2007 Zero Manipulation - Printable Version
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- winoweenie - 11-10-2009 10:03 AM
Another in the weeners search for Thanksgivingm juice and also for red for gifting. This lil' dude from Peterson Winery in Sonoma is a blend of 82% Carignane,6% Petite Sirah, 6% Syrah, and 6% Zin. Nice brite ruby, slight nose ar first but opened to show a spicy, meaty, berry nose. All came over on the palate. A very nice food wine thats' only shorty is a clipped finish. Definately in the running at 13 per clatter. No alc on bottle but seemed within reason. WW
- Kcwhippet - 11-10-2009 10:32 PM
WW, See if your pusher can get some Snafu Red for you to try. Here's the rundown on what's inside the bottle. Runs about $15.
42% Petite Sirah
34% from Sacramento River Delta, cobbly clay/loam between the towns of Elk Grove
and Galt. 4% from Mendocinoâ€™s Redwood Valley, sandy loam on heavy clay subsoils.
4% from Monterey County, clay/loam on fractured rock subsoils a few miles northeast of Soledad.
33% Cab Sauvignon
31% from Lake County, near Kelseyville, gravelly clay soils; 2% from Paso Robles, east of town, sandy clay and limestone soils.
From a vineyard south of Soledad, alluvial, rocky soils.
6% from Sonoma County, Knights Valley, mixed fractured rock in volcanic soils; 2%
from Monterey County, loamy alluvial soils.
All from Amador County, near Plymouth. Silt/clay with small amount of cobbles, rocky subsoil.
3% Petite Verdot
All from Lake County, above Clear Lake. Gravel and clay with volcanic subsoils.
- brappy - 11-11-2009 06:01 AM
And the Zero Manipulation is 13.4% alc..
- winoweenie - 11-11-2009 09:28 AM
Holy Moly KC there's more numbers there than on the business page of me local paper. Looks like there's 191% grapes in that hummer. WW
- winoweenie - 11-21-2009 10:10 AM
Bought a box of this killer juice and made some Dreamfields Angel Hair last nite with marinara and artichokes and it went together like Bartles & James. Taking it, the Tilia and the Hope to Mexico Tuesday along with some SW for me lovely CB. WW