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2007 Ottimino Vineyards Zinfandel Biglieri Vineyard Dry Creek Valley
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A nice Zin at a good price
12/01/2012
by Que3731
Drinking nicely now and should develop nicely for a few years
07/29/2012
by Wine13562559
Excellent Zin, with plenty of black, briary fruit and excellent texture. My husband grilled up some steaks, and this was the perfect compliment. Thank you!
Slap yer Mama good!
10/27/2012
by Skeezix
The Wineaccess marketing/review did not overstate what I found inside the bottle. I'm a Zin freak and have strong opinions and expectations with each bottle i try. The Ottimino is not only an in-you-face flavor explosion, you could also use it as India Ink. I won't add my own tasting notes, since Wineaccess has already done a fine job of it. All I can add is this Zin is a top shelf bomber that explodes in your mouth and you'll be tasting the long finish well into next week. Briars, stony minerals, chocolate, and immense stewed plums left me clamoring for more, in addition to the other flavors noted in their review. A steal, and I should have purchased more.

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