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2007 Ottimino Vineyards Zinfandel Biglieri Vineyard Dry Creek Valley
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A nice Zin at a good price
by Que3731
Drinking nicely now and should develop nicely for a few years
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!
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.
Old school
by marndar
Classic zin, not over the top. I'm pleased, very good value.
2007 Ottimino Vineyards Zinfandel
by Martin10734251
Excellent Zin. Especially at this price. Would buy again and highly recommend.
Better with Time
by Freeman14162198
My kind if Zin
by Turner11695383
Have tasted 4 bottles of this wine since the initial corked bottle. All have been excellent.
Our friends drank all of ours
by Jessee14085318
Very versatile wine. Good for drinking alone or with food.
Nice, quality Zin......
by Johnson13027091
Needs a little time with air and needs room temps to max out its flavor, power, etc......the Ottominos tend to be a very heavy, slightly muddier Zin but a nice Zin, not the best I've had through Wineaccess but very good qualilty.....good drink though if you get it at the right pricepoint.......
by Crow13882546
2nd btl was more powerful than first tasting . Went well with food. Fruity, smooth, good finish. No complexity. I am changing this Zin to a fair value.
Weeknight Dinner
by Patterson14188457
This was more like a traditional Zinfindel. Fruity, more bold. could use some time to mature, but very drinkable.
Lovely soft Zin
by Barbera275668
Delicious soft Zinfandel -- excellent value
Old Style Zin
by Savukas10672987
Very enjoyable and balanced - not over the top crazy
by martin12692516
more finesse than traditional zin
Good Zin, but oversold by WA on it's power
by Crow13882546
Compared to other sub-$20 Zins: Dk.Red, medium density in appearance. Fruity and spicy, med. body in flavor. Long finish but no complexity. Better with food. Overall, a well balanced but not overpowering Zin. IMHO WA oversells this as "rich and powerful". OK value (value=performance / price) for a Zin.
This is DCV??
by Pizarro14005221
Very light for a DCV Zin. Ripe berry, it of vanilla and oak, short entry and finish. Left wanting.
Less Than Expected
by Gray14065360
A bit of a disappointment. Not bad, but given the pedigree, story, and purported care taken with the grapes, the result is a restrained and somewhat dull Zinfandel. Goes well with any full-flavored meats, cheeses and pastas, but lacks distinguishing nose/flavor characteristics. You can do better for less.


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