Wine Enthusiast Easton Wines, 2013 Easton Zinfandel Amador County
"With opulent ripe fruit flavors and plenty of tannin and acidity to back them, this is a complete, balanced and appetizing wine. It smells like blackberry with smoky, meaty accents, tastes rich and full of berries, and feels firm and tangy on the palate. It should improve through 2017. Editor's Choice" –April 2015
Wine Spectator Easton Wines, 2013 Easton Zinfandel Amador County
"A lively Zin, focused and sleek, with floral raspberry and fresh loam aromas. Vibrant flavors agilely balance bright acidity and ripe tannins, plus accents of white pepper and anise."
This is the 17th release of Easton's Amador County Zinfandel. It is consistently rated one of the top Zinfandels in its class and one of the best value Zinfandels available. It is made from grapes that grow on the estate's beautiful mountain sites with the classic, vermilion-colored Amador decomposed granite soil. The wine spends 10 months in French oak barrels.