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Jeb Dunnuck, 92 points
"From a site in the Russian River Valley, the 2016 Zinfandel El Diablo Vineyard just about screams “Zinfandel” at the top of its lungs with its utterly classic perfume of mulberries, plum, incense, and exotic spices. With medium-bodied aromas and flavors, integrated acidity, and a weightless texture, this puppy just glides over the palate and is a joy to drink. It should keep for 7-8 years."

WHY WE LOVE IT
  • BLEND
    Zinfandel
  • APPELLATION
    Russian River, Sonoma County
  • ALCOHOL
    14.30%
  • SIZE
    750ml

Most Zinfandel fans know the two big names in serious, old-vine Zinfandel producers: RIDGE and TURLEY. Ehren Jordan, the winemaker behind Turley’s incredibly high-scoring, rave-reviewed wines for 20 years (not to mention his own label, Failla), left a few years back and this is more or less his first Zinfandel brand since then. We are THRILLED to have a few cases to offer you --- Russian River warmth and lushness, with the touch of a master! Here is Jeb Dunnuck’s review (92 points!):

“From a site in the Russian River Valley, the 2016 Zinfandel El Diablo Vineyard just about screams “Zinfandel” at the top of its lungs with its utterly classic perfume of mulberries, plum, incense, and exotic spices. With medium-bodied aromas and flavors, integrated acidity, and a weightless texture, this puppy just glides over the palate and is a joy to drink. It should keep for 7-8 years."

Normally $50, but we have it at $35 for you lucky Invino users! That’s just because we love you -- and we LOVE this generous, ripe, complex, simply delicious Zin! Will go fast...happy Friday!

THE STORY TO KNOW

Day is the Zinfandel project of Ehren Jordan, the winemaker behind such amazing labels as Turley, Neyers, and Failla. When he purchased a St. Helena property back in 2004, he knew he wanted to plant grapes on the hillside. After a few years of pondering, he decided that the locale was ideal for one of his early loves in the vine world - Zinfandel. Ehren established his reputation as a talented vigneron during his tenure at Turley and Day is a return to those roots.