The nose offers aromas of raspberry, with red currant and cranberry. The delicate nose conceals a rich, sweet palate filled with cherries and raspberries, maple and a touch of mint. Tannins are mouth-filling, drying, and ready for rack of lamb. Highly Recommended. 92 points. DBH

WHO: Dry Creek Vineyard
WHAT: Zinfandel
DESIGNATION: Old Vine
WHEN: 2015
WHERE: Dry Creek Valley, California
HOW MUCH: $35
POINTS: 92

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