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Miro "Wolcott & Bevill" Zinfandel - Dry Creek Vineyard

Label Miro Cellars

Type of Wine Zinfandel

Country California/United States

Country Region Dry Creek Valley


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 This is a viscous and juicy wine that does not require a lot of aging to please you. Obviously ripe, but without going overboard the wine is loaded with the “essence” of Zin—wild berries, dark cherries and strawberries typical for Dry Creek Zins. The oak contributes aromas of spice, toast and slight vanilla-chocolate with a bit of a brown sugar. Wolcott-Bevill is just off Dry Creek road on a hill with south eastern exposure. The vines are about 25 years old and trellised. The soils are typical for Dry Creek Valley Cortina type—yellow/ red with ne structure and relatively less fertile and shallow. On the palate the wine is full, soft, and finishes fresh and juicy.

Shelftalker for Zinfandel

Ratings Sheet for Zinfandel 2011


Meet Miro Tcholakov - Winemaker (Pictured)

MIro Cellars Website