Zinfandel •Wolcott-Bevill & Piccetti Vineyard
California: Sonoma County: Dry Creek Valley
Calling Agent KGB
Classic Miro, this wine is a true delight on all levels!
Today’s Miro Cellars 2011 Zinfandel Wolcott-Bevill & Piccetti Vineyard Dry Creek Valley is a truly fantastic wine. We offer it to you, today, with our heartiest recommendation. Miro’s style leans toward big, juicy and fruit forward - but with an elegance that gives his wines wonderful balance. His wines are big, but they also have plenty of class.
Today’s two vineyard Zin hails from two exceptional vineyard sources, both of which are known for producing superb grapes used by some of the finest wineries in the world. Wolcot-Bevill can be found in wines from Nickel & Nickel, Alderbrook, Amphora, Yoakim Bridge, Passalacqua, Dry Creek Vineyards, Simi, Arrowood, Beringer, Hawley, Lambert Bridge and others. Picetti grapes can be found in ultra-premium wines from [REDACTED] and [REDACTED], who buy Picetti grapes covertly.
Enjoy this deeply delicious wine with the widest range of foods. Be sure to stock up on enough to last you through the year. We’ll be enjoying our now, through the fall.
Darkest ruby red that takes on a lovely purple hue when swirled.
Darkest black cherry, currant, fig, black plum, saddle leather, dried fall leaves, dark baker’s chocolate, whole espresso bean, tea leaf, tobacco leaf, brown spice and a subtle hint of fresh mint.
Stewed stonefruit, blackberry, black cherry, black pepper, toasty vanilla, dried plum, dried cassis, and dried tobacco leaf.
Dark and ultra-long with pronounced plum, dried mission fig, tobacco and black pepper.
One could enjoy this wine with a wide variety of foods, but we’ll be enjoying ours with grilled lamb burgers with all the trimmings.
What the Winery Says
- Miro Tcholakov
- Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma County, California
- Vineyard Designation
- Piccetti and Wolcott-Bevil
- Varietal Composition
- 94.5% Zinfandel; 5.5% Petite Sirah
- 13 months in French and Bulgarian barrels, 35% new