Zinfandel Fashauer Vineyard, 2014

Produced by Bee Hunter Wine

This is leaner and fresher than its counterparts in warmer appellations and almost brings you back to the Italian heritage of Zin’s parents, the Primitivo variety. We’re talking bright red fruits of strawberry, wild berries, red flowers, and a hint of herbs. The palate is fresh and intense with tons of acidity -- yes, acidity -- and can rock with all the things! Pasta with meat sauce, strong cheeses, duck, lamb, spicy Mexican dishes, and even turkey.

Icons/location pin Anderson Valley, Mendocino, California
Icons/wine/red California Zinfandel
Icons/star Rare wine (150 cases produced)

The details

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  • Tannin
  • Body
  • Acidity
  • Sweetness
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Food Pairing

Roast Chicken, Suckling Pig, Duck, Pasta With Red Sauce

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Tasting Notes

Violets, Strawberry, Wild Berry, Dried Herbs

What's cool?

High Altitude Vineyard

This vineyard just borders the Mendocino Ridge appellation which consists of ridge-top areas above 1200 feet and corresponds to the fogline. It’s the extra elevation that gives the Fashauer vines the necessary sunlight to ripen Zinfandel in the cool climate. If you’re sick of overly alcoholic, Robitussin-type fruit bombs, then as my guitar says, “Don’t Fret!”

Anderson Valley, Mendocino, California

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Nerdy Details

What's in the bottle
Zinfandel ()
ABV: 15.0%
Zinfandel from Fashauer Vineyard, Anderson Valley ().
Bottled on: 2020-09-09