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The Bulletin Zinfandel Rose

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Product Information

Country
USA
Region
California
Grape Variety
Zinfandel
Vintage
NV
ABV
10.0%
Closure
Screw Cap
Bottle Size
75cl

Description

Plenty of raspberry and watermelon fruit flavours. Juicy and light, it has a refreshing bright acidity on the finish. A typically blackberry / cherry fruit dominated nose, is matched on the palate by ripe fruit very much to the fore with just enough supporting acidity to create a sound balance, a very approachable wine.

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The Bulletin Zinfandel Rose

The Bulletin Zinfandel Rose has plenty of raspberry and watermelon fruit flavours, juicy and light, it has a refreshing bright acidity on the finish.

The Bulletin Zinfandel Rose has a typically blackberry / cherry fruit dominated nose, is matched on the palate by ripe fruit very much to the fore with just enough supporting acidity to create a sound balance, a very approachable wine.

In sunny California, The Bulletin produces fantastic smooth, easy-drinking wines that are full of flavour - and you can enjoy them without breaking the bank - a light refreshing summer classic with lots of flavour!

Zinfandel (or "Zin", as it is affectionately known in the United States) is a dark-skinned red wine grape variety widely cultivated in California.

It arrived in the Americas from Europe in the early years of the 19th Century, and was an immediate success in both Napa and Sonoma counties, which remain its strongholds today.

After 30 years of discussion and disagreements (including legal intervention by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms), DNA research carried out in California in the 1990s confirmed that Zinfandel is identical to Italy's Primitivo. But although this research closed the debate over whether Zinfandel is Primitivo

Region

  • USA
  • > California
  • California is the largest and most important wine region in the United States. Occupying the southern two-thirds of the country's west coast (Oregon andWashington make up the rest), it spans almost ten degrees of latitude and 850 miles (1370km) of coastline. With mountains, valleys, plains and plateaux, the state's topography is as complex as its climate, offering winegrowers a bewildering choice of terroir.

    Although Californian wines rose to global renown only in the past few decades (notably after the Paris Judgment of 1976), the state's viticultural history dates back more than 200 years. The fi...more

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