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Zinfandel

Getting Cozy With Zinfandel
Perhaps the quintessential California variety, Zinfandel is a black-skinned grape that produces lush, full-bodied red wines (and the occasional fruit-forward rosé, also known as White Zinfandel). Though it originally hails from Italy and Croatia (where it is known as Primitivo), the bulk of production today is based in the Golden State. Zinfandel madness in California began around the time of the Gold Rush in the late 1800s because of its relatively ...more
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2017 Scarlet Smack Zinfandel

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“Red Fruit, Punchy, Textured”

$18.99 Regular Price$13.99 Members
2015 The Independent® Zinfandel

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3.8

“Round, Ripe Fruit, Crowd Pleaser”

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2015 Scarlet Smack Zinfandel

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3.7

“Full, Ripe Fruit, Velvety”

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2016 The Independent® Zinfandel

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3.9

“Round, Juicy, Crowd Pleaser”

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2014 Cowtown® Zinfandel

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3.9

“Silky, Jammy, Easy Drinking”

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2017 Pacificana® Zinfandel

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3.8

“Structured, Dark Fruit, Barrel Aged”

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Zinfandel

After the Gold Rush and the Prohibition years of the early 20th century, Zinfandel was still seen as a money-maker, but was also planted in less-than-ideal locations, resulting in declining consumer esteem for the grape. Red wines in general were becoming less popular with the wine drinking public, so, in part to eat up some of the large amount of acreage of Zinfandel produced, White Zinfandel was invented by Bob ...more