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Zinfandel wine is made almost exclusively in California. it is a grape that is known for its intensity and versatility. Zinfandel vines can grow for a century, as they get older, the wines produced from them increase in intensity.
Zinfandel, or Zin for short, is versatile because it produces different flavored wines. You can find full-bodied, spicy Zinfandel, or full-bodied, sweet Zinfandel that tastes like berries.
Zinfandel's versatility spreads into the food you can enjoy it with.
Try old-vine Zinfandel with barbecued chicken, blue cheese or other strong cheeses, even spicy food. Zinfandel also matches well with pizza, grilled meat like steak or ribs, game meat, pasta with red sauce and sausage.
Famous Zinfandel Wineries
Perhaps the most famous Zin winery is the Ravenswood Winery. They have made a name for themselves in making intense wines.
Francis Ford Coppola Winery
The Coppola Winery makes a Diamond Collection Zinfandel from a blend of old vines grown in Amador County, Paso Robles and Sonoma.
Four Vines Winery
Four Vines offers you two Zinfandels, one from the Sierra Foothills and the other from the Central Coast.
Four Vines Sierra Foothills Zinfandel is called The Maverick.
Four Vines Central Coast Zinfandel is called "Biker." It is from the Paso Robles area.
Seghesio Family Vineyards offers you two Zinfandels from Sonoma County.
These vines were planted by Edoardo Seghesio back in 1895. You will enjoy aromas and flavors of fruit, wild berries, spices and vanilla in this wine.
Made from a blend of grapes grown in the Dry Creek and Alexander Valleys, this wine has received high honors and countless accolades from Robert Parker, Wine Spectator, Wine Enthusiast and more over the many years that Seghesio has made this Zinfandel. Enjoy aromas and flavors of dark fruit, spices and wild berries.