Scott Harvey Wines

2011 Vineyard 1869 Old Vine Zinfandel

Zinfandel •Vineyard 1869

California: Amador County

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Mission Briefing


Master of Zin

Today’s Scott Harvey Wines 2011 Vineyard 1869 Old Vine Zinfandel is sourced from the Oldest Zinfandel Vines in America, planted over 140 years ago. Unlike some other varietals, these ancient vines continue to impart distinct character and flavor to their fruit as they mature.

These old vines are located in the Amador County AVA, which is nestled in California’s once gold-rich Sierra Foothills. This area has been called California’s last great undiscovered wine growing region, and has the perfect climate and soil structure for growing Zinfandel. Deeply flavored, yet incredibly approachable and well balanced, today’s wine is a perfect representation of Old Vine Zinfandel.

We got our hands on every case of today’s stunning wine we could, but it won’t be enough - please act fast on today’s gem!

Tasting Profile


A deep crimson red.


Lush, concentrated aromas of fruit greet you on the nose, highlighted by fresh blackberry, raspberry, and red currant. The fruit flavors are rounded out by white peppercorn, sweet tobacco leaf, coffee bean, freshly tilled earth, lavender, and a hint of licorice.


Deeply flavored, the old vine complexity shines through on the palate. Dark blackberry, wild strawberry, and boysenberry are layered overtop dried Mission fig, coffee bean, mushroomy earth, violets, cherry cola, cherry European licorice, and hints of pomegranate.


A very well balanced wine with a quiet elegance. Fresh fruit flavors linger throughout the finish, with a touch of cranberry at the very end.


Steelhead trout, wrapped in cherry wood smoked bacon.

What the Winery Says

Scott Harvey
Amador County, California
Vineyard 1869
Vine Age
142 years old
Fruit Variety
95% Zinfandel, 5% Syrah

About the Winery

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