Monday, August 11, 2008

Rosenblum Zinfandel Richard Sauret Vineyards 2004 Paso Robles wine review by (PB)

From the king of Zins comes this stellar example of an American classic. Medium to hefty garnet with a tinge of purple at the rim. The bouquet has gobs of ripe plums, black berries and an emerging note of coffee below the fruit.

In the mouth the wine is deeply sweet and lush with velvety tannins that caress your tongue. there is a black licorice note with currants in the rear and a lingering finish accompanied by baker's unsweetened chocolate at the rear palate.

If zinfandel is your thing, this is your wine! It is simply delicious and at a $30 price point, you have to splurge now and again.

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