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Ernest & Julio Gallo Copperridge White Zinfandel
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by Roussanne293146
I just loved this wine. While in Fargo, ND I was in a restaurant and asked for a glass of Zinfandel. I had to find out what it was and this is the name they gave me. I have read some of the other comments and agree - this is the best zin ever!! I would like a few bottles around for Christmas.
best zinfandel every
by stein13948892
I agree with the wine authority writer who wrote about this wine 100%. This is the best Zinfandel wine that you can buy no matter what the cost.The bottle of Copper Ridge that I have says it is made by the Copper Ridge Vineyard in California. It does not say anything about Juilo and Ernest Gallio vineyard. So I do not know if these are the same wine.
by neeley11947733
I discovered this wine when I was staying at the Hyatt in Huntsville, AL. This is what they served as their 'house' zinfandel. I was so surprised and impressed that I ask the bartender what kind it was and she produced the bottle. I consider myself to have a fair knowledge and appreciation of wines but I had never heard of this one. I also have never tasted a better wine regardless of price. It manages to be full bodied yet mellow. It's not too, sweet nor to acidic. It is as if the flavor blossoms in your mouth. I was so surprised and impressed that this inexpensive little wine rivaled many $45-$90 wines that I had tried. It compliments almost any dish you serve but it can also stand alone. They really hit the mark with this one.

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