Zin from Anderson Ranch contributed hightoned red fruits while Wine Creek Ranch added structure and classic Zin spice. A bit of fruit from Goat Trek brought concentration and tannin balance to the blend. We also sourced fruit from some of the top growers in the region, making the 2012 a classic Dry Creek Valley Zin.
This is one of those rare Zins that delivers richness yet still retains its finesse. There's a brambly mix of raspberries and black cherries balanced by pepper, earthy tannins and enough acidity to keep things interesting. A perfect wine to serve with grilled pork chops (in fact its great with just about anything off the grill) or with a hearty bowl of spaghetti bolognese