Here is a fully resolved, old-fashioned Zinfandel that
clearly illustrates why Italian farmers first planted this
variety back in the mid-1800s throughout Amador
County. On one hand it is ripe and juicy. On the other
hand, it is rustic and country. The nose is dripping with
cherries, vanilla, cinnamon and sage. The palate is
soft and generous. All in all, this is everything one would
expect from an Amador County Zinfandel.