This is an easy drinking red. It is uncertain what varietals. Deep ruby in color. The nose shows some cherries, black cherries with slight milk chocolate. On the palate, the same flavors come thru. This probably should be consumed in the next few years. it drinks well on its own but would be fine with burgers.
This is the "second label" of star winemaker Helen Keplinger's home winery. It is made from 31% Sonoma Grapes and 69% Sierra Foothills Grapes. A blend of 55% Grenache, 22% Mourvedre, 18% Syrah, and 5% Petite Sirah. A delicious wine. Purple in color with ruby at the rim. The nose has black cherries, black raspberries, spice, gravel and slight plums and earth. On the palate, this is full bodied but very lively with lots of energy. Black raspberries dominate at the moment but the black cherries are also present. There is also a layer of gravel and scorched earth that is a lovely counte
Part of a tasting of Zinfandel wines. I believe this was a late release from the winery. For a 17 year old Zinfandel, this was drinking quite well. Purple in color, ruby swirls. The nose has black cherries and spice. On the palate, it is more about plums. Not a big or fruity wine at this stage, but plenty of energy and drinking well. More of a claret styled Zin with a nice complexity. Very food friendly.