Bedrock Wine Co. Schmiedt Road Lodi Zinfandel 2018

$35.99

New release!                                         Bedrock Winery is producing some of the most exciting new releases we've tasted in California and the Bedrock 2018 Schmiedt Road Zinfandel is a great new release. 93 Points Antonio Galloni (Vinous): "The 2018 Zinfandel Schmiedt Road, a blend of Katushas and Kirschenmann, is gorgeous, especially within the context of Lodi, where the wines are often a bit rustic. Sweet red/purplish berry fruit is creamy and beautifully perfumed. This mid-weight, delicious Zinfandel is pure sensuality." Robert Parker:  "The Old Vines Zinfandel is an outstanding, full-throttle wine with a Mediterranean personality, with loads of Provençal herbs, briary black raspberry and black cherry fruits, dusty loaminess, a lush, full-bodied mouthfeel and dark ruby/purple-tinged color. Drink it over the next 3-4 years." A blend of legendary Sonoma County vineyards dating back to the 1880s, Morgon-Peterson's old vines zin makes a strong case for the best overall Zinfandel available today. It delivers the exuberance we expect of this generous grape, but transcends any superficial tendencies with a layer or three of earth, tannin, baking spices, and tip-top French oak treatment. A Zin that benefits from a few years in the cellar to develop gravitas and wow factor, but truly drinks great right out of the gates. Bedrock Zinfandels are the best in the business (the single vineyard bottlings are now uber-allocated). This is your chance to drink Bedrock Zin all the time.  Delicious but limited - hurry.

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Ratings on Delectable

Jordan Franceschini

Atypical Bedrock. Ripe with cherry liquor. Stylistically not for me.

Atypical Bedrock. Ripe with cherry liquor. Stylistically not for me.

8.7

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