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Red Wine Reviews


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A nice pairing of Merlot and Sangiovese (8)
2007 Bigi - Vipra Rossa

A boss-ass Zin (10)
2005 Crystal Valley Cellars - Zinfandel

A fair zin, but I expected more (6)
2007 Castlebank - Zinfandel

A dark beauty akin to liquid dark chocolate (8)
2005 Rosenblum Cellars - Zinfandel

A light bodied Zin, if you can believe that (7)
2005 Esser - Zinfandel

A good way to start your day (9)
2009 Eos Estate - Zinfandel

Almost chewy (8)
2006 Concannon Vineyards - Zinfandel : Limited Release

A great sleeper (10)
2012 Sobon Estate - Zinfandel

A waste of power (8)
2013 Martinelli Winery - Vigneto di Evo

A little spicy and dark (9)
2012 Shannon Ridge - Zinfandel : Single Vineyard

Blackberries, vanilla and oak (9)
Rosenblum Cellars - Vintner's Cuvee

Big girl kind of wine (9)
2006 Peltier Station - Zinfandel

Breathing couldn't help this poor thing (5)
Rex Goliath - Zinfandel

Bitch snuck up on me (10)
2010 Rosenblum Cellars - Zinfandel

Cocoa and leather on the backend of dark cherries (8)
2008 Charles Krug - Zinfandel

Dark chocolate as a wine (10)
Rosenblum Cellars - Zinfandel

Decadent exuberance (9)
2006 Estancia - Zinfandel

Devilish seduction quality zinfandel (9)
2010 Rosenblum Cellars - Zinfandel

Dark and wicked (9)
2007 Blockheadia Ringnosii - Zinfandel

Gets to you when you least expect it (9)
2008 Artezin Wines - Zinfandel

Great googly moogly (10)
2011 Rombauer Vineyards - Zinfandel

Goodness at around ten dollars (10)
2013 Shenandoah Vineyard - Zinfandel

Interesting, but not as good as the Grand Cuvee (8)
Gloria Ferrer - Va de Vi

If this is the last word in zinfandel, let me out (6)
2007 XYZin Winery - Zinfandel


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