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Michael David 7 Deadly Zins 750ml 2011
Sku: 23928
Supple pepper and licorice-clove notes, brambly blackberries and cherries. The finish is clean with hints of rich vanilla, cocoa, and mild tannins. Try with chili or peppered sirloin.
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Critics Ratings:   (1)
Product Information
Country: United States
Region: California
Sub-Region: Central Valley
Appellation: Lodi
Grape Varietal: Zinfandel
Type: Still wine
Reg. $19.54
On Sale $16.99
Buy Michael David 7 Deadly Zins
Wine Advocate 88 points - The 2010 and 2011 7 Deadly Zins are both 100% Zinfandels that spent 11 months in American oak with a production of a staggering 300,000 cases While I thought the 2010 would be the best wine (based on what I knew about the vintages), in fact, the spicy 2011 7 Deadly Zins is better. Fuller and richer with more texture and deeper fruit, it reveals hints of tapenade, new saddle leather, black cherries and black currants. It offers a lot of flavor for its price. (Aug 2013)

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Supple pepper and licorice-clove notes, brambly blackberries and cherries. The finish is clean with hints of rich vanilla, cocoa, and mild tannins. Try with chili or peppered sirloin.
Producer
“Michael” and “David” are Michael and David Phillips, two brothers whose family has farmed in the Lodi region since the 1850’s, cultivating wine grapes for nearly a century.Today Michael David Winery has extended itself to the 6th generation of grape growers in the family, with Kevin Phillips and Melissa Phillips Stroud now joining the family business. The family continues to emphasize the importance of quality wines with unique and eye catching labels.Farming with future generations in mind, Michael David Winery has adopted some of the most progressive sustainable farming practices in the state. All 750 acres of the family’s vineyards are third party certified and the states first per ton bonus was issued for contracted growers to follow in the family’s foot steps. Starting with the 2011 vintage 100% the Lodi grown fruit crushed at Michael David winery was certified sustainable.