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Storybook Mountain Vineyards Zinfandel 2013

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    Winemaker Notes
    Black cherry, berries, hints of cola, and minerals emerge initially in the nose of this wine, soon joined by a touch of cardamom and vanilla. Focused cherry liquor and refined tannins are at the core of its flavor and structure, a central core of intensity that lingers on and on. Balanced and intense, the wine will complement heartier dishes but has the refinement to be an increasingly graceful table companion for many years to come.


    94:Wine & Spirits
    If you were to come back as a vine, Jerry Seps’s steep hillside vineyard would be a pretty tempting place to put down roots. His vineyard faces north toward Mount St. Helena and east toward the Palisades—not a house or a road in sight, only trees, meadows and craggy rocks left by the volcano. Ideally, you’d come back as a zinfandel vine. The vineyard’s cool morning sun and volcanic soils grow zin with racy energy, a sensation that’s captured beautifully in this 2013. With air, the wine transforms all of its blueberry flavor, peachy red fruit and youthful oak into something finer, opening over the course of several days toward mouthwatering flavors of fresh-picked black raspberries and bright, rustic mineral notes that seem patterned after the volcanic rock.

    90: Wilfred Wong of Wine.com
    There was never any secret that the winery's proprietor Dr. Jerry Seps wanted to produce Zinfandels that stood apart from others in the marketplace and from the beginning he has always produced "claret" style zins. The 2013 Storybook Mountain Vineyards Mayacamas Range Zinfandel is elegant, well-balanced, and refined. The wine shows red berries, sweet wood, and well-managed tannins. Drinks well now. (Tasted: October 10, 2016, San Francisco, CA)

     

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Add To Cart
$34.95
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SKU: 015624012759

Winemaker Notes
Black cherry, berries, hints of cola, and minerals emerge initially in the nose of this wine, soon joined by a touch of cardamom and vanilla. Focused cherry liquor and refined tannins are at the core of its flavor and structure, a central core of intensity that lingers on and on. Balanced and intense, the wine will complement heartier dishes but has the refinement to be an increasingly graceful table companion for many years to come.


94:Wine & Spirits
If you were to come back as a vine, Jerry Seps’s steep hillside vineyard would be a pretty tempting place to put down roots. His vineyard faces north toward Mount St. Helena and east toward the Palisades—not a house or a road in sight, only trees, meadows and craggy rocks left by the volcano. Ideally, you’d come back as a zinfandel vine. The vineyard’s cool morning sun and volcanic soils grow zin with racy energy, a sensation that’s captured beautifully in this 2013. With air, the wine transforms all of its blueberry flavor, peachy red fruit and youthful oak into something finer, opening over the course of several days toward mouthwatering flavors of fresh-picked black raspberries and bright, rustic mineral notes that seem patterned after the volcanic rock.

90: Wilfred Wong of Wine.com
There was never any secret that the winery's proprietor Dr. Jerry Seps wanted to produce Zinfandels that stood apart from others in the marketplace and from the beginning he has always produced "claret" style zins. The 2013 Storybook Mountain Vineyards Mayacamas Range Zinfandel is elegant, well-balanced, and refined. The wine shows red berries, sweet wood, and well-managed tannins. Drinks well now. (Tasted: October 10, 2016, San Francisco, CA)