2012 Lodi Zinfandel
California: Lodi: Woodbridge
Today’s Maison Montagne 2012 Lodi Zinfandel is an easy-drinking, approachable, bargain-priced delight of a wine - that was made by one of our favorite new winemaking acquaintances, Tom Rees. Tom is the former winemaker for Rombauer and St. Supery wineries.
This wine is a light-hearted, medium-bodied wine that is the perfect daily drinker for those looking to economize during weeknights. Save those bigger wines for your really special occasions and enjoy this one with a pot roast, a backyard burger (when the weather warms!) or a big plate of spaghetti.
Heady and fragrant on the nose, with bright Red raspberry, Bing cherry, sweet spice, red currant, cranberry, cedar, and cracked pepper.
Soft and elegant on the palate, with flavors of Bing cherry, raspberry, wild strawberry, plum preserve, brown spice and black pepper.
One taste of today’s wine will reinforce what you’ve come to know about Tom Rees; the man has serious skills. Grab his delightful Zin at 50% off - while you can…
Perfect ruby red, from the edge of the glass, through the clear core of the wine.
Red raspberry, Bing cherry, sweet spice, red currant, cranberry, cedar, and cracked pepper.
Bing cherry, raspberry, wild strawberry, plum preserve, brown spice and black pepper.
Bright red fruits linger for a spell, soon replaced by spice and black pepper.
Enjoy this light-hearted weeknight wine with spaghetti, grilled chicken or your favorite BBQ.
What the Winery Says
- Tom Rees
- Lodi, California