Loaded with sweet black currant, plum, and raspberry fruit is the dark ruby-colored 2003 Zinfandel Mead Ranch (a medium to full-bodied, 400-case cuvee with 16.5% alcohol grown on a mountaintop vineyard). Bluer, blacker fruits make an appearance, but what I liked about the wine was its purity and fruit-driven character, with less spice and more of the fruit spectrum represented. Its suppleness and opulence should allow it to age nicely for 5-6 years if not longer. (RP)
Deep red-ruby. Peppery red berries with hints of exotic fruits on the nose. Briary blackberry flavor complicated by minerals and flint. A structured, firm wine with a very restrained sweetness. This should be even more interesting in three or four years. (ST)
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