Today’s Deal ~ 2015 Bedrock “Old Vine” Zinfandel

$24.95/bottle or $19.95 on 6+



KO!!!  This may be the BEST zinfandel to come our way thus far in 2017!!!  The 2015 Bedrock “Old Vine” ZinfandelTOP-RATED and flies in under the $20 radar.  Think Mike Tyson vs. Michael Spinks…91 seconds into the fight the match was over!  Your palate won’t stand a chance either when you pop a bottle of this heritage vineyard zin blend.  You’ll be floored by BOLD, RICH flavors that are second to none and here is a twist that you never saw coming just like Tyson’s left hook, the DISCOUNT:  Bottle one price is $24.95 but purchase 6+ today and score your own KO at $19.95/bottle on 6+!!!

Here’s the tale of the tape.  The 2015 Bedrock “Old Vine” Zinfandel is the brainchild of burgeoning winemaker Morgan Twain-Peterson.  Bedrock Wine Co. through Morgan’s vision, is distinctly known for their work in preserving the heritage and ancient vineyards that have a storied history dating back to the late 1800’s.  The Bedrock “OV” is comprised of a unique robust combination of 90% zinfandel with the rest being petite sirah, alicante bouschet, grenache, carignan, mataro (aka mourvedre), as well as many other eclectic varietals mostly from Sonoma County.  The result is a zin that is FLAT-OUT DELICIOUS!!! 

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“Wine Spectator” 93 Points

“Rich and supple, this is an explosion of pure, decadent fruit. Floral huckleberry and Chinese five-spice powder aromas open to layered blackberry, dark chocolate and licorice flavors that linger. Drink now through 2026.”

“Wine Advocate” 90 Points

“The reds start with the 2015 Zinfandel Old Vine, which comes from many different old-vine vineyards largely based around three farms in Sonoma planted in 1888, 1896 and 1905. In addition, there is a kitchen-sink blend of other old-vine sites as well. Peterson guesses that the average age of the material in the blend is at least 80 years. The bend is 90% Zinfandel and the rest Petite Sirah, Alicante Bouschet, Grenache, Carignan, Mataro and a few other eccentric black varieties. This delicious wine shows terrific fruit, loads of steak tartare, ground pepper, black raspberry and blackberry fruits, licorice, creosote and an Amarone-like character. It is dense, full-bodied, vibrant and energized. Drink it over the next 5-6 years if you can wait that long.”