Epitomizes Dry Creek Zinfandel, with expressive and briary raspberry, mineral and white pepper flavors that open to elegantly complex cherry, sweet anise and dust sage notes that persist toward polished tannins. 94 Points (Wine Spectator)
Floral wild berry and orange peel aromas and richly layered black raspberry, mocha and pepper flavors. 93 Points (Wine Spectator)
Big and Bold. A bright character comes through in this full-bodied wine. A distinctive fruit component reminiscent of strawberry and rhubarb comes with savory herbal accents that unfold on the palate and on the finish. Firm tannins and good acidity keep it balanced.
The nose is full of ripe cherry and blueberry with undertones of toasted hazelnut and vanilla. The palate is full of ripe wild berries, spice, and cherry cola, with dusty cocoa and light tannin on the finish.
Warm blackberries, cherry pie and mocha with hints of cedar and roses. Full-bodied, rich and opulent with velvety tannins, it finishes long and perfumed. 93 Points (Robert Parker)
Ripe fruit aromas of red currant and raspberries combine with aromatic spicy notes of vanilla and pepper. Rich, well-structured tannins provide an elegant mouth feel and a long finish.
Bright, zesty and bursting with flavors of black cherry and raspberry with just the right amount of spice.