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Family traditions always evolve and our Café Zinfandel is no exception. We provide an alternative to traditional Zinfandel wines by making it in a refreshing, smoother, and lighter style. Our Café ...
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With its delicate rose color and luscious taste, our alcohol-removed White Zinfandel whisks you away to a sunny, summer day. Fragrant strawberry and cranberry aromas lead to refreshing flavors of ripe berries ...
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Vibrant cherry and cassis are layered with notes of toasty oak. Clove and cardamom mingle together deliciously, resolving into a long, smooth finish. Tasting Notes A sinfully ripe Zin that breaks all the ...
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A lush, delicious and serious wine but in a fun package! The nose is fruit driven with fresh plum, bing cherry, spicy peppercorn and zinberry. The mouthfeel is soft with a hint of milk chocolate, sweet ...
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The wine opens aromatically with enticing notes full of boysenberry and blackberry accentuated with hints of dust and violet. Dark red, almost purplish, this wine is medium to full-bodied with excellent ...
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This wine has all the distinctive characteristics of the variety: aroma notes of berry and straw; balancing oak bouquet; full mouth feel with rich flavors and soft tannin. Serve at room temperature with ...
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Fresh, bright raspberry fruit from our heritage Russian River vineyard combined with the ripe peppery fruit from our Alexander Valley and Dry Creek vineyards make for a wonderful diversity of flavor showcasing ...
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The 2013 is 100% Zinfandel with aromas of spice, black pepper, dark fruits and vanilla. This refined, well balanced Zinfandel has spicy flavors of plum and black cherry along with black pepper and cocoa ...
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The stronger marine influence of Dry Creek Valley keeps it cooler than Alexander Valley. In a normal season, Cortina will ripen later due to the prevailing afternoon breezes that typically temper the summer’s ...
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The harvest of 2011 had a cool wet spring and cool summer providing moderate growing conditions and a crop size small enough to take advantage of the cool weather . About mid-October a series of storms ...
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Always the most savory of the Edmeades Zinfandels, aromas of bay leaf, cherry pit, crushed cranberries, and dried herbs comprise the wine’s bouquet. Flavors of fresh blackberries, cherries, and blood ...
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Temptation Zinfandel tantalizes with captivating aromas and seduces with alluring flavors. At harvest Kevin Hall selects the grapes that showcase bright berries and spice from our three favorite zinfandel ...
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The 2012 vintage of our Sonoma County Zinfandel is a true representation of Sonoma County’s diverse terroir and is an exceptional expression of the varietal. The wine is aged in a mix of French, Hungarian ...
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This is a spicy yet refined Zinfandel that is beautifully balanced with remarkable color. Aromas of cinnamon and dark mixed berry merge with flavors of blackberry jam, ripe raspberry and a touch of peppercorn. ...
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Crafted from Zinfandel fruit sourced in Lodi, Mendocino, Cucamonga Valley, Amador and Paso Robles, Truant blends a rebellious spirit with classic winemaking methods honed for decades.The result is a juicy, ...
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The U.S. is an expansive country with diverse geography and climate. The wide range provides several wine growing regions, including Oregon, Washington, New York and for local consumption in Texas, Virginia and the Carolinas. Despite this diversity, the vast majority of wine is still produced along the west coast in California. Napa and Sonoma are the most popular growing regions, but there are hundreds of wineries scattered throughout the country.

Regional identity is as indicative of the wine's features as it is in European growing countries, but American naming classifications are far less strict than those of old world wines. Wine varieties and blends from the U.S. have been produced for hundreds of years, but they have gained particular popularity in the last few decades. Browse our selection at Wine Chateau to order U.S. wines online.

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