Tasting Wines


Check out the wines we will be pouring at this Saturday’s tasting!

Klinker Brick Tranzind Zinfandel 2013 (California)


Dark fruit aromas coupled with exotic spice, tobacco and chocolate, yield to rich fruit flavors on the palate with medium body and a firm structure.

Peirano Zinfandel Old Vines 2015 (California)


This bold zin produced from 90-year-old vines features aromas and flavors of black cherry, currants, and earthy undertones marrying well with a hint of spice and a smooth finish.

Zin Sane Zinfandel Lodi 2014 (California)


This beautiful wine has aromas as ripe as dried figs, flavors as deep as blackberries falling off the vine, and a welcoming, broad texture that begs for another sip. While full bodied, it's easy to relax into.

1000 Stories Zinfandel 2014 (California)


Black fruits with distinct notes of black pepper and even a bit of clove spice add complexity to the blend. Also new to this batch is the addition of Lodi Zinfandel, with its iconic bold flavors and big character. Rounding out the blend are some Zinfandels from Colusa County, Syrah from Paso Robles and Petite Sirah from Mendocino. A portion of the wine is aged in French and American oak for 6 months and then aged further in bourbon barrels.

Goldschmidt Fidelity Zinfandel 2014 (California)


Violet-black; rich and intense with black currant, raspberry, and blueberry aromas. Shows blackberry, boysenberry, and red raspberry flavors. Full-bodied and smooth mid-palate with baking spices in the finish.

Easton Zinfandel 2013 (California)


The 2013 has full black cherry and blackberry fruit aromas with a beautiful balance and a big, sumptuous, and juicy mouth feel. It also presents complex spicy aromas, with a nice creamy texture derived from the 10 months’ time it receives in, only, French oak barrels.

Saldo Zinfandel 2015 (California)


Dark ruby color with bold aromas of blackberry, plum and clove. The entry is rich and full, with juicy acidity encircled in flavors of Mexican chocolate, cherry and vanilla extract. Voluptuous and persistent finish with smooth tannins.

Ridge Zinfandel “Geyserville” 2014 (California)


Deep garnet color. Aromas of dried fig, oak spice, and clay minerals. Opulent and full bodied with flavors of rich fruit and exotic spices. Moderate acid and a lingering finish.