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Gnarly Head 'Old Vine' Zinfandel 2017
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Gnarly Head 'Old Vine' Zinfandel 2017

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Wine Enthusiast 90
“This full-bodied wine is saturated with berry and bramble flavors, pushing the edge of sweetness. It's big and mouthfilling, but light on tannins, giving a jammy sensation that's supplemented by traces of dried sage and black pepper.”
Item ID: #3055
Shelf at store5b
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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Wine Enthusiast 90
“This full-bodied wine is saturated with berry and bramble flavors, pushing the edge of sweetness. It's big and mouthfilling, but light on tannins, giving a jammy sensation that's supplemented by traces of dried sage and black pepper.”

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Gnarly Head all started with a vine. In 2004, when our winemakers began their quest to make America's favorite Zinfandel, they sought out vineyards in the Zinfandel capital of the world: Lodi, California. The Zinfandel vines planted in these older vineyards are some of the oldest in California and are grown in the traditional freestanding "head-trained" way. These gnarled vines provide the inspiration for Gnarly Head as the wines these older vines create are bold, full-bodied, juicy and in other words, gnarly.

But Zinfandel is not the only grape that can be Gnarly. Our winemakers select grapes from some of the best vineyards in Northern California to produce wines in our Gnarly House Style. Gnarly Head wines are easy to drink and pair well with food. They are Bold. Sophisticated. With a Hint of Gnarly.
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Reviews (9)

Kimberly

Favorite Wine!

"great especially for the value."

Mary

my go to every day wine!!

Charles

Mark

Like it a lot

"I would share it with anyone"

Robert

Would do well in a taste test with more expensive wines

Mark

Best Zin deal I have found

"As I have a good supply of Artezin ( a favorite) with which to compare, my judgement is that the Gnarly Head softer, more fruit forward, and has a longer finish. Comparisons with higher end zins are beyond my experience."

Paul

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Thomas

Sugar water

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