A saturated ruby/purple color along with notes of blueberries, blackberries, minerals, and white flowers are found in the spectacular 2001 Zinfandel Moore (Earthquake) Vineyard (15.4% alcohol). Full-bodied, opulent, and voluptuous, with admirable purity, palate presence, and density, this is the type of All-American Zinfandel that Turley routinely achieves. With good underlying acidity supporting the enormous concentration and richness... (RP)
Saturated bright ruby. Crushed blackberry and licorice aromas. Silky and supple on entry, with a captivating note of white pepper, then quite dry but rich and powerful in the middle, with intense flavors of brambly mountain berries. This has the creamy amplitude of old vines without any heaviness. Finishes with huge, mounting tannins and a flavor of black cherry. (ST)
A big, ripe yet supple and harmonious red, with creamy wild berry and blackberry fruit flavors, turning to nutmeg and hazelnut, with a long, intense, firmly tannic finish that suggests short-term cellaring. (JL)
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