Turley Hayne Vineyard Zinfandel 2014

$119.99

97 points                        Very limited. 97 Points Robert Parker:   "Possibly the most famous of all of the Turley Zinfandels, is the 2014 Zinfandel Hayne Vineyard from an old head-pruned vineyard (planted in 1902 and 1903) on the back streets of St. Helena near the library. Possibly the quintessential Napa Valley Zinfandel, it is full-bodied, with glorious levels of blue, black and red fruits, floral notes, a full-bodied, seamless, opulent texture and stunning mouthfeel, without a trace of heaviness or heat. It is sensationally rich, beautifully pure, and a classic, world-class wine made from ancient vines that have been translated into a meticulously crafted wine. Drink it over the next decade.."

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Ratings on Delectable

Norman Gennaro

This app is getting worse and worse on its identification. They have to have changed the algorithm to reduce compute time and so now it just picks the first possible match. Sad since it used to be incredible. @Henrik Poulsen same for you?

This app is getting worse and worse on its identification. They have to have changed the algorithm to reduce compute time and so now it just picks the first possible match. Sad since it used to be incredible. @Henrik Poulsen same for you?

9.0

Nic Z

As good as Zinfandels can get

As good as Zinfandels can get

9.2

Steve Matlaga

Oh my ...!! This is a perfect example of what Hayne fruit can deliver. Not going to describe - it's just perfect for me!

Oh my ...!! This is a perfect example of what Hayne fruit can deliver. Not going to describe - it's just perfect for me!

9.5

Paul Barnes

My favorite Turley zin so far

My favorite Turley zin so far

9.5

Peggy Hadley

I've had this wine a few years ago . It had high alcohol.

I've had this wine a few years ago . It had high alcohol.

9.1

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