West Coast Wine Group Pure Bred Old Vine Zinfandel 2017 Lodi, California

Ruby in color with a wide reddish rim and medium intensity.

Fruity nose of cherries, strawberries, currants, vanilla, wood, spices and black pepper.

Medium bodied with medium acidity and long legs.

Dry and very fruity on the palate with blueberries, cherries, plums, oak, vanilla, licorice, cloves, herbs, spices, dark chocolates and peppercorn.

Medium finish with soft tannins and tangy raspberries.

This is a nice Zinfandel from Lodi. Lighter than one might expect from this region.

Fruit forward and simple. Good by itself or with food. A good everyday wine and good for parties.

14.8% alcohol by volume.

87 Points.

$7.

6 thoughts on “West Coast Wine Group Pure Bred Old Vine Zinfandel 2017 Lodi, California

  1. the real wine is grape in grain, with the intense flavor of bunches ripened in the sun, pollinated by insects, kissed by dew, ripe but not too much, free from fury of pesticides, fungicides, pesticides, pesticides
    a real wine is not a liquid subject to manipulation of various kinds, too many spice, aromas, roots (such as licorice), other fruit, make it a different liqueur and it is no longer wine
    sip wine must immediately send back to the nectars and taste of the grapes of that grape, then it is the best wine served true, genuine, grape juice and nothing else

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    1. What is a real wine? That’s a really interesting question. If you would try the wine from the Roman’s time, you would spit it right out of your mouth. And they drank 4 liters per person back then. So is our wine better than theirs?

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