This Zinfandel has the best of both sides of the valley. Ripe, dark fruit flavors and aromas of plum and jam originate from the warm Bruschera Vineyard, while the cooler Cassata imparts fresh raspberry, strawberry, and a hint of white pepper.
Joaquin’s Inferno headlines amazing chocolate, black tea and coffee aromas, while black pepper and smoky notes compete for attention. Flavors of black cherry, vanilla and cedar open on the palate, with a nice toast nuance from oak aging. This wine’s aromas are constantly changing; it’s dynamic and alive with a round, wide entry.