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Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: Hartford’s 2011 Zinfandel has lovely balance and inner perfume. Dark red cherries, plums, tobacco and new leather burst from the glass in an expressive, nuanced wine best suit...
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: A wine of considerable muscle and depth, the 2011 Zinfandel Highwire Vineyard stands apart for its plushness and richness. Layers of dark, floral-infused red/black hued fruit ...
Wine Spectator: Tart and lively, with notes of plum, mint and mineral. Shows good structure but tightly wound. Best from 2014 through 2019. –TF
Wine Enthusiast: This epitomizes Dry Creek Valley Zinfandel. It's dry, briary and brambly, with wild berry, cola and crisped bacon flavors. It's incredibly spicy, offering everything from blac...
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: The 2010 Zinfandel Rockpile bursts from the glass with racy red raspberries, flowers, mint, cinnamon and sweet tobacco. The Rockpile is one of the more feminine, sensual wines...
Wine Spectator: Dense but rich and fleshy, showing bold black currant, crushed pepper and toasty vanilla aromas, with complex black cherry, mineral and black olive flavors that are wrapped ...
Wine Spectator: This shows a distinctive sense of place, featuring aromas of huckleberry and fresh underbrush, as well as complex, potent flavors of berry cobbler, minerals and roasted sage. ...
Wine Spectator: Focused and well-structured, with loamy cherry aromas and dense, briary raspberry, roasted sage and cracked pepper flavors. Drink now through 2017. 900 cases made. -TF
Connoisseurs' Guide: For the most part, this deep and generous wine is very much keyed on the berrylike fruit of Zinfandel, but it comes with a nice measure of complementary sweet oak, and its Cab...