Zinfandel grapes are first believed to have come to the United States from either Albania or Greece in 1829. Whether the wine is called Zinfandel or Primitivo, our Zinfandel Blush is produced to be light and fruity.
The fruit flavor profiles can be raspberry, blackberry, boysenberry, cranberry, and black cherry. One can also note the complexity of licorice, briar, cinnamon, and black pepper.
While blush wines are often paired with lighter dishes, they also marry well with grilled or stewed meat selections. Sweet and dry versions are available.