Top 10 wines in the US press

2011 Seghesio Zinfandel

Seghesio ZinfandelRobert Scheer in the Indianapolis Star wrote that his column this week was pretty straight-forward: “buy this wine.”

He wrote: “This wine tastes like Bing cherries, blackberries, black pepper and vanilla. It’s a little less ripe-tasting than some, especially the 2007 version, which explodes with ripe fruit and is too sweet for some.

“If I were opening this with friends, I’d crack this in the morning, plop it into a decanter or clean coffee pot, and pour it in the evening, so it mellows a little and some of the alcohol smell blows off.”

One Response to “Top 10 wines in the US press”

  1. Jamie Smith says:

    Great to see some leading brands still out there.

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