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2009 Three Wine Company Old Vines Zinfandel Contra Costa County
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by Middleton13444096
some Zin's just take a while , though I was disappointed with the first couple of tastings, this one opened 3/1/14 and then sampled again the next evening matured in the cellar well! Though I managed to spill half the finish glass out the window through the screen, with 20 hours of air it was wonderful. And having to clean up the spill with the (almost) spring breeze blowing the perfumed aroma through the house was a cross somewhere between torture (for not being able to drink it) and nirvana from the heady fumes. now that I know the reward of patience, I wish I had bought more.
by Rice254495
Although it will age much longer, this is drinking exceptionally well right now. Yum! (What wine was the two-star rated drinker drinking?)
outstanding zinfandel
by Malbec254917
As a lover of Zin, I don't often taste one like this. It was fruity, silky, and structured more like a fine burgundy or pinot noir with all the goodness of a classic Zin. Loved it.

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