Zinfandel

California's namesake variety whose roots trace back to antiquity (the exact origins of which had been a major research topic until it was discovered that Zinfandel is descended from Plavac Mali of Croatia). The grape of many hats, Zinfandel is most becoming as a dry, ruby red, fruit-filled red wine. This variety is not planted much outside of the US, and is becoming more widely respected as a serious varietal contender with great aging capacity.
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  • Giarrusso Zinfandel 2012

    Dry Creek Valley, California

    An American tradition with Italian roots this Dry Creek Valley Zinfandel features aromas of blackberry, black plum and spicy black pepper. Wonderful to savor on its own or with BBQ, roast turkey or hearty pasta dishes.

    • The Federalist Lodi Zinfandel 2014

      Lodi, California

      The Federalist Lodi Zinfandel is a revolutionary wine created to salute the first President of the United States, George Washington. It has aromas of plum, cherry, spices, a good density, firm tannin structure, and a long, smooth finish.

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