The Rancho Zabaco 2012 Sonoma Heritage Vines Zinfandel (Sonoma County) wine is of the Zinfandel variety from the USA, produced within the Sonoma Heritage Vines vineyard in the California province. The cost is $15. This wine has a score of 75/100 (a respectable score, albeit nothing remarkable).
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Aromas of baked plum, underbrush and a balsamic note lead the way. The refined, balanced palate delivers juicy red cherry, blueberry, nutmeg and a hint of clove alongside bright acidity.
This is a ripe, soft wine that is made to drink now. It has a great balance between its freshness and body. The crisp, citrusy acidity gives a bright aftertaste. Drink now.
The aromas of black cherry, the wood spiciness and a whiff of game are followed by a densely packed palate that also has hints of black pepper and tobacco. It feels compact and balanced, with a long finish.
Made from organically farmed grapes, this is a ripe, fruity wine. Its acidity and rich structure gives it a lift, and the aftertaste is almost sweet. The aftertaste is a full and ripe fruitiness that makes this wine fragrant and ready to drink.
The annual release is full bodied, with ripe fruit and spice flavors. It has a soft, smooth texture and a finish that is sweetened by a touch of honey. Drink now.
Aromas of ripe plum, black cherry and anisette are followed by a smooth, juicy palate. It’s a meaty, easy-drinking wine that would pair well with spicy foods.
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