Tight, rich fruits and spicy character.
Zinfandel is a black grape variety that is grown predominantly in California. It is known for its bold, fruity flavors and high alcohol content, and is often used to make robust, full-bodied red wines. Zinfandel can also be used to make rosé wines, known as White Zinfandel, which are typically sweeter and lighter in color. The origin of the grape is still somewhat debated, but it is believed to have originated in Croatia and was brought to the United States in the 19th century.
Hand harvested from the central area of the Perth Hills, this Zinfandel was fermented in small open top vessels before being pressed to a combination of ceramic egg vessels and oak for maturation. When blended the ceramic egg portion provides the tight rich fruits associated with Zinfandel. The oak portion provides the round, soft fruits and spicy character.
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