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2011 Three Wine Company Zinfandel Live Oak Contra Costa County
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Delicious!
02/16/2014
by Trebbiano398984
Wow, from the initial explosion of fruity blackberries and plums to the extremely smooth finish, this is exceptional wine,
Winner winner
03/31/2014
by Moeller10400695
Never disappoints. Medium weight with solid red and black fruit. Well balanced, well crafted.
Cline does it yet again!
01/24/2014
by Johnson13027091
Every year I say the same thing. How does Matt Cline continue to turn out such wonderful Zins? '11 is a fantastic example of what a great winemaker can do with a really good grape! Full but not overpowering, Zin spice but not over peppered. Manages to walk that fine line of just the right velvet like tannin with a good nose, good mid palate and very nice ending. This wine is second only to his Evanghelo Zin which I just bought a case of this morning! The tasting notes say this is good til 2024, but each year my case never seems to make it but to the next years' vintage. I can only imagine how good this would be if layed down for 5-6 years! Thanks again, Matt!

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