7 Deadly Zins

Another offering from our favorite winery, Michael David’s 7 Deadly Zins is an amazing blend of Zinfandel’s from seven hand picked Lodi growers.

This medium bodied Zin has a touch of Petite Sirah blended in. It carries a rich red color that shows some purple tones and has a great flavor that nicely balances it’s 15% ABV.
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Bogle Vineyards Old Vine Zinfandel

Bogle’s Old Vine Zinfandel is an inexpensive wine that – unfortunately – lends credence to the old adage “you get what you pay for.”

Coming from 60 – 80 year old vines in Lodi and Amador Counties in California, this Zin falls a bit short of the what you expect from wines of that region.
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Klinker Brick Old Vine Zinfandel

Klinker Brick’s Old Vine Zinfandel is a wine that comes in an absolutely gorgeous bottle. A simple brick pattern and minimal text all painted directly on the glass without a paper label really makes this one stand out on the shelf.

If you like wines with a nice bite and high acidity, this is a good Zin for you, thanks to it’s 15.8% ABV.
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Seghesio Sonoma Zinfandel

Seghesio Family Vineyars’ Sonoma Zinfandel (one of many different Zins they offer) is a good $24 wine. It contains grapes from both the Alexander and Dry Creek Valleys in California’s Sonoma County, and some of the vines they are harvested from are over a century old.
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Cline Ancient Vines Zinfandel

Cline Cellars’ Ancient Vines Zinfandel comes from the Contra Costa County section of the San Francisco Bay area. Most of the vines in these vineyards are upwards of 80 years old, and some were even planted over a century ago. All of that adds up to a rich, balanced wine with a bright red color.
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Frei Brothers Zinfandel

Frei Brother’s Zinfandel is a solid wine for $19. It’s a medium-full bodied Zin with a nice, rich purple color.

Very smooth wine, from Sonoma County’s Dry Creek Valley, you will taste it’s higher alcohol content of 14.8%. Over all, this wine boasts a rich, full flavor that definitely didn’t disappoint.
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