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Dry Creek Sonoma County Zinfandel 2010



Recommendation: Recommended as a buy.

Winery/Producer:Dry Creek Vineyard; Healdsburg, California.

Grape Variety: 88% Zinfandel, 12% Petite Sirah.

Geographic Origin: Sonoma County, California.

Vintage: 2010.

Price: $16.20

Purchased From: Wine Merchant; Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Pared With: Medium hot chili, cabbage salad with lemon dressing and corn bread.

Tasting:

    He said: Opaque dark red color. Blackberry, black cherry, ripe current and forest floor aromas. Quite smooth, vibrant flavorful taste that continues into a dry, nice acid finish. Robust, full of flavor, nice balance and easy drinking…a good Zinfandel. At $16 it may not be a bargain, but it’s a good buy. And, it was OUTSTANDING with the corn bread after the meal!!!

    She said: Our dinner was ordinary by anyone’s standards and we sought the advise of our favorite wine merchant who recommended a Zinfandel. We happened to have this one and served it up. Amazing!!! It was delicious with the dinner. Although I have to admit that I enjoyed it even more after the heat of the chili died down. the main feature was the luscious dark berry introduced by a similar but milder bouquet. the body is medium and the tannins are moderate but the fabulous flavor carries through the medium long finish. there are better Zinfandel wines available, but I was very happy with this one at $16.

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Bar code: 082491176020