Zinfandel Wine


Gary Vaynerchuk grabs 3 serious Zinfandels and sees what he can come up with. The Russian River and Pagani Ranch are on display.

9 thoughts on “Zinfandel Wine

  1. ion1984

    Berringer white Zinfandel. ya, the cheap stuff. havent drank a lot of it
    though. i drink it straight out of the bottle sometimes. maybe with a paper
    bag wrapped around it. makes the mouth happy though 😀

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  2. BoomerNavy70

    Will someone explain something to me and excuse my ignorance. I come from a
    very Italian family and I have been drinking wine since I was a kid and to
    this day I can not see why there is a red for 20 dollars and a red for 500
    dollars and I will be damned if I can taste a $480.00 difference. Is it
    just me?

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  3. BoomerNavy70

    I am glad that Gary is bringing wine to the masses just as Povarotti
    brought opera and taking all this snobbery out of it.

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  4. KipRead

    As much as Gary disliked the St. Francis Pagani Ranch, my all-time favorite
    Zin is the 1997 St. Francis Old Vines. A giant fruit bomb to be sure and
    not to everyone’s liking, but I’ve never experienced anything like it. I
    roamed all over North Texas hunting down the last cases of the stuff. It
    was a sad day when the final empty bottle was put in the recycle bin.

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  5. AryanKnight

    -Hahaaaaaaaa, -Gary doesn’t hold back, but separate wine-glasses might add
    credibility –Nevertheless, great commentary! While watching, i un-corked a
    bottle of circa-2006 LakeSonoma-Winery’s ‘Old Vine Zinfandel’ by Sani Farms
    of DryCreek-Valley Calif. (15.0%-alc.), which Grommet-chef Ron’McElroy left
    me… What a delightful sipping-experience! To modulate tasting, i opened a
    can of ‘solid-white Albacore-tuna’ (squeezed-away water), and viola, the
    most enjoyable Zin i’ve ever savored! ~Robair

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