Talty Vineyards and Winery
2009 Dry Creek Valley Zinfandel
California: Sonoma County: Dry Creek Valley
And the winner is...
Named 2011 Winery of the year by wine critic, Gregory Del Paz, we are very excited to welcome to our pages for the first time, Talty Vineyards.
Warning: Today’s extraordinary wine will sell out.
VERY highly recommended, today’s 2009 Talty Vineyards Dry Creek Valley Zinfandel really captivated our entire tasting panel. The light color of the wine did not prepare us for the delight that our other senses were soon to enjoy. This wine is aromatic, elegant on the palate and absolutely bursting with delicious flavors. The light ruby hues, uncommon for a Zin, really had no bearing on the bold juiciness of the wine.
Act quickly, dear Operative, once this wine is gone… it’ll be gone forever.
Pretty and delicate with lighter coloration than one would expect from a Dry Creek Valley Zinfandel. Light ruby hues are inviting and intriguing.
Juicy and fragrant with a bold rush of fruit and spice. Bing cherry and raspberry meld with red currant, roadside chestnut, black pepper and flint.
Delicious, bold and balanced with juicy raspberry, alpine strawberry, baked red apple, crushed black currents. Under these, flint, dried fall leaves, subtle spice and black pepper make a soft appearance.
Mouthwatering, bright and juicy, this wine has a very long and very luscious and ultra-balanced finished.
Pair this stunning, food-friendly wine with a juicy grilled steak or a roasted, herb-rubbed pork loin.