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Nervo Station Vineyard, located on a hillside in the western part of Alexander Valley, has two blocks of Zinfandel planted in 1896 and one block planted in 1934. As is typical of older Zinfandel Vineyards, ...
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Red, black, and blue fruit, fresh loam, nuances of roasted grains, mouth–watering acidity and good flavor persistence. Our old vine Zinfandel represents the labor of three generations of the Scherrer ...
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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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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 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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Dark in color with garnet edges, this wine bursts with aromas of toasted spices, black pepper, brambly fruit, fresh fig, and black olive. The palate shows notes of tart cranberry, fresh leather, blackberry ...
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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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90 points Wine Spectator - Floral black cherry aromas open to well-balanced and elegantly complex flavors of raspberry, fresh anise and smoky pepper. Drink now through 2022. From its lovely dark violet ...
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93 Point Wine Spectator - Deep and intense, with aromas of wild berry and licorice to the bold, ripe flavors of dark plum, smoky cracked pepper and grilled herb. The tannins are firm. Drink now through ...
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Fresh, bright berry fruit from our heritage russian river vineyard combined with the ripe peppery jamminess from our Alexander Valley vineyards make for wonderful diversity of flavor showcasing the best ...
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Gino’s Zinfandel is a blend of three family vineyards in Sonoma County - Italo’s, Gino’s and La Promessa Vineyards. The selection of Zinfandel, Carignane and Petite Sirah represents a traditional blend ...
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Our Dry Creek Federalist Zinfandel is hand-crafted to bring out the true individuality of the Zinfandel grape. The Dry Creek Valley has unique characteristics that make it especially well-suited for cultivation ...
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93 Points The Tasting Panel - A spiced spread of herb-laden blackberry compote kept dry with a brush stroke of tannins, keeping each sip fresh. Salted chocolate ignites a juicy, brambly boysenberry finish.
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Mouthwatering aromas of watermelon and tangerine give way to bright strawberry and rhubarb flavors in this fruity,refreshing White Zinfandel.
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Red currant and raspberry aromas are accented with vanilla, clove and briar that are signature to true Sonoma County Zinfandel. The lush mouth-feel is accentuated with rich blackberry flavors finished with ...
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Sonoma County is situated between Napa Valley and the Pacific Ocean with a range of cooler to warmer climates all within this one region. Sonoma County wineries take advantage of this range to produce varieties that are best suited to the geography.

The region has given rise to hundreds of Sonoma County wineries. It yields everything from full-bodied reds to rich whites and softer reds. The most popular varieties include Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Merlot and Zinfandel.

Sonoma County is also known for its value. Check out popular varieties of still, sparkling and kosher wines at Wine Chateau. We offer discounts on the best bottles and cases of Sonoma County wines.

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