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Rating – 3.5/5
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The Donna Review
A Zinfandel variety isn’t one that I have tried before, and would like to try more California wines in the future.
There is a slight brown tinge on pouring but looks more like a Pinot Noir in the glass – much lighter than a Sauvignon in colour. But I do prefer a Pinot Noir over this grape. But maybe I will look out for a more expensive bottle to try. Also a screw top effect the taste as it has come from California – corkscrew might be better.
Man with no palate Review
I don’t ever recall having drunk a Zinfandel. But this is a really easy wine to drink. Doesn’t really leave any aftertaste, is light but tasty, its almost a revelation and to be honest if this wine is as good as it is for under $10 I am intrigued if a $20 is better or even much better. There is not much to fault. Slightly bitter aftertaste but I suppose if this was much more of a mature wine at a higher price it would be interesting to see if there is much difference.
Wine Rating: 3.5/5
Young & Co Super Fresh Zinfandel 2018 Bottle Label Description
Discover a work of exciting flavours with Young & Co super fresh.
This is a stylish little number out of California rich and robust with blackberry and blueberry notes and a subtle hint of anise. Imagine the warm California sun as you breathe in the aromas of ripe plum, blackberry, black spice and cocoa. Zinfandel fans will appreciate the lingering spice finish.
A medium bodied Zinfandel it is a wondering accompaniment to beef, port, venison and lamb.
Food Adventure; explore a new sticky ribs recipe, it would make an ideal match for the Zinfandel.