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Angry Bunch Zinfandel Lodi 2014

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Angry Bunch Zinfandel Lodi 2014

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**Angry Bunch represents a family of Zinfandels produced from superior AVAs and vineyard sites in northern California.**

Tasting Notes
Deep ruby color. Elegant notes of wild violet and rose blend with fresh blueberry, raspberry and concentrated bramble notes. Robust, concentrated fruit with a ripe texture and juicy mouthfeel blends with hints of spice and vanilla to create a powerful yet well-balanced palate. Bright acidity complements hearty tannins and provides for a lasting, complex finish.

Food Pairings
Pairs well with barbecue, grilled meats, zesty pasta, braised pork, and hearty cheeses.

Winemaker Notes
The name Angry Bunch refers to the boldly flavored style produced from burly old-vine Zinfandel. The Code of the Angry Bunch ensures that only fully ripe and ready grapes bursting with flavor become part of any Angry Bunch Zin. This wine is a blend from Lodi Ranches surrounding the Mokelumne River where some of California's oldest Zinfandel vines are farmed. Soils are diverse with primarily granite cobble deposited centuries ago from the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Cool "Delta Breezes" blanket the area during the growing season resulting in layers of ripe fruit flavors, firm acidity, and fine structure.

Vinification
Hand sorted, destemmed bunches are crushed in stainless steel tanks. Native yeast starts fermentation, supplemented with Assmanshausen yeast. Malolactic fermentation in barrel on lees. Aged 15 months in oak. 90% French, 10% American; 10% new.

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