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94 • Parmelee-Hill 2011 Estate Grown, Zinfandel, Sonoma Valley $35.
Garnet color. Bright aromas of raspberries, pencil shavings, spice, and pickled okra with a silky, fruity medium-to-full body and a long, tangy dried Montmorency cherry and earth driven finish with chewy tannins. A captivating, mouthwatering and delicious zin that hits all the right notes. (tasted on Jul-31-2013)
91 • Zinopolis 2012 Zinfandel, California $18.99.
Ruby color. Bright aromas of mulberries, whole nuts, and pickling spices with a silky, fruity medium-to-full body and a long black raspberry, apple, and cedar driven finish. A very flavorful and balanced zin. (tasted on Jul-31-2013)
85 • Maroon Wines 2009 Zinfandel, Chiles Valley $50.|Find-a-Wine|
Dusty ruby color. Unusual aromas of paper mache, dried berries and roasted root vegetables with a a chewy medium body and a smoky, roasted nut, vanilla and earth finish. A rustic zin to serve with game. (tasted on Jul-31-2013)