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Rosa-Lucca 2014 Zinfandel | Double Gold Winner SF Chronicle

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"Grandpa's Field"  2014 Zinfandel
Soft and smooth with berry fruits and hints of pepper and spice.


 


AROMA: Black cherry, spice, subtle oak.
PALATE: Ripe blackberries, spice, black pepper
ESTATE GROWN: ABV 14.5%
DOUBLE GOLD MEDAL WINNER San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, 2018



 



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    Rosa_Lucca EstatesDid you know? When a wine get’s judged Gold across the board by all judges it get’s Double Gold. Then, the winner of all Double Golds gets judged and the winner of that, gets Best Of Class! An amazing honor for a wine.

     

    "Grandpa's Field"  2014 Zinfandel Best of Class SF Chronicle
    Soft and smooth with berry fruits and hints of pepper and spice.

    The Story of Grandpa's Field:
    A cowboy, a rancher, a veteran, and above all, a family man. He loved people, never knew a stranger, and above all adored life.

    Grandpa Ernie craved working, and most days saddled up his horse, (actually a tractor named bambino), and worked lovingly in his field of choice - the zin vines. But the job he loved the most was working alongside his beloved wife Nancy, and raising their three sons. With love and respect we honor him with the fruits of his tireless labor.

    Enjoy as Grandpa would have: with a choice NY steak, baked potato with butter and sour cream, and broccoli just for show!

    AROMA: Black cherry, spice, subtle oak.
    PALATE: Ripe blackberries, spice, black pepper
    ESTATE GROWN: ABV 14.5%
    DOUBLE GOLD MEDAL WINNER San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, 2018
    BEST OF CLASS MEDAL WINNER San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, 2018


    VINEYARD MANAGEMENT TODAY:  Meyers Ranch Vineyard Management
    We use best management practices for sustainable farming. Cover crops, soil amends, and fertilizers help to rejuvenate the soil. Drip irrigation and underground water monitors help to minimize and regulate water use. Regular visual inspections for erosion control, with special attention to identifying beneficial bugs, birds, and insects are managed and maintained. Crop loads are assessed each season and fruit is thinned as necessary. As they say— great wine starts in the vineyard!