To make the best wine for your table, there is a time-honored tradition of blending in Dry Creek Valley. It starts in the vineyard, with field blends of Zinfandel, Carignane, Petite Sirah and other varieties. And it continues in the winery, blending different vineyards to produce a wine with classic Dry Creek Valley character. Gino’s Zinfandel represents a traditional field blend that my grandfather, Gino, made each year. This vintage is full of lush ripe red fruit. It has a core of sweet red currant and strawberry with a bright finish which make this a great match for many foods.
2014 Gino’s Zinfandel
|Blend:||80% Zinfandel, 15% Carignane, 5% Petite Sirah|
|Region:||Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma County|
|Vineyard:||33% Ginos , 27% La Promessa, 13% Forchini, 7% Bernier|
|Total Acidity:||6.7 gm/L|
|Aged:||Aged 18 months in French oak barrels|