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  1. Ammunition Badgerhound Zinfandel, Sonoma County 2016

    Ammunition Badgerhound Zinfandel, Sonoma County 2016

    We set out to make a Zinfandel as tenacious as the Badgerhound. It was originally created as a pet project, but it has quickly gained a cult following in select markets nationwide. One pour, and you’ll see why. The 2015 vintage presents appealing aromas of crushed raspberries and blackberries are framed by vanilla and cigar box notes. This wine shows sweet concentrated fruit in the mouth with plenty of oak, tannins and acidity to balance the ripeness. The finish is long, rich and intense. This 2015 vintage should age well for the next 5 years. Pairs great with barbecue dishes such as St. Louis-style ribs, Memphis pulled-pork and Texas-style brisket. Learn More
    $17.98
  2. Arndt Cellars Zinfandel Benito Dusi Vineyard 2013

    Arndt Cellars Zinfandel Benito Dusi Vineyard 2013

    Benito Dusi Vineyard is a vineyard planted in 1922 and dry farmed to produce fruit that is rich in flavor and high in brix at the time of picking. The resulting wine is incredibly full bodied with hints of pepper and raspberry and full of soft fruity tannins. Aged 18 months in French and American oak. Gold Medal Winner 2016 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition. Learn More
    $31.98
  3. Carlisle DuPratt Vineyard Zinfandel, Mendocino Ridge 2016
  4. Carlisle Montafi Ranch Zinfandel, Russian River Valley 2016
  5. Copper Cane Wines 'Beran' Zinfandel of California 2013

    Copper Cane Wines 'Beran' Zinfandel of California 2013

    Beran California Zinfandel is a true representation of what Zinfandel can offer with the ripeness of the warmer regions and brightness from cooler regions. Grapes picked at optimum ripeness combined with extended fruit maceration over 30 days at times then laid to rest for 12 months in a combination of American and French oak has created a flavor-packed, easy-drinking zin with a soft, supple mouthfeel and balanced acidity. Zinfandel is one of the most expressive and distinctive grape varieties and when made well should continue to evolve and improve in the bottle. Learn More
    $17.98
  6. Day Zinfandel El Diablo Russian River Valley 2015

    Day Zinfandel El Diablo Russian River Valley 2015

    93 points Vinous - The 2015 Zinfandel El Diablo is best described as a field blend planted with numerous red and white varieties. Exotic and intense, with ripeness pushed to the edge, the Diablo possesses superb depth. Inky dark cherry, menthol, lavender and rose petal nuances add to the wine's distinctive personality. Learn More
    $44.98
  7. Decoy Zinfandel, Sonoma County 2016
  8. Dry Creek Vineyard Old Vine Zinfandel, Sonoma County 2015
  9. Frank Family Vineyards Zinfandel 2015

    Frank Family Vineyards Zinfandel 2015

    Winemaker Notes: Opens with aromas of raspberries, vanilla, and earthy dried herbs notes. Medium bodied on the palate with an abundance of fresh fruit and black pepper flavors on the entry, this wine is round, silky, and finishes with flavors of ripe blackberries. 16 months in 33% new French oak barrels, and 67% once and twice-filled French oak barrels. Learn More
    $31.98
  10. Frog's Leap Zinfandel 2014

    Frog's Leap Zinfandel 2014

    Profound perfume is what comes to my mind when your nose first hits the unfolding bouquet of the 2014. Rich flavors of raspberry and mulberry are underscored with a just touch of cinnamon and white pepper. More elegance than brawn, this wine is where Volnay meets Morgon. Consider a pairing with a beautiful, roasted bird garnished with spring chanterelles. Learn More
    $29.98

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