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1A variety of wine grape grown in California.
- ‘We can grow the best Zinfandel grapes in the world.’
- ‘The fog-filled Russian River Valley is made up of 11,000 acres devoted heavily to Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Zinfandel.’
- ‘A multitude of new varieties of grape, such as Tinto Baroco, Syrah and even Zinfandel have been planted and there is wild experimentation everywhere, particularly outside well-established wine regions such as Stellenbosch.’
- ‘Ted Seghesio, above, head winemaker at Seghesio Family Vineyards in Healdsburg, California, checks some of his Zinfandel vines in one of the wineries.’
- ‘It saved the Zinfandel grape variety, which makes an outstanding red.’
- ‘Fitzpatrick's rarest wine, called Tir Na Nog, is a robust blend of Nebbiolo, Sangiovese, and Zinfandel.’
- ‘Back home after spending a month with farmers in Paris, Nathe and friends converted part of their table grape cultivation to wine varieties like Zinfandel, Sauvignon Blanc and Chenin Blanc.’
- ‘And after spending time in the area to treat his rheumatism, the great pianist and Polish freedom fighter Ignacy Jan Paderewski bought a ranch here and planted acres of Zinfandel and Petite Sirah grapes.’
- ‘Prices for multi-purpose grapes have fallen sharply as Americans have shifted to varietal wines made from Merlot, Cabernet, Zinfandel, or Chardonnay grapes.’
- ‘Finally, on to an almost exclusively Californian grape, Zinfandel.’
- ‘Of all the red grape varieties, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Zinfandel are the most recognized.’
- ‘It is genetically linked to an Italian variety called Primotivo, and possibly the first Zinfandel grapes were a mutation of this old world wine.’
- ‘Perhaps not all Southern Italian grapes would enjoy the kind of success Zinfandel has, but it does pose the question: why don't we see more Southern Italian grapes planted abroad?’
- ‘Last December, researchers at the University of California at Davis determined that Zinfandel is the same as the Croatian grape Crljenak kastelanski.’
- ‘A winning blend of Carignane, Mourvedre, Grenache, and Zinfandel, with bright, fresh blueberry and blackberry flavors and a rustic edge of tannin.’
- ‘And the large proportion of Grenache and Zinfandel grapes need slower maturation, thus reaching higher sugar levels that turn on fermentation into alcohol.’
- ‘Although Petite Sirah has been valued as a relatively tannic, well-coloured blending partner for blowsier Zinfandels, it has been somewhat eclipsed by the fashionable true French Syrah.’
- ‘The mainly American Zinfandel grape comes in many styles but few meatier than this classic from California's Sonoma region and winemaker Joel Peterson.’
- ‘Big-flavor varietals such as Zinfandel and Syrah will attain stardom in the wine world.’
- 1.1 A red or blush dry wine made from the Zinfandel grape.
- ‘A ripe Australian Shiraz or Californian Zinfandel might be described as beefy.’
- ‘Tim from Winecast tasted a 2002 Old Vine Zinfandel from California and a 1998 Banyuls (M. Chapoutier).’
- ‘And next to him not a glass of wine, not a bottle or carafe, but a great California jug of Zinfandel from the Napa Valley.’
- ‘‘I was going up to the Napa Valley every few weeks directly to the wineries to buy Zinfandel, a varietal not much known then, and Moscato Amabile, because that was the only way we could get it,’ says Mindel.’
- ‘A spicy, smoky Zinfandel with hints of blackberry and cherry preserves.’
- ‘A Californian Zinfandel or Australian Shiraz, or even a well-made sparkling wine, would be much more suitable.’
- ‘Depending on what you serve with your tomato dish, try drinking a Chardonnay, a Fume Blanc, a Chenin Blanc, a Zinfandel or a Syrah.’
- ‘Among Californian wines there are good Chardonnay, Merlot, Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir.’
- ‘In 2003, Carlisle produced 3,500 cases, and esteemed wine critic Robert M. Parker Jr. described the winery's Zinfandels as ‘magnificent,’ ‘prodigious,’ and ‘compelling.’’
- ‘Ripe, rich, and full of berries, this is the kind of wine that ensures Zinfandel its cult following.’
- ‘We went for a bottle of Geyser Peak Zinfandel 2000 from Sonoma County, California for €50.’
- ‘That's why I prefer a sweet, smooth, rounded ruby port wine with chocolate, rather than a bracingly intense wine, like Cabernet or Zinfandel.’
- ‘Popular choices on the menu include the Pomegranate Martini, Thin Mint Cocktail and Ridge 3 Valley Zinfandel.’
- ‘Royal Cliff Wine Club members were treated to two types of Zinfandel, a Shiraz, a Sauvignon and two varieties of Bordeaux wines with differing percentages of the Merlot grape, all presented by the Perithai Company.’
- ‘The grandest of the events is in January in San Francisco, where more than 7,000 wine lovers show up to taste virtually every Zinfandel made, in an atmosphere of madcap fun.’
- ‘The wines on the day were Louis Latour, Chablis and Woodbridge Zinfandel.’
- ‘A full-bodied, but not over-the-top, Zinfandel or Shiraz works well with this fish.’
- ‘Some of its memorable wines portray that diversity: Zinfandel, Gewürztraminer, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Cabernet Sauvignon.’
- ‘Don't serve a Zinfandel, any Zinfandel, with sushi, unless you want to really clean your palate.’
- ‘Dry Reds (Merlot, Zinfandel, Pinot Noir, Syrah and Cabernets) add tartness to food.’
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