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2007 Ottimino Vineyards Zinfandel Estate Russian River Valley
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12/10/2013
by Traverse14213693
Finally a wine my husband and I both like!
First Timer
10/26/2012
by Malbec266995
New to wine tasting/reviewing, but this wine was very smooth and delicate to the palate.Nice finish. But we are Zin. fans. Glad I purchased a dozen. Will purchase from Ottimino again.
Nice Zin !!!
10/26/2012
by Tilton12440494
Nice flavor - very smooth will buy again
First review
10/26/2012
by Nebbiolo274240
This is the first review we are providing of our ever growing Wine Access cellar. We have had 2 Ottiminos so far. The first we had with burgers and it was a nice balance. The second time we had it after a much more powerful cab (Grasso from Wine Access) and all we could taste was the fruit. We are learning how to manage our WA cellar with both top end cabs and everyday reds. Ottimino makes a nice everyday red.
Not the best
11/06/2012
by Pinotage290985
I was impressed with the pedigree of this wine, and yearned for a tasty and smooth Zin. Alas, this fell short. I let it breathe for three hours before drinking. There was little to no nose, and the taste was neither fruity nor complex. It's okay for a "house wine," but not for a fine Zin.

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