How do you become the world’s most loved wine brand? You start with a belief that wine should never be taken too seriously and a conviction that when you follow your heart there’s no limit to how far your vine will grow.
Take our very beginnings in 1965, when California winemaker Davis Bynum first created Barefoot Bynum Burgundy in his garage. The unconventional name referred to – what else? – the free-spirited method of crushing grapes barefoot.
Clear, dark reddish-purple with a ruby glint, this fresh and rather simple Zin breathes ripe raspberry and blackberry scents, with a less appealing high-toned back note of volatile acidity. Juicy, jammy berry flavors are reminiscent of fruit compote, fruit-forward with sufficient acidity for balance
Robust in the best way possible. Kicks off with ruby red fruit flavors, like cherries and raspberries, then things get interesting with a hint of spice and a lasting finish.
This wine is from United States, California region, Sonoma County sub-region and Sonoma Valley appellation.
Zinfully delicious alongside beef, hearty soups and sharp cheeses.