2002 Moshin "Bowman Vineyard" Zinfandel - Printable Version
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- Drew - 07-24-2004 05:22 AM
This was a wow wine for me and guests after dinner on a boat cruise in the Assawoman bay at sunset. Clear ruby. Raspberry and red berry flavors with spice and a hint of clove. Pushing the late harvest style. Viscous and full bodied but not weighty. Very long finish. I wouldn't be surprised if it contained RS due to the sweet componet it exhibited. A delight to drink. 15.8%alc/vol. $20. Only 200 cases produced.
- winoweenie - 07-24-2004 06:23 AM
Will know today if my pusher can obtain the sucker. WW
- Glass_A_Day - 07-24-2004 06:46 AM
I did a little reasearch as I too would love to try. None of my usual places seem to have it, but it does appear to be available from the winery directly. They have an orderform online. http://www.moshinvineyards.com
[This message has been edited by Glass_A_Day (edited 07-24-2004).]
- Drew - 05-16-2009 08:23 AM
Popped another on the boat on a sunset cruise with Eileen and Mom. Really killer zin that just keeps going and going. Has now developed some brown sugar nuances. Eileen loves this zin and I surprised her, didn't tell her what we'd be drinking until her first sip and she knew it was a Moshin without me telling her. BTW, found another bottle of this in Coastal Wine on the way down. Have several left.
- wondersofwine - 05-16-2009 10:04 AM
The winery is in Healdsburg, CA so I assume the wine is from Sonoma County.
- Drew - 05-16-2009 02:43 PM
Bottle sez, Produced and bottled by Moshin Winery Felton, California. Front label sez Shenandoah Valley. Is that near Healdsburg and Sonoma County?
- Kcwhippet - 05-16-2009 09:16 PM
Shenandoah Valley is up in the Sierra foothills - in Amador County.