Turley "Buck" Cobb Vineyard Zinfandel 2014

$65

Very limited Turley Zinfandel. 91 Points Robert Parker:  "The 2014 Zinfandel Buck Cobb Vineyard from volcanic, granitic soils in Amador County, displays a darker fruit character, a similar dark ruby/purple color, earth, tar and deep, rich berry fruit. It cuts a relatively broad swath across the palate and conceals any sense of heat or its power (15.3% alcohol). Delicious, round, seductive and juicy, this is also a wine to drink over the next 5-6 years."

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Ratings on Delectable

Matt Waring

Powerful Zinfandel. Needs to decant for at least two hours to really find its mojo. Explosive finish. Turley always delivers!

Powerful Zinfandel. Needs to decant for at least two hours to really find its mojo. Explosive finish. Turley always delivers!

9.2

William Feinstein

Deep purple color in the glass. Cardamom on the nose. Black licorice followed by plum with a bit of white pepper.

Deep purple color in the glass. Cardamom on the nose. Black licorice followed by plum with a bit of white pepper.

9.2

Matt Forester

2014. Heavy licorice Zin.

2014. Heavy licorice Zin.

9.4

Chris Gillespie

Really enjoying the amador county wines, great vintage, could go a few more years, but so good right now!

Really enjoying the amador county wines, great vintage, could go a few more years, but so good right now!

9.0

Eric LaMasters

Really nice Zin. Brambly black fruit and some interesting vanilla bean notes. Nice finish. Excellent value. Nice after a day of fishing.

Really nice Zin. Brambly black fruit and some interesting vanilla bean notes. Nice finish. Excellent value. Nice after a day of fishing.

9.2

Ryan Fissell

Anotjer stellar Turley.

Anotjer stellar Turley.

9.4

Jason Silverstein

At Stormi's with Rob & Annette

At Stormi's with Rob & Annette

9.5

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