Truly a dangerously good Zin, 2007 Brazin Dry Creek is a full-bodied wine with a nose of black cherry and hints of minerality and black pepper. Bold fruit flavor carries through to the palate where it mingles with notes of cinnamon spice and toasted vanilla. Be daring in your pairings and sip alongside flavorful cuisine such as tandori chicken or sizzling Korean beef skewers.
This zin has a peppery warmth to its blueberry flavors. It's simple and fat, lightened by acidity that lends a pink grapefruit edge. Decant it for sausage and peppers.
Brazin is where old and new worlds collide. Lodi, one of the oldest California wine growing regions, is now home to some of the newest wine making technology. The result is a Zinfandel that is so bold, so intense, that it is dangerously good.
(B)Old Vine Zin or Dangerously Good