The debut release from a new terroir, the 2000 Zinfandel Mead Ranch Atlas Peak exhibits an intriguing higher altitude note of jammy raspberries intermixed with floral scents. As the wine sits in the glass, interesting Amarone-like characteristics jump out. This full-bodied, earthy, chewy, and rich wine is a superb effort from an organically farmed vineyard planted in red volcanic soil. The alcohol is a whopping 15.7%, and there are 500 cases of this blockbuster Zinfandel. (RP)
(from a 1905 planting at an altitude of 1,600 feet) Bright deep red. Rather reticent aromas of tobacco leaf, pepper, herbs and charred oak. Offers good intensity and supple texture, but the red berry and spice flavors seem only moderately developed. Finishes with dusty tannins. (ST)
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