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2014 Sebastiani Zinfandel, Sonoma County

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Deep ruby with fruit-forward notes of raspberry and plum, accented by white pepper and vanilla spice. Juicy flavors and a finish with nice tannins that balance out the lush, berry texture.

Winemaker Notes
Our 2014 Zinfandel is deep ruby as you pour it into the glass. Its fruit-forward notes of raspberry and plum are accented by white pepper and vanilla spice. These fruit-forward notes carry through to the palate with juicy flavors of raspberry, wild dark berries and white pepper with a touch of cinnamon. The finish has nice tannins that balance out the lush, berry texture. David Nakaji, Winemaker
Food Pairing Notes
A joy to drink now, it pairs nicely with a grilled steak or red pasta dish.
76% Zinfandel, 11% Syrah, 8% Malbec, 3% Barbera, 2% Petit Verdot
Wine Specs
Sonoma County
Harvest Date
September 16 - to October 8, 2014
5.3 g/L
Aged 9 months in new and used French, and American oak barrels
Alcohol %
Production Notes
Harvested in small lots, the grapes were allowed to cold soak up to three days before fermentation. They were inoculated with yeast strains specifically that enhance the raspberry fruit and fermentation completion. The wine was pressed off slightly sweet to avoid excessive tannins. The individual lots were racked off the lees and re-racked into one, two and three-year-old French and American oak barrels. It was aged for 9 months in barrel.
Vineyard Notes
Sonoma County is among the finest regions in the United States for Zinfandel. The core of this wine comes from four of the best AVAs for this quintessential American grape: Dry Creek (benchland, terra rosa), Alexander (gravelly alluvial), Chalk Hill and Russian River Valleys. The Syrah blended with it comes mainly from Lake County, which excels in Syrah production. 2014 was our second drought year throughout winter and spring. We had bud break in late-March and good fruit set in early May. Summer was consistently warm, but in our eyes not too extreme. The warm weather lasted until early fall making for an unseasonably early harvest and presenting a more fruit forward vintage. Due to advanced temperatures in September, the grapes were harvested slightly earlier than average from September 16th to October 8th producing a more fruit-forward, and ripe Zinfandel.
Released February 2017