Lot 811 | 2019 Lodi
A fabulous expression of Lodi's famous old vine Zinfandel.
Gold Medal, 2021 Denver Int'l Wine Competition
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Opens out of the glass with the archetypal Lodi nose of spiced raisin, boysenberry jam, cigar box, and sweet tobacco. The entry extends the pleasure of the nose, showcasing jam, plum, spice box, wonderful barrel influence, and expertly balanced acidity with well-integrated tannins. The finish is dry and long, resonating with vanilla umami and additional notes of plum.
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Lot 811 is sourced from a family that’s been farming wine grapes in Lodi since the late 1800s, with some of those old blocks still in active use today. That generational knowledge has naturally led to a mastery of exceptional vineyard management, and beyond possessing an intimate familiarity with the land, they've also implemented the arduous steps necessary to be certified organic. Boasting 91-92pt scores and gold/double gold medals vintage after vintage under its original label, this is an archetypal Lodi Zin from one of the region’s pioneers. If you enjoyed Lot 730, you’re going to love this.