Seductively silky on the palate, layered with mouthwatering flavors of black raspberry, boysenberry, and plum.
Today’s 2012 Seghesio Pagani Ranch Zin has spent the last four years resting in the winery’s cool, dark cellars. Sold only at the winery, and elsewhere for $45, this library release is seductively silky on the palate, layered with glorious flavors and textures of perfectly-aged old vine Zin. Unless you have plans to visit the historic Seghesio winery in Healdsburg anytime soon, we suggest hitting “Buy” on this impeccable-pedigree Zin from the famed Pagani Ranch Vineyard. Exclusive to Wine Access, 120-cases direct from Seghesio’s cool cellars are up for grabs.
The Seghesios have company in making magic with Pagani grapes — company like Bedrock, Carlisle, Robert Biale, and of course, Ridge.
Pagani Ranch Vineyard is a 125-year-old legend. When Felice Pagani bought part of the Wildwood Dairy Farm in the 1880s, could he have guessed that 125 years after he planted his first vines, Pagani Ranch would still be among the most revered Zinfandel vineyards in the United States? Tended by the fourth generation of Paganis, this bucolic 30-acre vineyard nestled in the rolling hills along Sonoma’s Highway 12 yields some of the country’s most beloved ancient clusters of small-berry Zinfandel.
The Seghesio story is straight out of 19th-century folklore. Edoardo Seghesio left Piedmont, Italy, in 1886 and settled in the Italian Swiss Colony nestled in Sonoma County. In 1893, Edoardo wed Angela Vasconi, the niece of the Colony’s manager. Two years later, the couple purchased 56 untouched acres in northern Alexander Valley, planting their first Zinfandel vines along with a few Italian varietals. Five generations of Seghesios would continue the proud family tradition.
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