Updated: Jun 22, 2021
Why am I so excited about Zin aka Zinfandel this holiday? Because I honestly just started drinking this varietal more this year and have really come to enjoy it….Especially this fall season.
#Zinfandel typically has aromas of black fruit (blackberry, black plum) dried fruit (raisin, prune) and oak (vanilla, coffee).
It is dry with medium to high acidity and tannin, high alcohol and a full body.
I enjoyed this bottle from @waltwines over the weekend and it was definetly a great sippin’ wine before our Friendsgiving feast.
Alcohol percentage: 15.4%
Appellation: Paso Robles, California
Appearance: medium intensity, garnet in color.
Nose: blueberry and black currant on the nose.
Flavors: smooth and velvety, black cherry with herbal flavor.
Conclusion: very good wine
Price: $35, you can buy here.
Conclusion: This is a great wine to sip on before Friendsgiving. The pre game.
Wine Rating: 94 Points
*Any wines rated 90 points or more, I recommend. Wines rated 89 points or below means it’s an acceptable wine, but I wouldn’t spend your money on it.*