ZAP's mission is to spread the word about Zinfandel and its historic and cultural significance. ZAP has partnered with us to provide you with some truly special collections of Zinfandel that help you experience the range of this extraordinary grape.
Each collection captures a representative theme that demonstrates Zinfandels many styles, regional characteristics, and flavors. Collections feature a single bottle from six different vintners so you can compare styles of winemaking from some of your favorites while you explore new wineries and expand your Zinfandel horizons.
To be designated a single vineyard wine, at least 95% of the fruit must come from the same vineyard. These wines capture the story of the land, telling the story loud and clear of the vines from which they were grown. To make a single vineyard wine, the winemaker must be in sync with the vineyard and coax out the nuances of the terroir without their winemaking style drowning out that voice. This Single Vineyard Designate Zinfandel collection offers selections from some of California’s famous Zinfandel vineyards.
(Zin Collection #1 offers old-vine Zinfandel).
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A portion of the sale benefits ZAP and helps support their programs. (www.zinfandel.org).
2010 Gamba Vineyards and Winery Starr Road Ranch Moratto Vineyard Zinfandel (Russian River Valley): Limited release! The Estate Vineyard, planted in 1900, is dry farmed and maintained with labor intensive, organic, traditional hand farming methods.
Green & Red Vineyard Tip Top Vineyard Zinfandel (Chiles Valley): Uppermost mountain vineyard at 1700 feet. Dark cherry and raspberry aromas spiced with bay laurel and the surrounding chaparral.
2008 JR Wines Georges Vineyard Zinfandel (Napa Valley): 92 Points --Wine Enthusiast: "As rich and ripe as they get, bursting with fresh raspberries, cherries and mocha, and that briary, brambly quality of wild forest nettles."
McNab Ridge Wines Conaniah Vineyard Zinfandel (Mendocino County): Cononiah Vineyard is located on the Talmage Bench; head-pruned and meticulously cared for, the vines produce a wine ripe with flavors of rasperry and cherries.
2010 Seghesio Family Vineyards Cortina Zinfandel (Northern Sonoma County): Bright aromas of dark cherry and black raspberry; upfront fruit appeal with underpinnings of complexity and slight white pepper spice.
2011 Terra d'Oro Wines Deaver Vineyard Zinfandel (Amador County): Planted in 1881 Zin vines produce the Grandfather among Zinfandels with classic Amador spices including allspice, cardamom and clove.
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