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2012 Bedrock Wine Company Lorenzo's Heritage Dry Creek Valley
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93 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - May/June 2014

(60% zinfandel and 25% carignane, with petite sirah, alicante bouschet, cinsault, valdigue and some other black varieties; 30% new oak):  Bright ruby.  Potent aromas of musky cherry pit, blueberry and bitter chocolate, with a smoky topnote that builds with air.  Plush, round and sweet, offering smoky black and blue fruit, mineral and floral pastille flavors complicated by cracked pepper and licorice.  Finishes smoky and very long, with pliant tannins coming on late.

94 Points | Wine Spectator

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