Grand Horse

2012 Lodi Zinfandel

Zinfandel

California: Lodi

$40.00
Avg. Price
$15.99
(60% off)

Mission Briefing

Codename:

High Horse

Today’s Grand Horse 2012 Lodi Zinfandel will not last the day! This bright, tasty wine is the perfect easy drinking Zinfandel for a simple dinner, backyard BBQ or an afternoon of entertaining.

Have a big event upcoming but don’t want to break the bank? Grab a few cases of this pleasing, value-priced gem.

Super bright and jammy with loads of red fruit. Aromas of Bing cherry, raspberry, pomegranate, cedar incense, berry bramble, sweet spice, wild strawberry and toasty oak waft from the glass.

Darkly juicy on the palate, with flavors of grilled cherry, mission fig, black cherry juice, wild strawberry, spice box, leather, baker’s chocolate and cedar.

We’ve become big fans of the wines that are made by winemaker, Dwight Bonewell. His wines always deliver fantastic value - and a great drinking experience. Today’s wine is one of the lowest-priced wines made by Dwight, whose big Napa Valley Cabernets fetch upwards of $100 a bottle. Today’s wine is an easy-drinking steal!

Decant for optimal flavor and deepest aromatics. Enjoy!

Tasting Profile

Look:

The gemlike ruby red heart of this wine is encircled by a glinting ring of bright pink.

Smell:

Bing cherry, raspberry, pomegranate, cedar incense, berry bramble, sweet spice, wild strawberry and toasty oak.

Taste:

Grilled cherry, mission fig, black cherry juice, wild strawberry, spice box, leather, baker’s chocolate and cedar.

Finish:

Silky on entry, then very gradually drying as easy tannins grip in first at the edges of the palate, spreading inward. At the end, a bit of warm spice lingers on.

Pairing:

Enjoy this wine with a big plate of spaghetti with a meaty red sauce, or a grilled backyard burger with tangy BBQ sauce.

What the Winery Says

Winemaker
Dwight Bonewell
Varietal
Zinfandel
Vintage
2012
Appellation
Lodi, California
Abv
14.0%

About the Winery

$40.00
Avg. Price
$15.99
(60% off)
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