Lighter cherry hue with an amazing big front aroma of toasted cumin! I don’t believe I have ever used that abut a wine’s bouquet before but it was unmistakable. The cumin aroma lasted about 1/2 hour giving way to a more citrusy red-grapefruit fragrance. At the $10 price point, the wine is just a value all the way around. Classic spicy Zinfandel berry notes through and through.
Palate–A tad watery on the palate but only as a first impression which quickly gives way to a full blown Zin with coca notes under the spicy red berries making a great accompaniment to stronger cheeses and grilled foods.
At $9 this California sourced Zin is a perennial value so raise a glass!