Pezzi King 2013 Serracino Reserve Zinfandel (Dry Creek Valley) Review

The Pezzi King 2013 Serracino Reserve Zinfandel (Dry Creek Valley) wine is of the Zinfandel variety from the USA, produced within the Serracino Reserve vineyard in the California province. The cost is $48. This wine has a score of 95/100 (an outstanding score).

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  • Aromas of toasted nut, dried herb, cherry and balsam are ripe. The round, easy palate offers dried black cherry and a hint of mocha alongside bracing tannins.
  • This is a rounded, well-balanced wine that shows a good balance between fruit and acidity. It has a smooth texture, a touch of sweetness to clear the mouth and finish. Drink this fresh and juicy wine now.
  • This is a fresh, fruity wine that is ready to drink. It has its own charm, its acidity, its fruitiness and its bright aftertaste. Drink now.
  • Aromas of bramble, dark berry and a whiff of truffle lift out of the glass. The firm palate offers dried black cherry, a hint of clove and a hint of coffee alongside bracing tannins. Drink through 2017.
  • The best part of this well-priced wine is the addition of a few extra months in the barrel. This has a beautiful, silky texture that is laced with juicy black cherry and cranberry flavors. High acidity and a long finish make it a great apritif wine.
  • Lightly perfumed, this opens with a woody aroma of vanilla and spice followed by a juicy, almost honeyed palate of black cherry, blackberry and black pepper. It finishes with a whiff of toast and a hint of spice.
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