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>The 2009 Robert Biale R W Moore Zinfandel is 100% Zinfandel from Napa Valley in California and the ABV is 15.5%. The 2006 Bradford Mountain Dry Creek Zinfandel is 100% ZInfandel from Dry Creek Valley in California and the ABV is 14.5%.
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2009 Robert Biale R W Moore Zinfandel
"Loaded with blueberry and huckleberry fruit, this offers accents of toasty vanilla and brown spice. The flavors are rich and ripe but balanced, and the tannins bring a note of fresh pepper. Drink now through 2016." 91 Points - Wine Spectator
"The Biale family, immigrants from Northern Italy, began growing grapes in Napa in the 1930âs â Zinfandel only. Zinfandel, Californiaâs adopted grape, was widely planted by immigrants throughout the Stateâs history as a highly flavorful red grape well-suited for the climate. Each harvest, the Bialeâs fruit was routinely sold for bulk wine. For decades before the global demand for Napa Valley wine, one winery, the Napa Valley Co-Op winery, processed almost half of Napaâs grapes. Before big companies moved in, most of Napaâs fruit was grown by local farmers like the Biales. In fact, prunes and walnuts were as valuable as grapes in those days, and the Biale farm produced its share along with eggs and vegetables."
"Committed to the tradition of farming grapes, the Biales decided in 1991 to form a partnership with the goal of producing a world-class wine from the oldest Zinfandel vines on the ranch. The team: Al Perry, winemaking; Dave Pramuk, Marketing; Aldo and Bob Biale farming. The wine, named after longtime farmer Aldo Biale, was called âAldoâs Vineyardâ.
The inaugural wine was a quantity of 400 cases produced from about 8 acres of 60-year-old vines. Now, twelve years later, Biale is recognized internationally as being among Californiaâs very finest producers of Zinfandel.
"Today, a family of wines of distinctly different personalities is produced, with the goal of capturing the ultimate expressions of their sites. Each wine is vineyard designated only in years when it is outstanding. Wines not grown on the Biale ranch are from grapes grown through farming contracts with small independent growers in Napa, Sonoma, Lodi and Contra Costa. In several cases, vineyards are parcels adjacent to the ownerâs home. This involves the Biale/Perry tandem going beyond the normal âtons per acreâ agreements to the extent of specifying farming techniques on each site and working personally with the growers to do the careful handwork necessary to ensure uniformly ripe and mature bunches of grapes. Good wines are made but great wines are grown."
"Bialeâs richness, refinement, elegance and balance make the wines a memorable experience with a diverse range of food. And while the wines will age gracefully, Zinfandel is one of the best wines for drinking young."
This wine was also scored 88 points by the International Wine Cellar.
2006 Bradford Mountain Dry Creek Zinfandel
"This blends fruit from Goat Trek Vineyard and the higher elevations at Grist Vineyard on Bradford Mountain, a combination that creates a bright, sunny zin with red fruit and spice. The fresh flavors have a lively red apple and cherry character; the tannins have a red fruit-skin flavor, along with a blast of earthiness. It's delicious and ready to decant for any spicy sausages, whether turkey or morcilla." 93 Points - Wine & Spirits
"From high upon our mountain plateau we create limited-production, hand-crafted Zinfandel and Syrah from our organically-farmed Grist Vineyard. The Mountain atmosphere, coastal air and rugged, red volcanic soil helps us to make rich bold wines."
"We produce small lots of Dry Creek Valley Zinfandel and Syrah with a focus on our organically farmed, mountain top, Grist Vineyard. Our annual case production is 3000 cases." -Winery
DRY CREEK VALLEY:
"Wine and grape growing in Dry Creek Valley have long been an endeavor of its inhabitants. Two important phases in the history of Dry Creek Valley are of interest here: the pioneers who settled the area in the mid-1850âs and the innovators who came along one hundred years later to rekindle the heritage that is Dry Creek Valley."
"From an 1879 history of Sonoma County comes a description of the Valley:
It lies to the north of Healdsburg and west of the Russian River, is about sixteen miles long and two broad, and is without peer in the production of wheat, corn and staple products while the hill land on its border produces all kinds of fruit, being especially adapted to grape culture.
Dry Creek Valley, interestingly enough, became just that--especially adapted to grape culture. Again and again throughout the descriptions from the early days, this place was destined to become a prime wine and grape growing valley." -Winegrowers of Dry Creek Valley
This wine was also scored 87 Points by the Wine Spectator.