|2013 My Zin||Retail: $30 – Club: $18|
|DATA: 77% Zinfandel/ 15% Petite Sirah / 8% Cabernet Sauvignon
A perennial fan favorite, this Coffaro classic Zin blend is showing its age well, with some bright fruit flavors up front and a long, lingering finish.
Pairs with: A classic Reuben
|2014 RaiZin||Retail: $32 – Club: $19.20|
|DATA: 77% Zinfandel / 13% Petite Sirah / 5% Lagrein / 5% Grenache
Close your eyes & breathe deeply when pouring this wine to enjoy the raisiny and sweet black fruit aromas. The RaiZin, pronounced: (Raisin) has lots of extract. It is powerful and complex with great mouthfeel. Can you say chocolate covered cherries?
Pairs with: Aged parmesan cheese drizzled with honey & balsamic
|2014 Carignan||Retail: $30 – Club: $18|
|DATA: 100% Carignan
This wine has a spry acidity with mild tannins, tons of dried cranberry and a lush, crisp taste. It has a medium body which is red-fruit forward making it the perfect food wine. Pronounced: (care-in-yahn)
Pairs with: Grilled pork –or- Pasta pomodoro
|2015 Block 4||Retail: $35 – Club: $21|
|DATA: 50% Zinfandel / 25% Petite Sirah / 5% Carignan / 5% Peloursin / 5% Syrah / 10% Other|
Catalina and Jesse call it “Legs for Days”. With unique spice complexities and beautiful viscosity, this truly iconic old vine field blend does not disappoint. It's supple & rich with tannins that mingle with dark cherry & blackberry flavors. The finish is long, pure and mouthwatering.
Pairs with: Flank steak covered in gorgonzola & blueberry-Block 4 sauce (see Recipe above)
|2014 Aglianico (16 month)||Retail: $35 – Club: $21|
|DATA: 100% Aglianico
Pronounced (Al-ee-Anico), this oh-so-drinkable Italian varietal has delicate violet aromas. Its integrated tannins, full body, and slight chalkiness show pleasant acidity while maintaining the big fruit that we are known for.
Pairs with: A ham sandwich slathered in stone ground mustard with arugula and tomato
|2013 or 2014 Lagrein (16 month)||Retail: $35 – Club: $21|
|DATA: 100% Lagrein
Enjoy the plumy, opaque color of our most dense & dark wine. Pronounced: (la-GRINE), it comes off as rustic with some leathery qualities and hints of sweet licorice. The big, bold fruit & grippy finish will make it your new favorite!
Pairs with: grilled asparagus wrapped in prosciutto