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Frog's Leap Zinfandel 750ml 2013
Sku: 8356
Rich and elegant, a beauty of great color with lush fruit and a silky smooth, balanced flavor. An ultimately drinkable wine with rich beef and pork or vegetable-based meals.
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Product Information
Country: United States
Region: California
Sub-Region: Napa County
Appellation: Napa Valley
Grape Varietal: Zinfandel
Type: Still wine
Reg. $29.89
On Sale $25.99
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Vinous 91 points - The 2013 Zinfandel is noticeably intense in this vintage. The flavors are bold, dark and incisive, yet the 2013 retains a classic, mid-weight feel and overall sense of structure. Dried cherry, tobacco, cedar and earthy notes abound. The 2013 is a bit rustic and rough around the edges.  (Oct 2015)

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Rich and elegant, a beauty of great color with lush fruit and a silky smooth, balanced flavor. An ultimately drinkable wine with rich beef and pork or vegetable-based meals.
Wine maker notes
Delightful aromas of summer-berry conserve combined with a touch of spice and fresh fruit flavors. A Zinfandel that draws its power from sophistication instead of raw alcohol content. Made in the classic field blend style including significant portions of Petite Sirah and Carignan.

Producer
Believing that a grapevine should be grown in healthy soil that supports all the nutrient needs of the plant, Frog’s Leap has been farming organically since 1988. We also believe that most of the great and historic wines of the world have been made from non-irrigated grapevines, and to that end Frog’s Leap farms all of its vineyards without irrigation. We adhere to the premise that the greatest wines are those that most truly reflect their soil, climate and circumstance (collectively referred to as “terroir”), and that it is the winemaker’s role to simply stand back and let the natural beauty of the grapes show through. We don’t make great wine, we grow it.