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Cinderella Wine says: Product Details:
This is for a full size bottle!! 750 ml (Please note, when you click the searcher link, the first few listings you see are for half bottles) - We are offering the full 750 ml bottle

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The Lytton Springs is from Sonoma County in California. The blend is 80% Zinfandel, 16% Petite Sirah, and 4% Carignane.
Please Note it may take 24-48 hours for your order to be put together for store pickup. You'll get an email when it's ready for pick up.
Rating: 92 Pts Josh Raynolds - International Wine CellarSize:750ML
Region: California Country:United States
Varietals: Not Available ABV:N/A

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92 Pts Josh Raynolds - International Wine Cellar

"Deep ruby-red. Vivid red and dark berry aromas are complemented by dusty floral and mineral notes, with a suave rose quality gaining power with air. Deep cassis and bitter cherry flavors are energized by tangy minerality, picking up exotic floral pastille and candied licorice nuances on the back end. Smooth and sweet, with fine-grained tannins and a long, sappy finish. This is balanced to reward at least another five to seven years of patience." -92 points- Josh Raynolds- International Wine Cellar

"After long, hard rains in March, budbreak came by mid-April. In late July, extreme temperatures sunburned the west-facing blocks. These are planted predominantly to petite sirah, which took the highest loss. Veraison was late, and light rains further slowed maturation. We thinned the damaged clusters, and harvested the remaining fruit, fully ripe, between mid-September and mid-October. As tannin developed, we reduced pumpovers, and pressed at dryness on day nine. After a natural malolactic, twenty of the thirty-four blocks were selected for the 2006. This classic Lytton Springs was barrel aged for a full fifteen months. Approachable now, it has the structure to be cellared and enjoyed over the next ten years." -Winery

This wine scored 88 points from the Wine Spectator. Also, it received a median of 89 points on Cellar Tracker. See the reviews here: http://www.cellartracker.com//wine.asp?iWine=550245


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"Deep ruby-red. Vivid red and dark berry aromas are complemented by dusty floral and mineral notes, with a suave rose quality gaining power with air. Deep cassis and bitter cherry flavors are energized by tangy minerality, picking up exotic floral pastille and candied licorice nuances on the back end. Smooth and sweet, with fine-grained tannins and a long, sappy finish. This is balanced to reward at least another five to seven years of patience." -92 points- Josh Raynolds- International Wine Cellar

"After long, hard rains in March, budbreak came by mid-April. In late July, extreme temperatures sunburned the west-facing blocks. These are planted predominantly to petite sirah, which took the highest loss. Veraison was late, and light rains further slowed maturation. We thinned the damaged clusters, and harvested the remaining fruit, fully ripe, between mid-September and mid-October. As tannin developed, we reduced pumpovers, and pressed at dryness on day nine. After a natural malolactic, twenty of the thirty-four blocks were selected for the 2006. This classic Lytton Springs was barrel aged for a full fifteen months. Approachable now, it has the structure to be cellared and enjoyed over the next ten years." -Winery

This wine scored 88 points from the Wine Spectator. Also, it received a median of 89 points on Cellar Tracker. See the reviews here: http://www.cellartracker.com//wine.asp?iWine=550245