with a raspberry jam-like aroma, consistent with Zinfandel from cooler regions of the state — as compared to Zinfandel of the warmer regions, which produce a wine flavored with notes of anise, blackberry and.
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Our 2018 Wolfson Cellars Zinfandel is a delectable red wine from the sunny hills of California. This wine offers bold and rich flavors on the palate, including the varietal’s classic jam, blueberry, black pepper, cherry and plum. Wolfson Cellars utilizes California’s excellent climate along with a mixture of high-tech and traditional winemaking techniques to produce a classic and flavorful.
Zinfandel is a flavorful and juicy wine that reveals considerable fruitiness and gusto on the attack and on the mid-palate while Cabernet Sauvignon is generally more restrained and refined on the palate. Zinfandels often exhibit high alcohol along with their fruitiness, although top quality Zinfandel is well-balanced. California Cabernet Sauvignon is also high in alcohol but the best ones.
Zinfandel wine made in the traditional fashion may be unoaked, easy-drinking and jammy, or oak-aged and full bodied. Old-vine versions can be particularly intense and rich. Expect flavors of black fruits and spice in all. The full flavors and bit of sweetness make Zinfandel a great match for grilled and barbecued meats, especially those cooked in sweet or tomato-based sauces. And then there.
Arbor Mist Sangria Zinfandel blends cherries and citrus flavors with a zinfandel wine to make this a twist on a traditional Spanish sangria. Contains 150 calories and 0 grams of fat per 8-oz serving. Preparation instructions. Serve well chilled. Ingredients Zinfandel Wine; Water, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Natural Flavors, Carbon Dioxide, Citric Acid, Potassium Sorbate, Potassium Benzoate, and.
I bought this Beringer White Zinfandel Wine 750 ml because it was on sale for a really GREAT price. Im not to big of a white zin fan and im not sure how it compares to other wines. I thought it would be really bitter and strong as ive found most zinfandels are, but not this brand. Its lightly bitter but it also has a light sweetness blended.
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