Absolutely sumptuous, the 2014 Zinfandel Judge Bell Vineyard (planted in 1907) is another Amador County cuvée, coming in at 15.5% alcohol. This is a big, dark, full-bodied wine with expressive aromatics of sweet red, blue and black fruits, spice, a dash of pepper, a full-bodied mouthfeel, and Turley’s signature hallmark of purity and vibrant fruit nicely balanced by acidity and sweet tannin. Hedonistic, but also intellectually satisfying, this big, juicy Amador Zinfandel should drink well for 5-6 years. All told there are seven Zinfandels from Napa Valley, ranging from Atlas Peak in the south, to Howell Mountain in mid-valley, to the estate vineyard just north of St. Helena. As one might expect, all of these are remarkable Zinfandels. (RP)
Crushed rose petals, sweet red berries, mint and cinnamon meld together in the 2014 Zinfandel Judge Bell Vineyard. This is one of the more subtle, understated wines in the range, but all the elements are in the right place. Today, the Judge Bell is a bit hushed in its expression. (AG)
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