The Zins are back!

There's been a real void in our cellar as of late. While it's great to be sold out of a particular wine, it causes a real dilemma for Wilma and The Husband. Truth is, while I love ALL our bottlings, our Zinfandels are the grape of choice for just about every occasion in our household. Case in point…

What could be better than a glass of Zinfandel after a heated argument with a crabby 15-year-old? How about after a frenzied afternoon of business meetings, phone calls and the dreaded carpool? A glass of Zin is always satisfying.

To my mind, Zinfandel really is the most versatile of red wines. It's perfect by itself and sublime with nearly every meal prepared in our family. Zin and tacos, you bet. Zin and pasta, yum.  Zin and barbecue, absolutely!  One of my favorites is my father's recipe, Dave's "Zinful" Flank Steak, which I hope you will try.

Yes, to my palate, Zinfandel truly is the ultimate crowd and taste bud pleaser. It needs nothing to enhance it, yet enhances nearly everything. So, it is with great anticipation that we have finally released an assortment of delicious 2005 and 2006 vintage Zinfandels.

Check ‘em out while they last!

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billh Author Profile Page said:
February 20, 2008 3:08 PM

Don't forget the Trans"zin"dental qualities of the grape. Remember the late 80's when we couldn't keep Zins on the shelf? I was part of 5 "Dry Creek" passport tours back then.

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